Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1953 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

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Present Fire Dangers Told By Official ^Dwelling on (he theme of Fire Prevention Week that "Fire feeds on careless deeds," Chief W. T. Ekwall feels that this particular tini of the year is one when the most care is needed. Kven though recent showers have temporarily lessened the hazard of grass and brush fries, that situation will soon be revived, and especially as soon as leaves start falling more rapidly from <trecs. An additional peril is combined with Ihc chore of house cleaning Normally housewives burn a col lection of ilems allowed to ac cumulate over a period of months. While the woman of the house is extra busy at that time, the chief urges extreme care in burning trash. He points out that the best way is to use one of several different types of burners that keep the fire confined and prevents sparks from spreading. Choose Location The location for starting a fire is important loo, Ekwall 'points out. Even a trash burner should be away from other objects. Fires should be started in isolated areas and when an open blaze exists, the firsc should be watched until it is out. A garden hose provides a quick and an easy way to keep a fire from spreading. The chief asks that a hose be hooked to a water tap before a fire is even started and kept at hand in case it is needed. Instead of letting a bonfire solve the problem of disposing of grass, weeds and other vegetation, fire officials urge that such debris be raked into a pile and then Ignited. If the person starting the fire does not own a hose, pails of water should be set nearby and wet brooms at arm's length in the case a fire appears to be getting out of hand. Revives Adage Chief Ekwall is between the devil and the deep blue sea in connection with the potential perils PAST40 Troubled with GETTING UP NIGHTS Pains in BACK, HIPS, LEGS Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR If you arc a victim of these symptoms then your troubles may be traced to Glandular Inflammation. Glandular Inflammation is a constitutional disease and medicines that give temporary relief will not remove the causes of your troubles. Neglect of Glandular Inflammation often leads to premature senility, and incurable malignancy. The past year men from 1,000 communities have been successfully treated here at the Excelsior Institute. They have found soothing relief and a new zest in life. The Excelsior Institute, devoted to the treatment of diseases peculiar to older men by NON-SURGICAL Methods, has a New FREE BOOK that tells bow these troubles may be corrected by proven Non­ surgical treatments. This book may prove of utmost importance in your life. Jfo obligation. Address Excelsior Institute, Dept. 3711, Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Five Persons Injured When Two Autos Collide Head-On Sunday Evening on Route 41 Near Galesburg ltegister-Mail T« DAILY. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1953 SEC. 2, PAGE 13 EN ROUTE—George Norwood of St. Louis (picture at left) was rushed by Galesburg police ambulance to St. Mary's Hospital after an auto mishap Sunday which gave emergency cases to one other local ambulance and one from Abingdon. THREE INJURED—A severe auto accident Sunday at 8:24 p. m. on Route 41 about fivr miles south of Galesburg injured three persons in the car pictured, which was driven by Dale Williams, 23, of 423 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Williams, 21, was scheduled for x-ray examination today along with her husband. Her right arm is reported to be broken. Early reports indicate thai Williams may have a fracture of his right leg at the knee. Ted Empson, 783 W. Grove St., passenger in the Williams auto, received minor bruises, but was not hospitalized. All three were taken by police ambulance to St. Mary's Hospital, where Mr. and Mrs. Williams are described as in fair condition today. Also rushed to the hospital from the mishap scene, were Anderson Lacy and George Norwood, both of St. Louis. Norwood was a passenger in the Lacy auto which collided head-on with the Williams car. Lacy reportedly suffered only bruises, but Norwood has a severe injury to his left leg. (Photos by Dale Humphrey, Register-Mail photographer.) AWAIT AID—Passing motorists stood vigil over Dale Williams, under blanket, who waited for ambulance after being injured in a collision Sunday. America needs us ail handicapped.' hire the READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS SAVE.. BUY 100 Tikhtt 496 [St. Joseph \ ASPIRIN When you are pan-broiling steak or chops, be sure to pour off any fat that accumulates in the skillet as the meat cooks. THROWN FROM CAR—Motorist Anderson Lacy,. 