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Wednesday, August 23, 1944
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V Wednesday, August 23, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six POPE GRANTS SOLDIER AUDIENCE Boy is Jailed for Posing As Soldier, Jibed by Pals ""T " it Philippine Gates Battered in New Heavy Air Blows (Continued from page 1) attacks on Davao, but near misses were scored on an 8,000 ton Jap freighter south of the port. BUSINESS SERVICES base after bombing warehouses and anti-aircraft batteries on Dublon Island and unspecified buildings on Moen in the Truk atoll. . LRn-i-tons Hit Yap Seventh AAF Liberators also raided Yap, causing large fires and explosions In the western Carolines base. It was the second successive raid by Seventh LiberatorB, operating from Central Pacific bases. On Saturday, these planes carried out their first raid against Yap, which previously had been one of the almost dally objectives of attacks conducted by bombors of General Douglas MacArlhurs Southwest Pacific command. I H 5k .1. A SIGNAL CORPS CAMERAMAN has recorded for the first time the speech of a reigning pontiff, in English, following which His Holiness, Pope Pius XII, granted a general audience to hundreds of fighting men of all races and creeds, an unprecedented event in the long history of the Vatican. f International) Flag Display When the United States flag Is displayed on a church altar, if displayed in the chancel or on the platform, It should be placed on the clergyman'! right as he faces the congregation; if displayed In the body of the church, it should have the position of honor at the right of the congregation as it faces the clergyman. Interesting Social Newt Everyday HIGHEST. For your UscdCcro COLEMAN AUTO CO. 335 S. 3rd St. Phone 427 9c WED. & THUR. 35c Musical Comedy "Melody Garden" Bargain Matinee Thur. 9&25c 2:00-2:30 . M. G ASCII 1 PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii. American aerial strength in the central and far western Pacific wbb highlighted today by disclosure or eleven widespread smashes carried out Sunday, including a raid on Wake Island and tho crippling or two en my cargo Bhlps In the vicinity or Marcus Island' Far-ltKngliiK Attacks Targets re the latest ruids announced by.: Pacific fleet headquarters also included Yap. Truk and Ponape Ip" tl)e Carolines, Pagan and Rota in the Marianas, Nauru, west of the Gilberts, and Maloelap. Wot-je and Millc in the by-passed Marshall chain. The attack on the two Jap cargo Vessels was carried out by navy Liberators or Fleet Alrwing Two, which bombed the Jap ships at "mast head levels," sotting riro to one and leaving It dead and burning in the water. The smaller of tho two ships was lett heavily smoking, though still under way at noticeably reduced speed. One of the Liberators But tered minor damage from anti-air craft fire. R ltaji e at Truk The Pacific fleet announcement made no mention of enemy air resistance in the widespread raids except In the case of tho smash at Truk atoll. Seven to nine enemy fighters rose to meet attacking Lib erators of the Seventh AAF and two jf the Jap interceptors were dam aged. Two Liberators also suffered damage but all returned safely to THEPCTURES CLINTON'S OOOLK8T SPOT rmmr use? o avid bruce i if ' SOUTH. ' BEND, lnd,,;f50iMlfred Benjamin Gurney, 18, ot Wayne, Mich., he was Jail today because he could not stand the taunts of friends who knew he was 4-F in the draft. ' To alter his position In the public regard, he is alleged to have donned an army uniform with insignia, then to have regaled resort residents at Simonton Lake, near Elkhart, Ind., with stories of winning the Purple Heart and gunnery mortals as an artillery corporal in North Africa, Italy and the Solth Pacific. Ho was arrested by Federal Bur eau of Investigation agents at the resort and was bound over to the grand Jury in South Bend by U. B. Commissioner Eugene C. Knouloch on a charge of Illegally wearing the army uniform. Card of Thanks We are sincerely grateful to all who helped in any way at the time of . our recent bereavement. David F. Foltx ' and Family. STAMPS For Every Purpose i( 48-Hour Service (. ft TK2 DAILY CLIMTONIAN COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and Zfic cnr.EEneiri 'With Frances Langford Craig Wood PLUS THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT A SOLDIER With .Tom Neal Evelyn Keycs THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c SALUTE FOR THREE V ; ; vWith Betty Rhodes MacDonald Carey , Dona Drake "Aladdin's Lamp" Terrytoon "DANGER AREA" MGM Short RELY ON... 4 FVf.lTINfS WOMFNI Jlllllll V. 8. Signal Corp photograph, YOUR TREES ARE GOING TO XttaVR Rifles being packed for shipment to the fighting front. Wooden gunstocks and wooden crates for shipment. Uncle Sam needs more wood for these purposes. Mr. Farmer have you any lumber that you can harvest NOW? Produce more lumber. Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Kstices Flnt day lmertlon : Cor each reading line (on column line, like ne of then). Next two dajri Insertion: the same le charge (you get tliree dayi at double the ooet of the nrsl aayj, Next three days Insertion: the erne 80 charge (you get a whole keek five days) at three Ume ue Cost of one Insertion). Each group of three dare thereafter, 80 a Hue. Blackface (like thle) 10c per line. All elaeatfled adi Including mem-orlama and noticea of all klnda must be paid In advance exceot those by regular customers whose accounts (re paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOB SALE 1941 PLYMOUTH Deluxe Four Door Sedan '40 GRAHAM Deluxe Four Door Sedan '38 Buick Roadmaster Sedan 37 FORD 60 Coach 34 WILLIS Sedan 35 PLYMOUTH Coupe 36 CHEVROLET Coach 35 CHEVROLET Coach 31 FORD Coupe 29 FORD Coupo All In first class condition with good tires. Farm wagons on rubber tires. COLEMAN AUTO CO. Phone 427 t53 USED PINE FLOORING ONE-CENT lineal foot, also 2x6 and 2x8. Best of hard maple 2x flooring 2 cent lineal foot. Large quantity two-cents. Also lots of sheet iron . for roofing. Also a new handmade ' delivery wagon and a ball-bear-. lng storm buggy. J. M. Vietti, Phone 296. t53x WARDROBE, KEROSENE OVEN and cabinet doors. 406 South Seventh St. - t53x SIX CYLINDER WILLYS-KNIGHT Sedan. Has been made into truck. 429 South Fourth Street. t63x GOOD COW. Falrview. JOHN TOFFOLO. t52x GIRLS BICYCLE. BARBARA MY-ers. R. 1. One mile northeast of Center Church. t53x GOOD COW. JOHN TOFFOLO. t52x KITCHEN SINK. 413TwUTir7TH. t64x BOY'S BICYCLE. SiO N 7TH. ST. t52x ONE MAJESTIC RANGE, GREEN enamel; one kitchen cabinet with sink and faucets and three piece walnut bedroom suite. Inqire 604 Vine St. tC2 FOR FINE FLAVORED CANNING peaches, buy tree-ripened peach- ' es at Nardi's Orchard. Lyford, Ind. We'll be picking Aug. 21. t53x GRAPES, 657 N-Pete Carrera. 10TH STREET, t53x COLUMBIA RECORD 36724 OUT of Nowhere, Sunday, Les Brown and His Orchestra. 50c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. PEACHES FOR CANNING! NOW IS the time. This is the place. 9th and Elm Street Market, open until 9 p. m. for your convenience. We have favored out trucks and saved our gas to haul peaches. If you don't get them It won't be , our fault. You can save your gas, tires, and money here. McCracken and Sons, 302 South Main and 9th and Elm Streets. t40f FOUR ROOM HOUSE, 845 MAT-thew Street. t54x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind roa want. Clinton Anto Wrecking Parte Oo. Ernie's, rhooe Clinton. Mtf FOB BENT FIVE ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE IN, good condition. 13. F. Harrison, 657 Elm St. tG6x MODERN HOME, INQUIRE 405 8. 7th. t62x MODERN FURNISHED APART -ment. Close In. 415 South Third Streut. t4 3f WANTED TO BENT FIVE OR SIX ROOM MODERN home, with burn, chicken house, located in or near Clinton on ' small acreage. Reply Box 442-D, co Daily CUntonian, Clinton. Ind., giving location, description, etc. In flrBt letter. t64x FIVE ORSIX ROOM MODERN house. Close in. Phone 185. t54x I HAVE BALES FOR FOUR AND fivo mom houses, well located, if you wish to sell will be pleased to have you list your property wun me. O. F. Houston. t53 SEE US FOR METAL HOOFINU. First come first Bervod. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Phono 322. RECAPP1NO VULCANIZING RE-llners. Prestone coming. Thermo Royal, get it bore while It's plentiful. Oils 2 and 6 gal. fine containers. Gas Market, 116 North Main St. Horace Towell, Mgr. t68 I HAVE SALES FOR FOUR OR five houses, well located. If you wish to sell will be pleased to have you list your property with me. O. F. Houston. t63 FOR PLUMBING. HEATING, ELEO- trlc wiring, and sheet metal see C. & J. Kamarata, 336 North Ninth St. Phones 20 and 163W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MlA L S REMOVED i.rn a, mall, nromnt service Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 TjTre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwigglns and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Peed Service, Dana, Phone BO. t6xf Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 CllO' ton or 166-J-2, Montezuma. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Rummage Sale Friday, August 25. 9 a. m. Silverman Building. Keys ClaBS of Methodist Church. t63x ANY MAN WORKING AT VERMIL- llon County Coal Co. from April 1st. to June 20, 1943 or has had a vacation pay duo them, please attend Local 2274 Thursday Aug. 24 th. at K & P Hall on Ninth St. Jim Thomas, President and Leslie Asburn, Committee. t52x NOTICE! Aug. 20, 1044 and thereafter our repair department will be open from 7:00 a. 111. to 5:00 p. m.l Saturday from 7:00 a. in. to 10:00 a. iu. Coleman Aulo Co. and Ford Garage. t63 NOTICE! TKI'CKKIW! NO. 5 MINE KIN. S.OO TON. SCREENED COAL IN PROPORTION. 