The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois (2024)

Where to Go 7C IC 04 RUMMAGE SALE: Thurs. througb except Sunday, 9 to 5 p.m. 910 N. Water. Everyone welcome.

7C 04 RUMMAGE SALE, 545 N. Broadway, Sun. thru Wed. 11 to 7 p.m. Most things reduced 20 pet.

for complete sellout. Thank you. 7C 03 RUMMAGE SALE: 1917 E. William Furniture, 22-bolt action rifle, clothing, piano. Tues Wed, 7 a.m.

8 p.m. 7C 06 RUMMAGE SALE: 300 W. Madison, Moweaqua. Thurs. after 6 P.M.

All day Sat. Clothing, dishes, some antiques, cookware, etc. 7C 06 SOUP SUPPER by C. W. F.

Harristown Christian Church, Nov. 6, serving at 5 P.M. Chilli, vegetable soup sandwiches, salad, pie coffee. 7C 07 WARRENSBURG-LATHAM P.T.A. Chili Supper, Warrensburg Junior High School 5 p.m.

Sat. Nov. 7. Games, eats, tun. Everyone welcome.

Lost and Found 10 10 06 BILLFOLD, lost, man's, tan color papers badly needed. $10 reward. 423-8867. 10 09 DOG, Beagle, black white. License No.

1561, strayed vicinity of 1401 N. Water. Reward. Ph. 423-5796.

10 06 (5) $20 BILLS lost either in 100 E. Prairie or 900 blk. N. Water. Badly needed.

Reward. 423-4792. Automotive 11 03 ANGLIA, 1958, good condition. Lots of economy here! $225. Stevenson's Garage, 3460 E.

William. 422-5051. 11 05 BUICK 1950, straight 8, Dynaflow, clean old car. 1958 Ford, 6 cylinder, stick. Bob's Auto Sales, Moweaqua, ph.

768-4971 11 03 BUICK. 1964 Special Wagon, V-8, automatic, steering brakes, 10,000 1- owner miles. Just like new. CHEVROLET, 1964 Bel Ail 4-door, white with red interior, -P engine, powerglide, power steering, low mileage, fully guaranteed CHEVELLE, 1964 Wagon loaded with extras, few miles, fully guaranteed. CHEVROLET, 1964 4-door Sedan, 6 standard, fully equipped near new, large discount.

CHEVROLET, 1962 Super Sport Coupe, autumn gold, matching interior, loaded with extras, cleanest in county. CHEVROLET, 1962 Impala 2-door hardattractive yellow with matching interior, 250 V-8, automatic, teacher's car. Gadberry Chevrolet CERRO GORDO, MI. Decatur Cerrp, Guido Dial 429-1824 8861 11 05 BUICK. 1954, A-1, $95: Buick, 1955, straight shift, A-1, $145; Chevrolet, 1956 station wagon, straight shift, A-1, $295; Rambler, 1957 station wagon, A-1, $225; Rambler, 1956 station wagon, real nice, $295: Pontiac, 1953.

nice. $125; Chevrolet. 1952. A-1, $75; Ford, 1953, like new, $195; Oldsmobile, 1954, $35; 2-wheel trailer, nice, $65; 1-ton air conditioner like new, $50: small air compressor, $15; 50 tires and wheels like new, all sizes. Hank's Auto Sales, 2809 N.

Woodford. 11 05 BUICK 1964 Wildcat door, power steering brakes, 10,000 actual miles. New car guarantee. CHEVROLET 1963 Biscayne 4 door, cylinder, standard shift, radio, heater, 1 owner. New car guarantee.

PONTIAC 1962 Bonneville 4 door hardtop, air conditioned, power steering brakes; hydramatic. Lots of extras. Real sharp. CHEVROLET 1961 door sedan, 348 engine, standard shift. FORD 1961 4 door, V8, automatic.

Clean. CHEVROLET 1960 door 6 passenger station wagon, 6 cylinder, power glide, 1 owner. Sharp. EXCELLENT SELECTION of 20 older models. All makes models to choose from.

Jack Troesch Chev. ASSUMPTION PH. 1276 11 06 CHEVROLET 1948 pickup, transmission, utility body. Decatur Mobile Home Center, 1515 E. Pershing.

11 06 CHEVROLET, 1951, truck, grain bed and stock rack, hoist, in good condition. Noble Adams, Warrensburg, ph. 3183. 11 08 CHEVROLET, 1955 $345 6 cyl. 4 door.

Straight shift. Also many more '54 to clean quality priced cars. See us before you buy. TOWN 'N COUNTRY MOTORS 2882 N. OAKLAND PH.

877-4451 11 03 CHEVROLET, 1955, 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder, automatic. Local car, one owner. Low mileage, $59 down. 836 N. Main.

