Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 13
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 13

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
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Drought Areas Hit by Floods Rain Supplants Dust Storms in Many Regions By The Associated Tress Cries of "too much rain" wets heard today in wide drought area3 of the Southwest where a fortnight sgo 1 aging black dust storms plagued Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado. But flood threats aiound thiee fiuukly as came the cloudbursts that caused them Altnough lesi-dents were e\acuated from low aieas. high\\a\s and lailroads x ere wasned out, and many sections flooded, police minimized the dangei at dawn Damage Slight Theie ueie no injunes and dam- land Tex , thev said, "it looks like veie £ot it whipped It looks no\' , if well make it H was still laming hov cvei at Eastland v nere more than 11 inches of rain fell in 12 hour" Tn southern Oklanoma water lan o\er cuibs and minoi tlood conditions vete lepoited Wednesday r-^nt at Temple, Wamika, Lawton, Frederick Camanche, and Walters. Okla Colorado receued up to 16 inches of snow in Lne mountains ?nd ud to 3 inches oi lam across us drought ia\aged eastern plains A dozen tornadoes skipped over Texas, and Oklahoma was under tornado alert much of Wednesday night but little damage was ie-norted and there weie no injuries as tne twisters failed to toucn ground or struck m thinly populated rural areas Oklahoma Hit Oklahoma apparently received the most damage. It hail deiastated crops aiound Temple, Okla , where unofficial rainfall estimates for the past 24 hours leach S3'i inches. Roads were closed in several louthein, southwest and western Oklahoma counties by high waters and debris from windstorms. A tributary of Leon River, out of its banks east of Eastland, cut transcontinental U S. Highway SO with floodwateis and halted traffic Trains on tne TeNas and Pacific Raihoad were also halted east of the w e&t Texas city. mm wmzt //if- . - m TRIM IDEA -Christmas trte in a very modern vein is the theme of Mrs. Joseph Canzani'a costume at a ball m Columbus, Ohio. Wire and balloons add the modernistic touches. EXCLUSIVE NEA PHOTO The planet Pluto is 3,700,000,000 miles fiom the Earth Friday Night SPECIALS Good From 7:00 p.m. Until 9:00 p.m. Reg. 3.98 Ladies' Wedge Casuals \ £ Rrnwn nnrl hlnrk — All sizes ^™ Reg. 6.49 Porch and Lawn Chair AJl AluTnintim Tvith nvlnn ro\erinc Reg. 3.98 Ladies Runproof Tailored Nylon Slips Pink and white. Sizes 32 thru 40 Reg. 2.98 Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Acetate and m Ion— -Asa'td. color?. 14-17 Reg. 7.95 All Steel Kitchen Steo Stool With back .... Re§. 2.98 Gauze Diapers 21"x40" — Do* Reg. 595 Wards Standard Lawn Seed 1 Pound Res. 4.22 Plastic Garden Hose 50 ft. 8 > ear warranty | Oat Otir Way 133 77 177 99 37 NEW STORE HOURS Friday, 9 'til 9 - Sat., Close at 5 Close Thursday at 12 Noon 77 BUY NOW — USE WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN non-Chinese papers heie today said the Reds have executed "0 Chinese farmers in Kwangtung Province. .The reports said the farmers op posed government control of agn- cultural production r iL By J. B. Williams T](f¥J MC DEVELOPED OOtM' W"7 VOU RE GETTIKC \^ V 6 J If BH 5i*J-wARMepnjsT xxi-ve stepped \ « i£Sr \ \ IMQ eETW6EN OUR TOGS, fa&f OW POOR BUK5 M?<&Sl I PBW >AMP THE ECSTAS* OF FSB ALEEAPy AW" \ \ J~^ \l rll r/TUTBiW Ha COOL JUMPED LIKE I W \\ OOZ-i SUMMEK **X> / ^ %^ SHOT.' _JJ 1 roll "sss^jsv^; r rrro -h^^tssd L f^gg^jlt^ ^Wm vout> icve to rjve forever rj -JC^r... I Execute Farmers HONG KONG Reports in two iCL I- V^+<imc' MANILA i?)