Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 2, 1955 · Page 11
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 11

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 2, 1955
Page 11
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Third Michigan Child Victim of Sex Maniac Eight-Year-OW Found Dead in Pine Forest KALAMAZOO, Mich.. «t — An autopsy showed today that little Jeannie Singleton had been raped, beaten and apparently choked to death by a sex deviate. The bruised body of the 8-year-old school girl was found late Wednesday in a lonely pine woods 15 miles no.rth of Kalamazoo. Jeannie, left lame by an attack of rheumatic fever four years ago, was last seen 10 days ago resting on a curb a half block from her home here. She was returning from school. Relatives said Jeannie had a sunny disposition and "a smile for everybody." Third to Die She was the third little girl to die at the hands of a brutal killer in Michigan in the past four months. A conference of law enforcement officers was called here today to intensify the search for Jeannie's killer. Five farm children, playing in an isolated area near the village of Doster, stumbled onto Jeannie's body. The body bore bruises about the hips and arms. The dress pulled above the waist. Jeannie still had on shoes and stockings, band still held her pony hairdo Physicians who performed an autopsy said Jeannie probably wa killed the same day she was at ducted— May 23. Mother Collapse* Mrs. Steve Singleton, the girl' mother, collapsed at the news c her death and was placed tinder a doctor's care. The Singleton family Coll Gene Cahill 816 Forest Are. Phone 3-9961 of eight lives in a modest home. Both parents work. The father grimly said, "I think that Michigan must have a death Recent attempts in the state Legislature to restore capital punishment have failed. The killers of two other small girls in Michigan were sexually maladjusted. Nine-year-old Kathleen Mc Laughlin was stabbed and beaten to death Feb. 17 in a Detroit sub- A 16-year-old youth confessed the crime and is awaiting sentence tor murder. On March 31 the bodv of 7-vear- old Barbara Gaca, a Detroit school was found on a dump near Pontiac. She had been beaten ana raped. Police are still searching for her killer. Priest Dies In Restaurant LINCOLN, 111. (f)— Msgr. Wil-liam Hoff, 64, pastor of the Belle ville, 111., Roman Catholic Church died of an apparent heart attack Wednesday in a restaurant. He was accompanied by twi nephews and was en route from Mundelein to Belleville. The nephews were The Rev. Wil liam Rensing, recently ordained as a priest, and his brother, Fred. MUTINEERS' ISLAND Pitcairn Island is a British island in Polynesia, about two square miles in area, peopled by descendants of the mutineers of H.M.S. Bounty. F. X. Newcomer ft Co. INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS Phone 4-1821 Dixon, 111. STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P. M. Closed Thursday Afternoon — Saturday at 5:00 p. r ^^110 Hennepin Ph. 2-1911^^ — June Sale Imported China 14 Patterns GENUINE CHINA for 8. Choose from these ond other lovely patterns. All first quality — lightweight ond translucent like only genuine China can be. i T.50 after sale ... NOW OQ'J, 100-PC. SETS for 12.. Sale 55.8« 4 extra «up* in 66-pe. sets, 8 in 100-pc. ieU. E' W'SPA'P'E'R H 0 G H i V L GUARANTEED OPEN STOCK available in all pieces and in all patterns fcr years to come. USE WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PUN Objects to aying Extra nion Dues CHICAGO (.?)— A member of the CIO United Auto Workers union has accused General Motors Corp. unfair labor practice in de ducting an extra S5 from his monthly pay as union aues. The charge was placed with the National Labor Relations Board by Frank J. Pretzel, 45, of Mokena, southwestern Chicago suburb near Joliet. Pretzel is emploved In G Electro-Motive Division in The CIO-UAW Cleveland vention voted March 29 to members' dues S5 a month until the union strike fund reached million dollars. The figure rose S7.50 May 1. Pretzel said a company supex-- isor threatened to fire him unless paid the extra So. He con tended this sum is an assessment rather than dues. Under the Taft-Hartley Act, he argued, the com pany cannot uneaten to cuscnarge except in failure to pay regular dues and initiation fees. The UAW contract with Electro- Motive calls fcr a check-off dues collection system. Martin H. Schneid, chief field examiner of the Chicago NLRB, iaid-such assessments do not come under discharge provisions of the Taft-Hartley law. The NLRB as-. signed an investigator to the case. HOOVER SALES and SERVICE 1 UAI I 1C Dial First St. fflMka. «J . 