Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 6, 1963 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1963 THE REGISTER -NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 9 Oil Wells Pump On Coal Property CHICAGO (AP) - Zeigler coal gt Coke Co. reported today olll strikes have been made on its 'property in Franklin County. • Two wells, Plumfield No. 1 and No. 2, are producing at the rate of 650 barrels a day and additional drilling ia under way, the firm •aid. Zeigler spokesmen said reports by experts regarding the potential ol the field are optimistic and rights of way are being acquired for a pipeline to the refinery that buys the oil. Under an exploration agreement, Zeigler has a 25 per cent interest in all oil produc-l tion. Alfred M. Rogers, president ol Zeigler, said the company owns substantial acreage in Franklin county and adjoining Williamson County and also has o!i rights on several thousand acres in Muhlenberg and Hopkins counties, Ky. Timely Quotes The Church neither refuses nor prefers any form of government provided that it would be just and liable to procure the common good of its citizens. —Pope Paul VI ARE BUM STEERS •%M|^M|§| iiiiiiiliii "How'dit go?" "Not a speck of trouble!" Farm News By OVID A. MARTIN WASHINGTON (AP)-The Agriculture Department reported today that domestic and foreign demands for farm products strengthened further in the first half of this year; Some additional increase was forecast for the second half. Major factors, the agency said, were increasing population and {!<» «|1 READY TO WORK — A prefabrlcr/.cd bathroom ii unloaded In Munich, Germany. Manufacture ts geared fa* [ tpeedy-lnitallation since labor Is expensive and In tfemand. sibly turkey likely will more than offset prospective decreases in eggs and milk. Red meat production was about 4.5 per cent above a year earlier during the January-June period. "Crop prices and marketings probably will change little from 1962 and the increase in livestock marketings may about offset lower prices for livestock and products," the department said may be increased by 20 per cent items farmers buy are running in several years with prices re- nearly 2 per cent more this year, mainlng at about the average fori It said these rising costs point 1962-63. WASHINGTON (AP) can farm exports totaled $5.1 bil-l lion during the fiscal year ending Jjlly 1, down $42 million from the previous year, Reporting this today, the Agri , . culture Department said declines Increased receipts are antlci-; wore sn o\vn in exports of cotton, to a lower parity ratio—that is, ratio of prices received by farm- Amerl. ers for their products to prices 'paid by them for goods and services they buy. The agency now expects farm production costs in 1963 to exceed last year's record $28.2 billion. pated for reed grains, soybeans, potatoes and sugar beets; small rising purchasing power. Consumer receipts are likely for cotton er spending for food and bever-,hogs, and milk, ages in the first half of the year totaled about 3 per cent more than the $84 billion expenditures a year earlier. Mid -year indications point to slightly more farm production this year than last. For livestock and livestock products, produc-| tion was up a little in the first half of 1963 from a year earlier. For the year, production increases of beef, chicken, pork and pos wheat, tobacco, "inedible tallow and poultry meat products But increases in exports were reported for soybeans, oilseed products, feed grains, rice, vege- WASHINGTON (AP)—The Ken- tallies and preparations, and nedy administration came out to- dairy products, day with a new bid for morel The department said adverse grassland for production of feed-iweather conitions in many im- er cattle for the beef inustry. i porting countries may contribute An Agriculture Department re- to an increase in U.S. exports port said the trend for feed-cattle prices appears to be favorable. It said if increasing demand for this fiscal year. WASHINGTON (AP)-The Ag. beef continues, as it has in thejriculture Economic Service re- last 10 years, cattle production ported today that unit costs of JOE MARTIN INSURANCE ""VCY 1110 Main Office Phone 244-2800 Auto—Home—Fire-Business Service Is the Keynote of Our Business. THE DOCTOR SAYS When your livelihood depends on your car . .. you don't take chances. That's why it pays to use Filtered AMERICAN ® Brand Gasolines. For the American FINAL/FILTER ia the final step to assure you that both AMERICAN Gasolines are free of contaminants that seldom used to be a problem —but could atop your car cold today. Filtered Gasolines with MtPG — available only at