11 03 CHEVROLET. 1956 Bel Air, extra clean, good condition, Ph. Maroa 794-5566. 11 05 CHEVROLET 1956, V8, automatic, passenger wagon, $300. Phone 429-4802 after 11 06 CHEVROLET 1957 2 door hardtop, V8, with floor shift, jet black.

1117 E. Pershing. 877-5577. 11 05 CHEVROLET, 1957, engine, excellent condition, ph. 877-1367.

11 06 CHEVROLET, 1957, 6 straight stick, excellent condition. Long's Garage, 2950 E. Locust. Ph. 422-6183.

11 04 CHEVROLET, 1958, 2 door, automatic Sharp, $595. 1955 Chevrolet, cylinder, $295. Archie's, 511 E. Prairie. 11 03 CHEVROLET 1958, 2 door, 6 cyl.

stick, sharp. PJ's Used Cars, 444 N. Broadway, 423-1231. 11 08 CHEVROLET 1958 2 door hardtop, V8, automatic, $495. $45 down, payments $21 mo.

1495 E. Pershing, 877-4346. 11 06 CHEVROLET, 1959 Impala 2-door hardtop. Automatic, small V-8. You'll never find a cleaner, sharper car than this unless it's new.

Carl's Auto Sales, Boody, Ph. Elwin 2514. 11 03 CHEVROLET, 1959, Impala, convertible, V8 automatic. In show room condition, $79 down. 836 N.

Main. 11 08 CHEVROLET, 1960, V8, tractor with sleeper. Excellent condition. Good tires. Glatz Truck Trailer Sales, 1304 E.

Eldorado. 11 06 CHEVROLET, 1960, 9 passenger wagon, V-8 automatic, power steering, seat belts, great shape! Hauls everything, surf boards to scouts. Have your mechanic check it. 428-3455, hours 8-5. 11 03 CHEVROLET 1960 2 door Biscayne, cylinder, standard, clean, apove average condition.

Will trade for older car $975. 428-4545. 11 04 CHEVROLET, '1961 Bel Air 4-door automatic transmission, air conditioning. 1962 Pontiac Catalina 4-door, radio, heater, automatic transmission, 1960 Falcon Ranchero 2-door, standard shift. Bitzer Taggart, Shelbybille, Tel.

1261. 11 06 CHEVROLET, 1961, Impala, white convertible, all power. A perfect car. Motors, 2525 N. Water, 877-5193.

11 06 CHEVROLET 1961 Bel Air 4 door, V8, owner, automatic. $1395 CORVAIR 1963 4 speed, 1 owner, 27,000 actual miles. $1595 Bill Murray Chevrolet MONTICELLO PH. 2158 PAGE FOURTEEN 30 men work around 'Around for and the the you women clock, world are asking facts, news- and at questions, getting digging out the stories from near and far that will be published in this newspaper. For less than the fee combined per price day, of a efforts you cup buy of of cof- the literally thousands of to people.

through be well- It America's costs -informed so little free press. Help keep it that way by speaking up whenever freedom of the press is challenged for this is always a challenge to your facts. right to know the and A Decatur Herald and Review Serving 66,786 subscribers in Central and Southeastern Illinois THE DECATUR REVIEW Central Illinois Deaths Funerals--Decatur 1A 1A 05 HASLETT, Orlando 82, Vandalia; died 1:40 p.m. Sunday, Fayette County Hospital; leaves sons, Henry, Centralia; Earl and Marion, both of Harvey; daughter, Mrs. Sally Hall, Harvey; step-sons, Ernest Durbin, Vandalia; Lawrence, Durbin, Decatur; step-daughters, Mrs.

Marie Lansford, Mrs. Mildred Pryor, Mrs. Edna Smith and Miss Edith Durbin, all of Vandalia; Miss Sylvia Durbin, East St. Louis; services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Beery-Holt Funeral Home, Vandalia; burial, Fairlawn Cemetery; call after 5 p.m.

Tuesday at the funeral home. JACKSON, Leo, 74, Louisville, died 10:05 a.m. Sunday, Memorial Hospital, Fairfield; leaves wife, Rena; son, James, Leo, Evansville, step-son, Philip Henley, St. Louis, daughter, Mrs. William (Patty) Kuhlig, Louisville; stepdaughters, Mrs.

Maxine Mannard, Mrs. Eleanor Shaw, both of Muncie, Mrs. Anna- Marie Mohan, St. Louis, services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Neal Funeral Home, Louisville; burial Garden of Memories Cemetery, south of Louisville; call at funeral home.

