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disdltfc ^P^^HV^HIBV^V^BV 6tftadb.Pfc.224 THE DAILY REGISTER Publtehed ContinuoiiHly Since 1915 THE DAILY REGISTER. HARRISBL'RG, ILL.. MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1955 NEW SERIES. VOLUME 41. NO. 94 FLOOD WATERS RECEDE IN EAST; 48 DEAD Alex Azar, 24, Killed J i A j. A ·-! j. Receives Food In Auto Accident Johnston City Man Also Dead In Collision Crash Occurs Early Sunday in Williamson County Alexander Azar, 24 known to his friends as Alex, was killed early yesterday in a Williamson county auto crash that also took the life of the driver of the other car Young Azar and Michael C Dun mgan. 26. of 1200 Trout street. Johnston City, were killed, appar ently instantly, when the two car* they were driving collided nearly liainson county head on between midnight and 1 a L State Police Stage Raids in Southern Illinois Hit Five Taverns In Williamson, Alexander Counties Alexander Aiar scheduled an in . quest into the Azar death for 5 and Williamson counties DENVER W -- President Eisenhower today received with satisfaction a brief report on the e x - ' tensive activities of the federal government to provide relief as sistance to fle¥d stricken areas of N t w York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and other sections of the hast The chief executive received a Kf neralized report on federal storm ' rein f work from his press secret a r y , James ( Hatjerty. as Mr Eisenhower awaited the arrival of Defense See rotary ( harles F Wil sem and Aelm A r t h u r W Radford, c h a i r m a n of tne Joint Chiefs of Staff Mr Eisenhower's recovery from DU QUOIN. Ill IPi--Illinois state his Sept 24 heart attack continued police staged a series of raids in '" progress satisfactorily at Fitz- two southern Illinois counties Suns "TM" ' A r m y Hospital j » He was able to sit up in a chair day. arresting two women as m ^ide his bed for 30 minutes this mates of a brothel and confiscating momma and return to his bed for gambling equipment A total of 22 policemen swept down on five taverns in Alexander his a morning s sun bath on eighth floor terrace outside room He exacted to confer w i t h Wil son and Kadford this afternoon m on Route 37 three and a half p m toda at the Marion cit hall I -n^y confiscated a total of J422 '" hl / h l "P' t j l room Following an miles north of Marion Azar was and set the Dunmgan inquest for They confiscated a total of $4^2 estdb , Isned me dical routine, the alone, and was driving his own Tupsri.iv ln 8 amblln 8 money plus slot ma- P r e s i d e n t s doctors planned to Damage May j Hit Half Billion In Seven States Estimate 25,000 j Persons Homeless; Rain Continues * HARTFORD, Conn w -- Flood waters of scores of streams in i seven northeastern states began slowly to recede today, leaving in , their w a k e a mounting toll of dead and missing and damage that may total more than a half billion dollars The latest survey showed at least 48 dead in the flood- ravaged area stretching from Maine to Pennsylvania where a similar disaster struck only one month ago An estimated 25,000 persons were homeless and thousands were idled when industries. cither inundated or without power. were forced to shut down. NEW LEGION lUMHANUER--N'ewly elected N a t i o n a l Commander of the American Legion, J Ad Rain, which had fallen for four dington Wagner of Battle Creek, Michigan w a v e s to the Legion assembly following his election He is days, continued to pelt down on flanked by his wile, Virginia, and his son John, as the Miami convention drew to a close (NEA Telephoto) the stricken area and the Boston . . ,,. Weather Bureau saw no respite rQrrner FireS Ot from tho cloud y skies until Wednesday Bureau , Townsend was driving his own Tuesday Was Student at SIl' Dunnigan was employed at De car Azar had headed north and Dun when the The two pn( j drivers were thrown from their vehicles and Dunnigan's compan ion. Miss Madeline Antonmi. 