The Decatur Herald from Decatur, Illinois on February 26, 1952 · Page 15
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DECATUR HERALD Decatur, THinoin, Tiir?riay, February 26, 1952. CLASSIFIED ADS IS Ths Decatur Heraid KA1E8 BY MAIL Id rtadlng Area Oally and Sunna? Daily except Sunday I year III 00 I fear $9 M 6 months 6 00 6 mnnint 5 00 3 montbs 3.35 3 months 3 75 1 montb 1.35 1 month I. Is 1 week Ji 1 week JO Sunday Only One Vear la 00 Outside ol trading Area Oa:!a and Sundav Dallv except Sunday 1 rear 118 00 ) rear 113 00 6 months .75 months IJtS 3 months S.3S 3 months 3 75 1 month 3-35 I month 1.50 1 veek .60 I week 40 18 1 HOMS MAINTENANCE. 110 Job too small Bob's HandyMan Service. 2-3132. INCOME -TAX returns prepared. Government experience. Earl F. Myers, 1455 W. Main. 2-1849. INCOME TAX assistance. Evening appointments. Reasonable. V. Syfert, Ph. 6112. INCOMe'taX forms completed VlrgiFD. Mlicham. 1017 N. Water. 5493. INCOME tax returns prepared. 1036 N INCOMt TAX service. B. A. Shehan. Of- " Mantle .8. Residence 29-645. INCOME TAX SERVICE:' Harold f. Paine. 158 E. Mam. Phone 2-798. Ki:vs3,ade - LTcktmitirchaeTn.r. - KT, ghop 359 N. East Ave. 3-2311; 8-1014. PAINTING, decorating. wall washing, Reasonable. Free estimates. 3-0779. PAINTING, cleaning, paperhanging, wall aas.iniB. steaming, reasonable. Beall 4527. . --. . -tt- 1 PAINTING, decorating and wall washing. Experienced. Phone 2-1062jJ3-ol9. PAINTING, paperhanging, steaming. cleaning Immediate service. Insured work- men. Duncan Decorating. 2-8794: 3-8406. painting, carpentry, guttering. fiuere- p, r' remodeling. Guaranteed. Insured. Richardson. 3-7396. PAPERING, pamtmg. general cleaning r bit priftrs, c-iono. oyicrt. PAPER 'HANGING and steaming. Paper for sale. Christian. 3-8435. Business Service Cattle Breeders' Dinner March 6 The Illinois Shorthorn Breeders' association will have its annual "get-together dinner" March 6 in Bloom-ington, J. Everett Brown, Blue Mound, association president, said i , 1 ' I yesteraav. The dinner will be at 7 p. m. in the Illinois hotel with James C. Ewell, owner of Ringwell Farm, Ringwcll Farm, Ringwood, as master of ceremonies. A spring show and sale of purebred scotch shorthorn cattle will be held at 9 a. m March 7 at the ' Illinois Normal university farm, ! rVrtrmai ' ' iuiin,ii. Dinner ,ran,'nnr , lJ made through II. G. Russell, asso- ciation secretary, 329 Mumford hall, University of Illinois, Urbana. LAND USE COUNCIL MEETING IS MARCH 11 Next meeting of the Last Central Land Use council has been chanced "1 HOUSE TRAILER, 1949 Columbia Bel-Al-e 24 aluminum. Completely refimshrd Jnterloi. C1600. 2312 E. Division. 3-0977. OLDSMOBILE Compare These Values 1942 CHEVROLET 2-door. Clean 1948 FORD V-8 Deluxe tudor. Radio I and heater. Clean $ 945 i I '94S AllYth?,x""a?elU,t C'Ub C0UPe' .45 All ine extras 3 945 1949 OLDSMOBILE 4-door. Hvdra- malic, Whitehall tires. Clean 315451 a. r,cwnrTt . ... . . f 1949 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-door. Rocket motor, fully equipped $1675 HK 1 19-.0 CHEVROLET Fleetline 2-door. i Power-glide, whitewall tires $1545 1 1950 OLDSMOBILE "88" 4-door. Rocket motor. Low mileage $1895 ion rt rvsMnmr p "aa" n.n,. 1 19a0 OLDSMOBII.E 98 Deluxe 4- mileage, )ike new $2250 ' 1951 VOAD V-8 Victoria 7000 miles. A. tie extras. See this one S1905 Long Trad Convenient Terms COOPER OLDSMOBILE CO. "25 Years Your OMsmobilc Dealer" 340-60 N. uroadnay Phone 5423 PARTS for Diamond T and Federal trucks. Hercules motor parts. Authorized Federal and Diamond T sales and service. Glatz Truck Service. 1304 E. Eldorado. PARTS SERVICE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OPEN IIL I 00 A. M. DAILY Kilborn's 24-Hr. Garage 235 W. WOOD PH. 5187 RIGHT NOW 40 of the best look inc. hrst runnine usd cars in the country. Check our low finance rates. W. C. Starr, Inc. Automotive I PAPERHANOING samples shown. Steam- I unncrvcmtD r - rr ing. Interior painting Carpenter repair. H,"b,EK.En5P,,,,.ou' y"" uo:d' Steamers rented. 5922 Evenings 2-3912. ,nd Rv)e g"' Box bK' Ht" PAPLR HANGING: Paper cleaning. Paint- fmirvr-Tm '. : r, l.,g,Work,uarn,eed3:o:6?08 ,7d,S.J"p PAPERHANGING: Work guaranteed. J. F.I fications and give references. Box 633 CoieCall 9878 i Herald Revie-. PAPtRIIANGING. cleaning pamtlng. work SECRETARY for real estate office. Nice Automotive 11 1 Coffey Auto Mkt. 43 Used Cars. $75 to 32j90 Manv guaranteed, many sold withiut down payment. New 1952 Crosley station wagjns In stock. AUTHORIZED CROSLEY DEALER 529 E. NORTH DECATUR. ILL. Evans & Marquand QUALITY USED CARS 1950 Studebaker Commander Club Coupe, fully equipped, extra clean, a bargain 31645 Others to choose from 431 E. NORTH PH. 3-6413 Ford TRUCK BARGAIN 1951 FORD F-3 ?-ton express. Very good. Only 115. John RechHn - Dick Hupp Inc. Ford Dealer 385 E. Prairie GET READY for Spring driving. Install U. S. Nylon Life Tubes, the best investment you can make to "Save Your Life ' Smith Tire Co.. 257 W. Main. GOOD. CLEAN used cars, late and older mode's. K C's Used Cars, 744 E. Prairie. Open Sunday. HEY DREAMER! COME DOWN TO EARTH. Park your car in our lot. Wa'k into our big, warm showroom and look over the biggest bunch of really exceptionally one-owner cars you ever saw. You tust can't beat 'em a'lywhere. They're beautiful, dependable and on our easy payments, just most sny'ody can afford them. Save your pennies at TENNEY'S Decatur" Golden Rule Dealer Since 002 437 N. Broadway. Open Nights and Sun. HOUSE TRAILERS l4f 2S ft McComb. Electric refrigerator. ' uu lie aa muic, nut aa.ct niaiti, from March 4 to Ma'ch 11 II R lSM.',TH Mr ndr Mri, J5se 7?7 WtAl ironi iiarcn t ro 11, II. I... willian. a son. Feb. 23. In D. & M. C. i Bceson, Decatur,' council executive ! SNELSON. