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September 23, 1953

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·- irhc Daily Register 23c a week Gen. Klein Reassigned l,y carrier boy. rf O|Vj . $| - on Before buying any hearing aid, you owe it to yourself to try . the !953 Hearing Aid under our 10-day money-back Guarantee! ·y mates of ·nrid-h'ncin Znltt ttfevbbn and nta uts JACKSON'S DRUG STORE ONE SOUTH MAIN* , CHICAGO (IP)--Brig. Gen. Julius 1 Klein s^aid today it was an "honor 'and a privilege" to return to duty \\ith the 33rd Division. Illinois National Guard. Klein received orders Tuesday reassigning him to the division as an anti-aircraft commander. 1 His unit had been disbanded and i the general placed on the inactive Llist in what Klein charged was i a political move last year. Hfe ! claimed the actions were taken bei cause he backed Gen. Douglas Mac- 1 Arthur for president. The Daily Reaister 25c a week bv carrier boy. Demand, accept only~ St.Joseph : ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SLID AT 100 District Joycees Support Training of Dogs for Blind Q f Record High ·* Rcprescntatix es fiom J u n i o r Chambers of Commerce in ^the ( WASHINGTON iW--The govern- do\\ nstalc District Ten met at Com- raen t reported today the cost of mcrce Hall in Carbondale on Mon- living rose to.a record high last day evening to officially start a mon th due largely to higher costs new organization to support the for transportation and rent, training of dogs for the blind. The j ^ s a result, the nation's 1,300.- icw organization, according to the ooo ra ii ro ad workers will receive Eisenhower Did !**? $1M * . . ... , In Damage Suit Not Break Word to Durkin, Nixon Says The Daily Register. Harrisburg. Illinois jPage Six Wednesday, September 2 articles of incorporation winch have been filed with the Secretary of State under the general not-for- profit corporation act. will be known as the "Walking Dog Foundation". The first board of directors lor tins toundation will consist of A. B. Thomas of Cairo, Matt Hall of Carbondale, Kenneth J. Gray of department* reporTed West Frankfort. Fred Schooiioveri * *~ .. , , Jr. of llernn and Kenneth Vinyard J** ^"fig*^ "J^gJ a 3 cents an hour wage hike. The Labor Department's cost of living index, which measures changes in consumer prices, rose for the sixth successive month between mid-July and mid-August. The index stood at 115 per cent of the 1947-49javerage Aug. 15, the A dram shop damage- suit was on file today in circuit twirt. ; - , i In the complaint for damages,! _ vice President filed for Joann Hudgens Brows by Richard~M~~Nixon today told the the law firm. Bosttell and Boswell.; American Federation of Labor and Atty. Harry L. McCabe, Mrs. ( there was an "apparent misunder- Brown asks $15,000 damages irom standing" between President Eis- Vollie Bishop Sr. i cnhower and former Secretary of The complaint says that on May, Martin P. Durkin. 2. 1953. Bishop owned a building .,..,,..,,. s^uss-aS $;«« w«sys«fiS' Eisenhower "has never-been gu'lty! 1 " 1 " 0 !;' that Robert Brown was a word - , . . i Brown in the auto and that three This remark was in answer to .. t f Harr j s burg the car Rites in Pope County For Bay City Man , Lake fiih live through the winter when ice freezes over them i because they live under the ice. | where the water is a little above were held to- the free-sing point. day at Independence church at j -- -- ~~ Rosebud in Pope county, for Bar- 1 mee j| n «, j n Metropolis, ncy S. Metcalf, well known resi- ^ Metcalf, who leaves a wife of Bay Citv, who died sudden-1 and six children, aho has ^^ * * I - . « _ · _ ¥ » ,, u ..!r.frvit ·*-* ly Monday while attending a union ' livingJn Harrisburg^ HENRY'S NEW PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS ROYAL -- REMINGTON RAND SMITH CORONA - UNDERWOOD $ 10 Down Balance $1.25 Per Week 20 Months to Pay of Harrisburg. Incorporates shown on the original application are Ruth \V. Thomas of Cairo. Matt Hall and Eail Morgan Jr. of Carbondale and Kenneth J. Gray of West Frank- I tort. The Walking Dog Foundation is| the outgrowth of an idea conceived. and developed until now by Glenn Wade of Freeman Spur, who nas already trained and delivered five dogs to various blind persons in the southern Illinois area. The newly formed foundation proposes to gain support for this training program from groups and individuals alike so that the blind people might obtain these dogs at no cost. At this time there is a need for 30.000 of .these dogs in the United States! I and only 400 per month are being | trained 'by the four other training centers in the states. It is hoped that the southern Illinois Jaycee groups, through this foundation, might fill some of the need of the blind with this program. Interested parties or organizations may get fuither information or make cash donations to this program by writing- Walking Dog Foundation, Carbondale, 111. cent .