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January 14, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

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IAGB FOUB TJIE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, HA.., WEDNESDAY, J A N U A R Y M, 19-18 CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines Will Not Quit (1) Notices MOVING, LONG OR SHORT DIS- tance. Also, coal hauling, No. 5 vein lump and stoker coal, oil treated. Kane's Moving and Hauling Service. Pho. 299R or 884R. (4) For Sale (Continued) (5) Wanted 1938 BUICK CENTURY SEDAN. TO RENT 2 OR 3 .MODERN UN- very clean. Phone 1174R. 165-tf furnished rooms, downstairs, 2 in 'family. Can give reference. Pho. '41 PLYMOUTH SEDAN AT AN- .498R1. ' derson's Gulf Service Station, U., lei! Russia Chicago Symphony Orchestra Fires Noied Conductor | CHICAGO, Jan. 14-- l'.D-- Artur iKodzinski, noted symphonic con- iductor. was out of a job today for 'the second time in less than a United Press Staff Correspondent ' -VC f 5' O t"- · · ^ , WASHINGTON, Jan. 14~(1'.P)_. ' l h c Chicago Symphony Orchcs- I5y R. H. SHACKFORU Tl.e United Slates will serve form- ra announced silst night that it / · 1 a · * (2) Business Services DAVE'S WELDING SERVICE: Portable, arc and acetylene; just as near as your phone. Call tel. 1078R-1 or 104 W. O'Gara. * 166-3 MOVING -- LONG OR SHORT S. Rts. 13 45. $750. A bargain at TRANSPOKAT10N TO C, *165-3 ' dale Sat. morn.: must be there : Jby 8 a. m. Call tel. 1235R before PERMANENTS, OIL MACHINE- 5 p. m. or 730R-3 after f. 166-2 less $4 complete. Lou's Beauty I Shop, 1230 S. Granger, Tel. 725R".! POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM. , had fired Kod/mski because of 165-5! We pay top prices. Sugar Creek iProduce. Phone 918R. 123-tf 4 GOOD USED DINING ROOM j suites, walnut finish, priced reason- 1 RIDER. TO PHOENIX, ARIZ., night. Pho Louie- G. 166-3 distance. Also coal hauling No | ab ly. Attend our used furniture 5 vein lump and stoker coal, oil i sa j e . Joc Gidcumb, 13-15-16-18 W.' treated. Harrisburg Tramsfer Co.,; church, 1-2 block'west of Post ! WANT TO BUY AUTOMATIC GAS , T *" L *"· " 7-u ' Office. 165-2 (water heater. Even-body's Drug!)" 0 may make it there for Americans" ! nc C , I1(I of l ast season a f t c r resign- it was learned authoritative^ to- ins / ro ^ ! he New York Pnilhai- ' ' * ( ; a y. monic Orchestra. The United States also will warn ! R °dzinski's departure from the that any moves designed to force ,Now . York orchestra. though less Former Local Man Presents Gold Pass To President Truman A press dispatch from Washington today told ul President Truman's receiving a new gold pass to the annual Aineuc.'.n Hi-gioii fair at Caruthcrsvillc. Mo. The pas', was presented in Washington by Ralph Hutchison and Leonard *Limbough of Carutheiv ville. Hutchison is a torrner liar- risburg man. Parley Jo Qyi! Soon, SSassen WASHINGTON', Jan. M--O!-- Juke Box, Pinball Licenses Due Feb. 1 Chairman Karl Vinyard of the Saline County Board of Supervisors today announced that licenses lor juke boxes, pinball machines operated for amusement, or t-kill and for operation of lodging places for transients outside corporate limits of towns are due before Feb. 1. The county board passed a ieso- Intion licensing the above at the regular meeting of the board Nov. 20. 1947. The resolution calls for an annual license of $25 for each pinball machine. $10 lor each juke box. $25 for each hotel, rooming house or boarding house, and camps and courts providing space on a rental basis for parking of trailers, and · Store, Tel. 800. only business. 0. R. Euford. Ciu Hall Bldg., Mt. Vernon, 111. 