Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 3, 1952 · Page 4
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, October 3, 1952
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4 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1952 MT. VERNON REGISTER-NEWS (DAILT EXCEPT BUMDAT) MT VXRKON NEWS ESTABLISHED 1S71 IfT VERNOH BEOI9TEB ESTABLISHED IBM CONSOLIDATED SEPTI1MBEB 2«. 1020 EDWIN RACKAWAT C. J THOMPSON OBLiM M ETC ALT « L SHEHORM Editor Baatneis Manact , M«w> Editor . Plant Saperloundant JIEMBEH OV TBS ASSOCIATED PRESS— The A MOC UU X ] Preee u •iclmlreti en titled to tht DH for ih« publication of til D liri erorllled to 11 or not otlnrwtM credit «d u> "Hi D»P« »nd also the local news pnMl'hod therein Entered es Second Claes matter for trane- Donation through the mails at ibt Poll Otflc* »t Mount Vernon. Ultnota. under the i £t of March S. 1S70. 1.00 SUBSCRIJTIOJN BATES SubeerfDllons rau<< be paid In tdTui 11/ mall Jelftreon count; and ad Joining countlei per /ear f) mot S3 76. 8 mot (2 26. 1 mo By mall ontelde 'efferaon and ad- )oinin» counties within 260 mllrio rear SS.OO: fl moi tfi 00- S moa. S3.25 par etnfle month 1.26 Outelde 260 mile*, feat til.00 % tnoi K6.76: B moa 13 70 • Ana month fc 1.60 DelirerMj bi carrier In dt» pe» week ..... .....„_.... .26 A Thought For Today Yet hath he not root In himself, but dureth for ^whilei for when tribulation or persecution nrl/ieth becausa of the word, by and by he in offended.—Matthew 13.21. ^ t Ood always gives us atrensth to bear our troubles dnv by day. but He Sver Mated on our piling the trouble, put. and those to come, on top of those of today.—Elbert Hubbard. Editorial ^WESTERN BIG THREE WON'E BE MISLED BY RUSSIAN MOTIVE FOR AIM TO UNIFY REICH T HE WKSTEItN IJKJ TIIKKE —the United Slates, France and Brit­ ain—h«ve once again made it clear to Russia thnt they do not Intend to be misled into selling West Germany down the river. By firmly rejectIng Moscow's proposal that, the German unification problem he considered at a four-power parley in Octoher, the western capitals have now left the next move plainly up to the Russians. For more Hum n year now, the roadblocks lo the German unification movement has been the question of free elections. The West has Insisted that no unification talks can he held until plans have been worked out to permit the East and West Germans freely to eloct a unified government. Agreeing to unification without prior assurances that such elec- —y^s-would not-Jac interfered witiifry.- any-QUialde power, argue the Big Three, would quickly result In Red dominance of East German polling and make the new government overwhelmingly Communist. • • • M OSCOW HAS AGRKED to the free elections point in principle and says it is now willing to bow to Big Three demands that a commission be created to work out the details. But it has Insisted that, such a commission should be composed entirely of Germans, or of members of the Big Four, and that It should not be set up until after the unification agreement. The West has turned down this proposal flatly, claiming that any commission made up of Germans or of representatives of the Big Four could not be impartial. Thoy suggest, instead, that an unbiased investigation be conducted by disinterested UN members. The western capitals have little faith in Soviet assurances that free elections can be held In the Red-dominated East Germany sector without impartial supervision and have bluntly said so. It has been learned "by hard experience In recent years," said their most recent note to Moscow, "that terms such as 'free elections' have one meaning In common parlance and another in the official Soviet vocabulary." # • • B IG THREE OBSERVERS Interpret the Russian interest in an immediate unification conference as an attempt to divert West German attention from the cementing of its new ties with the Europ- MII defense community. This fall, the Bonn Republic must ratify the six-power Western European scheme for forming a single defense force and must also act on the new arrangements that have been drawn up with the West to restore It to near sovereignty and freedom. By holding up the bait of an Independent and neutral Germany, thus wooing Germans who yearn for national unity, as well as the Western Europeans who fear Germany and hope that a settlement could relieve world tension, the Soviet apparently hopei to disrupt these arrangements. ,, Certainly it is clear that Moscow's aims for a unified Reich are not motivated solely by the high Ideals to which it gives Hp service Otherwise, there could be little justlflcaton for its stand on the froc- •lectlon issue. And the West is working in the best Interest of the German people, as well as for Its own benefit by refusing to be fooled. Animol Talk 7 Hops' kiln 2 Great lake 3 Storehouse 4 Visages 5 Wing shaped 6 Condiment 7 Bind 8 English daisy 8 Arabian garments 10 Rake 11 Vend 17 Cause 18 Metal plates 23 How the cow talked 24 Tumor <suffix) HORIZONTAL 1 Crt'i taflt 4 Reality t These fish i don't talk 12 Age , IS Soviet mountains M Musical Instrument 15 Man's tttie 16 Tomcat's tslk 18 Farm machines (20 Picture support Bl Pronoun \ sum. 22 Polish soldier 25 Scent 24 Dove's tslk 26 German clrj 26 Heroic poetry 37 Point of the compass 30 Draws (orth 32 Covered with trees £4 Deprivations 35 Total 36 Before B7 Peruse B9 Solar disc 40 Misdeeds 41 For 42 Adhesive '4b Scrubbed 49 Amuse 5t Chill 1 '*2 Kind ot i -hoesc JS3 Ceremony j:S4 Exclamation ii Photometric unit 1 *W Malt beverages j$7 Mr. Chaney VERTICAL I Disorder An .WwT to Prejvlout Pimlt 27 Expression of 41 Pieces of corn newspaper opinion 28 Dry 29 Paradise 31 Weirder 33 Japanese seaport 38 Attack 40 Stalks bread 42 Chicken talk 43 Amos and 44 Asterisk 40 Quote 47 Resound 48 College official 50 Musical syllable 1 r- r- 1 lo r- 15" il ll ii ir 1$ lb 11 18 w< 16 ST™ 25 ii ST™ 25 w n ik W JO ii ' s a [ii' 3 *1 § IS it w ii i 140 i AT •a. HI i 50 Si • sz Si ST 55 Si «r 3 F FOR EXCAVATING: PONDS — BASEMENTS — CLEARING AND PUSHING UP TREES—DITCH DIGGING HOLMAN MOTOR CO. Phone 266 m Mar low The World Today Bore Knuckle Fight In Political Campaign + * * BY ARTHUR EDSON Kor >liimos Marlow WASHINGTON. (AP). — The gloves are off in the presidential cnmpnlgn. The fightng Is down to bare knuckles, and the prospects are that both candidates will bo battered considerably before November 4. • * » WE VOTERS ARE THE ONLY REKEKEE. It will be up to us to decide who lands the most telling blows. It might be well, while we're about It, to penalize with the loss of the round anyone who lands a low blow. This campaign started off pleasantly enough, but gradually the tone has become sharper, the words blunter, until this week each side has used the same word to describe the other's tactics: Smear. President Truman said of the Rcpubllcanss: "They are engaging in the greatest smear campaign this year that we have ever seen in American politics." In the same speech, in Havre, Mont., Truman lit into a remark Dwlght D. Eisenhower made back In 1945. Eisenhower told Congress then: "Nothing guides Russian policy so much as a desire for membership with the United States." "His advice cnrrled great weight and it therefore did a great deal of harm," Truman said. "Perhaps if he had given us better advice in 1945, wo wouldn't have had so much trouble In waking up the country to the danger of Commun 1st imperialism in J946 and 1947 and 1948." The Republican reply, by Sen Richard Nixon: "the most vicious smear In history." And Nixon departed from his prepared text in Alexandria, Va., to cry. "Why, thai piano-playing letter writer!" • * • V K R H A I' S EISENHOWER'S STRONGEST words have been: "We have an administration which may go down in history ** that 'scandal-a-dav administration'." Adlal Stevenson usually has relied on the short punch-line. Such as: "If the Republicans will stop telling lies about us, we will stop telling the truth about them." This week Stevenson used the word "bunk." "I think," Stevenson said, "the carefully cultivated legend that all Democrats are wasters and all Republicans economical Is bunk." • * • THE PROSPECTS T Rougher going from here on out. Truman rolls ahead on his "give- 'em-hell" campaign. The Republicans will reply with a "truth squad" of senators who will answer "the big lie technique." Sen. Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin has announced he has done some research on Stovenson. "After \ give the picture," Mc Carthy said, "if the American people want him, they can have him. don't think they'll want htm." Truman, an old hand at barei knuckle political fighting, told • Dr. Jordan DR. JORDAN ANSWERS Full Rcvovery From Bell's Palsy Is General Rule Though No Special Treatment or Cure Exists By EDWIN P. JORDAN, M. D. Written for NEA Service Some things which can happen to human beings are strange Indeed, and among these is a condition known as Bell's Palsy. Q—Please say something about Bell's Palsy, and what is the best means of helping someone so afflicted? ' Mrs. F.L.O. A—This la usually a condition Involving paralysis of the muscles on one side of the face, which come* on rather suddenly without any apparent cause. There Is no Bell's Palsy,, but most victims recover completely. Sometimes massage of the face and electrical stimulation of the muscles Is advised, » • • • Q—A group of us women were wondering whether hydrochloric acid is necessary to Jlfe. Just what does it do in the stomach? Is cancer connected with a lack of It? Reader. A—Noramlly certain cells In the stomach produce hydrochloric acid, which helps to make up the digestive Juices and aids In the prooess of digestion. Apparently, some people can get along without It, or with very small quantities. Cancer of the stomach is usually accompanied by absence of hydrochloric acid, but absence of hydrochloric acid can occur in other conditions as well, such as pernicious anemia. • * • . • Q—I am 55 years old and have been troubled the last year with water accumulation in the sacs surrounding the stomach and intestines. I have had three drawings already; the last time one- half gallon was removed. Is there anything that can be done to prevent its recurrence? Mrs. C. A—There are several possible causes for the acclrculatlon of flu- Id In the abdominal cavity. You are unfortunate to have this difficulty, but It Is Impossible to say whether anything can be done to prevent Ire recurrence without knowing what the cause was In the particular patient. In general, the possibility of preventing ita recurrence Is not as promising as one could hope. * * • • Q—I am a teen-ager, and would how it will be in a news confer ence on Jan. 10, If Elsenhower wanted to get out of the Army and have all the mud and rotten eggs and rotten toma toes thrown at him, Truman said well, that was the general's busi ness, and he wouldn 't stop him. CANADIAN ACE BEER Qts. 29c Cat* 24 12-Oz. Bottles $2.79 Cat* 24 12-Oz. Cans $3.19 HOME BEVERAGE We Deliver 121ft Casey — Phone 3097 M t. VERNON DRIVE IN THEATRE »*»*w^A^^^^»»^»^^VV »yVMV ^V*MyMMMVMwW*w»VV > w*wwAA**A** — FRIDAY and SATURDAY — HOPALONG CASSIDY' "THE MARAUDERS" PLUS SECOND FEATURE ROBERT YOUNG-BETSY DRAKE "THE SECOND WOMAN" — MIDNIGHT SHOW — Saturday Niqht Only FREE TO ALL ATTENDING EARLY SHOW "BAP BOY" SHOW EVERY NIGHT—RAIN OR CLEAR like to know if white petroleum jelly used on burns and minor cuts could bo used as a hair tonic. C.H. A— I can see no reason why this mild preparation should produce any harm to the normal sculp, * * * * Q -Is there any truth to the claim that lying in a reclining position with the head below the feet aids,in rejuvenating the face muscles? J.L. A—It is extremely doubtful. • *. * • Q—Two years ago I was operated on for strangulated hernia. After the operation I had pneumonia and a short time later the hernia returned in the same spot. Is it possible to have another strangulated one? R.J.C. A—It is bad luck that the hernia came back. It Is possible to have another strangulated hernia, though this seems unlikely. NOTE ON QUESTIONS Dr. Jordan is unable to answer directly individual questions from readers. However, once a week, in this "Q & A" column he will answer the most interesting and the most frequently asked questions received during the week. 1953 AUTO LICENSE BLANKS