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Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, September 4, 1955j 24 DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Film Figures Wed San Francisco, Sept. 3 (AP) Film director Frank Lloyd, 64, and screen writer Virginia Kellogg, 47, were married Friday aboard a yacht as it passed through the Golden Gate. Automotive 11 06 II CADILLAC CLEARANCE SALE Wu Now 195J PLYMOUTH $1295 $1095 1952 STUDEBAKER t 195 $ 795 1951 CHEVROLET $ 795 $ "5 1951 CHRYSLER $ 995 $ I5C 1951 KAISER t 595 495 1951 CHEVROLET $ 9 $595 1951 MERCURY I 795 t 95 1950 BUICK $ 595 $ 450 1947 PONTIAC $ 295 $ 155 194 CADILLAC $ 595 f 495 Berserk Man Terrorizes Neighborhood Mansfield, Tex., Sept. 3 (AP) An ex-Marine who apparently went berserk held officers at bay for four hours early today before he was flushed out of his barricaded home with tear gas. Fourteen officers from Tarrant, Dallas and Ellis counties restored quiet. No one was injured. The veteran, T. J. Hubbard, 30, had barricaded himself in his home with a 16-gauge shotgun, a machete and his son's air rifle. The trouble started at 2 a.m., officers said, when Hubbard chased his wife out of the house and began shooting "at everything that moved." He fired the shotgun four times, once at the house next door where his wife Cathryn, had fled and three times at officers who sur-rounced the house. He was yelling, "Those Japs aren't going to get me. I'll kill them all." A National Guard unit had been alerted to bring a rank to the scene when officers fired two tear gas bombs into the house. Hubbard, waving the machete, was still swearing when Tarrant County sheriff's deputies Vernon Johnson and Charlie Saylor yanked him out through a window bout 6:10 a.m. Hubbard was half - conscious from tear gas and was given artificial respiration. An ambulance took him to a clinic and then to a Fort Worth hospital. At the tal he revived and became violent. He broke two bonds and was given three knockout injections. Then he was moved to count v jail and charged with disturbing the peace. The sheriff's office said plans were being made to remove him to a veterans hospital. Hubbard saw lengthy combat service in the Pacific Theater. Mansfield is a small town about 15 miles south of Fort Worth. MAN KILLS NEPHEW ON HUNTING TRIP Ottawa, LI., Sept. 3 (AP) Carl LeBeau, 30, an Ottawa glass worker, lost his life today in the first hunting accident of the squirrel season in LaSalle County. LeBeau was felled by a charge from the 16-gauge shotgun held by his uncle, August Herzog. Herzog told police he fired at a squirrel, not realizing that his nephew was in line of fire. The accident occurred in timber northwest of Wedron, near Ottawa. LeBeau is survived by a widow and two children. PROJECT WILL BRING WATER TO EGYPTIANS Cairo, Egypt, Sept. 3 (AP) A 45-million-dol'ar project is under way to bring clean water to Egyptian villages by 1958. Up to now, the Egyptian peasant has depended on Nile River water for drinking and washing. One result has been the spread of such diseases as bilharzia, a dangerous parasitic affliction. The Sunday Herald and Review RATES BY MAIL In Trading Area Daily and Sunday Daily except Sunday 1 year $11.00 1 year $9.00 6 months 6.00 6 months 5.00 3 months 3.25 3 months 2.75 1 month 1.35 1 month 1.15 1 week .35 1 week .30 Sunday Only One Year $5.00 Outside of Trading Area Daily and Sunday Daily except Sunday 1 year S18.00 1 year $13.00 6 months 9.75 3 months 5.25 1 month 2.25 6 months 7.25 3 months 3.75 1 month 1.50 I week .60 1 week .40 Snnda. Onlv "n Yn. A nn Carrier rates apply on subscriptions by ln.il in any town or territory having carrier service. Remittance should be made b check or money order. The Herald and Review cannot assume responsibility for currency or stamps. RATES BY CARRIER IN MACON COUNTY P" Herald Daily only except Holiday 30c Review Daily onlv except Holiday 30c Sunday and He.ald 40c Sunday and Review 40c Sundav and Herald and Review 70f OUTSIDE MACON COUNTY Herald Daily only except Holidavs 25c Review Daily onlv except Holidays 25c Sunday and Herald 35c Sunday and Review 35 Sundav and Herald and Review 60 1 Expressly for Veterans and their families Graceland' s Beautiful Garden of Memory Automotive 11 -11 STUDEBAKER 1950 H ton pickup, all steel bed. grain sides. Carl's Used Cars. Boody, ill. Open 8 to 6. 11 06 WHIPPET, 1928 4 door sedan, good condition. Can be seen at Standard Sta- tion in Findlay. 