23, of Johnston City, was seriously mjur ed Miss Antonmi, who w a s not thrown from the Dunmgan ma r v ' s ( a t h o h c ' Johns " chines and gaming equipment Of ' h a v e him sit up for another 30 ficials said charges resulting from minutes late this afternoon the raids were to be filed today in The Wilson and Radford con- Cairo and Marion ferences will be followed by con- Eichen, leader of f *rences Wednesday w i t h "Secre- police confiscated t a r of State John Foster Dulles . --.. table, chips and more than j| nfl Friday w i t h Atty Gen Her$150 in cash at the El Patio at bemrtl Brownell Jr the intersection of 111 3 and 37. V r Elsenhower s doctors plan- to London trom Week End Meeting Gasoline Thieves CONDOM IF - Princess Mar- itv » U h the Rev Albert B r e inersecion o an . L and sclzed a dlcc tablc - ch 'P s and ' TM- alto officiating and w i t h burial in Marion Lakc v, lcw ct . m etery there A z a r was graduated from the , count v J $232 ln **» Pur P le Crackle on m , 47 ^^ taverni are , n Alexander chine, was taken to the hospital '·»" 1 » l Tneaday Harnsburg Township high school,, . . Williamson county officers s a i d ' w h e r e he lettered in football i n 1 In Williamson county two worn ] that with both drivers dead and 1950, and spent four years in the, e n were arrested at Ma Hatchett's , Miss Antonmi unable to tell them t S Air rorce He received his Club of Colp and were charged anything, they did not know just discharge last December and was w l t h being inmates of a house of exactly w h a t happened to cause attending Southern Illinois univer- !prostitution At Crespi's tavern m the collision She was still scious at mid-morning. The Azar Dody was Drought 10 «·»«·««. »· «»·« -^ u .. v. ,».. n v. T..W. the Gaskins funeral home where H,s father. Charles Azar. died J" 1 *£*."£? c ?_v * it will lie in state until the funeral in 1945 , of Johnston City service, to be held at 2 p m Tues t1 He leaves the following brothers day at the First Baptist church, of and sister Joseph Azar of Harns- which he was a member The Rev burg James Azar and Mrs Thel- Joe Morman. pastor of the church, ma Harris of Gary, Ind , Arthur will conduct the funeral rites and A z a r of Cairo. Ill , Charles Azar burial will be in Sunset Lawn cem i at Danville, and Louis Azar. who ftery has been working at Boise. Idaho, Coroner Sam Simmons of Wil and who was flying home today »h - t i l ,, £ and probablv " 1 , t a b l n « h l s fir t '-'eP" week if his recovery continues on schedule returned from a week ond meeting in the country today and ran into a possible storm of trouble o v e r their reported romance Margaret said a lingering good by to Townsend at the A l l a n b a v Park estate of her cousin, Mr However, the Weather said swollen streams are lowly receding and will continue Troy Hicks reported to county to do so J officers that he fired at gasoline Connecticut Hardest Hit thieves, who made a getaway, at its forecast said that rainfall his farm on the Billman road south today and Tuesday would measure fore l u n c h and invited a number of Eldorado at 12 15 a m Sunday 11 to 2 inches or more and that if to confer with him H