Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 27, 1955 · Page 12
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 12

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The Wxon Xveninf T*jf»P«»-CtooB, minoig Page 12 Friday, May 27, 1955 2 fflinoisani Are IMore Doctors Among Air Victims WALKER AIR TOKCX BASS, N. M. UB— Walker Air Fore. kM relMM4 tlMKnia ekeoed the BM which cnehed In Weet THui with tfeeir hometown* end the next ot hta. The faet include* *• following nMnoiwnt: Capt Arthur R. Fred, gator. Waltotivill*. Jetterm County. Widow— Mr*. Sarah Aim Fred. Capt Smeet R. Morton, M. radio operator, box h», nmwwp ™»-bor, Laka County. Widow— Mr*. Ma« L Morton. COCONUT COPRA Copra is tha meat «t lha coconut, which i« deUeiwd th* shell and dried eithar by expeeure to sun and air, or by an artificial drying process. «">£ti, XL/ EWSPA PER R R C H I V E CHICAGO <*•-The nation' i phy- sician population grew 4.250 in ltM, a record increase. This was reported today By tne American Medical Assn. council on medical education and hospitals. The report said an additional ",- fl7 physicians were licensed to practice by authorized boards, but Uiat WIS was ousel m pan oy a.«C7 physician deaths. In 1953 the physicial population was increased by 3,«». FIRST SCHOOL The Hirst school in America founded by the Dutch West India Company in 1633 on Manhattan Island at Nieuw Amsterdam, New York City. fiOVERXOR RESTS— Ed C. John son, Colorado's 71-year-old gover nor, rests in aDanaonea nignw*y tunnel, nestling 11,000 feet under continental divide, not far from Dillon. Colo. The governor is push ing a project to bore a highway tunnel through the Rockies. This bore was abandoned 10 years ago. Ed Hohnen, nignway engineer, at left. (AP wirephoto) WHITE HOUSE *A Mi. W. of Dixon on Alt. 30 Finest of Chicktn - Steaks ■ Sea Food Serving Hours: 4 till 12, Men. thru Sat. Dinner Music by Lee on the Organ Speciaiiiing in Orders to Go Phone 2-8871 IRICE YOUNG, Prop. LAWTONS DAIRY BAR SPECIAL *wr Fri., May 27 thru Thurs., June 2 HAMBURGERS (carry out only) Buy 4 Hamburgers get 1 free. Reg. Price '1.25 ALL S < FOR ONLY • am U 11 pm M. mn4 Set.. * am to 12 pm Murder Trial Of Office* Nearing Jury HUNTS VILLE . Ala. CP— Trial of Capt. Marcus Bluth, charged with manslaughter in me aeaui 01 ui«s beautiful wife cf a fellow officer, is nearing the jury. Final arguments were to begin today. The defense rested its case late' Thursday without putting Bluth on the stand. The slight Army officer, a native of Joliet, 111., is cnargea wun causing the death of the Polish-born wife of Capt. Patrick Meighen of Waynesburg, Pa. Bluth had been rmmed post judge adjutant at Redstone Arsenal only a few-days before the 32-year-old Mrs. Meig-hen died. The defense Thursday attacked the state's charge that Bluth, 41, For Fine Air Conditioned Comfort If It's Snacks - Lunches - Small Meals or Large Meals We Serve It Daily . Serving hrs.: Doily noon till midnight standard time Sunday 11 till 3 We Invite You to Make the INN Your Centennial Headquarters FORREST INN Morrison. III., en Highway 30 Between Rock Falls and Morrison, III. Enjoy Sunday Dinner Here Featuring Rolls and Fried Spring Chicken Steaks and Sea Foods AUMAN'S RESTAURANT US Route 30 at Rock Falls, III. at the big SHELL SIGN was responsible for the woman's death. Defense Attorney Ralph i-ora questioned Dr. John H. Lary. a Huntsville physician, in sn effort throw douDt on a siaie lexi cologists' findirga. The state had based its charges that Bluth drugged, raped and caused the death of Mrs. Meighen upon the toxicologists'a medical report. The decomposed body of Mrs. Meighen was found in the living oom of ner apartment dv 3 pusi.