The Edwardsville Intelligencer from Edwardsville, Illinois on May 16, 1951 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Edwardsville Intelligencer from Edwardsville, Illinois · Page 2

Edwardsville, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 16, 1951
Page 2
Start Free Trial

Page 2 Wed., May 16, 1951 War-Like Maneuvers Valletta, M a l t a , (in--The U. S. Sixth fleet Maarines will go into action on the beaches of Malta May 24 for the third time in a month of war-like maneuvers, The exercise will he part of sea training by combined n a v a l forccsof the U. S., Britain, France and Italy. MHI^^HI R O X A N A THEATRE- - ROXANA, ILL. -AIR CONDITIONED NO PARKING PROBLEMS F I N A L T I M E S T O N I G H T Continuous from 7 P. M. Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell Rudyard Kipling's "KIM" Technicolor at 9:06 John Wayne, Ward Bond "OPERATION PACIFIC" at 7:15 STARTS THURSDAY Continuous from 7 P. M. "WHERE DANGER LIVES" "OUTRAGE" Glen Carbon Mrs, Carolina Foster Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs, Ken Bode held a f a m i l y dinner at Wilson park on Sunday complimentary to Mother's day and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hall from Denver, Colo, About 50 persons attended Attends Funeral Mrs. William Thomas, Mrs. Ellsworth Thomas and children and Mrs. Clara Wille attended the funeral of Eugene Wiggins of Granite City Saturday. Wiggins. 37 years old, passed away at the san- atarium last Thursday night. Birthday Party Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Evans entertained a b o u t 15 youngsters Monday, complimentary to Michael's seventh birthday, Those present were Nancy Lynn Foster, Janet Landrus, Toni Carter, Tomm y R a y a n d Randy Thomas, Bobby Wydra, Marty Evans and Bobby Perry. Personals Mr, and Mrs. Albert Miller left Saturday for a two - weeks visit CIO Packers 'Restless' Over Pay Hike Delay Chicago, (IF)--CIO Packinghouse Workers union warned Wednesday that its members were growing restless" over the failure of the Wage Stabilization board to approve a pay boost they won in Feburary. Bnlph Holstein, president of the union, said the "general sentiment" was against further exten- lion of the present wage agreement with packinghouse firms beyond Sunday, when it expires. The union, together with the AFL Meat Cutters, was ready for a strike last March but'at the last minute agreed to a temporary extension pending approval by the WSB of an 11 cent hourly pay boost agreed to by the companies. = K N A U E L Chiropractic Health Service 707 N. MAIN ST. t=S?" PHONE 1060 FOR APPOINTMENT with relatives and friends in Washington, D.C., and New York City. Mrs. Joseph Mahallak of Denver, Colo,, is visiting here with his niece, Mrs. Ken Bode. * Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Igo of Champaign spent the weekend with Mrs. Igo's mother, Mrs. Ann Croak, Donald returned home with them after spending a week visiting in Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meikamp and sons were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs, James Furfaro of Collinsville. Mrs. Raymond Deconconi entertained her mother and other members of her family on Mother's Day. MOftftKON WHAT 00 *XJ DO 1 WHEN A CUSTOMER I FOR6ETS HIS __J f^ KAP ON THE WINDOW WITH A DOLLAR BILL, NATURALLY - . VALUES IT BAYS TO DCAL WITH MOftRKON FARMSUPPLIH POWER MOWERS "TORO" reel-type 18" .. "TORO" reel-type 21" "REO" reel-type 18" "REO" reel-type 21" "SAVAGE" reel-type 21" "EXCELLO" reel-type 18" . "EXCELLO" reel-type 21" .... "PENN" reel-type 18" "PENN" reel-type 21" "JOHNSTON" reel-type 21" $114.50 134.50 . 105.00 ... 125.00 .. HS.OfJ .. 95.50 110.50 119.50 ... 