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January 13, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 3

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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISB.UBG, ILL., TUESDAY. JANUARY 13. PAGE TUREEN BIRTHS Social and Personal Items ·* , \t tic first warning oont d f t a y ! ^;Stn few drops irt-*°!.^;it HMH.V W v Officers Installed By Midway and 1'ride of Midway Officers of Midway lodge No. 043, 1. O. 0. I'\, and Pride of Midway Hebekah lodge. No. 679. were installed in a joint installation ceremony Thursday evening, in accordance with the request, of the Kcbekah State Assembly president, Florence Spier. The hall was beautifully decorated with flowers and greenery provided with the compliments of the Sloan Flower shop. Visitors from several other lodges were in attendance, as well as the families and friends of local lodge members. The installing staff consisted of 1 j t h c following: Oscar gingery, deputy grand master; Lee Morse, deputy grand warden: Earl Wilson, deputy grand treasurer; Clarence Uixon. deputy grand secretary; Koy Chancy, deputy grand guard-' jinir Dan Gholson. deputy grand ,,«,» chaplain; Hoy Iludnell. deputy _ _ grand marshal; Cordelia York, ~ deputy marshal for the Ucbekahs. Odd Fellow officers installed were Herman Owens, noble grand; Walter Shewmaker, Jr., vice grand; Albert Reynolds, recording secretary; Clarence Dixon, financial secretary: Earl Hancock, treasurer; Lee Morse, warden: Earl Hancock, conductor; Ellis ftl. V. K. Clul* Entertained !'·· Mrs. Steve I'U7.sik The M. V. K. club was entertained at its weekly meeting Thursday evening by Mrs. Steve I'uzsik, South Shaw street. The birthday of the hostess was also celebrated at the meeting, and she was presented with a lovely gift from Ihc club members. Door prizes were awarded Mrs. .loo White and Mrs. Paul Totli, and the hostess was assisted in serving refreshments of nut cookies. raisin nut cake, ice cream and coffee by Mrs. Louis Kato. Mrs. Warren Reiner and Miss I'earl Gall. In attendance besides those mentioned were Mesdames Matt Yu h::s, Frank Kapas, Joe Gall, Steve Revenue Bureau's Advice: T File '48 Estimate Tax Until Last Minute , , , Mazaros. Andy Kevish,. Alex Gall, .loe llorvalh, Mary Malic, Louis ' ..... ' "»· Kapas, Bill Kovach; \Ye Repair Every Make Electric Range A call to Ska«s will bring an «St immcdialel to service SJsUnr. Parts for all we known makes available. AH enS and parts guaranteed for iTmonths! Glad to otter free estimates. PHONE 37 FOU SKAGGS- was announced tnat the next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Louis Gall. Party Celebrates Sixth Birthday of Linda Ilae Disney Little Linda Rae Disney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Disney, 20 North Club street, was six years old Friday, and in honor o'f the occasion a birthday party was given that afternoon at her I'sfll 1 l l U U V W * . r H » V . V « * V A » I * - W » , j_»i.*.j i - -- Pankev, chaplain; Ben Knight, mu-1 P arcnts home, sician Luther Gullv. right scene! A number of little friends came supporter: Dan Gholson, left scene with pretty packages containing supporter- Earl Wilson, right sup- g»ta for her, and after they had po?tcr to the noble grand; Ben enjoyed playing g ames,_for which Sisk, left supporter to the noble grand; Roy Iludnell, right supporter to the vice grand; John Dunn, left supporter to the vice grand: Charles Ewcll, inside guardian; Finlcy Barger, outside guardian. The following were installed as Rebokah officers: Bernice Sowels, prize's were awarded Linda Kay Pelhank and Charlene Boone, refreshments of cake and ice cream were served. Present were Sammie Potter, James Modglin, Ronnie McDermott, Linda Kay Pelhank, Juanita Joyce Jenkins, Carolyn Morse, Charlene and Bobby Boone, Jo- Income tax clerks dig out of their annual paper blizzard. Internal Revenue officials dont want them flooded by a rate thaw. tax noble grand: Margaret Schmitz, ~------.