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PAGE TWO THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL,, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1048 The Daily Register (Eitttibed 1869,Ta»: Saline a»t Sdlne Cotfaty Register.) Published evenings except Sundays and holidays at 35 South Vine street, Harrisburg, Illinois, by REGISTER PUBLISHING CO. of Harrisburg, MBS. ROY L. SERIGHT, . , 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 ifor, three, moaths. Outside. Saline 'and adjoining counties, $7.00, per .year; $2.00 for'three months; 75 t cents per month.. The Daily Register is a private business' institution. Tie* management reserves the right to be sole judge as to acceptance or. rejection of any statement for use either as a, news item 1 or a paid advertisement · Out Our Woy WAIT; JVE ALEC, GOT TO SIT DOWM R2R A MINUTE I OR SO. YTH' BULL MAY BE ( BRAINY, BUT THERE \ MUST BE SOME FAT / MIXEPIN --HE LET I TH' DOC TALK HIM iWTO BIFOCAL SPECS, NEW FALSE TEETH AN' ARCH SUPPORTS, ALL AT ONCE/ 8-* ·n'Z By Williams HE'LL BE AS WORTHLESS A£ A SL3Y IN LOVE WITH A GIRL. WHO HAS TWO OTHER BEADS, A LAPPO6,AND NO TELEPHONE.' J ^**c r n BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY " We cannot deceive God, any of the-time, and even foolish men at long last came to recognize the truth.--11 Cor. 13:8: "We can do nothing against the truth, but for the truth."- . BIBLE READING FOR TODAY Jan. 19. Chosen to Serve.-Isaiah 6:1-8. House Committee Quizzes Writer About Textbook ~" i-\ T. V. KtC. U. S. PA". CiT COfH. '.»·= 0* MA CrT/ICH. I'.'C. Mining Town Finds Way io End Labor Troui STIBNITE, Ida.-- (UE --Deep in the mountains of central Idaho A Decade of Service Again the March of Dimes is swinging along, and again Americans are being asked to give their dimes and dollars to help the fight lies · OD This a year it^s the "tenth birth- · passes from a railroad and a high- day of the National Foundation .way. - fo' Infantile Paralysis that gives! The Bradley Mining uo. has one special, emphasis to the annual,of its major operations here and campaign, for funds to help polio though it has employed hundreds patients and to wipe out this'.of men in its tungsten, antimony treacherous disease. The cam- and gold mines the last decade paign, to be held January, 15-30, never once has there been even a also emphasizes the fact that for murmur of labor trouble. There is 'A'fter he had packed his briefcase and gone home the last time. ,the committee made out a list of objections, naming pages and paragraphs in the civics book. | "Committee Chairman A. L. Mill- Icr of Nebraska wanted to know 'what the author-teacher had done about them. It turned out he had been pretty busy on a rewrite job. Take on page 195. There was a picture of Josef Stalin, big as life 'and puffing a pipe. Dr. Hughes 'explained that he and his pub- ilishers originally had used the I picture along with a brief essay i on Communism. He said the essay was intended to teach- the kids a bit about what Communism is like, so they could compare it with our form "of government--hoping to goodness they would like ours better. In the next edition of the book they're going to ''leave Joe out of it."" as Dr. Hughes put it. He has inserted instead a description of the Russian idea of democracy, and how wrong it is. That and a few paragraphs about the Taft- Hartley law. -=------* -- . Tt . : Congressman Deane spoke up DREW PEARSON Says: Rus- |ward sweep of Communism, u nas * d id h J10 ti C ed in look- si^Tare fomteg United States given Moscow* definite setback ,n then and^ ^ ^ Hughes was a free user of the THE OVSRLO-\r Bv IIAKMAN W. NICHOLS WASHINGTON. Jan. 19-«U!