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger. 421 Chrysler-riyrrouth N Main at William Cn srnlcc on a call to 4391. for Ben-Decatur s Oloe.-t'hip dlx r.pslr No deiRys no Ulshmgs mls5.d . ! when you call us. Free , appraisal and secretary, said yesterday. The meeting will be at 10 a.m. in the Dcwitt County Farm Bureau building, Clinton. The program will include election of officers, a report on the National Association of Soil Conservation Districts meeting in Cleveland, Ohio, and a "workshop" for district directors. The council is composed of soil conservation district directors from Macon, Piatt, Dcwitt, Champaign, Ford, Moultrie and McLc3n counties. Present officers arc: Present officers arc: J. C. Hostctlcr, Decatur, chair-1 I ' ! 1 Icrman Jack, Farmer Citv, vice i ' : cnairman, ! CharlcS Britt, Ouden. secretary; , , . . " I larry Becson, Decatur, executive secretary. FflR MPR TOWMnMIP T.I FBK Crl niPC .hi r-Untll tfTnH OU, UIU 111 unetntMIWIl, I I 1 L,.U T - I I I V.1MIUMUII. I III. J 11.111 f f i t c c ir i Walter L. bcott, br.f 6(), who for 16 vcars was Charleston town- shin citrk and who had been as- . 1 r. 1 . r 1 11 it- S'siant lire cnicr ncre. ciicci at 1:33 p. m. today in his home. I fc also had been an emplovc in the mechanical department of The Dailv Courier newspaper plant ' all here. t He leaves his mother. Mrs. Lillie I I ' S4I0 30 down. $44 62 month. 1 li0 Nash Siateman sedan. Over- 1S4S 25 ft. M System. Electric refrigerator. ' d.ive. $1385 ho. aater heater. 483 dotrn. S50 28 mo , 1848 Nash Ambassador sedan. Over-1846 28 ft. Duo Tandem, new 8 It. elec- radio. $1480 guaranterd. Hudson. 2-5777; 2-7820 PAPERHANGING: Free estimate No ait- Ing. Jack Mendenall. 7600. PIANO TUNING, repairing bv experienced technicians. Call 4437, Emerson's, 143 N. Main. PLASTERING, patches, large or small. Dependable. J. J. Swartz Co. 3-3445. PLASTERINO: All kinds Immediate serv-! ice. Free estimate. Guaranteed. 8-2083. ROOFING and siding. Reasonable. All work guaranteed. Good quality materials. Call 3-fe'!yl. ROOFING and siding. U1 F H A. Guar-ar.teea. Fr estimatesRichardson. 3-7396. STEAMING, Immediate service. Free estimates. Mendenall. 7600. BROKLN" plastic eye class frames repaired. 2. Prompt return. Mail to Al's, 1 00 Vi . Vain. Decatur. DO YOU KNOW "mhat time it Is?" Bring your watch to Bee & Cee, 658 . Eldorado. Open till 8 p. m. daily. FAST SERVICE on keys, safe locks our specialty. Call us for any problems you hae. BottsaM NWaer. FEATHtRS Renovated: Made Into mat- tre.'aes or pillows. Free pickup. Call Crowe. 8350. Ycu Can Always Depend expert service. That's 4391, Block A: K ihl 6 EXPERT servicemen to serve you at Clsrs s All the more reason to buy youl I appliances at Clark's to make sure you car itt good service on your purchase il you need it in the years to come. Phone 3-7744 fot prompt courteous service on any maxe eppliance. 248-50 N. Park. Help Wanted Male, Female 32 ACC O U N T I NO-C L E RKY oil n g woman for position with downtown Decatur lirm. W'ork consists of invoice checking, as well as Invoice preparation: some cash receipts record handling. Must be able to type and be accurate with figures. Replv by letter to Box 641 Herald-Keview. lnrecord of education and experience.. BODY and fender repair man. Plenty of work. Excellent equipment. Good pay. Nolen Motor Sales. Lmcoin-Mercnry, 241 V, . V, COQ. BODY MAN wanted on 5050 basis Perfect working conditions. Gorden Motor Sales. Ford Garage. Assun.ption. 111. CAR WASHER, wanted. PrlTts BrosS. Mam and Wood. CASHIER wanted. Apply in person Avon theatre aft-r 3 p tn. CURB BOYS, over 16. day and night. Apply in person. Tick Tock. 540 N. Main. BOEING HAS A BIG JOB TO DO FOR AMERICA Fuf.rt'.ne B-47's BoemR-Wiehlta in these takes lots of mar.oower. needs men immediately CRITICAL OPENINGS FLIGHT SERVICE MECHANICS Wirlc of a tt-neral A V E raturf Com-pt-np final pickup prior to prffhpht (Minimum 2 years experiencf ) INSPECTORS Pre-Fhcht 'Fmal Assembly Toolinc "Ectronic5 Acces)rv Equipment "Sheet Metal A.-5.embly lAt leat I year ln any of these, t TOOLING M.CHINISTS Encine Lathe and Milllns Machine opera - loTS Help Wanted Male. Female 32 DRAFTSMEN EXPERIENCED Openlrjs lor men with Tool Design x-perlence, as veil as regular layout and detail drafting. Group Insurance Pension Plan Cafeteria Pleasant Surroundings Write Office Manager Eureka Williams CORPORATION Bloomington, Illinois appearance. References needed. Inquir ies confidential. Box 643. Herald-Review. WAITRESS, experienced, neat appearing. Apply In person. Ten Pin cafe. 1234 W. Eldorado. WAITRESS, experience not necessary. Apply in person 801 N. Jasper. BUSINESS MAN: Widower, wants lady to keep house and to prepare meals In nice wesi ena nome. Applications will be con-sierd on y if good references are fur- nished. Box 624. Herald-Review. DRESSING TABLE operator, to work 5 p r.. to 1 a. m. 6 nlehts week. $30 week to start. Call In person. 6teak & Shake. 