The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 31, 1948 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 31, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Harrisburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Saturday, January 31, 1948
Page:
Page 1
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 1 article text (OCR)

Register Classifieds Gel Results THE DAILY REGISTER ·mi. nATI.V RRP.IBTBR. HARRISBURG. JAmiAinfM.ttffl NEW SERIES, VOLUME 33, NO. 181 NAUGLE DEAD IN HOHE AT HARCO About Town And Country gy 1THOTIIEUB T. --. -Woman Receives Quick Help from Salvation Army ,,c-it) HELP vs n y » ' 1 noticed in the that the up ite drne for fall funds that started last T,I:P » from Timotheus, the la \t-mv is an organization Sjh3tl °VYh?support of the com- that needs thtjuppor Q[ n i i - m t \ 1 M' u " l i. :t ,!,,«· Two Saline School Districts Included In New Hamilton County Unit District; 2nd Hamilton Consolidation; Plan Others A nine-district consolidation of has recommended a county-wide "^^ .. · w "1 i J 4 l_ A. f i I...A 4-1% A M%*rvVXS\C*ol n fIC Flf"»T munit ,,[ the fine work it does """" it moves along unostenta- hcrc u- but it is doing fine work, fS (of the soul and for the · need, this \\eek a schools in Hamilton and the northern edge of Saline county, voted at a special election held Saturday, January 24, is the eec- ond consolidation of districts in Hamilton county, and three other groups are reported planning referendums on consolidation. The consolidations are in line with the trend toward increasing the size of school districts by uniting smaller units, giving better facilities for education at centralized school locations. The consolidations have been recommended from time to time by educational authorities. Impetus has been given consolidations lately by County Survey Com- whicti were named through unit, but the proposal has not gained popular favor. The districts consolidated m Hamilton county's January 24 election were Broughton, Cherokee, Harrawood, Helm, Walpole, Can Gandhi's Body Committed to Funeral Pyre Multitude Hushed As Fire Consumes Sainted Leader Johnson County Couple, Both 91, Married 71 Years VIENNA, 111., Jan. 31--ttB-- Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Pressley 21 Dead in Double Air Tragedy in Alps, Including 3 Army Wives, 5 Children MARSEILLE, Jan. 31--WE). Ground rescue teams reached the wreck of an American' air trans- rersary IDUWUUW «» .port plane in the lower Alps today JoSn county farm and reported all 12 persons dead, Johnson couny ^^ A Amy the'~ same where they have lived all married life. "Uncle Press" and "Aunt Cin- view the wreck he had sighted af-. ter three days of air searches. Rescue teams who climbed the mountain were able to reach the Flying Fortress yesterday but they were prevented from reaching the wives"and their five children. " ! transport by 100 yards of treacher- Less than 100 yards away was J ous footing. Flying The Flying Fortress broke in trell and Pulliam in Mayberry and il l_i Vf AXi-*_ui**j -- J c The body of sainted Mohandas today was committed to the burning ghat as polling places, one in Broughton, A^noday ~was"committed to j^V smalf party" They have 23 which is incorporated and one wmani rouj ^ burning gbat 35 ,*" ndrhildren \ § 4 gr ea t grand- outside. It.was^ necessary that.it ^ e touched off by Ws a»as-· f hildrcn and five great great carry in both areas and did so, the TMj fl red anew in Bombay. ffrandchi i dren . vote being 110 to 3 in Broughton sinauon iiare ceremonial Angelo LaSalle, Moines la. The transport crashed last Tues- «.ay on a flight from Istres airfield, near Marseille, Tudine, The other two, LaSalle and an unidentified major were still alive when reached by rescuers last night. Officials said that LaSalle ^ * . . _ _ . _ . . · * · _ * * _ . Body Found With Bullet Hole in Head Fire-Fighters Find Body in Burning Bathroom Cyrus "Cy" Naugle, 48-year-old general merchandise store operator at Harco, was found dead in the charred bathroom of his Harco home at 10:45 a. m. today by firefighters who entered his burning r ? mc to Harnsburg irom a jvp-, authority o f the Illinois Legisla- an £-7mho lives out m the country t ke recomme ndations as eh I her brood of four. It was TM consolidations in the interest of o d there was deep snow on the ^ f improving schoo i s . - ind and her house was near- The consolidat ions in Hamilton and 165 to 35 outside. Several Twigg township dis- *as tricts in Hamilton county had l ne satreu previously voted to consolidate, and on Saturday, February 7, will niassi nioM a nro:ir1fnt and six members a 1 *? 