Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 7, 1952 · Page 2
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2 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNOM. ILLINOIS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1952 he Mr. V. Group to Attend Meet of State Chamber Grorcr I" M. Ward, president of the Mammoth Storr. one of 37 busine..' ,mrl rivir leaders from all parts of Illinois, who have bern nominated to the bonrd of directors r,f the Illinois State Cham- ner of rommerep. In past venrs. nomination has been t.nnt.iinourt to eleetion. Tlie elertinns will be held Wednesday' morninc, durinc the business session which opens I he Illinois Si.-ite Chamber's M\h annual meet inc: The two-dov nice tine will lii'lri tlm \-e;ir nl thr Hotel Sherman in rhie;it'o Amotif those planning to nttend the annual rneelinp from Ml. Vernon, in addition to Mr. Ward, are Paul M. Fitch secretary-treasurer of Hawkins Million 5 Hen whose 4 year term on the state chamber board is enrlinp this year and to whose spot Mr Ward has been nominated: Cm A. Wood of the KinR City Federal Snvings and Loan Association' C C. Croup president of the First National Bank' Car) Srhweinfnrth, a nast president of the Illinois Slate Chamber and president of the Ml. Vernon Stove Manufaeturinp Co.: Karl Jamison, insurance and real estate operator- a d Walton P Cillesnie. cvcculivp secrefarv of "le Mt. Vernon Chamber of Comme-re Follnwini the annual business meetini.: of rnenihers and election of directors, thr mectintr will continue with addresses and panel discussions dealine with problems of vital interest to Illinois businessmen More than 2000 businessmen from el lie.-. Ihroimhout the state will attend this annual con- press of Illinois business. Rehearsal for 'The Messiah" at 8:15 Wednesday Second rehearsal for "The Messiah" will be held at 8:15 Wednesday night In the music rdom at the Mt. Vernon high school vocational building. Starling time for rehearsal was changed to the laKr hour to give singers in the various church muicnl groups n chance to practice with both tho church and "Messiah" graups. All siiifers In the Ml. Vornon area are Invited to attend and fake part in tho great oralorio, which will be conducted hy Prof. Maurltz Kesnnr, of the Southern Illinois music department. Rehearsals will be held each Wednesday evening tint 11 December 1. when "The Messi h" will he presented in tho high school auditorium. The event is under sponsorship of the Chamber of Commerce, Russians Jam American Radio By Aitaeiatid Pr«l» BONN, Germany — The Russians have began intensive jamming of tlie American radio station in Rorln, U. S. High Commissioner Walter J. Donnelly said here today. American technicians, he said, had located the jammer station at Plauen, an industrial area near the American zone crossing point at Hof. Donnelly said counter-measures were already in hand and a new and more powerful transmitter for broadcasts to East Germany is under construction. HOSPITAL NOTES Jefferson Memorial Discharged: Mrs. Geraldine Roehm of Belle Rive; Mrs. Alson Modert and son, Peter Manville. Go-(i Samaritan Admitted: Mrs. Maggie Carroll of lna, Mrs. Aurira Willis, Mrs. Charlotte Shater, Mr.. Opal Dalton. James U. Harper o' St. Louis. Discharged: Mike Crivokapich, Charlc F I y n n , Mrs. Juanlta Browning, Mrs. Cora Spalding, Mrs. Maxine Wall of Dahlgren and daughter, Joyce Kathleen. IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH A HE 15 EXPERIENCED AND ETHICAL! Webster defines the Realtor as a real-estate broker who is an active member of a local board of Realtors, having membership in tlie National Association of Real Estate Boards . . . for the advancement and protection of the public from unprin- cipaled agents or brokers. Remember-all real esttite brokers are not realtors . . . look for the realtor emblem ... it is your guarantee of fair dealing! YOU ARE SAFE IN THE HANDS DF A REALTOR! MT. VERNON BOARD OF REALTORS Acting Envoy Goes to Russia By AliaclatMl Pro! BERLIN — Elim O'Shaugnessy U. S charge d'affaires in Moscow, took oft by plane for tho Soviet capital today to assume the duties of Ambassador George Kcnnan. Tho Soviet government has demanded Kennan's recall because he crticized the restricted life forced on American diplomats in Moscow. O'Shaugnessy had been on a brief trip to Switzerland. BarbedTWire Scratch Fatal By Atioclattd Pr.ii DU QUOIN, III. - Jack R Taylor, 18, died today in Marshall Browning Hospital of tetanus, resulting from a barbed wire scratch on his hand a month ago. Physicians said it was only the second tetanus death at the hospital In 15 years. Taylor lived at. Oakdale. Window Is Broken By BB Shooters A couple of youngsters, armed with BB guns, shot out a window at the home of Mrs. Elmer Glover, 800 south 20th street, last night. Police were called. 