The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 21, 1948 · Page 2
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILt., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. 1948 The Daily Register (Established 1869 as Saline . County Register;) Published' evenings except Sundays and holidays at 35 South Vine street, Harrlsburg, Illinois, by REGISTER PUBLISHING CO. of JIarrisburg, J MRS. ROY ,L. SE1UGHT, ,, President. ' CURTIS G. SMALL, ..Editor and Manager. "^Entered as second class matter atithe post office at Harrisburg, 'Illinois, under act of March 3,1879. Subscription Kates: By Carrier 20 cents per week. By mail in Saline and Adjoining Counties, $5 00 per year, in advance; $1.50 for three months. Outside Saline and adjoining counties, $7.00 per year; $2.00 for three months;. 75 cents per month. The'Daily'Register is a private business institution. The management reserves the'right to be sole judge as to acceptance or rejection of anyv statement for use either as a news item or a paid advertisement. Yets Satisfied With Schools, MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 21--l.R --Despite the crowded condition of most U. S.. colleges and universities, most student veterans feel Homemakers Column From Saline County Home Bureau Mary M. Harper ·\ I t O I H v * v» O top eight to 11! inches. 11 the-1 sheet is too short. IMMO a strip of cloth across the bl.mket lop. There ii less yanking and olrain 11 a bUi'.icot is w e l l placed--lai enough up to cover shouldeiN. l.u cnougli do»\n to Keep u - ' t l l ( - K c v t in. ' , i i 4 A Ihird sheet OUT wool ba,-i] cnng makes a uselul du»l l u u - i u u much dust b l o w s in ..t nif.iit The lop bheet .ilt I H ' : I Hie '.«" l.i-l keep you v a n n . "-'^'e it iuU.^ Daily Register Advertisements Pay · . How many accidents, big or small. ' s u u a ir lii the- t l u u \ Joan Bennett, as the wayward wife, is comforted by her husband. " Charles Bickford. in this , scene from "Woman On The Btacn, ares . showing at the Orphcum Wednesday and Thursday. Drew Pearson Says: Boss of i trol bills with teeth armors' Union. Wants Truman \\HLRE OL'R MONEY Fanners A ill l i l t * *? V "»·»·**··* · · -- -- -- ' to Testify Before Congressional Committee in the People's In WENT were theie in \ o u r home (luting 11J4V.' Could you count up the nuinbei ot cut fingers, bruised SlllCS, mOSl Sluuem ^civiaiio ict-t « « i n i t M v i «. i i , «,,,. )·,-,,wl thcv arc getting a Rood education. Knees, turned ankles, on one hand. In fact, manv of them believe Or have you even lost count. Ill J-uii. uiuii. y» v.,.. . , u., . , , ,, « i n ummi.tifi VOlll- overcrowding Itas increased, rather than decreased, the quality of their training. Those are the results of a recently-completed survey financed by the Disabled American Veterans and conducted by a special committee of the American Council on Education. Results of the survey were released by Dean E. G. Williamson of the University of Minnesota. He served as chairman of. the ACE committee which interviewed ex- GI students on campuses across the country. Of the veterans polled, 89 per cent described their instruction as "average" to "very good." Only " Now is.'the tune to promise yourself and NOW tamily a sater home in 1948. Now ib the tune to IIUKU a check ol stun ways, electric outlets and appliances, storage spaces and all possible hiding places lor tr.fet\ h;uauLv Seek ihem out j,nd coireci them. Make iy-18 a year tor sou and \ours. miking Curtains If jou'ie thinking of making some new curtains lor your win. \ou - ll be interested in thess Thc Consumer SIHVKS--On lion- What do N O U conoid*..' tin- i»o important q u a l i t i . i'i a ;,oov.l IUUKI iron 1 .' If you wu i ( to bu\ a non toda\. wlu.t idiKuv* wof urn look lorV ' More than 2.:00 \.omcn IKUL made quite a uiorouUi stud\ ^" Uns question b\ :::ea:ij en -'^' Consumer bpeaks pioject t,iur..Ai id by the Ameiican Home tcono tnicb association. As a nutter 01 f:,ct, about 6,000 \\oinc.i to»!s paa in tiie project on home equipment. «"nd out ot that group 2.oOO chose to study hand nuns Well, here are t!u tnmi'.s Uie del are most essential--iirst, pe-- J. R. Metcalf. M.l'h. New Camera Koom 18 S. Mill TIIE N K W CAMERA ROOM MASTER PORTRAITS by J. R. METCALF arc- not .ui-st another ;ic- ^, lure but are styled to flatter and will do exciting vhings for youi eyes and hair--so glamorous but so vey personally you. Phone now 1280. By appoint- nent only. IS S. Mill J. R. Metcalf M.Ph. Cameraman . «-c»csuons Irom home For one thing the bottom hem ~ "' lurnish loimanco; s e c o n d . --- ohd third, safety. You li nonce they d i d n t i \ c n should be uide"enough to present;j,eaiance. 