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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - March 27, 1952, Troy, Illinois une progressive paper in a progressive town SPECIAL EDITION TMs weeks farm and elec tion issue of the Tribune is being sent to nearly 7000 rural homes in Madison For comments on the April 8 primary election read Trojan Thoughts on page March 1952 Volume Number 13 ll son of Hosto left Satur with Colonel and a group of fortyfive i on a trip to New and More about the Karl Olsons new address j t Karl US i 10 j J Union Youth Meeting is Slated Here Saturday An Interdenominational meeting will be held this March at at the Methodist These meetings be held once every The program will con Ruth Sullivan Dies March 21 Word has been received by the Tribune of the death of Ruth of OHara Jefferson wife of Vincent Friday morn ing March The remains were at Uie Hoffmeister Colonial Mortuary in Louis until 10 March when they were taken to were conducted by Oscar Johnson at 4 Burial was in Ceme Tuesday March Survivors are her one son two is u son of Catherine formerly of Troy and a grandson of the late Hubert of Council To Open Bids On Sewerage Monday by a social All young people of any church or are invited to attend these Onethird Of Red Cross Goal Contributed Over have been collected by solicitors for the current Red Cross drive in Troys goal Is Alex local announced new Kuth Hilda Miller and Wilhelm of Present Members Of Board Rle afternoon with White recently kome from Pauls Hospital V I f Annie Miss Oru and Bly Bond were t visitors of and Lockhart of Thomas Taylor John Gebauer were house and sons of Langdon is of and John Horitz returned March days He 4th and underwent a J operation on March DOW and the past operation now a the Method at the country I James Gerstnecker Oscar Buescher of Pin Oak Town ship and James of Jarvin both members of District 3 school have circulated petit ions for reelection with the clerk of the school The last date for filing was Sat March Xo other candid ates School election will be held Sat April Seniors To Present Out Of This World i The Senior Class of McCray Dewey High School will give their class play Friday March Out of This World is the title ofthe play and it will be given in the high school auditorium at 6 Tickets may be purchased from any senior and will also be sold at the door that Hair Stylist Says No Age In Beauty Floyd Cullop attended the Mississippi Valley Beauty Show at the Jefferson Hotel March Madame a Swiss born ruest artist and commentator at the Beauty Show predicts Hair will gradually become attractively shor There is no such thing as age in Madame Backs analysis of You can be lovely at you be a lemon at and daughter of Illinois and Albert Breitzmann and Carol Ann of Illinois were iu Troy visiting their Moritz during his and McFarland Announce Baby Boy and have announced the arrival of a son at Josephs Hospital in High March The baby weighed ax nine The McFarlands have four older NOTICE In the tat IOOM to help at above is Paul tte Troy Gambling Is Big Issue in April Madison County Primary Elections As the date of the Illinois pri mary April draws nearer the big issue in the county seems to be gambling and that issue centers on the office of States With present States Attorney Austin a not seeking a close contest is developing in the Democratic race between Fred Schuman of Granite City and Anthony Daly of who served four years as Assistant State s is expected to have the backing of the a former Probate former City Attorney of Alton and former State is making gambling in Madison County an He holds that it is the States Attorneys duty to prosecute gambling violations both inside and outside on the other j has said he would prosecute all j violations of law when called On the Republican Joseph of Edwardsville and Harold of Alton are seeking tlie nomination for states This race is the only contested one for a county of GUP primary in son Gwillim says lies opposed to all 1 or while asserts iany violation of the gambling or I should be and vigorously i A race attracting a lot of atten I tion in both Clair and Madison counties is that for the Republican nomination for Representative in Congress from the featuring a woman candi Phyllis Stewart Pretty Alton is pitted against John East Louis Schafly has won the support of most of the precinct committee men in the two counties and is con to have an excellent chance of winning the If she gets by the she will be opposed in the November election by Congressman Melvin Price of East a Fair Deal Demo unopposed in his partys There also is high interest in the Republican race for delegate to the national Convention from the Twen which is made up of the two Fourth Ward Alderman Henry Schwarz of a World War II veteran who fought under Dwight is running as an out supporter of John Belleville has pledged himself to support Ill favorite Senator Everett but says he will switch to follow the Illinois delegation if Dirksen Jsn t Dirksen is managing the Illinois campaign for Senator Bobert The third candidate for delegate on the Republican ticket is Charles Thomae of East who ia not committed to support The Troy City Council is due for an open meeting Monday night as they open sealed bids on both the house service connections to the sewerage system and also on the construction of additions to its isting water The bids on the home connec tions will be opened at and the opening of the bids on the con struction of water additions to the water system is slated for 8 Both projects have been bid on but the council rejected hoping for a lower The previous low bid on the house con was and the low bid on the water works additions was exclusive of buying the sites and 4egal and engineering The proposed water system would include about five miles of pipe The well will be located somewhere around Pleasant Grove northwest of and will tap the same general sand and gravel water carrying strata in which the Col and Glen Carbon water wells are Relative Of Trojan Killed Wednesday Afternoon Raymond of Illinois was fatally injured Wed March helping n u truck that was stuck when he slipped and fell beneath the truck and was run who formerly lived south of is survived by his the forme Alice one sou and three his and Phillip four three sisters and a host of other relatives and Funeral services were held at Pauls in Satur March at 9 He is a brother of Bernett Henke who lives north of and Embrey Adopt Second Child and Carl Embrey are announcing the adoption of their second child i Little Kay Embrey is eight months old and comes to join older The adopted Michaelin and Holeome and of Highland were dinner of and Molden Wednesday
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