Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 19, 1952 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 16th Century Buildings Burn By Associated Press LONDON — Fire Tuesday night damaged several Tudor apartments in the Clock Court of historic Hampton Court Palace — favorite residence of the much- married Henry VIII. The burned-out area included spots supposedly haunted by the ghosts of two of Henry's six wives, Jane Seymour and Catherine Howard, in the rambling 16th-century building. DITCH DIGGING By Machine Jeep-A-Trench Phone 1775-J Jabe Anderson, Operator It Ain't Safe at Safety Meeting By Associated Prtss OLYMPIA, Wash. — It's get- ing so it isn't safe to go to a Washington State Safety Conference. State Safety Inspector W. F. Waldron, attending the fourth annual conference this week, fell down a flight of stairs, fracturing his skull and suffering a concussion last night. Last year, another delegate slipped on some steps during the conference and broke an arm. Russia Behind In Dues to U.N. By Associated Press UNITED NATIONS, N. Y — The United Nations reports that Russia has handed in $2,168,217 on her 1952 U. N. assessments but Bertrand Russell To Marry at 80 By Associated Press LONDON — The London Times announced today that Britain's most unconventional peer — 80- year-old Bertrand Russell, world- renowned philosopher, Nobel Prize winner and Earl of the peerage of the United Kingdom — is taking a fourth bride. She is a 52-year-old American author, Miss Edith Finch of Bryn Mawr, Pa., the Times says. The ceremony reportedly will take place in January. Russell was dviorced from his first three wives. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberoer still owes more than four million dollars. The United States and Britain headed the list of a number of nations who are paid up in full for 1952. The U. S. contribution was $23,682,125.91. Don'i tell me Gasolines are all alike! PHILLIPS 66 IS LOADED WITH You're right, Sonny! There is a difference in gasolines. And folks like Phillips 66 because it's a special mixture of Hi-Test elements. These are scientifically blended to provide (1) easr starting (2) fast engine warm-up (3) quick acceleration (4) full power output—under all driving conditions. And these Hi-Test elements are controlled according to the season. Fall or winter . . ; spring or summer . Phillips 66 Gasoline is right for your car. Fill up at any station where you see the orange and black Phillips 66 Shield; LUBRICATE FOR SAFETY EVERY 1,000 MILES YAEGERS SERVICE STATION HERMAN (BUCK) YAEGER 24th and Perkins "A couple of porterhouse steak*-—and charge it!' Mother Finds Long Lost Son In AP Picture By Assetleted Press SEATTLE — "You can't, make up seven years in seven minutes", Roy Aitchison explained, and so today he is busy writing letters to his mother in Detroit. The 39-year-old resident of Lake Sammarrunish had a telephonic reunion with Mrs. Emily Aitchison Tuesday. The conversation covered a lot of things, he said, but it couldn't hope to fill in for all that elapsed tin .e. Aitchison lost track of his mother after the end of World War II. He returned from overseas duty with his Italian war bride and his mother moved to England. His letters to her were returned unopened, so he quit trying. It developed that Mrs. Aitchison had returned to the United States and, not knowing her son's 'iddress was unable to notify him she had returned. An Associated Press picture of Aitchison and his dog Curley, which survived a ride on the pontoon of Aitchison's plane, led to the mother learning her son was In Seattle. "We're going* lo exchange pictures and information now," he said, "and next summer maybe we can have a real reunion." POLICE COURT Clarence Isom was fined $M.40 before Magistrate Allan Dulaney on a drunk charge. Einstein Turns Down Israel Job By Associated Press JERUSALEM — Israel still sought a new President today. Albert Einstein — it was officially announced — has declined to succeed Chaim Weizmann. A statement issued by Prime Minister David Bcn-Gurion's office said the Prime Minister had messaged Abba Eban, Israel's ambassador to Washington, to inquire of the noted scientist if he would accept the presidency. The statement said Einstein turned the honor down. Einstein now is connected with the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, N. J. President Weizmann died last week. Dr. Whitaker First National Bank Bid*. Phone 1021 DENTIST yVVvVlrVWrVVIry<reV^»>M^ NEAL BROTHERS ' ROOFING COMPANY: Qennlne Ru-Ber-Old Roofing,) Siding A Rockwool IniatarJon* Office: Mt. Vernon, til. ', Cop Accused of Theft Demoted By Associated Press ST. LOUIS — Police Sgt. Glenn Seism was found gulity of conduct unbecoming an officer, was suspended and reduced to the lowest commissioned rank on the force Tuesday by the Board of Police Commissioners. Seism, reduced to the rank of MIMICAL UN ST I UMEIMTS RADIO * TELEVISION CAW if t i roet-f cc >r burSm GuarantM*) Sale* A Servlea IMS Salem Roes' — Phane (323 turnkey, was accused of taking $90 from a tavern till. No court charges were filed in the alleged theft, which he denied. The six-month suspension ordered by the board is to be retroactive to Oct. 10, when Seism was suspended pending an investigation. SALESMEN- Are You Satisfied? If you earn less than $150 per week your answer should be no. We have openings for 3 neat, sober, aggressive men with can, working Southern Illinois. Leadi furnished. Experience not essential but helpful. We train you UNLESS YOU MEAN BUSINESS DO NOT APPLY! Call Myron Jones HOTEL EMMERSON THURSDAY, NOV. 30th You will find a large selection of Gifts for the Smoker at THE WOODEN INDIAN YES, WF ARE STILL HERE! Somehow we slipped up last week, no ad. We know many people were really worried about us too. They wouldn't want to do without our good Mind service. Our Venetian blinds are •Mil your best window treatment and best buy. Let us show you one of our Flexalum beauties! REPAIRING — RETAPING — NEW SLATS Free estimate, Installation and plck.up and delivery! Venetian Blinds Our Business — Not a Sideline GREEN'S VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE and MFG. CO. Fairfield Road — Mt. Vernon, III. — Phone 7103 »'S »VV. HARRY A. RICH GENERAL INSURANCE ' Ashley Rood — Phone 195 I Insure anything Against J Everything < For Christmas Gift* of Qualify Be sure to see the WOODEN INDIAN in Mt. Vernon CANDY, CIGARS, BILLFOLDS, TOBACCO, PIPES, PLUS MANY SMOKERS' ITEMS. "1 919 BROADWAY PHONE 518 $ 2 Holds Any Hawthorne Till Dec. 15 0 Regular 38.95. Youngsters A to 7 will be thrilled with this smooth-riding, easy>to-handle 20" bike. Surprise them—put one aside today........... .,.36.88 REGULAR 39(95 Model 50-24" 26" size* .'...37.81 GD Regular 3i75 Bike Balancer-all steet 3.47 0 Loud Two-Tone Chrome Hem. Screw damp.....91c [oj Regular 51.95 Sealed Beam Hawthorne for boys and girls. Full size, fully equipped, its me tVst bike with e G.E. Sealed Beam headlight. New Departure brakes, Air Cushion tires and tubes .43.44 ID Thunderjet—mounts on fender or handlebars ...39c 0 Regular 1.25 Bike Basket-fits any bike.......93c CHOOSE YOUR GIFT BIKE FROM WARDS COMPLETE UME IL Life-Bras - Skippies — Foundation Garments by FORMFIT We are happy and proud to present the nationally-known line of Life brassieres and foundations by Formfit. It is in keeping with our policy of bringing our customers the highest quality merchandise at the most moderate prices. -—,"• ^ Come in and see this wonderful 'selection by one of America's foremost manufacturers. Let Mrs. Grace McLaughlin, our graduate corsettiere, be certain you receive a comfortable and satisfactory fit. And don't forget . . . you get worthwhile Extra Savings through valuable Eagle Stamps with every purchase at The Fashion Shop. •ItiC .QUAUTY CORNER OF MXVERNOM \ MT. VERNON, ILL

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