--;,- ----·' ·~~\;~L a ~~ t vice grand: Velma Pankcy. record- scph' and Eva Gatwis Margaret hi secretary; Nina Vaughn, finan- Ann Small and Linda Rae. cial secretary; Sarah Reynolds, : treasurer; Opal Sisk, warden: p n | p n H n r Blanch Lauderdalc, conductor; V - U I C H U U I Ethel Hudnell, right supporter to Q-f the noble grand; Marcel la Absher, left supporter to the noble grand; I Virginia Goodwin, chaplain; Hazel York, outside guardian; Louise | Pierce, inside guardian; Jose- j phine Gwin. right supporter to the vice grand; Thelma Burroughs, | left supporter to the vice grand; j a n d Nora Wavering, musician. Drug to Aid Ui@ Penicillin And Streptomycin INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 13.--«I- --The Indiana section of the Amer ican Chemical Society today was ing the usefulness of many potent ELECTRIC CO. home 01 Mrs. Katheleen Barker, £08 Dorris street. A special prayer service will Orval be held tonight at 7 o'clock at noble the Gaskins City Baptist church, noble! All members 01 the church are arugs. Red Blood Must Be ilYouUT® Fee! fiilve Thousands Now Regaining Old Time Pep.Vigor and Drive By Releasing Vibrant EnergyTo Even-Muscle, Fibre, Cell Orersori. undue worry, and l?.c^ of ccr- tita JwxJs oft»n reduces the red-blood iSensth -- ar.d starved, ·weah. puny Wood jus: hasn't the power to Keep up jws nerfT? ar.rt drive. Srtrj Cay--every hour--rrJlHon-; o'. tlsy rrt-siood-cells must pour forth 1 frcn the njarrox o' your bone? to replace thos» that arc worn-out. A low blood cox:at mi\y r.Ucct you In several WITS' -o appetite. ur.dTvrcSsbt. no estrgj. rur.-do'j.n condition, lack of reslr.ir.ee to injection ant! disease. r:oo: «!-o-vr. tha*. SSS Ton:c Is »air.n;'.7 rr^tlvo in bul'dm,! up low o'.ooa strength In ncn-ornt2lc nutrl- Florcnce Noonan and Iludnell were the retiring grands. The Rebekah grand, vice grand and,past noble urged to attend, grand . were presented gifts from the members. ! It was announced that the Re- jbekahs plan to have a school of instruction on Jan. 26. Initiation night will be in February. Muddy W. H. S. Meets With "Mrs. Elmer Bowman The \V. M. S. of the Aluddy Baptist church held its regular monthly meeting, Thursday, at the home of Mrs Elmer Bowman. The business meeting was held in the morning and a pot luck dinner followed at the noon hour. The topic for the month, "Sixty Years in Royal Service," was discussed. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Mahaffcy and son. Dennis; Mrs. Owen Disney and son, Davie: Mrs. Carsa Gardner, Mrs. Luther Brinkley, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Dann and daughter, Jcanette; and the hostess, Mrs. Bowman. Jordan (Hop) Disney, of Muddy, who underwent major surgery at the Lighlner hospital Friday morning, is reported as improving. He will be hospitalized for quite some lime. The circles of the Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday at 2 p. m. as follows: Mary Seten at The now compound also was cited os a' -definite aid" as relief for h.-.y fever victims. The report on "histadyP ..__ made by Dr. M. H. Mothershill ol the Lli Lilly Research Laboratories Medical department. The doctor pointed out that in the pasi, v/hen a patient receiving regular doses of a drug suffereo. By S. BURTON HEATH WASHINGTON--(NBA)-- Here is a word of advice from the Bureau of Internal Revenue: Do NOT file an estimate of your tax on 1948 income, this year, until the last minute. The last minute is midnight of March 15. The reason NEA Service has been, asked to broadcast that ad vice is this: Congress is expected to revise the personal income tax law early this year. That revision is ex peeled to apply to all or most in come received during 1948. It i generally assumed that the re vision will include permission fo all husbands and wives to spli their joint income, as those n Community Property law state now can. This would consider ably reduce the amount of ta clue. , There is strong sentiment for increasing the personal exemption allowed lor each member of the tax family, from the present $500 to a larger figure--possibly S800 each. That would make some change in the amount of tax due. Finally, there is the possibility of a downward revision of tax rates. _ The Bureau of Internal Revenue is not assuming anything about what Congress will do in any-of these respects--or whether President Truman will veto such a bill --or whether, if he does, the bill