Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 20, 1955 · Page 18
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 18

Dixon, Illinois
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Friday, May 20, 1955
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The Dixon Evening-Telegraph Page 18 Fridav. Mav 20. 1955 Where's the Keys? " OMAHA W— It was » snappy exhibition ot how to handcuff and chain a dangerous prisoner that V.S. Marshal William Kaab gave the Klwanis Club Thursday. EmbarrasMiic too. When Raab looked for Ihe keys to free volunteer Lyle Kenide h* didn't have them. He had left them at his office. And that was where the pair went to get Remde free. Step tf*?ir costly damage beff re it spread* Once termites start their hidden attack in your home their damage can mount rapidly. If you wait too long to stop them, costly repairs becomo necessary. Don't delay — at the first indication of termit* trouble call Terminix, world's largest termite control organization, for free inspection. 3. WAY GUARANTEE You can depend on Terminix Service — guaranteed by: It LocalBruceTenninixlicenge*. J. E. L. Brace Co., world's largut ROSS CRAWFORD PHONE 2-3264 221 East Second Street Dixon, Illinois HALL'S "Plattei Chattel" Listing Todays Hits His and Heri Truly —Gary Crosby-Paris Sis. —2952" Dec. The Little Black Sheep Go On By — Cowboy Church Sunday School— 29530 Dec. Have You Seen a Lonely World —Ernest Tubb— 29520 Dec. e You Ever Been Lonely Life Was Made for Living •Tave r. Morgan— 29501 Dec. Not Yet Was That the Right Thing —Susan Hunter— 29512 Dec. Gorgeous Eong John Boogie — Gradv Martin— 29168 Dec Bnrgain Day Half Off Nine Tried Carlisle*— 70G01 Merc. Unchatncri Melody o H-ai Hev, Mr. v Cuts- 5 Men Zoom, Zoom, Zoom — Sunnysiders— 113 Kapp It You Only Knew Sobbin' Blues — Rnss Caryl e— 113 X S'ujtluTii Cross Gotta Be This or That —Ames Brothers— 20-6117 Unchained Melody Hey, Mr. Guitar (Banjo) — Chef, Atkins— 20-6108 of the JLord : the Hand of a e Choir— 2H-6119 Bubblc Boou-ir —Tor Keisman— 20-6121 Be;«lc Street Blues Sweet Georgia Broun —Bob Scnbry— 91 GTJ Somebody sio|P My Cal After You've (ionr —Frank Snjrrll Trio —115 Audivox Armv of thr I.nrrl T Asked Ihe Lord — George Be.v. Slipa— 20-6113 Cherry J'jnk p.ntl Apple uril — I'c Crockett z Prado — 17-59fic Bill Hayes-CCS >o. 1 lar »it To Be Lonely a Bre«er— 6J331 Coral HALL'S 221 FIRST STREET DIAL 2-1511 Oar Boarding House Wl WOVM'S TUE CL.T3 Or- MOOPL& MAnJOR? —-'Still Z DO YOU kNlOvO WHAT 6t>SlNl££5 TMS LAvJ Of= ^CANITY KELFS MOST ? SOO TX7N T <f THB ;6USr?£NJ0Ee igaSiisiESS— your engine s octane require You expect more from O'MALLEY Standard Service STATION Atlas Tires and Batteries 118 N. Galena Avenue Dixon, Illinois Dial 2-8761 With Major Hoople ';{ f AfV' My W£7CP. F:><B.' IP VD'j] PV<CB 1<5D ~iC!~ 7C< = . y oe a leAoic- , y ACTlV'c- PAL'-" f ATOMIC .- , Try Our 2 FOR 1 Every Afternoon 5 to 5:30 p. m. Temporary Hours MONDAY thru FRIDAY 4:00 p. m. to 12 Midnight SATURDAY 1 p.m. to 12 Midnight COME and WATCH The FIGHTS Every WEDNESDAY 'and FRIDAY NIGHTS to prolong your car's life. He will show you Atlas tires, batteries and accessories, designed to give you many miles of better driving. And, you will see that he keeps his rest rooms spotlessly clean. You can rely on Standard for the finest products: vou can relv upon your Standard Denier to apply them properly. To enjoy your trip all the Drink Coffee? Then Savor This Feud Among Growers May Result in Drop By SAM DAWSON .NEW YORK '.P— Octree drinkers may be in !""