3 Men~KiiiedT In Plane Crash Oy Aitooimtf Prtt« PHILADELPHIA. — Three men were killed and throe others Injured early today when an Air Force C-47 crashed in a swamp near Northeast Philadelphia airport. Identification of the crow was BEAT BUMS IN 7TH GAME; SCORE 4 -2 {Continued from Pag* One) ko struck out.'Furillo filed, out. No runs, no hits, one error. Ninth Inning YANKEES — Kuzwva grounded uut. McDougald singled. Ri/.zufo fouled out. Mantle grounded out, No runs, one hit, no errors. DODGERS — Morgan, baiting for Ersklne, flicd out. Cox bounced out. Reese filed out. No runs, no hits, no errors. A crowd of about 20,000 attended tlie final game. The weather was windy and cool with some sun. The lineups: Yankees McDougald ....3b Rlzzuto ...ss Mantle If Mize lb Berra c Woodllng K Noren rl Martin 2b Lopat p *)odgcrs Cox Reese .Snider Robinson . Campanella . Hodges lb Sliuba Furillo Black n KILLED IN BLAST "y AlloclltUd Hrt -B MEXICO CITY - Five poisons were reported killed and 12 seriously injured Monday In an explosion at the government munitions plant on the outskirts of tho city. MEETINGS ROYAL ARCH MASONS A stated mooting of Andrew D. Webb Chapter No. 1(30 will he held Wednesday, October 8 ut 7:30 p« m. Rufus II. Irwin, H. P. Cecil N. Lovln, Sec'y. AM VETS MEETING Tlie regular meeting of Turner Roehm Post No. 'I will be held in the Amvets clubroom Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Reports on the membership drive will be given and refreshments will bo served. James Apgar. Commander. Howard Philips, Adjutant. Regular meeting of Mt. Vernon Moose Lodge No. 755 at 8:00 o'clock tonight. Roy Holder, Gov. James Alexander, Sec'y. OVER 100,000 Trcntod lor arthritis, neuritis, gout, scintlcn, indnintitory rheumatism, kidney and nervous disorders. Visit us, see for yourself where rheumatism meets Its Waterloo. Call or write ... Original Mineral Springs Hotel and Bath House, Okawvlllo. 111. Phone 181. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE *5c BUNDI E Children Find $1,865 in Shack Rv Ai*oeijitf »d • r**f KDWARPSVILIyE. IH. — A total ol $1.8(if>. lound by six chil- dien, us they explored an old shark at nearby Wordon, 111., has been deposited in a bank here li<-n'Unx dftr-rnriination of the owner. Authorities believe the money, found .Saturday, belonged to Edward Kell, 84-year-old recluse. Kell was thought to be penniless when lie died in May. H F Hoffman, supervisor of Omphk'enf township said .$1,641 was in bills in a can. Loose coins, including several $10 gold pieces, totaled $221.81. The children -- who ranged in agi: hum (i to 10 years — found the money alter kicking over an old wooden box in the shack. Their parents turned the money over to Roffman. Veiled Prophet* Ball Is Tonight By Anoelatod Pr<»* ST. LOUIS — His Mysterious Majesty, the Veiled Prophet, will crown his ueen of Love and Beauty tonight at a ball, opening event of the annua! Iwo-day visit. The name of the queen is a well- guarded secret until the actual crownini; about 10 p. rn. CST. Tho event officially opens tho winter society season. Wednesday night the Veiled Prophet and his queen will lead a 20-fIoal three-hour parade ihrough midlown and downtown streets. The gaily-decorated and lighted floats: will show scenes from St. Louis history this year. CITY-RURAL FIRETFIGHT UP AGAIN; COUNCIL BUYS SEWER BILLING MACHINE (Continued from Page One) place posts at street intersections for street slglih. KxumH For Ohlef 4 — Adopted a motion that tho fire and police commission conduct examinations for an assistant chief of police. (The council re scindod n motion adopted at the last council mooting that an assistant, chief be appointed by tho mayor, police chief and police com mi Hoc.) 5 — Voted lo ask the state highway department lo make 20th street, from Broadway lo tho Waterworks Road, an arterial si reel. The reuuest was made by Girl Seoul officials, ' who pointed out Hint tlie Girl Scout movement here has grown 500 pel- cent In six years and is still growing. The Girl Seoul Little House, a scene of year round activity, is on the street and traffic there Is heavy. (i Approved the bond of Pauline Taliana, new deputy city treasurer. 