- man Dec. «. Bluth. who was arrested a few days later, was accused of causing her death during a Thanksgiving weekend drinking spree. The Meighens had discussed divorce plans individually with Bluth before Mrs. Meignen aiea. CULTIVATED SHEEP There are four principal types of cultivated sheep: Merino, or fine wool: Southdown, or medium wool; Cheviot, or long wool; and Karakul, or carpet wool. SWIM Elgin Watch Co* Strike Set June 1 ELGIN, 111. ift— A spokesman for a watch workers union says a strike has been set for June 1 against the Elgin National Watch Co., and its plants in Elgin and at Lincoln, Neb. Walter W. Cenerazzo, head of the National Watch Workers Un said wage talks were broken off late Thursday after about three weeks of negotiations. He said no agreement was reached on the union s demand covering a wage increase and pension plan adjust- Federal mediators, however, stepped into Thursday's dispute and arranged a meeting with un ion and management representa tives for Tuesday morning. The union reprsents about 1,400 CATFISH LOBSTER SHRIMP HADDOCK Iroakfasf - Dinners - Short Ordars Served at All Times Open Seven Days a Week COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNERS Served from 1 1 a.m. till t p.m. Delbert and Marlene Buck, Props. COOL 1 pm to 9 pm Weekly 10 am to 9 pm Sat., Sun., Holidays Under 12, 15c - Over 12, 40c (Showers) Private v^^^^i^A ^J^i\^ Par«es /ST7 \KSJ // the ^ \\ 3? family x\ BRING YOUR LUNCH or EAT OURS LAKE BUTLER Nelson, III. Phone 3294 The BRICK HOUSE Morrison, III. We Enjoy Serving and Pleasing You Serving Hours Mon. thru Fri., 11:30 to 1:15 Sunday, 12:00 to 2:00 Closed Saturday PARTIES - CLUBS • DINNERS Bandits Make Off With $9,000 Cash CHICAGO Six masked band its Thursday night slugged a me-_u._.„ u-ia -;v- tr..,-k rh-iveis at j gunpoint and grabbed $9,000 from an assistant casruer as ne putting it in the safe at the Polk Brothers Central Appliance and Furniture Co. warehouse on the West Side. Th. .sraripd bv aUtO. Six stitches were required to close ;alp wound oi weniy ^zaj«.a, at the Lincoln plant and about 1,600 workers in Elgin. A spokesman for the company said the union seeks a ST5 a month minimum pension after 25 years of service and the company has offered S75 after 30 years. He added the the union also is demand ing a 12 cent hourly boost in wages. The company has offered three cents, tne spoKesman »<xiu. ENJOY YOURSELF THIS WEEK-END IN THE LAND OF BLACKHAWK IT'S The LAZY SUSAN FOR TOPMOST DINING Pleasant Atmosphere . . . Heme Cooking That Will Please You Holh mi Pies Baked Dai/y In Our Orens LUNCHION and DINNER MUSIC for Your Enjoyment Open Doily 1 a.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Mondays WHITE PINES ENTRANCE THE LANDMARK ON ROUTE 2 GRAND DETOUR Serving the Itst In CHOICE STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS SEA FOODS Why Don't You Lot Us Convince You Call Grand Detour 2471 or 2404 Open 4:00 p. m. to 13:00 Run Exclusively by GEORGE N. CRAWFORD MOTEL CAFE (Air Conditioned) Junction U. S. 30 and 51 WHITE PINES ROLLER PALACE Every day, 2:30 to 4:30 pm Sunday, 8 to 10 :30 pm Tuesday, Family Nig ht, 8 to 10 :30 pm Wednesday, 8 to 10:30 pm Thursday. Married Couples, 8 to 11 pm Friday, Family Night, 8 to 10 :30 pm Saturday, 8 to 10:30 pm Monday, Private Parties by Special Arrangement Private Parties from Ten-Thirty to Midnight, any night except Monday by special arrangement CLYDE V. WISHARD OWNER - OPERATOR TRIANGLE DRIVE-IN Corner Lowell Park Rd. and Junct. 52 and 26, Dixon WE FEATURE CARRY-OUTS on all orders including our KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN No parking problems — Fast, courteous service Try Our Freezer Fresh Chocolate and Vanilla Cones, Sundaes, Malts and Shakes of All Kinds Banquets -Private Parties-Weddings Reservations Are Always Welcome at MAXSON MANOR A Wonderful Place to Eat RIVER ROAD, NORTH OF OREGON Considine, Other Legislators to Get Defense Briefing CHICAGO <f> — A group Of Illi. nois legislators was slated to fly to the 30th Air Division control Center at Willow Run Air Force Station, Michigan, today for a briefing on air defense and civil defense. The Illinois lawmakers included: Sens. Libonati (D-Chicago\ Ros-tenkowski (D-Chicago), Peters (R-St. Joseph), Meyer (R-Danville) and Reps. Ziegler (D-Carmi), Schoate (D-Annai, Beckmeyer (D-Nashville), Considine (D*Dixon), Powell (D-Vienna and Schaefer (D-Nokomis). * The legislators were guests of Gen. Robert M. Woodward, Illinois Civil defense directoi. Their Ot7 plane was to be piloted by Brig. Gen. Wilson V. Newhall, commander of the Illinois National ~~ * — ■■ — — ' — — * — ^^y^ News DQPLM/C

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