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February 6, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

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fAGE, FOUB THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., FRIDAY. FKBKUAUY G. 1948 ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with~0rder Minimum Advertisement Accepted--TWO Lines County Committees Asked to Report On Lincoln Train Donations by Monday Another Meanest Man LITTLE HOCK. Ark.-Little Rock officers arc looking for the "kind" fellow who offered to help a blind broom peddler rid of his wares -- and walked with the $U he received from " first six sales. off his (1) Notices ,{3) For Rent (4) For Sale (Continued) swag 0 , EXPERIENCED KITCHEN HELP or short order cook. Dutch and Lil's Cafe. 186-2 When You Can Get A NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Professional Cold Wave for on;y $3.95 Machineless Wave . $3.50 Machine Wave $2.oO INCLUDING OIL SHAMPOO NO 1940 Chevrolet coupe: 1936 Pon 43. 178-tf g!5[5oM~liousE :AT MUDDY.'' ITALIAN STYLE SPAGHETTI Pho. 1180R. " · 185-2 served with salad. ivy it. It s delicious.. ROOM TOR MAN. 507 In. 521 W. Poplar. Jack's Drivc- 186-1 E E. BAKER'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE . ' 15 W. Elm Ilarrisburg, Illinois PHONE G71W 186-1 N. Jackson. 'loo-o MOD. SLEEPING R M , cnt.. automatic oil heat. South. In HZemoriam ,,n.......--, ~.- -- ---- . In loving memory of Everett O i write Sinscr Sewing Crabb who was killed in a plane Harr.bbura. Pho. 4o'A. Feb. 6. PORTABLE ELECTRIC SE\VIX| by the month. Phone) QUJCKlfcS -- ~ ' Center. 183-tf THREE PIECE WALNUT FINISH- PRIV.' ed bedroom suite, large waterfall 11 W . l v n n i t v with circle mirror, ches; 185-2 ' and b.-d. only $98.50. Seten Fur- · ' r.iture Store. By Ken Reynolds (5a) Help Wanted Body of Mrs. Lula Wilkins to Arrive Here Tomorrow Tin- body of Mrs. Lula Wilkins., p" \\ho died Tucbday at her home "*"** _ . · . i _ .. ill .ittnitrrt \\-\ \1 f*. SPRINGFIELD. 111., Feb. 6. (U.l!--Mrs. Herbert Crowe, executive secretary of the Illinois section of the Abraham Lincoln Friendship Train, said today that County Train committees must rc-| port the type and location,of their, contributions by next Monday. LWn^oro tomorrow at in The body of Mrs. Wilkins. yy VA » V* *·***.-« , resident of Harrisburg. i j . boin" returned here for burial. EXPERIENCED BODY AND FEN-! am l upon arrival, will be taken J . _. A ...«-tni-.n + »»^voit I «tn rtnn,\ _ A I. .. f"? iK)ir\**i? f 1! fl *M**1 I 1101110 11\ der man. permanent position, good working conditions. Harrisburg Motor Sales, Nash Sales and Service. 184-tf R'» \\h'i died ruCbiKiv ai uc-i «v»m- iw,iuiiuuuuiii w.« "v«v .«v .·· f n ' M o n a A r k . «ill'arrive in Me- Mrs. Crowe said the reports m Mina. ."*.. ^^ a.'should be sent to her at the offices of the Illinois Church Council, 100 W. Adams. Springfield. "She said the information was needed to complete arrangements foi transportation of the contributions to various collection points throughout the state. Local committees telephoning or telegraph- itim iiw** *»* * · · *··· -- . to the" Gibbons funeral home m this city. Survivors include Mrs. Ezra Htathrrly of Harrisburg. who was \e ·»«..,. M'.lL'ine K i i n o r n l OWN SMALL MANUFACTURING Ul business--at home. man. family [ 1? " tcr can assist; operate cutter machine and assemble; spare or full time. $200 for machine. Write Box CAB. H* 11 llf l i V Ui II i l l * 13 *-*"*£·· " "v »*-·-- i i i i L i i ; i . o _\.n»f«v*«.