1'erh.tps pleasing proportion to give manulactureis are maMn:'. If the hem isn't heav For years Jesse Jones Reconstruction Finance Corporation was their irons attractive--or tho% think u isn I seven per cent branded it as "in- e ' nou tjj t 0 hold the curtain down l l l v , v ..,,... .,, ._ , . , ferior" and only one per/cent as an(} " m p i aet ., a heavy tape may ihe good performer .ce ^aiino "verv poor." Three per cent had · · · "·· : " -'~~ ' · ' i~..!-../. -.».· n-i ,\i^~ -- terest; More BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAYj General Accou^"*. If you knew you had but a dayj car ths Deals in RFC: Truman to live, you would act wisely. I t j Erred. According to Hannegan may be true at that! Ts. 90:12: j and Ecclcs. in Dropping Excess"So teach us to number our days,, p ro nts Tax. that we may get us an heart of ^^ -- .1 ^ ?a , ton. rugged boss of the National uu i vui'Hj r» A** i»jv*v*^.».*v.» ··· .«.«..---- _ _ v Rent Controls: | the one and only government agen- I Office OJn- ley not subiect to scrutiny by the Vr-- Truman government accounting office. Lindsay Warren, eagle-eyed comp om." the troller" general and boss of general accounting office did his best to have his auditors examine Jesse's books, but Jesse's pui- on Capitol Hill was so strong that he --Acts 16:1-10. remained exempt. Now, however. Uke any other Amer- *ral Warren finally has raised teaching standards. Forty three per cent thought it had raised them: 24 per cent felt it had lowered them: another 26 per cent noted "little change." Of the 43 per cent who saw m- hy ican citizen and lay his views be- to probe certain operations by RFC subsidiaries. Simultaneously. COOD Rffl j leader, "is l (walk up Pe 'before a C ^ - ' time," snorted the Colorado farm "s lake your nat in .land. Pennsylvania Avenue, go !- indefatigable Congressman George Bender of Cleveland. Ohio, is planning to air certain cieals that the general accounting office has an- , · 1 T T * I*, n *"» w r - f · and say. to I^eiilla* lvalue* »»·» v,**«\-. ^v ^v,**-*.* «~ --^.- c- __ Congressional committee {earthed. Here is the irst: I am here The Andrews steel plant of New- Whcn "STEERING WOBSUES" go to work, dies go fast! They're caused bv wheels getting out of alinement or unbalanced. iTheircost is uneven tire wear, blow-outs, ·loss of control. They're a problem! But ·here's the answer. Let us correct your car in the people's inter-;port. Ky.. is located along.the Ohio i The President smiled and shook j no opinion. All students questioned were j doubled. be inserted in it. 6i\ if the nui-' the wornon 'looked lor iiiilud.'« j terial is sheer, the hem may be -, uc h things as a pos-uca SOIL i f U V U L l l l l i O **"* l i plate for ruffles, t^a lu-al di= * . . . i _ . . . _ . . , , i \ . i t f / i " l ~ :oi Kitto:io ·Ml students quesuonuu vme uouoieu. , . r r^v. i "* *- h , . asked whether they thought swol- The curtains will look best if u.-bution and o. i c.1 len enrollments had lowered or I the side hems arc three-iounns A s convenience qua uu* UK.. \ raised teaching standards. Forty- to one and a half inches wide. O d a thermostat to ^na.. · »,,.^ ^^ ^ont thntioht it hart rais- von u f-nd it a convenience to heat, or a cointortaDie nanuii. HiV 31V.*V !!'