Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 2, 1952 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERMON, ILLINOIS SMOKE BILLOWS FROM MT. VERNON FIRE Briton Sure U.N. Can Halt Enemy; Has Truce Hunch By Aitacllt.d Pr.fr VANCOUVER, B. C. — A British general back from Koren expressed confidence Wednesday that United Nations forces, arrayed in three lines of defense, can stop any new Communist offensive. "In my view," said Maj. Gen. A. J. H. Cassels, "If we don't stop them at the first, we'll probably stop them at the second, and in- dutiably at the third." Gen. Cassels was the former commander of the Commonwealth Brigade in Korea. "I have a hunch there will be a Korean armistice within six to nine months," he added in an interview. "Why, I don't know." Union Sponsoring Democrat Talks By Associated Prts* WASHINGTON — President Truman, in a nation-wide radio broadcast, pictured the Nov. •! election as a choice helvvoen the "liberal program" of the Democrats and the "pullback program" of the Republicans. The 15-minute program over ABC Wednesday night had been recorded by Truman al the White House before be embarked on his whistlestop tour. The broadcast was the first of five, featuring top names of the Democratic party and show business, being sponsored weekly by the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. Stratton Bars Solicitations for Campaign Funds By Associated Pren GALENA, 111. — William G. Stratton, the Republican candidate for governor, said Wednesday that solicitors for Democratic campaign funds have made a practice of accosting Statehouse em­ ployes as they cash their paychecks. Stratton, who now is state treasurer, said he told guards of the state treasurer's bank "not to allow any of these political solicitors lo operate in our office." "I won't solicit contributions from my own employes and I'm not going to let solicitations bo carried on in my office," he said in a campaign talk. Huge clouds of smoke rolled over the Mt. Vernon Neon Sign Co. at the north edge of the city this morning as firemen battled a blaze which caused damage running over $100,000. The brick building which houses the office and assembly line, at left, was damaged by smoke and water. The building shown burning at the right rear is a new section on which the roof was finished just yesterday. (Leitzell Photo) Weather By Associated Pr.n Chicago, partly cloudy 86 47 Cincinnati, clear 86 54 Cleveland, cloudy 87 57 Detroit, cloudy 86 52 Indianapolis, partly cloudy 87 50 Memphis, clear 90 63 Milwaukee, partly cloudy.. 80 43 Des Moines, partly cloudy.. 74 41 Kansas City, clear 86 50 Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudy 63 40 Omaha, clear 75 40 St. Louis, clear 91 51 Atlanta, clear 86 58 Boston, cloudy 65 57 Miami, cloudy 89 M New York, cloudy , 70 63 Fort Worth, clear 94 68 New Orleans, clea? 88 69 Denver, clear 72 41 Helena, clear 75 33 Phoenix, clear 98 65 Los Angeles, cloudy 67 62 San Francisco, clear 87 54 Seattle, cloudy 64 45 British Free Nazi General By Associated Press BONN, Germany — Former Gen. Eberhard Von Mackensen, once sentenced to death for war crimes, was freed from the British prison at Werl today. Mackensen was deputy to Field Marshal Albert Kesselring in Italy during the war. Kesselring is serving a life sentence in Werl. Mackensen was convicted in 1946 of 'being concerned in the shooting of more than 300 hostages in the Ardentine Caves in Italy and was sentenced to death. This later was commuted to life Imprisonment. Now 63, he was released as an act of clemency, the British announcement said. PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 4 1- P. M. Prompt 705 E. PERKINS 1 Norge refrigerator, like new. 1 Bottle gas stove. 