icks' wife was awakened and such a fall developed in eastern saw two youths trying to take gas I Massachusetts and Rhode Island Queen hlizaboth II and her two oline from a pump between the there might be further rises in children headed in from Scotland hou^e and barn Hicks got his streams in that area later in the day and the duke of shotgun and fired but the two ran ' Connecticut, which bore the Edinburgh was en route from to an auto, in which a third per- brunt of the August floods, was D e n m a r k son was waiting, and got away, .hardest hit by the newest disaster. Britons alroaelv were dividing Auto *- -- «·»»- eBtlClIUlUg tJUUMlCrill 1IJLJUU19 UIU*CT|- 1 *L" T V", " ~ » "·"."'Y ~~ \~ ' I a l i " ~ ~ \ ^ l l l C C l S ^lOICJ uncon Isity at the time of his death. He 'Colp. dice and blacJsjack tables ~ * WI%resided with his mother, Mrs. Mary ,an d , *» cash w«r« confiscated. Cftf kAntnrrvrl ght to Azar. at 1010 South Granger street* 'while "ne slot machines were V.Or MOtOrCyCI John Wills, and then sped off to n t ' r X * hl l hcrjthe . 25 _~ c1a TM ld _ P"nc- London and a busy week of social and official engagements Two hours later, Townsend drove his French sports car out of the graveled driveway of tho W i l l s ' mansion at noarbv Binfiold and headed back toward his Iein Sheriff W i l l i a m T Barrett today don f l a t reported t h a t a car stolen from As tho and the 41-year-old handsome v ar hero could complete their romance w i t h a fairy tale wedding, or w h e t h e r thev should be sublet ted to a second class" r§»r- na^,e The pi ess and public- apparently u o i e - on the side of Margaret and I'e ter 27 Killed in Illinois Highway Accidents During the Week End Income Jumps To Record $321 Billion in U. S. two principals in Brit the Bert Rude car lot in Harris am s most notable roval romance Church Is Opposed burg w is found the following day in 19 years returned to tho t a p i t . i l and t h a t he has in his custody an either figures in the .mounting auto and motorcycle whose own d r a m a also headed back to t o w n ors are not k n o w n Public Expresses Approval The car stolon from tho Rude Q"} 1 TM Mother Elizabeth a r r i v e d lot Fridav night was a Chevrolet at ( - larenc-e House shortlv before Pejwerfilido It was found Satur the a r r i v a l of Princess M a r g a r e t n ..._...__ o._ Anthonv Eldorado Gets $1,968 Sales Tax Revenue The one half cent municipal sales clay by county officers on a g r a v e l ,. f n m c Minister Sir road between Routes 45 and 142 o u t h .if Fldoraelo It was un.larn f jed h t I'M b a t t e r y was run c l o w n Four.1 in a d i t c h S a t u r d a v off By United Pren Tragedy struck in q u a n t i t v Illinois roads during the week end whose car skidded on near Illiopolis and in auto accidents in the span 60 hours of Steve Hodge. 3 Marion, who was injured fatally when struck by a car dunng April. Mav and June, the , t crashed Commerce Department reports w o r e This was well above the previous high of $303.600.000.000 set in 1T3 and was up nine billion dollars w h i c h from the first three months of this i{ ou t,. year, the department said Eden a r r i v e d in t o w n shorllv ho Federal Prisoner From Near Fairfield Dies in Jail Here T h e ( h u r c h of E n g l a n d e b v i e u s l y v a s opposucl since' Townsend is a tax produced $1922,131 on August d i v o r c e d man and tho Anglican business transactions, a report to f a i t h eloe-s not sanction remar- Gov William G Stratton by Di nage of a divorced person rector Richard J Lyons of the II But Kclen and P a t l i a m o n t seem- hnois Department of e 1 i n c l i n e d to f a v o r tho princess showed today i especially the eastern coastal area l of the state w here hundreds of 1 homes and industries were inundated and vater and food supplies were threatened. ' Connecticut counted at least 22 dead. New York reported 10 dead. New Jersey 4. Pennsylvania 4, Massachusetts 4, Rhode Island 3. and Maine 1. In some Connecticut areas, more than 10 inches of rain had fallen since Friday At Dobbs Ferry. N Y , the fall measured 8.15 Peterson Flies East Val Peterson. National Civil Defense Administrator, flew East Revenue from San Francisco today to take i iH-rsonal charge of rehabilitation n h i n u nt doe s p i e . v c M i - an t. o in federal prisoner died m the n i a n ,,| he i d u n c e i Saline c o u n t y j a i l d u r i n g the- n u h l p r e s u m a b l v o f n a t u r a l c a u s e s T B a r r e t t n p o t t burst into flames The victims were Frederick Zimmerman, 21 Dale Robbms, 26, and Harold Rob bins, 19 ed that the working capital 01 I total of $100.800000.000 on J u n e 30--a gain of $2.500,000,000 in the April-May June period The Commerce Department re port, covering wages, rents, inter Howard Bomfanl, »SO, Chicago, est and profits, showed that all so,; killed by a hit and run driver in mcnts of the economy, except farm C h i c a g o ing, share dm the general prosper 23 !\ve door w i t h r a d i o and aortal There no lie. ns.- p l a t e s The car t o w e d t I l a r n s b u r g o found w a s a m o t o r e v i k had been in a field near 4 a n d t h e Boulah Heights , .. - . .. ,, . c r o s s i n g w e s t of Eldorado for about In another report, the Securities f ( l l l r r ,,, t l t h s ., w a s M . on t h o r p h . He was \ \ m f i e l d M o r n ' t m ,n Exchange Commission announ" a h t r r % p|( k ( r f(11|r m o n t h 1 a ,, 0 rested bv federal and \ \ a v n o c . n - n corporations, reached a record *»^*« -' ^""V ttre° S ' " a n d t'ns t i m e c a l l e - d t h e sheriff B a r n It s a i d it is a blue 194ii l i a r li D a v i d s o n and the pil.it Fdon h i m s e l f is di- After deduction of the six per a n d rescue operations and to sur- v o r e o d md see m i n ^ l v would be cent administration cost amount x e % the damage s v m p . t l u t i c to t h e i r e uisc Par ing to $11509! and $3945 w h i c h P r e s i d e n t Eisenhower, recupcr- l i a m c n t is m a position to amend was protested, the total tax dis a t m g from a heart attack at the the n,i\ il M a n i a g e A c t of 1772 trtbuted to 114 cities q u a l i f y i n g in r i t / s i m o n s A r m y Hospital in Den- w h u h p i e s i n t l v w o u l d de lav and August was $1 803 095 v p r maintained constant contact c c m p l . c .to am n, i r r u u e p l a n s Elde.rado received a total of $1 ?,',p t h h ^ ,? re ? s , Hc ""!!?«,£ not d . s a p %8 the report shows This is loss ten , 1 , ° S vvould , hbc m a r r v tho t h a n the city administration had ,Tr " h no v . - a r after estimated M a y o r Carl Johnson said ,,,,,, ,£" ( , no h ; · flood ii their It P he . m n o u m . s her ,i t nti. n today H o w e v e r M a v o r Johnson P.iil t h , l.i hops of the \ n e l i c a n added that state officials had told roA , ^ TM " dene Price I'rbana, w h e n ity Y _ _ _ ~ · k _ _ _. . i « . -- i ~ _ · i · ^it-ill- i i n t - j * i [jaiia. v% iitrr ur^ir ? ~.r n *.,, i,,H A * h l s car l p f t u s 45 ncar Ashkum ' "Farm income declined about ,, wreck, two persons were killed in A | exandrr A z a r 2 3 Harnsburg. million dollars to a m i d y e a r