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I 4 ' THE REGISTER-NF\VS — MT, VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 1 UT VERNON REGISTER.NEWS <J)AU.I KICEPa BUADAn «. fVailOII NBWS BSTABUSHB) IITI m YZHttOn aJBGlSTBB ESTABU8HBD tSM COHMLWATKD BJMTgMBBB tS. 1820 BBWLN KACRAWAT 0. J ruuMPsoii .~. a t. BBXBOBJ* , Bdllot Bnalnnr UAnMTM ^ Ne»» Editoi Plaot SapenDteodcDt MSMBBH or CBX ASSOCUTED Pii£S»— Tb* AMod »t4Ml Prcw U racJaMvel) a tttJM to ibr OM tot tb* cnibUcsUon el ali i«rir> RTBdltM to It or not oUi*r«lM oredlt Mi, IB ttUf oiDar ui« alM UM laMi MW* pobllabad tb«r «lD. [• " '• .... tortatioB tbroaih the mailt %i tbt Pott OtflM at Honnt Vernon. aUnol*. oodar ik« •d 01 Marcb 8, 167*. •UBSCtUPTlOJI aATSI SubacTlpttoni matt om paid U) adTj Bj mail. JallarwD eoiut} u>4 ad- JotnlDi eoantlef pei ye&t H moi (8 76 S mot es.36: I mo. By mail oi ttidt Jeftertoe and ad- lolalnt eutiotle* vttbin 260 milaat reai S8 .00. e mot (6 00: S moa. S3.36: per ilDfl* moDtb Outildf WO mUei yeai 90.00: fl mo* t5.75: t «r« S3.7B. ana oiootb Uellverad by earrtar t» dty par WMk •e.oo 1.00 1.3& 1.00 je6 A Thought For Today bearing all manner of fruits.—Fenelon. They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo THESSH- THE BI6-HEARTED &UyS mo DONATE, JUST CLEAR OFF Tf^ElR SHELVtS OF THE STUFF THEyl CAN'T SELL • Editorial PENNANTITIS EPIDEMIC T HE SEPTEMBER MADNESS is upon us again. Baseball pennant races often seem to be settled in August, but the notion is a delusion. When September rolls around, the front-runners get nervous and they start losing. The heel-doggers take heart and close in. Of late years, these scraps have been going right down to the wire. Last season the Brooklyn Dodgers blew a 13-game lead, wound up in a tie with the New York Giants and then lost the title to their arch-enemies in a three-game playoff. It hasn't exactly happened the same way this year, but it could. The Giants once were more than 10 games behind the Dodgers, but now they're snapping close at heel. For the Dodgers, September appears to be the time of the great sickness. They just find it hard to win. Over in the American League, the New York Yankees, though pale shadows of their former selves, were ticketed as sure things a few weeks ago. But now they too are being pushed in a neck and neck race with the Cleveland Indians. The Indians threaten annually, but in the past they never have managed to remember who was champ when playing the lowlier clubs. They have a raft of games this time with the last-place Tigers. Will history repeat itself, or will the Indians now rise up and tomahawk the weak brethren who have been thwarting them these many seasons ? GERMANY TAKES LESSON IN MORALS I T WAS BATHER LIKE a shotgun wedding. The atmosphere was stiff and cold. And yet It had to be recognized as a significant milestone. The German government at Bonn was voluntarily signing • pact with Israel for the payment of $822 million in restitution for the Nazis' crimes against the Jews. No one should have been surprised at the absence of a brotherly spirit at the signing. Hitler's legacy of hate and bitterness could not be so swiftly wiped out. Nevertheless, the act by the Bonn government is a first step toward recognition of Germany of its moral responsibility for what happened. More than that, however bitter the pill, it is recognition by Germans that they must learn to live in a world peopled by humans ©f many different types and beliefs. Campaign Train Minus Ike Is Lonesome "Ulcer Avenue VTEAH~OME LOOK AT A PRIZE/ ANP yiDU CAM TELL ^ /W ILL SOViEBODV TELL ME V MV ^ -THE COMMITTEE LOCK'S THAT CASE ARE -WEVAFRAiP LAST VSARfe WINNERS W ILL aiT THEIR PRIZ.ES RACk? W HO CRiTicrizEN ARETHEOJES • WHO VVtodLDAiT P UTiip A PRIZE g SaviE FLORIPAGU/ W ILL WiMThE W OOLU AMD Aw ESKIMO W ILL W IN THE ^ STRAW KAT// , indictments Of Gibbs and Adduci Upheld By ^iiociattd '<-«ti SPRINGFIELD, 111. The Illinois Supreme Court today up- lield indictni(Mit.s against former Stalo Flop. Williani F. Gibbs of Quincy and State Rep. .lames J. Adduci of Chicago. A.s a result of tiie rulins, the wo men facp liial.s in Sangamon County Circuit coiu't on the charKo.s. The cases arc separate. The tribunal in its decision overruled Judge Clem Smith of Sangamon County Circuit Court, who had quashed the indictments. Six indictments asainst Gibbs, a \)e\6H\H6 Tfffi UtoRTM OF THE 6RAB B^SFbR 1 ++E CLUB HAIR-PULL 7V/4//V A^a?A Wcp \, IMEMATLOMATTO CHARLIE CURRAf^, TIMES SQ.,Ny.C. II By JACK BELL ABOARD EISENHOWER SPECIAL — (AP) — "Ulcer Avenue" is going south today without its principal character actor. "Ulcer Avenue" is this 18-car campaign train, a lonesome, wandering sort of derelict without Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Republican nominee for president. And what you do when there !