820 N. Main. EXPERIENCED painter wanted, plenty of work available 2-6566. EXPERIENCED, married man for farm work. House with electricity. Can use son part time. Boa 634 Herald-Review. FARM MAN WANTED: A young ambitious man with small family, experienced with Livestock and General Farmlnt. 1 have to offer to one that will qualify a good home close to Sullivan, with Uie usual extras, along with a top Salary for such services. Position open March 1st. and If interested call or contact, Guy S. Little. Suliivan. 111. IMMEDIATE OPENING! Youni woman. 20 to 35. for library and dispatch work. Hich school graduate. Tvpmic required. 5-day week, good sal-ar.-. Driver's license necessary. Call Mrs. White S151. for Interview. Immediate Opening FOR UNUSUAL WOMAN WITH OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY, GOOD EDUCATION AND AMBITION. APPLICANT WHO NEEDS TO EARN AS MUCH AS $75 IN A WEEK PREFERRED. POSITION IS PERMANENT. FULL TIME. NO CANVASSING. CAR NECESSARY. SEE MR. CONLEY AT U. S. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 141 N. FRANKLIN THURSDAY. FEB. 28. BETWEEN 10 A. M. AND 3 P. M. LADY between 20 and 35. ork in Launderette. $20 week. Apply Automatic Laundry. 1450 E. William. MAN with complete procery sure experience. 5oir.e knowledge ol meau. Carl's, 3-3671. MAN For eeneral work ln wholesale radio parts firm Knowledge of radio Ui-ful App'y 9 30 to 1130 a. Tn. $01 S. Broadway. MAN WANTED F.r established larpe Watkins Pmduct route 400 customers. A erage 2 per hour. No lay-offs. No off seasons. We tram. Age no handicap Car r.eceary. Products furmshec. Write 14C9 South Eleventh. Springfield, Illinois, for complete Information. MARRIED man for year round farm work. Raym nd Workman, SheibyvUIe. Phone 7 o32 . MARRIED MAN. experienced lor yea? around farm work. Modern houfe. 3l iiulei north Harristown 5 west Everett R. Brown MARRIED man for year round farm work. ! House with electricity. T. T. Eilis, Route i i.Lovingtoiv ' MARRIED MAN for farm work. Ernest Campbell. Latham. Phone 72R2 MARRIED M.AN WANTED Year around work on farm. Give references and experience. Wr te Joseph Tenner. Ivesda. Til. . MARRIED man. farm work, jear arcund. six room house, turr.ace. electr:clt. MARRIED MAN wanted for 10 months or year arour.d farm work. House w-.ih electricity. Dwighl Osborn. Fan, 111. Phone county 75140. makki tiJ MAN. experienced for year around farm work. 4 room house with electnc:ty Howard Hill, a xr.lies soutn- west Bi'ody. ' west. MIDDLE AGFD man. light truck and work. State age. references. bpi 6jv Herald-Review. , . . - . r -z ! . RELIABLE singe man 40 to 60 year, o.d tTt:tkr on small e;ate. br reined middleased widow. 3 room apartment furnished. Give oersonal d'scrlptlon. ei- perience. reference. Bex tS2 Hera.d-Re- view. SALESLADY or Bookkeeper Wanted: Samuel Music Shop. Effingham SINGLE MAS for farm work. Must hav experience. 3-3247. Sewing Machine Operators EXPERIENCED AND INEXPERIENCED AGE IS TO 5 Con act Mrs. Bartrem After A M. Osgood & Son, Inc. 349 E. NORTH TIRE service man. experience preferred Permanent, with excellent opportunity tor advancement. Paid vacation, group insurance. an.1 hospltaluatlon. retirement plan Applv n person to C. A. Voice. B P. Ooodrich Co . 317 W. Wood. TRACTOR MECHANIC, experienced, wanted Jones Implement Co Decatur. TRUCK DRIVER wanted by wholesale grocery Apply C. E. Ward & Sons. 700 E Cerro Gordo. . TYPIST-STENOGHAPHER Openin? nw for young woman as ac-cojnrnc department typist. Work con-si-ts chiellv of ivplng checks and pur-cha.-e oroefs We will tram you Good opportun"v for 1951 graduate who seeks business connection where there Is regular automatic salary increase, good working -.onditions and i'i day week. Applv Tuesdav and Wednesday. 8 30 to 4 n, to Mrs. White. Herald and Review. VOUNO MEN Mtllikln student! for part tin" work full time af'er June 1st. A pl in person. Ooltermann Ice Cream. vcm-ng hmh school graduate wltV book- ,rlr reiricerator. oouie pas coos siovr. 1 Alun-. num exterior. $507 down. $51.72 mo.; 194f : ft Colonial tandem. 6 ft. Frici- daire, ho water heater, aluminum ex- tenor $576 30 down. $58 12 month. 194. 21 It Allstate tandem. Shower and toilet Electric refrigerator, hot water neater ibH jj coan, monm. Aiwa,- the largest selection of new trall- lr Central III. KISTLER TRAILER SALES June. 51 & 48. 121 N. Edge Decatur 2-2404 LANDERS-HUDSON 181 Hudson Hornet 4-door sedan. 1950 Ford Deluxe tudor 194 Hudson 2-door. S995. OTHFR GOOD 750 E PRAIRIE CARS AVAILABLE PHONE 3-8741 House Trailers Tha Br?ast selection of new 10"2 al1 ,;urnim:m house trailers In the middlr Automotive 11 CHEVROLET, 1941 tair condition. 3165 Dobson, 632 s. r rankiin. CHEVROLET. 1949 sedanette. Perfect me. chanlcally. Terms if necessary. No trade. Prlced at only $1085 Phone 2-0341. CHEVROLET, 1949 Fleetline Deluxe. 2-door sedan, radio, heater. $1100. Call 8-3252 jafter5. CHRYSLFR: 1948 Windsor Club. Radio. h?ater. See It to appreoiate it. Fell. lOOti N. Water. 4736: 3-8963. CROP LEY. 194i. low mileage. Good con- ditlon. Phone 8-2394. SOTO. 1H46 Custom sedan. grVeh. fine heater, radio, fluid drive. A-l condition Owner. 115 N". Dennis. 4503. SOTO 1948. 4 door sedan. Varoon. Good condition. Will trade for older car. 1529 E. Prairie. DODGE 1947. tires almost new. fully equipped, good condition. Reasonable. 427 S. Webster after 5 p.m. FORD. 1930 model A, l'i ton. 34.000 actual miles. A-l condition, ready to go. 1612 E. Johns. 