The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 29, 1948 · Page 8
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January 29, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT New Drug lor Yiefs With Malaria A new drug known as pentaquinc now is being distributed 'free to veterans suffering from relapsing malaria. James Arthur ? Mbore, Illi 1 nois Veterans Commlssfqn service officer in Saline county, -announced today. The new compound.- developed in unprecedented clinical research at Statevillc prison, will effect a.cure in 95 per cent of all cases'.of re- lapsing malaria. It will be supplied to any veteran malaria victim if he will have his family physician contact Dr. Lowell T. Coggcshall, chairman of the department of medicine at the Uni- vers**' of Chicago. Further information on this new drug may be obtained from Service Officer Moore whose office cated in the c:urthouse. is lo- SMART FOOT FORWARD! ULTRA SHEER ^Z*A wi JTH.W «fl ·· NYLONS S 3Prs. S _ J .. - Sheer first quality..' . . full fashioned in dark shades, to complement your costume! -Famous Ring Clear ... .'need : we'lPj DRESS SHOP 23 EAST POELAR ST. HARRISBURG, ILL. TOE PACbT ,MOIflTEB HARRISBURG, ILL ALLEY OOP TlirKSDAY, J A N U A K Y 21), 1948 World Bank; Says Marshall Plan Too Low - · WASHINGTON, :Jan. The International Bank '-Informed Congress -today that confidentUl reports , from · European- -. natidfls indicate that administration j*stl- mates on 'Marshall Plan .spending are almost- $1,000:000,000 too low. A special- International^ : . Bftflk study was submitted ·. to the' 1 Senate Foreign- Relations ' committee by John J. McCtey/bank trtsidertt. He reported that -the "bank's conclusion is that, the .16' western' European countries Actually .may need $7,600,000,000,.-' ; compared with the .admihistratiohVestinWte of almost se.BOO.OOO.OOO, -for.tiie first iS-monW period of ; thVrecov- ery program. · · ,\ . . . ^ .. McCloy'sajd bis organization ^believed that, the -administration's figures "far. from ' being "Mtrm- gant, provide . ^«her tight fit V He also '.disputed. 'the- **toin£- tration's estimate that. Canada aiid South American nations * can- provide $500,000;000 -'in 'credits -to western Eurqpe." . , , Disagrees With- Hoover - f By implication,, he, v disagreed sharply with-former' President Herbert Hoover, who- has,. expressed belief that- up to $3,300,0004)00^ credits can he "a'dvariced-by^ Western Hemisphere 'countries," other than the U.-S., . \ '*.*-' McCloy 's sun-ey - was -intrpducW in the committee re'cbrd-by^Cnair- man. Arthur H. Vandenberg, -R: f Mich. · . " -'." '. ? Secretary - of ' State -.George. -C. Marshall was headed -for, 1 a squabble with ; sbnxe' - Sehate. .Rejpubli- cans who think tfiejrve; found '$£- 300,000,000' wbrth^bf r -"f alV : in - the European .recovery. program -(Marshall Plan),. ' · ·.""·- ' i ' -V- Meanwhile,~MarslialL was^sticking to the- ajdriilrijsfi'atibri's- .estimate that $6,8dQ,Optfe00e;is-he«aed for the '-first -16 · months, .at»d-,noth- ing can be. ait, .", ."*;**.' .-;!' -- . Why, Rajah! By V. T. Hocnlin THIS ONE Pg5«»_l» RESIDE IN THE OP A PIG- _,, ATTEND TO IT.' ^ j XU. YOU...IN A pi6'5 EYE, r WILL.' IT WOULD 5E£M.fl«. WISH, MA5TBK ADCXZE5SIN3 SALAAM/ THAT. VCD YOU, KIDDING? FWltTUK. HANDSOME COMPANION* APPEARANCE Sounds Like Hollywood BOSTON -- l'-R -- Platinum - - , . , . , . blonde Sallv Keith, who made her Pans via the Dover-Dunk.rk tram fortune as a tassel dancer, drives feiry. oliminatmc the transfers a $6,000 platinum blonde Cadillac from trains to boats and the cus- convertible with her autograph on toni and immigration nvnmmn. the side. lions en route. Though sleeping car service has | The American Indian bride- bcon restored between London and j groom showed respect for his mother-in-law by never speaking with her or meeting her, according to World Book Encyclopedia. The cxfimina- Indians believed the arrangement 1 prevented quarrels. Eggs of birds that breed on rock ledges without building nests are very pointed. That's so the eggs will roll around in a small circle instead of going over thc^cigc. The first paper mill in colonial America was constructed in 1690. The Daily Uegister, 20c a by carrier boy. i THOS. D. GREGG GrM)u«t* «nd Rcglsttitd Cplomtt/kt Permanently loctted PRICES REASONABLE Second Floor Gregg K ti \« SJlWactlon Guaramwd Photwi 72W or 265R for Appointing Worry of FALSE TEETH j Slipping or Irritating] Don't be embarrassed by | 00 false teeth slipping, dropping wabbling when you cat. talk laugh. Just sprinkle a little FA 1 TEETH on your plates. This pi£ ant