Standard or American Oil Dealers —one more reason why millions can say "not a speck of trouble!" You expect more from Standard and you get it! Tic Douloureux Treatment Gives Promising Results By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Q — My doctor says I have trigeminal neuralgia, common-! ly called tic douloureux. He gave me an alcohol injection that relieved the pain for about a year. The pain has come back and my doctor says that aside from another injection the only treatment is to cut the nerve. However, I have heard that there is a new treatment. Please tell me about it. THE AMERICAN FINAL/FILTER ' PATENT APPLIED FOR ...and only Standard Oil Dealers have it! • N r.H. COMPANY 61883 AMERICAN OIL COMPANY FRANK WEATHERFORD, Templeton St., Mt. Vernon, Dial 244-090: A — Tic douloureux Is a common and very painful ailment. Until recently destruction of Ithe nerve was the only sure cure. Now there is another treatment. A woman with this disease was found to have no, acid in her gastric juice. When 1 she was given dilute hydrochloric acid her pain ceased. This led to the assumption that in hypersensitive or allergic persons a temporary or permanent disappearance of acid from the gastric juice might permit (histamine or a related substance to pass from the stomach into the blood and be carried to the trigeminal nerve. Working on this theory a series of patients with tic doulou- reaux were given small but increasing injections of histamine |in an effort to desensitize them. They were also given dilute hydrochloric acid. Those who had .previously had boiling water injected into the nerve did not respond to the new treatment! but the rest showed varying de -l grees of improvement. No treat-' ment for this disease can be guaranteed, but this new method j is worth trying. Q — What Is the treatmentl for rheumatic fever in adults? I A — The treatment of rheumatic fever in adults is essen-ii tially the same as that In children. The victim should rest in I bed until all signs of active i disease haved disappeared. Aspirin or other salicylates are given. Steroid hormones mayji also be given In the period of, active infection, and penicillin or a sulfonamide for the next five years to prevent rheumatic 'heart disease. Q — What parts of the face cannot be improved by plastic I surgery? I was in an accident ,F and had one lower eyelid badly, torn. i ! A — Plastic surgeons have! made great strides since the on- 1 set of World War II. I don't j, believe there is any part of the face that has been injured that 1 can't be improved. The greatest trouble is that well-qualified plastic surgeons are still in short" supply and many middle sized cities do not have one. I Please send your questions and comments to Dr. Wayne G. Brandstadt, M. D., In eare of this paper. While Dr. Brandstadt cannot answer Individual letters, he will answer letters of general interest in future, columns. Right now in MT. VERNON WE'RE BACKING PLYMOUTH AND VALIANT WITH BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES! We've got the best low-priced cars and we know it! So we're driving to top all previous sales figures. It's an all-out effort! What does this mean to you? A better deal all around. We're slashing our profits-per-car to get big volume sales.and, while we're doing it, you can get more money for your present car in trade plus America's longest and best new-car warranty!* Come in today! •Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against defects in material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and Internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care Schedules. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Mount Vernon, Illinois INSTALLS NEW AND LARGER AFTER HOUR DEPOSITORY For Our Customers 1 Convenience Mr. John Donoho of Donoho Welding Service Is shown in the process of welding the outside section of the After Hour Depository to the vault. When deposits are made in the after hour depository they fall down the chute into the locked vault as shown. Due To The Increased Demand For After-Hour Depository Facilities, It Has Necessitated The Installation of This New and Larger After-Hour Depository Vault. . . . We Cordially Invite You to Take Advantage of This Valuable Service Day or Night At No Extra Charge. This Is But ONE Of The Many Services We Have To Offer Jefferson County's Leading Bank AUTHOR1KO OIAUMI A CHRY8LER nil MOTORS coKeflMniw Fl NATIONAL BANK AMOUNT VERNON S & W MOTOR COMPANY 1101 SALEM ROAD—MT. VERNON, ILL. Corner 10th and Main Streets Member F.D.I.C. Mt. Vernon, Illinois Dial 242-6521

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