111. 11 05 AUTO speed equipment, dual and header sets. Tracy s Discount Auto Accessories. 220 E. Eldorado. 3-0122. 11 0' BONDED and riveted brake shoes. Over- load booster springs. Buy at Merry Mo tors, 350 t. Frame. 11 04 CADILLAC CADILLAC CADILLAC BENTON'S GOT 'EM LET'S GO! 1955 CADILLAC coupe, full power and air conditioning. Few miles. 1954 CADILLAC power. 1954 CADILLAC 2-tone blue, Coupe De Ville. Full "2" full 4-door, beautiful power. 1953 CADILLAC "62" 4-door. 1953 CADILLAC "62" 4-door. 195J CADILLAC "62" 4-doot. 1952 CADILLAC wood. "60" Special Fleet- 1952 CADILLAC "2" 4-door. 1952 CADILLAC "1" 4-door. WE'RE REALLT LOADED WITH CADILLAC! AND WE WANT TO WHEEL AND DEAL Small marfp'n of profits and low -mhead laving! passed on to you. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED Now la the Chance to G the Car of Your Dream Benton Motors 545 E. William Ph. 1-3456 Coffey's Holiday Specials 1954 Chevrolet "210" 2 door. 2 tone blue and ivory. Powerglide. 5 new tires. Excellent condition. Guaranteed. Was $1475. now $1375. 1953 Oldsmobile "98,f 4 door. Radio, heater, hydramatic, power brakes. Exceptional! clean. 1953 Packard "300". Very low mileajte, 1 owner car. Absolutelv like new. 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door. Power-elide, radio, heater. 1953 Ford V8 Fordor. Radio, heater. 1953 Chevrolet Vi ton pickup. Excellent condition. 2 new tires. Guaranteed. 1952 Packard "300" sedan. Automatic transmission, radio, heater. OnJy 37,000 miles. Local teachers car. Perfect condition inside and out. Guaranteed. 1952 Ford V8 Castomline Tudor. An excellent local car with very good tires. Guaranteed. 1951 ChevTolets and Fords, 4 to choose from. Good condition. 49 up. No Money Down On These Can! 1950 Chevrolet 4 door. 1950 Ford Tudor. 1949 Chevrolet Club Coupe. 1949 Ford Tudor. 1947 Ford convertible, only $95! Several 1946, 1947, 1948 model. $.125 up. IV o down payments requirea up to $500. Coffey Auto Mkt. Many More to Choose From! 29 E. North Decatur. 111. Just 2 Blocks East of Sears Roebuck v Phone 8-4331 -11 05- COILIFTERS, manual trunk kit, lowering block, and shackles. Creekrour mufflers Speed Shop, 8-3302. 11 04 DEPENDABLE USED CARS 1954 Chevrclet 4-door. tin .f d Rlass, turn signals, perfert condition. A real bargain. onlv 51245 1953 Packard 4-door, overdrive, fully equipped. A-l condition, only 51325 1952 Plymouth 4-door Cranbrook, 14.000 miles, overdrive, radio, heater, turn signals, loot and runs like new. onlv $ 875 ; 1949 Dodge Coronet 4-door, heater, sun visor, turn signals. Fxtra clean. Onlv $ 475 1949 Dodce Wayfarer 2-door, fully equipped. Motor just over- l "hauled; only $ 475 1949 Oldsmobile "98" 4-door, I hydramatic, radio with rear seat speaker; beater. spotliEht and foglights. sun vivr. C u-tom seat covers and upholstery, new Premium tubeie tires. Car in perfect condition. Only $ 575 1938 Ford 4-door, good condition. Just what vou need to drive to work. Only $ 55 NEED A NEW TRUCK? iWe have extra good buys on new and -ton trucks; also 1 used 1 n-loa Dodge V-6. Real Bargains on Our Demonstrators 1 Custom Roral 2 Roal Lancers, 4-door fullr equipped. fully equipped. Jones Imp. & Motor Co. Tour Friendly Dodge & . D. Dealer Assumption, 111. I'bone 1015 -11 04- DRIVE BY TODAY And see some of the cleanest cars in town OPEN SUN. AND MON. SPECIAL 1941 CHEVROLET 4. door sedan, new tires, runs real good SS5 HONEST POD Biggest Little Dealer in Town 900 N Broadway Ph. 3-0111 111 11- 04- OLDS "98,'- 1949. It's loaded and it's : Km. Nee it tndav at Marouand Motors. Inc. 792 E. Wood. 1 11 06 I OLDSMOBILE, 1951 Super "88" 4-door.: radio, heater, low miles, $895. Maurer Motors, Route 54 (west), Clinton. 11 05 I PONLLAC 1949 4 door. Straight trans- i mission, radio, neater. . riazen motor Sales, lbOl N. 22nd. -11 04- PONT1AC, 1949, hydramatic, radio, heat - $475. $100 down. 836 IN. Main. PONTLC, 1950, takt over payments. $31 month. 950 E. Condit, 8-2919. 11 OJ- PONTHC 1951 Catauna. Fully equip-22nd. ped. Hazen Motor Sales, 1601 N. 11 05- STUDEBAKER 1948 Champion, Good condition. $15., 120 h. Riverside, STUDEBAKER 1950, fordor, overdrive. Nice. SJOU. Call 3-3939. 11 07 A C ar Anyone Can Afford '51 PLYMOUTH, new motor $495 '50 PONTHC Hydramatic $495 '50 PONTIAC straight shift $495 50 CHEVROLET. Real buy $495 50 CHEVROLET Powerglide. 