The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 30, 1948 · Page 8
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January 30, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT TOE DAILY REGIS'TER, HAJIRISBURG, ILL., FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 19 IS MEN GET PEP! a^BM^^^MIBH^M^^^"*** Why feel old nt *0, CO or nxr»~-why Ix tho victim of tho oldT yranT If life np- imrvntly hiu lout lt» M»t. you aicaln mny IK- nbl« to enjoy life n* you did In our vouth. If nddw! ycnrfl hiive slowed down your vim, vital ly nnd youthful ilcn»urc«, fur* 1 I» » nimulo mvtliod that mny chnnxc sour whole oitlook on life. Why not try mid r«'«aln th«- |ilcniure» of living you on'c enjoyed7 Why bo diicournxed--why not m'..'il'i the VTIIC und zc*t of a much votiiiKT man? Mnny men ore obtaining ·rnnztnic rcsulla with Bcytron tablets. Jint ink our lrut«i»t for IJcytron. (Eacli tnbkt mnlcd to rvtnln hich w- trney.) Women too find Bcytron helpful. piaMHrtwi STIMULATING TABLETS Veterans Service Officers from Nine Couniies Hold tastriidion School Here Illinois Veterans Commission service officers met today in Harrisburg in a one- day iiiblruetiou period on new procedures a n d , lulmg^ ol veteran's a f f a i r s . Scr vice ofiiceis from Alexahder. Gai- Intin. I l a i d i n , Johnson. Mas.sac.i Pope. I'ula'-ki. Saline and L u i o n j con: lies \u-.o present. ; The district supervisor. Leonard ( Moirib. Cano. acted as dean of,, tht school. Requirements foi the process-j ing of National Service Life In- 1 surance claims was discussed by Donald Kiley, the IVC director 1 01 Insurance. Instructions regard-, in- the extension of lime for the reinstatement of veterans msur-, ance without a physical examination u n t i l J u l N 31. 1948 were rc- v.cwcd. Various types of government policies issued to veterans a:;d other conversion requirements i v.cie pointed out. j Outlines Office Procedure ; During the meeting. Don H., lio\\ell. claim 1 , director of the cqm-j mission, discussed the processing of disability and pension claims icr veterans, their survivors, and dependents. Office procedure and thc use of special forms were outlined I l\ Cecil P. Fletcher, admimstra-, thc assistant. He told the group; that the IVC man in each county; :· often the only contact individual veterans unis agencies erv.ns benefits. .. both state and federal agencies, i He re-emphasized to the service | 'Kople that they were carrying j cut a mandate of the state in mak-1 ir.t the adjustment of Illinois vet- CI-ZMIS easy and as complete as pos=ible, rind that the quality o f j their \\oik v.ould determine the' fultillment of the state's program j lor its veterans. ' Charles F. Ruth, fifth division j Takes More Than Money to Make Happy Employee More Than 1,000 Athletes mpics K\ ,,. V l K C I L IMSKLEY ruited'Pross Viet- President For Europe M01UT/. Jan. HO--«l«.i:-- sport* champions from Safety Aids j *"/»·»«· I^wni Wood ' First landing Held bc.icons \ \ o i c Foi-incntnolo bU K ..r.s ( l l y ,, 0 . A , installed in New York Citv anil At- mi: produced by Uio S«h.j|| t . t , * lanta. Ga.. in Maicli, W28, and »·«· "« ·· s:""»lirteld Oro.. ,».,,,,. ' Ant radio ranst- equipment v..,-. mil j struclm.. of .v hu-l, M,,it,. ( | .,,,,,,,, «J ST ifXiintour spons (.II.UHI/H/II^ iivm ,,, JOHN KAINEY U {! -lations marched in a colorful United Press Staff Correspondent,^ r; , t K- down the main street of After the athletes settle down to · . ,,«!·!,... · * n t t i t t r i it. i serious competition, putting » . __ .1 f . . .* Cn*n to day's pageantry and "fanfare be-. hind them, tho garnet, are expected j to develop into a battle between' the Scandinavian nations. Sweden. Norway and Finland, ior top hqn- ££rf ~ ait =SS£S;5|s-?SsS i said todav 'at Ol\m»ic Stadium. u" ui»"- ' For 3 6 ' v o a r s Post has been' A Wight sun and a cloudless ,21 Events on Program stutuing the boss" problem of how | S k-thc lirst really good weather Jn a ii. 21 events are oni the· mo- to keep his workcis contented on!in uccks--greeted more than 1.000 uram including eight in skiing thc job He recently was appoint-!international athletes as they j fom . for spcc( i gating, three for ed executive vice president of thc swung through thc snowbankcd figure s k a ting, bobsleddmg for National Association of Personnel ( center of St. Moritz. The tern- four Uv0) an(i three man teams; Directors. .pcraturc was 12 degrees above icc i, oc k c y; military ski patrols Out of his experience. Post has'Fahrenheit. and thc pentathlon. j formulated 10 rules the boss should The two-mile long column ot i There are seven team competi- keep in mind if he wants to bring!multi-uniformed .athletes, mairyitions including ski relays, figure, out the best in his workers. Theylcjirying skis on their shoulders. Bating in pairs, ski patrols, hock' · the parade of nations at · ey t j ie pentathlon and the bob- j fc» . ..*, ...... V. « . t . . * . « l "till It'll 4 H j ( ) l , » ' \ t a i s :i;:o. When in f u l l 111 U1QIIK IIIC i l l i w « i . n i v " w . . . . » · · . '"'I a-k N J., and Oakland. C a l i f . in , thi- plant has an alcohoi Ct December. 