Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 9, 1951 · Page 2
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 2

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, July 9, 1951
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t IT-IE REGISTER-NEWS — MT VERNON, ILLINOIS 8rt RELUCT A,N T 'DRAGON' — New alligator mascot of Sixth U. S. Infantry in Berlin strikes enforced pose "assisted" by Capt. William S. Durranth (left) and Pfc. Richard Pende"- FROM WASTES TO PLENTY — Alvirak, a walrus cub found off coast of f Greenland, is fed aboard a cargo ship upon arrival in Copenhagen, Denmark, before presentation to Zoo. I 4* COURT FASHIONS — Gloria Butler (left) and Mrs. * Barbara Schofield-Davidson, attired in latest tennis fashions, chat • on court during Kent tennis championships, Beckenham, England. Atlanta to | Fight Dixie's | Suspension l. By Associated Press ATLANTA, July 9.—An all-out fight over the 90-d'ay suspension of pnanager Dixie Walker of the Atlanta Crackers in the Southern Association was promised from a 'sick-bed yesterday by club President Earl Mann. Mann, commenting for the first time? since the suspension, said: "I want you to know * * * that we -are going to use every weapon we - have to fight this thing to the very end. We will go to the very limit in Dixie's defense." Walker was barred for the re­ mainder of the season and 18 days of the next by Southern Association President Charlie Hurth after a dispute with umpire Paul Roy at Mobile June 29. At the time Roy forfeited the second game of a doubleheader Atlanta was playing against Mo< bile. Hurth also fined Walker $100 and the Crackers 5300. "As I see it," said Mann, "Roy lost control of the game in Mo bile. He let the situation get out of hand and could think of noth ing else to do but forfeit. "Dixie never intended a forfeiture. He was never given proper warning." The club president has been in a hospital for a serious operation 1 M mm ^ jMtav »nd Mri. ,Bich »rd S. Thompson of Flora, Illinois purchase S fjMMn modern hotne located at 1521 Lamar from Mrs. Ann Lane and H 4 MI EUen^ Trott fir a home. . Mr. Thompson^ is employed by the Ashland Oil and Refining *v The tale yrw affected through the real estate firm of Virgin T. Bailey, Inc. *• MONDAY, JULY 9, 1931 DEATHS AND FUNERALS Iva Hutchison Dies Suddenly at Home Near Boyd Iva M. Hutchison, 72, died suddenly at her home near Boyd Sunday morning at 5:30. She was the widow of Henry E. Hutchison, who died in June, 1950. Funeral services will be from the Boyd Christian church Tuesday at 2 p. m., conducted by the Rev. Marsh Harpole of Mt.Vernon. Burial will be in Boyd cemetery. Mrs. Hutchison was born October 18, 1878, the daughter of William L. and Mary Jane (Dale) Cates. She is survived bj four daughters, Mrs. Eva Mays of Dix, and Mrs. Velma Clark, Mrs. Betty Phelps and Mrs. Ruby Williams of Mt. Vernon; two sons, Everett M. Hutchison of Mt. Vernon and James W. Hutchison of East St. Louis: two sisters, Mrs. Susan Elkins of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Elsie Clark of Mt. Vernon; 27 Former Resident Dies at Clinton Mrs. Elizabeth Adams Johnson, 89, a former resident of Mt. Vernon and Wayne City, died Saturday night in Clinton, 111., after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held at 2:00 o'clock this afternoon in Clinton, 111. Mrs. Johnson was born in Hamilton county, the daughter of Henry and Melinda (Eldridge) Adams. She was an aunt of Mrs. George Dulaney of Mt. Vernon and Mrs. Goldie Patterson of Marion. A sister, Mrs. C. J. Trotter, died in Mt. Vernon last December. Mrs. Johnson is survived' by her husband, W. F. Johnson; a son, Clarence, of Springfield, 111.; and a daughter. Mrs. Roy Russell of Iowa. HOMECOMING EMBRACE grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. One son is dead. The body will lie in state at the family home where friends may call. Hearings at Court House July 23 on Dissolved Schools Hearings on the disposition of territory of eight Jefferson county school districts which have been dissolved by a recent state law will be held July 23 in the office of Sidney S. Hirons, county superin tendent of schools. The schools—Opdyke high and seven grade schools—have been dissolved by the new state law, which stipulates that any school district which has not maintained school in the district in the past two years is automatically dissolv ed. The schools affected, and the time of hearings on July 23 are: Oak Ridge—1C a. m. Coats College—10:30 a. m. Bald Hill—11 a. m. Black Jack—11:30 a. m. Arcadia—1:00 p. m. Maple Grove—1:30 p. m. Tonv Point—2:00 p. m. Opdyke High—2:30 p. m. BIRTHS Work Stoppage At Atomic Plant By AiiocUttd Prtss PADUCAH, Ky., July 9.