an - S u n and M - C I ) u n n l n R a n - Johnston | n«»l rate of 11 billion dollar In ' f*r«cti . . . H,V ,ah Th* H « « , M«. a n» ot - - klllpd n e a r Marion in a head less there is an abrupt change d n r day night The dead were Dvvane on ' 00 , hi , on mg the rest of this vear. f a r m in Basham, 24 of -loliet and Mrs , - «TM '" 195 W1 " h l t Its lowest on collision Irene B Fisher. .50. Bloommgton \^S^^"iS^ Ta^r S «"« TM' *" » ,, , The department said high pmf sk^7 n r,heVar^r, S car «*"»" TM ^acomb driven by Robert E. Brock. Joliot. James Nikolakopoulos. 74. Elm and income from all other sourc nriven ay IMIWTI c,. IJHH.-R, .iiinri. U/VW J p ar i, f a j a l l v tninroH uhon os ls P arl OI a continuing " r o a i e a s e o and then veered into the path of :,,,..!,.. ?,, \L I ,,, ,,, p| m ,l!!!Ji expansionary trend" in the nation s and of 380,000 IKK) the Fisher auto The dead w o m a n ' s '".' K Dy an aul ° ln *'««n w o« eoonomv " , Joliet Mrs Linda Anderson. 53. Chica go killed in a two car collision ncar LaMoille husband Robert M Fisher, 45. ra . rl K vi, ,«- ia was injured seriously, and Brock ,,."", f! ' ' ' sustained lesser injuries '"AV!?* 1 w h l l c Crossin Four persons were killed in the Chicago area Sunday night to boost the total Mrs Ann Stahlman. 41, was kill ed and her t w i n brother. John Licko. was mjure»d seriously when their car smashed into an under pass approach, and Michael Lorn hard). 65 Charlene. Pa . was killed when a bus hit him and another * f*i . . man as they were unloading bags, A-rlOnt TfOfKGFS from the trunk of their car AI bin Rydelus. 38. was hit hv es is part of a continuing "broad increase of 120 ooo ooo o v e r - - ' - "S | nc e 1333 T h e total was boosted by a 1T3 st ( h i n a c e n s u s w h i c h re- a population of ."«) 1BO IKK) - (VK) more than the latest tv o f f i c e r s f o l l o w i n g a r.ud on h house S a t u r d a v n i g h t six m i l e s southeast of Fairfield Fi _e n. Healev of H a r r i s b u r g \ l e o h o l 1 i\ I nit agent and Sheriff F l i n o \!'U rage a n d h i s \ \ a v n o e o u n t v de-p utios staged t h e raid w h i c h l i n e o\ erc-d a 10 g a l l o n vat of c o r n m i , h ind se-- or il Ivittl.-s of fre-sh w l - i s k \ He told Healev t h a t ho ha.I o l e l some of the li.|iior at $12 .1 , i l i o n B r o u g h t he-re' S i t i i r e l i\ i - i ^ h t e n I a p p a r e n t l v in ^no.l h e i l t l i M . i - i t mSJtS.a'r 1 M t N a l - * t o cstl ^'-' h -'''"'- KT,-;,""!',:,,, 111 H o w o v r r t h i s m o r n i n g p r i - o n e r The map c o m p a n v , m a k i n g the snmmone-d B a r r e t t l a k to tin e s t i m a t e in the c e n t e n n i a l edition c o l l s and said t h e v b e l i e v e I Me r of its A t l a s said tho f i g u r e is in ntt d e a d H i r r e l t c a l l e d a pin - w h o ,n the House of i.t officers t h a t the first month o u l d put o b s t a c l e s in the w o u l d probably be lower t h a n oth cf months duo to the confusion of reporting in the first month A m o u n t s received by other south ern Illinois cities included Anna S! 307, Benton $3 040. ( arbonclale S4 387, Du Quoin $2 64 1 . He-rrin ( h ' l i e h I ord \»\ of f u l l p i l i i m e - n t a r v a p p r o v i l a'-d f o i . i M a r g a r e t t o r o n o u - H . I" i r o \ , i l p i e r. % i t i v e - s and i i lit . I MIC c e s s i o n to the throne '·. I i e she 1-1 m u d T \MIM nd I n t i l i l i t i MI I h c d u k . o t Film dav a Ki«-ii)tic rescue and rohabili- t i o n o p e r a t i o n gathered moment u m 1 w e n t \ H X helicopters shuttled o v e - r flood struck communities of ( o n n e e t i c u t l i f t i n g hundreds to bin _ h w h o is r e p o r t e d to h a v e $-4010 Johnston City $867 Marion World Population 2,620,000,000 ( I I K \ d c ) IP--There- wore 2 t20 (VX) 00() persons in the w o r l d l a s t A. Co esti »,,.ii« The ( ommorce Department · nd ' ' ^ income from wages and salaru-s street in , nc reasod $6.400.000,000 in the sec _ . 