METTENDORF, Louis Joseph, 77, near Neoga, died about 12:05 p.m. from intoon Memorial Hospital; leaves wife, Neljuries in auto accident, Monday in Matlie; sons, Louis, Teutopolis; Morris, Neoga; Richard, Sigel; daughter, Mrs. liam Higgenbotham, Danville; serves 10 a.m. Thursday, St. Mary of the Assumpton church, Neoga; burial St.

Michael's Cemetery, Sigel; call after p.m. Wednesday, Swengel Funeral Home, Neoga. POLAND, Mrs. Violet 60, near Sullivan, died 5 a.m. Monday at home; leaves son, Bob Bernius, Sullivan; brother, Garrett Burtcheard, Sullivan: sisters, Miss Lillie Burtcheard, Sullivan; Mrs.

Myrtie Bathe, Allenville; Mrs. Daisy Kawaski, Decatur; Mrs. Inis Jelnings, Metropolis; Mrs. Martha Bryant, Decatur; Mrs. Augusta Layne, Richards Gebour Air Force Base, services 1:30 p.m.

Wednesday, McMullin Funeral Home, Sullivan; burial, French Cemetery, near Sullivan; call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at funeral home. SAMS, Wayne Harvey, 70, Wynoose, died Sunday at home; leaves wife, Evelyn; sons, Robert Wayne, Fordsville, Clayton, Wayne, daughters. Mrs. Vera Sterry, Danville; Mrs.

Louise, Witzgall, Romulus, Mrs. Betty Lou Valdez, Detroit. services 2 p.m. Tuesday, EUB Church. Wynoose; burial.

Macedonia Cemetery; call at SummersRainey Funeral Home, Olney until noon Tuesday, then at church. SCHNEITER. Fred, 82, Olney, retired businessman, died Sunday morning at home; leaves wife, Winnie; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Pole, Birmingham, Mrs. Virginia Forsyth, Olney; sister, Mrs.

Tilley Rolli, Olney; services 2 p.m. Tuesday, Schaub Funeral Home, Olney; burial, Haven Hill Cemetery, Olney. SHERWOOD, Mrs. Jennie, 79, Lakewood, died 7:45 a.m. Monday at home; leaves daughter, Mrs.

Dortha McDonald, Tower Hill; sons, Cecil. Lakewood: Marion, Girard; sisters, Mrs. Margaret Lamb, Vandalia; Mrs. Leta Schempf, Assumption; Mrs. Mary Connelly, Harvard; brothers, Henry, Evans, Lakewood: Charles C.

Evans, Cowden; Ray Evans, Herrick; services 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Lockart Son Funeral Home, Shelbyville; burial, Tower Hill Cemetery; call after. 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. WHITE, Mrs.

Olive 47, Chicago, formerly of Gays, died Saturday at home; leaves husband, James; daughter, Peggy, at home; sisters, Mrs. Oris DeLong. Neoga; Miss Merle Winings and Mrs. Hilmar Ballard, both of Chicago: brothers. Paul Winings, Washington, D.C.; Morris Winings, Gays; Glenn Winings, Chicago: p.m.

Wednesday. Schilling Funeral Home, Mattoon; burial Dodge Grove Cemetery: call after 5 p.m. Tuesday at funeral home. WILLIAMS, Charles 71, formerly of Olney, died Friday, Hines Veterans Administration Hospital, Maywood; leaves daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Stilling, Granada Hills, sisters, Mrs.

Nellie Enloe, Jeff; Mrs. Rubie Dugan, Wynoose: Mrs. Leo Daubs, Calhoun; Mrs. Helen Wells, Clay City; brother, Elbert, Clay City; services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Schaub Funeral Home, Olney; burial, Williams Cemetery.

WOLEVER. Mrs. Anna Wright, 84, Tuscola, died 5:20 a.m. Monday, Jarman Hospital, Tuscola; services 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Waddington Funeral Home, Tuscola; burial, Tuscola Cemetery; call after 7 p.m.

Tuesday at the funeral home. Funeral Directors 01 01 04 BRINTLINGER'S FUNERAL HOME Decatur's Oldest Funeral Home Harold B. Brintlinger DECATUR AND CERRO GORDO 422-8571 2221 Funerals--Decatur 1A 1A 03 Brackett, Sarah Services 1 p.m. Tuesday, First Church of the Nazarene. Interment Fairlawn Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home until 10 a.m. Tuesday and then at the church until service time. J. J. Moran Sons 1A 04 Bushart, Bessie Services 3 p.m.

Wednesday, Chapel. Cremation to follow. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday.

Dawson Wikoff 1A 03 Dolison, Arthur Logan Remains sent from Moran's Funeral Home to Zahn-Schneider Funeral Home in Lafayette, Indiana. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday with burial in Dayton Cemetery, Dayton, Indiana. J. J.

