Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 20, 1952 · Page 12
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12 TVff MGISTER-NEV/5 — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1952 Warns of Dust* Peril in Mines By Atiociated PreM SPRINGFIELD. 111. — Stntr Mines Director Walter Endie today urged increased vigilance during the winter months against the hazard of coal dust accumulations in mines. The explosion peril from dust becomes more acute in the winter because of ^renter dryness In the mines, he said. His plea foi caution was sent in a circular letter to the management and employes of all Illinois coal minps. The stair's two most disastrous explosions ii, recent years - at Centralia in 10-17 and at West Frankfort in 1951 occurred during the cold months. Eadie said it was imperative to guard a gainst excessive coal dust accumulations and to rock dust underground tunnels. Embassy Club A PflKMIUM BEER Only $3.19 a Case In Cans — At The Wooden Indian Jefferson Co. Produces 84,934 Tons of Coal By Associated Prtit SPRINGFIELD. 111. ~ Illinois coal production in October totalled 3 .786,011 tons, or 659 ,345 below the September output. Among the 133 shipping mines, 14 Fulton County shaft* forged ahead of the eight Franklin County mines that led in September. Fulton County output was 661,403 tons compared to Franklin County's 584,892. In September Franklin County led with 865,453 to 396,158 tons. The Stale Department of Mines and Minerals today announced the folowing October production figures by counties: Christian 28 ^,915; Clinton 17.170; Douglas 12 ,046; Gallatin 12,226: Grundy 29,267; Henrv 56.121; Jackson 101 ,637; Jefferson 84,934; Kankakee 47,317; Knox 41 .491; La Salle 1 ,552; Logan 3,725; Macoupin 192,762; Madison 168 ,312; Marlon 7,248; Menard 856; Montgomery 102,445; Peoria 32,795;Randolph 106,840; St. Clair 274,181; Saline 205,996; Sangamon 31.177; Schuyler 1,336; Tazewell 2,287; Vermilion 59,697; Washington 3,504; Will 17,824: Williamson 294.605. MUSGROVE SHOE STORE IMS IHOI WITH TNI ^ VUM** , In •vorything from AAAA to C's IN ALL SIZES Yes, we hove your size In this smart and comfortable shoe. We hove them all!,. long and narrow, ihort and wide, or just average size. Buf whatever yovr size, Nafuralizer's famous tombination last iniuret a narrow snug-fitting heel. No tXip e* the heel, no pinch at the toe, no gap at the instep. Come in today and let oi show you the Beautiful Fit of thii Naturaliier. Next Door to Granada Theatr* r 919 Broadway Telephone 518 MICKEY AND BRIDE—Mickey Rooney and Ms bride, Elaine Mapnken, 22, enjoy a laugh at tho El Rancho Vega* after their surprise marriage at the Wee Kirk of the Heather. The couple met a month ago and decided suddenly to get married while dining In Los Angeles (Nov.l7). They went to Las Vegas, Nov., and returned to Los Angeles hy private plane. (AP Wirephoto) Father of Five Shot to Death By AitocliUtf Prin HILLVIEW, 111.—A Roodhouse laborer, father of five children, was shot and killed with a shotgun Wednesday in the yard of a home near this Green county village Charles A. Lawson, 33. was shot in the chest. Sheriff Guy Cunningham said he was holding William Monroe, 47, a farm laborer, fn whose yard Lawson 's body was found. Monroe was held without charge. The sheriff said he would take Monroe to Springfield for questioning under a lie detector. The sheriff said Monroe told him Lawson was'visiting .at his home while their two wives had gone shopping. He said he heard a noise and Lawson left the house to investigate. Later, Monroe told the sheriff, he went out to look for Lawson and found his body. Sues for $10,200 In Horse's Death By Atiocleted Prtsi CHICAGO—A Geneva. 111. dairy owner filed a $10,200 suit Wednesday for the death of his race horse. Loyal Blackburn of Maywood charged F. J. Carey & Sons. long distance movers, with "taking a roundabout and indirect route" in transporting his horse, Kerrigan, a 2-year-old, from Maywood to Hawkinsville, Ga., a wintering spot for horses As a result, Blackburn charged, the horse was exposed to inclement weather and died of pneumonia. Blackburn sought damages of $10,000. the estimated value of the horse, and 5200 for medical expenses. Kerrigan was trained as a trotter at Maywood Park last summer but had never run in a race. ROKS TRAINED IN ROCKET LAUNCHING—Attentive South Korean soldiers, replacements for tho Capitol division, one of the crack Repuhllc of Korea units now In reserve after 28 months of fighting, got Instructions on tho use of the 8.5 rocket launcher somewhere In Korea. In background aro neat terraced huts, made of rock, mud and straw In which tho troops live. (AP Wirephoto) SAYS PEOPLE ARE ECONOMIC DOPE ADDICTS Farm Bureau Man Sees Loss of Liberty for Federal Handouts. By AnoclrUcd Prin CHICAGO—An American Farm Bureau Federation official said to day the American people "nre becoming economic dope addicts." John C. Lynn, the