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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Wednesday, August 23, 1944. Page Two TIIE DAILY CLINTONI AN A 17-ycar-oItl "Passes the ACER Physical Exam Raymond Gosncll and son, Jlmmle, Fiilrviow. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur lliahup, New Jeeps For F arm Use Manufactured By Indiana Plant CONNER SVILI.K, lnd. The G. I. Ji'np with a number of refine- man's 2nd add. to DmJ. $1. ; Dorotha Clark, to towen S. Camp, bell et ux lot 10 Orchard Place add. to Dana. $25. Slargaret MesclTen Wrausmann to Joseph Mesche et ux lots 19, 34 and 47 in ZflHer's add. to Newport $1. -.. - Pete Guerrl et nx to Leo Rlva et ux lot 41 Centenary. $L Cnlvn A. Satterlee et al to Jesse M. Satterlee et ux lpt 6 block 1 Matthews add. to Clinton. $1. port, visited the latter's brother, Kmory Donebrnke and family Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McWharter. Hoekville, spent the day Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Martha Dickey. Other Sunday dinner guests Summit Grove News and Notes Local Girl 1bvm For Iowa Army Tout; (incuts Noted in Several Homt'H Mr. and Mm. I.iIit DiivIh, How-dale, ipont IliK liny Huntlny Willi the former'! mother, Mra. I.uHhi Dn-vls. Mr. and Mm. milcll HarrlMin hud aa tholr Frl'lny dinner kih'hIh, Mm. F.uclllo IIIbki'Ii. Knrhnl Muck h ltd Mr. and Mm. N. CI. Miller. were Mrs. Nola Newsonie and Mrs. IMnry Hall nnd daughter of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skidmore, H. 1, Clinton culled on Mra. Flora licit Sunday afternoon. . i r , ' nionta will soon bo on the farms of many a fi. I.'s father, it was learned today with the announcement of the American Central Manufacturing Company plant at Connorsville that it had been awarded a contract for 25,000 bodies. An official of the company, N. C. Ferrerl, said production of tho civilian jeeps will bruin as soon ns necessary materials are allocated by the War Production Hoard. He said the work on the bodies would begin thla fall, possibly in November, after adjustments are made in the firm's tools to handle changes In the civilian mode. One change announced may turn the little automobiles from jolting jalopies to comfortable cars. Ferrerl said the civilian vehicle will feature four-inch sponge cushioning on f Real Estate Transfers Ens- a- .aaaaa. anaan aaaa- Clifford Beard to Arthur C. Howell et ux lot 112 Commercial Club add. to Clinton. 1. Chas. C. Daughtery by auditor to Williard Mullins lota 48 and 49 In Orchard Place add. to Dana. $22.25. Adelbert P. Flynn et ux to Carl R. Welch et ux pt. lot 14 original plat of Dana. $1. Clement A. liaysinger to R Ores-ti Mattioda et ux lot 145 Commercial Club add. to Clinton. 1- Bertha Pearman to John O. Stewart et ux lot 4 Pearman's 1st add. to St. Bernice. ?1. Valentine Llghtner to Grace D. Mooro et al lots 7 and 8 Lacey's add. to Perrysville. $1. Pauline Carrera to Vermillion Council No. 1 pt. 9-14-9. $1. Emilia Lobbia et al to Maddalena Camagna et al lot 27 Glendale 1st add. to Clinton. $1. Chas. A. Jones et ux to Freeman Brown et ux pt. 35-15-10. $1. Collett Home for Orphans to Rol-la A. Jordan et ux pt. 6-17-9. $1. Theresa M. Taparskl et al to John Bullo lot 4S and E'fc lot 49 block 5 White, Satterlee and Lyday's add. to Clinton. $325. Oren C. Soaid et ux to L. Ezra Overpcck et ux lot 24 block 1 Aik- Easy Work When tools are kept tharp and cultivation never neglected, it calls for no more physical exertion than wielding a broom. , Modern advica Is to take it easy and never stir tha ground deeper than one inch. Thii is sufficient to kill young weeds, without disturbing the roots of tha vegetable plants. It also breaks tha soil crust, and allows air and water to penetrate readily. Lt'iid-Lease AnKed Until End Of War Koosevelt Mm. KrankJIn Hlinll. diiUKhlcr