4- door $495 50 FORD. Very sharp $495 '50 CHEVROLET V-ton pickup $495 (Will take less) THESE CARS CAN BE TOURS FOR NO DOWN PAYMENT AND 20 MONTHS TO PAY TRAXLER'S 1141 E. Garfield 3-1423 or 3-2227 -11 07- Back To School BARGAINS' 1954 DeSoto Firedome V-8 4-door, 8.000 miles. 2 tone. Like new $2250 1953 DeSoto riredome 4-door. French blue, radio, heater, tin-toe transmission. 23.000 miles $1635 Other Barsams 1953 Oldsmobile Super 88 2-door $1525 1953 Plymouth 4-door, overdrive SI 195 1953 Chevrolet 210 4-door 1953 Plymouth Cambridge Club 1952 DeSoto V-8 4-door 1952 Plymouth Suburban, A-l 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook 4-door 1951 DeSoto Custom 4-door 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook 4-door 1951 Ford Victoria, clean 1948 Oldsmobile 98 4-door $1295 $ 945 $1395 $1085 $ 785 $ 725 $ 645 $ 695 $ 275 Get Our Deal On A '55 DeSoto or "55 Plymouth HAZELRIGGS, INC. DeSoto-Plvmouth H. P. HazelriRg Sr. H. P. HazelriRg Jr. Jim Hazelrigg or ' Rick Hazelrigg 435-39 E. Prairie, 3-3479 Open Evenings 'Till 9 07- Buick SCHOOL Starts Soon DRIVE CAREFULLY AND Drive A Safe Car 1954 BUICK Super hardtop, dr-naflow, radio, heater, white-wall tires, custom trim, yellow with black top. $2395 1954 CHEVROLET 4-door deluxe, model "21 0", shiny black, 5500 actual miles, locally owned. 1-owner, heater, defroster. Very sharp $1495 1954 CHEVROLET 2-door '210"t radio, heater, power-glide, beige, very nice 1954 BUICK SUPER 4-door, dynaflow. radio, heater, power s t e e r i ng, power brakes, up and down seat, 2-tone green and beige, 1-owner 1954 MERCURY 2-door Custom, Merco-matic, radio, heater, deep maroon color, excellent condition . 1953 PONTIAC 4-door "8", light green, radio, heater, hydramatic, 1-owner 1953 BUICK SUPER hardtop, dynaflow, radio, healer, whitewall tires, 1-owner 1953 PLYMOUTH Cranbrook 4-door, radio, heater, overdrive, light blue, very clean, low mileage 1953 DODGE 4-door V-8 Coronet, radio, heater, whitewall tires, Ryromatic, deep metal-1 lie green, tinted glass, 1-owner 1953 BUICK Special 4-door de-1 uxe seda n , 1 i gh t grey with dark green top, dynaflow, radio, heater, seat covers $1395 $2395 SI795 $1695 $1045 $1295 $1395 1952 BUICK SUPER 4-door. d-naflow, radio, heater, 2-one ttrcen. tinted class, whitewall tires, seat covers, 1-owner $1195 1952 BUICK SPECIAL 2-door 'deluxe sedan, straight shift, radio, heater, lifcht blue, purchased new here $ 995 1951 BUICK Super Riviera hardtop. Dynaflow. 2-tone. Clean car 1951 CHEVROLET Bel Air hardtop." radio, heater, power-elide, spotlieht, yellow with black top. Sharp $ 995 $ 895 1951 NASH "600-heater, green Super 2-door, 1951 BUICK Special 2-door e- d; dvnaflow, radio, heat- er, 2-tone green. 1 -owner $ 845 1951 DODGE CORONET 4-door, radio, heateT, light blue, above average $ 795 1950 BUICK Special 4-door deluxe black sedan, straight shift, heater, defroster - $ 545 1950 BUICK Supr 4-door, licht blue, Dynaflow. radin, heater, new tires recently. Very nice shape $ 695 1950 FOPD V8 2-door. radio, heater, seat covers, light grey, new engine, very clean $ 695 1949 PLYMOUTH 2-door, deluxe radio, heater, 1 owner. Sharp $ 345 Highfield Buick SHOW ROOM USED CAR LOT 232 S. Main Ph. 3-3473 315 S. Main Ph. 3-3421 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY Automotive .1 Where to Go 7C 04 BARGAINS AND Travel NEWS EUROPE $698.00, including ship, hotel, most rnealf, sightseeing. Visit 1 1 countries. $70.00 down payment, balance on easy monthly payments. Leo E. Mendel United Travel Service Member American Society of Travel Agents 564 N. Water Phone 2-3394; 8-2913 NO SERVICE CHARGE 7C 04- DELICIOUS FOOD served daily, eicept Sunday at the Wooden Shoe, 241 . Main. 7C 04 FISH FRY. Mon. Sent. 5. Servinjt 5 o'clock, Illini Park, Warrensburg. Adults 1.Z3, children under iz, sue. sponsored by Volunteer Firemen and Sportsmen's Club. 7C 04 FRIED CHICKEN served with golden french fned potatoes, salad bowl, bread, butter and dessert. Towel Cafe, Rts. 48&5I. 7C 05- GRAND THEATRE, SULLIVAN: Marilyn Monroe in "Seven Year Itch." Drive-IN: Donald O'Conncr in "Francis in The Navy". 7C 04 IT'S A REAL treat to eat at Mose's Cafe, Arthur. It's a nice drive, it's six condi tioned and there s wondertul tried crucK-en and Swiss steak. Go Sunday. 7C 04 MOOSE PICNIC TODAY! 10 a. m. to 10 n. m. at 101 Ranch Park, Take Rt. 121 to Spider Park road, rum left, follow markers. Tou can t en joy your picnic if you stay home. Bring your lunch, take part in games and contests. Dancing 7-10 p.m. club closed all day. -7C 05- ROSELAND THEATRE, Pans: "Mister Roberts". Drive-in: "Stranger on Horse back, plus ' Carton Carnival . 