The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 9, 1948 · Page 5
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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 5

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Friday, January 9, 1948
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, Basketball lk " tin- « t h o u l C , m i this season ,'s 'ewers basket- · \ I C O S \ V S - Thinking peo- Unf their car repaired Jy JVialisb Our-nttKlern Inl named personnel,?TM TMf genuine paits. makes'for of perfection. Xcxt^-Uy MM MOTOR'tO. , 0 . Granger HarrisburgrlU. mm .Motor will make your motor hum. Directors of Crab Orchard Sportsmen's Ass'n Meet Here Twelve directors ol the C'rnb Orchard Sportsmen's association ·ind four guests met Wednesday nijjht at the country club here for its regular monthly session. Kenneth Davis of Jlarrisburg is one of the directors. Tlic purpose of the association is to act as a liaison between the fish and wildlife bureaus of the federal government and sportsmen of southern Illinois. Its members arc largely responsible for the holding of the National Retriever trials the past two years and the National Springer trials last year on Crab Orchard Jake. Colored movies of the trials held last month were shown to Ihc directors. Merchants Nine To Meet Tonight The Harrisburg Merchants base b-ill team ;.vill meet at eight o'clock tonight in the Junior high school ,ym Plans for the coming season will be discussed. Each player is asked to bring tennis shoes and a gym suit. Source of Pectin Cranberries arc one" of the richest known sources of pectin, the sub stance which makes fruits "jell." Junior Police WASTE THE DAILY REGISTER, HARR1SBUBG, ILL., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 19-18 Love Conquers All!! PAGE P1VB ,,u* L ' l L A B N E R , ., " r ~~^-- ' x "·-^- - »*"" By Al Capp : YAKf YAKf AH'M IM- AM' AM AIMS TGIT NEXT - T'SOME O' THEM DEUSHUS DOGPATCH, GALS, WHO'D SMACK MAH FACE,EF THEY RECKANJZE ME/P, J"S ' / v - ry A w Colored Athletics Beat Du Quoin 28-27 The IlarrisburK Colored Athletics, basketball team defeated the Quoin, 28 to 27. Mason ami Anderson were hiKh point won (or llarrisburg. lasl nujllt at 1)u 1V carri(r l)OV - The Daily Register, 20c i week, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Just Us Chickens SPEAK Tb \ -Hay, w.^, ME.LAROSV, TO THAT STAND BACK/ IV/E \THAT'S WHAT YOU CALL HINV AIR/ CANT YOU 1 FALLING FOR'AGAG- see He's FAINTED? NO KIDDING-/ PAIZTY- LARD SMITH WAS 7ICKED two HE WAS SUCCEEDED. TOO \fJ5U. I By Merrill Blosser Fuller Brushes Phone 678 ENRY L. LIGHTFOOT LOANS Signature and Really jllection Adjustment Service 2is Bldg. INCOME TAX SERVICE ·" easier Rug Upholstery Cleaning 3 W. South St. Phone 83911 Harrisburg irby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer COLLECTIONS , ary- in t -' Xo collection, no charge! D. Ntsler Collection ".Vgchcy ' E. Walnut Phone 113 'IOTSIXGEU AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance « H' 2 S. MAIN sif. "^j Phone C55R " ^ : - -«r j. E. "P-te" Rest D. A. LEHMAN EAR. NOSE. THROAT Glasses Titled , Xorlh Vinc str cct 4--Harrisburg Hospital GOODRICH TIRES "ssenger. Truck. Tractor ORE IJATTERY Terms 174R1 Insurance * COrNTY BUREAU REPORTS Collection Jan. 17 EUREKA DELUXE Hot Water Heater JFor Cars and Trucks Comes equipped with hose, switches Tor only and connections. $18.95 Dealer in Iron and Steel Scrap RAGS, PAPER STOCK, METALS AND HIDES. Southern Illinois iron Meial Co. Phone 1004 U. S. Route 45 Sahara Mine No. 3 , HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS THATS SILLY.' THGRS'S NOTHING- CM THIS ROAD EXCEfT~- ^ MMffSaPS^S YEAHi .EXCEPT US/ Z5L /-f Tonight, Saturday -- 6 p. m. 14c and 40c Klews of the Day- March of Time -- "The ARTURO,, DOROTHY deXBBDbVA · POT1CK LO'JiS ARMGIROM · WQOOY HERKAri Presidential Year " Sun. 2 p. m. -- Mon. 6 p. m. · 14c as?d 40c es. 6 p. m. hlome Floor 'Jinx 1 May Re Factor When Indiana Seeks to Malt Wisconsin HbHywood Writers Plead Innocent to Contempt Charges WASHINGTON, Jan. 9-- CHICAGO, Jan. 9.