ARE HERE Order early for preferred numbers. Also auto Insurance at economy rates. HILL & MICHAEL Bonolst Building GET NEW ENERGY NEW JOY IN LIFE with the new wonder capsule BEXEL SPECIAL FORMULA There III n. n»»4 far y.u I* b. tired, nerv .ui, trattkf or Mnetlpat.d If due fa di.tary deflcienci.. which ectur enry wfiea the dally Inrak* of aVvinunlni and Nlada It tea. than minimum r*q«lrem*nt. ever at •r.l«nf*d psriaA flieM Ms specific tymav tarn. In rhemsehree 4* AM afova a deficiency and may have ether cavee* *r he due fa fwncftenal eendltlene. • Contalaa vitamlna aad mineral, known to bt eeeentlal In human nutrition. Also Vita* mia Baa, • Economical,» Only 64 a day, • Easf to take sealed. • TOO FEED BETTER after irour very first bottle OR YOUR MONEY BACKI Menqr fV «rant..d by IVCKBSSBH & RtUriiiB South Side Drug Store Phone 868 — 901 S. 10th TOP AMERICAN JET ACE BAILS OUT; IS RESCUED Maj. Blesse Runs Out of Gas After Knocking Down His 10th MIG. Chinese Reds Advance in Ground Fighting and Seize Four Hills. By Associated Prest SEOUL, Korea.—Maj. Frederick C. Blesse, the top U. S. jet ace in Korea, bailed out of his F-86 Sabre jet today after shooting down a Russian-built MIG-15 over North Korea. He was rescued from the Yellow Sea a few minutes later and returned to his base. Blesse bagged one of three MIGs downed today and ran his total to 10 kills, one probable adn three damaged. Blesse's plane ran out of gas en route to his home base. He was picked up by Lt. Harry D. Seigler of Tampa, Fla., pilot of an amphibian plane. In addition to the three MIGs destroyed today, the U. S. Air Force reported four Red planes damaged. On the ground, Chinese Reds stormed through the searing heat -Plaza- - TODAY AND SAT. - tieorge Raft In "LOAN SHARK" plus Roy Rogers in "HELDORADO" STARTS SUN. Two Big Family Comebacks! JACK SMITH Km* i" n JACK ROSE and MELVILLE SHAVELS0N ».<ci» „ ROY Del RUTH "CIS" — PLUS ACTION HIT ACTION THUNDERS FROM THE SCREEN 1 SCOTT • BARNES • WILCOXON of Allied flame throwers and seized four hills in bloody hand to hand fighting last night and today. U. N. infantrymen recaptured one of the positions this afternoon. The entire Western Front erupted in fierce fighting Thursday night as the Reds hurled more than 1,000 troops against Allied positions. U. S. Eighth Army headquarters said the Reds captured two advance positions south of the truce conference town of Panmunjom and a third hill north of Korangpo. A frontline officer said the Chinese seized another hill in the Panmunjom sector. On the Central Front, South Tree Grows on Spire of Church By Associated Pun BALTIMORE' — The fire department was called out yesterday — to uproot a tree growing on the spire of thte First Presbyterian Church. It was feared the roots would expand and break off a chunk of the masonry. The sapling apparently developed from a seed carried up to the church spire by a pigeon. Korean infantrymen recaptured Wire Hill after days of bitter fighting. The height, east of the Pukhan River, was captured by Chinese Reds Monday, Eleven B-29 Superforts from Japan and Okinawa Thursday night dumped 100 tons of bombs on the Red supply center at Pong- chong. The previously untouched target on the important west coast rail line is one of about 70 where civilians have been forewarned. MOVIE TIME TABLE- granada "OUTCASTS OF POKER FLAT" 3:20-6:05-8:55 "A YANK IN INDO - CHINA" 2:00-4:40-7:30-10:15 STADIUM "UNTAMED FRONTIER" 2:15 - 4.05 - 5:55 7:50 - 9:40 PLAZA "LOAN SHARK" 3:10-5:50-8:30 "HELDORADO" 2:00-4:40-7:20-9:50 Where The BIG PICTURES Show First Granada P L Ak t tBs , Anne BAXTER Dale ROBERTSON OUTCASTS OF POKER FIAT +STARTS SUNDAY* HE'S A COLLEGE PROF-WITH A PAST! ...ond it's revealing things they don't teach in schooll Clifton WEBB Ginger ROGERS wiih ELSA LANCHESTER ANNE FRANCIS -Added Attraction— ' ** c ' N '"" , -'°'"""" Special Newsrecl—"EISENHOWER STORY" Stadium Now Showing Last Flaming Days ^ OF THE MIGHTY CATTLE BARONS! FRONTIER 4rv darrlng Joseph COTTEN Shelley WINTERS Scott BRADY, A UNM«!M INHIHAIIONM frciuni

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