134.50 128.00 HEADQUARTERS lot "CORNO" Brand "GAINER" Brand CHICK MASH GROW MASH BROILER MASH HEN SCRATCH CHICK SCRATCH DAIRY FEEDS HOG FEEDS GRASS WHIPS To cut your shrubs, weeds, grass. Made of spring-steel, sturdy «J1 40 handle V [ 'TM Hand Mowers "SUPER CHIEF" $21.75 $31.75 Steel blades; easy rolling; solid rubber tires; 18 inch cut. Full size Metal Handle "Clemson" 18" Kentucky Blue Grass Seed Per Lb. Special - - - 75c White Clover - - - 1.25 Red Top - - - 51c Timothy - - - 16c Shady-Lawn 1.15 CORNELI QUALITY GARDEN SEEDS Bulk and Package SEED CORN · Pfister's · Pocklington's FERTILIZER AND FIELD SEED 89c Metal Chick Feeders Only 29c With each 100 Ibs. Corno Chick Feed. Allis- Chalmers TRACTOR RAKE AND TEDDER Power take-off drive! Gear shift control! Air tires! Two speeds forward and one reverse for tedding! 33 roller bearings! The rugged Allis- Chalmcrs POWER R A K E and TEDDER has all these features and more. Where you steer . . . it goes. The non-wobble rear anchor wheel holds the rake on course, down the slraight-away or on the turns. It lays straight, easy-to-follow single or twin windrows for loader, field chopper, or baler. Come in and look it over. " ln|oy Hit NATIONAL FARM AND HOME HOUR--NIC-- Ivtry Saturday, ( flLLIS CHflLMERS ) V " S A t f S AND S I R V I C f J "STEWART-WARNER" TELEVISION YEARS AHEAD FOR YEARS TO COME 16 l.ich Console 16 Inch Console-Combination Radio, A.M.-f.M.; and automatic record player 17 Inch Table Model $279.95 For The Next Outing Picnic Take Along A ... "Blue Grass" Two gallon size $6.95 "Shapleigh", Gallon Size with spigot . $5.15 "Shapleigh" Two Gallon size . . $7.75 "Knapp-Monarch" "Thermo-Jug" Gallon size $2.75 "Blue Grass" "HANDY JUG" Gallon, with spout $3.60 COOLERATOR FOOD FREEZERS (18 CU. FT.) $589.50 "COOLERATOR" REFRIGERATORS Give you 100% Satisfaction: Princess Model, 7 Cu. Ft. Dutchess Model 9% Cu. Ft Queen Mod«l 4JQQQ QK 9V 3 Cu. Ft «pOOi7.3J $259.95 $319,95 "COOLEHATOR" ELECTRIC RANGES $259.95 $309.95 Standard Model .. .. Pushbutton Model TITE" LOCKER PAPER,%,.$3.60 115 ANPREWS EDWARDSVIUE284 Pierron E!ld Ueling Personals Mrs. Anna Essenpreis returned home recently from Champaign, where she visited Mrs, Francis Essenpreis and family. Mr. and Mrs. C, T. Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Biby ol St. Louis visited at the home of Mrs. Emma Abbott Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T, Stoekcr, accompanied by the latter's mother, Mrs. Ethel Tschannen, and Mrs, Lizzie Coi't'ey of St. Louis, were visitors at the home of Louis Jlollet and son Clarence and family Saturday evening. Mrs. Rella Pocatte of Greenville called at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Augustin Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Augustin visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Loyet and Mrs. Caroline Augustin in Highland Sunday evening. Capl. Marvin Pocatte and wife of Camp Carson, Colo., are spending a 12-day furlough here and at Highland with relatives. Mrs. Barbara Foedercr visited her daughters, Matilda, and Hilda- guarde Foederer at Highland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis and son Roland of Chicago spent the weekend at Ihe home of J. T. Pierron and other relatives. They also visited in St. Louis Sunday, County Board (Continued from Page 1) township bridges. The other, House b'ill 815, would permit highway commissioners to levy a special tax to meet one-half the expense of bridges built with aid from the county. Among other actions in the monthly session, the board renewed a contract with Dr. M. S, Sanderson of Edwardsville as physician for the county home and county jail at $200 per month. The contract, covering a one-year period, is effective June 1. There were no other bidders for the position. On the recommendation of its road and bridge committee, the board awarded a contract to Missouri Boiler Sheet Iron Works, St, Louis, for 15,000 pounds of cor rugated culvert pipe at 13.7 cents per pound and copper steel at 12.7 a pound. The material will be