will be passed over his veto in tnis presidential election year. But the Bureau aoes want to avoid a flood ot estimates--accompanied by partial payments -based upon the old law, which then have to be amended downward, often witn claims for refund ol the payments already " i f action on a new tax law is not taken by- the middle of March there is no option, under the law, except to file an estimate and then amend it later -. making.extra work for taxpayers and Bureau like, and putting both to needless expense. For everybody's sake, the Bu- icau hopes' that every taxpayer now required to file an estimate v ill wait as 'long as possible to set what Congress -and the President do. ^ u III Ub I U H w \ v a . i * i u i y kjt-ivu m , - - o -- -- - -- -, , the-'home ol Mrs. Perry Moore, i Fide reactions such as 118 South Jackson street; Nelia Gregg at the home of Mrs. Harry Moore, RFD 1, five houses west 01 Pickford's green house on Route v.as necessary to halt ... _ meni. He said it now has been found "possible to continue to give vuch patients penicillin, strep- ·.MS.3...C JlJ.\.fJ ··· i J V i i 1^ i I J U : l - V * KiliAi- 3j too little or -;ca:;ty--th'is the stem- Mi ·sill have little cni:v to i;?t ba'.ky *S2i £«. bloat and jjsvc o2 tliat sour DOS': wait! Sr.«r«1:«. yoi:r bodv -srlth rei.:rt-b:oocS. Start or. FSS Tonic now ' 'toro-i; b'col sur~c.s throuciio-ut Dunn Funeral Wednesday 2 p. m. Funeral services for W. R. Dunn. 81, who died Monday at the home cf his son. Esco Dunn, in Harrisburg. will be held on Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the chapel of 1 icKloru s green nuuau un ixuuit t *.». ^-~-- t ---- -- - . T,-" 13 Sarah Wiedemann, at the home tcmycin and other drugs to whicn of Mrs. G. C. Batcheldor, 213 South they have yecome . aller §V; n ^ Vine street and Carrie Wilson, periods as long as tnree montns al?he home ot Mrs. H. J. Aldrichjoy the concurrent administration 308 East Walnut street and not o! histadyl. with Mrs. B. W. Henley, origin- allv announced. A group of 16 patients suffering from drug allergies were given iubtadyl by mouth, he reported, There will be a special meeting' and in alf but one o£ these the tonight at 7:30, Oriental lodge No. 545. The State Minin,, board will meet tomorrow 9 a. m. until 2 p. m.. at tl dorado Mine Rescue Station. The Loyal Women's Bible class of the Christian church will meet Wednesday at the church for ar. all-day quilting with a covered dish luncheon at noon. All members are urged 'o be present and visitors arc welcome. Quite" unofficially, the Bureau's personnel joins the nations tax- Saers in hoping that Congress will decide the new tax law m time to cover March 15 estimates. SlPeTCenToT Safety Violations Corrected by Mines WASHINGTON. Jan. 13--«HJ-- The Bureau of Mines reports that 59 ner cent of federal mine safe- t°v" Salons found in 535 coal Sines last July have been fully or Secre- I the urugs "for indefinite periods." tary O f Interior J. A. Krug yester- Examininfe The doctor said that ol 21 hay day sai d the record shows a LTOW from fever sufferers tieaicd with hista- de finite iTMP rovem ^,' JnnnfcoS ., *h« £i ' dvi 15 receiving daily doses of co d e adherence in bituminous coal Mrs. Minnie Hamilton will be; devotional leader and Leonard Gooden the speaker at prayer services at the Christian church v. TMi- 15 receiving TaFly doses of ^ 20(Mhousandth? o£ a gra m it-ported complete relief, and three obtained pariial relief. None ol the patients, he said, showed severe or persistent side effects. Ike for President Boom Moving Fast (Continued from page one) m code deviations 35 per cent corrected 17 per cent in the process ofbeing corrected and no action taken on the remaining 48 per There is a lot of prairie slates sentiment for Ike, loo. ncsday at 7 p. m. invited to this service. Sxylv. Kr«-»tcr Jrcshncss and ! The Daily Register. 20c a week. Buy. Guaranteed ;RTY 1 v , i i v * i % . i » · . ^, ·- ^ V . H H i i i V . l * V **** *-*%N- j ·.·w -- The public is. if Republicans were sure they ! could lick President Truman next November they probably wouldnt -- I i\o\cmDcr Limy i«v*i«tuij »»*/«·«.. The Dorris Hcichts Home Bureau | give Eisenhower a second thought, lit will meet Thursday at 1:30 ^ j s an unknown quantity, po- · ·· " *---' litically. The Republicans ""' unit ;0t U L i U V l l l * - ,*.··!* ^^tf f- -r- -- - - - --· stuck that wav in 1940 when the J;;tc Wendell Willkie kidnapped the presidential nomination right from under noses of men who thought they were running ine Republican national convention. The facts seem to be that from Kansas to Pennsylvania a lot ol Republicans are scared. They are blasting Mr. Truman's proposals to congress as a re-hash of The new deal but they cannot forget, j cither, that for many long years tl.crc was political magic in simi- And the Rcpubh- mines ^ found that of STRONG unit win .n\-vv ·» -- --. - · p. m. at the home ol Mrs. Robert Boj ett. The T. E. L. class of the First Baptist church will meet with Mrs. John Small, 208 South Vine street, tonight at 7:30. The executive committee of the W M S of the First Baptist church will meet at the church Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. Inc igram to follow at 2 p. m. vull in charge of Circle E. AH \vhr attended the recent mi nii.-»ujvo. *»..« ..-- ---. stud" cou?,c at The First Baptist cans desperately «ant to vrm »his lcmplc ' U. S., Greek Officials Meet fo Iron Out Defense Differences ATHENS. Jan. 13--1IT.»--Ameri- can and Greek officials met toda - j In addition, state mining departments of 14 out of 25 coal- nroducing states reported on ac- SSrf U take g n to comply with safety code standards. Of 6,589 coae deviations in 488 mines, state mm- iS agencies reported 40 per cent efmSated 20 p Pe r cent being cor- 1G Of d 5,279 code deviations in 45 mines, mine owners or operators Sported that 54 per cent were eliminated, 23 per cent oemg cor- re Under the Federal Mine Safety Code, state ncies, mine owners AsOae, sww as fcii% -'--"· : j ,.. _,, or operators are requested to report to the bureau within three months after a federal inspection. States reporting to the bureau were Illinois. Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missoun. Montana. New Mexico. Ohio. Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Washington and West Virginia. States not reporting were Alabama Arizona Arkansas. Colorado. Io\va, Sigan. North Dakota Pennsylvania; Utah, Virginia and ^jom- e to this functional 'cause? Vj-s^.^' ·,"· ~"~f pt-ricxj peculiar ··- :-£" ^ s : " l!; ^^c ?«»sv:- ^ " ~ T i~J''".^~'' i '' t '^ "ffl c:»Tnn»y, ro's Vegetable to witwc (you !). This «"** TIM what Doctors c*ll tonic effect. NOTEi Or TO* wi»T - PINKHASTS TABtOS wl.Ji «W^ i««. "t'^^S^^^.v v. v . ·----·*· wtautins Z3Q *.' I C.3 ^^r ypn m*j t ..,.^~ " ' .___ · " · 1 * ol '-'OTinlRs drugs. It PINKHASTS TABtETS wlA uiA-i* in*' Lv ^ia E. Pinkham's VEGETABIE COMPOUND Gandhi Embarks On New Fast ing. Negro in Prison At Time of Slaying Of Zeigler Youth to be Wash in the «n*h*d lane slaying of Zeigler was in the Nul of Michigan rather than watch --- - , province fighting spread and dcs- ' leader of India's Hm- C Snd!v Breakfasted failed to keep American aid ol- iiciais informed of his plans, e state prison at the time of the o Walker of the State Crime Detection Bureau said JaKe Bird was not released from the i Michigan prison until .Aug. 2'. sun. G. D. informed government c will touch oven fruit juice. SuTE'A^ncVd'iharg^-lo! the AM SStSnUtm arc seeking ^ of ^ernmcn llCialS I H J O I H I U U vi «"o !'·"·"· ...11^111^,0.. i-. ·v'f.arn marl c cased the rational defense corps 1946 a m0 nlh aifter a ^S", 3 ,; without authorization, and refused | Shot Nu n fatally and ej'"""'"^: tc cooperate in l.e Amen -an- j assaulted his companion. Miss Mar- sponsored program to reduce tnc ion B owlin of Valicr. 1 1 --~ ' State's Attorney Max Mitchell had asked that Bird be questioned about the Null killing. Bird, who is awaiting execution for the murders of two women in Tacoma last 13 sponsre rolls of government employe* Gen. William G. UTM* \id Mission, and »»·»·--juci» vu twu «vm«-« ··· -------leaders were to'ng October, recently confessed the DI evince 1Cm J**mf d"* if I must," he told ··"* * 4 T«/^ m^ntiV* Or3\ T * l.is followers at the nigni PM meeting ^herc ** »'rst an- 2 to ena ?/·« ernmeiu :tMiivia "*... -. 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