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legisler Classifieds Bet Results THE AILY STER THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL, MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 3948 NEW SERIES, VOLUME 33, NO. 170 Town And Country '47 was Centennial Month For Saline County FOR OCTOBER 1 O M :v RO " "« t() ^ ,t s - r ed with some- f u f f ' ? ? i lv So more.months l" n " l l , (;ui.«-s we'll maKe it. «^ r t o d l l ....,f* October led up to ,1 celebration, and Clippinger Out Of 24th Dis!. Congress Race Announces He Will Retire at End of Present Term Roy Clippinger, Carmi ncwspa- ·Ihe nir ·'·;;; :,,»n- «».»»^^g; «%'r,U!r';^aS; I'l ] t t l i H * -- ' ' k * , - * l , TM rtnilfi -^ -' o'H'Hcd in tnc court i c n m a l o ; ' " .- sccrctary in n i t ' T * * 1 \I i · ' * * r t k n i v - . o o courts gained mo- n ?,,:'"; he month progressed me ,", n of tin- bearded men pa"la «· . rented suits of the r.-.dcd J u 0 u l l h t . v practiced for the i-icople \\orked on their 'book. "Saline County, a was placed on Couple Escapes From Firs Second lime Within Week Mr. and Mrs. Herbert "Pete" Pyle of Carrier Mills today had , escaped with their lives from two blazing buildings within a icven- dny period. They were sleeping in the hotel at old Shawneetown operated by her father, A. .1. "Curley" Walker, at the time thc building caught fire about 3 a. m. yesterday. The oc'r publisher" and business man, .hotel burned to the ground. On who has represented the 24th l l i i - , j a n . 10 they barely got out of nois district in Congress since t h e ' t h e i r home when fire dest ' late fall of 1945, announced Sat- Pete's giocery, operated by destroyed Mr. urday he would not seek the Re- PylCt an d their apartment u p - , publican nomination : or .e-elcc-;. stairs. P Tells Congress to Forget About Tax Reduction WASHINGTON, Jan. 19--^--v . Baruch told the Sen- Affairs committee to- Lted States .and countries should ee the partici- against aggression, guarantee, I mean a. firm C^ Congressman Clippinger ongi- 1 father since the Carrier Mills fire. nally had indicated he would seek , Yesterday morning \\ r alker saw a lion as Congressman from the 24th j Reports said tnat Mr . and Mrs. ' ** ^ « 0 to' war in joint de- district. ; pyle had been staying with her £ if * of thcm ar g attack-, ed," Baruch said as the first ,non,, u ..j -- . . . . u- u ' Y ·· F government witness called -in »tne re-election in the district which, sma n j,laze in the partitions o£ £ ommiUce hearing on the Mar- was enlarged at the last session o f ' t he house and when he could get ^^ an - -. ' the Illinois Legislature by consoli-1 no walcr to try 19 extinguish it * recommended that a pfo- dation of the 11 original counties , l h c two-story rooming house burst o ^ aru . c ' 1 'fSTM American econ- and four counties from other dis- inlo n amcs ami soon was destroy- °TM"\ TM mad T Dart o f the Marshall icts. . cd, with all its contents. °'"* Ul - "' rp ,, niTinien ded that Con- Coupes.in.^district now i n - j A , so dostroycd was lhe adjacent P 1 TM' ^Tout tax reduction. sale . Then came c ijii.torv was piav-cu «« ^ I h o s e ' t t h o c h o b c t o p a y t h e " K'u names on the covers. ·mated their windows. · the big days. There g and wood chop- v after thc Cen- IN uu.u.ally opened in all s of me county. And free ·e and doughnuts were served t . cct bv qatly garbed gals. U a ' pageant all three " . . . r n ' _ , _ « \\nr- j\isu uuoij v;,i v,v« ..