of HTB HA SH8 (Continued from page 1) Erwin Thomauen, 17, of 137 93d Street, Brooklyn, New York, (eta hit cheat X-rayed by Pfc. John D. Burke part of hi. phytical examination upon entering the Air Corp. Enliitcd Reaerre at the headquarters of the AAF Examining Board for the Southern New York area, 480 Lexington Avenue, New York Cit7. Thomascen will probably be called for air combat crew training after he becomes eighteen yeare of age. veluping offensives I n Western Kuroe, Itussla and In tlie Far East. More than 300,000 trucks and Mr. and Mra. Jli'mirord Hhewmnkor left WedneBdny for Hlmix t'lly, la. where hP will Join her himhnnd, Cpl. If. F. Mm II who will be stationed there for the preaent. Mrs. Marvin LmiK and ilnuKhtera. Terre Haute vlalted several dnya last week with Mrs. Long's aunt, Mrs. Emory Bonebnike and family. Mrs. Viola Ferguson returned home Saturday after spending the past week with her daughter nt Terre Haute. Mrs. Beaurord Shewmaker spent the day Sunday wlJh her sister, Mrs. Mary1 Allen, Kingman. Mrs. Clarence Fader nnd son. other military motor vehicles have bet ai Bent to the Soviet Union, it was the seats, replacing the one-Inch pad j stated, along with 11,000 planes, an uti disclosed number of tanks and Delightful hand, tad body lotion as well as liquid powder base. . . . . $1.00 n taw gtijis, and 339 locomotives. feat on Axis defenders, smashed to a point only 65 miles from the Danube river, in the twin assaults of the second and third Ukrainian arm Finance School Replaces Center At Ft. Harrison The dollur value of all lend-lease a'.tl to Russia was placed at six bil lion dollars. Aid (o the United KinKdom was provided Doughboys. The bodies will be built for Willys-Overland, of Toledo, O. It was not stated what priority would be needed for purchase of the civilian jeeps, but it was understood they will bo available chiefly for farm use. Price was not disclosed. The Connorsville plant will continue to produce jeep bodies for war, according to the company offi Vliiced at nine billion, 300 million (Continued from page 1) a been located at Durham, N. C. dur ing the time it was not at the Indi We are in the Market for - - Marshall aro spending this week with the former's mrvnta. Mr. and Mra. Frank Hoslae',. Mr. and' Mrs. IN. O. Miller had as their guests Monday evening, Mrs. Crawford, Tern' Haute; Mm. Lucille Hlggen and Mr. and Mrs. : dollars, including guns, shells and bombs alone amounting to one und a half billions. Arm, Equip French The rebirth of the French Army, virtually destroyed with the fall of France, has been accomplished with anapolis post. ies. -: Two special orders of the day from Marshal Stalin on Tuesday confirmed the German admission that Iasi had fallen, and detailed the damage done to the Wehrmacht in the new drives. The orders said that the second Ukrainian army had willed 13,000 German and Romanian troops while capturing 7,000. The third Ukrainian army was revealed to have killed 12,000 and made prisoners of 5,665 since the start of the offensive. Keprescntatlve Ludlow explained cials. that the shift of the reception cen CH.VEEL SEE ter to Camp Attorbury was part 'of the aid oE lend-lease, which was a general plan to utilize space and utilized to arm and equip the force, economize, in personnel. the report said. FcOUROEWSvl Lav n nnam nanaan. aa Donald G. Stokes of Newport has The government is trying to increase the production of clover seeds, this season, by a system of payments, The reception center headquarters will open at Camp Atterbury Sept In the Southwest Pacific, more than two billion fiflO million dollars worth of lend-lease supplies have generally based upon sales to commercial handlers, as J ,1 under direction of Col. Bert S.