used on state-aid roads In the county. The board also approved a contract with Fred L. Schwinn, Belleville, for 20,000 board feet of floor plank at $7.10 per h u n d r e d and 10,000 board feel of dimension lumber at $6.90. Following the recommendation of the county jail committee, the board awarded a contract to an Alton store for three do/en mattress covers at $36.65 a doxcn, and a contract to a Troy tlryfioods store for three dozen mattresses at $9 each. The board's next session, its a n n u a l m e e t i n g , will be June 11. V l r l u a l l y all of the hops of the U n l l e d Slates are produced In the states of California, Oregon and Washington, . . . Starts 7:30 -- Out at 11:30 TONITE Betty Grable, Danny Thomas "Call Me Mister" At 9:20 Plus; ROD CAMERON |p "SHORT GRASS" Showing at 7:40 only Starts Thursday - FOR THREE B I G ' D A Y S -- Reds Lose 450 Tanks in Korea Washington, (IP) -- The Communists have lost 450 Russian-built T-34 tanks in Korea while knocking out only five U, S. medium Fatten models, according to Gen, J. Lawton Collins, Army chief of staff. Collins made the statement during an off-the-cuff speech Tuesday night as he discussed publicly for .he first time the 'dismissal of Gen, Douglas Mac Arthur as Far Eastern commander, Speaking at a dinner meeting of ;hc industry-Armed Forces conference, Collins also challenged criticism that inexperienced U. S. troops thrown Into action early in ;he Korea war buckled under the Reds' attack. "Those green troops--particularly the first handful that went overstepped those North Koreans," he said. Collins said he hoped the nation- ducc "a unity of purpose . . . essential if we are to lick Communism." Collins defended by implication MacAtlhur's right to critizc administration foreign policy--after his dismissal. "It is a very salutary thing," he said, "that these things are brought out in the open." Troy Tribune Editor Becomes Army Enlistee Paul Simon, 22-year-old editor of the weekly Troy Tribune, has 3een accepted for a 21-month en- istment in the Regular' Army, T/Sgt, Otto II. Chatman, local recruiter, was officially notified Wednesday. Accepted at the same time for a similar enlistment period were Elmer and Waller Fcdder, 21 and 19 respectively, of Collinsvillc, The three enlistees left Ed- wa:.dsville Monday for final processing at the main recruiting station in St. Louis. They have been assigned to Fort Cusler, Mich., Chatman said. Pleasant Ridge MM. Orcen Black 4-H Club Wiener Roast Members of the Lebanon Junior Farmers 4-H Club held a weiner roast Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leto Streif. Grange Meeting Held Emerald Mound Grange held its regular meeting last Friday evening with a special Mother's Day program presented by the mem- tiers of the Juvenile Grange. Mrs. Raymond Fohne was the youngest mother present, Mrs, Vode, the oldest mother nnd Mrs, Oscar Weil, the mother with the largest family. Each received a potted plant, Each mother present was pre- erited with a corsage. Following the meeting, refreshments were served. A while elephant sale will be held at the next regular meeting. A Go-to-Church Sunday will be observed by the Grange in the near future. Personal! Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Faires vi sited last Wednesday evening with Miss Helen and Miss Lucille Townsend of Los Angeles, Calif,, who were guests of their brother, Dennis Townscnd and family. Delbert Mueller, who for several years has served in the Air Force in Japan, is enjoying a furlough « l t h relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Hciss and son of Trenton, Mr. and M.s, Clifford Townscnd and family visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Helen and Lucille Townsend left Thursday for Los Angeles a f t e r a visit Iwre, O. R. Brooks Mrs. Mclvin Hurst was called to Lovington, III,, Wednesday due to the death of her father, O. R-'program in Madison county high Brooks, 77, who passed away early this morning. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Brooks; two sons, S, M. Brooks of Kcwanee and Virgil Brooks of Lovington; two (laughers, Mrs, Hurst and Mrs. Herbert Lorcnson of Sullivan, 111.; eight grandchildren grandchildren, Dorothy Kirsten Weds Doctor in New Orleans New Orleans, (IP)--Opera Star Dorthy K i r s t e n honeymooned Wednesday with a Texas doctor she met and fell in love with two years ago when both were married to other persons. The 34-year-old blonde singer and Dr. Eugene Chapman, San Antonio, Tex,, 44, were married here Tuesday in St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian church. Only a few relatives and close friends attended the ceremony and the wedding supper in Antoine's famous French quarter restaurant. The bride, former wife of radio executive Edward McKay Oalcs, revealed in an interview more than a year ago that she was in love with a married man. She announced wedding plans last February a f t e r both had been divorced, ·Gus Baruxen Gus Baruxen of Worden Tuesday at 3 p.m. at his residence after a lingering illness. He was born Sept, 23, 1919, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baruxen o f ' 0 f (he positive reactors were X- Worden. rayed, Besides his parents he is survived }y one son, Rienc Lee of Alton, AFL Group Attacks Present Price Ceilings Chicago, dl'i -- The A m e r i c a n Federation of Labor's executive council demanded clear and enforceable price ceilings Wednesday because existing controls arc a "sham and deception." Tlic 15-membcr council, holding its annual spring meeting, asked Congress to set ceilings "clear enough so t h a t every housewife can u n d e r s t a n d them and simple enough to be enforced." It said (he AFL has "accepted the i n e v i t a b i l i t y o£ wage stabilization," but added thai "the defense program must be geared to the basic principle of equality of sac- rllice." The council said the AFL is issuing its 108th charter to the newly-formed insurance agents international union. The union has 14,000 members, 225 locals and 21 contracts, it said. WILDEY Open 6:30 P. M. - Starts 7 P. M. NOW! Thursday Showing at 9:30 only PLUS RICHARD DIX Margot Grahame, Preston Foster THE ARIZONIAN' Showing at 8:00 only CARTOON · SERIAL ON THE ISLE ... OF CAPRI One of the most romantic stories ever filmed JOAN JOSEPH FONTAINE GOTTEN In "SEPTEMBER AFFAIR" Shown at 8:21 · CO-HIT · WESTERN ACTION H I T "RIO GRANDE PATROL" With TIM JANE HOLT NIGH Shown it 7:00 and 10:05 STARTS SUNDAY In Technicolor "LULLABY OF BROADWAY" Doris Diy · Gent Nelson City Council (Continued from Pag* II council decided to authorize the laying of 700 feet of main "at once" with the other ],000 feet to be permitted "next spring or when conditions warrant" The motion, presented by Alderman Louis H. H a r l u n g and seconded by Burkhardt, received eight affirmative votes, Raymond A. Hoffman and George L. Moorman, Jr., opposed it, Approved unanimously was another motion by Harding a u t h o r i s - ing Complon to purchase 1,200 feet of four - inch water m a i n , necessary fittings and a fire hydrant in connection with a m a i n extension on the County Home property. The city will be reimbursed by the county when the job is completed. A suggestion by Alderman Alvin W. Davis that the city increase- business license fees was referred to the council's finance committee with instructions to make a recommendation. Mentioning t h a t a recent, survey showed there are 25 house trailers in Edwardsville, Alderman liar- ding suggested t h a t a regulatory ordinance be drafted. City Clerk Edward 11. Poos was instructed to write to the secretary oUhe Illinois Municipal league for model ordinances on the subject, The council also approved a motion by