7C 10 RUMMAGE SALE: 1117 E. Olive. Rugs, furniture, clothing. miscellaneous. ut- RUMMAGE SALE: Teen age and adult clothing, bedding miscellaneous. Good, clean. 546 S. Seigel, side door. U 04- RUMMAGE SALE: 1346 N. Main; Monday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Women and boys clothing, miscellaneous. 7C 04 WARRENSBURG Labor Dav and Homecoming celebration, Mon. Sept. 5. Activities start at lo a.m. Free square dance 8 p.m. Children's contests, ball games, band concert, amateur contest. Sponsored bv Volunteer Firemen and Sportsmen's Club. Lost and Found 10 -10 06- BILLFOLDS, man's, brown leather, con tains money, valuable papers. 2-ZS43. 10 04 BOY'S 20" red and white bicycle lost vicinity Blalocks Dime Store on W. Grand, Fri. Reward. 8-5002. 10 0 CHILD'S pet, gray striped fluffy kitten, lost vicinity 1UUU Block w. wain. 2-3262. 10 06- GREEN PARAKEET, lost, answers to xiicme." Z-O13. 10 05 LADY'S gold wristwatch (Driva, Geneva) 17 jewel, lost downtown, Keepsake. Reward. 4822; 3-0663; 2-2759. 10 04 LOST Monday: Girl's glasses, near Eldo rado and van JLlyke. lieward. B-zos. Automotive 11 BUICK 1950 Special, excellent condition, $525. 3-0580; 231 Isabella, rum west at Motel Orlando. 11 04 BUICK . 1950 Special. $7.50 down, $7.50 week. 950 E. Condit, 8-2919. )1 o-l BUICK 1951 super, Riviera, tudor, radio, heater, white walls. Sharp. Trade. $850. 3-3939. : 1 1 04 BUICK, 1952 Riviera, power steering. Just like new. $195 down. 836 N. Main 11 04 BUICK, 1953 Special $1395. 1950 Oldsmobile "88" 2-door, fully equipped sharp $695. 1952 Oldsmobile "98" SI 395. Carl Grabb Motors, Cad-Olds, Shelbyville, Tel. 154. 11 04 BUICK 1954 SUPER Riviera hardtop. Llcht Blue finish, radio, heater, automatic transmission, low miles, whitewall tires. This car is original in every way and a 1-owner traded in on a Rocket Olds. Was $2695, now reduced to $2288 Weidenbacher Olds 340 N. Broadway Ph. 5423 11 06 CADILLAC, 1953 4 door, power steering, fullv equipped, like new. Will trade. Call 3-9823. 11 04 CHEVROLET 1942, fair condition. $100 1713 N. 34th; 8-5962. 11- 06 CHEVROLET 1947 convertible, extra good condition, $175. Ph. 3-6965 3-3112. CHEVROLET 1947, Vi ton, 2 spe"d axle. 1946 Chevrolet, Vi ton. Call 270X Moweaqua. n 05 CHEVROLET 1948, just overhauled, Rood condition. No money down, $22 per mo. 854 N. 35th. 1 1 06 Chevrolet. 1949 club coupe, clean $445 1952 DeSoto 4 door, radio, heater, clean $795 1951 Oldsmobile "88' 4 door, radio, heater, hydramatic, clean $795 1950 Ford Custom fudor. radio, heater, overdrive, clean $575 1952 Ford 4 ton with trrain bed, 14,000 actual miles ASCHERMANN MOTOR CO FORD DEALER TEL. 214 ARTHUR -II CHEVROLET. 1949 2-door. radio, heat er. Excellent condition. Terms. 1395 E. Grand. II 05 CHEVROLET 1949. 4 door, radio, and heater. Reed's Used Cars, North Main and KiriR. 1 1 07 CHEVROLET, 1950 2 door, radio, heater, whitewall tires, special price, $475. No down pavment. Don Freeman Used Cars, 2915 S. Oakland. 3-0421. . . 11 04 CHEVROLET 1950. 4 door Deluxe, sedan, radio, heater, powerglide Real sharp, no dnwn pavment just pay $31 Mo. 601 E. Wood. 8-5241. 11 04 'CHEVROLET 1951 DELUXE 4 door. A (tleaminc tu-tone, jet black over rich maroon. Has radio, heater, seat covers and set off with white wall tires. $745 EL BAUER 500 E. ELDORADO 11 I CHEVROLET. 1951 ton truck. extra good, price $600. Phillips "66" St.-, uon, Bethany, Ph. 162. 11 U4- CHEVROLET 1952. 2 door Deluxe, ra dio, heater, perfect condition. Only $695. Small down payment, 601 E. Wood. S-5241. M 04 CHEVROLET 1953 Bel Air sport coupe. 2-tone green, radio, heater, 1-owner. Perfect throughout. $1295. Carl's Used Cars BOODY, ILL. -11 04- CHEVROLET, 1953 Bel Air, looks and rum like new. $1175. 836 N. Main. 11 05 CHEVROLET. 1954, Corvette, low mileage; $1,995. 357 W. Decatur. CHEVROLET 1954 Bel Air hardtop, like new, will sell or trade. Private owner. 1283 E. Wood, 8-3601. 1 1 os- CHEVROLET. 1955 H ton 4 - speed transmission at a big saving. Rebman Chevrolet Co.. Illiopolis, Tel. 3201. Open Sun. A.M. II 05 DODGE 1948. 1 ton walk-in. Best offer. 1341 Sesom Dr. Ph. , 3-0348. 11 -04- DODGE 1949, 4 door, Meadowbrook, radio, heater; in tip top condition, on!' $350. lust pay $22 per roo. 601 Wood. 8-5241. -1 1 07- DODGE. 