Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 6, 1953 · Page 12
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Tuesday, October J1111 -J- > _ - ^ I n i _ fl ' -+ p-« \ , - 4i r ,T - . J^T ---- - T —r r - ^ • - ^ • - r r i "m. i j_ For Slayer of OOMIWSIW1© HEAR THE PRESlt3©4TlS REPORT? r& LIKE 1t> Give «M A , THEy DON 'T KNOW WW fWE PRESOEWT IS"* 0UT9W 6f iveAASELVEs ,TtiEy ocyfT KNOW /W MM/MB**' — h W4ITER WMO SWEEPS TIM cur E -ve&y , MC*5N iNd *; * IS 4 FULL HOUSE* CHICAGO '(tJPMfftfe thltl StS squads tit police looked toda? lor the yourfg gufltnaa who shot his way out of a police station in a gun battle ihat wounded a policeman atid killed an 11-year-old boy. The boy, Daniel DeCero. was caught to the cross-fire and shot In the neck and head as the escaping auto theft suspect ran from the East Chicago police station, firing at pursuing officers. It was not immediately kriown whether the fatal bullets were, fired by policemen or the fugitive, Corey Robinson, a 19 - year - old Kegro. Policeman James Qutnlan, 50, was wounded in the left thigh during the gun battle* Robinson, his gun blazing, continued his dash across the street and outdistanced police, eluding them in a vacant lot He drove south in a car he had been driving when arrested for speeding with a 15-year-old companion. The car was found abandoned on Chicago's far South Side. Rteur IN «• JUST A SfeCoMD-WMAT WAS THAT LAST RAISE? RAtSlNfi TWO BLUES TUEJtfTDEA OP BROTtfERHAto )S A fWR OP JACKS BACK ID BACK- TWE MOOSE , OMR TME MAHTLE DOES ACRE WRTHfi CUM .1M AN 1MEM 6UVS—/4NO HE'S EATEN/ * Henry County Youtlier§ |X4Uy Mobile Unit Plan Square D At Lottdo Jp, m. to 8 p. m. Registration will "be in the American Legion build- PEAL1HE i TWECARDROOM CLUCKS WMO NEi/£R COME OP FOG AIR TMAMXAMO A HAT DP 7b PHIL. COPR. \m t KING rtATURRS feYWDlCATg. the, WOULD RIGHTS ItESEKVEP.', Avon Company Payments For 1 Illinois has 3,500 disabled Koreanlo j f - A rP Filprl veterans — many need jobs. 1311118 Are rueu orange fla- I ASPIRJW B- ^ored aspirin. | pOR CHltWIJt Buy tt today, " r Worlds Unest Setting Aspirin For Children Atw, taft nott drop for cM1dr«s> Contains n»o-iyn«phrlM. 5 ?c, $fc tttm. IT* WW iota eion fji fjjiiji Nichols and Company of Avon filed damage suits in the Fulton County Circuit Court at Lewistown last Friday, directed against four firms. All suits involve nonpayment of bills submitted for the delivery of eggs. Defendants are Refrigerated Products, Inc., of Texas, A Koch and Sons of Morning Sun. Iowa; the Frigid Foods Products, Inc., Change New Windsor Site For Aid Class NEW WINDSOR — Due to redecorating being done at the town hall, the first aid class will meet at the Fire Station Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The following persons are taking instruction under the direction of Mrs. W. H. Soseman and Mrs. Thor of Aledo: Mr. and Mrs. Don* aid Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Streeter, Mrs. Martin McVeigh, Mrs. Charles Young, Mrs. Howard Yerkey, Mrs Lewis Yerkey> Mrs. Cambridge The Henry County Rural Youth last week conducted tryouts for its Square Dance Jamboree to be held Nov. 5 in the Cambridge Community Hall. Selected oh the first team were Juanita Nelson, Bishop Hill; Dorothy Johnson, Osco; Jean Norberg, Leonard Strand and Natalie Nel-j son of Wcodhull; Stanley Whitsell, Lynn Center; Ronald Peterson, Andover, and Jim Rahn, Genesecf. The other team consists of Phyllis Bates, Kewanee; Howard Gotts- sche, Amie Rice and Betty Lou Stenzel of Genereo; LaVonfte Teer- linck, Atkinson; Maurice M. De- Sutter' Jr., Woodhull and Eldon Poppy and Ronald Swansea of Lynn Center. Caller for one team will be Eddie Bates, Kewanee, and for the I other Harold Nelson, Lynn Cen-! ter. ' The first practice, session will be Thursday when team names will be chosen. Mills ing. The Fulton County Tuberculosis Everyone has been asked to X-ray Mobile Unit will be in Lon- make it his personal responsibility don Mills Thursday* Oct. 8. Hours to help detect a^d wipe out Tuber- will be 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 2 eulosis and keep the date in mind * i i _ w 4 and take *Av &ntngB of the free X-ray now. The unit will not be in this county again for .five years, it is announced. Hire the handicapped disabled vet. hire % TUESDAY KITE F r To Meet at Altona ALTONA — Women's Association of the Presbyterian Church will meet in the dining room Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Willie, Coilinson will be refreshment chairman. 