• no candidate? It seems you just ride from St. Paul, Minn., where the nominee deserted to fly back to New York for an American Federation of Labor convention •peech, to the Tri-City area of Moline, HI., Rock Island, 111., and Davenport, la. Eisenhower rejoins us tonight but will sleep in a Davenport Hotel before we go off again campaigning. We've got Mamie, the general's wife aboard, but Maunie won't make any speeches. So what do we newsmen do ? We look at the scenery and think of the morrow when the general will be back, waving his arms at the applauding crowds. Took Month To Arrange That's only part of what makes this train known as "Ulcer avenue." Sen. Fred Seaton of Nebraska, dubbed it that when he became the fall guy for arranging the lineup of 18 assorted railroad cars and making them move in a synchronized sort of way. It toik a month for Seaton and his staff to figure out the whole thing. It took three weeks for electricians to wire the train — and they couldn't go more than half way forwJird from the general's private car on the caboose end to the diner. Why? because every railroad has to put on its own diner, always in the middle of the train. Seaton and four other top advisers don't have to walk back to the general's private car to talk t ohim. They can pick up an intercom telephone and get him on the wire in a second. Ike's Car Has Shower The Eisenhower prviate car, at the end of this extra-heavy extra- long passenger train, is a pretty fancy thing. It has showers, lounges, over-stuffed chairs and a dining alcove. • j !llarlow The World Today Transfusions For European Nations * * BY -lAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON. (AP). —If si.x men exchani^ed their blood with one another in a multitude transfusion, each of tiiem would have a rugged time ever trying to re- clairn ' his own red corpuscles again. Si.x European nations—France, West Germany, Belgium, Italy, The Netherlands and Luxembourg —are trying to give one another a transfusion by moving toward a unity and pooling of economic, military and political interests from which they can't disentangle themselves. After their long and bloody history this is an astonishing revolution which in the end, of course, may not succeed. » * « FOR ALL SIX WORLD WAR II VV.AS X DISASTER. Economic instability and fear of Russia has forced them to seek a solution in unity instead of ri\-alry. The steps they nave taken, and are considering require each of the si.x to yield some of its ancient sovereignty. If what they are doing succeeds it ma>- lead some day to a United States of Europe. Here is what has been done: Economic unit%- — The six have approved treaties pooling their coal and steel resources. It wnll be carried out by four main agencies: 1. —The high authority, a group of managers, representing the six nations, will run their coal and steel industries, setting prices, controlling distribution in the six countries, and allotting production. « • • 2.—COUNCIL OF .MINISTERS, REPRESENT.4TIVES from the cabinet of each of the sLx, can veto what the high authority does. 3. —Assembly, a parhament made up of 78 representatives from the six nations, can make recommendations to the high authority and even dissolve the authority if it dislikes what's being done. 4.— High court, a supreme court for deciding the legality of action taken by the organization. Military unity— * * • FIVE OF THE SIX ARE >IEM- BERS OF THE North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) which also includes the United • Dr. Jordan The Doctor Says WHOOPING COUGH IS DANGEROUS FOR INFANTS AND THE AGED Beasts, Wild and Tame Answer to Previous Puzzte HORIZONTAL 1 Canine 4 Rabbit 8 Sea bird 12 Exist 13 Sacred buU 14 Song 15 Pitch 16 Most solitary' 18 Wraps up 20 Growing out 21 Donkey 22 Ages 24 Silicate used In powder. 26 Fruit drinks 27 Article 30 Covered passageway 32 One of Mother 3 Arctic falcon 4 Corridors 5 Footless 6 Washed UghUy 7 Direction (ab.) 8 Wins 0 Fertilizer ingredient 10 Roster 11 Tardy 17 Rented 19 Motion c H A R A C -r O R R B «» • T • c H 1 P E O IZ e '4 • c O P A K » IM T • R e 5 x A m U « A L. o Nt o • s m R. A IM M O K T a A a A I- E 1 t> m ^ o • T u R S O e N A R M A -r e S A G O ^. A' N 1 s T E IM o f' TT A T A c o R tM R 1 O 0 o O K B 1 T A e> P R m 9 X K A f « e • T 9 26 Eagle's nest 27 Tracts 28 Edges 29 Otherwise picture award 31 Determine 23 Refund 33 Parts ol 24 Pacific island school year cloth 38 Worthless 25 In a line 40 Silent (musiO 41 Frendi river 42 Stain 43 itaUan tivtt 44 Crazy (sl^g) 46 Raise 47 Egyptian rivei 48 Sand SO Female saint <ab.