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January 9, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 2

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1048 The Daily Register (Established 1869 as Saline County Register.) Published evenings except-Sundays and holidays at 35 South Vine street, Harrisburg, Illinois, by REGISTER PUBLISHING CO. -' ' of, Harrisburg, MRS. ROY L. SER1GHT, President." CURTIS G. SMALL, .Editor and Manager. Entered as second class matter at the-post ^office at Harrisburg, Illinois, under act of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates: By Carrier 20 cents per week. By mail in Saline and Adjoining Counties, $5.00 per year in advance; $1.50 for three months. Outside Saline and adjoining counties, $7.00 per year; $2.00 for three months; 5 cents per month. The Daily Register is a private business institution. The management reserves the right to be sole judge as to acceptance or rejection of any statement for use either as a news item or a paid advertisement. Rudement Mrs. Robert Booten, Correspondent Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Congress Is Now in Session BUNION I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Duncan and family had as guests on New Year's day, Mr. Duncan's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tison of Texas. Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to the Patterson family of Karbers Ridge in their recent sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Stncklm and son, Kenneth, of Ledford, and Miss Emogene Duncan of Rudement visited friends at Marion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeNeal and family returned Sunday from a month's vacation to Mexico where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Parks. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Foster of Texas. Mrs. Delphine Parkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Duncan, is improving nicely after undergoing her second operation at a sanitarium in Pontiac, Mich. Leo DeNeal. left Wednesday for Pontiac, Mich., where he will seek employment. Freeman Towery of our community recently suffered a broken leg. School began Monday, after a two week's vacation. Miss Hazel Wallace is teacher. ^ _. . - Mrs. Dalla BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY All'efforts to banish God have resulted in tragic failure.--Ps. 33-12: "Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, and the people whom he hath chosen for his inheritance." BIBLE READING FOR TODAY Jan. 9. God Our Lord.--Acts 17:22-31. LONG DISTANCE HAULBNG Kane's Truck Service Is Now Equipped for'Complete Long Distance Hauling Service. SEE BILL KANE At Dorris Heights Or Call 299R Barham-Green to Show New Ford Truck on Jan. 16 The first public showing in Harrisburg of the new 1948 model Ford trucks will take place Jan. 16 at an "open house" to be conducted bv Barbara Green. With the streamlined new trucks --the first post-war products of the Ford Motor company--as tne main attraction. Barbara - Green will welcome the public to its showrooms, service, parts and accessory and used vehicle departments. , "We arranged an open house program for public announcement ,of the 1948 truck line because jwe feel that this is the most important new truck showing m Fora historv," said LeRoy Barham. \Ve are entering the greatest truck market of all time with the widest ian°e of models and capacities Ford has ever produced We expect to receive trucks during ..he coming months in quantities m- ci eased sufficiently to permit us to meet the heavy demand. WE CAN REPLACE PARTS IN YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES All kinds and makes our specialtyl Everything from a curling, iron to an electric range repaired and parts replaced at minimum prices. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO YOUR SATISFACTION COMMERCIAL AND DOMESTIC -- PHONE 3, Cottage and Rocky Branch Both Cottage and Kocky began. .school with good attendance Mon-i- 1 "" day morning. Mrs. Delia Babingor. who is con- . UlJ(t - ·" with Mr. Bonnell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Honncll. Mrs. Joss Killer has returned hoiiu 1 after a few days, visit with relatives in Danville. Mrs. Cora Yatcs visited in Mil- chdlsvillc one evening last week. Mr and Mrs. Guy Carnahan, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Church, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Bonnell visited Mr. and Mis. V. A. V.'argcl one eve- Cuntullun Fire LOSKCK Canadian cities tcportcd a per capita fire loss last year of $3.04. us compared with the per capita in United States cities of $2.00. fiiiod to her bed at home, is re ported worse. Herb Carnahan, who has been suffering irom a lung infection, is showing some improvement. itcvcnoocr Nicked ATLANTA. Ga.-- «.'.!·) --Marion Allen, U. S. internal revenue U W 1 I 1 K U I I I C U l l l / i w » v i i i » . . » . | . / « « » . " · . Don Rihter has returned home collector, who has taken in man n h e , after a week's vacation w i t h his |(i, ol , S amls of dollars in liquor tax- brother-in-law and bister. Mr. and i ts | or f cited $200 of his own cam- . . Mrs. Dalla Felty of Evansvillc, |j iu , s as bond for failure to ap- Ind. 