-o -- ··* » ., MS- v of Mrs. Wilkins. Funeral ing the Springfield office will re- Vr m"ements will be announced C eive final instructions concern- « » * " u ' * ^ _ _ * _ · :A : n f tU^ii* n/\titi*imi. in care of The Daily Register. * 186-3 no one'can SLEEPING ROOM. PHONE steal, ' ' Death is a heartache no one can _ heal, - , (4) Fur Sc!fc Some may forget now that you re _ gone, ,, DELICIOUS BARBECUED RIBS. But we will remember no matter ^..^ t i lc , n home by the pounu. how long. j; ck's Drive-In, 521 W. Poplar. _ i things We love to speak of the - you did, We love to breathe your name. 18S-1 STATE TESTED FIRST QUAL- we iuvc iv u »^"~ .7-; :---.., itv Red clover, Sweet clover. La- We loved you dearly in this lite, d ;no c i overt RJB Top and Lespe- In death we do the same. deza scec j. Godard's Farm Mar- Sadly missed by mother, brotn- ket 185-S ers, and sister. · "Ibo-l --1_ _ _ "--: ---- SCHUMACHER SHORTS AND 0 bran. Godard's Farm Market. 185-3 (6) Employment Wanted PAPER HANGING. FRANK t Bond. 516 W. Lincoln. Tel. 128W1. »169-- (7) Lost 2 ENGLISH SETTER BIRD DOGS, R CV Calvert Alexander, uuuui u^ · ···-· male and female--female white i Ua . Jesuit Missions Magazine charg-, P'" 1 - · · with black ears; male black and , e d today that Chinese Commun-, err. l l h n o u c a r s may join tan head and white and black- ists a re killing all American mis-. ^how section 01 »e v ticked body, right rear leg solid s i on aries captured in northern .Train at bprm^iieiu, black. Both with collars and name china--both Catholic and Protest-1 sdJa- Abraham Lincoln plates of owner. Liberal reward. an t. · ine " ld NEW YORK. Feb. 6-- The V V l * W 1111*1* « 1 H J V » v » - v » - v - . - » «*_. ing disposition of their contnbu tions, Mrs. Crowe said. Although there will be an official "show section" of the Illinois train starting in Springfield on Lincoln's birthday Feb. 12. Mrs. Crowe said many cars will be sentr directly to Philadelphia, or will join other sections 01 the tram at Chicago or Indianapolis. Lvpec, Two Shiploads Contributions trom northern Illi- r.oib will go directly to Chicago i and then be sent eastward, Mrs. j Crowe said. Southern Illinois cars · MEN WANTED FOR INSIDE JOBS Producing Building Materials Semi-Skilled and General Labor Work JOBS ARE PERMANENT Employer will assist in locating housing for single men. Company representative will interview and hire- all day, "Monday, February 9th, through Wednesday, February llth, at the Illinois State Employment Service 155 N. Main Street, Harrisburg, 111. t e STALLS . . Bill" Brooks, Box 112 Galatia 111 he statement was made in an · « child s pet. ^PATMTFT Ph ruww? Pho. 116W1. .