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February 4, 1948

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~ - fAGE FOUtf THE DAILY REGISTER. EARB1SBUKG. tt^WElgESPAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1948_ ALLEY OOP ADS (1) Notices Charge Accounts: 13 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Spec/a/ Discount for Cash-wiih-Order Minimum Advertisement Accepted--TWO Lines I (2) Business Service: i o t 1 A Grand Sa/aam [7" ,, _ .. MOST' OMNIPOTENT'NE55EL C" 1 IMBECILITY. VlfiMTV 5^ AT B * W MINE NO 2 WTOME TAX SERVICE.^. SS^^S^Si^^ ^Vi^and^V, 180- T^i--50DGE CONVERTIBLE it condition Radio and I'ho "'8F22. Eldorado. * 184-1 (5a) Help Wanted SPARE TIME MONEY MAKERS' Take easy orders for thrilling new Everyday Assortments. 15-card bo\ sells fast at only SI. You can make I hie profits! Also Birthday. Handi- j Notes. Gift Wraps. Personal Sta ivv****'*" « » · » - - · -- ** * r*o 1 ·) i L i ·· ' -·--· -- 111* L J i V l l l l v * f*iij\j *^«» »··«·»,*· · · · « · . « · ' W K E C K E K bJfiKVlCE DAY 777r~^777T~300 WITH 9,000 Notes. Gift Wraps. Personal Sta-j O ^ T E , .ppgATMFVTS phone 69, mtc phone 214R. Salmo 1J V C . ,040 \a*h 4-door sedan, I tionery. 10 other profit-makers j ^.^-r^j* ·£· L-^d efZsX- ct far \VITH i :i,u"- w^~v SALAA.MJ LX^.'jr*TM** t« A^£ ,0V TM^^\,"»' ^ S f a wuw '0KAY, BUB. I 5MAAM fc J2S/ 1 :vl 3® Ofc \sx J$ · u *"·- " * "' °" By V. T. Homn. a v , }Ts' / ' ±4' ?j e?' f*i «2«*I 3 ;i ·-··3 L'lL ABNER By Al Ca _=--%-«---- ' y \ i T p \ ' " : n C L E A N I N G , tiac coupe "WHY TAKE' CHANCES?" ^ ; l j ' ; ; -,,.,,, ,j» jw . Sales. Nash WITH A HOME PERMANENT r^-im , When . 133-5 Harrisburg ' Motor Sales and Service. 178-tf Get MOVING - LONG OR SHORT Cold Wive 1'or only, Wancc. Al-o coal hauling. No " · ' ;7' · « '$395 . , , Machineiess Wave ·-_ S3.50 Machine Wave _ ... - SZ.oO INCLUDING OIL SHAMPOO AND STYLED HAIRDRESS 5 vein lump i ! iei. i rat- IE PIECE WALNUT FINISH- suite. large waterfall circle mirror, chest .*;i \ p n u v \ \ i i u v.*i\-fc^ ·'· -__ · f r co and bed. only S98.50. Seten Fur' 127-tf niture Store. 184-3 Adams. Elmira, N. Y. RAWLEIGH DEALER WAITED at once. Good opportunity,-Write, at once. Rawleigh's. Dept. ILB- . 942-105, Freeport, 111. 182-- OF BEAUTY CULTURE 15 W. Elm t Harrisburg. Illinois PHONE 671W 184-1 MARK! LIVESTOCK ST LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Feb. Hogs -10,000; salable 7.500: un- - n even: weights 250 Ibs. down and sows, steady to 25c higher than Tuesday's average; heav: steady to 25c-lower. . and choice 18D to 250 IBS . S2b. 27 1-2 WEST POPLAR. VACUUM C L - ' N : * : (2A) Bus. Oo*orruni?ies KEL1ABLI re cordv bc:r . -^ CO ~V c^=h ic'iui.;ci V ill rr.o'^e EXPERIENCED BODY AND FEN- ' der man. permanent position, good ( working conditions. Harrisburg, Motor Sales. Nash Sales and Serv-', ice. 184-tf ^^^ ^£ I TM£ gS*2?MK£S vending Hersheys and other well known bars. $345.00 cash required Every applicant will be interviewed. Write, give phone, number to Box GL, in care of The : Daily Register. * 183-3 WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE-', work. Must have experience and references. Apply 322 S. Main., 180-ti J. SWEETBODY GOODPANTS (BLESS HIS SOUL) RETURNS TO JCITY. CHEERING CROWDS WELCOME. NOTED PHILANTHROPIST. MAVOft HAILS GOODPAMTS AS WITHOUT AN i-wrr--BftCK IN rrV LITTLE _ MAY GO/ . MASOJ 'SIR ·JW, I U^JW- · m^l-E^S w,^TOBSALONEVOUR WITH MY KINDLY M ^OOfe , THOUGHTS rr SIR- 1 CHIPPENDALE CHA|R£. I DONT REMEMBER IT- BEING HERE BETORE.