The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on February 12, 1948 · Page 6
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February 12, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 6

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Thursday, February 12, 1948
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'.,.,u J , , , - I arti in Ic ! -? Kc 'I '«! ,'.e b Ol l L 0 THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG. ILL.. Let's Keep His Spirit With Us Thc Daily Register, 20c a week. where * * * need if Police Intensify Search for St. Louis SSiotgs:" Bandit mi and Russians Charge Britain ftejwted of Documents ,. nfiire's d s i i l v l l i - h olfK-ial dick's" 11 ° rilu ' as evidence of ''"'^/Tassu'poit closely follow , m l l l 'cd the release hc-io of the su- ^ , 0 l l u ,, 0 ,,. ond installment ol Uussias eo.ui ( Iter-Must jiBUiitet the Suite »i , __ iHirtment's publication ol IVi/t -- _._ Soviet documents in 1SW041 ----- _^ .-.',,. V \/_Vfc«; \ 1 1 1 I V ' l « . ' w v - « , l,st fiom a sa\\cd-oft i i 1'oocl Center store , disc ha rued thc gun. T act .dentally, rid,, u.A near the fiont M I - N o o n e w a s in- l (01e holdups over months is estimated PERFECTION OIL HEATER T O to 12 hours of heat from a j gallon of kerosene. , AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY the P ' · it :; oo GGY. Green Urges Observance of Fuiurc Farmers Week SPUING! 1KLD. 111. Feb. 12-UP'_Go\ inufiht II. Green today asked the mibhc to join Illinois f-n'm N o r ' n - hiah schools and mic oivan. ations in observance oi F u t u i e Uimcrsttcek, Feb. 21- i-irst Concrete Koad Amenca : tirst stretch of concrete hsgln\a \ 's laid at Bcllefontame Ohio, in ! va -i y WALTER CKONKITE I'rcss Staff Correspondent MOSCOW. Feb. 12--««'--The Russians struck another blow in thc battle of the documents today by charging thc British .foreign office with falsity in denying that it rejected a Soviet request to take ! part in the examination of cap- j lured German papers. I Barely six weeks after the end of the war in Europe, the Soviet i government did ask for a part 'in the study of the Nazi docu- ! ments, the official Tass news agency said in a dispatch datelined" London. 1 After giving its account of the | application to join the other al-, lies, Tass said these facts proved j the falsity of a foreign office spokesman's denial Tuesday that it ever turned down such a Soviet proposal. (A. London foreign office spokesman said Tuesday he could find no trace of any indications Russia ever proposed a joint four- power study of captured German documents. The Tass reference apparently was to the same pro- Soviet documents in isau-n i ,,A .-v "f^ \,/ fivw Great Untain and Fiance ti.i-d , \ {v M\W £ t ,^'i U ^PM i to use Adolf Hitler os a tool a ,1 ; v ^ J , n , n «n, V ,,^5 bv appeasing linn t u t n lus a ^ T o , t , ( 1 ies loose o n K«s*ia. the^ \ , ; c , u Q , , ( 1 inent issued b 'he Som-t inio, _ \ / M , * ,, A ·-"/,,'!, J malton bureau said. -- .»., kvi^J!-"- Vii,' ' « y I The Tass icport from l.on«l..n _ : \^^%sll^^V ' " ^ said the first Soviet installmo-.t j U ^C, ---^ - _·*--^EL had thrown "confusion mli) i' 1( ' FURNITURE STORE Over Woolworlh - ^ oft main roads and highways. AssisianS si Tosnb s of LENTEN SPECIALS ! Bv PAUL S. SVOBODA United" Press Staff Correspondent SPRINGFIELD. Ill. Feb 12-(UD--The crowds haidly noticed the slender, gteying man who sat ;n thp shadow of Abraham Lin[coin's toSb with a sketch pad and ! Pe Thev passed him with barel ·a glance, intent on tncir y § a?, {/iff* a c Headless Dressed mciiuico^ "fc*- -*-** *-·».