--(U.R--The Bit? Nine's ''home floor jinx" might i be the deciding factor tomorrow light when Indiana attempts to lalt high-scoring Bobby Cook and he Wisconsin dash after its second ·onsecutive conference basketball itle at Bloomington. Last year and so far this season Big Nine learns have been hard o beat at home. Indiana, with its lighly-partisan gallery, is even a ougher nut than most of the others to crack at home. Branch McCracken was expected o return to his early season, start- ng lineup in an effort to cany his quintet, one of the pre-season favorites, to its first league triumph. Sharp-shooter Ward Williams and Don Ritter are the Neither side- will- have much advantage in height or speed, and McCracken jwill match his firewag- on ball game with Foster's precise offense, and while Wisconsin may be favored to win, a Hoosier^ victory would be no upset. Three other league games are on the Saturday program. Purdue, with a record of six victories and three defeats, will attempt to,give Iowa its first defeat of the season at Iowa City. However,, the Hawk- eyes, who have won 31 consecutive non-conference games at home, were favored to win the, first league game of the year on the home floor too. Ohio State at Illinois , . -- . -- i The Harrisburg Junior high The 10 Hollywood writers and di- 1 school basketball team yesterday rectors who refused to tell a con-' afternoon won its eighth game m Minnesota, league play once-defeated i n although an early Junior Hi Beats Bentoh, 41 to 28 ten starts this season by defeating Benton, 41 to 28, in the Junior high gym here. . The first half was fairly close, before with Harrisburg pulling away to sressional committee whether or iot they were Communists pleaded innocent today to charges of contempt of Congress. They were arraigned uv.».\/iv nun .m*iim««. e r ----= * Federal District Judge Richmond.a substantial lead only to have B Keech He ordered the 10 to Benton come back and narrow the stand trial'for the charge in sepa- gap. However^ after the^first few rate court proceedings beginning ' ' ~' '"" TT " here Feb. 9. Writer John Howard Lawson will be the first to be tried. After his trial is out of the way the other nine will be tried in rapid succession. The last case, involving Lester Cole was tentatively set for March 24. season favorite, meets ^fichigan, ,,.,,..,, ,, contest will be the first in the league for the Wolverines, winners of four out ol seven non-conference clashes. muni aim ijuii aw Lid un. ·"·- season lavonie, meeu iujumgcm, probable forwards, Charlie Meyer another mentioned as a title possi- the center, and Norb Herrman bJHty, at Ann Arbor. The contest and Lou Watson the guards. ' - - . . . Firewagon vs. Precise Offense Probably Watson will be assigned to stop Cook-, a slender speedy sharpshooter who has averaged 20 points in each of Wisconsin's two league triumphs. Last Saturday Watson was the scoring ace for the Hoosiers, netting 16 points in the losing venture against Purdue. Bud Foster was expected to start Cook and Larry Pokrzywinski at forwards. Don Rehfeldt at center, and Doug Rogers and Tom Rippe at guards. If necessary, tiibuch. he can replace Pokrzywinski with Ed Mills, lanky center of last year's championship quintet, In the final league game Ohio State's sophomore five travels to Illinois, and each team has a record of one victory and one loss in Big Nine competition. The Illini, top title