- Wampler. Selectees and soldiers re- filed suit In Vermillion Circuit T 'turning1 from overseas service will Henderson Chapel Mrs. Bess Jordan and grand .been sent to Australia. New Zealand, and the China-Ilurma-India theater for .the war against Japan. Court seeking a divorce from Beu-lah Stokes on grounds of cruel and be received at Fort Harrison until Saturday, according to a public re lations announcement. daughter and Lucille Bet boh spent inhuman treatment. The coupli was married January 27, 1939 and sep Tuesday afternoon with Thelma arated in August 1939. , ' , Jones. , Mr. and Mrs. Owen Downs and Veterans of K-9 Corps 7 Tax-Free in Evansville KVANSVILI.E. Iud. Before the lOvunsvlIln city council today la a ANNOUNCING DR. WALTER M. LEEDS OITOMETIHST REUSING Last Examinations, m Augustus if Office Will Remain jft Open Until Sept. 9 i For Completion p' Of Woi-k family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles New Circuit Clerk Carl H. Biggs has issued the following marriage licenses: John W. Thomas, 21 of Newport and Virginia Moore, 22 of port of Maryland, lnd. were dinner guests last Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Two Russian Drives Slash Onto Romania James Frazler at Groveland. Mrs. George Henry Hennia and bill propoalnK that dlarhariccd veterans of the K-9 corps be eemit from city duK luxea for the duration of their Uvea. CHy councilman Harold Srhlm-mel, who sponsored the hill, pointed out that die "O. I. Illll of Wcnta" did not recognize benefits fur this branch of the service. follows: " ""sJ 1. We will pay you the ceiling price of 30c a pound, for Red Clover and Mammoth, for clean seed of good quality. We will clean, free, the seed we buy. For seed that you take home to sow, we charge the usual 15c a bu. cleaning. 2. You can take our sorial numbered Purchase Memorandum, which we have in duplicate, showing the amount of seed sold to us, and turn it in to the A. A. A. office where you are eligible to receive 3X2C a pound government bonus. You are also eligible to receive the bonus on seed that you take home, provided that you send sample to Seed Inspection, Springfield, Elinois, and receive a satisfactory weed-free test, then tag it accordingly. 3. You are eligible to receive $3.50 per acre for harvesting the number of acres, you cut for clover seed production, and that will be handled at the A. A. A. office. We have cotton bags to sell at 40c each, or will loan them . to you if you sell us the seed. , daughter called on Mrs. Thelma Jones Sunday morning. They were also the dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lamhane Beulah Porter has been appointed administratrix of the estato of Dewey E. Porter, late of Kileyburg, deceased. $1000 bond has been of Dana. frontli.u6 uom page 1) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shelto of Cay uga spent Sunday evening with Mr. German counter-attacks n.p:iinst Kurisian positions near the Jialtic and Mrs. Owen- Downs and family. Paul Sagersand family and Char roant west of the Latvian capital of Kiga were beaten back by Soviet Pacific History History of Mariana islands goes back to a voyage made in 1521 by the Portuguese navigator Magellan, then in the service of the king of Spain. Looking for the "Spice is les Butler and family attended the Hoekville fair Saturday. Mrs. James Porter and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter and family one day last week. CLINTON AUTO CO. ; SXANjqAp OIL ' T PRODUCTS- BXPEBT ICBRICATION Chevrolet Sales A Service DON'S Standard Service S .Standard Products Of .All Kindly ( 'I AtlaslXirc and ' Accessories Tlllltl) and VtM UTS. Hind 1S.1 The following friends called on defenders. . In Estonia, continued Russian advances in the area west of Pskov severed the Valga-Tartu railroad. , The Krcat Russian offensives opened on the south of the eastern runt ilhrCt'qniid taiVe afltf immuji-."'aiiP'ft? Axis 4tf8iti(inln .tho Halkans, and opened tho door for speculation on how much longer Romania would remain in the German camp. Soviet forces, inflicting bloody .de Mrs.