Harding which grants City Attorney John Mucige expenses to instigate c o u r t proceedings f o r j u d g m e n t s against persons whose sewer service rentals arc delinquent. Karlier in the meeting the a n n u a l reports by t h e - c i t y dork and city treasurer for the past fiscal year were road and approved. The council voted to engage K. F. Long for an audit of all a n n u a l accounts and special funds. Deferred to the city's legal department was a suggestion by Police Chief August Soehlke t h a t a new ordinance be drawn which would empower the police d e p a r t m e n t to round up any dog, licensed or not. which is not confined to the owner's property or kepi on a leash when off the premises, Under a motion presented by Alderman Donald W. McLean and seconded by Burkhardt, t h e ordinance is to be prepared in consul- lotion with the police chief and submitted for the council's consideration. Shortly b e f o r e adjournment, Mayor Slraube announced t h a t he is instructing City Clerk Poos to invite Alex Van Prang to attend the June 5 session for a further discussion of Ihe Deeatur engineering firm's $30,000 claim against the city. The claim stems from the city's 1948 purchase of the local water system, Deaths and Funerals iiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiwiiiiiiiiir County TB Test Results Given Dr. Lorcn L. Collins, superintendent of the Madison County sanatorium, announced Wednesday results of the tuberculin testing and eight great schools for the school year 1950-51. Among participating schools in the county, 90.1 per cent or 7119 students of a total enrollment of 7897 took part in the testing program. Tuberculin testing and X-raying In all the high schools participating was completed by March 1, and foilow-ups on persons who had abnormal shadows on their X - r films have been completed, Dr. ' Collins said. Of the 7119 students tested, 1169 or 16.4 per cent were found to be positive reactors and 99.5 per cent Approximately 480 u'achers in the county also underwent examin- en, preceded him In death M a r c l i 1 31, J949. He was a veteran of World War 11. East Is Scorched By 'Heat Wave 1 one sister, Mrs. Arthur Sulirc ,f , M i u n O|)|y fom . aclivo cases out Granite C i t y ; a niece (.eorgtlla of (,1m,,, examinations were found, Baruxen of Oseeola, Neb.; »nd a ,,,._ Col|lns sujd These cascs _ icphcw, Jerry Mihre ol C.rnnite ,,,,,,,, slwlm[K allcl onc c; ,f e , cr | a City. One brother, George U a i u x W() , ko) . _ l)ave beon ,,,^^^1 and are doing very well, he said. A total ol 545 participated at Ed- warcLsville high school, with 83 positive reactors found. Dr. Collins said t h a i no eases of tuberculosis were found In the local high school, however. ' "We arc quite pleased with (he excellent showing of Kdwards- villc high school in having practically 88 per cent of all the slu- (By United Press) A spring "heat wave" scorched the eastern half of the nation Wednesday while torrential spring rains flooded rivers in the southwest. Temperatures were expected to 'lay near 90 degrees in much of the East, South and Midwest, where records were broken at some points Tuesday. But in Kansas, the city of Syracuse was marooned by the rapidly- rising Arkansas river. Red Cross nnd National Guard units stood by all night at Garden City, where the river's crest was expected Wednesday. The Arkansas, swollen by heavy rains, washed over 100 square miles of pasture and lowland around Syracuse and cut off rail and highway communications to the city. New York had its hottest day of the year Tuesday with 82 degrees, dents ami employes participating in Ihe program," Dr. Collins said. "We think this is a very excellent showing, The excellent results obtained are due to the fine cooperation of the school principal, teachers and particularly the school health nurse." The survey is conducted