2-2417 after 5:30. FORD 1937 Fordor, with 1948 hydraulic brakes, airplane type shock absorbers. radio, heater, good tires. 3-2761. FORD 1946 V8 tudor. fully equipped. Can be financed. 3-2100. FORD, 1948, F6 short. Grain bed, 2 speed axle, heater. Wilson Auto Co.. Fordjlealer. Phon- 34, Shelbyvllle. FORD F6 1948, 1950 trucks hoist 13"i' grain bed, fold down racks Cowden 8120. FORD 1949 Fl ',-ton pickup. A-l condition. Would like car in trade. 197 W. Gariield. FORD. 1951 Custom 6 cylinder tudor. radio, heater, white malls, perfect condition. Graves Motor Co.. Ford Dealer. IlliopollsOpen Sun.A.M. HUDSON. 1950. Commodore 8 4 door sedan, light grey. New tires, overdrive, radio, heater, accessories. 38.000 miles. Oneo.vner. 81600. Monticello phone 728F2. J. W. Fiesner, R. R. 1, Mansfield; HUDSON, 1951 Commodore "6". heater, overdrive. Like new. Harold Lipe, Hudson Dealer. Pana. 111. HUDSON. 1951 Commodore 6. radio, heater, overdrive. 1951 Hudson Pacemaker sedan. 1950 Hudson Pacemaker sedan. 1950 Pontiac 8 sedanette. 1949 Mercury, radio, heater overdrive. 1949 Ford club coupe. 1949 Hudson Commodore 8. 1942 Chevrolet Aero sedan. Wallace Auto Sales. Authorized Hudson-Ferguson Dealer. Mattoon Tel. 6449. KAISER. 1951 sedan, beautiful light grey finish, completely equipped wun overdrive, white walls, seat covers, radio, heater, etc See this at Davis & Wilber. Church at Eldorado. MERCURY 1940 2-door sedon. clean, per. feet mechanically. $325. 518 E. Orchard after 5:30 p. m. MERCURY 1949 tudor Radio, heater over, drive. Like new Ben'on Motor Sales, corner 23rd A: Prairie 3-9622. NASH 1949 "600' sedan, extra clean Left for Japan 1760 E. Decatur. 3-1142 NASH 1950 Ambassador. Overdrive. 13.- 000 actual miles. 31445. One owner. Maurer Motors. Route 51. Clinton; OLDSMOBTLF. 1938 "76". radio, heater. Owner. 3-0703. OLDSMOBILE 1949 "'98" 4-door. radio. heater, hvdramatic. Anderson Motors. 327 E. Wood. Ph. 6C00. PACKARD 1938. 4 door sedan. Good con. dltion. Phone 3-9087. PLYMOUTH 1948 2-door. radio, heater. ........1 .1... D..f.,t mnltlAn tQUI wnitewall tirrs. Perfect condition. S950. Hinlon Motor Sales, 102 8. Broadway. 3-60. PONTIAC. 1940 4-door. runs extra good Only 8150. Dobson, 632 S. Franklin STUiiKBAKFR, 1939 4-door. new transmission, runs like mad $50 down, $5 week. 836 N. Maln. STUDEBAKER 1946 1 ton pickup call MM. A FEW BEST BUYS 1!0' ti-,9-,1 ,1403 14n.i1 1 err, ' . iki. ,,149 rsnto custom 4 door! radio 8p' t??tor,0UB'- a--.,. . ... - . 19" Plymoutn special ciud coup. ??" Si'per tuoor. 1S41 Plymouth Special 4 door $ 330 . P. HAZELRISG CO. Authcrlred DeSoto-PlymOUth Sales A; Service Phone 3-3479 43S-49 E. Prairie A GOOD SIXECTION of used trucks available for your Inspection at International Harvester Co.. 400 E. Main. B & S AUTOS SPECIAL Ntvh S00 4 door sedan, overdrive, radio, heater. A perfect little car. BROADWAY & WILLIAM Ph.2-1812 OPEN NIGHTLY TUL 8 00 O CLOCK AiiTfiMnnil F HEATERS: New. regular $25 values for $8.95. Freight Sales, 2705 N. W'ster. BATTERIES: For every car. truck or tractor. Only si Z.1 per weea. a. Ooodrich Co.. 317 w. Wood. BUICK WHEN BETTER USED CARS ARE; SOLD, BUICK WILL SELL THEM! I 1148 OLDSMOBILE "68" sedan. H'dra-matlc, Two Tone. $V95 00 147 BUICK convertible $5 00 ! N-w Tires, Good Top. U41 Bulrk $25 1B41 Oldsmoblle $25 141 Buielt $3115 1S41 Plymouth sjb.i 1B40 Pontlae $2S 1941 Dodge $2B5 1H40 Hudson $1(5 137 Bulck sedan "Clean as a i4i BARGAINS GALORE! Highfield Buick Co. 232 S. MAIN PH. 3-3473 OPEN EVENINGS TIL 8:30 I BATTERY CHARGF.RS two 1C0 amp. Good condition. J50 and $75. Munnn Fcrv;ce Station. 509 N . Wa ter. CHEVROLET 1!M 4 DOOR FLEETLINE F'llly equipped. Radio heater, seat covers, whttewall tlren. Very low mllease. A beautiful car. see this. AL FRITZ MOTORS KM E Eldorado CADILLAC 1951 CADILLAC equipped. 1950 CADILLAC equipped. club coupe. Fully 1919 CADILLAC "SO" Special Fleetwood; sedan. Fully equipped, veiy nice. 148 CADILLAC "60'' Special Fleetwood sedan. Fully equipped. 147 CADILLAC club coupe. J. L. TALLMAN 340 N. FranUtn 3-i79; 3-0771 CAR, TRAILER: 2-whecl with httch. 2-3860 Carpenter Superior and Wayne busea ne and used In nck 19.)I Chevrolet .ton pickup. 1948 Chevrolet 2 door. l'.4R Chevrolet !--ton pickup. 1U50 Chevrolet 4 door. C. B. MOORE, INC. See or Call Don Thiele BLUE MOUND. ILL. cTTtVROLKT valvea and heads rrfaced U so. Lom'i Garage 2UD3 E Hlckorv i 6183. DECATUR AUTO WRKCkfNG. 1515 N 22nd for low prices on new or used auio parts. Phone 3-7721 FOR MULTI STOP WORK, see Interna- ; llonar s new Metro irucK. international I Harvester Co.. 400 E. Main. 1 : l I 'y( I JA, Kowing, Mrs. Sarah A. Service- 230 p. m. Wednesday, Brlnt-iinger's Funeral Home where friends may ca'l after Tuesday noon. Interment Oraceland cemetery. BRINTLINGER'S . Peer, Dora D: Service 130 p. m. Tue.'day, -hapel Burial Graceland cemi-tery. Friends may call at funeral home. Dawson & Wikoff Stewart, H. Daniel Serv'ce 1 p. m. Wednesday In Chapel wher frinds msy call alter noon Tuesday lnt,rm,nt MaDlewood cemeterv. 8t. Elmo. 111. Monson Funeral Home Tavlor, Mrs. Geneva Services p m Tuesday, chapel. Inter- mnt Greenwood cemetery Priends may cal. at luneral home. J. J. Moran & Sons Walser, Mr. Leonard Requiem high mass 9 30 a m. Thursday stq James Cathoilc church. Friends may call at funeral home after 7 p. m. Tues- ua, unci men. .anai, vimcc,,. J. J. Moran & Sons tunrral Flowers It HOURANS FUNERAL AND OTHER FLOWERS , Phone 5305 "ON THE CORNER" Water at Wood St. In Memoriam 3 SCARDELLO. BEN, vho passed away 3 years ago today. Many a lonely heartache Manv a silent tear: Alwavs beautiful memories Of one we loved so dear. Wife and Children. ""..