3" I COT Poet ond quarter to a record . n n u a l rate of $219.VH) 000 000 Tho pro N a t i o n a l i s t ( hme-se e s t i m a t e , the vious record was $209200,000.000 c o m p a n v said ' i n 1953 Corporate profits before t i\es climbed $2100000.000 to a m i l vear annual rate of 43 billion dol lars, also a new record 19"0 nan to c o n f i r m th. di H l T C H - i i d t h i t \ e I. ri) i v M e r n t t w a s a l l r i g h t b u t tod.iv p n oners s nil t h a t M e r r i l l t in p l u m I of an upse-t s t o m a c h I isl r i u h t B a r r e t t s u m m o n e d ( oron. r F 1 mer M d i b b o n s who hcv m i n i n \ e s t i g a t i o n I he boelv vc i s m o v e I to tho (Hbbons f u n c r a l horn.- . . » , . , , . ,, ,, , . t PADt CAH. Kv HP - A new 3- a car and killed, and 4-year old ' Voa 5, »·*«" contract with an im- Janice Posego. Joliet, was k i l l e d , mediate 10-ccnt hourly increase in a collision in front of the subur W P n t '"to effect for some 1.000 Bryan Morris, 58, Galaria, Dies of Injuries From Auto Accident Bryan Morns. 5$. resident of da .morninx. t)ot 22. according Geological Survey Field Trip to Start from Shawneelown on Oct. 22 I R B A N V III -- T h e t h i r d a n d "\\e w i l l a l o ,ee t h . o l d - a l l last of tho f a l l series of F a r t h Soi springs w h o r e the I n d i a n s a n i l e at once field t r i p s g i v e n bv the Illi ly sottle-rs made- t h e n s a l t ' nois S t a t e de-ologleal Survev w i l l start from S h a w n o e t o w n Saturdav ban Oak Forest infirmary of Janice's msters and the driver of their car. John Hayes. S. Joliet. were treated for injuries and released Aim treated was the driver of thr other car. Carl R«iUy, 47, Markham Other deaths were: Goorfc King. », Springfield, here today I'««'»- ««g »" St Mary's hosp.tal Ooorgo M Wilson head of the Sur Members of the CIO Oil. Chemi- «n East St Loui.s Saturday after vcy's Educational Kxtens.on Serv nrf A , 0|n|c Workpr! ; Unlon noon Death was a result of in ice The Geological Survey is n approved the new contract late juries ^received in a highway acci division of the s t i t e Department MINES Sahara 5. «, It, utf watbtr wort. pMkoiy a work*. IHW »ird · MM · work. Friday by a majority vote. Like a similar contract signed Thursday by 3,900 atomic morkcrs at Oak Ridge. Tenn. the new agreement offers a wage increase of 24 cents per hour over a three rar period The increase includes today's 10-cent raise and provides tor a 7 cent increase Oct 15. ItM. and other T cents Oct 15. 1M7 Both AFL and CIO workers her* and al Oak RMge have been earn- I Mia from $1 M to $3.30 per hour . i Locals conducted separate nego- ! tiatfcm wNk thr Union CarWd*- dent three weeks ago The body lies m state al Courtney funeral home in Galatia on the Ohio r i v e r in d a l l n t m coun of R e g i s t r a t i o n and F'.ducation the ' The region around Shawneotown T h e deological S u r v . v g i v e ^ i \ F a r t h Stione-o fiolel t r i p s e . i e h \ e i r in different p i r t s of t h e si ,to to a c q u a i n t teachers a n d others u i l h tho local goologv The t r i p s a l w a v s attract some of t h e n. i i l ) \ f . i