-**··-' »·* *· " - to one and a half inches wide. You 11 find it a convenience to have all hems the same \\idtn. Then the curtains can be interchanged. All selvages should oe removed. Otherwise the cages UI UlU ^O JJ*1 V.CI11 \ » i i v J M » » *»» i u n i v » - * . * v * . . - - " - -- -- -creased enrollments as an advan-1 may p'-.ckcr \* hen the curtains are tage. 37 per cent attributed the!v.ashed, improvement to heightened compe- j ------ tition. Six of every 10 veterans in- re-inters on blankets terviewed said they thought their I Hov . arc your blankets faring attitude toward education is dif-1 t j, ese days?" Blankets, like the ferent from that of the non-veter-i Iest O f "bedclothing, need daily an. When asked why. they replied ' · · - ·- "-- '·--' ·- «-.-'«« that they feel they are more seri a thermostat to ^onirot or a a sturdy heel icst. 101 s; they listed such things as a able, well-insulated co;d. a h-.ndle and one tha' sistant. These sound li-.'c- pic.-.y suggestions. V\'h\ r.ol make of them and Ui^ them into an Marrisborg ;-·" ,, H . i^^^^^z^TMTMTM^*"^ t.,*. viv ! rr-r.~ ·D-«^-;^Qrt cmiiort onfi rnoOK ' c* c i ^ u«»«= «· an. When asked why, they repitea | ar i n a before the bed is made lauo, that they feel they are more seri-j ' ^ blanket stays clean longer ' f Jirds ous about their work, are more ma- ] vou nia ke the bed tbib way: Turn j pro\i ture, are more practical in consid-;,i ic snee t back over the blankecUuUe oHna thpir rareer-soals. and real-, ~~~ purse when you MIOO ioi v-\ v \ork States poultry 'iopu j lation a\ erases nloist IJ.OUOOOO , Have his head. "Mv most effective weapon,' :ie disagreed, "is to stand oefore a mike and talk to the people' "If you want to win the next election," persisted Patton, ';you have iO do more than calk, xou have to dramatize your views. In- . Xew Yo rk banking firm. sold it and Charles n u . , stead of strolling on the White I a subsidiary of House lawn, stroll up Pennsylva-1 sent its assista nia Avenue vith a purpose, 't T w . Atkins, to inspect ihe clant go. who had scarcely p-oved in b^ore they ihreace.iea lo 'lose down unless the 3ove--nm^n: took the plant over. Ine defense plant .... f Jesse Jones' RFC. :ant vice president. cation they are receiving. Ninety-three per' cent raui -v»- erans questioned saT of Chica- satisfied with college of vet^or^he for the ration, Ilia. ^ » ^ . » » v * w ..*·-- -- ,,.- -- · would be the first time since Jef- wo ferson that a President appeared 'here s the answer. JLet us correct your car [erson tnau a neMucin. ay^^ix.^ now with our scientific BEAR equipment, j personally before a Congressional ^-. /* . _ ! fnmmittes."' ^, Thank Your-Repair Man For "The Accident That Didn't Happen" Wilson Tire Shop \ committee. "Well," admitted Tr.smau. would be rather dramatic.' Farmers' convention ;n Demer He reported that it was rua down, deeded repairs and vhat :n r.iore than S472J890.68 oi the total in- iventory was \\orih yurchas-m!:. thatl "It seems rather like economic ! suicide to carry on operations at most part." the Stee ·Birthmarks Eraseable j BOSTON (UP.)--Birthmarks can j be erased within a year if treated j with X-rays and radium soon after a child is born. Dr. Bernard P. ! Widmann of Philadelphia disclosed j during a meeting of the Radiolog- \ ical Society of America. As a grain-saving m e a s u r e , ' , farmers are advised to line all feed | bins with tin or hardware cloth in i * . - _ * -- . ~ 4 . _n *,-. TT"» /\ VI «p ^fflfl T" However Atkins was el" Atkins resorted, i the war against rats. In one year.; N THE WOODPILE?' a pair of rats can eat or destroy as j . _ muc h feed as a hen eats. 114 N. Vine P hone CHAS. H. McCLENDOS, Prop. SAFETY H E A D Q U A R T E R S Lady^Throv/s Cans Away After taking New Tru-Aid Formula One lady, who was unable to walk 6 weeks " ago. due to rheumatic pains, says she is enjoying a normal life once again since she took 1KU- U, OCtJIV* · « » , » » » · - » - - 't turn all the Colorado va'ley pment projects over to vhe engineers." MORE RENT CONTROL Our Pi-inline Shop has in stock the very finest quality Bi.K!ei. Alphabetical Card Indexes and Fillers. LOOK FOR THE SIGN ON V I N E Rmg Binders * , $ 3 - 00 M e t a l Inir.'f black imitation leather, stiff covets one inch capacity Posi- Binders $ 5 - 50 C - M l ! ond'oek shlc-olive 4K*n canvas, leather covers $1.60 $1.20 Storage sdeys VJ V blll* \,%/*»»£-·*-·»·»· «· - f in manasement fees. S320,08 for reoairs a.d $97,500 for office rental i Atkins protested Lhal t he /nan- a°eaient fee was excessive and most of the repairs superfluous. real-estate interests, nniff-ialKing But aca j fi ne . vas overruled. Sen Harry Ca'n. has been given, r/,tPI-the Ohio river Hooded the the -oaradoxical chore of «!raning a :ie"w font-control jaw. ^An outspoken foe of rent cor.iro.. a .sen- gv^y.tjui in aamages. vn iv»^ «*· ate subcommittee g:-.