Wednesday, Septejqjgy 13, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN I'age Six BUSINESS SERVICES burgh during October would be advisable. Michigan fairly close, but leaning toward Gov.. Dewey. The latter will receive a huge vote in the rural sections and smaller cities but there Is danger In Detroit and Grand Rapids, where there has been a big influx of war workers and Intense activity by the PAC. Michigan has 19 electoral votes and an October speech In Detroit was urged. Kentucky is Doubtful Kentucky definitely leaning to-ward Roosevelt, but could go Republican under the same Impetus which gave it a Republican Governor. The state gave Roosevelt a majority of 137,000 votes four years ago but the President, at best, will do no belter than half as well this year. Kentucky has 11 electoral votes. Iowa Overwhelmingly for Dewey, who should carry the slate and its 10 electoral votes by upwards of 20.000 votes. Nebraska staunchly Republican and will give Dewey Its six votes by between 75,000 and 105,000 votes. ' South Dakota like Nebraska for Dewey. The state has four electoral votes. ance of defensive tactics and strategy. Soviet troops, meanwhile, scored successes in battles south and southwest of Lomza, fortress city standing before the gateway to East Prussia, after overcoming fierce Nazi resistance. lU'ds Force Wedge Several inhabited localities were tuken along wilh tnctically Important terrain, the communique related, telling how the Red troops forced a wedge Into the Nazi defense line south of the city. Stubborn clashes occurred in the streets and at strongpolnls, from where the Nazis were driven at bayonet point and with grenades. Southwest of Lomza. Hie Gcruruis hurled large Infantry forces against the Russian drive, losing more than 700 men and a idle of materiel In their counter attack. Romanians Ahl Russians Red forces In the Romania area advanced with Romanian troops a-gainst the combined Naxi-llungari-an forces, and, according to reports from Bucharest, were si l iking westward across Transylvania lo within a few miles of tho Hungarian border. The Soviet communique, reported the Red troops as crossing the river Memele, then hurling back nine Nazi counter-assaults In that region. After other ferocious engagements, the Russian - Romanian troops smashed into I lie town of Mercureau-Cinculul, an Important highway Junction In northern Tran ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE IN CLINTON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15 TO CLOSE OUT THE REMAINING 8 HOMES OF THE WABASH VALLEY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 4 TO 7 ROOMS. SOLD ON EASY TERMS., YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO OWN YOUR HOME. FOR FURTHER DETAILS PHONE OR SEE J. R. KELLEY CLINTON HOTEL Phone 57 sylvania that previously served as a German strongpoint. Sodium Fluoride Sodium fluoride is poisonous, but there is little or no danger of the cockroaches carrying sufficient sodium fluoride to any food product to be harmful for human consumption. It should not be sifted dircctiy on any food product which is to be eaten. fcj Two Types of Aggressive Snake The king cobra and the bush-master, among poisonous snakes, are known to attack man without provocation. W ltd The Comuliineata Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASn THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for NEAL GARNET South Fourth St. Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day lOUlt NAME MAY HE NEXT WW. THURSDAY 0c 35c WED. & TIIUR. Cartoon News Bargain Matinee Thur. 9&25c 2:00-2:30 P. M. -4Thi Queen of i. thaOurksin kar best J tune and fun 1 fa f CNSON F0N6 & 1(1 HANTAN MORELAND f I S.( I 2 9c 35cl?AMcE Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Flnt day insertion: So for each reading line (one column line, like Next two day Insertion: the same lo charge (you get tnree aaya ai double the coat ot the firat day). Next three days Insertion: the same 80 charge (you get a whole seek five days) at three tlmei the eoat of one lnaertton). Each group of three daya thereafter. 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All claaallied ada Including mem-orlams and notices of all klnda muat he paid In advance except those by regular customera whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations 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 ita payment. FOR SALE 20 ACRE FARM FOUR MILES southwest of Rockvllle, good house and barn. Price $1,500. GOOD RESTAURANT FULLY equipped, newly decorated, and going good business. 