-iiiiea--l »ee« NOTICE OF CLALMS Notice is hereby given that the train, starting at Lincoln, Nebr., 3 I interview as the editors of the j Ga i es b ur g. Kewanee. Princeton, r i magazine released the first docu- j Mendota an( ] Aurora to pick up 'imented charges against the Com- j " contr jb u twns. In addition, the ,munists in connection with the j Kock Island ra ji roa d will pick up (campaign against the church m carg at Rock Islam }, Morris and Hundreds of Beautiful Xe\v Patterns Priced To Save You Money Barker WHmoth Wallpaper. Paint Glass Co. « 5 W. Church Phone 304 " ENTIRE STOCK OF FIRESTONE i (10) Instruction . ..-_ tires a t leSS th ^ n *r»«f ! Church to u u p v . ' * ministratrix of the estate of Alonzo Hill, deceased, will attend before the County Court of Saline Countv. State of Illinois, to be held at the Court House m Harrisburg, in said County, on the First Monday in March A. D. 19*8 to-wit, on the 1st day of -.larch next, for the adjustment of £ll claims against said decedent. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified and requested to attend -said Court on said day for tae ·purpose of having the same ad, justed and any person indented «to said estate is requested to make 'immediate payment to the under* signed. * Dated this 29th day of January ft A- *s* _ . _ 1--, T T-.-VT A TJTT T ! 'rViijU^HJ L C 5 n V / **i *"v A ' *-* v j - * ^ « - » * - t \ , j . i * v * » · * - ' · - -- , - Y ; . SADIE LENA mLL - ^ ^ . ^^»,.JM^gg; 'Don Scott, Attorney. ISO-it ho:r.e by the quart. J a ^ t , ^ : - ^ ^ Homet farm an d Auto ff h Gold standard by .(8 Found jthe Communist-occupied areas j n t with possi bie stops at La hired a BRUNETTE secre-, 1 _ - -- I The campaign was highlignted Sa i le and Ottawa. The Milwaukee th a Register Want Ad!" SMALL BLACK TERRIER. 4 recently by the mass air evacua- , and Northwestern railroads also = - , whitg {get %vhite _ tip p ed ta ji. owner tion of missionaries from behind wjU haul cars nuo Chicago. n 1 sS^r^u^'-^tr^ii _ 1^ c °S u %A S f. . h a ^SM?*?£S. Mnt and waur a per o c..j (9) Miscellcneou. ^^^S^S »*iS5r r-S£ * -- RADIO 184-31 START NOW ON YOUR CAREER t T-, T^^4irt inrl T^lof»trnnir»c I GOOD LUMP COAL, $6 TON DE- j iivered. Tel. 1168W2. . 142-tf j COAL. QUICK DELIVERY. TED Price Coal Yard. Tel- H43R2. ^ ---VIOLIN G ROVE Club - ,.,.^ FELT BASE RUGS IN FLO-, ^ ITE lai a"d tile patterns. $5.98. Seten j 180-tf Furniture Store. 184-3 In Radio and Electronics. School G. I. Approved. Small classes Laboratory Work Included Write today for information. LOUISVILLE RADIO SCHOOL 413 W. Jefferson Street Louisville, Kentucky 186-- DELICIOUS H O M A D E CHILL! C H I C KE N BROODERS. ALL *-**-* ·" -* w A ^^ ** *^ , » j * _ -- f\ i _ ~f\f\ nt^.nl* rtrtr\0_ MARKETS ^ f for murdered or tortured to death" ' {j c j a i s ex pect to collect two ship- by Chinese Communists in the last, loads Q j food for the ne edy in two years. i Europe · That all church property was t ^ H . b 1 ng chS fradrrginTar- Auto Driver Killed In Collision with Loaded School Bus ,n, ai...."""