1 Breakfast set. 1 Kitehen cabinet. 1 O. E. washing machine, extra good. 1 Living- room suite. 1 Kneehole desk and chair. 1 Cedar bookshelf. 1 Cricket chair. 1 8-Rlece bedroom suite, complete with springs and mattress. 1 Maple bed, complete with springs and mattress. 1 Maple chest of drawers. 1 Cedarlined baby's chest. 1 Circulator coal stove. * 1 Baby bed. 1 Clothes hamper. 2 Table lamps. 2 Maple end tables. 1 Telephone stand. 1 Coffee table. Lawn mower and garden tools. Lawn chairs. 1 Ottoman, 1 Irvning board. 1 Electric fan. Dishes and many other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of sale cash and not responsible for accidents. GEORGE MURPHY OWNER CASSELL RICHARDSON, Auct. Wayne County Feeder CALF SALE M0NTICELL0, KY. At Monticello Stockyards On Ky. Highway 92 TUESDAY, OCT. 7th 400 Head Top Feeder Calves Average Wt., 400 Lbs. All calves entering this sale will be black leg and shipping fever vaccinated; all calves TB tested; heifer calves bled and vaccinated. Cattle will be graded according to breed, sex, size and quality by USDA standards. Grading will be done by the University of Kentucky Extension Service. A pen of 4-H and FFA club calves to be sold individually by the head. For further information phone 18, Monticello, Ky., or write. Robert L. Peercy, Sec. Route 1—Monticello, Ky. Insurance Men Meet October 8 At Centralia The Central-Southern Illinois Life Underwriters Association will hold its regular October., meeting at the Langenfeld Motel at Centralia at 6:30 p, m. Wednesday, October 8. Rex. H. Anderson, agency supervisor of the Great-West Life Assurance Company, will be the speaker and his subject is to be "1952 Opportunities in Life Insurance." Anderson entered the life insurance business upon graduation from Beloit College in 1941 as a group insurance representative in Minnesota. From 1942 to 1946' he served in the U. S. Air Force as a member of the staff of the First Troop Carrier Command, and was instrumental in the preparation of technical and tactical training direction for Ground and Flying personnel. He saw service with the 54th Troop Carrier Wing in the Philippines and Japan. Following his release from military service he re-entered the Group insurance business as a director for the state of Connecticut. In April of 1950 he was taken into the Head Office of The Great-West Life as Sales Promotion Manager, and is author of his company's Accident and Health training course for salesmen. During the past two years he has spent a great deal of time in speaking before various organizations in the United States and Canada and is exceptionally well qualified for his subject. "Terribly Strict" Father Kills His Daughter, Self By Associated Press MIAMI, Fla — A father whom neighbors described as "terribly strict" shot and killed his 16-year- old daughter when she returned home late Wednesday night, then fatally wounded himself, police reported. Detective E. F. Lasseter said Betty Moore, pretty junior at Miami Edison High School, was shot down in the hallway of her bungalow home by her father, John R. Moore, about 50. Lasseter said he had learned that the father had refused to allow Betty to go out with boys! at all until recently. The shooting occurred after Betty returned home from a date with an unidentified boy. On Moore's dresser, Lasseter said, was a note saying: "My darling baby. I love you too much to have you go through the hardship of life on this old Earth." NATURAL BRIDGE Ton to natural bridge is formed of white limestone and red coral. Located near Pnyson, Ariz., the bridge is 185 feel above a stream