- IT LOOKS COMFY -- v£ ·r T* Hi 1H 'PI 1 RO Jftp CJ~ 'S. IT'S THE MARSTER, ' BLESS SOUL cu I 0 \x *" ^ o)] a^j^-^ Heavy Snowfall (6) Employment Wanted P^PER HANGING. FRANK With More on Way Continues March of Dimes Campaign Here Until Feb. 15 ; The March 'of Dimes will con- 'tinue in Saline county until Feb. ID A! NT. tfetjtferington,,chairman, announced today. This is done to enable a complete return from i _ _ .»; ? j · * ^___ By United Press | \\^ euau**; « w^*"^**-*" WPER HANGING. FRANK Heavy snow fell today from the a U sources,'^he said. ,, .; .. Bond 516 W. Lincoln. Tel. 128W1. midwest to the east'coast, and the J Latest contributions include: $10, ; *169--Sveatherman said more was on the | Galatia Legion:' $5. Harrisburg wav. ' T p o i n n Auxiliary, and from the T?^- * v , A « f c v *. V V fX^ ^ .. r.*** -v; ,^ *·· -v W ^lv§ ?v ^ ._ _^/ _^ 'PLAIN SEWING. 2? 1-2 WEST t It v.as about that time, Boss, pr^tl *183-2 ! * , i i ..TM-^,i i uyicii. i some darn fool around here usedj , a Register Want Ad!" ARGEST S T O C K Uf . WALL- a a . way. L . ! Legion Auxiliary, and from the Meanwhile, the weather bureau foUowing schools: Hdlmev S6; ' tA «9fi7X^ ^e-eral loads 230 Ibs ~ a Register Want AQ! ! /7\ I «.» of the nation. A TM? a 't%f nractirai too Short (3) For R e n t ! -- -',(/) Lo»* The forecast for the north cen i«J5 .«79s'250 to-270 Ibs. roost- . ! LARGEST S T O C K Uf WALL- . wRTST tral states was continued cod a ??!-'9 to.$2ooO 160 to i*J *- 01 ae r ^-"r -^ ° is3 . tf , _ ---.Market. 184 1 1 ward to the mid-Atlantic state , o at Chicago reported that sub- j Ingram Hill, $5.30: Chenault. $8;' normal temperatures covered most | shilohf , $5.30, and S1T.20 from ' ! Muddy. , i "Remember half of all funds ollected remain with the Saline chapter," Hetherington said /M\- !»).. **.. liai 1 ) t*J J. i x/ * · - / * - ' * ^i * \ * l l . t »_·.**--.'--' S2525 to $26; '130 to 150 Ibs.. Karnsburs Pho. -15V S21J5 to $25: few, $25.25: 100 to . --120 Ib pigs, $15.75 to S20 2o. Sows. (4) p n r Sale 450 Ibs. doxvn, S23 to S23.75: tew. v _ _ _ . $24- over 450 lfas..,S22 oO to S23.2a. puxo \ EE BOWEN. 3IUDDY. Stags, $1" to S1S.50. r1 ' ' -184- ENTIRE STOCK OF FIRESTONE | today. ·"^·'ward to the mid-Atlantic states r . · |/i: no .v ~ , r T r ^^n ranged from three to .five inches,, Central Illinois BLACK ^HAaSD ... ^vimum of see inches in o«,.,|c ^linrwrv ^.^ fe. S D .A i j., \ i i n i j K,-iv^^ ~~ --xjcioA^i^i-ii TT»-sTr» rangea icom inreu iu "»c mw»v.^,,»»»...-.--- Itiactor tires at less than cost!PAIR LADY'S BLACK HAND i h a jfamum of sbc inches in Ro^ Slippery, Auto Supply. 