-? Thelma Jones Sunday;, Mra". I Edoar County Seed Co. f lands he came upon Guam, saw so many native canoes' fitted with pointed mat sails that he named the islands Isles de las Velas Latinas (Islands of the Lateen Sails). Thefts charged to natives stirred him to change the name to I.03 Ladrones (The Thieves). In 1618 the group was officially named tha Marianas for Maria Anna of Austria, widow Kdiiiu.JOiivVidson Mark and .Orpha Porter, Viola . and Martha Mae Downs and Mrs. Albert Gee and M. i. .MOXEY, Owner 220 V. Washington St. ll Paris, III. Mrs. Mary Howard. Throw Tour Scrap lato th Fichtl of Philip IV of Spain. i can't afford to be CAPTURED NOW'. THEY TUEV TUIUK I KILLED OOSCOE BUNK5 SS I AMD HID HIS BODY! IT IS ALL SOME VICIOUS SCHEME OF RUDOLPH AMD THAT JESSE SLY- 3 "1 THEY THINK I KILLED BOSCOE BLINKS 1 i f THERE HE 1 1 fi., TUEVV)ei SS- AND HID HIS BODY! IT IS ALLS0ME VICIOUS 1 jg N i -MmEDis' W -M V ir SCHEME QFRUDOLPU AMD THAT JESSE SLY Vf' ( WOT hHME Now! ) "X Pbr, -Z --,V LOVAL FRIEND ! -1 . Momfand Poptandithe Car... WOULD HANS ME FIRST AND ASK QUESTIONS LATER! j QuRROUNDED BV THE SHERIFF AND HiS MINIONS, 1 1 " QAM ! ""W VONOEH SUE SOES- T$ I 'now! ACROSS 1W LOS- I TOSAKTULA !! WHOSE SUDDEN WHINN6Y NOW ; HARRY Jg) - y , , ' jrfT.- . 3 jii ll , ifKiiP coiwa-wru. 'tfrn-.'.f I. f herc. comes a car (""l I Meantime h the approachin6 car I IThe car stops in answer to oans sk L-1 GET A RID fSOM M I'LL M GLAD Efe: NOW DOWT FORGET- SS VES. J.' l n fcu 1 AND HE STEPS UP TO SPEAK TO THE DRIVER 3 TMf FIRST CAR THAT 1 FOR A KIDE M NO TROUBLE THIS d OfFiaR.' ' THERE'S OUR MAN.' I WtU 6IVI I INCOMES ALONG 1 FOR I AM if x GUN'S LOADFD.' W tttt ,:!;,' 7 MTS WAVMW F0 W I W!H A BIM- . ID LIKE A LIFT WTO li'lilMilli)' iiiiiliiiiiliil .At-i !- Trrrnh tired.' (Ll and ra use it if aV ' to stop and H Iomehcu ' l tcvn--i am am ornae- ,!)!;; Pi1!' iflVnriluT' JTFtP WECESSARy K f V HAS HANZ WITH I MEVf ft i ' 1 THIS IS MV- j 1 'U'. 'I !'! ,j! dan l v. T t 1m c LCifes. "Gwnjt, that remlnit ma w mart btn tha Standard 00 tlu chiaga nu windshield1 wlpar Hades I ' Worn wiper blades spell accidents to Mom, and ' she knows that accidents put cars out of commission. She wants to be able to keep rolling Any motorist man or woman can keep t car running right, running longer, and running farther on every gallon of gasoline. Just take it to a Standard Oil Dealer. He's trained in wartime car-saving service. Remember, it's going to be along time before you caa replace your car. Don't neglect id Follow your Standard Oil Dealer's 3rd-TOu-Year-Service Guide and keep your car at in best alwayu rvtytTll lNVs?.rC3 uu ESI $0 TMI MAN IS AM V.;' l,;: !i4::jjli I LATER THE SPIES ARE BACK AT THEIR And. AS DAY BREAKS. A PIGEON LEAVES TMeI f&N HOUR LATER. IRWIN 15 LISTENING Hi ON THE OFFtCI KU UNTII MANZ.t- f JOSEF HIDEOUT WITH DAN A PRISONER ISLAND WITH A ME SSA6E FO THE HEW) SPV TlLiPHONE TAP TO THE MVSTBSOU5 M0U5E ACfiOSS THf Wl MUST SET BACK TO -11 WILL TEH ' r K f K W THE CITV STREET THE PIGEON HAS JUST ARRIVED - THI HOUSE ANO FIND 1 US T NOW. VOU WILL GO VfS. i OUT WHAT WE AAI TO V . f, HHEIJATB.V TO I JOSEF- I LIEUTENANT. I I SHOULD WAVE I A MESSAGE JUST ARRIVED' rtu. 1HEM t WU1 I 00 WITH HIM KfS ,L TELL HIM WE HAVE I MMEDIATEL-I I AN ANSWER BY I JOSEF CAPTURED AN 0FFAUR- GE THEIS THIS I AkA, 1 " ' i THE ENEMY ASK NIM V 7- J ' I AFTERNOON I SPYING ON OUR RADIO-THEY CVEMIN6 I Will 'CC-J-K2 WHAT VE SHOULD DO -sT V , j ' WANT INSTRUCTIONS j PERSONALLY Secret Operative Standard Oil Dealers ire trained for better car care CoP0.tfa.AmKa...Do.,W--.Dnp! Bo, -or. War Bond.

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