Moran Sons 1A 05 Hart, Samuel H. Services 1 p.m. Thursday, Chapel. Interment Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m.

Wednesday. Dawson Wikoff 1A 04 Jordan, Max Robert Services 1 p.m. Wednesday, Chapel. Interment Macon County Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home after p.m.

Tuesday. Dawson Wikoff 1A 03 Miller, Emanuel C. Services 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Chapel. Interment Graceland Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home. J. J. Moran Sons 1A 04 Murrell, Bertha Services 10 a. m.

Wednesday, Chapel. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. J.

J. Moran Sons Insurance 06 06 06 LOU O'DELL Herm Wampler Agency. Auto, Home, Life, Hospital. (0'Dell) 428- 4960. (Wampler) 428-2904.

Decatur, Illinois, Automotive 11 03 CHEVROLET, 1961: Impala 4-door, hardtop, power steering Chevrolet 1959 Impala V-8, 4-door, hardtop, power steering. Carl Grabb Motors Rambler Dealer, Shelbyville, ph. 11 03 CHEVROLET, 1961, Wagon, 9 passenger, V8 automatic. Like new inside and out, $79 down. 836 N.

Main. 11 08 CHEVROLET 1961 ton, 8' bed, stick. $99 down, payments $41.75 mo. 1495 E. Pershing, 877-4346.

11 03 CHEVROLET, 1962, ton pickup, V8, fleetside, 8 ft. bed, 6 ply tires, sell or trade for older truck. Call Oreana 795. 4487. 11 09 CHEVROLET 1962 Impala door, 6 cyl, overdrive, radio, clean $1575.

Ford 1964 Galaxie 500 hardtop, 2 door, demo. V8, cruisamatic, power steering, vinyl trim, radio, white sidewalls, air conditioned. $2938. ASCHERMANN FORD ARTHUR PH. 214 11 03 CHEVROLET 1963 Corvair, 20,000 miles, new tires.

Kilborn's, 235 W. Wood. 11 06 CHEVROLET 1963: Super Sport hardtop, all white with black interior. 327-300 engine. speed On the floor.

Really a sharp one. $1995. Al Fritz Motors, 1810 E. Eldorado. 11 03 CHEVROLET 1963 ton, speed, wheel drive, 11,000 miles.

Kilborn's. 235 W. Wood. 11 03 CHEVROLET 1964 Impala hardtops. Automatic, power steering.

Extra sharp. Choice of 2. City Motors Eldorado Main. 428-9011; 423-7785. 11 06 CHEVROLET 1964 Impala super sport $2295 63 Cadillac coupe de Ville, air $3995 Ford fastback, excellent $1995 '62 Impala 4 door, power, like new $1595 '61 Olds 4 door F85, perfect.

Blue. $1295 Chevy 4 door, 6, automatic, $995 '60 Falcon Ranchero. Red white $895 60 Impala 4 door hardtop, power $1095 Pontiac 2 door Starchief, power $1095 '60 Chevy 4 door, 6, automatic $1095 '60 Chevy door, 6, stick $895 '59 Chevy wagon, V-8, automatic $995 '59 Ford wagon, V-8, automatic $495 '59 Ford door. V-8, stick $495 '59 Olds door, automatic, power $895 '58 Chevy wagon, V-8, automatic $495 '57 Olds Fiesta wagon, nice $495 '57 Ford "500" hardtop, black $395 BARGAIN BUYS '59 Lark door, 6, automatic $295 '58 Ford wagon, V-8, automatic $150 '57 Dodge wagon, V-8, automatic $150 '56 Lincoln door, V-8, runs good $150 '57 Ford 4 door, V-8, stick $150 '55 Chevy 4 door, 6, good runner $150 COLE 920 W. ELDORADO PA.

429-2214 11 04 interior. An excellent buy! Baum Chevrolet Buick CLINTON, PH. 935-3156 Open evenings by appointment CHEVY 1962 2-door hardtop, 6 power glide, radio. White with red 11 06 CHEVROLET 1965 Impala door, V8, straight power steering, white with red interior, 607 Mi. 1117 E.

Pershing, 877-5577. 11 03 CHRYSLER, 1956. $148; 1954 Olds, $148. Midway Motors, 905 W. Grand, 423-1913.

We finance. 11 03 CHRYSLER. 1957 4-door, good condition. No money down. Stevenson's Garage, 3460 E.

William St. 422-5051. 11 03 CHRYSLER. 1964 convertible, white all power, 14,000 miles. Kilborn's.

235 W. Wood. 11 04 CORVAIR, 1964: 95 pickup truck. Less than 5,000 actual miles. Like new condition.

Citizen's National Bank. 428-6661 11 06 DODGE, 1950, ton pickup truck. Unusually good condition. Inquire Byers TV. 1028 N.