1950 Coronet. $395. Stud. baker, 1950, $395. Buick. .1948, $295. tvans uu CO., 3UZ fc. irairie. 11 05 DODGE 1950, very good condition: down payment. $31 pez month. 854 N. -JSthj -11 07- DODGE, 1955 hardlop, radio, heater, automatic transmission. Executive's car. $425 discount, new car guarantee Bltzer-Taggart, Dodge-Plymouth, Shelbyville, TeLl261. 11 05- FORD 1947: Plymouth 1947. 219 W. Cerro Gordo 3-6454. 11 06 FORD, 1948 pickup, H. Heavy duty, One owner. Radio, heater, overloads, grain bed, stock rack, grill guard, new paint. Sharp truck. Terms. Trade. Phone DUJl 1V1UHL1CEUO. II 04 FORD 1949 Custom "8". tudor. radio, healer, overdrive, white walls. $350. 3-3939. II 04- rOHD, 1949 rudor, clean. Uood condition. Good tires, radio, heater. 744 N. Edward after 5 p. m. 1 10- FORD, 1950: Dark green. Ph. 2-3996. 1526 Willard. 11 04- FORD, 1950, take over payments $7 week 930 t. UoCdll, 8-2919. 1 07- FORD. 3950 Customline fordor. radio, heater, very clean. Take over balance due of $396, pavments $26 a month. 450 E. Eldorado, 9021. 11 08 i-UKD, 1951, 4 door, nice dean car! Only $545. J & H Motor Sales, 2525 N. Water, 2-5193. 1 1 07- FORD 1951 Customline rudor, radio, heater. 37,000 actual miles. Can't be told from new. Big bargain. 450 E. Eldorado, 9021. 11 04 FORD, 1951, 2 door, very clean, low mileage. 1037 N. Edward. 11 04 FORD. 1951, 2 door Custom, radio. heater; $500. Nothing down, only $31.47 mo. 601 E. Wood, 8-5241. 11 10 FORD, 1952, IVi ton truck, stake body, A-l. 1452 N. Oakland. 11 04 FORD 1952, V8, 2-door, good tires, new battery, in good condition, $795. 3-2746. 11 04 FORD 1954, $1195, will trade for older car. Call any evening at 1660 W, Gar- -11 10- FORD: 1954, sale or trade. Please telephone 8-4728. 1 1 06 FORD, 1954 Custom tudor, radio, heater, overdrive 1951 Ford Victoria, radio, heater, overdrive 1951 Ford Custom fordor, radio, heater, overdrive 1950 Ford Custom tudor, radio, heater, oveTdrive HARBARGER MOTOR SALES FORD DEALER TEL. 2711 STONINGTON -11 04- FORD, 1955 F100 pickup, floor model, 8 cvlinder, heater, turn indicators 5-616-6 plv tires, $1295, $95 down, 30 months to pay. Graves Motor Co., Ford Dealer, Illiopolis. Open Sun. A. M. 11 OX FORD, 1955 Station Wagon, radio, heater, Fcrdomatic, white wall tires, custom interior. Like new throughout. Few miles. Terrific discount, 450 E. Eldorado. 9021. 11 06 FORD 1955. custom "8". 8.000 miles. Will sell or trade for older car. Owner; 5986. II 04 FORD 1955 F500, 1 Vi ton, floor model. 8 cylinder, 6-750-8 ply tires, 154" wheel base, vacuum booster brakes, aux iliary rear spring, heater, turn indicators S1795. Small down pavment! Graves Motor Cq., Ford Dealer Illiopolis, Open Sun. A. M. ii-v-oa INTERNATIONAL 1949 IVi ton, excellent 825x20 10 plv tires, very clean. $450. International Harvester Co., 400 1:. Main. -11 05 JEEP 1947, front wheel drive, 4 Snow- Grip tires, like new. Ph. 29-7496. MERCURY. 1946, club coupe. 1947 Plymouth. 4 door. 1951 DeSoto. 4 door. See Ivan Pratt at 880 V. Mckinley all day Sunday. 11 05 MERCURY 1949: 2 door. Overdrive, radio, heater. $325. Hazen Motor Sales, 160 IN . ilnd. 11 0 MERCURY. 1950 club coupe, radio, heater, S295. $5 down, $5 week. 744 h. Prairie. Tel. 6600. 11 04 MERCURY 1951. fordor. radio, heater, overdrive, lixtra nice. 503U. 3-ay.J9. 11 0 MERCURY 1954: 9,000 miles. Merc- O-Matic, Sell or trade for older model. 2-3729. 11 04 NASH 1953 STATESMAN 4-door. Overdrive.2 lone, whitewall tires. $ I 1 9 5 P. J.-s USED GARS 444 X. Broadway 3-1231 -11 05- NASH 1951 Custom, radio, heater, and overdrive. No down payment. Reed's Used Cars, N. Main and King. 11 04 NASH: with lower overhead we can sell at a lower price. See us before yon buy your new Nash. Finfrock Motor Sales, 700 . Main. Clinton, 111. Ph. 419. 1 OLDSMOBILE: 1941, hydramatic. reasonable offer. 2502 E. Main. Best OLDSMOBILE 1949 in good condition. Cheap. Phpne 3-7571. II 0-1 OLDSMOBILE. 1950 "88", hydramatic. radio, heater. Car belonged to local woman. $195 down. 8 36 N. Main. 1 1 04 OLDS MOBILE. 1955 "88" 2 door Holiday. Radio, heater, hydra-matic. like new. Harold Lipe Motor Salef. Hud-son-jfadcard Dealer, Pana, Tel. 6450. 11 05 PLYMOUTH 1933, 2 door, in good shape. 1049 S. 21st. 3-0371. -i i u- PLYMOUTH 1946: bodr perfect, will trade. 421 S. Water. 3-5502. 11 04 PLYMOUTH 1948. blue, fordor. white-wall tires. $250. 3981 E. Olive. 2-8434. II 05 PLYMOUTH 1949. heater; no down payment. Reed's Used Cars. North Main and King. 11 04 PONTIAC 1947, radio, heater. Runs good! $100. 