132 tf CAR WASHING. SEE ORVAL Uurfee at Saline Motor Co. 132-tl SALES AND SERVICE FOR RUMMAGE. ALL "CLOTHING i hglf-priced at the Curiosity Shop 3 PASSENGERS TO beginning Saturday. 166-3 , Ics, leaving Friday ,'Tel. 1133W. the Americans to abandon Berlin !straincd than his breach with the provoked by iy by merging the German! opened. Rod- Electrical Contractor Wiring. Kepairin». Radios, Washing M;u-hi, H .J Complete Line O f Electiical Phone 126R mm ELECTRIC \V. Kim St. DYED CONEY FUR COAT. PR AC-!. tically new, size 14; new wedding TO RENT OK LEASE. SMALL and engagement ring set. 221 W. Lincoln. 165-3 Blectrolux cleaners. John Hodge, ( _ Tel 922R. _ 109 ' tf I QUALITY CLOTHING FOR EV- ^; occupation zones and stated blunt-i z i n s k ' complained about the numly: "There is no room in Berlin I ^ er °f concerts he was scheduled farm in Saline county. Cash rent. Write Box YY. care Daily Register. lor adherents of the partition ot.' t o conduct personally. WATTTTW f c v c ^ « i r « « TM . by Smokey Joyner W R E C K E R SERVICE DAY Service." ery member of the family reduced QUICKIES , , to rummage sale prices beginning ' iei - Saturday at the Curiosity Shop. : i ' 166-3 : 1 . . .. ....^rr.T... ...- i- ' li)0 ACRE FAKM ABOUT 3 :,iIuEc northwest of Galatia. Frank Whiil, '""tf '· Nickerson, Kansas. "164-4 K«MI nen I FIVE-PIECE BREAKFAST SET.! i red and white enamel v. ith rc!, leatherette seats. Very cood eon · |2A) Bus. Opportunities FOR PRIVATE PARTIES OR' d i t i o n - P riccd for 3 u * ck sale a l ' banquets phone County 54F11. · ?22 - 95 - Sotcn Furriuure Store The Country Club. " . 103-tf · 164 (3) For Rent 3-RM. HOUSE WITH STOOL AND 'RUMMAGE CLEARANCE SALE beginning Saturday, Jan. 17. at '· the Curiosity Shop. 166-3 , Germany." Offer Still Open J^Il^i " II the Hussians break up four power control of Berlin, that would "At the request of Mr. Rodzinski, during the .summer his obligation was reduced from 71 concerts to 67 and then to 62 con- ever to uo w i t h his decision to iclurn to private lile. "It is obvious.' said Paulcy. "that he iStassen) uoukl IIKO to J Uuim credit tor biingmg a o o u t ' my resignation ..'id ;. 0 ',;:n mislead the public. 'Jlie fact is. as I have i " weak any semblance of four pow-! cert s," the association said, "and j bl ' ltfcd: v -hen my job is , 'er rule oi Germanv." a policy- because of'illness and his com- x l ;lan to lL ' avc tllc department! , making official said. * "We oifere'd plaint of overwork eight concerts ^ lhe Arm --'- lX - ot befoie. I e.v ithe policy of economic unification *° r which he was scheduled have j to the occupiers o£ all German | already been missed." ·~~es but only the British accept- -it. -ihat offer is st.ii open. Should Prepare Now Tnat's not partition, i "We don't intend to get out oi Berlin regardless of what the soviet Union does. We will fight every move in that direction anc tsfit vigorously against any thin;. For Meat Rationing, Anderson Says TOPEKA, Kan., Jan. 14--C.R_ tney do to make our position there' Anticipating a meat shortage that f l ' f f i " i i l f nr !intf»nnhla *' * I W i l l S\vin?f nilhlir* n n i n i r t n in f^*'r*- cult or untenable. Ever\ t and in Germany | vately that the Russians ! will swing opinion in favcr pect this 10 be iornc- nme tins month." r'auloy. former treasurer of the Democratic National committee and a close friend of President 1 ru- j nan, denounced as a "display oi i fraudulenee" Stamen's c n u r g e s ' that he profited tron^ "inside j information in his mar..et dealing, j Pauley's latest blast came in | response to Stassen's 'k-mand-that Picsident Tiuman oust iym im- American official here oi meat rationing, See. oi Agn-' mediately because ot im big mar- ;rmany \vouid admit pn- culture Clinton P. Anderson said kcc operations, lhe California o n ] drive American, British and French out ot Berlin and even out ot could | today "we should go ahead and kitchen sink. C. A. E. Hauptmann,; SINKS AND B-VT'I FiXTbliiiS I , 323-W. Church. 