favorites when the league campaign began, were doped to beat the Bucks on the Champaign floor. Northwestern's hapless five, which has won only one of seven *ll * A «4. A » XVttC't/iT*Tl Announce Plans For Overseas Air Parcel Post minutes of play Harrisburg was never less than four points ahead. The first quarter ended 10 to 5 and at half time the lead of the Beltzmen was 19 to 14. Harrisburg increased its lead to 29 to 21 during the third period and outscored the Franklin county bSys, 12 to 7, in the final frame. Coach Louie Beltz started Shewmake. Gholson, Carnes, Guard and 'Horning, but H. Johnson, Hanning, |j. Johnson, Hurd, McNew and Smith also saw considerable ac- 'tion. ' Next contest will be next Thursday, when Marion comes here for a contest. Postmaster Gen^Jeje^M- Q uentin StinSOH JUNE MIYSGN PETER LAWFORD PATRICIA MARSHAU JOAr! iV.cCRACKEK Elected Captain Donaldson has ~ plans have been completed by the Post Office Department for the rt£ C|| , early inauguration of Air Parcel Ur I U Post Service between the United TT ^. r4 . T T7 States and those countries in Eu- CARBONDALb, "*·.-----, rope, the Middle East, Africa and Star center Quentm Stinson of the Near East where agreements Eldorado has been elected cancan be worked out for the placing tain of the Southern Illinois Tjm- in operation of such a service. '--~ ;t " ««««««~««"i'-wi" lead to add height to his lineup. Michigan school versity the Maroons the Tonite 6 p. m. -- Saturday 1:30 p. m. Double Feature -- 12c and 35c ference scrap. » Bull Dogs-Orphans Game Top Tilt in South Six Tonight The Harrisburg-Centralia bas- jketball game at Centralia tonight is the top tilrhrthe South Six conference with the Bull'- Dogs record two wins and a loss in loop play, attempting. to mar the un-1 blemished South ="· """* of Centralia. The ceiandV Senegal,. Gold South' Africa, Algeria, Tunisia, No. 2, Shown at All l:b y t.-c feet-four-incher bounder, and his greatest value team. The six- is a great ire- Egypt, Palestine, ~ Saudi Arabia, Syria and India. haZ'been under"the°basket where Ratification of the agreements hjs power nas regularly proved with the respective foreign coun-j t o be a Deciding factor in many tries-instituting the new-service ;Southern victories, and the effective dates will be an-1 In the scor i ng column, Stinson nounced as soon as they are work- has becn dependable, generally nA nttt nnrJ rirwntfr1 hpt.WfcCn thC i · - . _ _ _ » U « tnn fVr- f V i n 5/MI. ed out and accepted between the United States and the individual nation involved. These announce- * limitations and any other neccssary to send air pa , *?». Electric 174R1 Add Circuits 2nd Many More Outlets Fora brisker outlook on Ac New ycar,»na!c Adequate Wirin 3 a "must" on your list, to s«vc you skater conven- ·cnce for Ac appliances you Have, ar.d the otli«t» you wiU buy to make livins more pleasant Lar S c cnougl. wires, cnou S J circuits, p!cnty of outlets are necessary to assure qukk, easy use of these household helpers that save work, save time. More and more"; pcopfc are lmn S electrically and enjoying the difference. Join the modern living movement, but be jure your electrical wiring is adequate. knocked off'every conference team except Harrisburg. Other South. Six conference games tonight find Benton at Marion and Mt. Vernon at West Frankfort. Saturday night the only conference game carded brings the Marion Wildcats, defeated by the Bull Dogs 57 to 51 at Marion, to Harrisburg for a return contest. . Other southern Illinois games Friday night:' Cave-in-Rock at Galatia. Sparta at Carbondale. Bridgeport at Mt. Carmel. Sesser at. Carbondale University high. Carterville at Elkville. Pinckneyville at Anna-Jonesboro. Flora at Olney. Murphysboro at Chester. Herrin'at Zeigler. Metropolis at Carmi. Lawrenceville at Robinson. Games to be played by southern eel post overseas. thern team. ncar the top for the Sou- Report Stricken Russian Ship in Danger of Capsizing TOKYO. Jan. 9.