- "''t' h .hn naiH ' IllUtIK t nnu a. iiiiutiiv.,., . " -j away 2 years aso Feb 3. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart hoids dear Fond memories linner every day Rememberances keeps her dear. Son. Ralph, and Family IN MEMORY of Bobby Dean Peller alio passed awav 5 years a0 today. The depths of sorrow we cannot tell Of the loss of one we loved so well. And while he sleeps a peaceful sleep, He Is memory we will always keep. Mother. Father, Brother, Sister, Grand. parents. Omftrry Lots and Monuments S 0TbncAPrrAlTMOMrTW . ,,0 Vlrll I I 1nr 14''n. I-flTEfSt O IV -' . r n,nnm-nts markers In Central 111 nn.n doll, and Sundav afternoon. Masonic Temple Activities 6A DE MOLAY. Jerome R, Gorln pter. Stated meeting 730 p. m. Tuesday. BLL'E MOUND LODGE NO. 682: 3d degree. Wed. 7:30 p.m. All Master Masons invited. MACON CHAPTER NO. 21: Royal Arch dcsreeTuesday.7 SO pjn. Refreshments. MACON LODGE No. 8: Special meeting Tuss-tay 7 30 p. m Second degrees. Vlsl- ; tors welcome. SOUTH MACON tooge No. 4 Special meeting ukoji i i p. m. -im STEPHEN DECATUR Lodje 979. Spe cial meeting Wednesday. 6 p.m. 3d a tr.. tti.rt wl'l be aiven to secona can didate bv Standard club starting at 7 30 p. m. All Master Masons cordially invll- Personals ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, P O BOX 903 i a in nr,th rpsnonsib'.e for debts con-! tracted bv anyone other than mys?lf Jackson M Owens. 1219 W. Decatur. Decatur. 111. ATTEND CHURCH IN LENT ' BcRins in the Upper Room" Thursday 7:45 p. m.. Feb. 28 Tilgrim Lutheran Church. Roosevelt Jr. High. Where to Go . - BF.MLNT THKATRE. Bem-nt. Coming Wed. Tliurs. "Appointment with Danger. Alan Ladil. Phvilis Calvert. CREST THEATRE. C-rro Gordo, III Coming Friday. "Who Done It DUTCH MILL in Pana will have the Bals Veis cLouls Bnldint and orchestral this; weelc end. re here! GRAND THEATRE. SuUivair Randolph Stott in "The Walking Hills plus I "Jungle Manhunt" continuous from 6:30. i Wed. "When Worlds Collide." . POM-PCM CAFE, closed Tuesdays, in tomurrow. for delicious shrimp, Stop 75c. W. Wood. (SCENIC THEATRE1. Assumption, cumlni Th. .h. Tall Target" Dick - A BIO HELP to drive up. speak your rider throimh our new - Mike" and not even bother to (ret out of your car. For packace Itouors. try us. Romano'a, Ortvr In. Ib04 N. 22na. ANY KIND of fond is areat If ordered via The Flying Plate All Phones 3-""bl. AS Sl'RK AS tomorrow! That's how sute yr.u can be of always ftetttn? the b-st a i . , - .. ., .. LI nco'n qurr i avern. 1-1 ... , urt 1 tKiA u'e.K, cievemno nvenue Methodist church Serving atarta 5:30. DON'T EAT inferior food when you can hav? the very best by always dining at The Acre. 2601 W. Main: IT DOESN'T mnkr any difference what nicht it is. a steak is always Kood. Try one of ours this evening. Old Pioneer ClubLake Fork. JUST FINE FOOD, none better can von flnl It Decatur than that at the Tower Cale. Rts. 4t A; 51. RUMMAGE SALE. Wed." Feb. " rj7th. S40 E. Eldorado. Good e'ean clothinK, chil-drens. ftrown ups. Miscellaneous. RtIMM ACE SALE. 927 E. William.. Tiles-1 day. Wednesday. Thursday. Clothlns dislies. miscellaneous. I Lost and Found 10 BLACK ar.d tan female hound atrayed lrom 761 E. William on Feb. S strap around neck, enot on back, left ear cllppe : Reward. 2-2144. CAR KEYS on ky chain with miniature U- ense plate 168f 952. Phone 641. Reward CAT. dark grey male, found in Driscon Place call-H277. DEALERS LICENSE PLATE lost. No. 7 17 Reward. Oeorge Funk. Findlay. Ph. 63. PIN Star shane. red stones, keepsake. Reward. Mrs. HG. Landholt. Phone 3-8834 LADIES dark brown kid gloves. Phone ytji SMALL black and white sow pig straved invtciriityof Sunnyslde School. 2-8852. STRAYED: 800 block West Decatur, "gray and white male cat. Reward. 2-4964. Automotive 11 BUICK. 1946. Super 4 door. Al. Sell. take older car. 10..6 N. Church. Phone 2-3753J BUICK 11147 4-doof8peclal Radio, heaf- er. Excellent condition. $775. Call 2-3006 1 to 6p. in. BUICK 1949 auper "sedanette. Owner $n00.8-128 BUICK 19..0 Special Dyna-Flnw. Mils' sell due lo Iniury. bst offer over $1450 90 8. Webster. 1 1244. CHEVROLET. 1039 pickup truck, with slock rack. OwnM. l;:05 N. Main. Funerals Decatur DK DE . I I i i nrf f "hirlrstnn- thr. i 1 ni(iVitir ln Dewey A: Son funeral home. Green-SCOll, V.narlCSton. mrtC 0.1U;nitrs, vin buriai n Mount Auburn Memorial Sunday On It One Vear M 00 - "'' r'M on ubsoription oy (nail In any to n or territory navlna car flar service Remittance sbnttld be mart by check or money order The Herald annnt assume responsibility for eurrenc 3r stamps RATES BY CARRIER Per Weei Herald Dally only except Holidays JSe Herald and Sunday 3te t"" an Review nn 'inrtas Born To HEUSER. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L.. 515 East Center, a daughter, Feb. 33, In D. & M C. HARDY. Mr. and Mrs. William. Greenup. ' a laitohfer Fell 7a In Mitlran Xierrnrlal . hospital. ISBELL. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie. Tavlor- vlle a dIlugn!.r feb 22, in 8t. Vincent s hospital. Taylorvllie. LEVEY. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K . Mowea-qua. a daughter. Feb. 25, In St. Mary's. NICKELL Mr. and Mrs. John. Farmer uiih,'r- Ptb- 2i- ,n Mennn,,t i NEWMAN. Mr. and Mrs Edward. Dela- van. a dauehter, Feb. 33, In Deaconess . hospital, Lincoln. I OSTERMEIER, Mr. and Mrs Julius. Eriin- burg. a son. Feb. 23, In Memorial hospital. Springfield. ' REAM. Mr. and Mrs. Don. Jr . Taylor-1 vine, a son. Feb. 24, In St. Vincent's hos-, pital. Taylorvllie. I ouuui mpiu., a sun, rcu. in 01. M.-.ry s. SUMMERS. Mr. and Mrs John E. 178?; Eas Walnut, a son, Feb. 24. in D. A M. C. SULLIVAN. Mr and Mrs. Bernard. Mat-' toon, a son. Feb. 24, in Mattoon Memo- j rial hospital. VOGEL, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas, rural route : 5, a son. Feb. 24, In D. & M. C. WHEELER. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F.. Findlay. a daughter, Feb. 24, In St. Mary's. RAY. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd. Bethany, a daughter, Feb. 22, in r.i. Mary's. WILLIAMS. Mr. and Mrs. VlrRil. 1327 East Locust, a daughter, Feb. 24, in D. A: M. C Marriage Licenses Gred Whltten Koontz. Decatur Violet LaVaughn Stout. Oakley Robert W. Jennings. Forsyth Jean M. Crystal, Decatur Paul Eugene Kater, Macon Helen Virginia Crawley. Decatur Keith R. Snel?on. Decatur Charlene Adams, Kempton Dean Dew;tt Holcomh. Decatur FUinnr lntc Kiratnv Hral'tr 22 r0 cole. Rivtrton Violet Parrish, River.on Albert L Rcvnolds. Brownstown virm m. cravens. Decatur Samuel Maurice Hill. Decatur Martha Dclores Reed, Decatur Thoma- Erwln Drone. Decatur M .rg.irei Ann Krene, Decatur ,N DEwrrT-RaiPh Austin, 29, ii 20 ; j na , ' - '' ! Smar: 21 Herrick. Central Illinois Deaths CHILDERS. William. 66. Clinton, died ll:4f a. m Sundav at home: leaves wife rnr riauehtpr Mrs Etsi- Droeosh. Los Angeles; services 2 p. m Wednesday In ....... 1111.1. tl vtiusi.ii. saa a ats a-- ouriai in Me-' .! 1 . t. U ..ln,.rn fimura home. Clinton, in charge. n,nHrRT M Mam1 form,v of 8ton. incton died Saturday in Litchfield; serv- church. Taylorvllie: buna! In Oak Hill cemetery: Chesnut-Pearce fc Connolly fu neral home. Tailorvtlle. In charge. EVEY. Douelas S, 90. Weldon. died 10 30 p. m. Sunday in Kirny nospnai, Monu- cello: leaves brother. Samuel. Mount Zlon: services 2 p. m. Tuesday In Heinle funeral home. Argcnla; burial In Friends cmterv. fouke. Mrs. Myrtle a., 73. oreenviiie. ; B 11 n m SiinHav at hnm- l.av. husband. Harrv: brother. Frank Banal. ! sister Mrs. Carrie Sledntop. ! Greenville; services 2 p. m. Wednesday p'- Gre-nviiie, til'S.Vfcl It, MTS. .V1BCV OUC. 3. ALIBIUS. died 6 15 p. m. Sunday In Deaconess hos- pital. Lincoln: leaves dauehtcrs, Mrs. Lil- fian Larison. Lincoln: Mrs. Bessie Doss. B-oommgton: Mrs Caroline Turner. Mi- ml: ViI.s G11 Wfbb Mrs. Doi- lie Hobllt McLean: brother. Lyman' Mer- r,man Tucson. Ariz.; services 2 30 p. m Thursday in Tuttle luneral home. Atlanta, burial ln Atlanta cemetery. tones. Georee M . 82. of near Neoca. iound dead in bed Monday at home. : leaver son . Harold and James. Mattoon; j dauehter. Mrs. Mae Goar. Mattoon; body i s,venecl funeral home. Neoca; ar- ra .gements incomplete. KEELE Dr Frederick w . aoout vs. Mon- tmello dentist died Sunday In Jacon-vill? Fla.: leaves wile. Delta: son. Har- old Chieaco: funeral 2 p. m. Saturday In tonticeno rresojicriau cuuri.ii, duiiiwi lLSTIG Frank. 65. of near Montrose, died pital. Ellmcham; leaves wife, Grace: son.' Curtis. Chicago; dauehter. Mrs. Marie Chicago: brothers. Joe and Leo. Elfincham; George. Chicaco; sister-. Mrs Anna Flood. Woodbury; Mrs. , Lena Brumleve. Teutopolis: Mrs. Clara Kocbeip, Grand Junction. Iowa: body in Habing funeral home. Teutopolis; ar rangements incomplete. MILLER W C. "Tobe." . Clinton: died 1 Si i. in Monday in John Warner r.os- nlial Clinton: leaves wile Clara: dauch ter Mildred. Clinton: sister. Edna Mil ln Clinton: services I p. m. Thursday in Clinton Christian church: burial in Memorial park: Keeser A: Hertngton fu-nral home. Clinton, ln charge. pj w-lrlnn rilrd cat- "'hisnetj";, dmdTu?s- dav in Stensel luneral home. Farmer Citv burial in McCord cemetery. MEACHUM. Mrs. Delia. 62. Kenney. died h i n m Aionaav ;n LcMtuiirs i.ospitui. Linco n; loaves hustand, Ansll; son. aN'ocl, ivcnney; Ncrvitcs a i. m. iiiui.-tia $ Pul.en V Boos funeral home, Clinton, buna. In WoodUwn cemrurry. PA UGH, WilbTt J. 79. Mayon. died 7 3C Monday at nome: leaves wne, Kathleen: sons. Albert. Effineham: My - ron Indiana noils: jonn. Liavton. unio; daughters, Mrs. Mary E. Andreas. I,a- Frank Damon. Camden. S. C : sister. rfnrpi nii(.c f aut.ii. niiun. .-i Anna Pa'tRh. Anna: body tn Hunt luneral home. Mason: arrangements Incomplete. PdTTHAST. JoseDh J.. 83. Oreenviiie. died SaU,rdav; services 9 a. m. Tuesday ui ,h Catholic church. Green- rence a cemetery. 60, Charleston. 30 p. m. Wednes. church. Charles scott. waiter l.. sr. died konrtay; services 2 i First christian ton: burial in Mound cemetery: Clark fu- nera. home, Charleston, ln charge. SNVDER. james E.. 71. formerly of Bt rimn HioH a fifl a m Mondav in Pana- m i leaves wife. Matilda:" daUKhters. Mrs Frieda Solie. St. Elmo: Mrs. Eileen Blarkueil. Granite City: sister. Mrs. Granite City: services 21 n m Wednesday In Brown funeral home, 8". E'mo: burial in Maplewood cemetery, sanDKRs' Mrs Marietta H. 74. Lincoln. f;,nwlrrcht"funerli3hom ' burial In Pekin. WILSO Mrs Burnette. dlea 40 p. m Saturday In Huber Memorial hospital, Pana; services t p. m Tuesday Mccraca- luneral nome. rana; ouriai in wood cemetery. Pana. unrrals Decatur 1A Cowley, Mr. Thomas P. Requiem high mass 9 a m. Thursday St. Patrick's Catholic church. Friends mi y cl' at funeral home after 1 p. m. Tuesday, interment calvary cemetery J. J. Moran & Sons Munsterman, Mrs. Helen C. Reiulem hich mass 9 a. m. Tuesday. St Thomas Catholic church. Friends' may call av luneral nome. tin: rinriu ol. Maurice cemetery, Morrlsonvllle. 