«j v..~ -- ~j-- (jrr»;; lorSCL U u U U t i«.v i;j"~""--' ^: ±'" gt ^,^ inl rd W a ds" Clarence Odum garage and its con- f- sa »JJ" k week, rollback fon. Jefferson. Cto. Edwards, it ~» -"X brick building, only the « ^ ^holdw^es where they, White. Hamilton, Wayne, Saline , id waUs werc standing to - P"ces anu j Martin Says Bill Sent to Truman Can Be Passed Over Veto WASHINGTON, Jan. 19--U.R-- , House Democrats are overhauling i President Truman's $40-for-everybody tax cut plan in preparation for one big push to rescue it from the Republican pigeonhole, it was disclosed today. The principal change will be the addition of a community properly "lause, under which married couples can save 5600,000,000 a yeaf by splitting their income. · A highly placed Democratic source said it was hoped to make the president's tax cut more al- 'ractive, both to Democrats and Republicans, by this snd possibly other changes. Even the most optimistic' Democrats, however, declined to predict that any version of Mr. Truman's Gallatin. Pope, Hardin, Massac and Joh'.ison. Publishes Carmi Paper are. ' T" iv \\ '- a historical tour thc scco'id da\ -Hid about five times .' n n people wont as officials · o u ' would KO So it really was So " time hud by all. including those in charge of the tour. 'ihc t h u d day was the big day. 0-- 'He-. lon'4 p a r a d e w e n t through Galat.a. Eldorado, Carrier MilN and Harnsburg and out to the fj'i-crounds Eliza Gaston, 92, of Kalemh township was chosen Ci'ntennia! Queen, and rode in the Mr. Clippinger's announcement bdjeved - nal thc fire started from of his retirement from Congress t j lib f urnace . at the end of his term came as n o . buidings were situated surprise to his intimate Trends' lul - . . * , , , ,,, and associates who _ knew , , « ,, . ·,, iT-n i w.i To obtain stability at home,, the Walker told Sheriff Millard Hoi- 77 . vcar . old adv iser to presidents loway of Gallatin county that he re( : ommcnded: Prushv township a slope mine now both in the process of con-1 tax plan cou i d b e passed in the JS1USI1} iwwiiauiy, a avi*. , . , _. , j -,,, .u,,,.--,, ctill hiiilHinf r »r T ui:»..« ,l^t«^^;^-it;nn thc main strect 0 £ old Shawnee- 1 Major food and agricultural 40 inches wide and moving 480 ieet a mm nrice 'cutback with an assured arc on the payroll. About 90 per cent oi t ' - - ---- '-- "-· next three Johnson superintendent, terms tiiem very ,, wash rooms are the most modern that can be committee. This Democratic source said ad- would make Rubv Ku»y ji**v****e» . * t_ · · \ l I daily to attend to his many busi- - · ness interests in southern Illinois ,ta\ern and at the same time do justice to his responsible office. Congressman Clippinger's announcement was not formal. He merelv stated to friends and political associates that he had determined not to seek re-election. H ,u * Mrs, Mary Jane Boyies, SB, Dies of the excess profits off after the war, with wartime amortization for new plants. 4. Continue rent controls. Taft Supports $4 Billion Plan -_ 5 Postpone tax reduction for two years after \yhich a five-year ^ ^ V t J V t v U - J * * * - ^ ^ * 1 " - - - -- -- - . 11K » ..