760 W. Packard. 1 1 04 OLDSMOBILE 1948, ble new tires and paint, $125. 1312 S. Hilton. Automotive 1 1 t05 1A Burton, Geneva M. Services 1:00 p. ra. Tuesday, Chapel. Interment Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:00 p.m. Sunday. Dawson & Wilcoff -1A 04- Rees, Mrs. Jennie E. Services 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Chapel. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Clinton, HI. Friends may call at the funeral borne. J. J. Moran & Sons -1A 06- Ruley, Clyta N. Services 2:00 p.m . Tuesday, Tabernacle Baptist Church. Interment Graceland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:00 P-m. Sunday until 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, then at the Church from noon until service time. Dawson & Wikoff Funerals Central Illinois IB IB 04 Coffey, Catherine Services 2:00 p. m. (CDT) Sunday, Stonington Baptist Church. Interment Ponting Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. ATER MEMORJAL HOME BLUE MOUND, ILL. -IB 04- Evans, Jacob Edward Services 1:30 p.m. (CDT) Sunday, Chapel. Interment Campfield Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:00 p. m. Saturday. McMULLIN FUNERAL HOME SULLIVAN, ILL. Funeral Flowers 1C 08 - 1C HOURAN'S FUNERAL AND OTHER FLOWERS Phone 5305 "nv Tun rrn vcd'i tit j Card of Thanks 02 HILL. WILLIAM A.: We wish to thank i our friends, neighbors, relatives and churches for their many kindnesses and i floral offerings during our recent bereave-t ment. Mrs. William A. HiU and Family j 02 04 ' MRS. JENNIE RICHARDSON, who Has been sick since last r-ebruary, is convalescing in the Long Home, 1045 East Cleveland Avenue, and wishes to express her thanks to all friends and many people, wuom she did not know, who sent so many beautiful flowers and beautiful cards. x 02 04 RUNYEN, ELMER: We wish to thank our friends, neighbors. Local 685 and 979 U.A.W.A.F. of L. unions. Rev. Albright, Maroa firemen and auxiliary and nurse at D.&M.C. Hospital for their sympathy and kindness during our recent bereavement. All the Runyen Family Cemetery Lots & Monuments 05 -03 0 LOT 22 in Memorial Park. F. Buckles, Atlanta. 111. Write O. OS 10- OLD Capitol Monument Works. Box 27 Vandalia since 1920. Largest display of monuments, markers in Central, HI. Open daily Sun. afternoon. Cemetery Lots & Monuments 05 05 08 1 CEMETERY lots. Graceland cemetery, veteran addition. $200. 3-5987. -05 03 6 LOTS, Memorial Park, Masonic section. Sacrifice, $300. 2-7009. Masonic Temple Activities 6A 6A 04 ATTENTION Master Masons! Special Mid-West convention. Grotto class now being formed. Call Zohak Grotto Mon-ach, George V. Miller, 2-4034, for particulars. OA 05- GREAT LIGHT LODGE 1064: Stated meeting, Monday, 7:30 p. m. A 06- MACON CHAPTER 21: Stated convocation Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Fersonals 07 04 07 ALCOHOLICS Anonymous P.O. Box 903 -07 05- DON'T ENDANGER your job ind your family ties. Alcoholics can be helped. Glenwood House, Rt. 8, Ph. 8-3212. 07 05 ILLINOIS PUBLIC AID: Illinois Public Aid. We are authorized to fill all prescriptions and orders from your doctor approved bv the commission. Roth-John son Drug Store, 143 N. Water, 2-0189. 7 09 MR. & MRS. LEWIS DAY of Day's Heating Service wish 'to thank all persons for help and kindness to us during and since the fire at 326 N. East Ave. We -will continue in business taking calls from our home until we move to our new location in the very near future. O NORTH END Barber ShoD is now under i new management at 1579 N. Water. E. 1 tarks. Where to Go 7C -7C 04- A BAKED CHICKEN & DRESSING dinner with home made noodles, SI. Fried chicken dinner 75c. Child's Plate Vi price. Uptown Cafe. 531 N. Water. Free Parking all dav Sundav, M Vinson's Station. Open Mondav! 7C 0-1 ALL DAY TRAP SHOOT: Sun. Sept. 4. Turkeys, hams, bacon. Shells and lunch on grounds. U mile north of Maroa. Maroa Gun Club. 7C 0-1 ALL 8 HAMBURGERS. 4 frosty ihakes for $ 1 .49. Custard bv qt. Also cones. Fisher's. 2008 , William. 3-8500. Open 'til 12 p m. 7C 04 ARE you too warm? Stop in and relax and watch our 27" Majinavox TV. Lincoln Square Tavern 121 IS". Main. 7C 0-4 A sure way to have mom relax. Take her to the Pom Pom for dinner. 1098 W. Wood. T Bone steak $1.50. 7C 04 AT BUTTERFIELDS NEW CAFE Sunday chicken dinneT, Vi - pan fried chicken with milk Rravy. Serving starts at 1 1:30. South side of road in new Spaldini; BldR., Wyckles Corner. 