., «- , ALEXANDRIA. Ind., Feb. 6-said Father Alexander who went | (U g ) _ Akn . au tomobile collided with to China early last summer to be- j a loaded schoo i bus on a slippery " " c o u n t y road today and one man was killed. Wayne Couch, 25, of Summit- rested, fined, expelled, imprisoned or executed. · . , "The report does not include | Protestant losses because we have no authority to speak for them," * SPECIAL SHAMPOO AND SET. «50c; manicure '25c;, ejcbro\v^arr. » Culture. Business Service. · Wiley's Home, Farm ·Drive-In, 521 W. Poplai. ^S' 1 ' Supply, 22 W. Poplar. .ARRIVED. CERTIFIED ; ed oats. Godard's Farm 185-3 · Wanted LIVESTOCK gin the collection of documents on which today's report was based. "The affair has been a hush- hush matter until now because we hush matter until now because we ;u died short i y a f te r the auto- did not want to jeopardize those · mob ' Ue he was driving skidded who stayed to keep Christianity ho . rinn i n t n a sc hool bus carry- alive. , . ' 'All church leaders are being - INCOME TAX SERVICE. R. ," ,. 2 ' mats northeast of 'McDowell, McDowell Grocery. Mil!s " Pho. 327R and 595W2. 180-- . . _^______ TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION ,,,.^ T . rt . TT r-rnr'u vwv discs, 12, 15, 18, or 21-ft. John 1941 PLYMOUTH COACH, NEW . ^ ^ H ' c Roderick Lean, motor, new tires. Sam ( Marun,.,^ t ' ypfi Dav j d Brad i ey Massey """""", Harris or Minneapolis Moline. · Write G. R. Borg, Biggsville. 111. «170-24 arrested, and all Americans are ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK-|fa e ing killed," he said. Y-^RDS Feb. 6.--(UJE)--(USDA)--| The report said that in the last Livestock: [two years in the provinces of Hogs 9,500; salable 5,5 weights § _ Catholic churches '183-4 - W R E C K E R bERVlCE DAY; Q U " a ;i! V j^inti. National " phone 69, nite phone 214R. SaUnc a t c j \v ; allpapcr C" ^e»°- "° heVr0let ^^ r^r^oT^ACHINE^^^ I r ^ l l t T O RENT 4-5 RM. MODERN OR Iscrr.i-inodern house, unfurn. Write lower; 160 Ibs. down, mostly steady. iwag^Thursdayt'top, 5 S Oc e highe 3 ? Converted i_83 Catholic= churches The Daily Re Heavier wei g hts_ mostly 25 to 75c into^ Communist hegqjartei*,^ by carrier boy. headon into a school bus carry- in 0 15 grade school children. Ten of the children were taken to St. Johns hospital in Ander-on where their conditions were described as "not serious." Two others were taken to Fairmount ^Grant county^-foj^treatment by private physicians. The Daily Register, 20c a week. lower; IDU IDS. uowu, muauv aicauj. --.-------; Sows, 50c to SI lower. Most good j movie theaters. _ _ j li__: ion »« 0-Jrt IKe C9=; 9n LOOtCCl IDD CALLS BAWLS HAULS Take it from a back seat driver'. . . the little woman always recommends" us for quick, prompt service. 626 N. Main DEAN'S GARAGE DEAN HILL Phone 66 and choice 180 to 230 Ibs., $25.25 to $26: top, $26.25 for one load. o/in o-n s 3 W A L L P A P E R - prompt service. I IZ'-tl i SET BROOM MACHI.NbK^, a.iu , -- - ^^5 w 350 lbs $22 . 2 5 to S23.75; - T ,,. ....... electric sewing machine with all £ . T . GARAGE WITHIN 2] 160 to 170 lbs.. S24 to S25: 130 CLEANING- aU a C hments: Singer sweeper ear. 60Q w fc south Main.j t o 150 lbs .. $20.75 to $24: 100 to ·hone A 029A. oid , Wlll sc n at bargain. 326 W . , £££ TM Q0 ^ tei 243R2- 186-2 {^Q lb . pip , $14.75 to S19; sows, icw-o Ravmond. 100-^ _ _ ._,, ,. j_., m coi =sn to S22: over 3 VACUUM CL-liA.Nr-ii-, AKE OVH- o. PC . v.'ALNUT DINING ROOM! "only business 0. K Bu:»:d. Lii ?u; tc; 3-FC. v.clnut poster bedroom i 7 Hall Bldg., Ml. Vcrnon. III. li-if S ;::te. ai bargain Tel. 229R. *1S.2| \VASHING. 