21511 WALKOUT IDLES FORD ASSEMBLY PLANT— Unmanned air tools, center, hang inside deserted Ford Motor Co. assembly plant at Chicago after workers left jobs. The plant is used for assembly of cars and trucks. Union and company are seeking new contract. (AP Photo) Harvard 'Milk Day' Saturday HARVARD, 111. ra — Saturday the 14th annual Milk Day cele bration in Harvard, the center of a dairying district which supplies 250.000" quarts of milk a day to the Chicago market. Gov. Stratton will lead an hour-long parade, wil] speak at the Har vard Speedway Grounds and then ill crown the 1955 "MUK ween. The queen is to be chosen from lc Wallpaper Sale $1.00 per Gal. OFF On All Interior PAINT McCann Wallpaper & Paint Store 119 Galena Ave. among six finalists in a lineup of 18 high school girls who are queen candidates. Milk Day is sponsored by the Harvard Chamber of Commerce in recognition of 1.500 dairy farmers PAINT and PRESERVE Ace House Paint Barn Paint Special Price in 5 Gal. Cans MASSEYS Ace Hardware 88 Galena Ph.2-0511 Open Saturday Till 9 p. m. ■ — f'fca—e ■ — a— a— — — » STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P. M. CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOON— SATURDAY AT 5:00 P. M. ^ 110 HENNEPIN AVE. PH. I WARDS NEW SUPER-DELUXE The Tubeless Tire that's got Everything ■ low li,t °" °"' GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTORY SERVICE -WITHOUT LIMIT AS TO TIME OR MILEAGE ■UT NOW — USE WARDS MONTHLY PATMENT PLAN By a "cover" stamp collectors mean the entire ennvelope with postage stamp adhering. Yale Alumni Break Law With Lottery HARTFORD, Conn. W-A Yale alumni club has been ordered ar- ested on a charge that it operated i lottery on a fund-raising outing. K retired state Supreme Court justice won & new car in a drawing. State's Atty. Albert S. Bill, a Yale man himself, charged Wed nesday night that the Yale Club of Hartford drawing was illegal because of a state lottery law strongly upheld in 1938 by the Su- The Dixon Evening TelegrapH. Thursday, June 2, 1955* Page 11" preme Court justice who won the- The outing was held in Sims-bury May 18 to raise money for a,Yale scholarship fund. Retired Justice William M. Maltbie bought' a ticKet to me outing but am not attend. He said he did not know there would be a drawing. He plans to sell the car and give the money to the Yale Scholarship Fund, he said. Violation of the lottery law is a misdemeanor, punishable by a-maximu mfine of $100 or a year in jail or both. C-O-R-R-E-C-T-l-O-N Roller and Tray Set 98c Instead of $1.98 as listed in last night's ad. McCANN WALLPAPER & PAINT (Formerly Price's) 119 GALENA AVE. 110 HENNEPIN AVE. PHONE 2-1 ?1 1 ern colors. Mix colors if you like. WROUGHT-IRON STYLE Choose modern pink or gray, with a t black slosh pattern. Table-top ha; brushed brass apron. Brass leg caps contrast with black steel legs. EXTRA CHAIRS, either set, each.. 12.18 Store Open Friday Until 9:00 p. m. Closed Thursday Afternoon - Saturday at 5 p.m. 7 PCS -SAVE $40 Famous Douglas Make BOTH SETS HAVE ... • STYLE. The latest style— tike you see in the best home magazines. • TOUGHTOP. Real tough. Resists scratches, burns, lemon juice. • BIG SIZE. 36x48", extends to 60"; plenty of room for 6 people. # SOFTNESS. Foam Rubber «ofc ness. Deep cushioned seats; # WASHABLE UPHOLSTERY; Takes hard use, 'still looks new; # PERMANENT COLOR. Sealed in by an extra coat of clear plastic; CHROME, BURL STYLE Pretty enough for company. Tough enough for everyday. Tapered rectangular top has stainless steel apron. Choice of mod YOUR CHOICE 89»« Special Purchase— usually 129. 9 Si. Hurry in today — quantify limited. BUY NOW— PAY 10% DOWN, BALANCE ON, MONTHLY TERMS NewspaperBRCHIVE

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