111. J. J. Moran & Sons i ! i i ; i I : , West. Ovr 20 different national y known ---- -r,-r -,,. -' -brands. Come to Bardlngs and choose T,AK.!!'LP.r . ! water ln house. John Baiter Jr. 1. MARRIED MAN: For farm ork. Experienced ar.h machinery. Bord Wheeler. 1 ream ana Don on central aircrau aem-j mile east M:. Zlon NASH SELECT USED CARS 1951 Nash Ambassador. D 000 actual miles, l.jl Stuafbaker Champion Deluxe Club coupe Hadio. neater and overdrive. ftx 0 actual miles. 1,51 studebaker Champion sedan. Over- uiitr L nc lie. n uuu inu. miirs. ivjs AmDassaaor. uverarive. radio $1095 184S Nash -600" overdrive $ 895 1844 Nah "600" club coupt $ 99a 1947 2-door sedan $ 995 1941 Nash "600'' serian $845 194u Nash '600''. Exceptionally clean $ 750 i8 MONTHS TO PAY BOPP MOTORS 240 W. WOOD SPECIALS TODAY 195C Studebaker Champion S-passer.- per coupe Radio, heater. Over- ' drve $1395. 1950 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe, pow- er-glide. radio, heatrr. $155 J119S . $ 7j5 $ $ 210 $ 3?i 1149 Fora tudot. Overdrive. Very nice. 1949 studebaker pickup, excellent. 194t Chevrolet 4 door sedan. 1S41 Ford tudor. 19il Olosmobile "6". Hydramat'.c. N:.-e. 1936 Chevrolet 2 doer. Excellent. $ 1.0 ! i VANS OIL CO. 5f2 F. Prairie S jpply. 30 I . Praitlc. TIRES: Every size in stock. We trade high. Terms as low $1 25 per week. B. F. Goodrich Co.. 31" W. Wood. TRAILERS pullrd anywhere. Reasonable. Can give references. 2-8;'20:2-3683. STUDEBAKER 1949 Studebaker Land Cruiser, extra c an 191 N.stl 600" 2 dtor $1145 1947 Hu.clc Super .edan 1SI7 Deto a passrrrr coupe 1947 Chevr let 2 door f.ertan 196 O dsmobile 8 ' 4 door 9 $ 895 S 875 P45 SEVERAL OTHER OUTSTASPING BRGAINS IN LATE MODELS m. G. WONDERLIN CO. YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER 3o0 E. Main Phone 3-36:s W KIT lf6 1 D r W A LLTTl! f. S new and use" il in most sizrs. at B:ii Mm:aomery's "4 Hour Tire A Battery Service. Corner Prair'e A- Jackson. Phone 5309 2HEE:l trailer, tood condition. $35 1S3S N College. Motorcycles Bicycles 15 MOTORCYCl I- Indian l'J4,S "74". good condition. Priced to icll Benton Motor Sales. Corner J3rd A.- Prairie. 3-M.'. l-Ml" "4S " - Harlry " Davidson" rootoroycTe ! A-l .orrtii,.,:, rail at U7 s Main. Sui- Inan or plume Suihvnn 4150 between I a a.m. and 4 pm. liuMnrss Service 18 ABC. Appx nnd Maytag. Cotton's Washei Shop. 13,s. N. OakUtid. 3"4T2J. ABC-O-MA TIC Washer, toasters. Irons ! saws, lamps. Pippin h.x It Shop. AI!C Aner Autoiratlc. Ma tag or any malie 'or 11 niakt-s. Ororte's Waslicr tfervia-e. U4 K STate. 2 ;:0:. ABC, IVxter. Majrtac or any make washei r.iiiairurl Drnnint ..r Ira UlnmlinlKa X- ! Wrll.s YX-i bhop. Ph. 4231. ANcHOK preVat conrrete. yafetT .steps in- staurd promptly uli winter. o-04.J. APPl.IANCKaS and radii5 expertly repaired Pom t guaranteed service. Pave s Fix It Shop. 1333 North, rear. 4886. APPLIANCESr Shavers, trona. toas'ert mix. re fiuarantred repairs. Lock and key aork. Fixma.Nter's. 311N State St-ifTl BASKMENT DIGGING, sewer, crane work bjackdirt. Reihkemmer 8CR4 Niannc BLOCK LAYING. Concrete woik. Bnck work, water-proofing. Chimney, 3-706. ! BLOCK basement and foundations, con crete drives, walks, eps. etc. 2-6.82. CABINfeTS. custom marie and neneral con- tractii.s. M.ichel Cabinet Shop. 447 Stu- irl Ave. CARPENTKR WORK, remodcllne. exper ienced. Free rttniates. Phone 3-9.i29. CAIiPKNTER WORK, all kind?. Power tools. Experienced help. Phone tij3i. CARPETS Upholder?, walls, windows. Hours Lome Cleaning Herwce. 9882. CEMENT drives and approaches. Woik bonded. Phone 4446, 4S3.. Jack Doo!en ClSPOOl? and septic tank cleaning also In.NUlialion. Dunn Coal Co . .24 N Mercer. Phone 4444 CESSPOOL and sepile 'ank cleaning. Fx-pvrienced. Prompt service. 3-7'.'04; 3-1528 FLOOR SANDINO and flnlslune Interior pamtliik Fre tstlmale Phone 9866. FURNACE CLEANING. Reletting re patrinir All makes. Bnrry. 3-4312. FLOOR SANDING "anil reflnlshlnc. hardwood floors cleaned and waxed. Reasonable. Freeestl mates. Phone 3-8938. HAULING triisli- Clean-up lobs. etc. Cinders. Fied Uohman. 118 E. Ruth. 9NI9 I ! I i from the best trailers made he undersold Contact Bardings for the hlghet snptai'ai Ion your ued trailer. Also a large selection" of used trailers to choose from, from $400 up. Barding Trailer Sales RT. 48 AT JASPER ST. DECATUR ILL HOUSE TRAILERS NEW AND USED MIDWEST TRAILER SALES 1017 N Water St. 54.3: 5404: 3-8100 ' Lincoln-Mercury 1850 Mercury fordot, beautiful ma- I roon. Ilk' new ires, overdrive. ! h.-eter. seat covers $1595 1950 FORD tudor. radio heater. sat covers 16 000 actual miles. m.iny extras $1295 1949 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-door. ra- I dlo heater, one-owner. Very clan $1445 1949 BUICK super 2 door, radio. i heater, dynaflow. Rood tires $1445 194 LINCOLN Cosmopolitan town se 'an. radio, heater, overdrive, new tirea, new motor $1775 191 PONTIAC Chieftain deluxe 4-door. radio, heater, hvdramatic, seat covers, many other extras, low mileage $-.150 19J7 MERCURY fordor. radio, heater seat covers, like new tires. Lifeguard tubes $ 850 1949 FORD Club coupe, radio, heater overrir've. new seat covers. like new tires $1095 r a d it ' j 745 1946 PONTIAC sedanette. he ter. seal covers .