The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 7, 1948 · Page 8
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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 8

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
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.PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., WJBUNKSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1948 Daily Register Advertisements Pay THANK YOU for the support you gave me in yester- day's election. TRAFTON DENNIS Out Our Way By Williams N SODA IS TRYING TO QUIT SMOKING AND IT HAS HIM SO NERVOUS TH*T HE HAS SPELLS OF RIDING AROUND IN CIRCLES/. m WELL, A COWBOY ; HATES TO PO ANYTHING THE.T CAIN'T BE PONE ON A HOSS~eO NATURALLY I'VE SEEN 'EM I^sClN' TH' FLOOR ON HOSSBACK BEFORE , THIS/ -- x r -t*rt^ v ~ ^ll«ir Jtil Skelgas GAS RANGE FOR CITY OR COUNTRY HOME For the first time In several years we can deliver and install genuine Skelgas Ranges with Skelgas ' hook-up. FARMERS SUPPLY CO. 610 N. Main St. Harrisburg FOR FACIN6 HORSES \ ,, s . PAT off - Nimilz Warns I), S. Must Depend On Sea, Air Power WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.--U.K-- Adm. Chester W. Nimitz says that il there is war with Russia within the next 10 years, the United States will have to depend on sea-air power in the early stages or such a conflict because of a relative manpower deficiency. In a report prepared before he ictired last month as chief of naval operations, Nimitz abo warned that future air attack may come from points, in Europe and Asia "as well as from across the Polar region." . As a warning system against such an attack, he recommended that naval air, surface and bub- inarinc radar pickets be deployed around the North American continent. Mnutz also visualized the navy of the future as a system of floating air bases capable of launching missiles from surface vessels and submarines and of delivering atomic bombs from carrier-based planes.! He did not mention Russia by name, but specifically mentioned central Asia to the exclusion of east Asia and western Europe. He said western Europe and east Asia "will not be in a position to endanger, us for decades to come unless they pass under unified to- Ulitanan control." Tomato a Wolf Peach Believed to be poisonous, centuries ago the tomato was called "wolf peach." Granted Divorces Judge C. Ross Reynolds of Vienna yesterday granted three divorces in circuit court, as follows: Mildred Cofield from William lofield; . Marianna D. Carrier from Kenneth Carrier; ' Jennie Walker from Albert Walk- Justices Pay While Opinion Beln er. What's in a Name? MEMPHIS, Tenn. (IIP.)--A popular restaurant put "Florida fried pmirhs," on the menu for the customers' reaction. Some customers didn't even bat an eye. They just ordered, not knowing he dish. "Pmirhs" is shrimp spelled backwards. ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST Preferred by millions, it's so fast, pure, dependable* World's largest seller at 10c- Why ever accept less than the famous St Joseph Aspirin guarantee of highest ^quality. StJoseph ASPIRIN flaw ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN ,*"O CY So easy to g i v e . N o t a b l e t breaking necessary They arc m a d e t o meet correct child d o s a g e needs. Easy to take. 50 tablets. 35c. Distinctive J^ · _/. * rTIWTT JL i vtvvvi \ IN RECORD TIME PHONE 75 Register Commercial Dept By BARMAN W. NICHOLS Jnited Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.--U.R)-- Ifter the page boys, dressed fit o kill in blue serge knickers, had rettied up the place and filled ink wells, the nine justices iled in. They tucked their black obes under them and sat down, 'he crier announced in a nasal, iut reverent, baritone: "Oyez, oyez, oyez' All persons! laving business before the honor- ble, the Supreme Court of the United States, are admonished to raw near and give their attention. | or the court is now sitting. God ave the United States, and this! honorable court." · · It said on the program: "Si-! ence is requested." But the j plushy quiet was shattered when, .Drier Perry Lippett, pert in his! swallowtail coat, hauled off and hit j lis desk a good one with a weight-' ed gavel. That made it official-he court's first 1948 session was open. Everybody sat down. Everybody except a lady in a green hat on "the center aisle. She hadn't stood up in the first place. She was sound asleep, but the gavel fixed that. She stood up now, blushed, and sat down again. Jackson Reads Opinion Clerk Charles E. Cropley, sitting at the left of the bench, started j to rise, but he had a time of it.; His swallowtail had somehow tangled with the back of the chair. Most people didn't notice and he went about his business--naming off some cases the court had agreed to lend an ear to. After Cropley finished. Justice Robert H. Jackson adjusted his glasses, ahemmed and said he was going 'to read an opinion. Something about somebody who had been arrested during the days of OPA and charged with holding, or having something to do with faked coupons. The half-packed courtroom leaned forward. Justice Jackson, half reading and half Nice Souvenir, Anyway GRAND RAI'JDS, Mich. U.i:-- Morrie Oudcrsluys, an army vet- oinn, finally received the balance of his terminal' leave pay. It was five cents, but he can't spend it. It costs a dime to cash an out of .own cheek. Keep (o the Right Although In some states it is the law that bicyclists should ride on the left hand side of the streets, it is generally recommended that riders, for their own safety and that of others, follow the accepted rule of traveling on the right. Chest To help relieve congestion, coughing, muscular oorcacss, rub on warming V VAPOR* W|CKS V VAPOR* Four rm. house, water, bath and basement. 