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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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Thursday, September 7, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Eight ALL MEMBERS Japan's Fate At Stake, Emperor Warns Diet Session (Continued Prom rage II LOCAL UNION 6845 FOR SALE United Mine Workers Of America ARE REQUESTED TO BE PRESENT AT THE VICTORY-MIME- FRIDAY MORrilNMEPT. 8, 1 944 BY ORDER OF THE DISTRICT NO. 11 EXECUTIVE BOARD WILL BE PRESENT BOARD MEMBERS ERNEST GOAD Sub. District No. 1 STELLHOBBS Sub. District No. 2 BENNIE TRUMP Sub. District No. 3 DAVID CAMPBELL Sub. District No. 4 LOUIS AUSTIN Yy President CURTIS NICHOLSON Vice-President RALPH DAY Secretary-Treasurer Hlrohlto said, "We deeply rejoice" over the way Japanese soldiers tiro fighting "bravely and strenuously" and the fact tint t relations between Japan and the occupied countries are "growing stronger." "However, Ihe counter-offensive of the enemy Is becoming Increasingly fierce and the war situation Is finally becoming more Intense. Truly, today Is the time for imperial Japan to decide victory by massing her total slrength," Hie emperor assorted. "tirnve siliintloir' In his first speech to the Diet Bince he took over the reins of government from Gen. Iliilekl Tojo last July, Koiso told the IcgMulors that Japan wns "In the midst of n grave situation upon which depends the rise or rail of the empire." He underscored these words by asserting that "the life or death of the Yaina-ta race Is at stake." PEAIII, HARBOR, Hawaii. The wide striking power of American air forces in the Pacific was underscored today by a Pacillc Fleet Headquarters announcement revealing that land-based Army Liberators carried out their initial attack on Marcus Island. 1.200 miles southeast of Tokyo, scoring a direct hit on a building believed used for ammunition storage. Itown TraiisMrt Plane Headquarters also disclosed that a Navy Liberator Bhot down a Japanese transport plane near Iwo Jima in the Volcanos. The fact that the enemy transport was escorted by a medium bomber which escaped the American guns, prompted speculation that the destroyed plane may have been carrying high ranking Jap officials. A Tokyo radio announcement disclosing that six Jap admirals were lost due to "recent enemy action gave impetus to this belief. Use Sni mn liases The army Liberators, which probably flew from captured Saipan airfields iu the Marianas within 500 PCCOi THE PICTURES CLINTON'S COOI.KST SPOT Final Tonight THE miles to the- southwest, faced heavy anti-aircraft flro In their raid on Marcus Island, which was carried out Sept. 3. GEN. MACAKTHUR'S HQ., New-Guinea. New Allied triumphs were on record today in the sky-borno destruction being hurled a-gainst Japanese forces from the Netherlands Indies to the Philippines, where sinking of three additional enemy freighters was reported. Pound Philippine llnxra Night patrol bombers, continued to neutralize Sasa airdrome near Japan's main Philippine Island base at Davao, according to Gen. Mac Arthur's communique. Other bombers struck out at Coram Island in the Netherlands East Indies, pounding Boela airdrome a-galn while fighters scoured the Coram coast for small Japanese shipping craft. Sponge Stains Stains on non-washable fabrics may be carefully sponged with denatured alcohol. On non-washablo rayons or colored clothes, denatured alcohol may also be used but it should be diluted to two parts of water to one part of alcohol. Admission 9c and 20c TRUE TO LIFE : 'With Mary Martin Dick Powell Franchot Tone Victor Moore "Show Business At War" Fox Short "MARDIGRAS" Musical Parade 9c FBI. & SAT. 35c Big Double Feature 2 BIG PICTURES Fuzzy Finds Feace And Quiet . . .' Behind The Butt Of A Six-Gun ! "FUZZY SETTLES DOWN" Buster Crabbe Al (Fuzzy) St. John IMPOSTER FEATURE 5s STEELE 0c 3l)c NOW SHOWING COLUMBIA THURSDAY Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day Insertion: 80 (or each reading line (one