Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on February 26, 1953 · Page 2
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 2

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, February 26, 1953
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Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, at the White House. They are members of troop 288. With them are Marsha Baker (left) of troop 415, Washington, and. Sherry Stephens of troop 42, Fairfac County. Va. (AP wirephoto) The Dixon Eveniner Telesraoh — Dixon. Illinois Page 2 rnursaay, * eoruary zo, ivoa Ike, Winnie Have Spurred Interest in Painting Art By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK — m — Winston Churchill and President Eisenhow- r have helped make painting a idely popular hobby. And down in Greenwich Village trio of oldsters, all of whom took their first brush strokes after 60, showing the young Bohemians there that art knows no age limit. The three are Dr. Joseph S. Efremoff, a dental surgeon who admits with a twinkling smile, "I'm over 73, but I won't say how much '; Mrs. Julia Brestovan. 71, a grandmother, and Mrs. Edna E. Plumb, a widowed 71-year-old saleswoman. Never Took Lesson Dr. Efremoff and Mrs. Brestovan never took an art lesson. Mrs. Plumb studied only four weeks. But all have met with enough success to find painting has opened 2\v worlds to them. A year ago Dr. Efremoff won first nrize over 139 other nainters at the annual show of* the Village Art Center, a community project founded by Mrs. Helen Richter El- ser. He has since held several one-man shows. 'The professional artists were dizzy when they found out I was 1 really just a baby at the chuckled Dr. Efremoff. "I have never sold a painting. give them as presents. I. have enough money myself, and I help other artists financially, as much as I can. It is sad to know how many really fine aitists today are starving." All Should Paint Dr. Efremoff thinks every elderly person should paint. "I started at 63." he said. "And my first two pictures, they made me a kid again. "It has captured me completely. I paint in my office. As soon as I finish with a patient, I turn to my easel. Mrs. Brestovan turned to painting and ceramics after rearing five children. She has sold a number of pictures, and her tiles, featuring scenes from her girlhood days in Czechoslovakia, are distributed by some top department stores. * Mis. Plumb who has only her evenings free for her hobby, has sold four painting at $100 each. "I have to go to business during le day," she said. "But I am thankful to God I can still go out and eain my own way at 71." 12 -Month Schools Approved As School Principals Convene LOS ANGELES, Calif. Illinois school official Tuesday told the National Association of ondary School Principals public schools should operate 12 months year. Russell D. Johnson, assistant superintendent of the Granite City, community nign scnooi, said the present nine month system is carried over from the days when youth had to help tend the crops. "Can you think of a major in dustrial concern spending annually of money equal to that spent for public education, or having as much capital invested in physical plants, set up on a pre-planned program of three-quarter operation?" he asked. Suggesting 12-month operation Johnson said. "It might not mean a longer period of time each year Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH. * pt-«i.nt .Ik.lln. <non- > little FASTEETH for the students. It is possible that through the year-round program of school attendance, a schedule could be worked out in connection with industry and commerce so that vacation periods might come at any time throughout the year." The association elected James E. Blue, of Rockford, 111., first vice president. Free Negro Who 'Leered' At Farm Girl RALEIGH. N. C. (/P>— North Caro-Una's Supreme Court Wednesday fi-eed a Negro sharecropper who" had been convicted of assaulting a" -white farm girl although he got no closer to her than 65 feet. The Negro, Mack Ingram, was , convicted in Caswell county last November of assaulting 17-year-old •'. Willie Jean Boswell. who said she ., was frightened when he leered at hei. Supeiior Court Judge Franks Armstrong gave Ingram a six- , month suspended sentence. Chief Justice William A. Devin •*. held today that evidence was in- '•; sufficient to make out a case of " assault. * *Miss Boswell had testified that while she was walking along a road to join her father and brother .« i na tobacco field Ingram drove t~ by "leering at me a curious look." ". Ingram had told officers he wanted '. to see the girl's father about bor- -rowing a trailer. Lodge Perjury ] Charge Against : Treasury Man 'i NEW YORK — (J) — Former Inter- i nal Revenue Commissioner Joseph , Nunan Jr., already charged ; . income tax evasion, has been indicted by a federal grand jury ; on charges of perjury. * The rackets grand jury In Brook- -. lyn Tuesday charged the 54-year- .« old Nunan lied about his finances statements to the jury and fed eral tax investigators. i Nunan was indicted by the same ,' jury last Dec. 2 on charges of _■; cheating the government of $91,086 » come taxes octween 1946 and 1950, during part of which time he was the nation's No. 1 collector. > He has pleaded innocent to the •'. t?x evasion indictment and is now , free on $1,500 bail. Legislative Committee Okays Rescinding of Service Taxes SPRINGFIELD, III. I/F>— The Illinois House Revenue Committee yesterday recommended passage of a bill which would rescind a recent extension of the state sales tax to purchases of supplies for use in service occupations. Materials bought by tailors, pharmacists, builders and persons engaged in similar businesses were brought under the sales levy by State Revenue department rules last December. nue estimated at 10 to 12 million j dollars a year. This amount would < be lost to the state if the bill approved Wednesday is finally en- ( acted. However, a state revenue department spokesman disclosed at | the committee hearing that the > state administration is working on ■, alternative legislation that would • safeguard the extra revenue and at > the same time meet objections J from businessmen. ' Between 30 and 40 representa- : lives of businesses affected by [ the Revenue department rules ap- j pearcd in support of the repeaier \ authored by Rep. Arthur W. I Sprague (R-LaGrange). | LEE S BARBER SHOP I When PILE Misery > Fnrm^lw PUII RIIRMC I R°bS Y°U °f Sleep i Former,y PH,L 1 ...HERE'S QUICK RELIEF! > 106 COLLEGE AVE. I ^H^Era I LEE GRIVETTI, Owner I YOU CAN OWN A NfW IIG-SCREEN CROSLEY FOR AS LOW AS $2.85 A WEEK Newspaper „ N ARCHIVE1 FWSPAPER Hnun vt,ey

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