1 -. e ancient Hindu ceremonial, Both are gj years oW and have i "/1 "' . the Tr i este area, where would live but the major died be- carried out on the bamo wi 1}ved theif entire Uves in the th "^ wives were scheduled fore he could be taken to a hos- acred river Jumna, one 01 u»c Flatwood commun ity near here. to ioin their husbands. pital. sacred rivers of inaia, m «» jjjey believe they have managed ^r n _ cras h O f the Flying Fortress, The pilot of the Fortress was :.*n /Jttmnnctt-ation Of national , _ » u ~ - . ,-rv Inner onrl en . . . ^-. ii *4^.*tU +^11 ir» ' 4nrvf ativolv i H o n t t f l ^ H 3Q T?T"llCe ito live together so long and so raisin g to 2 1 the death toll in'tentatively identified as Bruce ; ! happily because they have tried th d o UD le tragedy on the peak, W. Pope, Alexandria, La., but the *' _!.,,: i_ --- si., n v nthor-'c nnint. *.._.,...i_j £_ *u~ ~;i«t'e Hnciro nature; nf thf rfimaininff crew mem- Hers «os a n - ' a r n d n e r little house Picked up all the sticks she P (md to' keep a ire going. \nd she'd even run out of SUCKS. The Plea was referred to he Salauo'n Army however, were initiated by"school patrons, without awaiting action of the county commit-! tee [school to The committee in Saline county candidates. was attributed to the pilot's desire names of the remaining crew mem- as close as possible to bers were withheld by the Army. come in WaS |goers, amTtheir'home always has again ioru uy »» »»- »»·-- ibeen open to their friends. | i HU A Sh S^nmi^'ofblack smoke! Then, too, they said they have 1 A %£ y « rdlhe S Baited tned/'to doth, ^ve^d ea* ( is treasurer TH \ N K V O U MR. SISK DEPT.: Cicdit for tne following two items coes to John bisk. Mr Sisk brought to town yes- tudav the most unusual piece " f fluorspar Timoiheus ever saw tnougn limotheus admits ne_s a and Body of Mrs. Marjorie Johnson, Former Local Woman, Found In Cistern at New StSn for their fallen leader. a grist mill for farmers in the - n . Gandhi's supporters today dc- county from the time he was a Hack Market WASHINGTON, Jan. 31--«!·£-- He stepped out the front and leave heavily populated areas Already the death toll in Bom- strong the cistern was shut vinayak Gadse, y Orville Wright, Co-Inventor of Airplane, Dies investigating oi geologj. "Is. «nson. »ido. of the late Ine Jurple piece that Mr. Sisk j jflanfo'rd Johnson former employe sri s a chunk of about 10 by 8 of the power house at Muddy. had is a chunk b\ 6 inch dimensions, And it's i \j\ U Hivt* **·· ····· . a"bunch of spar cubes of all sizes massed together in one large hunk. Th£ cubes, o£ all sizes, have per- lei edges. X plane"couTn'rhave done a better job--perhaps not a* good. Some of the cubes are i cailv bordered with a darker hue ot purple. You should take a look at it--it'll make you wonder just ho\\ it all came about. Its on display now in the Mitsdarffer harness shop window on South v,ne street t The odd piece was found o Bcechei WilLiams of Rudement as he \vas digging spar 100 feet beneath the ground in Old Hilltop spar mine at Rosiclare. * « * And Mr. Sisk tells this one. He knows a woman who lives just outside our city who has an own uncle who is the half-brother of hei mother and the half-brother ol her father. The woman, as all people do. was well known in Harnsburg. She resided on Ford street with her sons, Bob and John, who were also well known in Harrisburg. T?fflr moved; to hertotraer.' home in New Harmony, Ind., a few years ago Mrs..Margaret Verno, ·»«"»«} of Mrs. Johnson,.last night called Mrs Olive Patterson, former neighbor and close friend of Mrs. Johnson, advising Her of the details She said search for Mrs. Johnson was started when she could no be found to make a scheduled trip to Evansville to meet her son. Bob Johnson, and wife, who were coming from their home m Jeffersonville, Ind., to «-"«* hl * mother. Found by Cousin United Press dispatch states (Continued on Page Three) Funeral Services Sunday 2:30 p. m. For Pete Gibbs, 75 Funeral services for Pete Gibbs, "o, who died Friday morning at the Lightncr hospital, will be held Sunday at 2.30 p. m. at the Turner funeral home. The Rev. Carl Do-Aney and Rev. X. C. Hcnder-, . son will officiate with burial at jStnP Sunset La\\n cemetery. opc !u Mr Gibbs. who resided at 20 south visit his Id Dl Lllc v - i a i t i i i ,.u.j w . - TVT^i^o^r^ a wooden cover that had partly oI N»a^ fr 0 7fn to the concrete wall of,extremist There were i Ppona, who puzzled," ^fJf^iLinked With ,, c are working on the tneoo m , ___ that there may have been foul play." '" . ... Mrs. Johnson had not been ill trito-Bvansvme thC SlaCwJ'hei^^gS.ber of consumers, their tarm vmn^e stapleton .' m a statement Senate Banking Gadse was linked with a wide- ona. spread band of Hindu extrenusts i r , . -_i-- ·..*l*-h 1/\ncr navA Afl- I "- mpat rationing Eggert discounted to t ?,, WW-TE*- s-fe·-%sr as Men Hurt In Oil Plant Bias! at Salem Mrs. Murray Henson of New Har-. reactionary, orthodox last Thursday friends told gga 0 ^ medie val times. W the moment, however in- ut*bi«v* *v*«~- . -- -- - . r t I r UI LliC iii\/ii»v.i»»', --- - - -- - - , ^ sunny disposition and usual g ooa j dia , s capita i was unified by grief spirits discounted suicide Mrs. Johnson is known to ha\e been alive as late as 7:30 Thursday night, as she called her aunt at that time. When found she was fully clothed, apparently to go out of the house, as she had her coat and had a scarf around Buys Interest in Conslrudion Firm Ted Steele, of Equality, heavy equipment salesman in this area for several years, has bought one- third interest in the Southern Construction Co., here which engages in road and levee construction, bridge building and mine 'operations. Steele and Sanford Barnett now own the company, Steele buying out the interest of R^mond.**· on her head. Had Sold Farm Friends here said cently sold her farm home it is possible some person may have believed she had some money at her home or on her person. Mrs. C. P. Wolfe, publisher of the New Harmony Times told The Register today that the lid to the cistern was part wood and part concrete. She said it did not rnmDletelv cover the top of the ^ U w h e h found, but there was not sufficient space mnnthcto ° Pfea n ing for Mrs. Johnson to fail through. over Gandhi's .death. His body was borne -through the modern streets of New Delhi and the' teeming quarters of old Delhi in-such a procession as India had never seen. As the cor- te*e passed the hundreds of tnou- I sands of mourners left their places and followed the- bier in, pro. * j __._**] «MS\*»A T nur About three the of W. ·street, had1 endeared S*TMTM*TM .._ r_ : i- -.~i, strioDinc ana 'The company now operates two " is preparing to .».v J about six miles of Shawneetown. The ·" be both a operation. cession «»»iv u "that wound more 'than five miles long behind Gandhis °A.t"the banks of the Jumna the - · "- wailing , Iretary Clinton P. Anderson Ithe nation faces a serious meat shortage next spring and summer. He said the supply- of meat per person will be about- one-half an ounce a day less meat than last year, but will still be more than in prewar days. ,, However, if rationing is restored Eggert said, there may be a meat shortage in 1949 because government controls will discourage DAYTON, 0., Jan. 31--«tE-- Orville Wright, co-inventor of the airplane and first person to fl a motor-driven craft, died las* night at Miami Valley hospita after a four-day illness. He was 76 years old. store. Dr. A. B. Bfower, his physician said -the famous aerial pionee died at 10:40 p. m. CST. Funera services will be held here Monda\ afternoon. Wright will be burie beside of the body of his brother Wilbur, in Woodland cemeury Wright, who first successfully piloted the pioneer airplane he W his brother Wilbur built n 1903, collapsed in his laboratory Tuesday, and. was taken 10 -*hospital. He was suffering from hardening ofthe arteries; and latei developed a lung congestion. Although Wright last piloted a plane in 1914 and last flew as a passenger in 1923, he never lost his interest in aviation. Airmen and engineers sought his ad vice up to the time of his collapse house to combat the blaze. There was a bullet hole in his head above his left ear and a revolver was nearby. Coroner Rees Turner and Sheriff Fred Wilnioth were investigating the case and preliminary examination revealed the single wound. The revolver was on the floor between his feet, and there were two emptied cartridge shells in the cylinder. His wife was working at the tore at the time. Naugle's body was found in a itting position on the stool in he bathroom, his head thrown back. The lid to the stool was down. His body was burned badly. 