7 -- Voted lo advertise in the newspaper thai persons owing the city sewer assessments may pay the principal, less interest, if the payment is made In a 30-day period. After that, tho motion states, no interest will bo forgiven. 8 -— Authorized the city attorney to reach a settlement with a woman who asks damages for a fall on a city sidewalk in which she tract ured her arm. il Approved a change In rout- inn of new sewers lo prevent tearing up the new pavement on south Ninth si reel. 1(1 — Referred to the Zoning Board a request to chango a lot In the 700 block of Conger from residential lo a business zone. 11 — Referred to the Zoning Board a pel it ion lo change several lots in the area of 11th and Salem Roail (near Daniel's Hill) from a rei.ident.iul to a business zone. GIMME r^mvAL DOC FOOD CHLOROPHYLL!N added to PREVENT BREATH 8, BODY ODORS ANNOUNCING REOPENING OF RILEY'S MARKET 1310 S. 12th Wed., Oct. 8, 1952 J. 0. Riley 285 Democratic Women at Dinner Meeting Last Night Approximately 285 Democratic women of Jefferson county attcncP ed a dinner at the Mt. Vernon Odd Fellows Hall last evening and heard an address by Mrs. Blanche Fritz of Springfield, state Democratic chairwoman. Mrs. Inria Igo, county chairwoman, said that It was the largest crowd of Democratic women to attend a meeting here in at least four years. Each guest was presented with a lovely rose as she entered the door. Tables were centered with seasonal floral arrangements and at each place was a clever donkey place card. Before the meal. Mrs. Creighton Fircbaugh offered a prayer. Tlie Rebecca's, who served and cooked the delicious chicken pie dinner, were applauded. After dinner the gathering assembled In the main floor auditorium for the program. Miss Betty McNamarra was presented and, before singing Stevenson's "Victory March," gave the song's history. This song was written by Miss McNamarra and presented to Governor Stevenson In February as a campaign song for the Governor. Adapted for his presidential campaign, after the Democratic National Convention in Chicago this summer, It was first introduced to the public on Governor's Day at the Illinois State Fair In Springfield. Miss McNamarra acquiesced to applause for an encore by playing the Columbia record of her song. Guests Introduced by Mrs. Igo were Mrs. Kathryn Tedrick of Vandalia, district committeewoman; Miss Mary Ann Creighton of Fairfield, county chairwoman of Wayne county, Mrs. Bernice Keyser of Mt. Carmel, county chairwoman of Wabash county, and Mrs. Amadee House of McLeansboro, county chairwoman of Hamlton county. Local women presented were Mrs. James R. McLaughlin wife of Jefferson county chairman, and assistants to Mrs. Igo who serve the organization rather than officers, Mrs, Merle Ruddlck, Mrs. Vivian Randall, Mrs. Mary Swift, and former county chairwomen Mrs, Helen Firebaugh and Mrs. Gertie Hutchison. Next, since this was a woman's meeting, something new was done. Rather than have a candidate speak, his closest female relation spoke for him, In behalf of her husband, William F, (Bill) Price, Mrs. Holly Price gave a short address. Bernice Lee spoke for her "favorite candidate," her husband, State Representative Clyde Lee. Speaking for Bill Bedard, who is running for state's attorney, was his mother, Mrs. Lawrence Bedard. Mrs. Gussie Cobb spoke for her brother, Harley Warren, candidate for reelection as circuit clerk. Mrs. Igo spoke in behalf of Carl Johnston of Greenville, who Is a candidate for the United States Congress. Because Mrs. Johnston was unable to be present. Mrs. Igo also spoke for Ben Roeder whose wife could not attend, and Warren Crippen, candidate for the state legislature. Mrs. Igo then presented the main speaker for the evening, Mrs. Blanche Fritz of Springfield, state chairwoman. She stressed these points of the Democratic platform, "The things that you find are good for America are the things on which the Democratic platform is built, and It goes hack to Thomas Jefferson, who said 'Things that are good for tho American people are what the Democratic Party is built on'." "We believe in progress, in opportunity, in equality of taxation! KNOW HOW TO BRING MORE WARMTH INTO YOUR HOME? CURTIS to mr VIPNOI. i>i ,//iT4f 17 2 BLOCKS NORT M -i oawiflHC Avf ANPMObni '.'