Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 20, 1952 · Page 14
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 14

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, October 20, 1952
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14 THS REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1952 JAPANESE REDS CLAIM AMERICA BOUGHT ELECTION Communists Shut Out Balloting, Howl Claims of Intervention. in By Associated Prau TOKVO. — Jnpnneso Communists, smarting from their smashing shutout defeat in (ho Oct. 1 rmtionnl elections, ire howling that the victorious Liberal party bought votes with funds .supplied by "crudely intervening" Americans. The Red charges, widely trumpeted by the Russian and Med China radio, are falling on deaf ears. Few Japanese believe any American soldiers or officials intervened in the first elections since Japan gained postwar independence. To impartial observers, the American nuthoritjefl appeared as shy as burned eats about the elections. Tn handing (he Liberals an absolute majority of seals in the 46B-roembrr house of representatives, the voters indicated they did not agree with the Communists, who call American security forces here an "occupation." The Liberals were returned to power on a pro-American platform. "Not a single Communist of 107 candidates was elected. Freest In 1/5 Voir* No Japanese say that the October general elections were completely clean. But many Japanese claim it was the "freest" election they have had in 15 years. Japanese police made no discrimination between government party or opposition in cracking down on offenders. National police headquarters on Oct. 3 nnnonncd 10,121 persons, including 18 candidates, both elected and defeated, \Vero arrested for violation of the Japanese election law. Of the 10,121 persons arrested on one or more charges, 7,482 were charged with bribery; 1,000 for visiting individual voter's homos (which is illegal bevel; 6,000 Tor writing or distributing more election literature than the law permitted; 90 for obstructing other candidates: 52 for Inserting advertisements In newspapers and publications to an unauthorized extent. The rest were for similar minor offenses. Two File Suits. For Divorce Two suits for divorce were filed in circuit court here Saturday. Florence Donovan charges cruelty in her divorce action against Harold Donovan. The couple married February 7, 1951 and separated July 14, 1952, according to the complaint. Thp law firm of llassnlus and Ecker represents the plaintiff, Scnrher v«. Searber Vivian Scarber filed suit for divorce against Eugene O. Scarber, charging adultery in the complaint. She also seeks restoration of her former name, Clark. The couple married October 20, 1951 and lived together until February 10, 1952, (lie complaint stales. Attorney Frank M. Walker represents the plaintiff. KIM/KK KINOEKi'IUNTBD—George Duffy, 21 ft Jealous lover (ilinrgeri with Hie wholfrun Maying of ills rival, Is fingerprinted by Identification Officer Charles Sliopanl. He wan charged with killing .fames llacltmaii, 10, who had won Shirley Arnold, 18, iiwny from him. Duffy surrendered after eluding officers In a three-day iiiuiiliitiit which WHS cllmnxtul ut Oilnr Kitplds, Iowa. (NEA Telephoto) SIJKVIVOK or QITADHUPMC MUKDRIl—Sandra Young (right), three anil a half, only survivor of a quadruple slaying, rests In a hospital lied (Oct. 17) In West wood, Calif. With the tot aro lier mother, Mrs. Crystal Young (left) and Sandria's younger brother, Wayne, five months old. The tot's father, Gnrd Young, and three children were found beaten to death In the trunk of his ear. (AP Wlrephoto) NEAL BROTHERS ROOFING COMPANY Genuine Ru-Bcr-Old Roofing, Siding 8t Rockwoot Insulation Office: Mt. Vernon, (11, 1953 AUTO LICENSE BLANKS- ARE HERE Order early for preferred numbers. Also tuito Insurance at economy rates. HILL & MICHAEL Itonalst Building VAREL 'S 810 S, 17(h On the go? 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CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN (elitvM Coughi, Chvtt Cold!, Acuu Bronchitis Weather A short, hard puff of winter sent temperatures plummeting in Eastern united States today, but the Weather Bureau said it will be fair and warmer Tuesday. Snow Hurries and chill winds gave a wintry touch to some northern areas today. The October snow fell in the Great Lages region and New York State. # Bob Thomas Ray Milland Hates Acting; Got Into Business Romancing an Actress By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD + (AP)—Found a movie star who<hates to act. In my years flf picking grapes in these vineyards, I have talked to every film celebrity. Nearly all of them have some complaint. A fall of 2'/i incos was recorded j some hate the autograph fiends, at Chicago's Midway Airport. Chi-1 the cranks, the lack of privacy. cagoans, bundled up against gusty winds, didn't see much of it, however because the snow melted quickly on the" pavements. Residents of New York City saw their first snow of the season, but the flakes disappeared on contact with the* ground. One or two inches of snow were reported in New York State's western counties ncar»Lakes Eric and Ontario and high in the Adirondacks and Catskills. It was on the cold side in much of the central section of the U. S. temperatures included 11 above in Grantburg, Wis., 20 in Duluth, Minn., and 31 in Chicago. Warmer weather was forecast for Tuesday in the Midwest. The rapidly moving blanket of cold air spread over nearly all the country cast of the Rocky Mountains and reached Alabama, Mississippi and Texas on the South. It brought snow flurries and strong winds to tne Great Lakes region. The weather was fair and rnild along the Pacific Coast except for light precipitation in Oregon. Florida, too, had light showers. TEMPERATURES By Associated Prcift Chicago, partly cloudy 59-29 Cincinnati, clear 63-27 Cleveland, snow 51-31 Dlroit, clear 51-26 Indianapolis, clear 62-27 Memphis, clear 75-47 Milwaukee, clear 53-26 Des Moines, clear 66-25 Kansas City, clear 72-38 Mpls.-St. Paul, clear 50-22 Omaha, clear 69-30 St. Louis, clear 69-33 Atlanta, clear 73-46 Boston, cloudy 60-36 Miami, Houdy 85-73 New York, cloudy 62- M 1 Ft. Worth, clear M-52 ' New Orleans, clear 79-54 Denver, cloudy 65-45 Helena, clear 68-32 Phoenix, clear 97-56 Los Angeles, cloudy 70-57 San Francisco, clear 67-48 Seattle, cloudy 64-50 Many hate their studios, the actors playing opposite them. But I never found one who said he really hated acting. Until I talked to Ray Milland. * * * * I found Mm on the set of "Love Song," where he was about to play a tense scene with Jane Wyman. I remarked about the announcement that he will direct as well as star in his next picture. Milland has been trying to wangle a director's job for several years, and I asked him why. "Why?" he snorted. "For two very simple reasons: (1) I think directing would be much more stimulating than acting; (2) I hate acting." This was no wisecrack tossed off in an idle mood. I could tell by the. glint in his eye that he did hate acting. "1 never have liked to act," he explained. "It makes me terribly self-conscious. Whenever I have to go into a scene, I tense up. I get a frog in my troat, I break out in MAURICE E. ESTES INSURANCE AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance 60) South 1 0th on Virginia Office Ph. 3502—Residence 3450 Open All Day LAWRENCE W. HALL SHEET METAL WKS. SHOP 1313 Salem Rd. Oil Phone 1922-J — Coal — Guttering Dr. Whitaker first National Bank Bldg. Phone 1022 DENTIST a sweat and I begin to twitch all over. "I view each new picture with dread. When I finish a day's work. Dodge — feiA Sec if October 33rd DeWITT-MAXEY MOTOR CO., Inc. 320 S. 10th — Phone 715 Why Hide Your Face ? 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