powder gives a rcmarkabl sense of added comfort and scca rity by holding plates more firmlf No gummy, gooey, pasty taste j feeling. It's alkaline (non-acid? Get FASTEETH at any drug storf Spread m' + ' , . ' , ft i~,3j Eastern Stales · . ^ ... ^ ··-^* t_* Hit by nfof e A new the j threaten _ ___ j downs in eas'te'rn ', than 241,000 woi ~ _ idle "because. oT-fiieJ s'hoMgefc. . i Meanwhile, _ the Lhpfth:-'central ! states' wftich- Iqni; haalljorne^the i icy" blasts ' .sweeping-? dqWh, '.from 1 -- » * * ' _ i . i *' l-T^-J^i--Tl*_ -- «^a£1a3 south acroT5S*the^fftiawC5t"Kad been ! scheduled to rnicVe" «fc6ttfard and , break -the * prolonged. *cjilcissk!ge there. But h6p~e"fbr- relief W: Ofifo, Pennsylvania"-and; New^Yorfc.^as shattered · by j coliC- winds r driVrag down from Hudson, Bay. : ,:',. r * . At Chicago,. -where. temperatures finally had risen. afte.r -a" two-week cold sieger an'ice-jam in. take Michigan disrupted, watehsuPpUes to an estimated 1,500,000. residents. Thick ice formed ground intake mains a t - a crib t three miles; off shore. Ttie. ice finally was Waited loose by dynamite after thousands of homes had-been*without .water for four, hours; ·* · ·*'.*· . , , Southern. California; which only two weeks ago had a-record winter . heat .wave, .was ..caught .in. one .of i its worst. cold snaps. The tem- I perature dropped^ to 32 - at Los '· Angeles, the coldest lever recdrded 'for Jan.. 28. - Fruit 1 trees which blossomed prematurely under-.the .warmth offearly-JanUary were j damaged seriously when -the 'blossoms froze. . .'· · ;-. , \ Phillip Partkey Named Alternate Candidptr To Enter Wtstfbirit Phillip Ix)w4en^Pankey'; sontof Mr. and Mrs. Lowden Bahkey,. 119a West South street; today-had received a letter from the War. Department -informing-him - that he had been appointed first alternate candidate for entrance" to th6 We*t Point Military academy from this district - . ' ,1 .': , He will take his examination March 1 at Fort Knox, Ky.. ahd if 'he passes this.exam and-the regu-j 'lar candidate · from this-district does not make .the grade'or chooses not to enter. Pankerwill be named, j Pankey now-is attending-South-i iern Illinois· universitv. · He-is a ; freshman.' His appointment was made by Cong. Roy Clippinger. of Carmi and Mrs. Jessie Evans. Eli dorado, worked; toward getting his 1 appointment for him, his' mother staled today. Announce Opening . j Dotes for County i Fairs in Illinois i SPRINGFIELD. 111., Jan. 29-- TJ!»--The State Agriculture DC- ipartmcnt today announced opening i J dates for 71 Illinois agricultural ifairs. i Fair officials have until May 1, the department said, to change 'fair schedules. The department 'said about 85 fairs will be held, three more than last year. 1 Fairs include: Franklin--Benton. Aug. 2-6; Gallatin--Shawnce- town Sept 14-17; Jefferson--Mt Vcrnon July 12-17; Johnson--Vi- 'cnna Aug. 10-13; Marion--Salem. Sept. 6-11: Perry--Du Quoin, Aug. 30-Sept, 6; Perry--Pinckneyvillc. July 19-23: Pope--Golconda, July 20-24; Saline--Harrisburg, July ,26-31: Union--Anna, Aug. 16-20; i White--Carmi, Aug. 16-21; Williamson--Marion, Sept, 6-11. Cholera LOM Hog cholera causes a loss of about j 1214 minion dollars each'year. j ALL 3 ROOMS ONLY NO MONEY DOWN! January is always a month of real Value-Giving at Mitchell's! These room outfit values prove it! But the complete 3 room outfit or any room singly. No money down . . . prompt delivery .. . pay on easy weekly or monthly terms. ONLY NO MONEY DOWN Here's a handsome modern outfit that will make any living room attractive as well as livable. A great value at a low price! Spacious modern sofa Matching lounge chair Fine occasional chair Glass ton cocktail table Attractive end table Matching lamp table Lovely pottery base table lamp PIECES NO MONEY DOWN This streamlined modern bedroom ensemble includes a smart waterfall suite that is worth the price asked for the complete 10 pieces. See it now! · Full size bed · Chest of drawers · Vanity or dresser · Comfortable mattress · Sturdy coil spring · Pair feather pillows « 3-Pc. Boudoir lamp set YOU DONT NEED CASH! U S E Y O U R C R E D I T ! ' IMAGINE! 49 PIECES for ONLY Don't fail to sec this outstanding value at Mitchell's. No money down! Prompt delivery! Enamelled Metal Utility Cabinet 24-pc. set stainless steel table cutlcrj: 6 kni-.es, 6 forks. 6 teaspoons, 6 soup spoons 4 matching chairs Iodern table chrome base » Colorful felt base rn2 · 18-pc. set of dainty dinncrwarc, service for Dial "The Duke of Paducah 7:15 p. m. Daily - WEBQ ,'SPAPO.r

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