19 West crocheted mittens. Call 2oO. 184-1 east ^ rn Ohio . M;«| i w«w Ben't ' 1R4-3' -- l ir ~«,-*«TM Hhir. tnu,-n; fared a HiahVfOV UCD I y extern Ohio towns faced a Highway Dcp't Warns VIOLIN.- GRO\E Cattle 3,500: salable 3,000: calves 700 all salable: about a dozen SASS loads of steers offered, these mam- club- ly medium to low good v.itnL sey- __ _ eral lots about steady at $^4 to -37 \yiLLYS. SiGo. N--.N $26 Heifers and mi^ed yearlings iop gas stove. 1331 ^ moderately active, about steady at week's decline. Medium to goou. o' i weet s ueciiiic. -xtj-'-»i». ^« o"-$20 to $ 9 5- cows active and strong: 2 REGISf£RED ^v . - ^ ^ sp ot S ,-2Vor_mor^higner. $i Can- Gucrrscy^ulg. ^^ ^ beef co-.vs. Endsle. near I!?.niibj'2 Coun- COAL, $6 TON DE- ~7: COAL. QUICK DELIVERY. TED '" "*' Price Coal Yard. Tel. 1143R2. *177-12 "·^-* ^^",'^m^'- f \ f ^'2 f****+$ % - f" ^s «!***^i'V^%^Ax x N "^ v* X" * f " f ''" ^^v*^ x x^J^r'TvV*'''' ' ·W na/ r« no/ ^na -rrJU- ^^^^ Peps: -rrttuufe Top*' W.7A you-everybody s (9) Miscellaneous ! ginia, today in northern Vir- Maryland, " Pennsylvania.; I ' l l I I I l l t V / l i fci**Vt »»-.-·*-- v $18 to $20: good beef bulls. S22.oO u club. to $23; medium to good sausage bulls, $21 to $2250; veal changed; good and choice. S36- common and medium, $16 to $27. ·r i :s\12 FELT BASE RUGS IN FLO- LEAYING FO R M! lt !n,l and tile patterns, $5.98. Seten ·' Thursday . Tel. 480. ^il'urniture Store. 184-^t _ ,Olj i.*****^ ·-·*·-*-J ~ - - - -^B . r. . TLT \ew Jersey. West Virginia, Ohio, £,anj ««v. v ^--;-- --., . v G A - northern Kentucky and southern' Tne Babylonians had .worshipped New York. i t h e O i d Sumcnan ·«-'*·-« ^ when ' Early Baoylonjan L»*« i ' _^ . * * t*" A * »tfr»r*:^iippC when' .Chicago Produce "'poultry: 11 tracks: easy. 30, ducks 26-37. Butter: "445,14-1 Ibs: ·score 87 1-2. E«gs: (Whites and brov.ns ec) 19,994 cases: steady to arm, _ extras 70-80 per cent A 45 1-2:, ,,, Dies at Mena, Ark. , . iwho was given .first place ( anipng. ·%»« «·« « » » . ^ . . TM - f - ^ \VHV waa » » VP*» · -- *-.. u. 1 j- , T , ^ «-u- ' co the gods.-Then be saw that-schpou Mrs. Claude (Lula) \\ilkms. 62J «« goo' ^ edueat ic«*f (10) Instruction , ^^k for hidden design under the cork^in "· every Pepsi-Cola bottle top. ^ Tt · Enter Pepsi's gre n tS203.725"Tre a sureTo P " · Sweepstakes and Contests. · Every entry gets a Treasure Certificate for ,the big Family Sweepstakes Prize of ' $25;000.00 Cosh. · Colleit-andswapP'ip*"TreasureTops"... GET ENTRY BLANKS ' {C,fanl - '- ' , . . AT YOUR STORE / "''»".i.«"· Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, ^-' 1 · , I' Frarifchised - Botlle'r: - ^; v ' C H I C K E N BROODERS, ALL ' *ites, electric, 50 to 100 chick capa- ^ " . _ *+f\ r\~ A. _ tf»«1fi fl^ extras 60-70 per cent A --: standards 43-43 1-2: .curren: ceipts 42-'£-43; dirties 3b checks 38 1-2. '- ,a:,d \Vsll;..o^r ' · · '"-^ ] ^e s , electric, 50 to 1UO cnics capa- _ i-- -. C l t v Priced from $9.95 to $49.9o. firm: So rA i\:ixc ' CHUIST" CAN-| w ; leV ' S Rome, Farm and Auto, % ^ 25 x 47 i n . S20. Tel To--HI U, lp p lv 2 2 W. Poplar. 184-12: )\\ ns JRIM- ,^-j. Tc(J _ ' 1S1-* 11 yt ' f O * J I*111 * "*" -- * *.