The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 6, 1944 · Page 2
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September 6, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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THE DAILY CLINTON! AN Wednesday . St'ptriiiWr G, 1341. fltceTwo jley et ux 55x158 ft. Tract "X" Clin PALACE STARTING TH I" RSI) AY Real Estate Transfers COURT NIlWS i Li?. ton. $1. Robt. Jr. Hartsook et ux to Chester L. Hutson et ux lot 50 Reed's add. to St. Bernice. $1. Hosuitalied Vetf Louis XIV was the first to attempt adequate care of war veterans through his establishment of the Hotel des Invalides in Paris, an institution where invalid veterans wet cared tor at state expense. h Tn- -.! " v. r i ' r t Draft Calls Continue At Present Rate After Collapse of Germany (Continued tiav. oag 11 lt was Indicated that 7.1.000 to 100,000 draftees a month may be required to bring the navy to peak strength, replace casualties and release veterans entitled to demobilization as result of combat duty and several veals set' ice. Classified Ads Sell Most Anything Throw Your Scrap Into th Fli Mabel Haltor of Clinton township lias filed suit In Wi-million circuit court seeking a divorce from Chur-les D. Hulter on grounds of cruel Bud Inhuman treatment. .Mrs. Hulter Hki that her maiden name of Kusmiael be restored. The couple married Dec. 11. 1 !' ;! 7 ami sep-mated August IS. 1U44. PEACHES for CANNING O ELBERTA O HALE Roaalyn Itelber of Kalrview Park Iimi filed suit In Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Martin Iteiber on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment. .Mrs. Heiber asks for the custody of their two children. Edward 9 and Anna 6. together witli reasonable support, and alimony in the sum of $2500. 00 and 1500 attorney fees. The couple was married May 13. 1934 and separated Nazi iMNNinns utilf.isli(l ... swm from "Women In limning-, with t.Jtil 1'ntri. k, Namy Kelly. Hill Henry and Tula llln'll. The navy is sunt to be some 300,-jnoo men short of lis planned peak strength and lias nut presented any concrete plans as yet for Its ultimate demobilization. The sea forces will play a major role In the conquest of Japan. Dcmoblizialion will be slowest In the air forces and army service forces. The War Department said new-Inductees will be needed to enable these branches to discharge a fair share of men proportionate with the grand forces. Selc-tlve service calls after X-Day will be governed by such factors as the rate of demobilization, the number of men who elect to continue in service, and the amount of shipping available to return surplus troops homo. August 2t, 1944. Hem ice M. Tague et nl to Catherine Helien et ill K Vj lot 44 Matthews Park add. to Clinton. $10. Kiity Stella to F. L. Favnli lot 71 Matthews Hark 2nd add. Clinton. $1. Frank Nardi to Maria M. Airolu lot 75 Matthews Park 2nd add. Clinton. SI. Lawrence 11. llouchin et ux to J. .lump llouchin laud in Sections 4 & 6-1 .VS. fl. William .. Smith et ux to Doland t.V Itlppy et ill pt. 30-14-9. fl. Fred H. Clark to Brownie M. Kelley et ux lot 9 block 1 Morey's add. to Clinton. $1. Chas. V. Potter et ux to Oren C. Soard et ux lots 1, 2 and pt. 3 block 5 original plat of Dana. $1. .Martlia Willard to Raymond Sla-teler et u SVt lut 5 llellus add. to Clinton. $1. John Hrivnak et al to Eva Hous-er lot 8 and pt. lot 5 block 2 Morey's add. to Clinton. fSUO. Charles Parker to Violet Houston lut 10 Burnett's add. to Dana. $1. Max L. Bishop et ux to Gladys D. Holliugsworth lot 16 block 15 original plat or Dana. $1. Lester Cope et ux to Mae F. Hines lots 37 and 38 and pt. 36 original plat of (Jessie. $1. S. H. Pawley Lumber Co. to Norman R. Koltz et ux lobJ 20, 21 and 22 Reed's add. to St. Bernice. $1. Kazinara YVielkering to Sun Lite Coal Co. lots 81 and 82 B. R. Whit-comb's sub. $1. John T. Whittington, admr. to Ira Stonestreet lots 1 and 2 Home's add. and pt. out lot 6 Cayuga. $1285. Cloyd Smith et ux to Lauria Dag- H-1 rlmfv) Better Can A Few Indiana District Demo I Finance Leaders Named "s More Bushels We Three Suits Are Filed Against Strip Mine Owners (Continued r-nm Page 1) Robert D. Shaffer of Clinton township has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Ruby Shaffer on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple was married March lti, 1944 and separated July 8, 1944. May Not Have A Good Crop Next i Z .... -V I . "V J. em i BEDFORD. Ind. Indiana Democrats in each of the state's 11 congressional districts were looking forward today to the appointment of district finance chairmen by Eugene II. Crowe, newly named state finance director for the party. Crowe's appointment to head the financial organization