Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 21, 1952 · Page 9
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r FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1952 THE REGISTER NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS MAY RULE ON MINER WAGES NEXT WEEK No Indication How Putnam Will Decide on Disputed 40c. •y Attainted Pntt WASHINGTON. — Economic Stabilizer Roger Putnam . may postpone until next week his decision on whether a $1.90 daily pay raise for soft coal miners is Inflationary. Putnam was reported today to have about decided to put off the ruling until next Monday or Tuesday. He had promised earlier to do everything possible to reach a decision this week. The case came to Putnam on an appeal from a Wage Stabilization Board decision holding that only $1.50 of the miners' negotiated payraise was approvable under the nation's wage controls* The board held that the extra 40 cento, if paid, would be inflationary. There was no indication of how Putnam would rule. If he upholds the WSB and rules that the extra 40 cents per day can't be paid the miners, they may walk out in protest. A ruling reversing the WSB, on the other hand, would damage that agency's prestige and might lead to some resignations. Discover "Hero" Shared in Loot •y AimlatW PrtM SAN FRANCISCO — Cab driver vAnthony Gelini, who enjoyed brief heroism in the capture of a bank robber, has been convicted of receiving some of the loot. Gelini, 40, was acquitted on two ether counts — transporting stolen money across a state line and harboring a criminal — by a Federal Court jury Thursday. Gelini was a hero — but not for long — when he turned up at police headquarters here with $17, 000 of the $20,000 stolen from a Mission Street bank July 28. He put the finger on Charles Frederick Will as the robber and Will was convicted. Then Gelini himself was charged. Both will be sentenced Dec. 1. IF YOU WANT A LOAN Consider This Fact . . . 31% of our new customers come to jus at the suggestion of a friend. That's Our Best Recommendation $5 TO $500 CASH LOANS CROWN FINANCE CORP. TOE HERBST, Mgr. UUU Main St — Phone 1526 SPECIAL! FRUIT CAKES Cholca of Fruit Content GOOD—6 Lba. $1.98 BETTER—6 Lba. $2.98 BEST—5 Lbs $3.98 SEARS 111 N. 10th St.—Ph. 3000 WASHINGTON CROWDS CHEER IKE—Spectators jamming the sidewalk along 15th street cheer a welcome to President-Elect Dwiglit Eisenhower as he parades through the capital fh an open car (right) on his way to the White House (Nov. 18). Papers tossed from building windows flutter toward the ground. The treasury building is in background and beyond It at left Is the Washington monument. (AP Wlrephoto) Dryest of the Drys Dies at Age 86 •y AtMtlittid PrtM GLENDALE, Calif. — William D. Upshaw, 86, author, lecturer and preacher who as a congressman won the sobriquet "dryest of the drys " died today. He went to Congress in 1919 from Georgia as a Democrat and served eight years. In 1932 he polled 80,000 votes as the Prohibition Party's presidential candidate. For years a lecturer in schools and churches on the "evils of liquor," he became an ordained Baptist minister at 72 and continued his attack on alcohol from the pulpit on mission tours. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 5c BUNDLE 2 Children Die In Barn Blaze By AMMUM PrtM QUINCY, m. — The bodies of Jimmy Blentllnger, 4, and his sister, Joyce, 5, have been recovered from the charred ruins of a barn on their farm near West Qulncy, Mo. The children were playing when a mass of burning straw buried them Thursday. Cause of the fire was not determined. Mrs. Russell Blentllnger, the mother, was in the family house caring for her two smaller children when a passing motorist discovered the blaze. You will find • largo selection of Gifts for tho Smoker at THE WOODEN INDIAN Leper Guilty of Slaying; Jail Is Serious Problem By Atiociatid Proi CARVILLE La.—A 35-year-old male victim of Hansen'ss Disease (leprosy) was sentenced Thursday to three years imprisonment for manslaughter in the fatal stabbing of a woman patient in her private room. Sidney J. Gallardo entered a plea of guilty before U. S. District Judge Herbert Christenberry. The hearing was held in an auditorium at the U. S. Public Health Service Hospital where both were patients. Gallardo and Candelaria Hernandez, 38, were found in the woman's private room Aug. 30 suffering with stab wounds. Federal authorities did not disclose any details of the slaying at the time. Gallardo's sentence poses a problem for federal' authorities. Hansen's Disease patients are prohibited by federal law from leaving the hospital area. A small jail cell is located on You will find a large •election of Gifts for the Smoker at THE WOODEN INDIAN For Christmas Gifts of Quality Be sure to see the WOODEN INDIAN ,in Mt. Vernon CANDY, CIGARS, BILLFOLDS, TOBACCO, PIPES, PLUS MANY SMOKERS' ITEMS. the hospital grounds. It was built in 1927 when a Negro was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in the slaying of another patient. The Herdandez slaying was the second in the hospital's history. RESTORE PEP, POWER \ PERFORMANCE! REBUILT ENGINE Any Make—Any Type LINKON'S STTPPLY < 808 South 10th Street Mount Vernon, I1L You Lucky Man You have every, right to be proud of her, for she's a wife In a, million. Give her a chance to be proud of you, too. Tell her you love her with flowers. Flowers mean so much, cost •o little, and a phone call does It. Phone 616 Say It With Flowers I FINANCE YOUR HOME Through «.n EQUITABLE ASSURED HOME OWNER. SHIP PLAN which provides— (1) Life Insurance to cancel mortgage if owner dies. (2) Interest at only 4%. (8) A Cash Fund for emergencies. Call: A. PAUL FELLINGER 420-21 Rogers Bldg 'Phones; Off 231; Res. 1< 1020 Entertainment and Refreshments at The District Meeting Odd Fellows Lodge IB the Odd Fellows Temple, 121 North 10th St., Mt. Vernon, 111. This Saturday Night, Nov. 22nd at 8 O'Clock THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED Hear Your Favorite Quartets. Admission FREE. Meeting win be tar charge of ADOLPH ZWENGEL, President WM. SHEHORN, Secretary Marlon Lodge No. 13 • FOR THE BEST SERVICE AND THE BEST BUYS IN LIQUOR, WINE AND BEER The Best Place in Mt. Vernon Is THE WOODEN INDIAN FREE PARKING IN REAR — FREE DELIVER? PHONES 100 or 708 FARMERS We Are Clearing Out Our USED FARM MACHINERY AT SPECIAL PRICES To Make Room for New Machinery See us for used plows, balers, combines, tractors, loaders, elevators, harrows. We have one new spreader at special price. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS EQUIPMENT CO. GLENN COLE Waltonville Road Phone 1953 r 919 Broadway Telephone 518 SEE SHOPSMITH AT WARDS FIVE POWER TOOLS IN ONE Special Vi-HP Motor *224 10% down on Term* Shopsmith—your best buy. 5 major power tools—each precision engineered for years of peak performance —combined in one rugged unit for efficiency and savings. Costs far less than similar tool* purchased Individually. include* 8* Circular Saw, Vertical, Horizontal Drill Press, 12* Disc Sander and Wood Lathe. SEE SHOPSMITH IN ACTION TOMORROW SATURDAY, NOV. 22 L J A-1 Used Cars and Trucks BUY WITH CONFIDENCE 1952 FORD FORDOR CUSTOM 8 CYL Heater and back-up lights. 1951 FORD TUDOR Heater, seat covers, good rubber. 1951 FORD TUDOR DELUXE Heater, seat covers, good rubber, 1950 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR STYLELINE Heater and good rubber. 1950 FORD CLUB COUPE Radio, heater and seat covers. 1949 FORD TUDOR 8 CYL Heater and seat covers. 1950 FORD 1/2 TON PICKUP Radio, heater, seat overs, exceptionally clean. 1951 CHEVROLET V* TON PICKUP Deluxe cab, radio, heater, seat coven), exceptionally clean, low mileage. 1948 FORD Vi TON PICKUP v Heater, good rubber. 1946 FORD Vi TON CAB & CHASSIS A-l mechanical condition. HOLMAN MOTOR CO. ma "YOTTR FRIENDLY FORD DBAU5R" 215 N. 10th St. Phone 266 New Two-Tone Babies Baffle British Doctors By Auoclattd Prtil NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, Eng. Brand new "harlequin" babies who suddenly change color with a sharp line down their middles dividing pale from pink are baffling medical men. The tots regain normal pinkness all over after a short period and everything seems all rigftt with them—but hospital doctors still scratched their heads in bewilderment as they reported the phenomenon today in a medical journal, The Lancet In the past year, 21 babies have undergone the strange change, all while lying on their sides. "Each of us on separate occasions saw a particular baby in the nursery of this hospital undergo a most bizarre and striking color change with which we were previously unfamiliar," doctors at Princess Mary Maternial Hospital wrote in the article. "At the age of three days, she was lying naked on her right side in an oxygen box when the left half of her body became much paler than usual although the right side remained the usual pink," they wrote of one case. " "The dividing line between yie two halves was as sharp and straight as if it were drawn with a pencil and ruler, and it ran exactly in a line down the center of the forehead, nose, chin and trunk. This surprising appearance passed off spontaneously after a few minutes." SHAVEMASTER Find Out For Yourself I Closer, Cleaned fillp M. E. JACKSON, Jewelers MT. VERNON-JEFFERSON COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. B. F. CASE, President LUTHER HESTER, Vice-President BLANCHE E. PACKWOOD, Secretory-Treat. Hawkins Building — 1110 Main Street BOX 126 — PHONE 364 Mt. Vernon, Illinois Dear Members: We are pleased to announce that it will not be necessary to make an assessment on your fire insurance risks for this year. We wish to take this opportunity to point out that it is due to your co-operation and carefulness in preventing losses, which make it possible for us to pass up the 1952 assessment as we did in 1950. This constitutes a very substantial saving on your insurance premiums, for by reducing loss you automatically reduce the cost. When this Company was organized almost fifty years ago, its primary function was to provide mutual insurance at actual cost to Its members. By careful selection and supervision of risks the Company has enjoyed steady and uninterrupted growth and is today financially stronger and better able than ever to serve you. Let us pay tribute here to the founders of this Company and to the Officers and Directors following them, who by their long terms of service have demonstrated their faith in the Mutual system. Our present Board of Officers and Directors, realizing that more insurance was needed to cover higher valuations on livestock and farm property, has moved within the past few months to provide this coverage for you. If you feel that you are not adequately insured, call at the Office, or contact the Director in your area, and he will review and adjust your insurance accordingly. Again, may we say, carefulness and co-operation is both our opportunity and our obligation to prevent loss of property and lives by fire. Let us all strive through the coming year to accomplish this task. Very sincerely yours, B. F. CASE, Pres. Luther Hester, V. Pres. Blanche Packwood, Sec.-Treas. Directors: B. F. Case Luther Hester Jim Eater W. L/Wimberly H. R. Luchsinger Lester Boone John Shurtz Roy Shurtz E. H. Kiefer B. C. Clark Durward Book C. E. Fuller J. H. Kell Daniel Fowler H. E. Roane (Deceased) P. S. Please call at the Office, 1110 Main St., for your 1953 calendars.

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