«. Mrs. Mary Jane Boyies, 83. died .. ord erly" reduction of persp.nal Queried by a Register official, ; carly Sunday morning at the home · and corporate taxes be combtneci he stated that his b " 5 5 8 3 3 1 " ' of her daughter. Urs. D. A. Jor- w j t h a reduction of the national Congress Gets il in Carmi had called him back to; d a n 119B gouth Skaggs street, his home from Washington as of-i D e a t h was cau sed by comphca-. ten as once a week, and that he tions due to O i d age . felt he must neglect either his per-Mrs Boyles was born in Ricn- sonal affairs or his public -- - · - - - - - - - - - debt. 6. Postpone less essential fed-j crai, state and municipal works, WASHINGTON. j an . 19--(U.P.)-- W i l l . UC Ui3V,« u \ / , . . . ·*· -- - - . ,,, is installed. The mine now works two shifts and 2. «ular cre\v is returned war veterans and L. H. Happy The machine shop, the supply house and the ministration forces would make iv keown of Galatia Route 2 is mine manager, their big fight when House Speak- * -'- "-- ~ rr: -- ' er Joseph W. Martin, Jr., brings up for passage late this month the rival Knutson bill to slash all fa- come taxes by close to 35,600,000,000. Present plans are to bring the bill to a House vote not later than Jan. 29. Martin declined to speculate on the form the measure will take when it finally goes to the President, but predicted that "the bill that goes to his desk will become law over his veto." Martin denounced as a political maneuver Mr. Truman's proposal i Break Forces . JERUSALEM. Jan. 19.--(O.PJ-- i Jewish sources disclosed today that Arab-Jewish clashes have taken iht- life ol a third^ American and that 65 American students, study- giving priority to hous- j » * Ralph E. Flanders, R., Vt.. jj; g a t the Hebrew University un- * _ _ l t ^ ^«.. ? t A 1 r. I » J t l I . f . . »j XT , C T , , s^-r r\-1\ _ f T;*-tV»4-r ^ i d t r A _.j parade. * At the fnirgroujda. tlwj" after- -uo'i Co'- Green spoke and the b do J[ I dec club sang. All old people' - nresert \\e;e rocogmzcd and honor- u'i The l)earded men had their con- tc-t and many winners werc pro- cbimcd Th" Kcv. Robert Dawson, v.ho would be 101 the next day. was present to marry an Eldorado \OU^G couple on the platform and 1 the crowd sang "Happy Birthday' to him. "Gocl Bless You" he re. sponded as he raised his feeble turn! In ^carcely audible tones he if he continued in office: further, hc.said he has^ee^aUemptmg to, do more than is possible physical-] to cut taxes bu S40 per person,NEW DELHI, Jan. 19--OJ.E) -- | and to make up the loss by impos- New hopes for peace in India were I j ng on corporations a^ excess prof- raised today after Mohandas K. -· · -- -- "= ^ Gandhi broke his 122-hour fast at i noon Sunday upon the promise of Indian leaders they would seek pronounced the couple man and \vife .mil '.vas returned to his bed at \\'ason b\ ambulance. Re\ Daw '-on had seen and participate.! in tne huge Centennial c"lcwjtion Satuiday. He had his lulth birthda Sunday, and passed on fr u :n this \\orld Monday. ·y. igranacniioreii ami u.u «,«««.. ^ . Qn an initial outlay 01 *.-, e ff ec tive w Mr. Clippinger is publisher of sisters a nd brothers: Mis. Libbic 000000000 for the Marshall plan dec ms it ne the Carmi Democrat-Tribune, one Fiscus an _d Mrs. Ida Harbough of _ S2 _ 800 n 00 . 0 oO less than Presi-, Thfi bilis necessary. the Carmi Democrat-iiiuu»t, «..