column line, like one ot these). Next two days Insertion: the same lo charge (you get tliroe daye at double the cost ot the first day). Neit three days Insertion: the same So charge (you get a whole keek five days) at three times the oat of one Insertion). Kadi group of three days thereafter, 1c a line. niackfaca (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-oriama and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from or (snliatlons whose bills must be al lowed before being paid. In tht latter case the person asking tht publication of the notice will be held responsible lor its payment. FOK SALE HARD MAPLH IT.OORINIi 116. 2 and 2 Vic per lineal foot, some 2x12, 2xin, 2x8 and 2xb. IRON GOOD AS NliW 30"xl0' nNR. KOI1R-HORSE HIGH PRES- sure steam boiler and several water tanks. LARGE TABLES 32"xl2' AND small tables; also restaurant white marblo table and counters. ONE, THREE HOLE BURNER Has stove. ONE 80, CO AND 45 GALLON LARD kettles. TWO SMALL IRON SAFES. TWO MEAT BLOCKS. TWO WALK-IN MEAT BOXES. ONE, SEVEN HORSE-POWER Frlgidair unit. ONE, THREE HORSE-POWER York unit. ONE, MOTOR DRIVEN MEAT grinder. ONE MEAT STITFFER. SEVERAL PORCELAIN TOILETS. SEVERAL MEAT TRACKS WITH switches and roller hooks. ONE BALL-BEARING STORM BUG- gy- NEW DELIVERY WAGON. CAST SOIL PIPES. ONE MOTOR DRIVEN COFFEE grinder. ONE STEAM TABLE. TWO SLICING MOTOR DRIVEN machine. ONE CAST IRON STEAM KETTLE. ONE HEAVY LAUNDRY VAT. J. M. VIETTI Po. O. Box 2C6 Phone 297 t3x ONE HORSE, WAGON AND IIAR-ness; 38 pullets five months old ad two brood sows with 12 five weeks old pigs. Dan Lyday, three blocks west of Fairview school, second house on the north. tti4x TWO ICE BOXES, ONE COMPLETE bed, springs and mattress, like new; two kitchen tables, chairs, eix restaurant tables, nice counter. Sell very cheap. John Somrak. Blanford. tG3x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets. McCracken's Market, South Main Street. tD5f GRAHAM PAGE. FOUR DOOR Sedan. Draw 1900 miles. Good condition. Call at 4C0 North Ninth Street. t4 FOUR ROOM HOUSE TO BE MOV-ed from lot. Inquire 318 North Third Street after 0:3(1 p. m. t64x TWEED COAT WITH FUR COL-lar, size 14 also plain black coat, size 12 or 14. 1534 So. Fourth. t(ix USED ARMY SHOES. BELLO'S Shoe Shop, Bize 6 to 13 Vj, 300 N. 9lh Street. tClx FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BitA-zil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. I'hone lUti-W. t 7-17-44 f COW AND CALF. FRESH IN DE-cember.See Anton Giaclierio, Centenary, ttitix BRICK, any kind you want. Clinton Anto Wrecking Parts Oo. Ernie's, fhone Clin torn. MCI THREE BURNER KEROSENE stove. Bertha Wright, Crompton Hill. t2x FOUR ROOM HOUSE, 7119 NEI1E-ker Street. Apply Max Rosenblatt. tea BARTLETT PEARS FOR EATINC and canning. 259 North Ninth Street. ttiix 1 9 3 8 MODEL INDIAN 81'ORT Scout motorcycle, first class condition. 1457 So. 4th St. tt;2.v NINE ALBUMS OF SYMPHONY Recordings, perfect condition. 4 2f, North 9th St., Phone 302-M. t(i4x BROWN, PRE-WAR BUGGY. GOOD condition. 634 Elm Street. (8. tC3. FOR OVEItSKAH CHRIST M A H gifts see Karaco's Jewelry Hhon. t79 NKARLY NKW CONtiOLliUM RUG. 32n Soulli Fourth Kt. t62x ONH ('IIH'UI.ATINO HEATKR, Extra good. 817 Vino St. t4x I'ttt) t'AIIINKT RADIOS. C. A. SI I.yford. HHx BUSINESSISERVICES KTIIVI.. WK iOT IT! HI'HK also r ily tin"" -- 'I'll'' 'ins Market. I ID Ninth Main Hlii'i't, Clin-tun. I'i'lf M((in;itMi: v ' r it" ii wh h II h licmillfnl new iIhI Ilium Mumming from l'rn' Jewelry rlhop. ,7" iTitON.K WHKKN WlltK 1 Mesh SO In., 2ii 111.. :in In.. 31 111. ('Union 1,11 ill Iht &. .Supply Co. Tel. :i22. WIIITI.OCK. Pl.l'MIIIOIt. 1'IIONK 2(l(i-It. tGlx FOR PLUMBING, HEATING, ELEC-tric wiring, and sheet metal see C. & J. Kamarata, 33G North Ninth St. Phones 20 and 153W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Coodyear Car. Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tfi DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 142B. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED I'ltEE of charge by Dwigglns and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. t5xf Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Staled convocation Vermillion Chapter 125 li. A. M. Thursday. Sept. 7 at 7:30 p. m. William Vast-binder, II. P.; Ray Shew, Secretary. Ui2 NOTICE! Carpenter's Local 2152. Fish fry, Thursday, 7 p. in. Half Century Club. t2 JOIN or It CHRISTMAS I..1VAW1V Club and select a Keepsake Hia-liiuml ring at Faraco's Jewelry Miop. t70 Help Wanted Female GIRL FOR OFFICE WORK. MUST have experience. "Write Box 270. t3 WOMAN FOR LOCAL ADVERTIS- ing, survey work, average earnings, $50.00 week and over, no age limit, free to travel. F'lorida in winter. Call at 306 Walnut. tG2 MALE HELP WANTED j uTTy-TO WORK STEADY IN store. Krogcr's. t13 BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. WANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM MODERN home. Phono 4 92-R. ttiSx SMALL USED DOLL BUGGY, CALL 388-W. tG2x WANTED TO BUY WOOD FRAME GARAGE WHICH is movable. G40 South Fourth " Street. I'hone S71-J. Oi'Js WOOD FOR FIREPLACE. C. M. White, Jr. I'hone 16. tM LOST SMALL BLACK AND TAN MAN-chesler Toy dog. Weighs about 3 pounds. Reward. 72u Mulberry St. I'hone G62. tfix PURSE CONTAINING DRIVERS license and other papers. Donald lluxford. Rosedale. t4x SMALL 111.1 E-liliAY AND WHITE kitten. Reward. 1217 So. 5th. Phone 128. Hi2x FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED APART-nient. Close iu. 415 South Thini Street. t4 3f PUBLIC NOTICE ItlHTII CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Florence E. Riede lias filed her petition in the Verimillion County Circuit Court to have the time and place of her birth determined. Kaiii Phone 62 INDIANA Indiana Farms Construct Low-Cost Trench Silos "No cash investment" are welcome words to everyone. Indiana farmers iu need of a temporary silo can construct a trench silo at a low cost. No other type of silo will keep silage any better or for any longer time providing it is properly constructed and filled. R. C. Shipman, extension agricultural engineer at Purdue Uni versity, sayB that silage in this type silo has been known to keep well for as long as five years. Two men and a team or tractor. witll a plow, slip scraper and shovels can construct a 6-ton silo in three to six days, depending upon the con dition of t lie soil. A large crawler tractor will do the job in a few hours. This silo, however, does have a disadvantage, in that it is difficult to transfer silage from the silo to the livestock. Keeping Dust From Scattering To keep dust from scattering when dusting radiators, Say a slightly dampened cloth on top of the radiator and paper beneath. Then take a long handled brush and dust with a vengeance. The cloth and paper collect the dust. Card of Thanks Words cannot adequately express our gratitude to friends. Father Shea,.. Kacrod Heart Church, " relatives, those expressed their sympathy and helpfulness "udt all w ho I helped r1n- any way at the time of our recent sorrow. May tied biess you all. M r. and M r n Anton CMucherio and Families. JS'oiet Grade A i jtiuclback X I FROM THISl 0 TO THIS I Tirofone 6- a- orv- on ( ru I ! ni; AiTi.x. Witk Grade A Caaelbackl 6.00-16 7.00 Only the onest materials and the best workmanship go Into Firestone recaps. POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service 12 X. Main Clinton, I ml. petition is set for hearing September Hi. 1944. Dated this Ctll day of September, 1941. CARL R. BlOdS, Clerk of the YVnniliion Circuit Court. John W. Curithers, Attorney. ItlHTII CKItTII'll'ATE Notice is hereby Riven that Clifford James Henry 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 hearing on the 7th day of September, 1!4 4. ' CARL R. niOCS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. 8.8 Persons The Bureau of the Census gives a decimal-point figure of 3.8 persons to a family. With The CompllmesiU Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for FLO REED South Fourth St. Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watc h This Space Every Day ' VOVR NAME MAY HE NEXT LOANS... $50 $100 $200 $250 and $300 Yes, you can obtain a loan based on your earninR ability and you pay interest ONLY tor the time you have the loan. The I'ublic Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are Btcadily employed in a factory, office, utore or eU.ew.iore, Come in and talk over your money problpiui with ua. We will arrange your payim-nis lu suit your income. Costs arc rcaHonahlu. luleri'St rale of per iiMiiiili on unpaid IhI-Hiice for amount up to 1 1 amounts M&U to $;;ou. 1 7c p r mouth on unpaid bain tire. A (TtO.OU loan repaid lu fiv month ly Installments uf flu, 82 each, costs M.C0 but If re ia Id In 10 days, coHts only 6"c. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or insurance . . . or any worthy pur pone. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the I'ublic Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Tay Kt I'ay 12 Pay ments. mrnts. men Ik. f SO $ 7.12 5.H0 $ S.it'2 9fM $14.29 911.72 $10.05 A.200 '-'8.: $t.2f $1 .!: 250 US. 17 $28.87 $24.07 &U0 $41.04 $34.3f $20.33 PUBLIC LOAN CO. 21914 Main St. Phone !i"2 f-. T Nazis Announce, , Deny Bulgaria At War With Germans (Continued from p!R 1) diplomatic relations between Sofia and Berlin. Allies tict Notification Kxchango ToleKraph reported from Ankara that the United .States, Great Britain and Russia had been notified officially of Bulgaria's entry into the war auainst Germany. The controlled DNB aucney reported also that Bulgaria has decid-nH In hrpn k relations witli the Fas cist Italian " regime, Croatia and Slovakia. The wiltioliiistrnRHp attempted to play down Bulgaria's action as of no particular importance, asserting it was viewed officially as "indicating that Bulgaria's attempt' to create a favorable atmosphere m Moscow through breaking off diplomatic relations has failed." Dixie Major Issue The statement "refuted" the reasons given by Sofia for the step, the Wilhelmstrasse spokesmen insisted, on the grounds that the disarming of German soldiers by Bulgarian troops took place on Serbian territory. Bulgaria had previously asked Russia for an armistice but had not received a formal reply from the Soviet Union. Russia declared war on Bulgaria when she became dissatisfied with the policy of neutrality enunciated by Premier Konstan-tin Muraviev. Disarm, Intern Germans Advices from Ankara Baid that Bulgaria finally decided to declare war on the Reich whin German Iroops tried to disarm Bulgarian occupation forces withdrawing from Yugoslavia. Karlier. Iiulagriun broadcasts asserted that remaining German troops in the little Balkan kingdom had been disarmed and interned. Captured Germans, Belgain Traitors Arc Held in Antwerp Zoo LONDON. KnglHiid. German sailors an Idlers and Belgian liaitorn and collaborallolilst" are being held prisoner In the lion bouse of ih Antwerp ioo. according to Alexander llllford of Hie 1-olidoll Iai-ly Ml II. "They lia'e been P'Jl Ibere. rMirr.....i e,.ii it, a ilisniitch frum Ant werp, "because it is "'e o!) lous ! place. The sou lies beside the loainj r.Miwav station in the center of th ri'y am! the cages have strong bars Nothing uld be more suitable. But H is a fantastic sight. "On the right, where the Hons were, are German officers. Panther ages have German non-com mission, d officers. The Tigers' places are taken by men of the Blackshirt Fascist movement. And in the corner on the left, where there used to be wildcats, there is a throng of weeping women." Smoking Griddle To keep your pancake griddle from smoking, cut a rutabaga in half and rub the cut side on the griddle when just ready to fry the cakes. Repeat each time you use the griddle. HITLER S WOMEN - - - Driven Like Cattle Into The Pens Of NAZI PASSIOISM . "'.il I ! I ' SECOND KOOT GiBSQN KEN MAYNARD-BOB PALAOE WE SERVE THOUSANDS PERSONAL LOANS TO $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 22S Blackman St. CLINTON.

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