- Consrmman Charles Deane of North Carolina scowled, .looked iknui at the witness and said: "1 suppose you are aware, Dr. HuKhos. that this inquiry is bound to help the sale and circulation of vour book." . i' Dr Hughes beajned. \cs, he ,said he was awake to that happy fact. The book to which Deane referred was one called 'Build- ins Citizenship." The doctor was Kay 0. Hughes of Pittsburgh, who wrote it. ' He was on the pan before a House District of Columbia sub- 1 committee, which is investigating 1 complaints about some of the text books used in the public schools here It was Dr. Hughes second appearance before the committee. I *.* 1 t- .. ,1 »«n1» *·*«·! 1* If IttM A t _ Doily Register Advertisements Pay school. Miller went on a little side tour in the testimony to say that after he passed algebra and other subjects he tauslit school himself for awhile--back in 1912. But not mathematics. Dr. Hughes said he was thinking of yanking out of the next edition of "Building Citizenship" a picture of Hank Wallace--taken some time back down in Mexico. He said that now his book is under fire he didn't want to have somebody jump up and accuse him of backing Wallace as a presidential candidate. Heaven forbid. lie said. He is trying to ride the middle of the road, in politics, foreign affairs and religion. And he said he was more than proud to report that as of now more than 1.000.000 copies of his textbook have been sold. SAFETY Lei Us Check Your Car and Tires Goodrich Tires and Tubes Bear System Wheel Alignment and Balancing. Brake and Battery, Service. Vulcanizing and Retreading. We have parts lo replace those worn out, for most cars. Over 21 Years Experience. The Shop Phone 459W II. McCIendon, Prop. 1M N. Vine St. Chas. Sesn lY-GO-ROlml » «JL M, fcJ »· *-^£ vr*. w -- m given Moscow "a definite setback in ins: U. S. must go fur- France and Italy anf sent the wag a freg user Qf tfte n Marshall plan; United Politburo scurrying around to find » U o n mark . Asking questions »f Europe is only solu- new victories m Greece-Austria i schooj children . where, he mTiiinp.nt. land perhaps CzecnoslovaKia. l^manrlprt. are the answers; Well, Today,! The Marshall plan has given i of Balkans: I ther than I States o ! tion for continent. t (EDITOR'S NOTE: Drew Pearson, discussing Ameri- great bi encouragement to U* LUC OVIAW,* v-»"»%** *.... - - -- . demanded, are the answers; well, it turned out the answers aren't at o.vn ame Eur the last five years polio incidence in the United States' has been the highest for any similar period in the nation's history- Approximately 80,000 Americans, mostly children, have been stricken with the aisease in the last five years alone. -There-has been no letup by the disease. There must be no letup in the fight against it. No one knows what lies ahead, or where and for how long polio union here--except one be- ope.) 0 it turned OUl Uie aiisweia »ieu i a demo- there _ not for the kids to read. Europe. But the But thev are j n wna t Dr. Hughes ;: Does it go far called a » Teac her's Manual." The the Marshall plan answers mostly are the author's ·mporary stopgap? i Q ^. n Put there, he said, to help carry Europe definitely | tha teachers t»· · «*-»/ATI »»n mTi HT"lfi i .. Will no union nere--cxceiH uu«: "T u ^V. WTVrTnv n , re Boothe.Will it carry Europe deimueiy th tea without conveniences. Stibnite Peaceful _ Not so here. Houses are mod- may" strike in years to come. Last ern. · So are conveniences. Life summer drove" home one sad but' was lusty in the old-time mining We had a Everybody along no boundries. Our troops station- and the Pacific were undeniable fact--that polio knows towns. At Stibnite it is peaceful. There are no bars. But there is a recreation hall and sports of all as were children and 1 land from bowling to skiing. Employes have had a voice in of the mines ever since stricken, __ ·Juuits in Boise, Akron, Los An- v geles and other.