> Carey's chickens 34 Less rich 35 Revokes a legacy 36 Beard of wheat Zl Metropolis 39 Destroy 40 Row 41 Amount (ab.) 42 Dinner course 1=7 45 Getting up 49 Operations §1 Knight's title B2 Formerly B3 Preposition 84 High priest SSBlow 06 Australian lake «^7Pl«ced VWBTKAL ^ IftUit SAlgerian wapori By EDW IN P. JORDAN, M. D. Written for NE.4 Se^^'ice Anyone who has had whooping cough knows that it no joke. The disease is unpleasant — to say the least — for weeks or months at a time, and carries some danger to life, particularly for small infants and the aged. Even those who recover may have hemorrhages and bleeding from the lungs or the breathing pasages: complications such as permanent bronchitis are by no means unusual. When the schools open in the fall the danger from whooping cough rapidly increases. A single child coming into school with whooping cough can spread it to others, thus perhaps beginning a cycle which may develop into a real epidemic. Most doctors believe that the vaccine against whooping cough will give good protection to children. It is usually best to begin these injections when the child is about six months old. Infants or small children who have not been given the injections to immunize them, but who have been seriously exposed, are sometimes given a special serum which seems to help in making the disease more mild. ..Teatment includes rest in bed, good nursing care, and special attention to nutrition, especially if there is vomiting. Whooping cough is carried directly from person to person. Children from one to 10 venrs old are most likely to be attacked, but older children, adults and infants under six weeks old can catch it. Wliin tiny infants are attacked it is most serious. Vomiting often accompanies whooping cough and •vhen small childidn get the disease ihe\»ma\' become starved and aniaciated simply because they cannot get enough food. The disease is also especially serious for elderly persons. COUGH BECOiMES WORSE At first the symptoms seem like those for an ordinary cold — with slight fever, running nose, watering eyes, and slight cough. After a week or 10 days the cough begins to become worse and the typical parozysms of coughing set in. The fit of coughing begins with a series of 1,5 to 20 forced, short coughs without any breaths in between. The child may get blue in the face and then take a deep breath of air which sounds like a whoop. Several fits of coughing often come one after the other until a small amount of sticky mucus is coughed up, bringing temporary relief. *i - ^Diaper Rash S- JiJK To cleanse tender parts, yy ease red, smarting skin, . and hasten return of iT) comfort, use dependable RESINOL""""' ANOSOAP States. Britain, Canada and others. West Germany is not a member of NATO. The NATO nations pledge to help one another in case of attack. Five of the six are forming inside NATO their own organization called the European Defen.se Community (EDO), an arrangement by which these six will pool their military resources and defense. The other NATO nations are not involved in this pooling. Political— The six last week set up machinery to propose plans for their federation, or further unification, which would involve pooling foreign affairs, trade and finance problems. — WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY — (WEED WITH ROOTS IN HtLl) CAH THEY SMOKE IT V JUST OHCE ... AND THEN QUIT /A FOREVER ??? ^ See This Educational Film About One of Today's Major Vices -PLUS SECOND FEATURE"THESE GIRLS ARE FOOLISH" SHOW EVERY NIGHT—RAIN OR CLEAR~ ALL THE TIME WHEN YOU USE PATTIRSON-SAROINT HOUSE PAINT PiR OALION Dress up your home exterior now with famed, long-Usting BPS House Piint. Tough and durable, it provides mixifflum protection against wear and weather ... stays clean and fresh-looking for yeinl For top results, use BPS House Paint. MORGAN MASONRY SUPPLY 1112 Casey—Phone 4335 Plenty of Free Parking Space for Our Customers DRIVE-lli THEATRE • LA%1 TIMES TONIGHT • Ruth Hussey - Rod Cameron - John Agar - Gale Storm "Women of the North Country" THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY -PLUS SECOND FEATURE- SIMOflE SIMON • KENT SMITH mmm^mimm JACK HOLT Democrat, charged forgery, confidence game and grand larceny in connection with alleged State Highway Division payroll irregularities between 1943 and 1949. Gibbs, who served 14 years in the Illinois House, was defeated for re-election in 1950. Adduci, a Republican, was accused of receiving illegal commissions on state contracts in Ihc sale of cnvcloi^>es to the state. The 37-ycnr-oId Chicago lawmaker, first elected to the Illinois Hou.so in 1934, was renominated for another term last April but withdrew last month as a candidate. Although the owl cannot move its eyes in their sockets, it can rotate its head in an arc as wide as 270 degrees. Your Manners At a party you find yourself talking to a person to whom you were introduced but whose name you did not catch. WRONG: Make no effort (o find out his name. KIOIIT: Say, "I'm sorry but I didn't catch your name when we wcic introduced." T. B. RUSSELL AIICTIONKER Laiid, Furniture, Farm Phone IMt. V 127. 170 lloyleton Satisfaction iniarnntried. All salei brondcBst over WMIX. Notice, Young Republicans! BUSINESS MEETING Friday, Sept. 19th-7:30 P. M. 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