~ nscus y" u iuia - 1UJ **'""""o" -; «o. if the largest weekly newspapers Sumner , ,,, : Mrs Bertha Kerr of ^Truman - s in Illinois is manager of the New I San Francisco. Calif.: and Ross Harmony bridge over the Wabash I and E i mer French of Lawrence-1 minimum' j rxriSieill. «J- minim*", ^i««\»*»*··-- of tbf New York Rabbinical Semino provision for n . irv ij c W as one of 45 Haganah The legislators f , aniers kjn ed i aS i Wednesday body was returned to the ' 34^000 MO £00 dc '!rrice e controls. The legislators; {)gniers 'said they did not believe_ price ) V % f t C i l -moushed Oak Vurscll Onlv Candidate . Te"«-M/elected ^ Number, cral^emces ujllte of the late Congressman James V. Ileidiilgcr and was. clcctcd^to .a full two-year the general ber. 1946. His retirement leaves only one avowed Republican candidate tor khc office--Congressman Chiles .. -. ^- * _ ,v.rt. *\rt\t* r oT»'^f»» | vursell of Salem, yho now repre the administration has re- the first controls were necessary andI tnat if anvthing. prices will begin to case after the pressures of uncon- by Araos near . Jabbaa on thc Hebron road south 01 Jerubaiern. Two Arabs were killed and six (,'Uot; rtA.i.vx vi»vx «*«- . . l WU ^vi awa *· v* v. ".»»-v-« *...»-. trolled demand are elimina-.ed. were in j uied w ]i en a band of Jews Meantime. Chairman Charles ^y. j ;itlac ked the Arab village of Tarn- T. ^.T TI nf i'nn spnate · .,«.-·!, r,r Hnifn onriv todav.Haifa early today. cemeter; in,spending for that . The \.au-f Sward accepted the bid general elections in No\enuer of S15180 :10:11 the E. J. Fischer this year. Delay Hearing Justice of thc Peace Thos. J- Cain todav said that no prehmin- J"' t 1J L.* n ^vlr*r4«-k^* Laundrymen's Ass'n Meets at Anna i Miss E. June David, of this city. Banking committee attacKca what he called the rigging, of food I llltss W1 prices by keeping supplies off tnc, Olie of market in order to maintain a high lo have !j cen wounded. price level. The attack was made believed during a committee hearing on various proposals for price con- Ke-Enact Policing Powers Flanders and Javils said their proposals did not u i » «Z, c r.hpHiilrrt for Guv .uiss Jc.. June jwaviu. v. «·»»»·"·: mea t rationing piuywoaia *..« "~- l^^^^^B^^rS^^^^^^^^ Con.-'.ruction Co. to lay a- 12-inch au\il,2r\ pipeline 6.900 feet from t'n? K"er\'u- to the filtration plant. ir.^.allatu'n of ihc parking meters v.us t.;un and finished. Tr.o llhnni.N Department of Aero- r.auiic^ a-)pro\ed the site for an airpor; v.ithin the Harrisburg-Ra- k-i;h .r.rporl authority. It was in Jfche center of Section 21, Raleigh township .11,.' fourth mile west of Route :;4 ('..'...i-rs are Lawrence ''iRi- \V r, v.'clch. the Minncr i'fir, .ir.d is .,h Kldcr. TV !.v_:o:i Auxiliary' caravan (Cr-ntinut- 1 . on Page Four)* Junior PoSke Paper ·Drive Successful \o Democratic ca announced for thc office . ·\ lively campaign was · had "Mr. Clippinger Hear, primary". Both are and s and Outside Fire Calls Held on Larceny Charge MarteH Chavous. colored of Car- ,r;cr Mills, today was held in the Saline county jail on a charge of larceny. A complaint was filca MI thc court of Justice of the Peace I E E. Ledford charging Chavous stealing scrap and other items Gershon Hirsch. a Jewish agency sookesman. said that the 6b students at the Hebrew University "insisted on their own accord- that they should be permitted to join. Haganah. He denied that Ilaganah had used pressure to enlist the stu- de"ts. Previous requests for then; [ been relused by Daviu i. chairman of the Jew- ,,.