·». ·*··*- *, ,, Whiting Fish 22 - ii^^MTTTr" three , ' WK oen made quick. deft strokes and a likeness of Lincoln took shape on his sketch pad. The drawing showed a beardless lean- faced man of about 30. A hint of a smile was on his lips, and his areat mass of hair rumpled back from an already well-furrow ea Boneless UT StEAKS 49c «=«--*^ Lb. itino Fillets . 29c in t ^ in *e Ga 90s .her -oivci£»: aram laions s^uatu -o C oinei the market anc, set the pi ice o£ the w o r l d s bread »ith ihcir desl* in t.,e Chi-^o ^heat oit ,.'^ theie a rrore i d - i d nncc dec^re The t .me-\eilo-eQ record boo^ of t h e Boar d of Twdc =ho\\cU tin not since 189S . , 3S there ocen a comDa r-oie deci-re. a-'l -e^e- I S r ; AY AND February 13 ond_14 U J EVENT OF GREAT FASHION ARD YAluE Fres-Shore, Solid Pack. Standard Fancv, Full Cream--Lonnhorn or Daisy ..55c It ' was well over the 5.000th Lincoln sketch diawn by 63-\ ear- old Earl Owen Fay. He has made at least four sketches a da o£ "Honest Abe" since he retirea from the advertising business about three ears ago to help m» father. Herbert Wells Fa%. caio I for Lincoln's tomb. ,No Sketches Identical A.11 of them show Lincoln as a ! comparatively young man--the way .he probably looked when he was beginning a political career in the jmnSis legislature But. althougn Fav sometimes makes as man as 10"Lincoln sketches a day. no %\o are identical. "I don't have to repeat, ne explained. "Lincoln was a :nan ot a thousand expressions Fay draws the sketches ss a sort "of personal assignment i'e hasn't tried to sell any of inem One sketch-a different one cat.i day-decorates the daily list o, tomb visitors which ne SUKIHIS to the Illinois State Journal SAL s , « *' a that one On Ma:. 10. 1393 v,'re~.t for livcrj in Ma\ ^old Lo ::1 C. bushel B\ t^e end oi tnat m, _»n. it h_d dropped GC cents to Si -a 2 uushel ^. Since Jrn IK of this car \ia »hcat. ha;, dropped C3 1-'^ ce.ith a bushel from a- all lime nu . o. $303 12 to \csterda\s clo^n:, of S2 37. , Tno nvikets '.cie c'os'-a i'vr.. in obsenancc of Lincoln · oi«-in- Surpass I89S Record i Tr.c present pace brea^ sur parsed tne 1333 iccoid d^?it2/.he f ' t that \ heat nov'. ib mii o a to accent daih lo^ _Ir. tne i ectic °0 s tl'°ie N etc ro j i ^ i i t s r""! "·as po^ioic f cr a b.n^le f?der , !» i^ L Featuring America's Quality Famous ONT FUR x^'^""^/" ^" /fe -· p ' - ' 5 ' v r f » , ' ^- ^ ' ^"" * is* ·" j g § ,| OF ST. LOUIS; MO. «.i T,, Q . n ^ £\VQ d^DTC^S'OPS l l i i v * - fcilea io"'^"- 1 sra-n p-ices uov.r. , fast as t. -. h-*o p!un 3 ed -nee T * f\ 2 Sirce that oa. ~^a\ coin has croDpa: :ro-n .n ill f-r.e pea ot * . . 1 _ . . * - 4 j - . » j ' « ' v ..rpa nv and his 89-% ear-old father, b-eak in to n ' - 20C bv carrier boy. the present one. ANNOUNCING f/ie new PUBLIC SHOWING in our display room { 15 Persons Hurt j V/!ien Bus Skids [ Off ?cy pGvenisnf » ST LOUIS. FCD 12--' ·'--"ij { persons we;e in scnoiu co:io'._: i j tjii 5 ; skic.tJed o.i ti^~ j 1 -' I'" « n'.ert on I ^ Route 51 lj.^"« -ou'.h of here J.".d c-o-n.v: : . . ofiite Luiluni, Ml i = ' p^^»e^4crs aboard 'ii- i v.iu irji.'e-i ir. t"-' err. 'i ' . :i hi,* 11^ 4 v i II 9 i« ii The Pick rf the Style Hits at Savings thar Average 50% and More! e u « r Unrestrictca Choice of Lyxurioys Edmont Furs at Sensational Prices! An Amazing Special^ Sroup! Values to $150 ^ - V \ i o% s f .-.c '. u~ t- I . o o." -i "i -" cli'"') oi.t AIo i. ft. trr,*! 1 * , . · c- w c v i'"-cued :· a ' '-'· Ol t ,.!.i_'c m t r from St L ·::, j Additional Funds I For March of Dimes II A Great Luxury Group! Values to $219 and More. Don't Msss This Wondrous Fur Value Opportunity! Great Selections. S/95 --- 1 LSI !$295_My3kra^ $ 329 MarminJ: B$1195 ?crs;cn . $1095 Persian HSg $ 8 9 5 S 495 Weasel Terms to Suit Your Budget! CaH for YOUR FORD DEALER SPAPFRf

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