1 MILE SOUTH OK CLINTON. St'NLITE COAL COMPANY. tWx WANTED TO BUY WILL PAY CASH FOR MODERN home, close In, if price is reasonable. Write Box A, 442, Clinton, Ind. t5,3x SECOND HAND LAWN MOWER. A-l condition. Will pay reasonable price. Phone 3C4-J. t53 TRICYCLE FOR CHILD ABOUT three years old. Call 238-J or 326 No. Main street. t52x LARGE SIZE GAS BURNER, SUIT- able for melting pot. hliouid De approximately 18 inches In diameter. Type formerly used under still will be satisfactory. Call 32, Dally CUntonian. 10 FT. COAL CHUTE. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Tel. 136 W. t52 Help Wanted Female GIRL FOR EXTRA WORK. RAD-er's Cafe. t56 ELDERLY LADY TO CARE FOR children. Stay nights. Call 1122-4. t53x girl! For general house work. Small town. Good wages. Permanent job. Write CUntonian, Box 442 S. 153 GIRL OR YOUNG LADY. FULL-tlmo. Powell's Pharmacy. 163 MALE HELP WANTED BRICK LAYER. SECOND FULTON. St., Falrview. tC2x BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aully , Bill Blackburn, Cllntuulun. Good Serionlnrs Good seasonings for snap beans include ham or bacon fat, minced onion, a few drops of lemon Juice or vinegar for tartness, a dash of Worcestershire, or a small portion of dry mustard or prepared horseradish to add zest. Any number of sauces can be used to add good flavor to snap beans. Cream, tomato, cheese, and mushroom sauces are all favorites. Phone 62 INDIANA A First Run Q QZaTD AL AC JTJ Features Wt OvVU TONITE The Amazing Drama of a Woman Barred From Love! Hill'.' 1V II nn mq mm nm A Mystery-Riddled Scandal! . i -r- w oamiw; a v Tl wi.l. TOM CONWAy -1 AUDREy LONG 2 First Itun Pictures -And They Are Good iiYTi::.r:: :; ? ? i Seine Trpb Closing; Yanks Far Past Paris (Continued rrou pas 1) shot back westward from the region of Man (oa and British and Canadian columns slashing eastward from the area of Argentan. Nearing Breteuil Tlio Yanks reached Evreux in the , , With The OompUiiieata C4 THE DAILY CUNTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Of flee for MABEL CROSSLEV 417 N. Water Just Come la And Ask For Themt Watch This Space Every Oar XOUB NAME MAY BE A EXT 6.00x16 : No Rationing Eure river area, captured Verneuil and pushed north of the river toward Nomancourt. They are not far short of Breteuil. The swing back by the Americans from the region of Mantes to reach Evreux covered a distance of 25 miles. Liberated Breteuil Hob 30 miles 'southeast of the Seine at Its nearest point. British and Canadian units sweeping forward from the Argentan sector were within 50 miles of the Seine after scoring gains which ranged as high as 20 miles In some sectors and extended 10 to 12 In others. (The German radio reported that 2,000,000 troops of the German and Allied armies were facing each other In western France and asserted that fresh German tank units are rolling into battle.) , (German troops are crossing the Seine to the east at 30 points and are using practically ever) thing that floats, from 400-ton barges to pontoons and rubber dinghies; tlie British radio said, according to NBC. ) At the lower end of the Beine river battle front the Allies cleared a substantial area between Vimoutlers and Lalglc. The Allied line now runs from Orbec to Lo Sap, southward to Monnai to Glos la Ferrler, Canadians relentlessly . pursued the Germans in the northern sector and the situation on the entire front was described as fluid. Headquarters declined any comment immediately on the French occupation of Paris. (Tho Gorman radio which has said nothing of tho victory of the FFI did reveal, the FCC said, that "Paris has been breached by the enemy in tiie neighborhood of tho southern suburbs along tho Seine.") Americau forces wero operating in the forest of Fontalnbleau, southeast of Paris, but as yet had not penetrated into the town of Fontalnbleau. A headquarters spokesman said it was assumed that Sous, 58 nilles southeast of l'uris, hud been reached by forces driving uhead from a point south ' of the forest. In the British-Canadian drive northward to the' Seine mouth below Le Havre, three crossings were made over the Touques river between Lisleux and Pont l'Eveque. With the Compliments of SWIMMING POOL CLINTON There are 2 Free SWIM TICKETS Waiting at the Clintonian Office for Virginia Baratto Watch This Space Dally jam 4 . i. 1 sw ) I - JS Starting Thursday For Three Days V JANE WITHERS I 'X JIMMY m ' m f Laf fflL FACT03Y-C0!T10LI.ED Certificate Required GUARANTEED SATISFACTION ROY I ROGERS y-v- j SHEILA RYAN t W V BARTON McLAHE ; . ARL1HE JUDGE T' y FOR THE PEOPLE Loans to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. POLAND'S dJ mMM. FIRESTONE-TEXACO SERVICE 225 Blackman St. CLINTON, JSC X. Main St. Clinton, Ind.

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