r i r ors w ho arc interested in l e a r n i n g more alxmt t h e i r soils .md how t h e landscape c a m e t o b e t h e w a \ Funeral services will be Tuesday , t y . is al the m a r g i n of the glacial ' s at 2 p m at the Dillmgbam Meth- ed portion of Illinois, where much The group w i l l a s s e m b l e at odtst church wr.st of Galatia Rev bedrock is exposed at the surface Shawnootown ( o m m u m t v h i g h Bernice Goddard of Johnston f itv I "We w i l l eo old sand dunes now school about R 30 and l e a v e b\ t thick loess a m (CST) Take a p a c k e d and many lunch and your car or a r r a n g e M I _ _ I ~ | . ( | M t r ^ a r o t _ l a t e s t m e e t m^ w i t h 1 ' u n - e n d aft. r a t w o \ . u st-p u a l i i n \\ I-, ...ud to be i !\ i ^ m ^ s i i o n ^ i v 11, n t i s t m,ir I I I , , he t.voe'ii tlie p.ur * (.) K i 11 I l i / i be I I I h. I st I n i m i t l e i l i u - \ m p i l ' i e l i e h e I |i. I -'in i l . i i l !,,- Ill _ ' i t be tow m l he I sis I . . i 'd P u t p u b l u I v i p p r o v e t h e u I M - i n . e .is QII. i n -hi Is di l lid. l ot 111. \ l l g l i . .in f . n t t i Gail Buckner, 66, Of Stonefort Dies ' i I I'm km i i i i i r. Mm i t ( f H i e M n e f ' M c o m ' n i m i t v m d v e t M I I . 1 \ \ n I d \ \ i r I . l i e .1 S i t u r \ i t ' ' "n i 'n n i l . \t.ii ion \ l i i i n h i p t . i l I( i l h w .1 d u e I I u I . i i ' i . i o n I U K i l l i l le i s \ e i e In Id t i v i l i v i l .-' p i i l t i l . M o i l , f o r t I l i s t I' e | t i s l i ' me h I I . v c,eorg. Sm lh p i I i r i s s i s t e - d In K. \ \1 de-n I ) , i t n . f l u i . i t e d m d b u n i l v i s m t 1 e I ' o l t o n e « m i * M \ n - i r s i M T i . l o i t I J i t . x w . re \i\ t h e \ I \\ u l Hi. \ t , , n e i t ) I e _ion Me 1. i \ e I i m o t h e r Mrs Sus i ' 1 ' i i u k ' i . t Sloll. f n r t h i s w i f e . St.803 and West Frankfort $4 H a r r i s b u r g ' s sales tax ordmanc-e w a s passed too late to be. e f f e c t i v e on \tigust sales M a y o r Johnson stated texlav it had been e s t i m a t e d Eldorado w o u l d r e c e i v e - a p p r o x i m a t e d $HXje) e a c h m o n t h Phi e s t i m a t e w is !.i»d on tho f o l l o w i n g -- \ p p r o v i m i t . l v Slt'i I M H I w . ( s r c c e - l v o d b v t h e s t a t e m o n t h l y on the old two p e r e . n t ,,( rnc rc"h m c l i s o Salvation Army Drive Collections Boosted to $3,900 s il no c o u n t y ' · , a n n u a l Salvation \ i m \ f u n d d r i v e is g r a d u a l l y build in., u p w i t h t h i s morning's total l mdin.4 -it $1 900 including $600 los t a x f i g u r e on sales in I Mo i ado t o w n s h i p 'I h i s t o t a l u.is d i v i d e d bv f o u r as Eldorado r c i e - i v . s mone-v on i one h a l f s il. s t iv f i g u r e - le i v i n ^ a $-1 "ICKl t o t a l Then SI OOO w a de-ducted on the b IMS t h . i t t h i s m u c h business « is done- in t h e t e i v n s h i p o u t s i d e t h e e i l v l i m i t s Fldorado h i s s t i r t i d i t r t . i r e p a i r p t o r u n l h i t i n c l u d e s p u t t i n g u r a v el oti ov e r\ i m p iv . d sir. . I in t h e e i t s \ n. u t r u c k .Mt*\ .1 ( , t h . i c a p a c i t v of m m i th I M 12 t o n ^ of g r a v e l h i s b e e n p u r e h i . d a n d h a s hoe-n m i k i n g t h r e e - t r i p ^ e l n l v a ^ t h . s l i e e t p r o i , r i i n _n' under w a\ J o h n on for g r a v e 1 ml and ( h i p the r e - d i i e t i o n in the s a l e s t ix re- C . ipts f r o m u h a t \ a s e s t i m a t e e | H l o r a d o -, c a m p a i g n is still u n d e r \ a v « u h i t s present total a t 570,1 F l c l o r a c l o c h a i r m a n John R \ | u r p h v pre die ts t h a t another $100- $J.