The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on February 2, 1948 · Page 4
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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Monday, February 2, 1948
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PAGE TWO ,···*¥¥"«· f ' THE DAILY REGISTER, IIARR1SBURG, ILL.. MONDAY. FKliUUAUY 2. 194S Daily Register (EfUbllihcd 1869 as Scllne County Register.) Published evenings except Sundays and holidays at 35 South Vine street, Harrisburg, Illinois, by REGISTER PUBLISHING CO. of Uarrisburg, MRS. ROY L. SERIGHT, President. CURTIS G. SMALL, Editor and Manager. Entered as second class roatter at the post office at Harrisburg, Illinois, under act of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates: By Carrier 20 cents per week. By mail m Saline and Adjoining Counties, $5.00 per year in^advance; $1.50 for three months. Outside Saline and adjoining counties, $7.00 per year; $£00 for three months; 75 cents per month. Out Our Way By Williams The Daily Register is a pnvate business institution. The management reserves the right to be sole judge as trf acceptance or rejection of any statement for use either as a news item or a paid advertisement. BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY The sum total of God's plan includes us and it is glorious beyond our powers of comprehension. This life is Part of a very long series. Have faith.--Matt. 5-4- "Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted." BIBLE READING FOR TODAY Feb. 2. Confess Him.--Phihp- pians 2:1-11. 'TAINT GRUB-HE TOOK THI3 JOB TO HELP HIM QUIT SMOK1N'/ I PROMISED I'D BRIMG HIM ONE CIC5ARET A MONTH, AN' HE'S AFTER IT/ SODA MUST HAVE RUN OUT OF GRUB HERE AT THIS LONELY HORSE CAMP- LOOK HOW GLAP HE TO SEE US! l^t THE HOLY ermart is isses Sometimes Daily Register Advertisements Pay ,,, ' I n't know. . i no can look at the fleece in the ! ,.|,,i ds :md say in the papers that j j!;" M wave is bearing down from i ?ho Arctic. He can sec a hum- c- m- coming and warn Florida ami Texas to batten down. the head weather job and asked if .- . ie new man did- nil said it could one below free/.- ThcTiext day the farmer said didn't know about that, out Ipr-mcis Keichelderfer. a pleasant. i muM.-ular former Navy officer, is tlio fir«t to admit that the fore- I casters don't know everything. was it cold enough for the k i l l ? , Our northern friend got his dan- man, ! dcr . m(1 s . li(1 ll)al if the mans weren't husky enough to nigs icarn D V : « U I »....,-.···--· ( ( - bo a" High School" gradual. Out,, over -500 universitiosvond .collogos. ,AU l . Many finish, in 2 years entered Jurnuhod. I'lKS* \ VI v i i v ··***'·.,· *stand 31 degree temperature, they weren't husky enough to be killed, EttaWttifd *. * ' * ' · · ..... and hung up. What do sun spot* have to do j Goin g bac k to the fan mail ue- with the weather? Mr. R. says lm t Mr R is a w f u i pr0 ud As for I ^ thJ 0|1 , nicc lc ttcr he ever got. It said: "We've been having awful nice weather. Thanks, and he'.- dosjsjoned it' he knows, l i n e atom bomb, which has been 'blamed for -everythinj: from the ··«·"'··-··-- · . A» f'i^* ·"·'·* V*l ,* Classes--No TTIrifti Wa*tt,d^oJ{ip' to, o%d?fam*cb £"$ioV "i*?, r°5?.?£ y ' ;jy ' r rac ^ 0! * ^ i-S?f 'ii 0 vU*ndU»N 7 beforo*c6mpleHng High School--don't °;thout'Obligation for ihe FREE.TRIAJL LESSON. 1 AT I K i v w i "·· y_ _ _ _ j»i_» M in C4»f «»^ ( » U K l l i l v l l *Vk v, ·*_..- --· - ipoor pea crop to Mr. Pauley s fuss 'with Harold Stassen--well, the I idea that the bomb has affected the weather is too silly for scient- ikts like Reichelderfer to talk 'about. A 20-year-cycle? Posh! The weather bureau has looked into 90 different supposed cycles and still can't find a pattern. Hears About Misses i The chief claims "·- . i record of between 80 and 90 per God bless you." Greater i Heeling Thursday. 