Main. 11 03 DODGE, 1959, 4 door Coronet, V-8 automatic, like new inside and out, $795. Callison Ford Sales. Moweaqua. 768-3217.

11 05 DODGE 1960, 6 cylinder, door, standard shift, real good car, by owner. 877- 6555. 11 03 DODGE 1961 Phoenix Convertible, V8, power. all white. Only $1195.

Sunshine Motors, Grand Rt. 48, 428-1565. "Where the customers send their friends." 11 03 DODGE, 1964, custom 9 passenger wagon, all power, dual air, low miles. Kilborn's, 235 W. Wood.

11 407 EDSEL, 1958, door, 303 horsepower, stick shift, very good condition, $400. Ph. Windsor GL9-2266. 11 04 FALCON, 1960, 2 door, standard shift, radio, heater, whitewalls. Just $588.

249 S. Oakland, 423-7175. 11 06 FALCON 1964 Sprite V8, straight shift, like new. '59 Ford 2 door. 6, stick, sharp.

877-5577. 11 06 FORD 1924 Model 4-door sedan, rough. Phone Maroa 794-3926 after 6. 11 06 FORD, 1955, 4 door sedan, V8, excellent condition, 60,000 miles. Clean, must sell.

Only $295. 423-4336. 11 06 FORD 1957 wagon, V-8, automatic, good condition, special $295. Skyway Motors, 2900 N. Water.

877-6815. 11 06 FORD, 1958 dual wheel 1-ton chassis cab; 1958 Ford Ranchero; '61 '62 Ford pickups. McDavid Motors, Nokomis, Ph. 281. 11 03 FORD, 1958.

Fairlane Thunderbird 352 engine, very good condition. Phone 422-0954. 11 03 FORD, 1958 fordor, 6 automatic, extra nice. Payments low as $25 mo. with good credit.

Stevenson's Garage, 3460 E. William St. 422-5051. 11 03 FORD 1959, Fairlane V8, 2 door, automatic, good condition. $495.

Private owner. 428-3935. :1 03 FORD, 1959: F600, 292 V-8 engine completely overhauled. New 13' grain bed. Bridges Sales Service, Rt.

16. Windsor. Ph. GL 9-2133. 11 07 FORD 1959 Galaxie, 4 door, V8 automatic, like new tires.

real sharp 1 owner car, $875 or best offer. Ph. 877-6741. 11 06 FORD 1959 Galaxie 4 door, V3. automauc, radio.

heater, power steering, new whitewalls. Sharp car. Decatur Mobue Home Center, 1515 E. Pershing. 11 04 FORD 1960 Country sedan, V-8, automatir, low mileage, $795.

Platzbecker Motor 671 E. Wood. 423-9836. 11 05 FORD, 1960. Fairlane Automatic, V-8, 2 door, radio and heater.

Must sell, being furnished company car. $700. 428- 2376. 11 FORD, 1960 ranch wagon, V8, radio heater. Good condition.

7671 Water St. 11 04 FORD. 1960 Starliner 4-door hardtop, Perfect. A Motors. 2525 N.

Water. Phone 877-5193. 11 04 FORD 1962, ton pickup F-100, perfect condition, $1395. -No trade-ins. Pb.

422- 0436 or 422-6751. 11 02 FORD, Galaxie, Fastback, like new, 15,000 miles. $150 and take over payments. Call 428-5534. 11 09 FORD, 1965, Mustang, very sharp condition, 4000 miles, dark blue interior exterior, automatic transmission, 289 engine.

Must sell this week. Price $2840. 423-8941. Tuesday, November 3, 1964. The Decatur Review RATES BY MAIL In Trading Area Daily and Sunday Daily except Sunday year $15.50 1 year $13.00 months 8.00 months 7.00 months 4.25 months 3.75 month 1.50 month 1.25 week .45 week 35 Sunday Only-1 Year $8.00 Outside of Trading Area Daily and Sunday Daily except Sunday 1 year $22.00 1 year $17.00 6 months 11.75 months 9.25 months 6.25 3 months 5.00 month 2.50 month 2.00 week .70 week 55 Sunday Only-1 Year $8.00 Carrier rates apply on subscriptions oy mail in any town or territory having rier service.

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10:39 -1700 Brush College Road. attended trash fire, no loss Tuesday 3:59 a.m. -825 N. Broadway, mattress fire, caused by smoking in bed, no injury loss $10.

Traffic Arrests AULAUF, Fletcher Arenzville, $15, disobeyed traffic signal. BANCROFT, John, 3025 N. Kent $15, speeding. BUCHANAN, Lester Monticello, $25, speeding. CALLENDER, Terry Sullivan, $15, improper muffler.