--i"-K-- Eyewitness reports from pilots flying overhead said today that the Russian motorship Dvina appeared to be in imminent danger of capsizing and spilling her 800 passengers into the Pacific ocean. The ship was being buffeted by mountainous, seas. Water al- icady stood six feet in her hold. The pilots said that a rescue ship apparently had taken the Dvina under tow but that she was wallowing in liic troughs of the huge waves. Li. L. J. Fitzsimmons, Bloom Carrier Mills Beats Crab Orchard, 81-55, In Independent Tilt The Carrier Mills Catskinners. an independent basketball team, defeated the Crab Orchard independents. 81 to 55. last night at Carrier Mills. Fort, six foot five inch center for Carrier Mills, scored 33 points. . Saving the Milk Milk should be stored in the refrigerator upon delivery, as ligh: destroys some of its riboflavin. vitamin G- r "Jungle Girl," on Saturday at Sunday 2 p. m. -- Mosidoy 6 p. nri. 12c and 35c V" ^ "*'. "?"· ,,.* RICHARD CONTE GILBERT RfOLAND AC" . ' /i«. , t - ..,»..;.. , - ^ · T r* "~ ' - . · - - » " VjiilllCA lu in; j«a»tw v* ,jvi«v..v.... ( ~ -- ~- _ - - . . . Illinois teams Saturday night in-]field. K J.. piloted a . · 1 «l-i«-irt *t-Kt/*li flnw n\*f*r West Frankfort at Hcrrin. Carmi at Charleston. Murph\-sboro at Johnston City. Fairficld at Bridgeport Furloughed Mentol Patient Held For Killing Father INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. 9--a'.I!'-Police today held a 38-year-old f«r- loughed mental patient who was ACIOOATEWIRIKG ISIARBE EKOU6H WIRES EE006H C1RC01TS PLEKTY OF OUTLETS SEE YOHR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR CENTRAL ILLINOIS PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY rescue · U V ' U * *"*· V * » J ^ - B V * - * - ^ - -- - - _ I plane which Hew over the stricken | ! \cssel. He said Russian patrol boat No. 30 "appeared" to nave| secured a line to the waterlogged! Dvina. ] Fitzsimmons said that "at times, she appeared close to turning over completely." , Forty to 50 persons were huddled" on the bow and fantail oj the Dvina and the ship appeared to be in an "extremely perilous situation. Fitzsimmons reported. Onlv two lifeboats were seen charged with killing his father in the backyard of his parents' home. , . , Dr. Max Bahr, superintendent of the Central State Menial hospital, said Oscar J. Lang, had been a dementia pracox patient] in the hospital, but received a six-months' furlough Nov. t at the request of Oscar E. Lang, 6a. his father and the victim. Police reconstructed the hanging from her davits, leading to speculation that some of the passengers or crow might have Abandoned ship. Princess Anne Leaves Denmark To Join Michael COPENHAGEN. Jan. 9--CR)-(Princess Anne of Bourbon Parma. " «A J7f 1 ^NYtALS£feV5CE TO INDUSTRY. BUS.NESS 'AND HOME '" shooting through testimony of two hri?py and srn i]ing, boarded neighbors, who said they saw the ; or d" express today to join exiled younger Lang step from the Lang Kins j M, c },ael in Switzerland and garage with a 16-gaugc, double- j ^haps arrange a wedding day. barrel shotgun. Allen and \%*?.field Sutphin said they saw Lang fire both barrels at his father. - Early Disarmament Czar Alexander t of Russia i 1816 proposed disarmament of ns tions. \ nnc ^3 snc expected to re- re , in in Switzerland about two wcc fcs. During that time it is expected -tint her marriage to Michael will be discussed. - -- --- . The Daily Register, 20c ;» WCCK, by carrier boy. 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