Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 1, 1955 · Page 9
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 9

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SOME CATS HAVE FLEAS— But not Fluffens. She's got mice The four-year-old mixture 01 Persian and Angora cat is perfectly conterfl to be a playground for a white mother mouse, lower left, and her seven youngsters Fluffens and the pet mice belong to 13-year-old Marlene Nyquist of Minneapolis, Minn. New Postal Pay Bill Sure to Pass WASHINGTON >T) — A new-postal pav bill headed tovaid almost ceitam senate passage to- It is designed to meet Piesident EisenhQuei s objections to an eail-ier bill uhich he vetoed and which died when a Democratic move to ovemde the \eto was defeated in the Senate The new bill sponsoied by Chairman Olin D Johnston (D-SC) of the Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee calls for pav boosts averaging about 8 per cent for the 500,000 postal eyiplojes It cames a laise of at least 6 per cent for all of the woikeis plus reclassification featuies vhich mean considerably highei inci eases for those in upper brackets Sen Cailson (R-Kan), senior Republican on the committee said he thinks the measuie meets Ei senhower's objections to the previous bill which can led increases avei aging 8 6 per cent with a 7 per cent floor and with fringe bene fits boosting the over-all increase to 8 8 per cent. Eisenhower said the inciease was too great, and that piopos* reclassification provisions did not remo\e inequities in pay scales The vetoed biU would have cost about 179 million dollars a vear, as compared with 164 mnhon in the new measure Present pay scales were fixed m 1951 Bureau Meets LEE CENTER —(Special)— Lee Center Home Bureau met Friday In the home of Mrs Dan Ciuse with Alice Pailin as assisting hostess. Lessons were presented by. Mrs. Cruse and Mrs Vernon Schnell Open Sat. Until 9 p.m. 1 luy Or Buy One 3 This Sal* Only gal. SEES SOX'S PICTURE— Mis Rol-land G Cameron of Lincoln, Neb , studies AP wirephoto of her son. Lt L>le W. Cameron, and three other U. S. airmen just after their release by Chinese Communists. (AP wirephoto) Holiday Weekend Accident Deaths Continue to Rise By The Associated Press Belated leports of accidental deaths duimg the Memorial Day weekend lan the already lecord toll still higher today Final tabulation today for the period between 6pm Friday and midnight Monday showed the tctals weie 3S9 m traffic accidents, 131 drownings and 92 in miscellaneous accidents. The traffic toll exceeded the previous recoid of 363 set in 1951 The o\ erall total of 596 also was new recoid Last year the respec tive figures were 362, 93 and 84 121 FIRST ST. — DIXON Valspar "Valastic" sro5 5! PAINTonlt Vgal L.T.Z. 400 Outside WHITE SQ95 Grade ■ ! superior w Reg. $4.85. Superior UN Secretary Renews Efforts To Free Airmen UNITED NATIONS, N T. L5>— Secretary General Dag Hammar- skjold renewed his efforts through diplomatic channels today seeking the release of 11 Amenc tors still held m Red Chinese pns- Quickly following up the release Tuesday of four U. S. airmen, Hammarskjold sent a new sage to Communist Chinese Pre- niieh Chou En-lai on behalf of the 11 still imprisoned. He also conferred with various delegates here and explored possi ble diplomatic means to gain their lelease. The amosphere of the U N optimistic. Diplomats expressed belief that Chou would release the other fliers soon A diplomatic source here said that Chou had planned to announce at the start of the Asian-African conference, in Indonesia m April, that Red China was releasmg the four prisoners as a gesture of He reportedly changed nis plans when a chartered Indian carrying minor Red Chinese officials was blown up en route to the conference, killing the Red Cln- Peiping, charged the United States and Nationalist China with sabotaging the plane. Both Washing ton and Formosa denied the charges To the best of scientific knowledge, all North American and European fiesh-water eels spawn in an Atlantic area near Bermuda ONE CENT ON THE DOLLAR VALUATION ON YOUB FURS Will Store Them Until Next Fall FORM AN Restyling and Repairing THURSDAY MORNING SPECIALS WOMEN'S KNEE-HI NYLONS Reg-suovai- 59c> Open Sat. Until 9 p.m. WALLPAPER SALE V at the Regular Price and Get Another One for One Gent DAYS Thursday ^/\/\ Patterns ONLY Saturday OUV To Choose From $1.00 per Gallon Off ALL INTERIOR PAINTS Fence and Crib WHITE SO|9 Roller and Tray Si 98 SETS 1 = Goat House paint SR ONLY..... U MCCANN WALLPAPER & PAINT Traffic Court Police Magistrate Lawrence Boos and Justice of the Peace Edwin Merrick assessed fmes and ordered bonds forfeited against 17 traffic law violators Tuesday