1 Major Clarence G. Strippy will! . ,, r n w | he the featured speaker at the The chief claims an accuracy dinncr meeting of Greater bgyin record of between 80 and 90 per A - sociation at the Roberts Hotel, cent for his forecasters, which j ' c ^. bondnle Thursday, Feb. 5. at I is pretty good slugging, even in, 6 . 4 5 p . , n . - ' the big league. But, brother, does j £ ,,».,.;,·«· O ri«inallv was schc- i he hear about the other 10 per | ^ This ^ca^ou,. ^ ^ ^ ' the severe| all Egypt j on that day. . : Major Strippy. post chaplain at; - - - ' 1 3 months m! State his Gamer Reaister his fan mail. For instance, men looked at the maps on Christ- ives you t OLD TIRES MEtt TIRES w First Managed Forest In 1730, Jared Elliott. Guilford. Conn., in partnership with Governor Bulkley of that state and a Mr. Livingston of New York started a amall blast furnace at old Salis- KENNETH WAR Correspondent as MERRY Surprise Birthday Party For John Toth ·JUSli L/IclD fc AUA nu\.\i w fc v*'"* ··***.i*«^ - ililoo AfcV3ttlt^* bury. Charcoal'for the furnc.ce was |a surprise part; procured from the neighboring ! honor of her brother ·woodlands and it is recorded that birthday, only the large trees were cut, the small growth being left for succeed- ,ing crops. ·- snw next day Tho 25-inchtoTM, j lorTM ,,-.-- ^--^^ R %ssss f-^ 8 |°§TM » rs j stss- i? H*i ST M* r ·'«! j ~ ST * 3? S$S£ ---"r^Bi l^^is^-^^^s; the east coast, and the wind switch-, i*"»- b t h a t , vcre , · ed. To say there was a sudden · "f^V B °TM ., shuttlc bombing" o! · ATir Arthur Nimitz and Marshall, change in the weather is putting , £ se "^ Toth i jsfs^sarsw^ 1 K«\s rsS ^sirssfc.~.*** *- i |*TM* p? ***, « haws! sfcaw ssirss ssSS^^i^fffeftffi jrother John's i4th i will wait for 1952. motion. dieted''continued warm and went | J-' 1 ^ 60 ?- t ;' p vUSS i a ! ^-.OTTTVWTV^VT nonprnl Eis-' Then there was the fact that aw-u-i wearing ear-, the time spent m 11 T CUv * V* .*.«**"»· , fASHINGTON.---General Eis-'. A group at the Toth home and games and j contests were enjoyed. that night, wearing ear- pipes in MOTHER pulled his hat U. S. Army. Onlv'bne Nice Letter cmt""af "the"presidential ring, a t . Naturally there were twinges o£ T ' hcn there was the time spent Daily Register, 20c a wed carrier ooy. *·«··"-- · · - - - - - - Ollt OX H'tJ f » c s i u c i i v i t * * ·*· »»»;^T -- - ' iTdtv*A v»*»^ fc..*«- w . - -- - _ ( J L I i U I l tiit*. w ·· **" " * , A beautiful birthday cake was %yhich time he tol( j them that he a soldier's conscience. 'weather man. still beloved, who served with sandwiches and drinks fcd up and disgusted with , ^ Ienior ies of Truman's loyalty uscd to predict a cold snap ana to the following: Marie Lmdle. politics . especially the Pennsyl- ca ^ e simultaneously with the ^ en ta ke the next plane for Fior- Louise Mann, Jean Williams, Bar- £ ania Republicans, who "kissed p enns vlvania Republican dinner ida { rom where h e d send post bara Hankins, Nell Jean Hankins. and told » at the f am0 us Curtis fc lhe * C urtis Club where G. O. P. carC 5 s O f lovely gals to his newb- Phyliss Grant. . Wilma Grimes. Q b dinner . T hat he said, was pol}ticians go t outraged at Ikes paper friends back home. He »ot u _ ...,,,, o««n trotfino nnt Of t :^_ · · ' - -= ^v^..1rl . - «« rtn.^o vvhPn nom ^^^··^^···^·········M To ease cus-- . J.ULII, onciuj J.WLI* ^JVA%^V»» ~ .tress of .baby's cold while he sleeps,' Lyndell Futch, Hughie Stone. DicK- 'rub throat, chest ^ *« gn m* ^ i e " Mann James Richey. Dale Wil' at bed-"** »--·«'··' . - - , warming cards. BREAKFAST at the DeLux Sandwich Shop HOT BISCUITS HAM, BACON. SAUSAGE PRESH COUNTRY EGGS HOT CAKES GOOD COFFEE On West Elm Y 2 Block W. of Saline Hotel Billie Smith, Charles honor, John Toth. Thus Ice Tea Begran Iced tea was invented as an emer Eisenhower in as the greatest imuiary t(J be used a g a i ns C. Marshall. . Jn £ act? Ike f e i ' A.nd behind Marshall to a con : . p^t^s. that he "siderable extant was another man hoth par ti e s were _ - . '·--Harry S. Truman. ' .:should clean out the courthouse i Marshall got an important assist on both sides of the poatica. 