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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Wednesday, August 30, 1944, Cage Six Clasilled Ads Sell Most Anything exam, board 12.00 LOST OR STOLEN Sale of Co-op Farms Off To Good Start in Vinccnnes VINCENNES. Ind. Liquidation Patton's Drive 30 Miles From Belgian Border (Oontuaed hToto Page 1) FOB SALE Rates for Classified Ads of the Deshee Farms, Inc., u govern - ment sponsored cooperative near Vinccnnes, was off to a good start today following a Bale of 200 farm Implements and horses which at - traded. 3000 buyers yesterday. Il;- ceipts of the sale, which hus not yet been announced, will be applied on a debt nf tl(l2.l!).1 which the Co op owes to the Farm Security Ad ministration, according to isennein W. Harris, FSA supervisor of the farms. a Ruin nf .inritev cnwH nt the gov ernment project will be held Oct. 10 iiiih tlin 2.771 nrrcH included in De shee Farina will be offered first to the present tenants then placid on public sale. M.irrlu u.ilri I l,nil,l!il Inn nf Hie liro- Ject was necessary after congress refused an FSA niiiiroDriallou for pro jects like the Deshee Farms. Willkie Buys 160 More Acres in Rush County RUSIIVILLK, Ind. Wendell L Willkie, already one of Rush roun ty's largest land owners, today had j increased his holdings in Ihe Ifoo-i sler county past the 1,000 acre mark following the purchase of 100 more acres. The 1940 Republican presi- denlial candidate also owns exten-, slve city property and Is a large stockholder in a Rushville bank. Interesting Social News Everyday ! First Run Features RADIO'S ACE DETECTIVE GAMBLES Ty ait I LAUGH SIZE AMERICAN I'OINTlill bird dot;, white with tan spots. Black leather collar with license attached. Answers to name of Snoop. Liberal reward, l'hone Mecca 35 King 3. t59.v PUBLIC NOTICE CLAIMS FILED IX AL'GI HT FOIt HF.I'TUMHKK TERM - HM4. GENERAL FUND: Cilizens Telephone Co., service 40.85 Dally Cllnlonian, election expense 48. 21 T. R. Woodburn, aud. off. exp. Ira J. Church, aud. off. supp. Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. same 121.2" 4.15 7.20 Oil E. Potter, sheriff fees 171.93 Oil E. Potter, sheriff off. exp. 16.57 Fred Hayes, aupt; sen travel exp. 41.50 Howard Watson, coroners exp. 30.00 Otis Elevator Co., C. H. repair 31.00 Alfred Jones. C. H. supp. 18.00 Roy Sturm. C. II. fuel 35.15 Modern School Supply, C. H. supp. 39.90 Public Service Co. of Ind.. power 125.92 Carl Welch, jail supp. 8.50 Dr. J. L. Saunders. P. A. med. - Lorcn Griffin. P. A. supp Gillls Pharmacy, same Ohio Oil Co., same F. L. Bonebrake, P. A. rep. Bell Bakeries, P. A. supp Indiana Institutional Ind., same Wabash Oil Co., same John W. Reeder. same Indiana Institutional 65.00 72.68 16.82 2.50 36.20 39.40 35.74 28.54 50.00 Ind., same 16.66 Clinton Tobacco Sc Candy Co., same H. F. Fortner. same Carl R. Biggs, election exp, R. H. Kersey, soldier burial Dally Clintonlan. public prtg. Herald Publishing Co., same 132.38 7.50 10.54 75.00 19.28 S6.19 Edward Ruby, miners COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c MOON OVER BURMA With Dorothy Lamour Itobert Preston Preston Foster PLUS SWING OUT THE BLUES With Bob Haymes Lynn Merrick THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c PRINCESS O'ROURKE With Olivia de Havilaiid Robert Cuminings "Youth In Crisis-March of Time "Screwball Squirrel" MGM Cartoon RELY ON... f ml r-B i in the J HKATHOLA STOVE, S. lock. Kairvlcw. WHIT- tS9x BUSINESS SERVICES S1SB L'S TOU MKTAL KOOFINU. Klrst conic first scried. Clinton Lumber Supply Co. I'liono 322. Wl I IT LOCK. sus-u. l'UJMDUit. l'HO.NH tOlx HIOCAITING VL'LCANIZINO RE-llncrs. I'restonu conilnu. Thermo Iloyal, eet It here while It's )lcn-tlful. Oils 2 and S gal. fine containers. Gas Market, 115 North Main St. Horace Towell, Mgr. 158 FOK PLUMBING. HEATING, ELEC-tric wiring, and sheet metal see C. & J. Karnarata, 336 North Ninth St. 1'bones 20 and 153 W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE! STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guar anteed. 9th and Bogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L a REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T.-rre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co.. Terra 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 Feed Service, Dana, l'hone 60. t5if Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. It. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Edith's Beauty Shop will be closed until further notice. Mrs. Kelley left today for California where she will visit her son. t59 notice: Initiation aud social next Thursday night, Aug. 31. Bring your candidate. I. E. Foster, Sec. 10 S notice: Empty cardboard boxes Free, suitable fur parcel post mailing to soldier boys. Slattery and Coleman's Garage. 457 FOB KENT FIVE ROOM MODERN HOME, good condition for man and wife who will board owner. 1058 North 8th. t60x MODERN FURNISHED APART-nient. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t43f WANTED TO BUY LARGE SIZE GAS BURNER. SU1T- able for melting pot. Should be approximately 3 8 inches iu diameter. Type formerly used under still will be satisfactory. Call 22, Daily Clintonian. MALE HELP WANTED A REAL OPPORTUNITY! MEN or women; married or single, age 22 to 40; we have openings which offer the following: 1. Salary niinimum. 11820 per year, plus bonus and commission. 2. Pleasant outside work calling on established trade. 3. Five day work week. 4. Car aud expenses furnished. 5. Permanent, post war jobs, no layoffs. Vacancies in Terre Haute, Brazil and Washington. Ind. Write Jewel Tea Co. Inc. 325 N. 13th St. Terre Haute, lud. giving age and qualifications, tlii'x BUS DRIVER. CALL 920 ANDEK-Bou Street. 5H BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Apily, Bill J Blackburn, Clintonian. LOST SMALL BEACLE HOUND, BLACK, white and tan Reward. Slattery and Coleman's Carage. t&7 WANTED TO KENT OR 6 RM. HOUSE, CLOSE IN. Clarence Sweazey, 1246 South Ernest Johnson, same 12.00 Art Kennedy, same 12.00 J. E. Russell, sch. fund exp. 2.00 Fred Fable, same 2.00 DEI'T. PUBLIC WELFARE: Arminta Logan I 45.74 Citizens Telephone Co. 4.25 Nancy Lewis 15.00 Bertha Wheeler 15.00 Zella llonato 15.00 Helen Parke 15.00 Ocy Collier 15.00 Dully Clintonlan 9.25 GRAVEL ROAD REPAIR: ' II. L. Fillliigor 18.64 Jess Jenkins 100,00 Ward Farrington 32.25 Citizens Telephone Co. 4.75 Omory Bonebrake 7.06 Fred Heldlirlder Lovell Miller Roy Divan O. C. Songer Stevenson Lumber Co. Divans Repair Shop E. H. Gerard 20. lo 18.00 38.10 8.75 325.23 6.60 9.40 Staats Auto Supply 15.80 S. O. Harlan 3.80 Cheek & Son 14.55 Heltonvllle Limestone Co. 283.15 Ohio Oil Co. 190.63 Truck Loader Co. 350.00. United Electric Machine Co. 4.00 Walker Electric Supply .99 Material Service Corp. 9.4 2 James Tuttle 6.92 Neal Gravel Co. 12.60 MacAllister Tractor 32.76 MacAUIster Tractor 7.34 Virgil Hartman 25.60 Fred Lowry 14.00 Clinton Auto Co. 9.21 M. G. Miller 51.34 Thompson Machine & Welding Co. 1.86 Joe Giacoletto 158.98 IRA J. CHURCH, Auditor, Vermillion County. I1IRTH CERTIFICATE ' Notice is hereby given that Chrnt Tessarl has filed a petition In the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County. Indiana, to have the time and place of his birth determined. Said petition is set for bearing on the 4th day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. ItlRTH CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Frank Paul Petak has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the lime and plaw of bis birth determined. Said petition Is set for hearing on the 4th day of September 1944. CAUL R. I1IGGS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. lilRT'lf CERTIFICATE Notice Is hereby given that Pearl Gloria Tessarl bas filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Ver million County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for bearing on the 4tb day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Labor, Election Official Kaltle In Five Gum ties INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. A dis pute between county election offi cials and labor leaders reputedly ex isting in at least -five of Indiana's large industrial counties, was In the open in Marion county today fol- owing a stormy session in the of fice of A. Jack Tilson, county clerk. Tilson's refusal to establish dep uty clerks In various of the larger war plants to conduct registrations was met by the threat of labor spokesmen that "If proper facilities are not provided, it may become ne cessary to call workers off the trains, out of the shops and war plants, groups at a time." The county clerk told the 20 representatives of CIO. AFL. independent unions and railroad brother hoods that he was prepared to keep his office open 24 hours a day for registration alter Labor Day, but would not establish deputy clerks in the plauts because "al kinds of groups from clubs to P. T. A." would