Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 24
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 24

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Reg. $5.?S— Riti Bathroom Scale Princeton Farms Yellow Hybrid POPCORN I v^^!> I ■ 15c Value All Metal ■ KIDDIES SAND PAIL ■ & SHOVEL I Now 13- M A ■ Reg. 25c — Imported Floral China Ash Tray Savs State Police Were Used as Poll Watchers SPRINGFIELD 111 <*—\ Dcm- ocratic legislator says Gov Strat- administration used tne stale j "lo intimidate \oteis' in Madison County last fall Rep Llovd C Hams of Granite tt v aitet snarply cnticiEing: an incident m the 1954 general elei- voted Tuesday against a bill would finance addition of 100 troopers to the present 500-man state police foice The bill which aporopnated a total of $36 539 246 for Public Safety Department expenses Ln. 1955-57, endorsed by the House Appro priations Committee on a \oie of Hatched Polls Hams said the paLiolmen ueie sent into se\ eral Madison Count\ precincts as poll catchers After of them were refused admit-; to the polls, he said tnev to the Republican Couniv Committee to obtain necessary credentials Reps Carl H Preihs of Pana and Clvde Lee of Mount Vernon, otn Democrats, joined in opDosi-.on to the bill Preins said state policemen weie oc hned to act as ' snoopeis bmgo detectues" or menibers oi . ' gestapo " Bibb Denies Part Dnecior Joseph Bido uhose Safetv Department includes supei- •n of pnsons and state police, said he had no part in the incident and that if the state policemen acted as represented cnarges should be preferred against tnem for vio lation of the merit s^vstem law banning political activin Harris said patrolmen invohed related thev assumed the poll watchers role at the direction of superiors The first ice crpam plant established m Washington D C , and still opeiates llllllllllllllll.MllillllllllllllllKlilllllli NEXT SATURDAY Hear Everett M/fcheff on f he National Farm and Home Hour NBC Network 12 Noon ULUS-OMLMIRS DIXON ONE-STOP SERVICE 106 Peoria Are. Dial 4-153J -i c: I i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 If 1 1 1| I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 • t S2.000 Offered Winning Artists At Illinois Fair SPRINGFIELD — (Special! — Professional ai lists fiom se\en Midwestern states will be vving for 2 000 in puzes in the professional irt exhibit at the 1955 Illinois Ai lists ftom Illinois, Indiana Ohio Michigan, Iowa. Missouri and onsin are eligible to com- oils will be accepted e show was conducted last as the Old Northwest Tern-Art Exnibit The name was changed to the Illinois State Fair Professional Art Exhibit ' to accent the ro'e of th« Illinois State Fair ' in making the exhibit possible, according to Herben Georg of Spring*ield exhibit supermtend- Pi .2 w.H i elude 5500 for the medium and $100 toi the : ular woik as seltcted by visitois 10 me ait galleiv located in the Exposition building The exnibit will be ODen 'o the pub1 c through-oiu uie Staie Fa.r, August 12 21 Fust prize m the oil dmsion wnll be $400 second pnze $250 and Jind pnze SL50 In the water color d>nsion first prize w.ll be S250, second pnze $150 and mud pnze $50 Honoraole* mention awards will be made m bom divisions Still life, poitiaiture and landscape ait aie acceptaole Work offeied must ha\e been produced aurmg me last three years and ne\er befoie shown at me Illinois ; Fan uonous to Rudolpn Pen of Chicago foi nis water color titled Composition fa a goers voted Tne Lonely Road bv Jane Eib- er, or Cle\ eland, Ohio, as me most popular entry. Furtner dela.ls on me exhibit maj be obtained b> wnnng the Illinois State Fair, Springfield, 111 Feeling Pressure LEBANON Pa >?)— The city water buieau tested its new pumping station with this result Three of the town s old w ater mains burst with me pressuie, plumbing m many houses crumpled and e\ ei-j one s tap spouted brown, iron stained water N-O-W THRU SATURDAY Open 5 p.m. * Start 5:30 :AMEW^NoJB ALSO mmm it lWiiKft\S» IRELAND C^\l»* DOROTHY WSm -™- MAUME i idcci »i«!ciofnfiiini ikeith LnlluLII ooiOKEsUUrlLUH I The Pixon Evening Telegraph MYROU fMfMGf Thuibda\ May 19, 1955 MIS Tffl BTftl. / | Pd§e -1 h 1 1 1 -1 / B^ei isii'i.'i m^s COOK With SKELGAS PROMPT SERVICE Wayne Wolfe, d.b.a. Barriage Appliance Store Phone 2-8711 LAST TIMES TONITE TWO OF THE GREATEST MUSICAL HITS OF ALL TIMES! Betty Grable "THE FARMER TAKES A WIFE" June Haver Dan Dailey Dennis Day "The Girl Next Door" STARTING FRIDAY what a gki *d- ^ fill WARNER BROS nmntim ^__| |\|E|>^\C^Qp^ WARNCRCOCOW iOUE HARRIS -JAMES DEAN • RAYMOND MASSEY YOUR LAST CHANCE TONITE "Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki" E] FRIDAY and SATURDAY The Midway Drive-In — with the assistance of the U. S. Recruiting Service, in cooperation with the National Guard -- are celebrating Armed Services Day with a large and inter-esting display. This is in addition to our Double Feature Program. PLUS 10-oz. can NOW nit lihi Crmi • Mvrray Wier ARCHIVE* ARCHIVE® F\\ SPAPFRl

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