«) \\\\\ t o m e in ( . . n e r i l ( h a i r m a n .lohn W. Bi« ^ r , . U inounte-d t h i s morning that 1 01 t i .buttons f r m the- Lnion lo c ils will .ml considerably, and they ire e x p e c t e d to s t a r t coming In t h i t e . k \\ e should r c t o u e at le-ast an $ ^ f r o m the solicitations w t l( , ],, m.,,),, · R i ^ y e r s said Me r e m a r k e d t h a t - v i t h a n optimistic outlook t h e pe-eiplo of Saline county c a n s t i l l ke-ep the A r m y post here I \ e had spv d :'i f o l l e m n i g b r o t h e r it m i g h t h. n i - e e s s - i r x to out b a c k . . porsems of av i d the p r o ^ r i m c ill. i ,. ril , f ,, , u , x eontribulo in a fine hut w i t h v ,,, x a t l f | 0 |hers wh.i are able to g i v e more arc f a l l i n g short," Big- ^e-rs said Following is a list of contribu- t i o n s of $1 or more not listed before I)r L I Webb, Otto Bar- \e I t . e .niel st · \ lolph Buokner Kan tho p r o g r a m to some extent -as e ,t\ Mo Mrs U m n i o Hen .lohnson did iv tho e i t v of Fldo s h i r s'om t o r t I t f M Mrs / o n a rado is on g.Mid f i n a n c i a l basis and no( | _, n r ) ^ n v 0 | r r r f n s O f Foreign 1.1\ m M u ion and Misses Ina he hoped the street program could \ \ a r s $25 Tison Hall John's cafe. i r d F t 1 . r I'.iu k n o r Stonefort bo carried to i t s completion eve-n Sod i( | S e - c u r i t y office, $15. I h . I h o i i i l o i i l u n e - r a l home was if ree-oipt-, we-re loss t h a n oxpeite d ' m . ' i n and Rev William Sims of East St 'covered w i t h limber Louis will officiate and burial in deposits buried soils James Mundy, 72, of Ncar Equality Dies . l a m e s M u n d v 7 2 w h o s o Dohlgrtn Man is Killed While Hunting .Tamers Siugs in of Dahlgren home was killed at 4 30 p m Sunday The Weather 11,1 INOIS Partlv rlmidy tonight, somewhat cooler north Tuewiay p a r t l v cloudy and cool Low to- the Masonic and Odd Fellow* cem etery at Benton Mr wife Fletcher. Metropolis, s o u t h of K q u a l i t v died Satur bv the accidental discharge of his nieht .18-4.1 north, 42-46 r Morns is survived by his (faulted." W i l s o n sjml , Rut*, and two ttopnons. Gene ' "When earth forces crumple*d rocks of Pennsylvania and MISSIS- space at the high school" vMUon dav e v e n i n g in the Ferrell hospital own 22 rifle while hunting south Tuesday sippian ago some of which are said "And bring your h a m m e r i Me is s u r v i v e d bv his v i f o Lula. of Dahlgren |a cold chisel, and k n a p s a c k He J a n . I one son Ed bolh of Fqiiilitv Services w i l l be held Tuesdav ,, _ , ^tne«.sure to wear heavy low heeled I The f u n e r a l w a s held lodav at 2 at 2 p m at the (inxg and Ohol and Billy ] rocks »nd broke" them, some of the i shoe* and clothes suitable for hik p m at the Eo,u»litv Methodist son funeral chapel in Dahlgren LOCAL TEMPEPATt'MC ·tart*. Co., wMek ofcraten kotb IdaugMer, Mm StJIew Uland, . ^ Fletcher of Aurora and one utep 'rock strata were displaced nearly ing Anvone interested in 3 p m MarylM Adams, '4.6W fret and some of the fault or collecting rocks and fossils is Y. zones were mineralircd , welcome " c h u r c h The- Rov F W Fox offi Rev Bird C.reren will officiate and ft p m ciale.l The A K Moore funeral burial will be hi the Odd Fellows 9 p m home u i m c h a r g e cemetery at Dahlgren 12 mid i 4 90 ^7 55 3 a. ft a. «. ft a m. _ M u MM --ii

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