3e was wearing ho.use shoes. 'omplaincd Felt 111 Mrs. Naugle told officers that she and her husband had arisen about 5 a. m. today and had gone to the store together. Later in the morning, she said, her husband , complained of feeling ill and went to their home, a six-room white frame structure that is situated to the east ana to the rear of the The flames and smoke from the bouse were discovered about 10:45 a m and men employed at the ".earby Peabody 47 mine, using fire extinguishers, "entered the house o, n-m A« SALEM, 111., Jan. _31-- UE--An product ion. , explosion occurred in an engine Ag tne subcommittee resumed room of the Warren Petroleum hearings on a get-ready meat ra- /~. __ ,, ,,!-,,,» nair Vioro late Vester- +· __ ·_,, i_:n u«» ;*«- nlioii'mfin Kalnh Corp. plant near here late yester- daj, injuring four workers and blo'wing the roof and windows out of the corrugated metal building. Two of the workers, C. L. John- tioning bill by its chairman, Ralph E. Flanders, R., Vt. one of its members announced flatly that ne will vote against the bill. Sen. Homer E. Capehart, R., Ind., said JL n \J Wi m\* ·»%**»»-w-.~7 -- *· · AA%/»»»^** *-·· ·*---f r f - 4 . 1 . 4 . son chief engineer, and Marvin he has ma d e up his mind that ra- *-.A'i_A*. ^«^^^t^T- \i»Ar0 In cnti- *: rt «;^rt- «i»iii r»nf Vif»ln solve the in- O V / H f ^***X^*. vmm^ , f . » Altstatt, an operator, were m cnti cal condition today at Salem Mem- huge mass of humanity, wailing ^ hospital) an d Lester T. Dan- and weeping in sorrow, packed . d an oil and H ar\'ey Holmes. -- * _ . ·_». _ A ««r^*iir- /r»Tl- (Continued on Page Six) . or sons Bob and John were bott in Service and after their Bob returned to a former Cigarettes Stolen By Burglars from Grocery at Stonefort Fifty cartons of cigarettes were stolen last night by burglars who elt rocery at and I John where Lion at Jeftcrsonvme an" «·".... W? wife arc living at Urbana, ,r\,o u a student at the Um-« is a student of Illinois. broke into the Felty grocery St Deputy" Sheriff 'Henry C.' Demp- £ who investigated the burg- this morning, said that no- Mrs Johnson had a large per- JE-SSJfTO hmseUTo~'his"friends and neigh- stripping ana a s.op: ^_ ^ _ SMS ·ESgs -«sfg£^s f s-£ «vss -ssarsJ-H^ '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ and Carmi and has j. Skeltoni in te Gas building be at Maple 111., for its cen- j Mr. and iary un^ m»«. ·"··o» \, rt «v, thing except cigarettes was bothered by the thieves. They broke pane out of a window on the utn side of the building to gam and-will be rcmemoereo. wv V" 11 '-:: entrance and used the same exit, women as one of the supervisors Dcmpse y said that evidently the o t t h c scwinc room during the burgla £ left in haste, as some of EUffffe-KT^ ? ·" """^ *%« a S$S5£ SOnS. m «"- n . .=,/_ «,,:!,. n,»ciielpr_ mechanic, were in serious condition. tioning will not help solve the in flation problem. ' Nevertheless, Flanders said he hasn't "conceded defeat yet" for the measure, despite indications that the subcommittee will kill i L l U I l o H l « * U *.»»*- H/V»"T -- V , ^ The explosion, attributed to ai o n a 3 to 2 vote The group will 1Mb in toe main pump in the en- end hearings Monday and Flanders Line room, TMSs followed almost' sa id he expects a vote "not later hlTmedTately by a fire. The four than Tuesday." L,C UM *v t*»^ v*»*»-v -- w - , Wright also was survived bj a nephew, Milton Wright of Dayton, and a niece, Mrs. John H. Jamieson of Evanston, ILL Neither of the boys had a college education. They were ~- c * . . ! _ : ». n i*-. /-r»/\r\ \ and put out the flames. They r ound Naugle's body, in the sitting position, in the bathroom. The bathroom, a small room, is situated between two bedrooms on the Avest side