'from Gen. Omar Bradley--plus un- s t re et. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE h ,,,,« ^ affecting vital crtpns, length cf life, r-r.-us- ncss, h»3dachts. Kct j.'S'. scn;thing -JM hj\; to expect H niddle z*. By .-!i r-ans do net r.«!ect it. s-e your Dot'»f 2(V - ^ BRIDGES H I G H BLOOD PRESSURE CAPSULES A'/ailatl; at Ra!nbe-.v's Druq Store arcl leading stores. Thoiwrds h.-v? v'ssd it. If BRIDGES HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE CA=- 5m_cS £3 net relieve ycsi plwsc S'' fcr yoyr money back. We dcn't v:ant it unless eanrtd. 50c and Sl.OO. Accsp'. no s b.ti'.ute. Clio this. JVomc.-. -.-~. ...:,: Then you pet new B.F. Goodrich Silvcrtowns -- "best in the lonp run" for mileage and safety. Sec us today for Silver- towns for your car. _ Plus Tax just 1.50 Down TIRE !?|TTEKY co. MOV;! P. Hern Tol. 174R1 B. F. GOODRICH offers you value PLUS if you need new tires. First, you get a most liberal trade-in allowance for the old tires on your car. rotten: we . m j h t be nominated b was t jj e secretary of state and he dreamed up an elaborate ex and e reame up an e a o r a e - t h e mos o ae . ^ eo ^i e e n hibit in a costly pavilion to promote in-arais out of the political pic- ' ma(Je a lot of promises in return ( . « -.-· .1- ». .T _ _ ? _ » _ ·* TT; _ : » « . ^ *· j t -- _ .~«-nni ^i-* /*ficri i r l l S tea as the English drink it. His iced item made an instantaneous hit. The Rumsey and Dennis LAW OFFICES have moved to new offices over the Palace Clothing House in the Seten Building on the N. E. corner of the Square. ture. for the campaign cash. This ; Todav President Truman is wou id make him obligated. An- i smilin^'broadlv and saying pri- other W0 rry was that he would d e - Tthat he knew all along Ike nominated in a .convention dog-, u,,A going to run. But that fight at which he \vould have no .wasn't fhe wav he felt about it cobntro i over the party platform. just before Christmas. In fact, This WO uld put him in the position 'when Bob Hannegan came back of carrying out a platform wnicn , from a political tour last October ne na d not drafted. and reported. "Well, boss, you're Finally , friends pointed out , ' in fine shape everywhere except that tne - next f our years were gp- 'for Eisenhower," Truman gritted inr to be amon g th^ \ ®A3 R ts^5 BETTER CLEANING ' ' lIWl S ««j ··" »·»"*·· »· . , i - J" fX-. thai new loo!; every one is looking tor. We Save You Real Money Too! REGULAR CALL FOR AND DELIVER PRICES Ladies" and -Men's Suits and Dresses 6 5 C Cleaned ar.d Pressed CASH AND CARRY Ladies' and Men's Suits and Dresses 49c Cleaned and Pressed Two regular services for your convenience. Call as today or bring yonr clothes to us Now. YOU WTIX LIKE THAT NEW SOFT FINISH HART'S CLEANERS ^^ _ jit .. w ^ ^ the toughest in ..,, iceth'apd fumed: American peacetime history. And ··I don't want to talk about ^ Ike was bypassed now, the peo- him." pie who wanted him in 1948 would ' Even before this. Truman had want him even more m 19o2. : been so sore at George Allen for . And b y 1S52 he would have four ' tn-ing to boom Eisenhower, that years as a college president in he fired his once-beloved court Vnkh to take off the "iiluary jester right out of the V.hite curc . : House. i All of these factors counted. t And la«=t November, in a not- But the man with the greatest m- evcn-=li2htlv-camoufiaged attempt fiyence was George Marshall-to out the squeeze on Eisenhower. , wno had made Ike top war com-. the" President suddenly announced man dcr. and who might run that he had appointed General a cr a inst him for vice president, Bradley chief of staff. This left O n the Democratic ticket. j Ike in" the uncomfortable position ' Al - tcr Eisenhower made h'.s f i n - ' 1 1 I V . l* » «u» c» tj\r\,* ^ v"i»»--*- -- -^- » -- ~ '-.