** ^ v^T^T\T"VT^" O\TCTf ^.T^I fT"^T ** 1 \.\t *.n***» u i -- · ij ( it \ Zt" l\ T* T* t'l i \ \ j O X O X lj*VAO| t^\_/JJ^ i S_ 4 .^. Hri'cOAL. CuKE. A N n ; -INDI.J_NG ,j n - nar pa ds, ledger sheets, filing - ft. 1--, Field Says ^$ m 01 Two. Papers Caused by ilrlke CHICAGO. Feb. 1--tCE'-- Marshall Field charged today .hat .' typesetters' sti.ke against Chicago's daily newspapers vcs "a strong contributing factor' to his merger this.week of the morning Sun and-afternoon Times.. , Field sent a letter jo, ihe Chicago Federation of Labor -whicn said that the two papers had never had a chance to show what lhc could do under normal condition*. The strike began shortly a*tcr Field purchased the Times ar.u began producing both papers iron the Times plant. · The letter was read at the Feu-, eration's monthly meeting «ast night and was broadcast c\er tn.c FedTation's racho stat'.on rlons with"a replv by Jonn .1. 1'ilch. r.res- ident of the strikir.s Cmtajio Tr- pographical Union. Field charged Ih-t Pi'-cn. in = recent radio cddrcss. bpsslcd ihat ELECTRONICS--RADIO START NOW ON YOUR CA- reer in Radio and Electronics. Write today for information on prepate Ior a v e e , October. The body will be fe :i Excavators 'have £ [iSUm p«aua, itwe,\-i w..^«--, i GJipment, filing cases, indexes, | md"X cards. Harrisburg Printers, ^ "s Vine St. Phone month. 166-tf LOUISVILLE RADIO SCHOOL 413 West Jefferson Street, Lou- SPECIAL SHAMPOO AND SET, jisville, Kentucky. *163-- 'CANARY SINGERS. ALSO M A T - ' -- ~ pairs. 312 X McK.nlcy, TcL I (5) Wanted TO BUY TYPEWRITER !i;r- 367. Harrisburg. WRITE 184-u Steve G. Pappas, 57, Prominent Resident Of W. Frankfort, Dies Steve G. Pappas, 57. prominent resident of West Frankfort, died arrangements are this time. i "Whoever excels in wr»i«. Mrs. Wilkins was a sister of Mrs., s bn iii a nt like the sun." Ezra Heatherly and Calvin Black- j man of Harrisburg; Mrs. George Bond of Pontiac, Mich.: Lucian Blackman of Phoenix. Ariz/. \v. o«:t:vmaii ui * ..-w"^--. Vegetable Fiber Mattresses Although comfortable," modern mattresses are fairly recent in hv a daughter, Mrs. Ruby Barn- far back as the 3rd centurj. B. C. aby of Tampa. Fla.; a son Ray Vegetable fibers and feathers are ** "·? w _ * . * . i t-^_..J * _* * u -- ^ r , . . i * A e f f i i i m c f m a - ! Hundreds of 1'eiutiful New Tat terns Priced To Save You Money | 1 Ll» « · " U · · **«*· * »«?-* -- - 57- ' i t^OlUCilb W i " V-W". -- - · -|| T ,,: i Tuesdav morning in the West « TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION j Fra nkf6rt Union hospital from the 1'discs, 12, 15, 18, or 21-ft. John'| effects of a cerebral hemorrhage ! Deere I. H. C.. Roderick Lean.ji which he suffered last Saturday new type David Bradley, Massey, night Harris, or -Minneapolis Moline.} r Wiimoth t l U l I I O . V" ...i.....