__,,__._ month, six-tenths of 1 per cent higher than a year ago, and 13 per cent over the pre-Korean level. Railway workers comprise the largest segment of the three mil- a charge made Tuesday by Durkin that the President reneged on a pledge to support 19 Durkin- sponsored amendments to the Taft- Hartley law. Enroll at Blackburn Nelson Eddings, son of Mrs. Alma Sullivan, 505 South Main street. ,, , cents an hour in escalator increases. The new increase was indicated last week when a new formula for computing how wages are tied to the index was negotiated by rail unions and management. Other workers with cost of living miles east of Harrisburg the car hit a culvert, the plaintiff being in jured. and Robert son of Resident of 'NearVienna Dies i ' Mrs. R. F. Taylor, who resided north of Vienna, died at the City hospial in Anna Tuesday. Her body In Loving Memory of Charlie E. Henshaw Who passed away September 23,1950. Sadly missed by Wife, Daughters, end Grandchildren. ass." Carlmville. Blackbur ° c °" eset 'beaton and the Rev. Fred Neible iwill conduct the sen-ice, and bur- contracts are affected by index {ial will be in the adjacent ceme- changes in other months. tery. RENTALS: SPECIAL SCHOOL TERMS! Henry's Typewriter Service 106 NORTH VINE PHONE 1291R BUILDING CONSTRUCTION New and Remodeling of Any Type Building · CARPENTRY · SIDING · ROOFING · MASONRY · CONCRETE "30 Years in Harrisburg" T, P. Thompson AND SON . 402 North Webster Phone 397 W TED RETAIL SALESMAN The B. F. Goodrich Company needs men 22-34 for retail saleswork throughout Missouri and Illinois. Sales experience in Auto and Home Supply store helpful but not essential. We train you. Good starting salary plus bonus. Insurance, hospitalizarion, retirement, vacation and all employee benefits available. Advancement in position and solar/ based on ability to produce. See our Representative, Mr. W. K. Herrell at Horning Hotel on Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 7 to 9 p. m. \ "" The B. F. Goodrich Company Only full-bodied genuine suede can g'vc you the wear, the fitted drape, and'-,the sheer luxury you'll enjoy in CRESCO'S REGAL model. Worsted knit collar, cuffs, and bottom. In 5 beautiful shades of genuine suede: sand, brown, copper, navy, green. $24.95 Where Well Dressed Men Get That Way Onlv at Petty?Furniture will you find thes,e amazing values and great Spring-Air._?terkIme^Chair^d]re^^ .J\ h ^ a ^ leX St FREE--A $2.50 Gift Certificate with any Purchase of $25.00 or More! Be Sure and Register For FREE Gifts! Nothing to Buy! 1st Prize--Large Platform Rocker. 2nd Prize--Enough Material for a Lady's Dress. LIVING ROOM SUITES A Large Platform Rocker FREE $1795° with Purchase of Any Stationary Suite. 4 : · \ a 1 Or More FINAL CLEARANCE! ODDS AND ENDS! CHOICE OF ONE-OF-A-KIND PIECES-- PRICE CUT! Reg. $480.00 Willett Bedroom Suite (discontinued pattern, cherry) $380.00 Reg. $567.00 Cherry 6 Piece Dining Room Suite, Now Only i?S"nn Reg. $1^5.00 Vanity and Chest, Walnut Finish, A Real Buy S10O.UU Reg. $24.50 Bedroom Chairs, only 2, Chartreuse and Pink Reg. $9.95 Pull-Up Chair, Only 1, Upholstered in Duran Reg. $16.95 Floor Lamps, Only 6 at this Buy 51U.UU Reg. $3.50 Wooden Kitchen Stool, Sturdy Oak Reg. $14.50 Hassock, Only One at this Price Reg. $1.50 Chrome Top Smokers, Only a Few . . . THESE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY OUTSTANDING BUYSCURING OUR FALL HARVEST SALE AT PETTY'S FURNITURE AND DECORATING. Sale Starts Thursday, Sept. 24 Ends Oct. 8 10% Off on All Coal Heaters During This Special Only. Save! Save! Special 9x12 Wool Rugs Reg. Price $79.50 Now Only $ B ED ROOM SUITES A $49.50 Value Mattress F R E E with Purchase of Any Bed Room Suite. Or More CHROME FREE 20 Piece Set of Dishes with Purchase of Any Chrome Dinette $ 79 50 Linoleum Remnants All of our Linoleum laying is guaranteed. Laid by an experienced layer. Free Estimate any time. SPECIAL IS" x 27" Rugs-$1.00 27" x 51" Rugs ...$4.95 All Porch Fiber Rugs _1 For Your Convenience We Have An Interior Decorator and Carpet Counselor · GULISTAN · MAGEE · WHITTALL · DOWNS 10% OFF ON OUR FUEL OIL HEATERS Buy and Save! and DECORAflNG~DEPT: Custom-Made DRESS FABRICS. Fall Colors. 45 in. Wide Slipcovers and Draperies Tissue Failles 10%'dff Reg. $1.79 yd, spec. 98 C yd EASY CREDIT TERMS Special Dena Lamps $ No Interest No Carrying Charge FURNITURE AND DECORATING Orion Durlace Panels 92 in. Wide Pr. -- 90 in. Long Washable, NV Ironing, No Starching No Stretching Reg. $9.95 pr, spec. $7.95 pr 109% Wool Gabardine AND WOOL CREPES 54 in. Wide Reg. $6.95, spec, $4.95 yd Rayon Marquisette Tiebacks Washable 100 in. Wide Pr., 90 in. Long, 6 in. Ruffles Req. $5.95 pr, spec. $3.95 pr Cotton Suitings 45 in. Wide Reg. up to $1.69, Sale 98' IM^H^^^^^^^^*TM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 3 Compare Quality -- Compare Prices -- Compare Terms! Remember. You Can't Lose By Looking OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT. PH. 747 3 SOUTH JACKSON, HARRISBURG FORMERLY NATIONAL FURNITURE ,, OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 8 P. M. OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY1