Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 9, 1951 · Page 16
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14 THE REGISTER-NEVA'S — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, JULY '9, 1951 STRIKES TIE UP SHRIMP OUTPUT IN MISSISSIPPI Other Walkouts in N. Y. Bakeries, Minneapolis Hospitals, Addressograph Plant. Broadway Actress Brings Stage Troupe Southwest By Associated Press Strikes today tied up production of shrimp in Mississippi and Mocked delivery of goods from 16 major New York bakeries. A back to work move in the Minnesapolis hospital strike was clouded by refusal of four institutions to reemploy strikers. These were the walkout developments: PascaRoula, Miss. —Gov. Fielding Wright of Mississippi sought to settle the strike of AFL shrimpers in this state. Some 4,000 to 5,000 persons were idle in the walkout which began with sporadic outbursts of violence Saturday. The walkout arose over Shrimp prices and fishing grounds. • NEW YORK— Mayor Impellit- teri called a conference with mediators as the strike of 4,000 AFL bakery drivers entered its second week. The walkout has been marked by 'assaults on non-striking drivers for bakeries not involved in the dispute. Issues are a 40rhour work week spread over five days instead of six, and a demand for a wage boost from J $65 to $75 a week. MINNEAPOLIS— Service. em­ ployes of 10 hospitals were under orders of their AFL union to return to work. Some were back at their jobs, but four of the hospitals said they would not take strikers back, charging they walked out illegally. Deliveries of food and supplies were resumed after a court order halted picketing. There has been violence in the dispute. The union charges the hospitals refused to abide by an arbitration settlement on wages and working conditions. A committee appointed by Mayor Eric Hoyer scheduled a meeting on strike issues this afternoon. '• CLEVELAND— Production of printing equipment and parts was stopped today at the Addresso- graph-Multigraph Corp. when 2,400 supervisory and production workers refused to cross picket lines of 600 AFL office workers. The office fore walked out Friday after rejecting a management offer of a $10.40 monthly pay increase to all salaried workers SLAVE UNDERGROUND ; Perhaps 100,000 southern slaves were spirited to freedom in the north by "conductors" on the un- deground railroad, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. By BOB THOMAS AP Movie Writer HOLLYWOOD, July 9 — Everybody talks about Ihe sad state of the*stage, but nobody ever does anything about it. Nobody, except a few tireless people like Ann Lee. Miss Lee is at tall, beautiful and capable blonde of. 30 years. She is an accomplished actress, having played three years with Gertrude Lawrence in "Lady In The Dark" and another three with the Lunts in "O Mistress Mine." Like many Broadway players, she spent her summers in the sticks, playing the summer theaters. The salaries are less than on Broadway, but enough to live on * * * * THREE YEARS AGO, Miss Lee took a departure from the usua' summer theater circuit in the east She went to Santa Fe., N. M., a theater starved town. By whatever means possible (and there were many) she raised enough money to build a 250-seat theater. For the first season, she imported a group of players direct from New York. 'We were an immediate sue cess," she told me. "Santa Fe is a wonderful town for theater. We drew from other areas, too. "When we opened up I told my business manager that I expected a lot of customers from Amarillo, Tex., which is my home town. After we start operation, between 40 and 65 people drove the 300 miles from Amarillo every week." * * * * THE SUCCESS OP' THE PLAYHOUSE prompted expansion. The company played five nights weekly at EJ, Teatro in Santa Fe, plus a night in Albu- Dr. Marvin Pulliam OPTOMETRIST Mt. Vernon, 814 Main St.—Mon.. Tuaa.. Wed.. Fri., 9 to 5. Sesscr. East Franklin Ave.—Thursdays and Saturdays, 9 to 5 PHONES: Mt Vcrnen 108* Sasstr 123-R3 3 Current % Dividend On Your Savings Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 KING CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N GUY A. WOOD, Pres. 1005 Broadway Phone 2044 t f v Buy Stag by the case ...and save! Sm -o-o-o-th, light, delightfully dry *• ft * BE SURE—INSURE WITH JOHNSON & ESTES INSURANCE AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 1 601 S. 10th St. on Virginia Ave., Mt. Vernon, III. Phone 3502 WHO'S AT FAULT? The final question may not be . . , who's at fault? . . . but who'* insured? \ To offset the possibility of paying: »' loss yourself, or the chance that you may be unfavorably involved, you should carry Complete Automobile Insurance. It will give you peace of) mind and assurance against financial loss. ^Before you drive another foot, check your Insurance. Phone—Write—Call today. querque and another at Los Alamos Atomic Center. Among the players who have worked for Miss Lee: Cesar Ro- i mero. Diana Lynn, Mickey Roon-j ey. William Bednix. Guy Madison. Zasu Pitts. Kirk Douglas played in "Detect ive Story", as pre para-; Hon for doing the film version. Miss Lee said most movie people have been cooperative. » * * * CAPSULE REVIEW: "Captain Horatio Hornhlowcr" is excellent adventure stuff. As with all such films, the dialogue and action can be stilted at times. But there is enough eye-catching excitement and color to offset that. -Gregory Peck supplies the proper dash and authenticity as J Fire Threatened Atomic Works By Associated Press LOS ALAMOS. July 9.—A forest fire which endangered buildings housing top-secret atomic work and destroyed 75 acres on the fenced Los Alamos project is under control. ' The fire broke out Saturday and the remarkable 19th century skipper, and Virginia Mayo is decorative. Peace At Last From PERSISTENT ITCH! . No wonder thousands teased by itchy tor- -ncnt Mess the day they changed to Resinol. 'Here's quick action from first moment — a b!:ssfu! sense of peace that lasts and lasts. jthsn'rts to 6 active soothing agents in a lano- {lin base that stays on. Don't be content with . anything less effective than Resinol Ointment. for a time was licking its way towards laboratories which are the cradle of the atom bomb. Thirty professional Atomic Energy Commission firefighters and three tank trucks soon had the flames under control. Six men stood watch over the smouldering embers last, night. INVENTED PAINTING Oil painting was invented in the 'loth century by the Van Eucks, who are considered the founders of the Flemish school and are noted for their working out of a successful medium for oil paint ing. FAIR WEEK SPECIALS! FRYING CHICKENS 10th PER LB. 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