--r- 1 Write G. R. Borg, Biggsville^ ; Pho. 38F4. ll ;. owner of the Colum- via v~..v... ..lichen in West Frankfort for the last 30 years, was well \Y.0.1paiiT. Taint 5 W. Chnrch Glass Co. I'hor.c T.Oi · · · * * · · -- -- " - X W l U iV*i V»»»^ +mmj*t w ^,- · -- - -- . '. _. r^i known throughout southern IHi- ,TU RENT 4-5 RM. MODERN OR, Rois {or his activities in Masonic Is.cT.i-modern house, unfurn. Write]jchcles. He was a member of the "'"·;; KL. co Daily Register. * 184-3j\\- 0ft Frankfort Masonic and Odd Sike Ties Up irling; Pilots auj ut Aam^a* *· *·*·? *· ----* j Von Lienen. and her husband. . i Woman Held in \ Fatal Shooting of ! Former Husband | INDIANAPOLIS. Feb. 4--O-: Harvey Samuel Broglin, 3o. was shot to death early today and a well-to-do East Side divorcee was arrested shortly afterward to face a charge of murder. Mrs. Jeanette W caver Oder; 46. told police that "I shot him." Her * J found recorded as the earliest terials. 'lory and ! Louis. ! vein. Broglin. - -- · -- - - · -- ,,,-. . j«» vorccci DV **Aio- ·\^v^v.» »--»^ ···"·----- --· ... McKinnis Pappas The body , t " marr i c d Edward Oder now lies in state at the Pappas ·'": u {or div orce from her l countrv home. Route 37. one -''"' ana z suu lw - - . He is survl.-ed by his \Mfe. Dr. 'yr.e McKinnis Pappas. The '" " . M,AMI. Fla Feb j. 4-^CB. -* , s t u Vral"sSic^"vhich will in* I * r C h l d ^!W 6 ..... a bartender, was divorced by Mrs. Oder two years aso. She lateV married Edward Oder land a suit for divorce from her pending in .nar- elude Masonic rites, will be held ciosc down the operation ol the Sun and Times altogether. The struck Chicago rnpcrs. .-.c Sun and Times. Daily Ncv^. i rib- ;;uii . , une, Herald-American ar.o ,Tp':ns- i ac r ' -· . of Commerce, have continued jnir. -. r -- c t j f.-, Hshing by unng a phpiR-CPCrnM^ abp4 . t it . tt .. process during the Tr:r.,cr; M. -.Pilch did not deny F'c.as r »-uo- mcnts but said the pobl-.^rr.V ' re- .MCinOUlSl tllUitu in "tov » »....» fcrL Rev. C. S. Tripp of Litch ' · by the church ,, ,,.. cry a Re-.. i r lrounded all 22 planes of ^""la 1 ssAurdav'at 'JTp.'m^^^'at the "Central 'Airlines today The pilots;charg- Mcthodfst chu ^. h in West Frank · - cd the aircraft were not maimam- - - -- -«- cr."i- t -d with proper regard to safety. , 5 re The airline's mechanics walked j'-'J.^a? three \\ccks auo in support of r r. · n }-'nkc by clerical and station cm- r. · · nlojes who struck Jan. 24. ".."i- "The last scheduled flight of the Rev. C H. Caflton in con- $cr ,. icc . mcnta uut jx»i" «·- I-.-" verse should be en object lesson to all others v.ho ?kn ur:or.-h,-. ing." " * plcu. lyj* mo: of Uibcrc.'lf-^ ^ S J ^ ^ t c r ^ l ^ i P onc'of his f*o papers i; aorc i'.: "O. -, casualty rstc may soor. oc 1C? o r ^ r c ^ ; ' c cent if he conlir.ycs to i J ' h , ;r.-'h«lln "r.; ^***** ·r***t-*+f*,r _ _ , ions. Autos Collide At Carrier Mills State Highway Policeman D. Sweat reported that car- en by John CnaviS. co.r.e» . ·^] . ilto ^-,, r ^ ,, Bartell Russell, botn o. ^-^r ..-. - ^^ ^. , c»r. · · ' -^' T- _ i o ,oi U'- J :r. 1 One f bcttt-.- -T - Student Injured Following Ambulance rr' ! rthc"piiot5 said they "wouldn't Carrying His Father uAc up any more planes until ' ·* ! 