166-1' Builders' Lumber " Co Carrier! "Here's a Regisler \\aiu Ad-sll Germany by force with 152. i urging young marked men to get [ greatest of ease. the assemble rationing materials now." At a press conference, Anderson said that if meat rationing FURNISHED APART- ment, no children. Tel. 333W. 'e-RM. SEMI-MOD. HOUSE. NOW dangerous?" -.: 164-3 empty. Bargain. Must be sold LARGE SLEEPING ROOM ^OE man; has bath. 412 E. Locust. ' *164-3' _7 . !moie iasuraiice--aie women tiiat! But these officials are certain j i t - , comes "we should be ready for t the Russians have nothing of tfiat Anderson said to start from ' sort in mind inasmuch as they scratch if rationing %vere enacted 'MAKE EASY MONEY ALL YEAR!! 'have many other methods of mak- iing the west's position in Berlin untenable, if they wish to do so. 2-ROOM FURNISHED APART ment. 733 Longley, Dorrisville., 849R2. 1S6-' Ao*rf ALLMIi'E LUbKICA I «:,,·. s^iv i Sell Everyday All-Occasion Greet-. ^ = . -----,\ice. See K. Dunn. Saline Mousing Cards. Stunning 15-card '"Li- alwan I ;ihft?3lfV f s tSe~' C °- l3-2-tj:iac- ass 9 rttnent. You make 50c i vfJCH iaUUialUly 'cash profit on fast $1 seller. Gift '·' 120-ACRE F A R M , M O S T L Y ' wraps; personal stationers- ,_ i RfJOAT FFFTPTT^rv HI? c;r FFP" S b - lac1 ^ Ia '7 d . aod 4 ° a {? e s tiled ' a11 ,other assortments, retail.low as ^? 00 *L EF !^IENCYOR SLE . Ep - limed. Water and lights. 2 1-2-60c. Experience unnecessary. Get room. Pickford Flower Shor ; mi i es of Harrisburg, $85 per acre. 16--n Hauptmann Real Estate, 323 W. J911 Wav, Elmifa~N Y Church. 166-2' ". ~ _' _^ *166-1 Air, would result in a "wild scramble.' It would take "some time" to set up the program and issue "rationing evidence," meaning stamps, cards or whatever would be used. "It would be the better part oi wisdom to spend a small amount of money now to get ready, even should rationing not be decided upon," Anderson Said. (4) For Sale r o l (COAL A \ n A s D r i D I G IR / - T - C A A CLEA RUMMAGE SALE AT 100 W. COL-j Call City Coal Yard. lefee, from 2 p.. m. Thursday. Fur(' coat, suits, dresses etc. 166-2 I32-tf CHAMPAIGN, 111., Jan. 14--OLE) --At least 1.000 samples of air and man retorted sharply that tiansaciions have been "complete- I/ legal and ethical." Investigators closed the booki on the case oi Biig. Gen. Wallace H. Graham. uie \\nite Iloue physician, yesterday. Graham testified that he h^d no "ir.side" ii. toimation to giiide him in nu buying and selling. Graham saui he rehed solely on the advice ol his broker. He admitted makiiiy a prolit ot 56,165 in conirnoa:t\ cnielly wheat, last fall. Fairfield Man Dies Following - - i - - i i ' . - - ' · · ,, i * T i rT- -- V. . '--AI least i.uuu samples oi air ana \ , ·» . -, , / T c V ' K R i SSL TM* * ^^ S ^$- A ^ fr ^ IJUnols .mines^lU be Auto-Truck Crash janalj-zed each month at the state 'mines laboratory on the University MT. VERNON, 111.. Jan. 14.--(U.I!) _.! \VASSON COAL A N D STOKER 5 - ROOM FULLY MODERN .J:.ckbOi Ice Coal. Tel 256. 1S2-U house, furnace, full basement, ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,, ^ ,, - __ -, newly decorated, located in very : CALENDAR RuFiLLS AND Nt\V ;York. Florida, and New England !