14'A-ox. Can SCOTT TISSUE Large Roll MC BRAND SPAGHETTI 16-02. Can 20 Years Ago Friday, Oct. 6, 1933 T t. m • * win --v America needs us ail John Traister, Mrs. William King, handicapped Mrs. Leigh, Mrs. Liliiam Oberg, Mrs. Max Grover, Mrs. Adolph Dunlap, Mrs. John Petrie, Mrs. I Floyd Brown, Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Mrs. Albert Bredberg, Mrs. Corde St. George, Mrs. Florence D. Anderson and Miss Margaret Ann Tornquist. •hire the! Acid Stomach ? Get TUMS Quick! Top-speed relief for gas, heartburn, acid indigestion. JIFFY PIE CRUST JOAN OF ARC KIDNEY BEANS U. S. CHOICE 9-oi. Package Can STEAK Per Pound Stf/ofl/y by soaking a cloth for several hours in a solution of hot soapsuds with a few drops of turpentine. The New York Giants in an lit Wnn S li out and use u when d ^ inning game defeated the Washington Senators 2 to 1 for their third victory in the fourth World Series game. The Avon Congregational Church caught fire while members of the Ladies Aid Society were meeting in the edifice and burned completely down. The fire was thought to have started from a defective chimney. A pay increase to 40 cents an hour for unskilled workmen and 50 cents for skilled labor was ordered for Knox County highway jobs. Tim Hurst, former pitching star for the Boston Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates and Brooklyn Dodgers. TUMS rot nil TUMMY 63 North Seminary St. - Open 9 to 9 Daily - Sundays 9 to 6 IN OFFICIAL PRE-ANNOUNCEMENT TESTS stopped off in Galesburg which was the scene of his start in organized baseball. Farmers with a bumper yield found a low market for their corn as they started cutting the crop for silage and feeding. and the Blue Diamond Egg Company of Iowa. The plaintiffs ask $1,788.75 against Refrigerated ^Products in one suit and $32,150 against the same firm in another; $359 from A. Koch and Sons, $576.12 from the Frigid Foods Products, Inc., and $1,715 from the Blue Diamond Company. "r ... -- •• l '.: j - - • • • P ' I ^ -' • J 4 • t4 I 'Tl — d • ^ 1 n • V ' p 1 r r f lL .- ^ J - jT^-T _ _ i ± J r I Dodo* V*4 i•Ming rKo/d* for 34 New Performance Records I 51 New Endurance Records! Never before in history has a new car...even before Announcement Day...offered the public such dramatic proof of ail-around greatness WRINGER WASHER Mpdel WC630KP PJ K SAVE S31.07 Regular $149.95 New $11898 with old washer. Other models with pumps $128.88 up. BonnevilU Salt Flats, Utah, 12:00 noon, endurance Sept. 24, Here at official AAA Testing too, Dodge proved its great depend- Headquarters, the new'54 Dodge which ability. Hour after hour, mile after will be presented this Thursday has mile, endurance records fell before this spectacular performer—51 new records already established its greatness. On this historic proving grounds, the new Dodge V-8 smashed all 24 official tip every hour. written nore piling AAA records for cars in its class in tests of speed and acceleration. This dramatic achiev formance and endurance Ten new unlimited records were also new elegance of interiors, more mas- set. The Dodge with its sensational Red sive length and flashing style. Ram V-8 engine traveled faster than this new '54 Dodge this Thurs* any standard American car ever clocked day—Dodge officially by the AAA! Dodge dealer's. It is elegance in action! New PowerFlite Drive Smashes 41 Records I Fully-automatic speed records were set by a Dodge equipped with new PowerFlite Drive, No automatic transmission in any car can match this recordl Main and Seminary Phone 4822 260 Weil Main Street Galesburg, Illinois

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