31, of St. Louis, lies in ditch where he was hurled from the severely damaged auto, which is pictured, following a two-car collision Sunday evening on Route 41 about five miles south of Galesburg. Witnesses reportedly told State Patrolman Robert Worden that the southbound Lacy auto had only one headlight and that it forced two oncoming cars off the road before colliding head-on with an auto driven by Dale Williams, 423 Monmouth Blvd. Accident injuries hospitalized Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Lacy and a passenger in the Lacy auto. George Norwood of St. Louis. Also injured was Ted Empson, 783 W. Grove St., passenger in the Williams car. The Lacy car was involved in two accidents in August when it sideswiped two parked cars, and police reported arresting two of Lacy's drinking companions after they allegedly took the car without the owner's permission. associated with house cleaning.lmight be an assignment for the While he has asked housewives to man of the ome while the wife is be careful in burning trash, he busy with other .chores, still wants them to dispose of all debris. Papers, cloth, rags and all similar items are inflammable and a hazard when left within the home. The chief says they should be removed and they should be disposed of. All he asks is that special,caution be used. Burning of debris TONIGHT TUES. * WED, BENNER ____ COFFEE 77 lb. Betty Crocker CAK Your 3 PlMP- Ou MIXES Yellow, Devils Food or White. SWIFT PREMIUM Baby Beef RIB STEAK 59 Teen-Age Trio Bludgeon Guard, Escape Jail ST. LOUIS (UP)—Three teen-age youths escaped from the city's Juvenile Detention Building today by slugging a guard and stealing a police car. They were identified by police as Edward Saunders, 15, Chicago; William Arnold Camp, 16, St. Louis, and Thomas Hugh Casey, 16, Chicago. Police said the prisoners, held on various charges of auto theft, called Jailer Michael Cleary lo their cell and hit the 61-year-old guard on the head with a "metal rod." Cleary was taken to City Hospital with serious injuries. The youths fled downstairs from the third floor, taking a matron, Mrs. Lulu Schaaf, with them. They broke a window in a door on the second floor and fled, leaving the woman behind and taking a patrol car left near the building by patrolman Larry Conners. In a spot check of their mem bership, the U. S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Asso ciation of Manufacturers" found, that employers are generally satisfied with the job performance of physically handicapped workers, often citing them for outstanding work. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Turkish Cowbovs Are Worry in Istanbul ISTANBUL — UPl— Newspapers raised a hue and cry over American cowboy and gangster films after Turkish police uncovered a group of teen-age thieves banded together as the "Arizona Gang." Three of the "Arizona Gang," ages ranging from 8 to 11, were caught after an armed raid on a home in the center of Istanbul. GRANT BULLIS THIS QUESTION: I'm »n employer end I have men working for me who are covered against accident by • workmen's . compensation policy. The policy doesn't cover me, J understand. What could I do about getting a tlmilar cove-ageT ON ANY INSURANCI PROBLEM, CONSULT Grant Bullis Agency "Complete Insurance Service" 48 N. Seminary PL 4167 PORK LUNCHEON lb. G lb. WE GIVE "SftH" GREEN STAMPS ferine x Food Stoi^ Open 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily Including Sundays 735 WEST MAIN ST. 962 EAST MAIN ST. Hotpoint Sale at MUREEN HARDWARE Refrigerators - Electric Ranges Driers - Dish Washers Regular SALE 1 Refrigerator m <„ „ , „„„ $299.95 1 Refrigerator (8.7 CM . ft. $467.00 $350.00 1 Electric Range -$409.95 $308.00 1 Electric Range .$269.95 $203.00 t Dish Washer.; $35 , 0 , $264.00 1 Clothes Drier._ $299.95 $225.00 Mureen Hardware Co. YOUR HARDWARE STORE 42 North Prairie St. NOTICE! IN RECOGNITION OF FIRE PREVENTION WEEK we are extending our POSSE SALE on the CURRIERS' SAFE-WAY INCINERATOR for one week. Thousands of costly fires are started each year by open burning of trash, leaves, etc. Take advantage of this FIRE PREVENTION WEEK SPECIAL to secure your property ih'e p r o t e c t i o n of CURRIERS' SAFE-WAY INCINERATOR. POSSE SALE ENDS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th —WANTED— WIRE TRASH BURNER Alias: Ugly Eyesore DESCRIPTION: These mugs have an unsanitary appearance thai detracts from the beauty of their surroundings. RUSTY OIL DRUM Alias: Soggy Ashes WARNING: Use with caution. They have started fires with flying sparks. REWARD $ 4" ALLOWANCE ON A NEW CURRIERS OUTDOOR INCINERATOR Offer Expires Oct. 10/ 1953 We're forming a posse to round up these critters ... we will give you $4.95 for your wire basket or oil drum . . . Trade in on ^ a new CURRIER'S "Srfe-llhy" INCINERATOR Regular Price! '39' 5 Delivered and Set Up. Phone 1050-6 ° 4808 PLUS FEATURES Safe Durable Attractive Posse Sale Price! Delivered and Set Up. PLUS FEATURES • Portable • Convenient Practical Phone 1050-6 an&iete T 1050 Monmouth Blvd.

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