Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 24, 1952 · Page 13
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I WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Zandorra Answers Readers' Questions Zandorra the mystic answers moro questions for readers of the Register-News. The noted mystic is now in flio Theatre as Zandorra. However, tier real name is Dr. I. E. W. Sinnelf (psychologist) and she has made a lite time study of mental science. Q — C. E. S. — of Mt. Vernon— About the woman 1 love? A — This is your vvife — and I believe tliat tlie separation and divorce was a giavo misla)<c in the first place and you will be successful in righting this wrong — and you will remarry — for the happiness thai .vou both sock in the future. See nie lor future advice and I shall bu happy to help you further. * * • • Q — I. G. of City — Regards changes ? A — Well ymi ha\e tfioUKlit about it long ' enoijgii — you'll make the change. Regards your plan for happiness the coming year — Yes, you v\ili put all this off a little longer, tor more thought and meditation. * * * # Q — G. fc;. O. of City, Rf. 7 — Will I get the job? A — I believe that if vou will talk to the parly inilralcri R. C. MCM personally you will get the position you have placed application for in the iiast a little sooner — the talk v^ould be impressive - .vou are liolh honest and competent and >ou I feel will succeed, * * • * Q — G. K. A. P. of Mt. Vernon — Regards mariiage" A — Yes, jou wj)) niarr.v the one you are now in lo\e with — you will find happiness this seems doubtful to you because of the past, for you have been married before — but I do not see you living alone, you are lonely — now is the time. * • * « Q — Should I make a will? Mrs. E. C. of Mt. Vernon. A — Yes, by all means. Not because you're of the opinion that you will not be around for I believe you will he for a long time yet —- But —- that it is just, good business. Have the will witnessed by at least three responsible persons and name someone with knowledge of the law — as executor. And when you make the change that you plan making next year — make another will and have it witnessed by persons residing there. Present witnesses are Important ones, who can be available. See me if you should like to talk about this further — and the party you worry so much about — initialed, J. Q — vviii I niaiTv and when? —J. L. G. of City. A — Why not? Surel\' you haven't been taking up her time for the last six years — just because she is a good cook. Forget the money that you feel will be involved. Money has never been known to buy happiness and you are not growing younger. Just remember true happiness is where the heart is. • * • » Q — Regards the contemplated change ? A — I do not see you happy — Know in xour own mind that hap­ piness is your true destiny in this life — and when you do not have it — seek it — for I believe that — that which you are seeking — is seeking you — you will find your niche, in life. See me about it. * « • * Q — M. R. — of Mt, Vernon. About your place? A — Only when it is agreeable with J — He works very hard — Will keep his position until retirement. At that time you will make a complete change of residence. This is something to think about. You see I do not believe that you will always live i the state of Illinois. * * * 1^ Q _ J, S. — Is she fickle? A — Well, you find her company the best yet, the qualities you find fault with arc the very ones that attract you to her. She will always be the life — of any company — where she may be. Stop being jealous. I believe the fault lies with you yourself. * • » * Q — M, M, H. — Regards work here? A — I believe that you will return home. « • * * Q — V. M. S. — of Mt. Vernon. Regards your work? A — You do not liave to work at all. I believe that your husband is able to support you — and that you can remain home or do something else if you were to make up your own mind to make the change. Also am of the opinion that it would be favorable, from a standpoint of happiness in your home life. See me if you would hke to talk about it. * « « * Q — Mrs. M. H. of City — Regards your husband ? A — I believe that it would be favorable for him to make the change he has been planning because of his eyes — that he will need treatment and care — for them to improve — work that would not be a strain — upon him physically would be favorable. I would suggest an eye specialist by all means — and see me for further advice — I will help you further. * * • • Q — Mrs. A. A. of McLeansboro. 111. About your son? A-— Look forward to having him home soon — Now in England —Back home with you the coming year — Which is practically here. It won't be long now. * * * • Q ~ What must I do? E. C. of Kentucky. A — You will pack up your SEE IF IT'S A WRONG NUMBER -Pat Cruxton, of Sutten Coldfield, England, is able to see Jim Rackett as the two television development engineers demonstrate the "Television-Telephone" at London's National Radio Show. The demonstration gives a preview of the future, when you'll have to look, as well as sound charming, on the tele-video nhone. Radict Central local time—listings fit either daylight or standard unless specified. POLITICS TONIGHT Radio—ABC 10:15 Gov. A, B, Langlie of Washington from Seattle. NEW YORK — The television weekend is now full almost to overflowing. CBS-TV contributed its share in the person of Jackie Gleason; Jimmy Durante came back to NBC-TV and .so did Martin and Lewis; football went into operation on two networks. For his opener Gleason had real things and return home — You are homesick my friend, and the loved ones at home are just as anxious to see you as you are to be with them. You are forgiven this time, but — Do not allow all this to happen again. * * * * Q — Mrs. X — Will he ever change? A — No, you knew his habits when you married him. He is past forty and quite set — in his ideas and ways — and will only change — as he wishes to — and as time goes on, I believe that your love is great enough to still "love him, with his faults — and that you will find happiness together. More answers tomorrow, ZANDORRA. FOR EXCAVATING: PONDS —BASEMENTS —CLEARING AND PUSHING UP TREES —DITCH DIGGING HOLMAN MOTOR CO. Phon» 266 competition, with Jimmy Durante and his guests, Margaret Truman and Phil Harris, making merry at the same time. Nonetheless, Jackie had about the best of everything in production for his transfer from Dumont's Cavalcade of Stars, which, by the way, closes vvith Larry Storch on Friday. Gleason also had guests and there was a stage-wide chorus line, which was very effective. Gleason brought along his supporting partner. Art Carney, character man who is effective in any role he tries. Coke is so There's something special about food cooked outdoors—and serving Coca-Cola with it makes it extra special. 80TTIED UNDER AUTHORtTY Of THI COC^-COIA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. — 1129 Broadway — Phon* 202 "M," I, a r^ht*r,d lrod,-mark. (y 1932, THE COCA-COIA COMPANY This weekend pro-football will be added when Dumont carries its first two games Sunday to open a schedule continuing into December. The college game, Princeton vs. Columbia, will come from New York. The service game will have Quantico Marines vs. Cherry Point Marines at Washington. Dumont will split its network into two sections for Los Angeles at Cleveland and Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Carmi Child Is Dead of Polio By Associ«<ad Press EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Eight- day-old Mark Allen Stewart of (201 Maple St.) Carmi, 111., died Tuesday of bulbar polio in Deaconess Hospital, Evansville. The child was brought to the hospital Monday night. 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