^,-^ inrf ifobd 'neichborhood "~ e »*-J-- i.a'(»Tiriar naHc Haprichiira Print.. ..,,,,,_.,, T-_ *_.: r · · · · mining TWs is a very erty- and $?;000. , ! bonuses. Average earnings S5": $JOne of Saline county's most'HELM'S PULLORUM PASSED |v.eekl. See B. Williams fro.; TOinplete and best known radio re-' chicks: holder three world's rec the university i when his car collided with a truck state I on State Route 45 last night, foui pair and appliance stores. Dis! ° r ds; R.O.P. sired matings: gov- tributor for Norge, General Elec-' err.ment approved: sexed chicks. trie. RCA and many other popu- F ^e brooding bulletin. Illinoii lar lines. Will inventpr- stock and ' Hatchery. Metropolis. 111. * 156-11 sell fixtures. 1 See this one if you want an established business mak- - NORGE R E F R I G E R A T O R S :-- -««j ,,_,,.. · lilnokstone wasnrvs: hnvs nnr ing good money. ,-,5-room semi-modern home, full; girls'20 and 24-inch bikes, immed- !y in person. south of Fairfield. suffered a fractured The truck was driven by ro ^' ; gation°commission and mine union!Keith of Fairfield. ··-'.'- r.ff,-«;oic- *i,-f t he laboratory was : Scoff Field Chaplain To Address Greater Egypt Ass'n Jan. 22 CARBONDALE. 111., Jan. 14.-(LU?--Base Chaplain Major Clarence G. Strippi of Scott Field will be the speaKer at a meeting here of the Greater Egypt Association Jan. 22. it was announced by Will president «o£ the area roup ; ",» "// won't be long noui--ictjiul got our first certificate fnr the Big Family Sur«psta£« in the Pepsi-Cola 'Treasure Top' Contcitsi" · Look for hidden design under lhc cork in every Pepsi-Cola bottle top. · Enter Pepsi'sgreal$203,725"TreasureTop" Sweepstakes and Contests. « Every entry gets a Treasure Certificate for the big Family Sweepstakes Prize of $25,000.00 Cash. · Collect and swap Pepsi "Treasure Tops"... GET ENTRY BLANKS il'sjun! AT YQUR STORE Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island Cily,N.y. Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. cf Marion BJRTHS 5 166-3 the first of its kind to be set up r ~,by any state. Hc said the laboratory will not one a good home for only 8-room fully modern house,. Basement, with 3-room apartment. NEW PHILCO BATTERY AND Newly decorated, on big lot 50 bv electric portable radio. Ganz Ra- 200. "This property is one of the.dio Shop, W. Poplar St. 165-3 best we have had in a year. You ' can live upstairs and rent down- ' COMPLETE LIM-J «;F DU J'ONJ stairs for 30.00 a month. Located ' Quality Pair.:?. Natiwr-'u Puni! · stairs for $30.00 a month. Located ' Q«J Wallpaper C-x i03-tf NIGHT WAITRESS. APPLY mornings in person. Marge Cafe " loo ' u will furnish information to mine! 7T; 7- '. ~ ~. 7 inspectors. Laboratory techni- lO/ smpJoyirsent Wanted cians will analyze the air samples rTrFVQPn T?VATTTV~ nDTrn \ . for gas c 01 * 6 "" 1 and the coal dust, LICENSED BEAUTY OPERA-'for moisture, carbon dioxide and i9Pipi' antS em P lo y ment - Phone ash content. 1281K1 - 1 i 66 ' 2 , Walker said laboratory operat-' ._ ~ ing costs are expected to be about! (7; LCS5- $3.000 a month. He praised the' 65th General Assembly for pass- ] LIFETI7.1E SIIEAFFER PEN. RE- ' m S, a bill permitting establishment 1 turn to Register. Phillip Hancock.'of the laboratory, and Gov. Dwight' % » 166-1 H. Green for signing it. Thickness of Newspaper The average newspaper sheet, the average human hair, has To Mr. and Mrs. William H. Harbison of Herod a nine pound bo\ at the Lightner hospital Jan. 112. The baby has been named Dsvid Lewis. To Mr. and Mrs. James Mick of Ilarrisburg. RFD 1, a boy bom yesterday afternoon at Lightr.er hospital. on W. Poplar. For good investment property and priced right. ! ' ^-5-room fully modern home.'