45 ACRE FARM ON PAVED ROAD, five room house, lights in, about half plow land, half good blue-grass paBture, priced to sell. 155 ACRES IN RACCOON BOTTOM, five room house, small bar, 95 acres plow land excellent for corn and alfalfa. Price $10,000 a bargain. 160 ACRES ABOUT ALL LEVEL, on hard-top road, well fenced good house with lights in. "Price $100 per acre. For further information, write or call FREEMAN COX, Rockville, Ind. 12 AND ONE-HALF ACRE FARM all plow, good clay soil, five room modern house, electric lights, new steel furnace, bath everything modern. Good barn, 20x40 tile hen house, brooder house, well fenced and plenty of water. Priced to sell as it is an estate. Terms, possession soon. Three miles east - of Clinton. C. E. Hawkius, Kose-dale, lnd. Telephone 88. tS9 FARM 225 ACHES, EIGHT MILES north of Clinton. Seven room modern house. Ilio acres under cultivation. Delia S. Swlnehart, 605 Walnut St. Clinton. t7x MOTHS CANNOT EAT CLOTHING for 2 yrs. Furniture and rugs 5 yrs. after one spraying of Arab odorless mothproof. Lee Hain. ONE HORSE WAGON, HORSE AND harness. Dan Lyday. three blocks west Fairview school, second house north.' tii'Jx SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE, TWO lots, 14.17 So. 4th. Inquire nt Mrs. Johnson Hehl, 924 N. 5th St., Terre Haute. tliSx USED FLOORING, BEST IIARD-wood also maple flooring sizes 2x6; 2x8; 2x10 and 2x12. J. M. Viettl. t08x HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET, chest drawers and heating stove. Inquire 332 V, So. Main or Call 645-W. t67x i 12 HOLE WHEAT DRILL, JAMES Dyer, four miles north and one- half mile west of Clinton. t03x ELEVEN HEAD SHEEP. VERNON Cludor, Phone 1024-Iiing 1. t71x UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER LIKE new. 435 North Ninth Street. tfiSx HOLI.AND ELECTRIC WASH E R . 1 803 North Seventh Street, Clinton. tliSx SHOATS. FRED BENNETT. I.Y-i ford, three blocks south of school house. tC7x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets. Mccracken's Market, South Main Street. t55f FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton AoLo Wrecking Parti do. Ernie's. Phone S. Clinton. BSti FOR OVERSEAS CHRISTMAS uiflg see Faruro's Jewelry Shop. t79 KITCHEN CABINET AND ALLEN parlor heater. 320 So. Main. t67x GEESE. 1208 PIKE STREET. t70x FOR RENT TWO ROOM HOUSE. CROMPTON Hill. Minnie Davis. 417 North St. or Inquire at George Decant. Crompton Hill. t7x MODERN FURNISHED APA R T-nient. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t43f MODERN FURNISHED ROOM. 615 South 7th. , tC9x Warplanes Drop 26,000 Tons Of Bombs on Reich (Continued nom pace 11 Upward of 1.000 U. S. Eighth Air Force heavy bombers with fighter escort ranged over western, southern and central Germany by daylight, blasting synthetic oil plants and other Industrial Installations throughout the Reich, an official announcement revealed. The hughe formations of U. S. Fortresses and Liberators, escorted by "medium-sized forces" of the II. S. Fighter Command, attacked what headquarters described as "a variety of Industrial targets". Cont Inuaiice of the heavy bomber operations against the heart of the German war machine followed In the wake of American and British assaults upon both sides of tho Siegfried Line. Mnlli A A F In Action Fighter-bombers of tho Ninth II. S. Air Force struck at the western side of the Nazi defenses after a shattering RAF night assault upon Frankfurt on the Maine. The raid on Frankfurt smashed German military traffic headed for tho Siegfried Line. The Air Ministry reevnled that more than 1,400 aircraft were dispatched In the 12 hours ended at 1:30 a. m., and added that returning Halifax crew members told of seeing the smoke from three burning oil plants in the Ruhr as far as the English coast. Frankfurt, Slullgart Hit In the upper Khlneland. where air reconnaissance showed that Darmstadt had been almost entirely devastated the previous night, strong forces of Lancasters dropped more than 4,000 Incendiaries on Frankfurt and more than 2,000 on Stuttgart. The squadrons of the Ninth went into operation at dawn on the return of the British heavyweight bombers which were over the Reich In strength to attack the rail and Industrial center of Stuttgart and Berlin as well as Frankfurt. GOP Tide In