3 Vi miles west Decatur on U.S. 36. 7C 0-1 A THICK. JUICY T-Bone steak, french fnes, salad, french fned onion nnRS, I roll, butter, coffee or tea. 51.' 5. bhore Drive Inn, 22nd & Cantrell. 1 CANDYLAND CAFE: Sullivan. Dining room service, air-con dtrionrd. Steaks, seafoods, lunches, Sunday dinners with dessert. $1.00. Enjoy good food in a friendly atmosphere. 7C 05 CHICKEN-FISH FRY: Macon Lepop Hall. Sponsered bv Macon Presbyterian C hurch. Monday, Sept. 5, Serving starts 4:00. Cafeteria. 7C 05 CHICKEN, steak and shrimp dinner, sandwiches, french fries, and salads. 4:30 to 11:30 p. m.. Tues.. through Sun. Friendlv Tavern. 3 135 Faries Tarkway. 7C 05 DANCE nnder the stars to the music of Wayne Karr and his orchestra Monday Sept. 5. Communitv Park. I.ovinR-ton. 111., 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. D.S.T. Outdoor platform. Sponsored by American Legion Post 429. Funerals Decatur 1A 06 Classified Advertising Office hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. week days. Sundays and holidays, by phone only. 4 to 6 p. m. Dial 5151. Classified rates, for set solid ads originating in Coles, Clay, Cumberland, Chris tian, jJewitt, Douglas, fcftingham, ta-yette, Jasper, Logan, Macon, Moultrie, fiatt, KicnJani, Sangamon, and Shelby counnes: 7 days. Consecutive 11 words, 2 lines $3.36 17 words, 3 lines 5.04 23 words, 4 lines 6.72 Each additional 6 words 1.68 1 da $0.52 1.04 .26 Rates cover nnbHcation in both The Her ald and The Review, week days. Rates are the same for Sundays and holidays. Cash rates apply only for payment within ten days of first publication. Charge rates, 5c per line per day higher. For advertising from outside above named counties, 32c per line per day, and cash with order except where credit has been established. Salesmen, Agents, Business Opportunity advertising, 32c pet line per day. Please report errors promptly. This newspaper can only be responsible fox one incorrect insertion. For contract rates, and other classified information: call 5151; write The Herald and Review Classified Dept., or inquire in person at the classified counter, 365 N. Main, Decatur, HI. Fire Calls Saturday 9:40 p.m. 1444 E. Whitmer St., fire in Lewis Day home from electric wiring, loss S600. Marriage License IN LOGAN Thomai Hunter, Lincoln, io Ann Baker. Atlanta. Delmar W. Au-amp and Carol Ann Coogan, both of Lincoln. Richard Sheley. Lincoln. Nancy Even, Sioux Palls, S. D. Edward C. McMahan and Josephine Wible, both of Champaign. IN RICHLAND James S. Anderson, 20, Lama Decker, 17, both of Dundas. Arthur Fool. 27, Calhoun, Betty Jo Mewes, 21, Olney. IN EFFINGHAM George C. Adman and Marilvn J. Baker, both of Arlington. Va. Arthur W. Tarr, Wheeler, Beverly Fulk, Dietcrich. Born To BORCHERS, Mr. and Mra. Robert B., 1470 W. Decatur, boy, Sept. 2, DSMC BULLAR. Mr. and Mr. lack. Olney, fdrl, Aug. 30, Richland Memorial, Olney. COOK, Mr. and Mrs. Dean, Noble, boy, Aug. 29, Richland Memorial, Olney. CORNWALL, M-. and Mrs. Dale, 225 N. Oakland Ave., girl, Sept. 2, St. Mary's. DAVIS, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, West Salem, boy, Aug. 31, Richland Memorial. Olney. DENTON. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, Olney, girl, Aug. 30, Richland Memorial, Olney. GOSDA, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Lincoln, girl, Sept. 2, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln. HALL, Mr. and Mrs. Carl L., 630 N. 34th. boy, Sept. 2, D&MC KOCHER. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Dun das. girl, Aug. 30, Richland Memorial, Olney. McADAMS, Mr. and Mrs. John C, 2009 N. Charles, girl, Sept. 2, D&MC McGLAUGHIN, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin, 559 N. Oakland Ave., boy, Sept. 2, St. Mary's. OLIVER. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan, Oblong, girl, Aug. 31, rlichland Memorial, Olney. PRICE, Mr. and Mrs. George E., Rural Route 2, giri, Sept. 2, D&MC SHAMHART, Mr. and Mrs. Perry, Mason, girl, Sept. 1, St. Anthony Memorial, Effingham. STALEY, Mr. and Mrs. Guy, Clay City, boy, Aug. 29, Richland Memorial, Olney. TEER, Mr. and Mrs. William M., 136 Mark, boy, Sept. 2, D&MC TILLEY, Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Effing- narn, girl, dept. 2, at. Antnony Memorial, Effingham. TOLLEY, Mr. and Mrs. Guy E., Oak- ley, giri, aepi. f LfA.it TURNER, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy, 3454 N. etiarles M., girl, Sept. 2, at. Mary s. WHALIN, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, Yale, hoy, Aug. 31, Richland Memorial, Olney. WOODCOCK, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Rural Route 4, boy, Sept. 2, D&MC Central Illinois Deaths COCHRAN, Mrs. Rulh. 61, Mattoon; died 4:30 p. m. Saturday in her home; leaves daughters, Mrs. James Wade, Mat-toon; Mrs. L. A. Neal, Albuquerque, N. M.; son, Marshall Cochran, Mat-toon; body in the Schilling Funeral Home, Mattoon; arrangements incomplete. ELLIS. Walter E.. 39. Mattoon; died 6:30 p. m. Saturday in Memorial District Hospital, Mattoon; body in the Schilling Funeral Home, Mattoon; arrangements incomplete. KOETZ. Mrs. Marilyn, 24, Herrick; killed in automobile accident 9:30 p.m. Friday on Route 40 east of Marshall; leaves husband, Ronald; daughter; mother, Mrs. Inez Manuel, Herrick; sister, .Miss Linda Sarver, Herrick; four brothers, Gerald. Gene and Jennings, all of Herrick, James, Decatur: body in Wallace A Son FuneTal Home, Herrick; funeral arrangements incomplete. LAMP, Emest Victor, 69, of near Flora; died 1:30 p. m. Saturday in Clay County Hospital, Flora; leaves sisters, Mrs. Ella Theobald and Miss Edith Lamp, both of Flora; brothers. Charles, Clay Cirv; William. Flora; services 2 p. m. (CST) Monday in Beulah Church, near Flora; burial Elmwood Cemetery, Flora; Hancock Funeral Home; Flora, in charge. MORRIS, John L.,- 84, Edinburg. died 11:35 p. m. Friday in St. Vincent Hospital, Tavlorville; leaves wife, Ella; son, M. D. Morris, Tulsa, Okla.; daughter, Mrs. John F. Achenbach, Taylorville; services 3 p. m. (CDT) Sunday in Davis Funeral Home, Edinburg; burial Edinburg Cemetery. ROETKER. Aloysius B 57, Mattoon; died 11:30 p. m. Friday in his home; leaves wife, Minnie; brother, Joe. Sigel; sisters. Miss Clara Roetker, Sigel: Mrs. Alfred Hardieck, Teutopolis: sen-ices 9 a. m. (CDT) Monday in Church of the Immaculate Conception, Mattoon: burial Dodge Grove Cemetery: Schilling Funeral Home, Mattoon, 'in charge. SWEET, Mrs. Mary E., 81. of near Olney: died Saturday at home of son, Andrew Merritt. near Olney: also leaves sister. Mrs. Dora Jansen, Olney; services 2 p. m. (CST) Monday in Summers-Wilson Funeral Home, Olney; burial Tuesday in Joliet. TAYLOR. Mrs. Delia Elizabeth. 75. Season, died 10:40 a. m. Saturday in St. Clara's Hospital. Lincoln; leaves husband, James Albert; sons, Wralter, Bea-son: James, Griggsville: Rav, Lincoln; daughters, Mrs. Lola Lucas, Millhrae, Calif,; Laura T.ylor. Lincoln; brother. William Harlow. Pittsfield; services 2 p. m. (CDT) Monday in Dammerman & Fricke Funeral Home, Lincoln; burial Beason Cemetery. WILLETT, Harvey W., 72. Mattoon; died Friday nieht in IOOF Home, Mattoon: leaves wife, Olive; daughter. Mrs. M. E. Good. Muncie, Ind.; services 2 p. m. (CDT) Sundav in IOOF Home ihapel, burial in IOOF Home cemetery. Funeral Directors 01 06 01 SERVING FAITHFULLY the people of Decafur and its suround-ing territory for three generations. BRINTLINGER'S 500 V. MAIN TEL. 2-8371 In Memorlam 03 -OA 04- DEEM. GEORGE. W.: In memory of our beloved Dad on his birthdav. Sallr, Bob and Morris. J. L TALLMAN 540 N. Franklin Ph. J 97-1 -11 t7- CLEAN UP SALE 1955 Srodebaker Vi ton troci. Lfka ww 1950 Srudehaicer Commander 4 door. Regal deluxe. Very clean. BOWEN MOTOR COMPANY BEMENT, HX.. PH. 4511 Open Til 9, lust. An Day -11 05- Do You WISH TOU HAD BOUCHT A BETTER CAR SATURDAY? Older Cars Wanted AT STARR'S BRING THAT OLDIE DOWN AND USE IT FOR THE DOWN PAYMENT ON A RELIABLE RECONDITIONED, STARR USED CAR. W. C. Starr, Inc. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTIMMPERIAL N. Main at William ECONOMY SPECIAL 1952 STUDEBAKER Champion four door. A crisp light (rrern st off with white wheel discs. Ha heater, defroster, turn signals, seat covers and overdrive. $495 EL BAUER 500 E. ELDORADO Ford A-1 1952 PLYMOUTH CONVERTIBLE. F946A. Sporry-loking red finish, radio, beater, back-up Iteht. twin tpot lights, and fog light, i 105.00. 195? FORD CUSTOMLINE 4-door. F106A. Turn indicators, radio, heater, and a lustrous dark blue. $1195.00. JOHN DICK Rechtin-Hupp TORD DEALER PRAIRIE ft JACKSON -II 04- Get Your LABOR DAY BARGAIN TILL 1:00 TODAY We Will Be Closed MWaT NOLEN'S Broaduay & E. Prairie -II- 3- Housc Trailer Mobile Hornet Don't Mi Seeing The Large Selections of Mobiie Homes At BARDINS'S Among Manv Others Sec the 2-Bedroom, 45 Ft. 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