of the house. These three rooms Avere charred .bjuthe-blaze arfd-there was some damage* to other parts of the house, but the fire apparently did not break through onto the roof. Leaves One Daughter The cause of the fire had not been determined at noon today, Coroner Turner stated. The body was taken to the Courtney funeral home at Galatia. An inquest date had not been set at noon. Naugle's wife, Lois, is the daughter of Ernest Reynolds. Reynolds owners of a bicycle shop when, CQ ^ O tiine back had so id his farm they became interested m heavier-1- n Brushy township to Naugle and than-air flying. ' t*» ^rm b n "se on this place burn- Their sister, Katherine, aidec! ed one v:e ok ago today their experimentation by sewm,,, le together great pieces of camas (,,,,,,,,.,, A with which they copied the fligr of birds with kites and gliders. leaves one daughter, 17 years old, in Syra- were the past four days been in bad health for the with the past 15 Gibbs was born in Saline ul Louie Cor.over ·=racr nj occupation. -lout 23 years ago he and his 5o Harrisburg and he " as eager at Peabody *'.'-· Highways Slippery By New Snowfall Snow that has covered the go to Nexv Harmony this afternoon. Body of Pvt. Howard Coscboon to Arrive in This City Thursday of Pvt- Howard B. injured were the only persons in the building at the time. All lived--at a nearby camp set up by the company for employes «5fcsr-sssr"^£ sfe*" SS-SSE e pressed the belief, however that the city's reserve supply ^ lasl until the unit can be repaired , The 81.000.000 plant locatedi in, the center of the Salem oil field fow miles southwest of here manufactures gasoline, butane andi propane gas from crude oil d TM led in this area. It employs oO men. The Meat Institute spokesman freely admitted meat prices are high, but said "numerous food items have increased in price more than several meat items." He cited salmon, butter, sweet potatoes, prunes, navy beans, wheat flour, margarine, apples, cabbage, carrots and potatoes. Robert G. LeTourneau to Speak at First Baptist Church Sunday, Feb. 8 Sesser Man Cleared In Slaying of His Brother-ln-Law War Invesigaling Commillee Loses Powers Tonight WASHINGTON, Jan. 31-- St^Phvliis^A ~- .- , . . - fllg cus'e N Y. She was born to his first' wife, who perished. m the Host House hotel fire m New Shawneetown several years ago Naugle was well-known in this area, as his general merchandise store in Harco is one of the largest !in the county. He also operated a store in Shawneetown until about two years ago. '~ Rites for Infant Of Eichorn Couple SESSER. 111.. Jan. 31-- CE~ A coroner's jury returned a verdict of "justifiable homicide in the death of Nelson Downey, 43- ivear-old Scsscr miner who was and fatally wounded by Robert G. LeTourneau. who will speak at the First Baptist churen in this city, at 2:30 p. m.. Sunda, Fcb 8, is a man who makes mil-, lions of dollars each year yet gives SC per cent of his income to tne *«mplmod as eager at^Peabody JJ° d for the past ten days was The body of j v J, r "^ M rs Sli^^M^,^^^^ 1 ^^^^ g, . "' v - rcnortcd as the snow continuca joaj. *eo. ·';. funeral home ^nr.cdin IfH^S^Jfc I^iJf to fall in Degree temperature. , ic.the Gaskins^^ ^ announccc v^!j a , f)f Cnic 3Ro^ and' one'grand- it will remain suncral services. MINES They re that an ey cn bv a Lcdbctter youth, travcl- Wcstern auto driv-1 Dispute Settled Hng eastward, slid into the of a company car driven by Jack Peabody Coal - Co. em- With Wage Boost The biggest · ,, ,,« i trsctor-operatcd earth-moving nja- , chinery in the world today. Mr.j LcTourneau has come a long «a ?mcc he left school in the seventh cradc. He worked- for yca«.f* a small town mechanic, but im- recdiatcly followin«w.thc day nc met the Lord "face to face, as he put it, and decided to make Him his business partner, a won drcus blossoming of good fortune 1 Ugan that Mr. LeTourneau sas has never stopped. He is today an inventor, mam facturcr, and a highly successful businessman. He has invented and patented more new machinery for grinding up rocks, uprooting treesT and taking the tops of of mountains than any man around. He is the head of four Srcat..