night. The fines and bonds totaled $246. Edward Uebel, 727 Institute Blvd , Dixon, was fined $15 for speeding. Uebel was arrested Monday by Officers John Woodyatt and William Boenme. Alverda McDuffey, Rt. 2, Rock Falls, was fined $8 for speeding. McDuffey was arrested Friday by v wnson ana mucer Charles Tuttle. William J. Kelly, 41? Crawfoid ve., Dixon, was fined $15 for reckless driving. Kelly was arrested May 25 by Officer Ed Trotter. Eugene Ta!'err, 52! E Oamh«"-- lin St., Dixon, was fined $15 for reckless dnvmg and $10 for carry- concealed weapon in his car. Tallent was arrested Friday by Officer Trotter. Lucille Stoddard, Rockford, was fined $« for speeding. She was ar rested Friday by Sgt. Wilson and Officer Tuttle. Richard Wulf, 310 Graham St., Dixon, was fined S10 for speeding Wulf was arrested Friday by Sgt. Wilson and Officer Tuttle. Stanley Bivms, 310 Willet Ave Dixon, was fined $15 for leckless ing. Brans was ai rested Fri day by Officer Tuttle. James G Buike, 314 Chicago ve . Dixon, was fined $10 for speeding. Burke was an ested Tues day by Officer Trottei. Edmond E Bnssette, 1918 W Third St , Dixon, was fined $15 for speeding. Bnssette was arrested Saturday by Officer Trotter. Clarence Bow en, 1715 W First St , Dixon, forfeited a $10 bond for not having 1955 auto license plates Bowen was arrested Fnday by Officer Glen Camery. E M. McNett, 112 E. Seventh St , Dixon, was fmed $25 for driv ing on the wrong; side of the road. McNett was arrested May 25 by Officers Ernest Smallwood and Trotter after he was involved in collision. 1 Richard Santos, Rt. 3, Dixon, forfeited a $26 40 bond for speeding Santos was arrested Mondav by Capt. J. E. Van Meter and Officer Woodyatt. Robert H. Boss, Wheaton. Ill , forfeited a $15 40 bond for speed- toss was arrested Fnday by Sgt. Wilson and Officer Tuttle. 4-WHEEL DRIVE Eow available with power brakes. Super-Cushion Black Sidewalis TIRE I REGULAR NO I SALE PRICE** SIZE • TRADE-IN PRICE* with trade-in 6.00x16 " $16.75 $12.95 6.S0» 16" 2^25 17.95 6.40 1 IS 17.85 14.15 6.70 x 15 1^70 14.95 7.IOx 15 20.70 " 16.60 7.60x15 I 22.65 1 18.25 Super-Cushion White SidewolU TIRE I REGULAR NO J SALE PRICE** SIZE TRADE-IN PRICE* with trade-In 6.00x16 $20.50 $16.45 6.50 x 16 27^25 22.15 6.70 x 15 22M 18.45 7.IOx 15 25J5 20.55 7.60x15 27.75 - | 22.60 *Plus tax **Pk* tax end rocappable tire Sena G. Kuhn, 252 Graham St , Dixon, forfeited a $16 40 bond for speeding K'lhn was arrested Friday by Sgt. Vinson and Ofiicer Tuttle. William Lambert, no address, forfeited an $11 40 bond for speeding. Lambert was anested Friday by Sgt, Wilson and Officer Tuttle. Allen Thingvold, Rock Falls, for Double use... double EAST RIVER ROAD feited a $17.40 bond for speeding. ■ Thingv<#d was arrested Friday by Sgt. Wilson and Officer Tuttle. Juan Celestine, Sterling, was sent to jail by Mernck when he was unable to pay a $5 fine for not having a valid, operator s license. Celestine was arrested Tuesday by Chief of Police Earl Kelch-ner and Officer Robert McCoy. The Dixon Evening Telegraph Wednesday. June l, ikk> Page 9 Vacation Item KANSAS CITY t* — A down. town clothing store here is selling a new item lor vacation iravei-Ge.ger counters. 'Jeep' Station Wagon A practical business vehicle! Ideal for transporting men, equipment and supplies on street or highway in comentional 2-v»heel dri\e, the 'Jeep' Station agon shifts ea=il> into 4-v. heel drre to g through mud, snow, sand and soft earth, on or off the road, and gets right to the job. A comfortable family vehicle! The 'Jeep' Station Wagon rides six people in roomy comfort; or, with seats remo\ed, carries up to 110 cubic feet of cargo. It's ideal for taking youngsters to school, shopping, familv outings or odd jobs— in 2-wheeJ dme on the highway, or in 4-wheel drive when the going is tough. STATION WAGON WILLYS. ..world's largest makers of 4-wheel drite vehicles Get a demonstration today... FRANK PERRY DIXON " PHONE 2.f501 GOOD/YEAR Super-Cushion... FIRST TIME AT THIS LOW PRICE Here's your chance to save with safety! Check our new low SALE PRICES 00 all sizes of Goodyear's famous Super-Cushion. It features exclusive 3-T Triple-Tempered Cord Body for added strength -the tame Stop-Notch tread design that came on America's finest 1954 cars. You can't lose when you choose safer Super-Cushions at these radically reduced prices. ACT NOW . . . OFFER LIMITED K95 toe ■ i» PW. fax 0-4 Your old tires are the down payment - only *125 a week for TWO fires! TUBELESS NEWS! Goodyear Tubeless Tires Cost No More Thnfi MnnAnrA Tires With Tubes WO^ Fit the wheels of your present car! Wet bey to wttsri ml u ymt •W Uresi Truckers! 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