5EL: OilVAL SPOT AND T RA? SHOOTING at Saline Moior Co. 132-t: ^- l!nda y afternoon at 1. Coy C. - , i-!»m " " 136-2 i(2A) Bus. Opportunities 1 CAR - liurfee la Gov'l Certain Looted 166 churches and de-j stroyed 25. ' ) The Communists have closed 1.071 Catholic schools and burned 12, occupied 216 mission stations, looted 245 more and destroyed 88. Seeks to Find Brother Through His Son, 7 An Oregon woman is making an attempt through the state super- Thank i uattie JL.OUU; baiauie A,V/VU, .ai«^o attempt tnrougn me suite au^ci- i 400. all salable. Not enough steers | j n tendent of public instruction, lor heifers here to warrant mention. ] Vernon L Nickell. to locate her Cows in light supply and finding j Dro who has been missing over j slow clean-up trade at unevenly j a vear i § FOR PRIVATE £ banquets phone ~ The Country Club. PARTIES OR County 54F11. 103-tf r U i . L L I N E MA'. r-\G A N D OTiH ,-r \\niher pait-s Ser\'icc on aili ·nnkes Williams Applinr.ce Co R15 E Ponlnr Th DUBLIN . Feb . 6 _(U.K- lower prices." A few good cows. Thp!$22: common and medium K "" r lllv * - t t ^ = r t +^ eiO ^H- /or»noi woman. Lucille I. Coffey. 'Box 72. Lebanon. Ore., wrote | ·SScr £ ~ ?iS5^'sS%^:;cSf JS S SSfcliSMJ SSS' g JS5?t«. S5*'.SE | i^J±: ^a^s?«.fe.^! e £Sr STiSSs ^, old. i -WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY ^O V* I i.-i t _.,,_* K" thr» Ki^fk **f»Pfrai CMGCllGIi ' ^·"· ¥ ** *v ***· * fmnr *·---- » c a t o v*v*. t ment b.. "cfci; e ». cn fTM' "f c "° t ,. j stcadv: medium to good sausage -j xvas wondering if you could; SESOPGASSTOVE:B RE AK- "S^fTS ^* ^ '· SSLftS'ffi'ESlISM '^ «* »~-"^ ?""« ' ^ kind in the world, has a fine open- io.3l b. sing in Saline County for the man · -who wants to start a ousmess of LOAL. *-Ui\i. 2 large linoleums: Flor-,' ~ v !th %ve n ttovc: small oil stove. · p ar :ii mc nt 186-3 , r , enl over 100 mbjned opposition. Political quar-j Sheep .--,,«,,, r»r» Vnlnm in rpsif n i nhlft su ciininineu ouMu^itiuti. j. v»*viv«« V^M**. i v ..^.- t - - .· . _ , , . ..i.^, ;,p"s expected DC Valera to resign!able supply includes one double 5SR 1 . 'lol ,i? ,.l,re in nffir^ ideck clion«d lambs held over and in I to S23: vealers. $2 lower: good and superintendents of schools to see j -- . -- j .j ^ ev ft avc him enrolled in any j of their schools" she said. j Dale Wilson. Saline county sup- j erintendent of schools, would ap-1 preciate any information if the boy is enrolled in this area. The Daily Register, 20c a week. 1 , by carrier boy. = Free = Lands Embezzler : In a Ja!§ .. -- I Labor -·, pr ice change. 8 p. m. 100 ^ ciann Na Taimhan^or Farmers i. Butter: 352.122 lbs.: weak: 90 j PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW^FOR ,·" " "^fSSJ H7 Parliamen- sco£r ^f' (whitc and browns ^ K .\ your spring fcrulucr. Godards ^ ^^ ^. itf jt ^ ' cd) T 6 . 9 24 cases: irregular: extras! *"'·" MrrV " } 10 ° ° it seemed apparent tnat De \ al- 7Q ^ 0 ccnl at 46 IA: cxtra 60 -1 tin could not get a clear over- 7Q ccnt at 45 ^ 2: standards I :-li majority, and thus might be 43 12 . currcnt rccc i p ts 43: dirties faced with a coalition teamed ^ h fc M blast him from office. Time and ^ u he would Farm Market. . ^ ice. See Cc. 5 i DETROIT. Feb. S-O,-A noi- ^- MODEL"A FORD. 30 xoCTH ;g\S/l£iE ld . l Sii5S,n*" bS Grain Prices Drop 2 so-jaunty cashier sat in a c s.i^ MJchigan St.. Gask!