- lake over. ' --he decided to remain silent for Finallv White House strategists ' awhile, and among other things' even cooked up the idea of having }, c i p sp ik c the MacArthur boom. Sccrclarv of Stale Marshall run I Eisenhower wanted to do this. | for vice" president on the Truman nol only because of his lons-stand- ticket--if Ike persisted in r:n- j ng vendetta with MacArthur. out ninq for President also because he wanted to help To nut it mildlv. it was all too Truman. ' cvSnt that relations between the Back in the days when Mac- chief of staff and his «ommandcr- Arthur was chief of staff, Maj in-chief were strained indeed. i.Dwight E^senhoxvcr sat at an ob"\I XF^H-M 1^ ^TEPS IN 'scurc dc.=.k in the "chic! s oiuer " Shortly thereafter. General Mar- .office. Nevertheless, he was Mac- shnil cnmc back from the Ixn«on ' Anhur »'»t «j""-^ c ;. ".^ no?l rcrei"n Ministers confcrrr.ce. Tnv end. when Dous IcU »as.ur.Ci«n, _ iwJiatclv he went to work on Eis- it was Eisenhower who wrote his orhowcr" lie told him that his ··statement upon retinnc as ch:c. , candid-nr was hurting the Armv. of staff." It was one 01 the most that in the end Ike himself would beautiful statements over written ccl hurt loo. Marshall urged thai by a retiring Arms officer. , he "el out of the race, said he And «hcn MacArthur sailed for didn't vrrl to oppose him. but thai Manila to train a new Philippine he %\onld have to if he u^od hi? constabulary. Eisenhower wen. njilitan- career ss a slopping alons as his right-hand man In · s-.ono lo politics. . Manila however, the two didn t , M that time it was auilc cvi- ccl along. Eventually Ike · that Ike was a candidate. fired. Meanwhile various arguments So. the other day. when Mac-, were brought to bear on Eiscn- ^Arthur's onetime ghost-writer , not only by Marshall b u t j U i t h d r c w from the race for "rcsi- bv ohcr Armv oifiecrs. It was dent, he penned another beautiful . thai he was hurling statement. Tliis time he wasn t j the \rrny In a political campaign writi^ for MacArthur. This 1imc ; a lot of dirtv linen would be he was writing partly to take Mac- i washed--She humoring of Field Arthur also out of the prcfidcnlial , Marshal Montcomery, the Battle race. ' of the Biilce. the failure of ration DCS i 705 West Lincoln Phones 855 or 550 to cc-t gasoline. Al«o there was the loyalty of a soldier. When Eisenhower came hack from Germany in 1945. it -%%.-!.; Harry Truman vho called ?onMor Elbert of Utah, then chairman of the Sc-natc ^5i]i· tary Affairs committee nnl asked jth.'it a bill be pas?cd making Eisenhower n permanent five-star ', general. Thomas hnd refused. ; pointing out that il would offend WENDELL WINNERS ON NEWSCQPi Over Your local Mutual Broadcasting Sfsfion. Consul* Newspaper for Time sad Station ^f/r BB ^B ^^B · W W · · m^r \ (Closes February 8) There's still time for you to get a share of the $135,000 Kaiser- Frr.zer is offering in a series of S big contests. Get a/n?e entry blank and contest rules from your nearby Kaiscr-Frazer dealer. Read the rules. Then complete this sentence in 25 words or less: "New Kaiser and Frazer-' cars appeal to me because --" And mail in your entry on the official entry blank. Enter the contest, now. Ii'j, easy lo cnlcr and easy to win. tttet over Mu'ual Farmer Gets Half The farmer's share of the cor: .Turner's fresh fruit and vccotaWf ! dollar is now an average of r3 i cenl5. TransportatJcn to market j »kes about 39 cents. Thc ether 2£ | ccr.ts is divided nmcr.c assemWers. packers, shippers, wholesalers, retailers and the various services r.ecdcd to deliver Ihc farmer's r~od i:ce to the consumer's dvr. K A I S E R - F R A Z E R C O R P O R A T I O N WILLOW RUN, M I C H I G A N

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