The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on August 20, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGBiSIX IBB DAILY REGISTER. HAKRISBURG. VUi. TITSOAY. AUGUST IP. .0-17 Charges Ex-Mate Drank His Liquor, Smashed Car HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 19--(U.R-- j Actor Oscar Homolka charged t o - j _ , . _ . , ,, . . _ ,,, day in a $22,442 damage suit that | The Daily Register, 2 while he was in New York his di-' by carrier boy. vorced wife Vorence. daughter of | Newspaper Publisher-Financier Eugene Meyer, damaged his automo- I bile and drank up his liquor. We have cash buyers waiting for both modern and serni-rs . . hordes. Saline County's Most Complete Rea' Estate Service' Equality Township High School to Open September 2 | J. D. Vandcvecr. principal of the Equality Township high school an- i nounced today that school will open ! there on Sepl. 2. ! The school has a full staff of '. teachers to begin duties on that i day. Mr. Vaadeveer will serve as principal and teach social science. .Miss M. Lean Kemp will act as - Dean of Girls and teach mathematics Mrs. Lowell Smith will teach commerce. J- S. McMurtry will teach science. J. C. Beaton will teach English. World History, and direct athletic*. Thomas K. Murphy \\iir teach English and serve as band director, and Mrs. Thomas K. Murphv will leach vocational home economics. Resistration will take place on Thursday. Aug. 28. This corrects a previous announcement that registration would be on August 27. The bus rente:-, are as follows: r.us No. 1 wlil leave via the L. ^ N dv;vt and u'uko the nn:K !· i lowed by Mr. K a u f m a n last ye. i w i l h the" exception of going to K: i ierprise school house when it i , turns to the pavement. Bus No. i will first go to the Hal MiU'hi ' pi ;K .e and then return to school, will then leave via L. N. dep and so the route known as Kediv ; exce:H in reverse of former ye;; until* it reaches the Dorscy place From there it will pick up studer..- to the cross roads and on to Jur.. lion before it returns to school. Upon regislration day the st- dents arc to" watch for the bus clo. ly un'il a time can be well csta- fished to the economy of all. Th reason the Kcdron route is reverse: is because of the condition of t!.. bridge crossing Saline creek. \. IX Two Chilean Provinces Made Emergency Zones SANTIAGO, Chile. Aug. 19--d' ; Th e Chilean government decree Conception and Arauco provinct an emergency zone today bccau of a general strike in the coal mi:, ins areas thc r e. Master in Chancery's Sale I V of 1 Hi no's. Saline County, ss. ' .-, Circuit Court of Saline 'County. Alex Larson, Sr., ot al, plaintiffs '\i:irte. No. 47-C-2805. iibUe notice is hereby given. in pursuance of a decree en- nn the 15th day of August. 1JM7. by the said Court, in 'j entitled cause. I. Lynn, M. Hancock. Master in Chancy af the Circuit Court of said s.illi'.e County. Illinois, will, at the ·,!'.- of 10 o'clock A. M.. Saturday. ·e loth day if September. A. D. :"-7. at the South Door of the .·art House in the City of liar- .Oi-urg in said Saline County, sell. :,: Public Veudue. to the highest · d bost bidder, the following de- nritu'd Real Estate, lying and being ··'. the Counly of Saline. State of v l i i t i o K to-wii: nil . in ij'uck 12 in Uic Gii.,u.al !'!:»'. of Carsou City, the same being Baited out of the Southwest part -i t h e Northwest Quarter of the vuithwest Quarter of Section 27. : \i-.vnship o South. Range 5 Hast of ·.l-.o Third Principal Meridian, cx- ,v.H the coal u.nlerlying the surface ·.!'' said lot together with the right ;o mine and remove the same « · - ·· --MN^""***^*** FOR SALE Reynolds Home--326 E. Church . D U P L E X 7 Rooms and Bath -- 5 Rooms and Hath. Can be converted into single house and garage. Terms of Saie: Cash. Hated at Harrisburg. Illinois, this IPtii day of August. A. D. 1947. L Y N N D O N M. HANCOCK. Master in Cl'.ancery of the Circuit Court of Saline County. Illinois A. K. Somers. Complainant's Solicitors. 44-- j Arvestcd at Mound City j Curtis W i n c h e s t e r . Anna.; -..ar.tcd here oa a yaslardy charge.! 