Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 22, 1951 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951 THE REGISTER NFW5 — MT VERNON. ILLINOIS Liunearia Berry Geneva Black Anna FlemmiiiK Deloris Webb WlMiKfmM?0 Yvonne Bell Mt. Vernon Colored Legion Post to Conduct Popularity Contest June 29 A popularity contest, under the sponsorship of LeRoy Simmons Post No. 952, , American Legion, will be conducted Friday evening, June 29, at tfie American Federation of Labor Hall in Mt. Vernon. The girls pictured here are competing in the contest. Big Profits in Small Pooches By HAL BOYLE AP Staff Writer NEW YORK—If the music business ever goes to the dogs, Xavier Cugat is ready to turn the tables ' by making the bow-wows go intc business for him. The rhumba king plans to become a dog farmer when he finally hangs up his fiddle and his bow. His speciality is the breed he has made into his personal trade mark—the tiny Chihuahua. Already he owns by far the largest collection in America. "I've got 600 on my ranch in California," he said, "And when I get 1,000 I'il really be ready to start operating." • * * HIS DOGS HARDLY have to worry yet about supporting Cugat, however. He estimates his band has grossed SIS.OOO.OOO in the last 20 years. It is still in the peak bracket, drawing from $6,000 to " play at a society wedding or $15,000 for a week at a theater. Cugat is a jack-of-all trades who found the best way to hit the jackpot is to specialize. The 51-year- jld Spanish-born musician toured with Cai-uso as a violinist, then worked as a newspaper cartoonist before starting his own band. "I just was getting fill-in jobs until I noticed that this is a country of specialization," he said. • * . • 4; HE PICKED THE UNCRQWD- ED FIELD of Latin-American music. Helping popularize the rhumba, the conga and the samba made him rich. So did his hobbies. He has a dozen profitable sidelines ranging from hand-painted neckties to Cugat linens, plastic canasta sets, and raising Chihuahuas. Raising Chihuahuas en masse, however, iSw inexpensive, as they eat little. "It's a fantastic business," said Cugat. "Practically no overhead. And the dogs bring anything from $200 to $1,000 each. "In any other business if you sell a man something he will find fault with it later. But when you sell a dog, you never hear a cross word afterward from your buyer." Th potato originated along the Pacific coast of South America and was introduced into Europe by the Spaniards. FIRE • • • FIRE 3H inches of YORKTEX MINERAL WOOL *topi« j aa much heat as 124 mches concrete. CERTIFIED HOME INSULATION YORKTEX BLACK MINERAL WOOL Mown inside the hollow side wall spaces and over the top floor ceilings will accomplish just as much as the thkk concrete wall. Your home will be aa much a« IS** cooler in summer and aa much as 40% of your fuel cost will be saved in winter. 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