CHABOT, Dennis Michael, 2233 Oaklawn $18, speeding. DAHLBECK, Alfred Gunner Monterey Park, $25, too fast for conditions. DAVIS, Delbert Ray, Arthur, $25, no driver's license. DAVIS, Louis 1538 E. Marietta $15, unlawful use of driver license.

DOUGLAS, Philip Roger, 361 N. College leaving scene of accident charge dismissed by Magistrate James R. Palmer, $5 costs paid. GESSMAN, Edward, 2841 Cardinal court. $15, failure to yield right-of-way.

HARTWIG, Michael 29 Forest Knolls, $20, speeding. HATCH, Floyd 1865 E. Prairie $25, no driver's license. HINTON, Phillip 422 N. Witt $40, speeding; $15, ran stop sign.

LUTTRELL, Gerald 898 Haynes $25, speeding. MCKIBBEN, John Lerna, $15, speeding. McRAE, John Dalton City, $20, speeding. MURRAY, Floyd Lyle, 1977 E. Prairie $25, speeding.

NORTHERN, Albert Indianapolis, $15, no safety sticker on truck. PACELY, Russell Route 3, $17, speeding. PILCHER. Cecil Route 2, Moweqaua, PLUMART, Victor Leroy, Champaign, $30, speeding. PUNDT, Herman Eugene, 1345 N.

Water $15, speeding. SMITH, Elvin 916 N. College $15, too fast for conditions. WALDEN, Carl Henry, Glasgow, $15, no safety sticker on truck. WALKER, James Route 1, Sullivan, $16, speeding.

WILSON, Johnnie, Champaign, $15, speeding. Born To BEGOLKA, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, Lincoln, boy, Nov. 1, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln BUCKNER, Mr.

and Mrs. John, Lincoln, girl, Nov. 2, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln CUTLIP, Mr. and Mrs. R.

Lynn, Lincoln, boy, Oct. 31, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln DEJARNETTE, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit, Lincoln, girl, Oct. 31, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln ELMER, Mr.

and Mrs. Marshall, Menasha, boy, Nov. 2, St. Mary's GRUNDLER, Mr. and Mrs.

Robert, Lincoln, boy, Nov. 2, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln HENRY, Mr. and Mrs. Larry 1625 Folk, boy, Nov. 2, PLUMMER, Mr.

and Mrs. Jack, Bement, boy, Nov. 2, SCHROAT, Mr. and Mrs. Everett 714 W.

Main, girl, Nov. 2, SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. R. Route 2.

boy, Nov. 2, TAYLOR, Mr. and Mrs. Larry, Lincoln, boy, Nov. 2, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln TORREZ, Mr.

and Mrs. Samuel, 12 Medial Drive, girl, Nov. 2, St. Mary's Central Illinois Deaths BARKER, Myra Jean, 16, Kansas, dead on arrival 7:35 p.m. Sunday at Charleston Community Hospital; leaves parents, Lewis and Wilma Barker, Kansas; brother, David, Springfield; sisters, Mrs.

Janice Lang, Harrison; Joanna, at home; grandparents, Virgil Barker, Montezuma, Mrs. Janet Boling, Gary, services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Kansas Christian Church; burial, Oakland Cemetery, Montezuma, call at Sadler Funeral Home, Kansas. HARRIS, George 99, Mattoon, retired carpenter; died 5:30 a.m. Monday at IOOF Hospital, Mattoon; leaves sons, E.

E. Harris, Ferguson, William, Day. ton, Ohio; Leslie, Bloomington; George, East St. Louis; daughter, Mrs. Mamie Seibold, Buffalo, N.Y.: services 2:30 p.m.

Wednesday; Kurris Funeral Home, East St. Louis; burial, Mount Hope Cemetery, Belleville; Trefftzs Funeral Home, Mattoon, in charge. PASLEY, Mrs. Mina 72, Bethany, died 3:15 p. m.

Monday in St. Mary's Hospital, Decatur; leaves husband, Virgil; daughter, Mrs. Zelma Dye, Indianapolis; brother Earl Windell, Bethany; services 2 p. m. Wednesday at Tohill Funeral Home, Bethany; burial Mount Zion Cemetery; call after 7 p.

m. Tuesday at funeral home. Rowe. Arthur N. Services 1:30 p.m.

Thursday, Brintlinger's Funeral Home where friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Clinton, Ill. BRINTLINGER'S 1A 03 Voyles, A. W.

Services 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dawson Wikoff Chapel. Friends may call at the funeral home. Interment Graceland Cemetery. Dawson Wikoff Funerals--Central Illinois 1B 1B 04 REED, HAROLD (JIM) Services 2 p.m.

Wednesday, Chapel. Interment Maroa Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. RUBLE FUNERAL HOME MAROA, ILLINOIS Funeral Flowers 1C 1C 07 aaaa BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS HOURANS Ph. 429-5305 Ph.

429-5281 Park Shop Tickets Available 1C 06 FLOWERS SAY It Best! Sympathy, friendship, love or "thank you. Call Zips, 428-3481, 313 N. Main. Card of Thanks 02 02 03 WE WISH TO THANK Mrs. Wakefield her nurses for the care kindness they a gave our mother for the past 3 months.

The family of Mrs. Wathena Anderson. In Memoriam. 03 of our loved passed away ESCHABAUGH, LEE: In RICKEY, 1 year ago today. We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another year; In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are ever near.

Sadly missed by Brothers, Sister, Mother Father Masonic Temple Activities 6A 6A 04 BEMENT LODGE NO. 365: 2nd degree, Nov. 4, 7 p.m. Refreshments. Visitors welcome.

6A 03 MACON CHAPTER 21: Stated Convocation Tuesday. 7:30 P.M. All RAM Members urged to attend. 6A 04 STEPHEN DECATUR LODGE NO. 979: Second degree, Nov.

7 p.m. Visitors welcome refreshments. 6A 04 ZOHAK GROTTO: Stated meeting Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. All members urged to attend. WILL debts myself.

Fairlawn. WANTED Angeles, expenses. 877-1470. Personals 07 07 06 NOT be responsible for any contracted by anyone other than Raymond A A. Curry, 980 N.

07 06 to ride with someone to Los Calif. Will help drive share Must leave by at least Sun. Business Personals 7A 04 PAT JACOBS, stylist, wishes to welcome old new customers to Fandel's Hair Fashions, 2721 N. 22nd. 428-7515.

7A 04 WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING of Corley's Western Wear Store. 1675 S. Franklin St. Rd. (Originally Lighthouse Motel) Where to Go 7C 04 A BASKET of Chicken.

3 French fries, Slaw roll, 75c carry out. 8 Hamburgers 4 shakes $1.49, carry out. Fisher's, 2008 E. William, 423-8500. 7C 05 A HOOTENANNY at Maroa High School Nov.

5th. 8 p.m. Donation adults S1, students 50c, pre-school children free. The Swingsters, Harvey Guitar, Mamany others. Sponsors.

Maroa-Forsyth jestics, Velma Weber, "Taro High School PTA. 7C 03 SURE CURE for that tired out feeling is relaxing in the Lincoln Square Lounge, 121 N. Main. 7C 07 ALWAYS a better time at Ken's Tap. The Weber Combo plays Fri.

Sat. 9:30 to 12:30. 230 Wood. 7C 09 ATTENTION ALL steak lovers! Really delectable Club, Rib Eye T-Bone broiled steaks, prepared in their new broiler, melt in your mouth when you dine at Rangos. co*cktails available.

Bring the lady friend this evening. 337 N. Main. 7C BAZAAR, Country Store: Ham Chicken Supper, 5:00 p.m., Nov. 5, Zion Chapel Methodist Church, off Rt.

48, south of Boody. 7C 05 BAZAAR: Christ Methodist Church, Summit Center Streets, Nov. 5, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Christmas shop early.

Needlework. gift shop, country store, toys, photus taken for Christmas cards. Noon lunch. Fried chicken or chicken noodle supper, $1.25, 4:30 p.m. 1C 03 BOWLERS free bowling essons every 1:30 p.m.

Pay only ior games bowled. Instructor, Billy Burklow. Meet ing of Sun. Night Mixed Doubles League, will be Nov. 1, 7 p.m.

Opening for team of 2 couples. Prairie Lanes. iopolis, Ph. 486-3501. 7C --03 BOWLING instruction free every Sun.

p.m. No waiting all Sun. 9 Wed. Schaefer Lanes, 242 E. William.

7C 05 CALIFORNIA-ROSE BOWL Complete tour or package trips including hotel, parade game, as low as $89. Detailed folders reservations. UNITED TRAVEL, 140 S. Main 429-5358 7C 07 CHINESE TEA GARDEN for the finest in food. Carry out service.

105 N. Main, 423-9366. 7C 03 COOKING is an "art" here: we take great pleasure in the quality of our food. House of Plenty, King at Monroe. 7C 06 DALTON CITY: chicken noodles, ham bean carnival; free admission.