'ia.s been arrested at Mound City! : :id will be returned to Harris- \ buru bv countv officers. Raise Minimum Ago For Aviation Cadet Candidates to 20 Years The minimum ago requirement for aviation cadet candidates which was formerly 18 years has been raised to 20 years. Only men between the ages of 20 and 26 and a half years inclusive will be able to qualify for entry to the cadet training program. M. Sgt. J. C. Condon of the local recruiting office, who released this information, further stated u, there were no .changes in th» requirements to qualify for »·"' Force's technical training i r0 iW r open:to high school graduates S tween the ages of 17 and 35 , didatcs who can qualify for a u, r year enlistment may choose th technical field in which Uiev uia training and will be given a l c t 1 guaranteeing them "iirollincm j that school bc-lore they onlist TH* Harrisburg recruiting "office is i catcd in the city hall on the second floor. ' WATHO-MATk NOZZU CUAN.N6, HIGH TIME. Joe Hackeny, 48. cools off in a daredevil sort of way ; at Atlantic City, plunging into Atlantic Ocean in a 100-foot dive from a dirigible. Ci@tlies Hamper with purchase of $49.50 or over with purchase of $49.50 or over with purchase of $49.50 or over « wit!: parclir.se of 5-19.50 Beautifully finished hardwoods with top protected by Smart before the sofa. Colorful leatherette cover that's washable'. You'll use it all over the house! Self - ventilating woven fibre, with neat enamel finish. -Sturdily built. Get yours now! · It's here--the one-and-only Matho-Matic Nozzle that automatically adjusts itself, with mathematical precision, to any floor surface-thick rug, thin rug, linoleum, or bare floor! This exclusive Premier feature means quicker, easier, more thorough cleaning -but it's only one of many remarkable new features that make this de luxe cleaner the finest ever built by Premier! See it, try it today! EYES HAVE IT. Maybe it's the heat wave, but the Hollywood press agents have had a million-dollar dream about comely film actress Janice Carter. They say Janice has applied- for that many bucks worth o£ insurance on her eyes because, her studio claims, she has "the sexiest pair of eyes in the world." '-e this fine chair with sparkling tubular frame and leatherette cover for so little. ^jjMm£^^ iz=K3zZi."tSr; I M ffliirrot 1 8 with ;«rch;jse of $49.50 or over One of these sprrldinj: mirrors will r.dd zest urd color to S»«r decorative scheme! YOUR CHOICE of THESE and Many More Items ONLY $1.00 with Purchases of $ 49 50 or Over. Mitchells have slashed prices to bedrock to give you exvra valve, extra savings, extra purchasing power for your dollar during this dramatic August Sale! Hundreds of marvelous buys in every department. Take your choice of any item here for only $1 with purchase of $49.50 or over. Tsiink of it! not only a big savings on every purchase at MirchcSis . . . but in addition a bonus of any of the fine home furnishings shown here for only $1. Come in tomorrow for your share of the savings! Table Lamp with purchase of $40.50 or over Beautifully styled lamp with decorative shade, to dress up your living room! wit!- purchase of £49.50 or over You simply can't have too many of these hardy metal smokers! Bronze finish! 3 with purchase I of S-J9.50 -^ or over Never h:.s .$1 bought so mueh. Seven! styles and finishes to choose from. Ironing Board with purchase of $49.50 or over Tar£e l.'iixM ineh size made of clear hardwood. Sturdy metal under construction. GREEK FIGHTER. Two girl guerillas, like the one shown above, i ! were killed by Greek government troops in a battle in Mount Olym- }! pus area according to reports from Larissa. Eight other girls were i I captured. (NEA Tclephoto) 3 with purchase S of $49.50 -""- or over Frame in mellow maple, and thick cushions covered in a Ray print fabric. Hurry! || Lord Inverchape! SiReweds Ex-Wife EDINBURGH. Aug. 19--UE-Lord Invcrchapel, British ambassador to the United States, was remarried to his former wife at the registrar's office today a few minutes after the license was issued. Invcrchapcl was understood to have speeded up plans for the remarriage because he was recalled suddenly to Washington. He expected to rctitrn by plane as soon as possible, cutting short his leave. The ambassador and his wife, the former Maria Teresa Diaz Salas of Santiago, Chile, were divorced in I Edinburgh in 1945. He w.as ambas- i sador to Russia at that time. They i had been married since 1929. t Knights of Columbus Convention Opens | BOSTON, Aug. in--Oil!)--Nearly | 2,000 officers and delegates of the Knights of Columbus formerly! opened their 65th annual convert-1 j t i o n today after receiving a message of greeting from President) | Truman and a special apostolic i 'benediction from Po»?c Pius XH. · HERJE'S H O W IT W O R K S ! HANDLE UPRIGHT: The n o z z l e pushes down gently but firmly into the nap ol the rujc. H A N D L E I N C L E A N I N G POSITION: Nozzle rites to exact heishi for moJt efficient cleaning. IN OPERATION: Run ii vibrnted and (tcntly but thoroughly cleaned on · cuthion of stir. SEE THI MATHO-MATIC N O Z Z L E IN A C T I O N ! t MAC'S GOOD/^EAR 17 S. Mate STORE H. V. McDaniel HARRISBURG Phone 17 Wednesday 9 O'Clock 69 Dresses, Playsuits, Swimstiits and Formats Values to S29.75 These outstanding values for as long as they last Wednesday Cottons . .. Crepes . .. Linens . . .Fine Lastex Bathing Suits. Shop In Air-Conditioned Comfort DISTINCTIVE FEMININE APPAREL iNEWSFAPESJ iEW'SPAFERt

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