^ City. '1S6-2 J » « ; » · d w ,, g . Q c , n ^ - iait .ccii. today ar.a_vi.viu.i ^ . ^t "hi. he iniaht do no^ Third Straight Day (Continued from pa?c one) je jciii w v * i *w*«." **·-·*-- - ·- ·- - - ___--.--^------·----- -- hsdn't distpbutcd S50 up-. J'' NoV/ 1S THK TIME TO FERTI- 1 a^nazcd airline attendants or iluli .i.c,v, what he might do now. ., v .. -- - , Advance belief amons the c\ _ s-ti0A.u 0...4..V. --..~.. »- -- H?o vour lav.ns. »\c nrs\o a com- . «v._« iv,o r-lociion v.ould »ro t cd a 31.000 bill to ar. adn-.-nn, ^c iir.c of sanlen ar.d lawn fcr- «£ f ^nd.l.dc a?^t De 1'3 A . . - crowd of orlwKcrs . ti'.ucr?. Abo. blue ?riss. white «·-^ . ^ ^ of York market have dropped sub~* Surburban nighlar.o P.n-: poii.o . r and s hady lav.n mixed ^''- *;";.,' .L s thc f a: ] ur e of stantJally since Jan. 15. George £j;,ilcd John T. M«rph. Uo. " a iccds! . Godar.'/s Farm Market ;·* vjcBride/ ihc Republican Dressier, secretary of ihc National ^charges of sl^lm- .*·.· " · - ia., ;^" ·£* apparent .Ucn-lh 'Association of Retail Meal Dealers. i, the till of an c^n^cy ? nd :hvn ---------^7 TM*^f\- R £* II call I^ gen- said the inarket break would have »- allcmptir.s a faa airr«i-'i2 ,, av. ay. !, State police rs:d Mv^l-y. ^ M crcsscr a^d a free; an sirhr.cs _ ,., · ., iir V-jip'ra to call a sen- saYd the market break would have ;cl " 4-ROOM SCMI-MODERN, HOME. ] ^f^^Sfon "° immediate effect in butcher shops. He said that the price downturn } 'S .probably would not last long cnouch ever to be r.oticcd by consumers. Dressier said he expect- - 4-ROOT-l SCMI-MODERN, HOMr,. ...Small dov,n payment, balance-likc «-ai ciccuon^ 'td'rcnt. Inq«»"J 100!) S. ^ d j^ AN"H S . ^ ' K h u Tel 256. 132U * co an B!4ii:.cj '··· »'-'-·'" v " " ^ _ · - __________ " cvcr-or.c he hid j;-i - w/.c- a " 1 - lll- '«.. xS «;oN COAL AN" r ir.g" in a Tolcao .a T .b-,n ? bft«^ ^;\^ ,cc C»al T, ^ ;.nd j« call h'.ni -u;:c.. ,.».-*.«· _ - Al the Willow Run f irr.r,rt .v- VFVET1A x BLINDS. FREE ES- ·* Hipped the driver a $10 tip ana * Jgg 1 Karl L Wallace, call ·"walked into the v.-m^ ro.^ ^^ Kar -1853 ·i vhcre he bought a -S2 sn-ui..^ j^___ .-- a thf°chark" ^ wa%ed 6-FOOT COLDSPOT ELECTRIC to the "salesman. "I've ^ plenty gc ^. *' 01 wnr^y. . . . Murphy then hanaca thcjcrt w Sn Route to Funeral i-OCOHONTAS. Ark Ten 6 _ 'Tier. ' . ed no material changc in meat i prices between now and next NEWSPAPER acc.dcnt take } on route to a his parent*, ^nd a sister-, ·would go up again, because he has x o u i S I T E C A N D I E ' i Have a heart--give NOKKIS Kxqmsite Candies, the sweet sentiment she « acer ncoina lor I ID «av valentine dress NORRIS Kxaaisitt Candies cxorcss vcnr thoughts sayina "WilJ bt mv "alentine?" ir ar un tor«ettable manner! RAY'S DRUGS We feel overwhelmed with the encouragement demonstrated by our friends and fellow businessmen. ' V Our opening day celebration was a great success. Many people visited our new store. We wish to thank everyone for the flowers they sent, and for the many congratulatory messages. We will long remember our opening day. CLOTHING HOUSE Herman T. Towle Edwin Towle John Tcwle :WSPAPLRI

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