annually at participating schools in Madison county and Is · part of the high school public health program. Red Assault i Continued from Page I) courage him plenty when he comes at us t h i s time." The U.S. Eighth Army communi- que said 2,8flO Heels were killed or wounded in the stcppod-up fight- and the mercury was expected t o j i n K Tuesday which apparently reach 85 Wednesday. At Boston the temperature got up to 89 Tuesday, and more of the same was predicted. The mercury went up to 8!i in Chicago and Detroit. X was 87 at Nashville, Tionn., 86 at Columbus, O., and 83 at Fort Meyers, Fla. It was n different story at Klag- Ihe stage for the Ucd assault Wednesday. The communique said the Keds wore massing troops north of Uljongbu, on the road to Seoul, a n d throwing probing attack*against allied lines on the cent nil front. South Korean troops retreat tti s t a f f , Ariz., where a freak storm on the eastern front in the dropped a six to eight-Inch blanket ;ll ' l ' a lllll1 ' s ' x enemy attacks Tues- of snow on Ihe mountains TUPS. day. And at Phoenix, Ariz., the mercury got down to 51 degrees, the lowest May 15 rearing on record. Beef Price Order (Continued Irom Page II day night nnd Wednesday morning, the communique said. Front dispatches said all Hod a t t a were beaten back except in the Inji' area But the Communists expanded t h e i r bridgeheads across the Puk- han and Soyang rivers on (lie cent r a l front under cover of rain cloud-filled skies. The renewed Chinese attacks were accompanied by a roaring aimed at slashing r e t a i l prices 9 ' a r t i l l e r y barrage ' o 10 coins by early l u l l The cat-!'' 1 '"" and the familiar blast of lemon complained the tier also bugles on the central front, vill slash meat production and An allied officer on the west- reate black markets. ern front above Seoul said Ihe The committee has no direct j u r - j l i t ' d s wore moving into sdic-llon over controls legislation, for a major drive there. ALT-WOOD -OUTDOOR Tel 4-2114 WOOD RIVER, ILL, Old St. Louis Rd. between Wood River East Alton 2 Shows Nightly · Rain or Shine - Ends Tonight DOUBLE FEATURE! First Showing in Wood River Area 'The Next Voice You Hear" -- Plus -"County Fair" In Color With Rory Calhoun and Color Cartoon I Children Under 12 Cars Fret !ut Coolcy said ils final verdict on he beef order may determine how ome congressmen vole on exlcn- ion of f a r m price controls. The ami price controls are contained n the defense production act which x pi res June 30. 'Dog' Bill Hearing Springfield, ill')--The cmitrovers- 'war. al "dog" bill, to mukc more stray oss and cats available for medical esearch, was placed on the Sen- "It looks as if they are just about ready and will be on their way down to us pretty soon," the officer said. The Hctl offensive exploited on Die Inje sector Tuesday night with a three-hour barrage by 105-milli- metor guns described as the heavl- esl Hed artillery assault of the Ic calendar Wednesday without Woman, 107, Dies Vienna, III., IP--Mrs. D o l l Smi'l), a Negro woman reported efercnce to coinmillee. Senators!to be 107 years old, died al her ecided to conduct * full hearing on home here Tuesday night. Rela- lie Senate floor next Tuesday (o lives gave the woman's uge as 107 ear the pros and cons on (he bill. I was passed by a close to 82 lo 4 vole in the House Tuesday, when the body was taken to a fun- eran home here. Funeral services will be held Friday. ROUTE 140-College Av«. Alton 2-4921 FREE TRAIN RIDES FOR KIDDIES! FREE PLAYGROUNDS FOR KIDDIES THURSDAY ONE DAY ONLY Big Dollar Value! All you can get In your pleasure car. (No trucks) for (All Taxti Paid) On The Screen Tuesday · CARTOON O'MIEN KOIBtT IYAN RUTHHUSSEY flAM McHKN ,4 I«IT«N MdUMt · COMEDY

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 20,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free