\e n:ra inc ^s ( J C f ense p i a n corporation uur- assigmnent of draiting the ;iew i c h a ed the inventory- of the plant bill. Immediateiv he hustled over! for ggQs^g. to see Senate boss Kobcrt Taft. J As a result O f a n this, the plant "Let me Cain, "do j. ~, tinning rent conuols. from common eolds That Han Creomulsion relieves proinpti" be- use it goes right to the seas 01 t^e cause cau trouble to help loosen and expel .itit^ tJV/»J J j»-w-^-».-.- · ~\S U 1 iJd H i t - Vli- C » A 1 » , I i » * J « v«.*^ j---- e get thi* clear," raspe'l did no t reach capacity production you want legislation con-! untl i a £ tc r V-E day. And shortlv AitAiii^-'--*. fcrf* V»*V*»»»**» -- - »-- -·· -- Yl branes. Tell your druggist to sell you , a bottle o? Creomuisioa witti the UB- ' to have your money bad:. life once again since sne «»£/»£ *"«££'" said Ta£t. AID. In fact, she says she has ^es s?ia ^ thrown her cane away. Thu; lad ^,?, atCa ^ 33^1. hindered, had to stay in the house for wee*s ( want. w . . . ..^ at a time, unable to get out much j ^^ U p to you" . . 31 H- UIUC. u»io"*-- -" o-- - ; . , Rheumatic pains centered in tne joints of her knees and ankles. She says she felt stiff all over. But in less than a weeks time, Taft. "That is up to you So the Senator who doesn t believe in rent control has been given the job--without guidance from .the party bosses-todrait ; until, ojtvv-i. · --- «--. · - -, . thereafter, the owners. Stamm and \ngell wanted the plant and in-j vcntorj- back again. In fact they, became so insistent that they 1 threatened \o assess :,torage Charges if the government did 'not turn things back. Finally without letting anyone else bid. the inventory was sold back to Stamm and Angell at the ^-~f II \A I^H *IP · V ** ^Cl^ ^^ ^^ "· ^~ for Coughs, Chest Coids^ Bronchitis . "^ ~. - -; ··A'ouJ -- will you sice back tfa Pepsi 'Treasure Top* ;-.- ! · you bcrrouxd from me, A. J. !" · Look for hidden design under the cork in every Pepsi-Cola bottle top. · Enter Pepsi's great$203,725"TreasureTop" Sweepstakes and Contests. · · Every entry gets a Treasure Certificate for the big Family Sweepstakes Prize of 525,000.00 Cash. · Collect and swap Pepsi ^Treasure Tops"... GET ENTRY BLANKS it'sjunl AT YOUR STORE Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N.Y. Franchisee! Dottier: Pepsi-Lola Bottling Co. o f M a j j O ^ 2 solid post 5 ! ^x8'-j Mirlrc-Q note books and fillers S'.-xll. 6x9 5'j\8'.' Ir^sy. Post Binder SI.00 Each Linen tabs a to z 26 dr.iMons 3 ' j x l l ?ndex Post Binders $3.80 Ea. Celluloid tabs a to z 26 divisions 9 ' : x l l 7 s FihYsq Guides rrjefcl tabs $4.50 a to z also celluloid tabs , ALL TYPES OF STATIONERY. ANNOUNCEMENTS, DIRECT MAIL CIRCULARS BKIXTED IIEKE. LOWEST PRICES THE 'int M «s ·*** OFFICE EQUIPMENT 22 South Vine . Phone 11 SOW But in less ui«m ° ." w r^r TT : TT v from the parry uosses--w "*»-* oacK 10 otuiuiu auu ^-"f",,";--,, when she started taking TRU-AID, * biil - con tinuing rent control. He ndiculously low price of S3io.|o9. the awful rheumatic pams dis-1 * haye w work {ast . T hc pres-! lt ha d cost the government St08.- appeared from her legs and ankles. weakened rent-control bill ex-. 02 8. Ihfis well and happy today and ent Ae ^ ebruar . 29 . Meanwhile,) A ll in all the taxpayers I o s b 2 ' savs she wouldn't take a fortune for the relief TRU-AID has given he TRU-AID is. the new liquid formula containing three valuable medical ingrediments These Three Great Medicines, all blended into. one; go riaht to the very cause of rheumatic and neuritic aches and pains. Miserable people soon feel' Sffift/ar-'fii'Ms by All Drug Stores here in Hams- burg. Sparkman of Alabama ocrat^" have introduced rert-con- it took just one week lor FOR SALS OR TRADE 1947 Ford Pickup LIKE NEW 1939 Chevrolet Tudor New Paint, New Motor, Heater, Radio. Good Tires 1940 Chevrolet Club Coupe Good Tires, Heater. Scat Covers, New Taint, Extra dean 1946 Ford Super Deluxe Tudor Heater, Radio, Like New 194G Fleet master Fordor Chevrolet Hester, Radio. New Tires, Extra Clean 19 JO Chevrolet 4-Popr Special Deluxe, Extra Clean Throughout 1939 Deluxe Fordor Ford EXTRA CLEAN 193D Buick Fordor Sedan Radio, Heater, Good Tires, Good Condition 1936 Standard Chevrolet Tudor Extra Clean, Heater and Seal Co\crs 1939 Dodge Tudor Heater, Radio, Fair Condition. Triced to Sell. 1938 Chevrolet 1-ton Pickup Reconditioned Hotor, Good Tires, Tnced to Sell. 1946 Pontiac Six Heater, Radio, Good Condition. , North Market Motors 40, North Thonc 6 FINANCE" 000000 and got nothing in return for putting the plant into running order. . So alert Congressman Lender wants to see who at the top was responsible. iTAX BATTLE BEGINS President Truman quietly calico, in his best friends on the House ways nnd mea::s committee the other dav to build u: as niitch :a\ opposition as pc^i'q''? a^msi buil- headcd Chairm.n Harold Knutson cf Minnesota. j Thc three ranking Democrats en | the committee---Congressmen Hob-, ;crt Dough'.on D: North Carolina., Jcrc Cooper of Tennessee nnd .k.:in j .Dingcll of Micliiu-::--v.cre ·um-| jmoncd urgently to ih^ \\hit.-i ' House. In forceful language, the President called upon them I* ihrow their full v.cigiil behind his proposal for a 340 ir.c'ividua' tax f.r,. Uo be paid out M "increased cor- ' poration taxes. Thc value of government bonds must be maintained, he stressed, by payins off -.s much as. possible on the public 5cbl Thai is the reason high- profit corporations must be taxed higher, he explained. Othcrv^c it would be impossible to give- ta\ relief to the little fellows v,h o (need it most. Truman argued that shifting of the tax load from prr.atc »r.('i\Iduals to hu; corpor- .ations ·nould do nothing but lop joff some ?:\cess orofits It -.\ould reach only into the leavy-nrofit 1 field, he argued, affcclir.s l^ 1 ; than 23.000 of 100.000 corporation*- Thc President warned hi* call- I crs to keep mum r.r.d let JM:TI maVc rm Malcmcnt to Ire prc". Neitn- cr he nor the Congressmen '·eler.'s- Note--According to Hob Hanue-1 can. \\ho is Truman's bc.-t hoe«i- cr, ar.d .iccordmt. to federal reserve chairman Marriner Ecclos,' ciKci strong for Truman, or.e of his, , was in dropp.n^ the e\c?^-profits tlax n^ht .-iftcr Ihe It led · to record-bre.'i^mi; corporale pro- i ,\'.ac;e jr.cren;e ; Ail of \\h:oh is j w h y Tniman wants to reinforce higher corporation taxes now. to say, In one short week 10.000.000 people jammed showrooms to sec the amu/ing. beautiful new Iludson-- a new kind of motor car-- oniy five feet from ground to top. but with more inside head room and roomier scats than in any other mass-produced car built today! Hudson i^ the only American-built car you step doicn into when entering, not ip on -- yet it maintains road clearance. Hudson's new, all =tcel Monobilt body-and-framc is the only motor-car co:i-tn:clion that completely encircles you. even outside the rear wheels, with a rugged, box-steel foundation frame. Yti ride Viil'iin xhi» frame-- cradled between axles-- not on top of iliv ;-.. in other cars. And as you ride. Hudson's combination of unique ton-true' ion and comfort features gives you a sensation f .-nt;.; t.if'.ty and serene, smooth going unlike anything you've known b ore! Meet the r.ev/ Hudson--^eh nil the facts about Hudson's all-new lie power-packed Super-Eight engine, and SEE THIS AUTOMOTIVE TRIUMPH AT THE HUDSON DEALERS / c A \. 3 ffs* /** jfc. V^ A /F~* f 3 ^ (SNAr^ S R^A- Ba^SL-t^S *d» ^525*v. 62G North Main SI. LISTED BELOW: NEWSPAPER! :WSPAPLRI

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