1928. i ''""· UOU B ' lll ° IS |KT »»»»' in along the airways between Kcw ·"»:· »«»· When », f u i| 0) . are: entrance and hide behind a ring of "yes-men." 2. Be impartial. A boss' pet can cause more friction than a boy scout trying to start a fire with a couple of sticks. o. Provide "satisfactory" pay-based on production and profits. And givc the workers an understandable explanation of why the wage is no higher. . ilt need of each service ' maintaining complete and accurate ' iniormation on each veteran con-j tactcd. "Too frequently." he -\\e find that veterans or copies U l t . l l A i w W V A V . ' V/l ^.Vft. ¥ i - / " J This often means that the 1VC-; the only person with, .e record of the man; economy you expect. 5. Place employes at their . per skill. Don't put a skilled worker to sweeping floors. subordinates as possible, right down to the lowest worker. 7, Provide a system of advance uled. No March By Hockey Teams Avery Brundage. chairman of the U.'S. Olympic committee, and other high American Olympic officials led the U. S. athletes behind a large American flag. Neither of the two American hockev teams--the Amateur Hock- ;ev -\s~sociation squad or the team | approved by the U. S. Olympic- committee--around which the big- controvcrsy in Olympic history has centered during the past month, marched in the opening parade. The march began at the luxurious Kulm hotel in the center ot St Moritz and swung down over Olympic stadium where thousands 'of"spectators were gathered to watch the official opening of thc .1 there will be a mini- ibe^T unofficial scoring experts, ithere is no official Olymmc tabu- ilation of results for individuals. i teams, or events, but at the finish [there will be no doubt as to the ! winners. j Virtually all of the European 'nations except Russia and the defeated Axis powers sent teams. The Soviets were expected to 'send 11 observers, but as thc ! games officially began they had ! not arrived. Teams from most 'parts of the world were compet- ! ing 'including athletes from such LEADER TRACT far off nations as Argentina. ,Chile. Iceland, and Korea. 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A pamphlet is available at ms ! , office giving a brief outline oij i beiietits. piuileges, and oppor-* i tuniti^s for veterans, their depen-; 'dents, and survivors. The Illinois! Veterans Commission service OIH a satisfactory job. important than company-sponsored recreation and entertainment. 10. Treat the employe as an individual: not as a card fiied number. cr Qf gt MoriU was 3 than that at an American « and will assist ini every manner possible. \s a public service feature oi t radio station WEBQ. a group of the IVC school and instructors j v.ere heard yesterday in'a 15 mm-, ·lite' round table discussion of the', purpose and work of -the commis- Amateurism It was an historic occasion in the world of sports for it marked the start of the first Olympiad sicn. ' RAY'S D S A I E S C O R P O R A T I O N · P Hit ADE L P H I A , P A j Way Eat Watermelons If you have bladder trouble, drink much tea made from watermelon seeds, according to an old superstition. If vou have watermelons in vour garden, have the woman of the house steo over the vine if you want its growth stopped. And if you still «arden according to sunerstition, dark Notes New medical patients at Light- nei hospital include Mrs. Noah Killman of Stonefort: Joe Sheldon. Hprrisburg: Charles G. Baker. Ehzabethtown: Carol Douglas Turner, eight-months-old daughter of Orbera Turner, Stonefort: Mrs. Maud Johnson, Harrisburg: Robert Louis Davenport, small son of Mr. ana :frs. Bob Davenport, Harrisburg. The three children of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Beasley of Creal Springs. Janet, 5. Dale, 7, and Nancy Sue, 18 months, are all suffering from pneumonia and are patients at thc hospital. Tnev are getting along satisfactorily. 1 1 1 ' \\ hen the winter Crimes \\ CLC iiuiu at Garmisch Partenkirchen in the Bavarian Alps and the summer competition was in Berlin under the eagle eye of Adolf Hitler. Strife marked those games, too. But the trouble today was not political: it was an old fashioned internal row over amateurism, ai- wa\s a pertinent subject in the Olympics. But this time it had developed into the bitterest controversy in Olympic history. It started as a factional battle between the forces sponsoring two U. S. hockey teams and it wound up m- .volving nearly every committee ,and most of the nations associated i \\ith the games. THE MID-WEST MEM H8!5H£ is now accepting orders f Electroplating Baby Shoes I This business in Harrisburg was formerly owned Bronze by "Don" and Bili Wiliiarcs For a week, beginning January 30, A SPECIAL 15% DISCOUNT THIS SPECIAL OFFER TO LAST UNTIL rEKlU'AKY 7 ON ALL ORDERS PL AC K I). BOB MORSE 1220 S. Roosevelt f-RES GATES Phone 20GW1 NEW STORE · -NORTH EAST . * » R BUSINESS THE PUBLIC iATU We are owning our new store with o complete line of men's and boys' clothit. highest quality. Every line carried by the Palace is of nations! reputation. T HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD! to? f the You can trade at the Palace with the utmost confidence. Be ess-ared that we will spare no effort in giving you our very best service. We invite everyone in this and surrounding communities to make the Palsee Cloihh 3 House your shopping headquarters. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME! Yours, for better service, l a a c e Clo Ho ov/e H. Edwin Towlc John T

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