(* ffNiPftMARUP SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL OCTOBER 5 TO 19 TIME: 7:30 P. M. Tlie Second Baptist Church is happy to announce the beginning of their Fall Revival. The Pastor will serve as trie Evangelist and Mr. Ed Funkhouser will lead me singing. The Church is located at 11th and Conger, just one block north and one block west of the traffic signal at 10th and Perkins. \KI e»Di muiTTnieT/Mi BrinK tho faroJLv and enjoy the Spiritual singing and wor- W. CARL WHITTINGTON ship service with us. Pastor The nursery will be open for your little ones. The Democratic Party is a good party for the people." Mrs. Fritz told the women that "Eisenhower has been in the army so long, he is out of date—he even uses an old Hoover word 'crusade. That is the wrong word. Ike's in a battle now, and he is in this battle alone. There are no battalions to send in to fight for him—he's in himself, and that is why Adlai will win. "Ike has been pampered, paid, and clothed by Uncle Sam. He has lived a life of luxury In large houses. Big Brass can stay in the Army. Its in the Democratic platform that we're for peace. "Its a nice feather in Stevenson's cap that the student news paper of Columbia University has eiven their backing to Stevenson, although Eisenhower is President of that University. Those students compare tho men and the way they run their campaigns, and what they stand for — then publicly gave their backing to Adlai Stevenson, When Republicans cry 'We need a change' they never finish that to tell us a change to what Do they want a change for the worse, a change backwards, or maybe its the small change we ladies have in our pockets they want." Mrs. Fritz received enthusiastic applause. Joy Jines then entertained with several numbers on the piano, and the ladies sang spontaneously to wind up the meeting happily — "Good Night Ladies." BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Dale Huff of Cisne, 111., are the parents of a baby daughter born at 8:35 a. m. October 2. The baby was born at tho Fairfield Memorial Hospital and has been named Martha Lynn. Galore Ideal Tor Thrifty Shoppers LAVENDER LADY GIFT SHOP 3 miles north on Salem road W. Frankfort Man Fights Dismissal From Mine Job By Atioclattd Pr««j SPRINGFIELD. 111.— The suit of James R. Wilson of West Frankfort, fighting his dismissal as a state mine inspector, has been taken under advisement by Circuit Judge DeWitt S. Crow. Judge Crow announced Monday he would make a ruling in about 10 days. The 72-year-old Wilson, an inspector of mines since 1942, was fired in June for neglect of duty and incompetence. Director Walter Eadio of the State Mines and Minerals Department made the charge. They were upheld by a special hearing officer. Wilson in his suit contended that Michael Greenebaum of Chicago, who conducted the hearing, did not have jurisdiction to hear the charges and that tho hearing provided "no evidence of guilt." Greenebaum is a member of the State Civil Service Commission but did not sit in that capacity in the hearing. TEMPERATURES By Associated Press Rock ford , 48 34 Moline 48 27 Peoria ......1 48 28 Quincy 51 22 Rantoul . 50 Springfield 51 25 Vandalia 53 23 Scolt Field 53 33 Ml. Vernon 53 35 MrlAHGhWS f AFF 24th & Bdwy Phone 468 Nothing like It In the whole country—Food worth twice this much—We only do It through volume. Served as Karlv as 10:15 Til' 8 P. M. Wednesday's "Treat of the Day" ONLY 49 Worth a Dollar Anywhere LITTLE PIG SAUSAGES With fried Jonathan apples, Great. Northern beans, fluffy whipped potatoes, hot corn bread and coffee. i .iJL MRS. MAV WETZEL sells her modern home located at 1010 North Street to MR. AND MRS JAMES NEAL of St. Louis, Missouri. This modern home consists of 1 6-room modern apartment, 1 3-room apartment, and a small efficiency apartment. This transaction was effected through the local real estate firm of VIRGIL T. BAILEY,' Inc. BUSTER BROWNS Smart Buckle n Strap for the Young He-Man Likes to rough-house, does he? Theoj deck him out in these he-man Buster Brown Buckle 'n Strap Oxfords. Their soft' brown Elk uppers and rugged Avonite soles mean miles of extra wear. 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