'pear in court on charges of drunk- Miss Dorris Morris visited Mary Bonnell over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Billman and daughter. Linda, and John and Neva Billman visited relatives in Ml. Vernon, Ind., over the week i end. i Miss Dorothy Basmger has re- ' turned home to help take care of her mother. i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bonnell had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bonnell. and Mr. and Mis. Clark Parkinson and son. Robert, of Goleonda. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Camahan and i family visited Mrs. Carnahan's (parents in West Frankjort last I \\cek. .1 i Mr. and .Mrs. Bradley Williams and son. Richard, of Pontiac, Mich, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blown of Chicago visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yates and family over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs Ben Carnahan and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lands one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs Chailes Bonnell returned to their home in Decatur after spending the holidays I'or Your Dancing Pleasure WE PROUDLY PRESENT RED ALLEN And His Eagle Ramblers Eacn Saturday Night GROVE JUTE CLUB r.t O*. MERRY-5O ROUND j y »MW fiAtlOH orphanages. Five European cars is small, considering the unemployment caused by moving Yugoslav bolder but the people seemed grateful, not so much for the food but merely that we had come to Udine. UNSCHEDULED STOPS Gonzia -- Word of Friendship Tran now Has gone far ahead of us. Every little station todaj has ( Skaggs ELECTRIC sheltering two Slav agents in his house. Depsite Duzzo's absence, crowd at Bologna railroad station was small stations Small Sli-llUIiS i v v ; now i." A """ i S for them but they didn't seem m- } teiestcd in that -- merely in the fact that Americans had taken .^r.^^^ 31 UOlOgllcl Ictuiuavi ow»i.««» ..-- - tad inul .Hiici«.a«a ii"" iu»«... most enthusiastic. In ', fact, we vtne trouble to come all this way had to stop Italians from jumping to see them . up on flatcar to make speecnes. ^ t Gorizia the station was so One priest who did get on the car j£j nme ,j W e couldn't move. Out- and harangued the crowd said, . uere another 10.000 people. DJIEWVEARSON Says: Italian receptions of Friendship Train huge but orderly; Los Angeles' Nicola Giulli goes over big; Paper in Milan, stronghold of Communism, printed fine editorials. GORIZIA.-- (By Wireless) -Diary of an American newspaperman in Italy: Florence--Minister of Transport Corbellini says that since Americans helped get a Bell for Adano he is getting a bell for Philadelphia. The Liberty Bell, he heard, is cracked. The bell for Philadelphia is now on this train. It's directed to Philadelphia Rotary club, since Corbellini is president of Florence Rotary and it sure is heavy! Our baggage is getting more unwieldy day by day. Florence reception so large railroad uncoupled flatcar from which \ve speak, so people could get around it. Was worried sick for fear people would be crushed. There were no police. Italians p e %fai"ps it" was too early in the Jrvin" to get"up"my nerve to speak don't think much of police since i morm n g or perhaps because this m - Il2 ii an . "At Gorizia I got up jVIUSSOlini'S daV but CrOW'U finally »«,,,.. ^t^nna Pnmmnrn^t ron- _ _ _ f,,An,r,a l\r (ho rnciilts formed its own cordon. HERRIX PRAIRIE POST NO. 6-15 PRESENT* 2nd Annual Legion Gloves ; Amateur run ociween uuine auu uui.ii.ia »- n had to make unscheduled stops a t ' I army's report was that he also wab TOURNAMENT January 19. 20 Finals Jan. 26 ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE at DRUG STORE McSpadden Brothers ' Rollerdrome I1ERRIN, ILLINOIS WEEK END (Rolled in Cocoaiuit) ito! Cup Cakes (Each) (Do/en) Rolls (Custatd filled) feaaj {talk 0 . « .StiYv'U'a 8*-Jib.? o · Cherry, Orange Icing Special layer Cake (Brownies) Fydsfi Spares . . mil! Hacaroons (Dozen) (Loaf) (Each) Cherry Upside Down Cake, 50c Baked Fine Since 1909 "Columbus discovered America ana i Tliej ., a( j been ' ment it now look what' an investment " ·waiting a long ? ,.^ K but were most orderly. Ihe has returned to us!'' . Jgfetion was so packed we moved v John Secondari of Columbia!^ ^j to ,^ ie square, pulled a table i S j Broadcasting does a terrific job ast 0 'Q t ' 0 f the station and used it as 3 Friendship Train master of cere- {spea kers' platform. The mayor | monies. Nicola Giulli also gets Q f Trieste had come over to wel- across big. He is the Italian-1 come UJ as we n the Cardinal American who rode with us f rom ' Gorizia. They all spoke, irclud- Los Angeles and now he's paid his ^ a lhe ma j 0 f O f Gorizia. Fortun- . i _ ,,,, --_* -- rtll + T"« *i HT*!!* . C *. . » j. * _ ! _ _- -,*·, f^^rr own ,.._ table was stiong. \\eek I have been sp« ,,«,, c .vi,v..