-..a .-v-t r-T n..r.a 10 , : J : 1 Mrs. Barbara Wedeskv, Detroit; a a. t.-l . f y Airs. AlcrcedeS hltlev, C harleston, j At i' i Mi'iii ill ; and Mrs. Wand l Mllcluk. I lohart, T.,,1 . fr p.,.,1 1 1rrv ,,1 Jnd., lour sons, l aul, l larry and WMin. T, l"V,i, or,. I f'Lv. "'"" " vis, at. Anne; two sisters, .Mrs. Jessie Bennett, Charleston; and nd Josephine Scott, Springfield, ant three brothers Robert Crinitf Citv tnrce orotners, norxn, numa v-it, tdward, Dallas, Texas, and il-' liam, Frankfort. Ind. services will be at p. m. Wednesday in rirst m rlTSt dinstian churth, with burial in Mound Cem-. eterv. The Clark funeral home is in charge of arrangements RURAL VOTE CAMPAIGN TO BE HELD NEXT MONTH A rural "eet OUt the Vote' cam - , i i i o i Tai?n for the April O tirimarv C CC - '. .11 i i l ' i tion Will DC conducted next montn by the Macon County I arm Bureau. Definite dates and plans lor the drive have not been decided, II. P. Ash, I Iarristown, Farm Bureau president, said vesterdav. . . ..til . IIC &3ld the local Campaion and similar drives which will be made bv other county Farm Bureaus is bein sponsored bv the Illinois Ayricul- tural association (state I-arm' Bureau ) . "This campaign is not in sup- nnrt nf anv nnp r itir:i nartv nnr 1 - 11. " ii. ... i anv one canaiuaie, .Mr. nsil saiu. "It is non-parisan and aimed at! producing the largest possible tirn- c . r . . Ill- " out ol voters in Downstate Illinois. $50 SETTLEMENT IN D CPU PC PR ACM nFATU - ... I. ..!.. f..r T i" : ,uuiiiv juuSc v.u, .. ..iu ........!. ,,..,...,1 , Cfl , , .,,,,., - .. 11 mise Settlement made bv the Wabash' railroad with the administrator of the estate of Mrs. Thclma Allen Reeves! of Decatur. Mrs. Reeves died in St. Mary's, hospital Aug. 16, 1951, of injuries received four months earlier whenl the truck in which she was ridins; collided with a Wabash train at a crossing near Brunswick, Mo. I Icr husband, Clyde, who w as driving the truck, also was fatally injured in the trash. Born To BROWN. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.. 1S40 West Hunt, a son. Feb. 23. in D. A: m. C. BECK, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Humboldt, twin sons. Feb. 24, in Mattoon Memorial hospital DURNIL, Mr and Mrs. Delbert. 45J East Marietta, a son. Feb. 23. in D. A: M. C. ELSON Mr and Mrs. Glen. Mattoon. daughter, Feb. 24. in Mattoon Memorial hospital. OUl'E. Mr. and Mrs. Charles. 1504 East Sangamon, a son. Feb. 115. In 8t. Mary s. OLEA'ON. Mr and Mrs Martin. Jr.. Elkhart, a son. Feb. 23, In St. Clara hospital, Lincoln. 1 i ' l j ! ! : i ; i i ! ' - Dues, tl year experience i ! JIG BUILDERS Workinff from drawincs or templates: must be aole to bund, record and main - tvn a variety of aircraft ics. including layout work. (3 years experience. I TOOL AND DIE MAKERS ,1. in- iiuni ji,ii. T. a i oi oencn operations inciunina layoui f bench operations Including lavout. .and finishing assembly and adjustment o construct dies, jics' fixtures gauges nd various other tool ecuipment. .2 h to jears experience.! MODIFICATION MECHANICS Requires ability to 'nstall ar remove a variety of aircraft parts: work of a gen- 'r.:!nllm'mh",nlv!.r "'"rlcnt ,l'plln" 'Minimum 1 year experience) PRODUCTION SEQUENCE ANALYSTS Analyze sequence of Installation of assem-, bl'e with consideration to economy prartlt-ality. accessibility by workmen and techniques presently utilized. METHODS ENGINEERS j 4,naly7e manufacturinp operations, obtain-' ine maximum utillratlon of material, j tools, equipment and manpower lnror-j poratinff atest manuiacturinft processes and techniques. SHOP LOAD ESTIMATORS ' Estimatinp manhours required fr ma-I ch'.ne par's by machine sroup. Planninc ! and nresetation of sequence loading of ' speclai'red machines Planning loads for entire shops. (5 years experience machine shop and or Industrial engineering or equlv4 ent.l MASTER SCHEDULERS Reonlres Vnowlcre of shop onerat Ions and annlvtlcal abilltv to schedule production work through various shop operations Decree plus 4 or 5 years alrcralt ex perience preferred I TOOL DFSIGNERS Must be ahle to Initiate original designs and assist designer on completed design of any project. iDegree plus 3 years exoenenre i Contact The Boeing Personnel Representative Thursday o- Friday. February 2 or 2 at i he Decatur Office of the Illinois State Einplovment Service. 144 North Franklin BOEING AIRPLANE COMPANY WICHITA DIVISION 1 I , f Corner Broaday A: Prairie Phone 2-3913 OPEN EVENINGS NOLEN LOT LOOK! LOOK! 1941 PLYMOUTH Pprcial Oclune 4 door. radio, heater. Priced to sell at only $175 B. B. BURNS CO.. INC. Ucd Car Lot Cor. Broadway i Prairie Ph. 9525 NEW CAR TRADE-INS 1950 Willys Jeepster. overdrive, I tone green, white wall tires. Perfect. I107S 19S0 Chevrolet deluxe club coupe. 1947 Willys Jeep, looks like a new one. Complete top. 194H Dodae. 2 door clean. 1!4 Mercury 4 door sedan. 1946 Furd club coupe. STEVENSON OA RACE YOUR WILLYS DEALER 34f0 E. WILLIAM PHONE 3-5051 , keeping training for machine work. Personal Placement Bureau, 316 Standard and Cantrrll. ' Junclu,n 48

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