- centers of the -1947 outbreaks. For some areas, the 1947 epidemic was the first in years; for-others, it was consecutive. After ten years, the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis has won the heart of every American by its championing 01 iee . jt\cjLAcotm.a.i«-o «*. _..!£.»-..·« the cause of polio victims. With- and management sit on that com out- considering age, creed, color m ittee and they review, suggest or race, the National Foundation and decide on just about every has earned the confidence of -" * · · - - ' ---· t: 1 ---- century, the United young." rebel republic, new "political idea, i wanted to imitate us. | "Today. Kussia has come 'with a "newer political idea and assumed the political leadership of Europe. We've got to get that leadership back." . Phonv as the Communist political leadership is. Clare Luce is n*ht Tne Soviet ideology is new. has been sold with great clever- In be ly back on her feet until the tiificial barriers which breale ope up into, petty pools of rial hate are flattened out. other words, there has got to j a United States of Europe. And the biggest mistake made by the Marshall planners--though not an irreparable one--was not , to tie up the United States of Europe with the Marshall plan. i There is still time to do this* A smile broke out on Chairman Miller. He said he'thought he got the idea. Something like the -crib" or "pony"'he once bought from Sears Roebuck to help him through freshman algebra in high Owners or Operators-of Juke Boxes, Pin Ball Machines, Cabin Operators and All Places of Amusements in SaSisie County. Applications for License for the Year B- B- Must* F ibruary 1,1948. Blanks are now available cs^ the Cownty Clerk's Office fn the Court 1 House. Chairman County Board nes ever snce as ^rlhe vast ness and has oarnboozled ^ * good , Already France ; and gal y tungsten and antimony operations, many^people The tungsten was mined out dur- ~~ 1J ^ ing the war. But antimony and gold are still produced. All work is supervise,- ~^ --- . employes representative commit- European imbroglio tee Representatives of employes' *'--·«·--'-'·«-·»· Furthermore it has; started to discus in at least one idea'and mutual ~ ,.--_... .,, --.initely worth while, j France, for instance, needs labor, and which, without the Communist Italy, on the other hand, has "Alfworkls'supervised by the taint, could be the solution of the,heavy unemployment. Therefore, 1 AJV«U · · V*»*V-*»«^"-^'»- » » . ^ » - . - . -- m France plans to use some of this all . After World War I. I spent con-'! Italian labor, sidcrable tine in the Balkans. At L - s A SHOULD LEAD that time the hate between the TOWADS U. S. E. peoples of that area was beyond i To illustrate: the ' lillS wiucoy i c«v* vtwi-a*j»-- The National Foundation helps pay the bills that pile up for the families of infantile paralysis patients. It sees to it that the bes«.j Recently it was announced at a Stibnite Miner, records "faith- every detail of the meeting. To Share Profits slavia would be repaired in tne idle machine shops of Austria in return for Yugoslav corn. Vienna was then starving. Corn in Yugo- However. tne said they , 0 ,.~ ~^.-- ,,.. J -- . - - ^ .,, . , T "- . : r : pf j i However, these two countries ,,« c ~^« M .v ! detail of mine operation and com- belief. To illustrate J^ce tried , a}Qne cannot buiw a United states bv its help for patients afflicted munity life. The committee meets i to wor.-: out a aeai ·v.m.iejj* u". |of £ urope .Furthermore .European bv this widespread disease. teverv two weeks. The town paper, broken-aown locomomes 01 iu,,o- dice . j dee p_ roote d. It will j _ .... . _ J ..,._ u.i--i . -_ - ,!,, r_.