Nov. 7, in gym 7C 05 DROP EVERYTHING and head for Moses' Cafe in Arthur and enjoy really fine meal. 7C 04 HAM BEAN SUPPER, huge serving for 25c, every Tuesday (5 p.m. on) at American Legion Post 105, 1335 Legion. 7C 06 HAYRIDES, north of Decatur, call Dick Kaltenbach, 877-6526 after 5.

7C 05 It Will Never Happen Again For quantity givers, a once-in-a-lifetime value We have 2,000 cases of decanter bottled, individually boxed full half quarts of tionally-known Bourbon and Scotch. Your necessary supply of this beautifully packaged merchandise can be purchased for little more than taxes alone. For full particulars phone Jack Melnik (429-5141) or leave your name at any Super Liquor Store for return call from Jack. 7C 04 RUMMAGE SALE: Firehouse at Jasper Locust Sts. Wed.

Thurs. Bargains galore. Automotive 11 07 FORD, 1964'S We have 18 '64's left in stock and will sell with big reduction MCCONKEY MOTOR CO. Ford-Mercury Dealer, Farmer City Ph. 928-2106 11 05 GMC.

1961, V6, 1 ton, speed, new bed, tires. Excellent shape. Must sell. Texaco Station, 1905 N. Main.

11 06 GMC 1964 ton pickup; 1961 Ford Econoline pickup. Wilson-Ford, Shelbyville, ph. 34. 11 07 GMC, 1965 NEW '65 PICKUP $1729 COMPLETE H. A.

Kuhle Co. 925 E. Pershing 877-1330 11 03 INTERNATIONAL 1959 1 ton, dual wheels, grain body hoist. Kilborn's. 235 W.

Wood. 11 08 LINCOLN, 1956, Premiere 2 door hardtop, factory air, all power, excellent tires. Very clean inside and out, includes $300 Propane carb. system uses 23c gas, $600. Burt Ehrenrich, 603 W.

South, Oreana, ph. 795-4478. 11 06 MERCEDES. BENZ, clean, 1959, motor "190" Al $1695. door Ph.

423-5416. 11 03 MERCEDES 220-S 1961, red, air conditioned, leather, seat belts, AM-FM radio, 6 wheels, good tires, clean, $2200. Call (815) 686-2560 after 6 and weekends. 11 06 MERCEDES BENZ 1965 190 automatic 200 6 automatic Both in Stock For Immediate Delivery "World's Finest Automobiles" MIDWEST RAMBLER 241 W. Wood 11 05 OLDSMOBILE 1958 2 door hardtop, $495; Plymouth 1957 wagon deluxe; Ford 1955, 9, passenger wagon.

877-2928. 11 03 automatic, $400. 428 E. Condit. 423-0138.

OLDSMOBILE 1958 "88" door hardtop, 11 -04 OLDSMOBILE, 1960 4-door hardtop. Power steering, power brakes. Real clean, Hazen Motors, 1078 E. Eldorado. 11 05 AAAA Winner By A Landside ON EVERY BALLOT WHERE ECONOMY, PERFORMANCE TOP VALUE COUNT TRY A BUICK Double Checked Used Car TODAY! '55 PONTIAC $157 DOOR, stick.

'64 CHEVY 8 $2377 CHEVELLE Convertible, automatic trans mission, radio, heater. Like new! '56 CHRYSLER $477 DOOR, brakes. Hardtop, Real automatic, Sharp! power steer'63 PONTIAC $2977 BONNEVILLE 4 door Hardtop, Hydramatic, power steering brakes, air ditioned, radio, heater. Like New! '59 FORD 8 $677 GALAXIE Tudor Hardtop, automatic, radio, heater. '62 BUICK $1977 LE SABRE 4 Sedan, dynaflow, power steering door, brakes, radio, heater, owner.

Sharp! '59 CHEVY 8 $1077 IMPALA 4 door Hardtop, air conditioned, full power, 1 owner. Sharp! '62 BUICK $2077 LE SABRE 2 door Hardtop, dynaflow, power steering brakes, radio, heater. '60 OLDS 98 $1377 CONVERTIBLE, hydramatic, power brakes, radio, 1 owner. '62 FORD 8 $1477 GALAXIE Tudor, automatic, power steering, radio, heater, 1 owner. '60 FORD 8 $777 TUDOR, automatic, radio, heater.

Real nice! '62 PONTIAC $1677 CATALINA door, hydramatic, power brakes, radio, heater. Real Buy! '60 CHEVY 6 $1177 DOOR Station Wagon, power glide, power steering, owner. Sharp! '61 PLYMOUTH $777 4 DOOR Savoy stick, heater. Sharp! '60 VW $977 TRANSPORTER Station Wagon, 4 speed, like new. 30 Other Models To Choose From Highfield "Your Authorized Buick Dealer" Bank Financing USED CAR LOT, 2512 N.

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