demand similar concessions. Members of CIO local political action committees were said to be seeking appointment of deputy registration clerks in large plants in Luke. Vigo, Allen and Vanderburgh counties, also. 6.00x16 No Rationing j i ed to is to an ! ' 1 ! With the Compliments of SWIMMING POOL CLINTON There are 2 Free SWIM TICKETS Waiting at the Clintonian Office for Rosemary Wright Watch Tills Spare Dally With Tha Oompllmea ta Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The tVABASII THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for OSCAR L. KAY 717 Higgens Just Come Is And Ask For Them I Watch This Space Every Day YOl It NAME MAT HE NEXT TONIGHT 3 ...with a life... MYSTERY ON THE AIR! THRILLS 9c WED. & THUR. 35c Musical Comedy "SWEET SU ING-March of Time "The Irish Question Matinee Thur 9 & 25c . ' - -.gag t : til titl ill) 1 1 and Paid Notices Flrat day insertion: So for each reading Hoe (ooe column Una, like one of these). Next two dan lraertlon: the lame le charge (you get throe dara at double the coat ot the flrat day). Next three days Imertlun: the aama e charge (you get a whole eeek five dayel at three tlmea the coat of one Insertion). Kacta group of three daya thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (Uke this) 10c pea line. All claulfled ada Including mem- orlama and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts pre paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the utter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOB SALE 1934 DODGE I'k TON TIIUCK with 14-lt. grain bed and stock rack. Ideal for farm use. Also 2 wheeled. 9-ft. trailer with rack. Will trade for car or pick-up truck. J. L. Mauk, Dana. 158 EXTKA FINE O. I. C. MALE HOGS ready for service at John Hux-ford. Buckeye farm, one and half miles mirth of Lyford on Itoad 4 1. 158x 1936 KTL'DEUAKEtt. GOOD KUN-ning condition and good tires. 637 South Fifth Street. I59x GHAI'ES, EUNEST VESTAL. FIRST house on the right at Briar Hill, bring own containers. t57x 1 NEW FALL I'LAID SPORT coat, size 20; 1 black winter coat size 44; 1 pair black suede shoes, prewar, size 6; upholstering, borne made rugs. 1319 So. 6lh St. t57x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets. Mccracken's Market. South Main Street. t55f 21 HEAD WHITE-FACED STEERS, 3 white-face beigeis, weight. 700. R. 1. North of Clinton, James Dyer. tDSx WASHING MACHINE. ONE BLOCK cast of Cleve J ones Store, St. Her- nice. lud. tStix KO. 5 AL. MIKE lilX 2. WHKENKD XAL, IlliASO.V- AHI.K. ONE MILE SOI TH OF CUJVTOX. sr.MJTE COAL t. t59x MOTOltCYCLlS, . 31 HARLEY-DAV-ldson, JuBt overhauled. John Striker, St. Bernice. tD7x MEN'S TWO PANTS SI'IT, OVER-coat, sport suit, half price. Can be Been at OlniBteads Cleaners. tOUx ONE YEAH OLD BABIES COAT, bonnet and leggings. Phone 1105-2. 1S7x SAUSAGE DELIVERY, DIRECT TO stores. Thursday of each week, starting Thursday, AugUBt 31. Joe Airola, Clinton Sausage Co. t57x CANARY SINGER, CAUE AND stand, child's bed. Monarch nial-able range. J. F. Carliu residence. 431 Elm Street. t5 FOR FINE FLAVORED CANNING peaches, buy tree-ripened peaches at NarUi's Orchard. Lyford, lnd.; We ll be picking Aug. 21. tGSx SUGAR PEARS, Ninth St. 250 NORTH t57x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA SH Block. Charlie K. Ferguson Phone 136-W. t 7-17-4 4 f BKICK, any kind yo want. Clinton Aato Wracking Fart Go. Ernlr'a, rhone , OUntoa. sMM FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRIC lights, well and cistern. One acre ground. Fairview Park. Vacant. H. S. Call. Phone 32ti. 221 Black-man Street. 159 FOUR ROOM HOUSE. SEMI-MOD-rn. 1249 South Third Street. Vacant. H. S. Call Phone 32C. 227 Blackman Street. IDS FIVE ROOM HOUSE WITH LIGHTS water, indoor toilet, closed in rear porch, good cellar, goud garage. Immediate possession. SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE Close in. excellent location, will give possession at once. O. F. Houston. t5!i SMALL FARM, A TWO ACRE place two miles southwest tit ltosedale. good lunUs. line location, four room house in good shape, electric lights, water in houae and complete out buildings. Price fHBU. C. E. Hawkins, Rose-dale. Phone K8. t59 1936 TERR A PLANE COUPE WITH radio and heater. Good mechanical condition. Write Box 28, Clinton. Ind. t59. THE LAUGH PICTURE of The Season when American forces took a terrific toll In Gorman lives and paved the way for Kaiser Wilhelin's defeat. Rouen was abandoned to British army forces