-*u ,,! ,,TM,in ho rpnntrffi m me ^^ as t u te and forceful statesman- ship from the outside to build a United States of Europe. In his tients it sees io n uiai uic uca«.( jttecenuv n was auuuunteu a. a. «ao i^v^ ^-v-. --.0 - -,y~ j v . ,Harx - ard speech General Marshall available medical and hospital care'meeting that the internal revenue slavia was rotting. llow ^| r \^. has already laid the foundation for is provided. And--so important; bureau had approved a manage-1 Yugoslav government is provided. And--so important; bu reau had approved a manage-1 Yugosav S ov-err.men such a um " on , b in the long view-it is sponsoring J men t plan to set up a profit-shar-1 woulu rather .haves no trains; at ail a , ol further extensive programs of research ; ing p i an and that only approval than feed the /I* en,,th^-n F^"! Obviously th i A _ _ i · _ _ ! A J.. A A *:AM TJficoarnn T *i._ _..,,-*« *-*A l^/%i«* ^tT-tiet/\ri \u?c Til nf nriTi. Ol ill" s U U l l i t l l l i-iu T T -- . ^ ^ J c+^^^f s*\ but he will have to leacun-ii . jn g p^n ana taai oniv afpiuvai and technical education. Research by the wage and hour division was , is gradually narrowing the field ; nee ded before the plan could be ; rope · __ 4.1 __ L . _ - _ 4 . C v*» +li A /»/^TY*inlol^ 3T1» _ _ _ A . !_·«. f*.r*nv*fit */%*-· Tt f * f l l l C no was the first step is a in the hunt for the complete swers to infantile paralysis and it will be simply a matter of time before those answers are at hand. Professional education assures a supply of pediatricians, nurses and phjjsical therapists trained in the techniques that are peculiar io this disease. All those activities are extensive--the cost, for example, of caring for patients of the 1946 epidemic, will total S30.000.000. excluding this year's toll. Polio S tients need YOUR dimes and liars. YOU need the satisfac- put into operation: It calls for!between the Italians and setting up a trust fund for em-!slavs around incste and ployes out of profits. The committee evaluates and awards money prizes for suggestions put into use at thc mine and mill. It checks on even- little to friction s.u ,.A.~ .- -- | uoviousiy me mat siey is «* P ^- e0 hirPd S ToKc n ihan lunilcd States of Western Europe is tms hatred worse man,, h : ch wou id include such coun-. the Italians and \ ugo- j TM ag ^ ^ Bel g ium cpun-, Belgium, -{The Netherlands, thc" Scandinav- U. S. OF BALKANS 'ti an countries. Switzerland and so Two v.-eeks ago I re-visited this'on. Once this is organized, the- part of Europe. There are still aj chances are strong that, one by, "real manv Italians along the one, the countries on the edge or Yugoslav border who hate the Yu-'thc iron curtain--Czechoslovakia,' - _ A ^ V J i f c i Y 1U1 US.1 ·· ** v «***WX» fc«*%» ^ -v- Lilt, li.K/1* VlilA *.****A -- ·Wd»*'w»*Vh.-*v · *-.·.«-- T detail that may lead to friction L os '] a vs and vice versa. However, j Austria. Poland--soon would start and grievances. ' f v as amazed to find that Tito and i veering over to thc Unitcd States The company has always p a i d j ^ communists had been'able to'of Western Europe. i annual bonus and wages have makc an appreciable change. The trouble with thc Unitcd find Out Tuesday Night When Wendell Noble Announces ihe Winners \ an tion of giving, . So let's give generously, and join thc MARCH O* DIMES. Shannon Taylor petitions for . can committceman The Daily Register, 20c a week.' Precinct 2._ kept at least equal for similar work of the country. in '»' to those other paia 11UKC 113 i l p j J l V J t l c X W U V *-«·«*·£*-· I J l l i t V X V U U 1 V % » * » . · * 1.11V. \ i * i . % . * h j They have been able to con.