for the Indiana 1944 Democratic campaign was announced yesterday in notification telegrams from Edwin V. Pauley, treasurer, and Robert E. Hannegan, chairman of the Democratic national committee. The new director is a Bedford ;uid it is the contention of the slate that stripping will permanently destroy any and all value that th lands may have. All suits are the outcome of many complaints regis erpd by citizens living in the vicinity of the strip mine and of an investigation started by the Kxchange Club and city officials seeral months ago. At that time, a committee was ordered by Air. Krazier, from the property being stripped near the foot ball stadium. Victor Silotto of Clinton Township has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court Beeking a divorce from Vivian Silotto on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatni :it. The couple was married Oct. 5, 1942 and separated Sept. 25, 1943. . Circuit Clerk Carl R. Biggs has issued the following marriage licenses: Woodrow H. Foncannon. 27 and Ruth Gross 25 both of Clinton; John T. Cole. Jr.. 21 Montezuma and Rosabell Sutton, 18 of Muncie. BRING YOUR OWN BASKET Mccracken & sons 302 South Main As It Appears to Us . . . Headers are Invited to contribute to this column, but each letter must be limited to U54) words. Xo contribution will be published unless it is signed, although the writer's name will not be printed except by request. Opinions expressed nre not necessarily those of The Clintonian. businessman and a former 9th dis- trict representative in Congress. 1 5 O "It Pays to Advertise" Bedford Residents Say BEDFORD, Ind. A Bedford Newspaper's "phigs" for Us classified advertising columns apparently has carried some weight in the town. A classified in yesterday's issue said: "I want a good clean husband who gets a pension and doesn't drink. I live near Jingo's store." Similar faith was shown last week The following letter to the Superintendent of Schools contains an appeal which is worthy of everyone's consideration even though unsigned. Drivers must he on the look out for school children at all crossings. E. C. Boyd "Mr. Boyd, As school superintendent, why not have au ad in our daily paper warning motorists to be careful, now that school has started and the little ones by the dozens will be out on the streets. All summer I have noticed how, even grownups, have to jump out of the way of some unthinking driver. This is indeed very serious, and I think it deserves immediate thought. I have a little son facing these dangers, and many also have to cross railroad tracks. Please dc something about it. Thank you." 2!i I: by a Bedford man who advertised a : request for money to be sent to him "anytime and by anyone." j "I sure need it," he said. ' ,J. -5 E '. ' m Dr. G. R. McGUIflE CillKOi'KACTOK ( General Eisenhower calls if esprif"! IT'S A SPIRIT that rises to accept each new challenge with dignity. j It's a spirit born of vision. Of a love of freedom so great it transcends human hopes and fears. And makes any sacrifice worth while. It's the spirit that tackles all kinds of Army jobs. Humbly. But with a joyous pride. A spirit that has its eyes on Tomorrow a spirit that has won the eternal respect of the Army of the United States. This is why General Eisenhower has said: "The esprit constantly exhibited by our Wacs is exemplary!" h. L... X BACK TO SCHOOL WITH ALWAYS AT 1 i CTnsfeads "A LITTLE BETTER CSptlt! "I couldn't just wait for the war to end. I'm working fur vie toryi" says Corporal Margaret Wynant. ESpttt ! "I'm proud of my job intelligence work at an g Army airfield! " says Sergeant 1VTTTfTl HO TTTT W" (v jr. UltiurltuH bj 241 S. Main St. Clinton, Ind. I Macintosh. T -v,. V. X" ; 1 1 Ann' Anne Good soldiers... few . Children's Print Dresses Sizes 3 to 6 Limit, 2 $1.00 Sprit "Being a Wac make me feel I'm helping my country! Writes Sergeant Shirley Thomson. WOMEN'S ARMy CORPS ELASTIC 5c and 20c Yd. Little Girls' PANTIES Sizes 2-4-6-8 39c Limit 2 Yds. V HERSHEY BARS 3 for 12c Plain Chocolate and Almond k- FOR FULL INFORMATION .bout th. Women' t Army Corps, go to your q nearest V. S. Army Recruiting Station. Or mail the coupon below. i IV 1' ' II S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION f) 1 .?i.'lnd. ..i. , illu.trBted 1 . h,tween I 1 I TABLE OILCLOTH 46-Inch 35c Yd. 54-Inch 45 c Yd. FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES 10c Must Turn In Old Batteries 1 i 'Si lid Ltlrf .bout the W ..."'" children I I ' ; i.j . . . j -4 r .. :.;io. ov. i i -XCU'-J'Jl "dBl,: t&.flt-PM NAME H.veyouhdt 1 '1 IM Ie.st2yr.-t 1 ,,"W!lfjL-J-' ADDRESS "j . jhighhool?- j " i-i ill1 OH SALE FRIDAY, SEPT. 8

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