!' another brean. The i-of.'ee pi educing nations to ;he south have been waging a cold war among themselves on the hot subject. Over supply, stiff competition and unstable prices for the ber-ns rh>«>ren today to bs-eak ir>"> Tne price of coftee for future Ce-livei-y dropped early this week or. the New York market, as traders received word that attempts of Uie prodiirir.s: nations to set ud a prica controlling agency were running 16 Uepresented Another attempt will be made here next week. Spokesmen for the coffee traders say that 16 producing countries will be represented. Aim: to launch an international coffee agency with power to stabilize prices. But Brazil, with a large suppl; of unsold beans on hand, has jus oropped its minimum coffee export The nip L?.tin American nations is ov what to do about some 10 million bags of coffee which will be left over from the old crop when the new crop year starts July 1. The Brazilian government hns bought 3.100.000 bags (409.000.000 pounds) to hold off the market. The aid to how much more it should bu; how much other producing. tries should hold off the market until prices stabilize. However the trouble actually Neme Your BUILDING NEEDS WE HAVE THE ANSWERS Complete Line of All-Steel Buildings. Farmers Financed Up to 5 Yrs. Lown Down Payment. Stran-Steel Products ALBERT PETERSON Salesman R.R. 1, Dixon, 111. Fh. 4-S091 Put your car in his hands with CONFLUENCE SUP£R fcrmaluV With the long Memorial Day week end coming up— your Standard Dealer is a good man to know — for he knows your car's needs. He will tell you about Standard's new gasolines — White Crown and Red Crown, now raised to new high octane levels to give smooth, anti-knock performance in your car's engine. He will show you how motor oil. will free friction drag to drive away with save up to 2 gallons of gasoline in a tankful . . . how it reduces combustion chamber deposits to hold down (^WIWWD ) and get it! IVAN D. HOLDERMAN AGENT Standard Oil Co. Bulk Plant East River Road, Dixon, III. Dial 3-9661 I goes bark to July of 1P33 when I Brazil had a damaging frost. Pros-! peels of a short coffee crop sent ! price* spiralling upward. Cut Consumption i A merit an. = -biggest buyers of the Latin American product -be-igan to cut back on consumption Declining demand price cutting mong competing producers top- Ipled prices here. For several months now the pro-ucing nations have been trying to et together on a scheme to sta-ilize prices by tailoring supplies i demand and also on Diomotiun rogrsms to increase the drinking One thing's sure— millions of coffee drinkers in the United Slates ivill be watching with interest. Asks Permit For Bullfight In Indiana INDIANAPOLIS '.?> — Promoter William H. Lipkey of Kokomo, Ind.. asked Gov. George Craig Thursday for permission to stage what he called bullfighting. As he describes the show, nobody gets hurt— especially the bull. "Instead of using barbed instruments we will substitute suction cup devices and picador's lance will be padded rather than sharpened," Lipkey explained. The matador gets a sword, but it's only for protection. He won't kill the bull. Lipkey operates auto race tracks at Kokomo and Lafayette, Ind. The governor sent the request to Arch Hindman, head of the Indiana Athletic Commission. 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Sperry Plant Strike Near Settlement NEW YORK Wi-A "substantial agreement'' was reached early today between the Sperry Gyroscope Co. and strikers who closed its three Long Island defense contract plar.ts. a federal mediator announced. Technical problems will be worked out at a secret meeting today. The agreement between the company and Local 450. CIO International Union of Electrical Workers, was announced by Commissioner Sidney S. Sheiner of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. No announcement of the terms production could not start before Monday. The strike began April 19 in a contract dispute at Sperry's mile-long plant at Lake Success and two smaller plants. Most of the plant's output, including electronic devices, was for the armed forces. The strike involved 9.000 IUE members. The company has a total of 16,000 employes. The union's latest demand was IT'2 cents an hour in improvements over a two-year period. The company offered 12 cents. Several pute. 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