· Executive. Hirsch said, understood that the Amer- 1 General. Robert Mac- preparing a report for ·State Department on Anna. ;t was recommenaccTto Congress I i;; c a cj ion t£ the students. Other new officers for the year "· ^ Prcsidcn t. Both houses: j «rc Rex Cook of Carbondale. elcc- ; »- w rcject nis p r o g r a m - . T«9^«r MrC ted to President:, and, Carl Bruce , b y «o n? g«n^«t R| ^ ] Mf$. . peace. The frail, 78-year-old Hindu spiritual leader ended his fast oy sipping, a glass of sweetened lemon juice at 12:32 p. m., yesterday, the o^ly thing he had taken except water s'ince his last meal at 10:30 a. m. 'Jan. 13. - Present at Gandhi's side when he broke his fast was Indian Minister of Education Malauna Abul ters a^id Hindu, Sikh and Moslem leaders who pledged themselves to peace. - Before breaking his fast Gandhi extracted pledges from political leaders that they would follow Ins program granting safety lo Moslems in tadia, which he announce Saturday. Gandhi's fast won: of Herrin who will fill the nemn wno «"« "" *·*"·· «"··-- -p ne ^m proposes jc-vnu^i""--" -- ^!5?Lrffid?^^ Day, 41; laundry owners from Cairo ton. Anna. Cape Girardcau . . Perryville. Mo.. Hernn Me o black. marketers. the night ol Jan. 11. ,,,« sccond"var Powers Act. This ;' W ould permit detection »d prose- ^ ^6^6!!^ GOP Leaders Call Meeting To Cut Budget WASHINGTON, .Tan. 19--aU)_ House and Senate Republican leaders today took the first step toward cutting President Truman's S39.668.000.000 budget. They called a meeting of the jont Congressional budget committee for Thursday to begin consideration of a ceiling on federal spending for the fiscal year starting July 1. At the same time. House GOP leaders moved to speed tax reduction legislation toward early floor consideration by calling a meeting of the House Reoublican steering committee tomorrow. . 1 Indian agreement to resume These decisions were revealed suspended financial payments t° following a Republican leadership meeting- in the office of House P**l*istfln V' A promise by all Indian of- speaker Joseph W. Martin. Jr., ficials to promote better relations R.. Mass. . between the dominions. Others present Deluded 3 Permission by the New Delhi copulation to -permit Moslems to walk the streets in large numbers for the first time since last September. 4. Evacuation of in seiwd _Mos- Jhero man Robert A. Taft of the Se Republican policy committee; Chairman Eugene D. Milhken, Colorado. of the Senate finance committee: Chairman Kenneth S. ; Senate Re- lem m7squ7s"in New-Delhi tnke^ J^^S^^ef'^ffiS over by refugee Sikhs and Hindus, ij^ Chairman John Taber. N. Y., 5 A promise of better relations . thg H OUSC appropriations com- from the. Pakistan Sind assembly 5Uec: chairman Harold Knutson Minn., of the House ways s^d means committee, and Rep. Daniel said that property own- thc '··r*' f,'iartcrlv wastcpapcr m c n t n sco r. ^ 5.1-1,1 ,n Harrisburg Sat- .this rider *hich «il]\ ?· t3.c Junior Police De-, department up to 5iw 10 r, ? , ldH s9.73 to the JP callI can oc « * f ^^ than six matcl 5 2 J ? Aged Couple Found Starving, Freezing In Squalor, wiih $27,000 in Clothes '- J rationin or on Mrs Nellie Mabel Day. 47 of Congress 3]3 ' South Jackson strceU died af 10:45 p. m. Saturday of apop- ,,.. rigccd mar- ]cxv In ^ health for the last; the testimony o f , }v "^ years. Mrs. Day suffered thc Peabody Pays Objected Tax State's Attorney K. C. who wTOtc five large coi askbg ihcm to reconsider their .. __ ?_ .u:__4:«n tn iiihormlnsiS A"Recd. N. Y.. ranking Republican on Knutson's committee. JMrs, Wm. Been.. 61, ,Dies of Mrs. William Dce^. 