and Its evacuation foreshadowed a drive to flunk or over run the French Pas de Calais coasl site of Germany's robot - bomb launching platforms. Near St. IH.ier Captain Ludwlg Sertorlus, German war commentator, reported the Americans once again back at I lie Chemln des Dames, north of Reims, and also said that Allied troops are almost to St. Dlzler, 20 miles east of Vitry and only 35 miles from the I river Meuse. This would mean that the Amerl-' can Third Army commanded bv i Lieut. Gen. George 8. Ration, Jr..! has struck with his left wing almost' 20 miles southeast from Its last re-' ported position and now is a little more than 80 miles from the nearest point on the frontier of Nazi Ger- many. Encircle Northwest France ' "It becomes Increasingly clear,"! nerionus said, "that the Allies are attempting to encircle by a far-flung movement in the Champagne, executed with terrific weight, all German forces fighting In northwestern France . . . "The whole situation In the area between the Argonnc and the Cise," the Nazi commentator continued, "Is most fluid and pregnant with tension although at the moment there is no real crisis." Between Two Itivcrs The Chemin des Dames, which runs between the Alsne and Ailette rivers, was contested throughout almost the entire last war. Imperial German forces seized the highway and its surrounding hills in 1914 and I hey continued to remain until a series of Allied offensives begun In 1917 and ended in 1918 finally dislodged them. In these attacks, American troops played a major part and the Chemin des Darnes came to be as much an unforgetable segment of United States history as Chateau-Thierry aud St. Alihlel. Headquarters of Ccn. Dwlght D. Eisenhower announced American penetration of Reims and disclosed new advances live miles or more to j the east. No mention was made, however, either of the Chemis des Dames or the reported twift thrust : to St. Dizier. Gen. Eisenhower's spokesman also revealed a lightning American push to a point 10 miles north of , Reims on the Aisne river. , j Tbe exact location was not given. ' But a push ten miles due north of , Reims would place the fast-driving ' Americans in tbe vicinity of Neuf-chatel. . Conference Works On "Shoot First" Security Policy (Continued from paga 1) to uiovii iiumediately asainst an aggretsHor nation without first abk- j congress for a declaration of war. Ttiis govermuent'B plan favors a new League of Nations, large and small, to consider all problems of an international character, including not only uecurity but labor, food and social welfare. However, the pro-jtotied new K-ague would differ from the old Ceneta one in that it would include a wurity council coiiiijos- ! of the four big allied powera and a few small nations. In order make the international organisation an effective instrument for tl i fjrevetion of wars, this small ecur-' ity council would be empowered to i act instantly with force against an atgresHor nation. J liJue loli I'ower j While the American government j prepared to commit this country , use its armed force in support of j dHcisions of the security council with which It agrees, It does ot favor j the C'liinetw proposal for creation of f international iolic force. Nor ' docs it favor the Ituftsian proposal lor a separate International air j force to act as policeman for the swurily council. Tlte American gov- enmu'ut prefers to haw the allid powers retain tiieir artud forces un- j oVr tiieir own jurisdiction, alloting , thctu lor use against an aggressor j state when they agre on such ac- J tion. j HIGHEST CASH For Your UsedCars COLEMAN AUTO CO. 333 S. 3rd St, Phone 121 i PCKC& THEPCTURES 'IJXTOVH (VJOIJ-JKT WOT I 0UU1 laarri- ; FACTORY-COIITROLLED Sixth Street. 59x FOUR OR FIVE ROOM MODERN or semi-modern house by Sejit. 15. Write Box 442-B, Clinton, Ind. l&Sx WANTED WASHINGS, ANNA LUNGER. Tenth aud Pike Sts. t59x BATCHELOR BUDDY 1958 NORTH Eighth Street. t5x BATCHELOR BUDDY 1058 NORTH Eighth Street. tOUx Certificate Required Required5 NTEED XCTION ? CUAftA SATISFA tJmm WAITRESS AND COOK FROM 2:00 p. m. till 10:00 p. m. Victory Cafe l'hone 785. tu7 Phone C2 INDIANA $300 or Less Is Often the Answer to a Lot of Troublesome Problems. Why Not Talk It Over With Us Without Obligation. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY POLAND'S! FIRESTONE-TEXACO SERVICE 1-M K. Main St. Clinton, bid. 225 Blackman St. CLINTON.

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