3 - ^ncianccs were settled. DECATUR, 111., Feb. 4--UE-" Ir. Chicago. David L Bchnckc. Donald Elcnorc, ,,· Effinghara high : '-^ -rc-sic'cnl of the Air Lines Pilot school student, an3'a companion WocialK'n AFL). said the walk- were injured critically late yes':' ^iit uas called after two "almost tcrday in J a highway accident " -"innin'.o:3; strike votes." He said -which occurred as the two follow~~ :Kc voles climaxed two years of cd an ambulance carrying JE1- pcor pilot-management relations. morc's father to St. Mar'"s hospital A spokesman for the airline, here for an operation. · \ h,ch operates between New York, Jack Elmorc, an official at the · . \c\\ Orleans and the Florida re- Xorgc plant in Effingham. under- '·r ^o^; nrea. said the strike "was cal- WC nt an operation this morning · Ir.tcd to no as much damage to and was still in serious condition. :3-y- company as possible by mti- HIS son was treated for head and -.-. m?i»«; hc nlancs arc not safe, internal injuries, and Hilton Wood, ' .' llohnckc well knows this is an un- an employe at the Xorgc plant, ,s in;*.h. The CAA inspect* and ap- was in serious condition with a f · piovcs for flicht every craft that fractured hip and cuts. ·· o jzoes on the line." ( The son was following the am- Kchnc'Ke said the strike stem- bulance in the family car when the · rrcd from two principal causes: car skidded and overturned. The Increasing apprehension on the car was demolished. T-ml of ihe pilots about fl\ing Mrs. Elmore was riding in the ,, . Claries whose safely aspects, from ambulance with her husband. - a standpoint of maintenance, were i · and alarming ion county superior court. Dies Raymond E. Johnson. 44. Car- bond'ale. husband of the former Mrs. Ruby Wallace of Omaha, died Tuesdav "afternoon in the Holdcn ' hospital at Carbondalc. His bodv 'was returned to Omaha and was , taken to the home of the 3 Gas Shortage W H E N IT'S NIGHT, IT'S LIGHT \VE GIVE FREE TICKETS CRAZY YJPE! If We Can't Sell We'll Give It Away Business We Want NO OBLIGATIONS TO BUY Marathon Service CLETCHER AND SIVOK South Main and Raymond ON I Saves Mo ney,T» Concrete not o in surface " TM* «* lcs At night your headlights do a stopping even in the ran- better job on concrete. Its Driving is safer on concr^j light gray surface picks up and spreads illumination without ^glossy" reflection. Pavement edges and obstructions are clearly defined. - c fm a \ And night and day, con- other pavements of equal Crete's even, gritty-textured carrying capacity, surface reduces skidding, aids concrete for your ro PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 33 W. Grand Ave.; Chicago 10, 111: A national organization to rmpror* anJ ·xtend : ftmoofc mfntific nteotch ono ---·"·' «« « »c HART'S MO SAX CH AR.U E , WH AT ARE VOU CUTTIN' OUT OF THE PAPER.?AM ABOUT THE FJNE P' AND 8ODY WORK OONE^ BV-- open to serious l dool-U" and an unsettled gricv ' P Cbolerm Loss causes a loss of aboat dollar., c»ch HURTS MOTORS AKJ JTEM ABOUT * . WHO GOT A» DIVORCE BECAUSE HIS-WIFE WENT THROUGH H\S POCKETS AT N J H T / 7 S MOTORS SiRl OF SBTlSFIHTIOr , Wt\_\--WHAT VOO o OP HARRISBURG. 'SFAFLRI SPAPLRl

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