-;States of America is that though parts v j ncc 3 surprising number of Ital ;it has built up thc most success- ians and Yugoslavs that thcv'. f u l and powerful federal union Circulate Petition should live peaceably : NOTIC In keeping with our policy of empioysng the best triciGns available w pleased to announce that Mr. Homer L. Rogers is now in our employ. I U b v « « N . ^ t » 4,141 CliiU JJU »» V-A1.U1, A ^ V A \ - 4 U L U i l * W * » and \york together^ i n history, it has hid its light un- provided, of course? dcr a bushel. Our most convinc- thc world own success. . , .loscow steal i \\hcrc the Communists control our thunder and start-organizing I about 50 per cent of thc local- a United States of the Balkans, governments, it is bad political! Almost every European is a po- mcdicine to criticize Tito. "i tential- American. His dream is In other words, thc Commui*- to migrate to thc Unitcd States. ,ists. by some of thc shrewdest · The problem is to convert him in-* jpropaganda in thc world, have to an American without actually. Frazer managed to wipe out at least some'transporting him across the At- of the asc-oid hatred between lantic. these countries. They arc also Thc problem is not an easy one. making progress toward Moscow's Cut by using the tremendous res- plan ior" a'United Stales of the cncir of sood w i!I vc have in Eu"" rope, by using thc Marshall plan ard by u^ing a lot more American salesmanship lo build a United i are \ Union Phone 126R t ' l O i l a X ^ A *· ·*-' · · · · « · -- -Balkans, which would unite Yuso- Bulaana. Romania. Al,, the new independent republic of Greece. No msltcr what ou may think o[ T:lo. it remains a fsct that economically this part of thc world \\^s ir.uch better off when its diverse resources were pooled under ti'p old Austro-Hungarian cmp:rc. If ilioy ;.rc pooled acam today un:or Tito, they mii.ht aUo be better off economically. Politically. iJ's a hoi-sc of a different color. Furt'icrmorc a United States of thc Dr/ik?ns would be a powerful ,ind embarrassing weapon against thc USA in our attempt to keep Greece out of Soviet hands MARSHALL PLAN FALI.S .SHORT Ail o.f this boils down^to the fnct tKi1 t!^c ^crtlcmcr. in he Kremlin r.ivc been s:n.*irt enough 5o steal 11 o bc^t political v.oapon Jhc Viiitc'l St-alc*; of Amer'cn has-- ..arr.uy, the Uir-tcd S1^'c^ of Europe. At tbi point thc Marshall pL'jn (orres in. Whether tnc Chicago Trihuno bxes u or not, thc Mar- snail plan h."s Iwen the most po\v-i crful road-block so far ir. the west- Mo States of Europe, it can be done. Revival fo Continue piisi a The rc\ival ;.l Tnc McKinle;. A^enuc Biplist church, \\hcro th Kcv. C. W. Miller is pastor, will co:,!;rujc thi week at 7 p. m. ui. Beginning Tuesday, n-.orn in^ MT.ices will he re.s.iir:cil anc .v.jll be held through KrjfJay. be j winning at 9 30. Evan^cli*-! for 1hc re'.i\al. wh:ci JiD been ;n procjres^ »h? vat f'f veeks. i the Kcv. George B Leathers, nusj.ior.M'y of Saline A^ fociation. Maynard Cannon, church (.'io;r director, ;s the or_ leader Nine were baptised last ni^h 1 «t the clos-c of the c-.cnin4 ^cr i \ i c c which «ar attended fo\ ? i;r(:.; cro - Ad. Tlicrc 3-,ave feor. ^ p.ofcs.on- of frulh and K ror.iJions to the church. listen to Wendell Noble and Afewscope, January 20 Over Your local Mutual Broadcasting Station! (Consult Newspaper for Time and Station) $135,000 in cash and prizes awarded in 8 great contests. Fifth contest ends January 25th. Go to your nearby Kaiser-Frazer dealer and get a free official entry blank and a free tip sheet. Complete listing of prizes and the official contest rules will be found on your tip sheet. Enter today! 5TH BIG CONTEST NOW ON a'tend these services. Noble. over »m«j Burroughs Motor Sales, Harrisburg, HI. Jerrcl's Motors ROSICLARE. ILL. A. J. Brandt Co. CARMI, ILL. Suttcn Garage SHAWXEETOWX, ILL. Cox Motor Co. ELDORADO, ILL.

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