^; 1 ' machinery-buildmg C, Jan. Sl--flf)-- j * ____U^k *Ai4h CTJ] ·*" works. works. f d works, works. and the two cars crashed. i » -- - ·^uocOcrt car was driven awaylgraph ffiS IS[ U pm-brt the Pea- cd v car, damaged about the front _..J* was brought to Hamsbarg by a wrecker. ,, . There were no injuries. ThX threat of a'nationwide tele- The _ unreal "· ,.«»;,,« was eras- 1-rothcr-in-law Wednesday night, Trevor Mygatt admitted tnat he shot Downey after Downey entered his home with a rifle ana threatened, he said, to kill even- vestigating powers at ' Henry . All that remains for the once MT . anu i _i . h . d . powerful Senate committee is the Souj iLand street.^o ^ ^ ^ filing of its final report some dau.mer ^ ^^ yes . time during February. ierdav at Lightner hospital. The last public hearing was held teraa pre *, aturc i y . the baby vesterdav. It was dull and quiet ^' d f ive and a half pounds, hte. ^^ Miry Ellen. Mrs. formerly Miss Fern and the paternal grand- and Mrs. George . n contfast to the Klieg hghte. crowds of spectators and other fanfare which highlighted many of its previous sessions. Barents. Mr. and Mrs. George The final session was. held to gre f Eichorn . a iso survive. nvestiation into i l u m ' wne officiat- wind" up" an investigation into -"g^/^rl Downey officiat charges that the Navy paid too * scn . icc and bunal was much for Saudi Arabian oil dur- ^ gu Joscph cnurcn cemetery at ing World War II or.c present. He said Downey apparently intended io harm his estranged" wife, who had been living v.ih the Mygatts. Mrs- Downey was Mygatfs sister. 1 The iurv recommended that M SgUt'bc absolved of all blame in ithe killings. Thatwas the end of the special , mm i«ce which had investigated in Elizabethlown. committee which was created in Mareh. Among some of the most notable investigations had been a look at war contractor relations of the late Sen. Theodor p ^ A»?CC - th«» connections of Cross Preparing To Withdraw SPRINGFIELD, Hl J». 31 tod S t a t e s plants, and an additional one in Sdney, Australia. cras . p p hcno menal n u . that'gives G o d t h e credit, between Western j Saturday and Sunday of his Co. and three j s spent flying in his pnyatc settled for U o faf corners of the United Robert G. LeTourneau average of 20,000 milesj* a^r- planc each month to "·"*· his Two In Efiingham EFFlXGilAM. 111. Jan. 31-- _1\vo little boys were mismg today from their hoTM here, and their mother said she believed thc night have run away "because thc didn't hkc to go to school. 5r. and Mrs. Dclbcrt \oder last srw their sons, Charles, 11. and Ronnie. 13, when they left them trial empire; the plane contracts of Californian Howard Hughes, and the activities of Maj. Gen. Bennett B. Meyers as an air force procurement officer. Marion Man Killed in . , hoo u r s a speaking engagcm^ts,, often s^ak- «hool^nur^a ear. verc seen iai , Ing as many as 500 Umcs a ear Mr. LeToumeau will speak in front of the Central Grade Thursday morning._ t They they ^ a ' hcr thcy were "waiting for r. e o u m e hcr t c y wer Carbondale and Marion during the "TM . ,, same week-end of his engagement * ^ nparenls said they thought here. Mrs. Dorothy M. Strath- , » TM£ ^ stacd ^rth fnends - earn, America," the "Gospel Nightingale of' Thurs fcy nii; ht, and they did not TT -^T T»irerapn \*v. «»" *"." ·* *'"="·· a ^ " · » · ; · » : · » · -»^.j ««»*« Airerit Union T^ s ,ra d been settled for!to far corners of the Lmted States ^menc arTcighT c?nts hourly pay boost j t o give testimony. He travcH an} solois t. , will appear as guest become worried until they still H not returned this morning Cross -- . - -.-.,... mcnt this afternoon announc- inc his withdrawal as a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor, it was learned reliably. Deadline for withdrawals is midnight tonight. When Cor Collides The Weather With Passenger Train JKSS ^: agent for the Chicago and Eastern ParU\ c £TM*^ in with a Missouri Pacific train near here. . j Gore, whose home was in Marion, was on his way to work in j Sunday 23 to 30. Wek Frankfort when the acadent 3 p. ra. occurred at a crossing on State LOCAL TEMPERATURE Friday Saturday _ _. 32 3 a. m 25 Route 37, one mile south of here. 9 p. m An inquest was planned. '1- TM n - 6 p. m. 32 . -- 30 28 6 a. m. 9 3. m. 12 noon 23 19 NF'WSPAPFEJ

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page