6 Broughton. died at 11:20 a. m. to- dav at Pearce hospital in ^doraao where she had been a pat««»tfor chief of thc :ir,'l drivers were conlri- 1. W. Rilcv. Bill Kane -n:ce. Godard's Farm calls only · I - Hnrrihurg Transfer e r h a s the r-] i:. H. Bvnum. About the insurance.agent _vi ' r- u^d in thc drive, department gnwg. "^ the mother of Alaion Decn of Uobcrts oi Kobb: ana iwo sisic-ri.. momy lo car c lor iuoer».u W i« ,«.. Mrs. Blanche Hudcms o/,.» arr f; sons in thc county and «clo,ed a ; ' . ' ,, ~~A \?rc Mvra Hicks of ciat^m-nt from the Saline Countj ^uitviiiviiv »«v"»- -··- -- - -- _i_j Tubcreulosis board which reealed the situation here. Today he Jonni-on said -that;' - '·". ic on thc coldest day thc properly -----. r ; dcrs ,-, r c, ·t:.r Wise commended several hundred such rulers 7!. 'f ( , 1 i ' ; "'u 1 · i.d truckers on their , now lislca WHJI' """· cxp iainc'.l. r.r.'lcr hampering condi- Hov.-cvci, .ioinson -^ fl :..-.. ,n ,,,o «*, o, co,.' S S'S.TK S-*rt?*S! r' · ill 1* made on Saturday.'for by taxpayers witnm · - ·- W^c -tatcd. and like i --" ~~~~ '-iii be m cooperation .|ce Halts Ferry Shawneetown 'ippcd iv ,nc th cir ' m effort p. \\..Mopapcr for com- i-O After the warcnams were «.»«.., ,. Do V0; , j^ncvc »i «"·"»""~ The ooay now i,v.- ... -«~ -to a hospital, authorities began Ananas and letting potatoes rol? , l 3 i c honic O f hor laic ""sbanois ,.*",·,«;nint tho rlaccr which ·"«·· TX»K«- -cv^/i 'r.5T/»ni«e. Mi. and Mr. HUOCTI i'*.. examining thc rlacc which .nc- To 5 c y as fc cd Collough described as 3 scene 01 ^,-T--4--, ypcr.dcrs durin- ^"« 1 ,,· ;,, Vlrtruia. Florida. j parents, .vii. anu .»n^- ··· he did not and ' j^c, South Mill Mrccl. (TnbciTcvjbic lillh." chaf7c'd 7 'tn"at ; si'bad administration ' ^.^j, ,,,n be held * They found S25.000 in cash i" jus t'likc OPA." 2 p m . at In^am HJ^"J^J^Jj. ·Jrays r fu c^^r- __ ,gr;Stvsr-- me sHiiauoii utiv. «vv-.- _--- - - ^ , ccivcd thc check, accompanied b a letter which stated thc company was pleased to send a check equivalent to thc amount of thc objection. 5* a*·*· »··» ^^» -- -- _ ; do eight grandchildren "" ncral home a } ..... have charge of the arrangements for which ,, housc- found in ca.sli and A tnjck hrir.cinc metropolitan The W a r c n a m s « v . v ·-.----- - u cvcral ^nj; deposit slips. rcwspapcr into this arc.i ran inlo ^ft ern pt Mcde to ,o four',heir homo ^,ll«c TMTM^\ There .wc^^^ric^ pro- ^^TM^W**TM*£-£^ b W j sh ; ng Well MIHES £' ··."· ··. C, 7, Washer \\ork. ['·"'·'"}\ 47 works. \Y-^ f)I " works. i 1 ':" T5ird \\orks. 4 ''-".-; \\orks. .Suffers Broken Leg * jln Auto Crash j Stale Policeman John D. Sweat 'todav reported that John Lewis, Jr., 'of Route 1, Harnsburg was taken to the LigMner hospital sui-, fcring a broken leg received u hen the car he was driving left the road and crashed on a curve on Route 34 near Elizabethtovm. He bccn The Weather KOUIC o*l near c.nt«i^.»..TM---- , i ' * __ i "-L alone in the car at the umc of 9 P.JJ. _ 2. the arcidcnt, it was stated. '12 mid. - Southern lllinois-Partly cloud tonight with light «ow.south por- lion Tuesday increasing cloudiness with light snow north portion Little change m tempera- tore Low tonight 16 to 20: high Tuesday 28 to 32. LOCAL TEMPERATURE Sunday Monda _ 3 p. m __-. » 6 p. 3 a. rn. 6 a. TR. 9 a. m. 20 12 r.oon j" fe 20 22 30 a 1 ·*, JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I

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