~o to come all the way to Italy to tell Italian people de- ^ _ _ tails of how food was collected. j i n English, which was then trans- . Milan--Crowd not so big here Iatcd A ll week I had also been Perhaps it was too early in the WE ARE OPEN MORNSNGS AT 7 O'CLOCK WE FIX 'EM! RUBBER HEELS T A K E THE JAR OUT OF WALKING! Get rubber heels and make a little money go a long way in extra comfort and less fatigue from walking. They are inexpensive. Ebb's Shoe Service 10 South Vine There was a big advance debate over whether Mayor Falsini. who's a Communist, would come to tram. He did and made nice speech paying tribute to friendship witn American people. Seemed like a nice guy. They tell me a lot of these Italian Communists are only theoretical Communists. Mayor A One old fellow jumped up on socialist, flatcar, tears streaming down his cheeks, and gave me a large kiss. Felt a little foolish. Wished all C0 un the others who did so much for n im. Friendship Train back home could be here to see gratitude of these people. . Minister of Transport Corbellini insisted on driving locomotive when train left Florence. He used to be locomotive engineer. However he got so many Italian newspapermen up in the cab with s another strong Communist cen- nerve. Judsing bj ler. Milan is the Pittsburgh of l shou i c j ha\e done it Italy, with considerable unem- · - - iloyed. Judging by the results sooner MILAN MAYOR'S SPEECH BEAUTIFUL Later, however, there was b i g ; crowd in square outside city hall where we attended reception by Mayor Antonia Greppi, a left-wing ] ' made a beauti-i- Jt v , as .^y i as t speech in Italy. Regretfully." I am now lieading for Paris, Washington and back to , \vork. r Boiiiftg Beef, G?ts S20 Lesson PITTSBURGil IT»--A smavtly- d woman entered the beauty \vhero M i l d r e d Wampler [ and identified herself as a of MJSS Wampler's fiance., id she needed S20 and her; su?t;e.stcd borrowing \Vainpler. A much, Miss Wamplcr discovered Communist members of council were keeping close eye on m. . Padua--We are now in the coun fauud »»». cm. «w __,,,, 'ui*er .'liss \ v a i n y i v i mow/-v try Shakespeare made famous-- v . ti . scene of "The Merchant of Ven- U-i« e - »- ntl - ^ ice" and "Two Gentlemen of Vc-; rona." Old walls, narrow arches, streams running down the mam streets. Biggest and most enthusiastic crowd so far met us at Padua. Flags flew everywhere. Pco Sheep Population The national sheep population has reached the lowest po.nt sir.ce I£67 I newspapermiiii uy JLU «·««- «.*·«* ...... ,uuu. A lu^o »»*,« N..»-..- -- ---- him I thought he would never get p i c packed in the square outside the train started. station. Thc Milan P apcr , s *^ 1C J? caU§M Pa d ua indicate we reception there than Bologna-- This s 00( g o n Quoted strccts . also several fine editorials. cusc lhat last September ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE « Offers you regular stock merchandise at very low prices. It's moving fast! Get your share! an army report to the effect that j Dr Roy -\vclkcr. Congrcgation- hc was among top Communist a j- st m i R Jst cr \ v ho heads up our -- Friendship Train committee for distribution of the food, is sick. He has to go back to Rome. Monsignor Andrew J^ndi of Brooklyn; is taking his place. · j BATTLEGROUND FOR CENTURIES Udinc--We arc now up a few kilometers from Yugoslav border in country that has been fought over for centuries by Amtnar- Slavs and even back to the days of Romans. Train has just pas-scd the Piavc river, where rusted c.'irs still Uin* n the battle Italian and and Retail Fresh Fruits Vegetables ome ieese, s; 29c .-() Lb. Can SI 1.75 and $15.50 BRING YOUR PAIL Special . . . Pound spec, of the Piavc that HOW ABOUT YOUR FUR COAT? Thousands of fur coats arc lost, stolen or dc- d by fire every sea- 1 f \\v not insure yours id cr o;':r "All Risks" Fur ble? Potatoes,, 10 ib. K'ag 47c resh Tomatoes, 11bk29 |Lg. Pascal (elery, spec. 15c Fancf Csyairy SQrghyin y 5 ib. can . $1,23 csrly Jisne Peos » 3 No. 2 ccans 29c 19c 2 -- Iflc IJovcs Cameo Gloss Starch and 1 -- lOc Dish Goth ·,,.- , ,, at IK i Willie if lasts . . Ib. 22c Three bands were at Udinc railroad .station and trcmcndon*. crowd. A little boys' band had been practicinc three weeks for train's arrival. Thc cymbalist M.-S-. so small and played so lon-4 thot ; toward the end he could hai\iK [hold up the cymbals. Girls in costume sang for us on Ihe station [platform and later the rmvor n isistod we come to the city hall. whore huge crowd was gathered ,in sqxiare outside. There \\cro I more speeches, more mi^ic and jmoro singing. | Hospital here was bornlx-d h\ Americans but everyone hrMcD*. to explain that of course st w.-js 'an accident, j When we left trucks \\cre backed up alongside five bo\c.'ir we dropped off at Udinc, alreidy unloading food for the hospital and tect;onatsai'pris:nsiy low ROBERTSON, CRECEL1US and GHENT GREEN. BEANS TOMATO JUICE LIMA BEANS RED KIDNEY BEANS SAUERKRAUT PORK 6- BEANS 6 ccsns spec. for raperut 4 cen · · 3 21c Peas end! Carrots, o 2 cati IQc rho. 1000 Rose Bldg. r.tin.' The /^:-.a CawiJiy JfxS Company of Hjn. / o;d. Conn. . i Baked B§ans wish bacon and molasses, Ho. 2 can . 17c L@r$s@ No. 3 e@rs Red Begins, spec. 25e Moist Misiee^eaf, Armour's . tfe.22c Sour end Dili Pickles . . qt. jar 32c SPAPLRl

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