^AKGE ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC Stoker, blower, built-in cabinets i ^ atcr heater, also side arm gas wa- and hardwood floors, new gas hot : '-" r heater. Everybody's Drug Store, j water heater, 2 car garage. A j Tel. SOO. 164 3 j good buy for someone. Can bor-! ^" . ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ T , · tow $6,000-00 from F. H. A., sell-: MAN'S BROuN OVERCOAT. AP- ing price $8500.00. i PL V at 101 Midkiff Ave. * 164-3 . 4-room semi-modern house.' Good buy at $3500.00. Lazich and Lazich Auto Club Phone 888 -^ 165-2. (8) Found MARKETS Instruction ... ELECTRONICS--RADIO , , - , , -ISTART NOW ON YOUR CA-1~^^. 50 0: LIVESTOCK NATIONAL Jan. 1-1.--(U.PJ-- (USDA) School approved for G. I. Train GOOD LUMP COAL. $6 TON DE-, *-RM. HOUSE IN EQUALITY. |i ng . Xew c i asses starting evcrv ^ 0c TM lce TM Oto 2 "».. S28 to, livered. Tel. 1168W2. 142-tf ! Cecil Walhcn. RL 1. Equality.:month. " S28.2o: top. S28.2o: some later sales. -i ' *164-ij LOUISVILLE RADIO SCHOOL dovm to_ §27.75. Bulk 240 to 300! COFFEE MILL, 6 SELF-SERVICE ---carts, radio. 6ft. aisle display table. COA^-? 5 TO /S ,«,,,,,.,, swivel desk chair. Open till 9 ' * - OGara. tel. 1040\\2 every night, Golish Delicatessen.' 5 Room Fully Modern Home S. Main. S7.JJOO. LAZICH 165-2(FLORENCE OIL STOVE new. Fred Elder, Carrier Mills, 166-1 lesi-gyba Babies FUR over 450 Ibs.. $24 to $24.50 Stags, $17.50 to S21. . CatUc 4.600: salable 4.000: calves ,3.200. all salable. Receipts mod, * v ** \^\^rf» A · v V v *s t »·-' A ^ A J » » » * » - I - - - - - - * , * * · « ^u 4 «4Miv. Jivwijyc^ n Uizc 12. price $40. Artie Robinson, i \EV.' YOKK. Jan. 14--"?» _ f r ? t c to lirzht with less than 20 JTcl. 44R3. Carrier Mills. ' JS4-3;Twenty thouscr.d children concciv- loads of steers offered. Cowsmak-' _____ :^ by artificial insemination ^n the in S "P about 30 per cent " MODERN STREAMLINE STORE United States \verc ruled ic^iti- ·'- ' «· Ui»cnins tiade Sterter - Service AUTO SUPPLY 19 W. Church ROAD SERVICE Father D. J. Doyle Dies at Effingham Where Pastor 30 Years .EFFINGHAM. HU Jan. 14--T?. --The Rev. Father Daniel J. Doyle, pastor of the Sacred Heart church here for the past 30 years, died Ar.loinc Sirnad. 42, row*. $20 to S23: common and iiit'.ed to ir.akc v.cck- mctJjur.i beef cows. $17 to $19: COURTSHIP PATTERN COURTSHIP, w!di its plain, straight shaft and ^-* dainty, restrained floral ornamentation, lias tliat illusive quality of nglilncss, the intangible excellence which makes you so proud to say, 'That's my pattern." . . ; Let us show you Courtship. Its slender grace will speak to you; its warm simplicity will speak for you . . . speak for your good taste, for the instinctive Tightness of your judgment in silverware. Remember folks, It's WIN srd frame. A real bargain, $34 0. iwha was pcrnii Sctcn Furniture Store. lG9-?.-iy visiis lo.thc -. since he cr.mc to , this country from Killarncy, Trc- in 1911. Surviving him arc , . ·t*onieces, Mrs. Julia Durbin. Dc- Stur, l^and Mrs. Joseph Sharp. Mass «:hool, church Luke Bamhill. (4*A) For Trade ^I^Satanlay by Bishop'or washer parts Service on all Volnmc o« i;i a i. rc ppt ., fr^riffin. SorinRfield. Burialjmak?s. Williams Appliance Co. The avorac* Anyone.-. jS c» * w«i«":.~»: f . l t i = c P/vnlar 'Pho 1146W. 123-1! ounces ol bi.irk T^T r^., ^ ·4: 4445; Mandards i sia3 2: 43; ." and 4: 42; current receipt*, 41- dirties 38; cheeks 37. 615 E. Poplar. Fho. 1146W. 123-H « 01 Mark pepper * rear The Daily RcSJitcr, 2oc a week. OK A.V- M A.RT V- W E£*S S VOUtt Oe»VE?5S UCtMCE- 5UT »'D STILL UK£ TO ASK. .VOU ONE MO££ OH - WE'S POiMT-MG TO wouss. OP PJ AUTO '·SFAFLR

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