— -Nine peisons aie missing in shaik-infestea wateis two are dead and four injuied out cf 22 aboaid a sailing boat rammed and sunk in datkness Wed nesday night by steamer 110 HENNEPIN AVE. i island Anti-Polio Researchers |Get Honors CHICAGO »B — A polio leseaich am in Moiean County is the fust ecipient of an annual award foi contributions to medical science cffeied by the Illinois State Med ical Society. The societv gave the award for the gtoup s uoik in testing polio \acone The aw aid wa Wednesday nignt : ipseairh team has been at tempting to detetmme the effec tiveness of a polio \accine o\ Killing the -virus bv ultia\iolet radia tion. The vuus in saiK vaccine is killed by foima'deh\de. dren In Morgan Countv were Inoculated. Research team members included.. the late Dr. Sidney O. Levinson. executive director of Michael Reese Research Foundation, how- Snautrnness} . director o* laboratories, Illinois Department of Puolic Health. Dr." Albeit Milzei, director of microbiology. Michael Reese Hospital, Frank Oppenheim- Biophysicist, ur Aioert won, ector and Miss Mattha Jano-bactenologist of the founda tion, John L. Neal, lmmunologis:, and Richaid A. Momssey, virolo gist, Illinois Department oi ruonc Health. A woman state health worker. Mis. Laura Hughes Lunde of Chicago, received the society's first award to an indnidual for work lr good government and health mi provement in Illinois An estimated six million Amer ican school children have uncor- t?i a,A^ ,.p, r,n» lrPft»d visual defects savs tne jset-Moie than 200 chil- Iter vision Institute White House Dining Rooml ' % Miles West on Alt. 30 nnr-nTUT ^JlTTTOlI TMMMPP > ^riLOliAJ-. v^nirwn r/iAiiit-Ai FRIDAY NIGHT Ordeis to Go — Phone 2-8871 SSALE — Tredproof Finish For porches, floors. Gel... 3,99 QU. .1.11 NEW WARDWHITE HOUSE PAINT 5.85 Wardwhife — Wards newest one-coat house pain' Contains more than 35% titanium for rr ing power ond coverage. Self-cleaning. Quick and easy to apply Gallon covers up to 450 sq. ft. 4.tS SEAT — Hardwood; lustrous enamel •oish. White only. 3.99 rsif] 6.39 BATH CABINET — Economy model. Recessed. 2 shelves. .5.75 WsSSsM. Gallon \ 'Tr* J REG. 1 .89 VARNISH — oil purpose spor varnish for doors.... 1.66 Qt SALE — Super House Paint. Weather-resistant. GaL in 5's.. 19.95 WHITE BATH SET REGULAR 151.20 129.88 B^r on FHA Term*: Words regular low pnc« for this top quality, 3-pc. outfit now reduced more. Includes 4'A-ft. cast iron tub with faucet ond drain, china lavatory with faucet, china closet with sturdy wood seot Easy to clean — stays sparkling white. WITH 5' TUB. . 134.88 SALE— Rat Wall Point. Dries in A to 6 hoofs. Gal... 4.22 Qt....l.l8 1.95 WIPE-ON— tough plastic finish — resists scuff 1.77 REG. 3.29 Han Light. White shade, clear design. Brass holder. 2.M The Dixon Evering TeTegrapfi Thursday, May 19, 1955 Page 13 The work of r*y»t people speaks ' for itself— bat some O* 't is hordly [ above o whisper. «ma« Dixon It's Sign Marriage Law NEW DELHI, India (^-President Rajendra Prasad has signed tha marriage law givinj Hindu en the right to demand di vorces for the fiist time in 5.000 years, it was announced today. The • law also restricts Hindus to on« wife. Although few have more than cne, polygamv has been permit ted i some Hindu sects. Red Named Mayor KAMAISHI, Japan A former Communist leader today was elect ed major of this northern Japanese city famed for its big steel plant. bargefs WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR Just Arrived/ New Styles JEWELS OF THE SEA | Swim Suits $10.95 to $19.95 I OPEN SATURDAY— 9 TILL 9 P. M. ^Ti 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 nun STORE OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. 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