80 acre farm for rent, corn or timber for sak. L. Paul Lowe, 1 mile W. of Raleigh on Route 34. WINTER SERVICE Plenty of Permanent Anti-Freeze SHELL GAS FIRESTONE GOODRICH TIRES ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS LUBRICATION Cook's Shell Station 203 South Granger NEW GLAMOR DEB. The title of "Glamor Deb of the Y£ar," vacant since the deb days of Brenda Frazier. goes to Virginia Leigh, above, of New York. She made her bow to society at the annual Debutante Cotillion. One Siasuoyr Deijyianfe Wants R r^ !·· * Be Polificsan NE\V YORK. Jan. 7-- CP'--The season's Xo. 1 glamour debutante || speaking right up, went into a --Virginia (Gmny) learned disertation of human | to be a politician. rights. To illustrate his contention that the man in the case was innocent, he went back to the prohibition era. Was a passenger in a bootleggers' car expected to know that the rascal at the wheel had a jug of hootch in his hind pocket? Leigh.-- \vants She intends Same thing here. This fellow, he to work her way there from society columnist. She discussed her ambitions at a luncheon of scrambled eggs yes-, terday in her parent's is-room; aparlmenc. Miss Leigh is pretty, b!oi*.de. blue-eyed and British-born. She said, so far as had been proved, t obtained her American citizen- had just gone along for the nde. s i,ip papers two months ago. She's and was trapped when somebody found the coupons. Judges Uninterested The visitors in nodded approval: the stepdaughter of Frank Delaney, New York attorney, and the daughter of Claude Leigh. lady in the green hat who was ] wide awake now. the courtroom j Windsor, England, especially the'is American-born. Her mother She's five feet 10. weighs 130 pounds. 23-iiich waist. 33-inch bust. Justice William 0. Douglas was \\ill be 13 years old on Jan. 15. I next with an opinion on case No. j writes a society column undo 174. Something about sugar. The other eight justices didn't seem to be very interested in what Mr. Douglas had to say. Of coarse, they knew what he was going to say anyhow. Justices Wiley B. Rutlcdgc and Frank Murphy, her own name in ths New Yon. Sun. intends to follow journalism as a career for nine years then enter politics. She's a Republican. She argues v.:lh her mother. Miss Lci^h said she thinks Ameron the end. held a whispered con- ' ican newspapers sometimes get hands, too excited about international af- versation behind cupped One of them must have dandy. dignity and cliucklcd. Silently, of I She siys she cou'.d dance 2-i course. Even Chief Justice Fred 'hours without stopping. JK.S n o j M. Vinson thought something .his- 1 desire to go on the stage sno tice Hugo L. Black sa:d was people bctlcr than a for he grinned broadly. Justice i ^he docs not inlcr.d to go Felix Frankfurter was having fun college. told a fsirs -- such as !hcir overdoing thc|| Both men dropped thc:r | love affair oi Phiijp and Ehzaocth. i ] tc "I Ihink experience :? the best tciclicr. I'll learn more :n journalism." she said. all by himself, flipping a pencil up and catching it. He disappeared under the bench once when he missed. Quiet for a Change 1 Singing Association While this was going on in XS-STV LJ_IJ c«u...«^. terday's session, the page boys'. l o p l o l d ' eoruary were hopping around like crazy. Meeting at Stonefort 1 The Salir.c County Sincinc as- pcddling messages, bringing in glasses of water on silver trays and otherwise earning their keep. Lit-] socie'ion. which net Sunday after- tic gentlemen, too. No noiM;. The j noon at Beulah Heights Methodist j press was quiet for a change, also. I church in Eldorado, will meet a l l The government saw to that when it installed silent pneumatic lubes to carry their stories down to Jhc press room. There is a quiet symmetry about the whole supreme court chamber. j It is completely trimmed and f .ir- jnished in mahogany. And ?he the Stonefort Methodist church the i first Sunday in February. I At the Eldorado meeting con- ' sons leaders were A A. Moore. Earl Hicks, Thos. Grant, the Rev. Clifford Potter ar.d Vcr- ncr E. Joyner. the association president, who presided. seats for spectators all hamiomrcj One quartet, the Grant quartet with the dark red velour hangings'of Eldorado sang. Soloist was lit- jand the sienna tints of the Italian lie Bonnie Lcc B-llman. Miss j marble columns. Everything match- Grant was accompanist for all the! ' es except the chairs the honorable Singing. justices sit in. Each has-his own.! The invocation was by Rev. Poland they are an odd assortment, ] tor and Rev. 'Wiedemann save the [Some with head rests, oven. j benediction. JANUARY CL it will Be short - but sweet! We don't have much left after a tremendous Xmas business -- bwfr here if is -- c!I remaining winter stocks of coats, suits, dresses and accessories, priced now to sell fast -- So Hurry -- NOW!! Starts WINTER' COATS Gnd Suits! 29.95 Values $19.98 39.95 Values $24.98 49.95 Values $34.98 FUR TRIMMED COATS Just 6 Left AH fancy Robes, Negligees, Lounging Pajama Sets now at off ONE LOT OF 2 WAY STRETCH GIRDLES Small. Medium Only 30 Slightly Soiled SWEATERS and BLOUSES Values to S5-9S $Z one! $3 ^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SEE OUR NEW SPRING THINGS Arriving Daily! 42 New Fall DRESS! All Colors, All Sizes Some Sold to $16.98 One Small Group of ;SES 60 New Fall Values to §24.98 S1.98 VALUE HE CARFS $1 ALL REMAINING FORMALS Sold to $30.00 $10 end $15 Black. Brown, Colors Some Sold up to $7.95 3 Plus Tax SMALL SIZES ONLY SUITS ONLY $10 ALL SALES CASH -- NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES -IWSPAPFR!

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