federation's legislative director, said in an nd dress prepared for delivery nt the annual convention of the Illinois Agricultural Association that "be nevolent federal handouts nro lur ing people into surrendering their individual liberties." Lynn said it works this way: "We get a little taste of so- called 'temporary' federal subsidies and we like it. We say we'll get our little share because, after all, it's only a short-time deal. "But like the drug addict, a craving is created. And even though the injection of the needle is painful, the after-glow seems to lull us to sleep." Examination for Rural Carrier at Mt.V. Post Office QUICK Speedy, effective relief from coughi. Like a doctor's prescription. Satit- faction or your money back. COUCH DUITO COLDS WAIT'S GREEN MOUNTAIN COUGH SYRUP RELIEF TIP-TOP STORES THE STORES WHERE ECONOMY AND FRIENDSHIP MEET—SHOP HERE AND SAVE ZORA'S GR0C. 822 Jordan Phone 224 ' ESTES GROCERY Camp Ground Phone 881 HALEY'S GROCERY 121S N. 12th St. Phone 2839-J Free Delivery C&M MARKET Charlie & Mildred Karen 9th & Conger Phone I063 RAPP'S GR0C. 28th & Fishers Lane PUCKETT'S GR0C. Waltonvule Road SHAFER'S MARKET 2311 Perldna SHIL0H GROCERY Rlchview Road — — • —' — a* we«wne« • 'IVVUICU Wll Ills HCIIII is now a member of the Tip-Top Stores. His Phone is 3845-J3 VeaetableJ ^ Lean—boston Butts M m+ PORK ROAST u45 No. 1 Washed and Waxed A A Lbl f A <f RED POTATOES 10 59 Norwood M'Wtt SLICED BACON u, i] Large Heads * For LETTUCE 2 25 Blue Bell J .ft* BOLOGNA Cello Pkg. A m+ CARROTS p k9 15 Golden Ripe «% LbI m* BANANAS 2 75 W »W & SANBORN COFFEE 83* Flavor-kest 4fc m ff BACKERS' vJS Tal1 Cons ^ Cans ^ Mil NOT 2 73* Libby's *% No - 2 'Cs4AA PEACHES 3 "T° IVORY FLAKES > PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY & OYSTERS <— THE TIP TOP STORES—Where Competition Is Created Smartly Styled Wools 69< to 1.39 The United States Civil Service Commission announces an open competitive examination to fill*the vacancy of Rural Mail Carrier at the Mt. Vernon Post Office. Ap plications must be on file with the U. S. Civil Service Commission at Washington, D. C. on or before December 11th, 1952. Only persons residing within the delivery of the Mt. Vernon Post Office are eligible to take this test. Application blanks and ad ditional information can be had by calling in person at the Mt. Ver non Post Office. T. B. RUSSELL AUCTIONEER Land, Furniture. Farm. Phone Mt V. 127. 170 Hovleton Satisfaction guaranteed. All sales broadcast over' YVMIX. You will find a large selection of Gift! for the Smoker at THE WOODEN INDIAN Your choice of women's 100% virgin wool worsted Mitt era or Gloves. Some imported—some domestic. Truly exceptional at these Idw prices. Bright fall colors its solid* and novelty patterns—appEqued and knit-in jacquord designs. Some with novelty cuffs. See these today at Wards. For* Christmas Gifts of Quality Be sure to see the WOODEN INDIAN In Mt. Vernon CANDY, CIGARS, BILLFOLDS, TOBACCO, PIPES, \ PLUS MANY SMOKERS' „ ITEMS. f GREAT GOING -any way you figure IQUL WUVMfD NKE 2-door 6-passenger SPECIAL Sedan MODEL 48D Optional •qvipmenl, accessories, irate and local loxet. ' additional. Prices may vQry tlighlty In odjolning communll lo shipping charge,. All price) sublet to change wilhoul II any. ii due no! ice. N UMBER ONE item on most anyone's fist of automobile "musts" is power—the lite and lift of your going. J* tbh Buick SPECIAL you get a valve-in- head high-compression Fireball 8 Engine that can pour out a wealth of the thrill'mgest power yon ever held rem on—more power- par dollar than you'll find elsewhere. Number Two is ride—the way you go—the comfort and steadiness and luxury of your travel* Every Buick has big soft coil springs on each wheel to cushion your way—and an unyielding torque-tube that firms and steadies your ride. Yet these are just two of the fifteen . Buick ride features that cost, literally, more than a million dollars to engineer. Then there's style, there's room, there's visibility, there's handling ease—all part of your travel — all helping to make the difference between good going and .great going. But price is very much part of the picture, too—what you pay for what you get So when you add in the big horsepower rating you get in a Buick, plus the extra thrill and thrift of ks Fireball performance ... When you measure the inches of room, count up the malty hours of comfort through the years, check off things like durability and solid satisfaction and high trade-in value... (MEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE 811111 WILL BUIID THEM And when you put this total against the price of a Buick—you're going to say, "Man! That's great going all the way!" Come in and see us today or tomorrow, won't you?' Equipment, accessories, trim and models are subject to change withomt motile. COX BUICK SALES 1212 Broadway — Phont 315 1 i

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