—Operating Engineers failed to report for work today at the Paducah Atomic plant. An official of F. H. McGraw and Company, prime contractor, said the action means the construction project will be shut down. The Company told other craftsmen Saturday the plant would be closed if Engineers did riot report for work. It asked the other workmen to appear today but told them they would be sent home if Engineers were not on the job. Operating Engineers quit work July 2 over what was described as a jurisdictional dispute with Electricians. McGraw employs about 5,500 persons. That shutdown and a walkout at the Joppa, HI., steam plant will result in about 7,000 workers, being idle in this area. Joppa workmen quit late Friday j when Ebasco Service Company re- 1 fused to pay craftsmen for a full day's wages after they were laid off during a rain June 30. Mickey Cohen Gets Five Years By AiteeUUd Prtts LOS ANGELES, July 9.—Mickey Cohen was sentenced today to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine for intfbme tax violation. The sentencing came after nearly two hours' delay while a substitution of attorneys was argued before U. S. District Judge Ben Harrison. Harrison ordered the gambler to prison for concurrent sentences of five years each on four counts. The maximum could have been 20 years and $40,000. He was convicted June 20 of evading income taxes and making a false statement to the government. Mr. and Mrs. C. Russell Hamment, 620 south Sixteenth street, are the parents of a daughter, Darlene Cherryl. who was born at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Sunday at 4:46 p. m. The little girl weighed eight pounds 12% ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Don Moutrie, 2416 Casey Avenue, are the parents of a daughter, who was born Saturday at 10:40 p. m. at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sinks, 1305 Polk, are the parents of a daughter who was born at 7:45 this morning at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little »girl weighs eight pounds 2 ounces and has not been named.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Tinsley .Dix, are the parents of a daughter, who has been named Carla Joann. The birth occurred yesterday morning at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith, route 7, Mt. Vernon, are the parents of a son, born Sunday at 1:55 p. m. at Jefferson Memorial Hospital The new arrival has been named David. He weighs seven pounds four ounces. Bathing suit-clad models greeting Korean veterans who returned to Seattle July 6) on transport Marine Lynx didn't rate a glance from Pfc. Arthur Bickham of 7th Division, who grasped his wife in a tight embrace. Mrs. Bickham came from their £1 Cerrito, Calif., home to meet the ship.— (AP Wlrephoto) FRENZIED PROPHETS Bands of prophets, who stimulated themselves into frenzies by- dancing and chanting, apparently were common- in ancient Israel- POTEXTIAL POWER Of 378 important waterfalls in Brazil, a minimum of 60,000,000 horsepower could be derived through hydro-electric plants. Resident Injured In Freak Accident Mrs. Lester Williams suffered severe cuts to her right hand Saturday night in a freak accident at her home, 2416 College. She suffered the cuts when a soda pop bottle exploded as sht opened the door of a cabinet ia the kitchen. Flying glass cut the back of hef hand, severing several tendons. Mrs. Williams submitted to emergency surgery at Jefferson County Memorial Hospital. -a DRY CLEANING Summer clothing needs mot than ordinary cleaning attention. You 'U get more wear from yout garments if we c\ean and press them for you. CALL MP TODAY FOR K E It I* E \ 9 S CLEANING and DYEING CO. OWNED and OPERATED by GUY J. KERLEY MARRIAGE LICENSES Joe Hall, McLeansboro, and Joan Hackett, Kansas City, Mo. William Burgess and Lola May Kent, both of RFD 1, Benton. William C. Modglin, Johnston City, and Dorothy E. Hicks, Mt. Vernon. Robert Lee Bumgarner and Betty Lou Helm, both of Iuka. Bobby L. Brown and Dorothy A. Evetts, both of Chicago. Delbert Drewes, St. Peter, 111., and Harriet Middleton, Alma, 111. MEETINGS Jefferson Post, 141, American Legion, will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at 818 Broadway. There will be an election of officers and refreshments will be served. All members are urged to attend. Roy Britton, Commander. R. E. Hefley, Adjutant. DAIRY-DIP MCLAUGHLIN'S CAFE 24th & Broadway Phone 463 Before Or After Enjoying 'The Fair" ENJOY OUR SPECIAL "FAIR-WEEK" TREAT 14 FRENCH FRIED CHICKEN IN A BASKET Only 79' Allow about 15 minutes time as we fry It to order to it'll be nice 'n hot. It's VA french fried chicken in a basket with gobs of.french fried potatoes and a toasted bun and a cup of the best coffee in town. All for 19 PLENTY OF PARKING SPACI rfon/ _ «p Scoop of the Month mi If 's a SCOOp! Our Buyer, while in New York all last week, purchased from Famous Manufacturers, their surplus stocks of Summer Dresses at less than the actual cost to the manufacturer. 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