bod. Grapes are here! TEMPERATURES Rock ford 82 46 Moline 83 43 Peoria 83 44 Quincy 84 42 Rantoul 82 46 Springfield 83 49 Vandalia 92 45 Scott Field 93 53 Mt. Vernon 93 57 Holsum NOISUM VNIHIO lAKin Help yourself to a meal's best friend! Help yourself to Holsum. ] CANADIAN ACE BEER Qts. 29c Case 24 12-Oz. Bottles $2.79 Case 24 12-Oz. Cans < $3.19 HOME BEVERAGE We Deliver 1215 Casey — Phone 3097 • ft Product ef Sentisl fidir PUT UP JAM AND JELLY WITH CERTO* PECTIH TODMl , natural U\iH peclm product! FuJJv automatic — all you have to do is plug it in and let it go. Starts perking in less than * minute. Keepi coffee hot after percolation ha* (topped. Complete with cord. Underwriters' approved. Also available in 3 differ-, ent colors — sunset gold, cherry red and del/ phiniuxn blue — for only $13.95. FREDMAN BROS. 222 S. 9th FURNITURE CO . Mt. Vernon HAND'S GROCERY Vz Mile East on Fairfield Road—Phone T873-W DODSON'S GROCERY 12th St. and Waltonville Road — Phone 2953-J PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE AT OUR STORES Blue Jean OLEO LB 19« 24 Oz. Eagle 2 for 1 14 Oz. Brooks MUSTARD 25* I CATSUP 19* Pointer 3 Cans DOGFOOD25* (With Chlorophyll) KINGAN'S QUALITY CANNED MEATS AT OUR STORES Pointer 3 Cans DOGFOOD25* (With Chlorophyll) KINGAN'S QUALITY CANNED MEATS AT OUR STORES Reg. 5c Curtiss 6 Bart Baby Ruth OCC Butterfinger £_ J Coconut Grove ™" Curtiss Window Pak Baby Ruth 12 +]Q( Butterfinger oz. J jf Coconut Niblets w# Kingan'H Lb. Tin CHILI 37* CON CARNE Of Klngan's—Lots of Ham LIMA BEANS Alt With Ham ___*tf Klngan 'u Lb. Tin NOODLES AQC and BEEF ... 17 Kin pan's Lb. Tin SPAGHETTI 07* & MEAT Klngan's 12 Oz. K-P AIL* LUNCHEON _. t«J Klngan's 12 Oz. BEEF AQC With Gravy .. 07 Reg. 5c Curtiss 6 Bart Baby Ruth OCC Butterfinger £_ J Coconut Grove ™" Curtiss Window Pak Baby Ruth 12 +]Q( Butterfinger oz. J jf Coconut Niblets w# Kingan's Lb. Tin BEEF STEW CCc With V'tables QQ Klngan's Oz. POTTED 1 Ac MEAT 1U CHERRIES 5£- ,J 1" HOLSUM BREAD FRESH DAILY FRESH MEATS FRUITS—VEGETABLES FRESH nrrr 13* GROUND DCLI Lb U!l BANANAS .10' unuunv ia. "ff^ Med. Size 4| #%g CABBAGE 3.., 1 7 Pascal dj PV CELERY stalk \Q Lge 4's Size OCC LETTUCE 2 ^ Z J 288 Size OQ^ ORANGES // Rath Sliced Af%C BACON ___,„. *fl Lcan AO* PORK ROAST iJf 7 50 Lb. Tin $|*89 LARD Q Skinless yflflC WIENERS _. .h 17 Pork JQ< STEAK .. _ _«, *|7 * Rath Smoked *10* BACON SQ. n„ ZO Med. Size 4| #%g CABBAGE 3.., 1 7 Pascal dj PV CELERY stalk \Q Lge 4's Size OCC LETTUCE 2 ^ Z J 288 Size OQ^ ORANGES // Rath Sliced Af%C BACON ___,„. *fl Lcan AO* PORK ROAST iJf 7 50 Lb. Tin $|*89 LARD Q Skinless yflflC WIENERS _. .h 17 Pork JQ< STEAK .. _ _«, *|7 * Rath Smoked *10* BACON SQ. n„ ZO Good Eating Per Bag $3.69 POTATOES 10" 39* Rath Sliced Af%C BACON ___,„. *fl Lcan AO* PORK ROAST iJf 7 50 Lb. Tin $|*89 LARD Q Skinless yflflC WIENERS _. .h 17 Pork JQ< STEAK .. _ _«, *|7 * Rath Smoked *10* BACON SQ. n„ ZO Hand's Grocery wishes to take this opportunity to thank all of his many friends and customers for making: the opening of his new store such n wonderful success. Be sure and shop at either Hand's Grocery or Dodson's Grocery for the best buys in Meats, Fresh Vegetables and Groceries and any other items that you may need. BOILING BEEF 3 Lb$ 1 00 • Hand's Grocery wishes to take this opportunity to thank all of his many friends and customers for making: the opening of his new store such n wonderful success. Be sure and shop at either Hand's Grocery or Dodson's Grocery for the best buys in Meats, Fresh Vegetables and Groceries and any other items that you may need. — We Reserve the to Limit Quantity —

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