Over Nation, Gov. Dewey Sees (Continued from page 1) "are getting high prices now but they know that is a war donation. They are afraid of what lies ahead when the war demands cease and they want a business administration down in Washington. The way they figure it, we've been spending a lot of money for a luug time and someone has to do something about it pretty quick." The ranchers also are upset over the high prices they have to pay for lubor and feed and they object to the lleup between the Democrats and the Hillnian political committee. Sees Nebraska Sweep Abel V. Shotwell, GOP National Committeeman from Nebraska, told reporters that "If all the people who want a change in national administration vote, Gov. Dewey will carry Nebraska by more than 100,000 votes and sweep the nation". Since he left New York on his 6. 700-mile tour, the GOP nominee has stopped ill Philadelphia, where he made his initial campaign speech; in Louisville, where he discussed foreign policy; in Lansing and Owos-so, Mich.; Des Moines, la., and Valentine, Neb. During those visits he talked with leaders from Pennsylvania, Kentucky. Michigan, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. In a capsule, this is what he was told: Pennsylvania Border State Pennsylvania close, but leaning toward President Roosevelt. Its 35 electoral voles can be swept into the GOP column. However, if a substantial cut can be made in the 1940 Roosevelt majorities in Pittsburg and Philadelphia a drift of mine workers toward the GOP may take place in the Pittsburgh area mid the 1940 Roosevelt majority of 177.0UO in Philadelphia may be trimmed to 100,000. A major speech In Pitts POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service 20 N. Main Clinton, Ind. IXoir! Grade A II Camelbavk ! U iom this! jj 7irc$tonc Vaefory-fonlrollcd RECAPPING U With Crada A Camlbacal 1 imii tin n Only the Sliest materials II and the best workmanship V go into Firestone recaps. I Joint Picnic Supper Held At Wright Home Sunday Members of the Clinton Town ship Home Economics Club and the Clinton Township Farm Bureau en joyed a picnic supper at the nome of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wright, west of town, Sunday evening. An interesting program consisting mainly of talks by 4-H boys was pre sented. Bobble Richardson gave a talk on bis poultry project; Leon Foltz, pig project; Bill Dunkley, week In a conservation camp at Versailles this itinmrr and Donald Foltz, an Inter esting report on his trip to Califor nia. Mr. Walter Thomson of Craw- fordsvllle, district director of the Farm Bureau was the guest speaker. Harry Van Duyn gave an interesting talk on the livestock meeting at Crawfordsville recently. Out of town gueBts were Mr. ana Mrs. Les Runyan of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Thomson of Crawfords ville and Mrs. Esther Wheat of Clin ton. Shepardsville Group Has "Get-To-Gether" Party A "fipt-To-Gethor" narty was held Friday evening In Shepards ville by a group ot young people. A wiener roast and hay ride was enjoyed. Those attending were Kathaleen Pugh, Willadean Brockniolor, Millie Wiiuifli. Marv Hollowell. :Hose Mar ie Prohaska, Una Mae Lapworlh, Odetta Pugh, Frances Jackson, Helen Shanks. Willard Sanqucntti, nutnh Ithirkhiirn. Bob Stanfield, Thomas Wilson, Charles Brockmeier, Donald Gossett, Art Bowser, Ray T.neii nnh Puirh. Kenneth Gossett and Edward Groves. Rev. Joseph E. Huinerlckhouse attenaea tne pany. Mrs. Howard Buntain has return ed from a visit with Iter husband, Pvt. Howard Buntain of Camp Wheeler, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomas and daughter, lalene Jean, spent the week end at Mattoon, 111. 9 9 Miss Alta-Mae Proliaska has re turned home after spending several days In Indianapolis. Mrs. Bessie Gossett of Shepards-llle is confined to her home with an injured ankle. S 2e and Mrs. Burl Thomas, Hillsdale, are the parents of a daughter born at the Vermillion County Hospital Tuesday. The infant weighed seven pounds and fifteen ounces and has been named Carole Louise. Seaman Thomas is now stationed in Oklahoma. pa Curbing Speeding Panama has a sure method of curbing speeding. Highways are divided into 10-mile districts. As you enter the highway you are given a time card. At a control station 10 or 20 miles beyond you submit the cord. Just a glance at the officer's watch and if you made the distance too fast you're pinched. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c HEY, ROOKIE , With Ann Miller Joe Besser Jimmy Little Hal Mclntyre and Band PLUS MARINES FLY HIGH With Richard Dix Lucille Bull Chester Morris THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THREE MEIi III WHITE With Lionel Barrymore Van Johnson "OVER THE WALL" Warner Feature ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 6 ply tires The Gas Mar ket, 115 North Main btreet, unn ton. teor MODKHMZE V O U It DIAMOND ivith a beautiful new platinum mounting from Knraro's Jewelry Khop. 79 SAVE "1-TEL MONEY" WITH storm sash and attic Insulation. Put in your order now. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. FOR PLUMBING. HEATING, ELEC-tric wiring, and 3heet metal see C. & J. Kamarata, 336 North Ninth St. Phones 20 and 153W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I M'A L S REMOVED, large or email, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 1428. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwigglna and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon aa they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone BO. tBrf Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 103- Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. MALE HELP WANTED MEN TO WORK ON EXTRA GANG track work. Harry W. Cole, General Foreman, Universal, Ind. Charles Kief, 123 Casey Ave. t67x MAN TO WORK IN AUTO ACCES- sories store. Experience unnecessary. Write Box 442-SS. t71x MULE DRIVER FOR COAL MINE. Inquire after 6 p. m. Jim Jones, Lyford. t8x BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. Help Wanted Female GIRLS AND WOMEN, 17 TO 40, (white), for waitress work in fine Evanston tea room. No alcoholic beverages served. Assured weekly income of $30 or more; meals and uniforms furnished; no experience necessary; full pay while learning. Carefully selected rooms available. Transportation furnished. Live in Evanston, enjoy the many advantages of one of Chicago's finest suburbs. Permanent posi tions. Write to Cooley's Cup boards, Evanston, Illinois. t67x WAITRESS FROM 3 TO 11 P. M. Victory Cafe, 114 South Main Street. t03 PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Person was seen taking the bicycle from the Wabash belonging to Virgil Payton. Please leave at show or 432 Davis St. No questions asked. If not returned person will be prosecuted. Virgil Payton. tt!3x NOTICE! -TT-', Called convocation Vermillion Chapter 125 R.A.M. Work In M. M. and P. M. degrees. Wednesday. September 13, 7:30 p. m. William Vasibinder, H. P.; Hay Shew. Secretary. t67 NOTICE K.UJLKS! Club rooms will be opened Thursday night for your pleasure and entertainment. Don't forget to get a member for class Thursday night. Sept. 28th. ' 1118 JOIN Ol lt CHRISTMAS J.AYAWAY Cluh and select a Keepsake Diamond ring nt Faraco's Jewelry Shop. 171) HELP WANTED APPLE PICKERS. APPLY AT III-cauda Fruit Farm, three miles north of Lyford Y. Paid by the day or by the bushel. t63 FOR GENERAL STORE WORK. Call Lewis Hardware. tt7 APPLE PICKERS NARDIN'S Fruit Farm, Lyford. t8x LOST BROWN LEATHER BILLFOLD with important papers. Reward. Grover B. Smith, 1241 Illuekinun St. t71x WANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM home. Phone 4 92-R. MODERN tl!9x Add Olives Add olives to midwinter salads. Ripe olives combine with chopped celery, grated raw carrot or shredded cabbage. A mustard mayonnaise dressing is " perfect accompaniment- I Nil. ft i Combine Work Of Allies To WinWanFDR (Continued from pas 1 1 Inquiries concerning the status of China in the Quebec discussions. No Chinese representatives have yet appeared at the conferenc. President Roosevelt was appearing highly pleased with the swift progress and unanimity of purpose In his talks with the British Prime Minister and their military staffs, for Early said the conference had gone so well It probably would be completed by this weekend. "Fhe conference began today to broaden from the purely Pacific military sphere into the European sphere and into many ramifications of the whole Allied war effort. Secretary of Treasury Henry Mor-genthau, It was learned, will come here to talk with President Roosevelt in his capacity of a member of the President's cabinet committee studying economic problems arising from Nazi occupation of countries now liberated In Europe and of other countries yet to be released from the German yoke. It is probable these economic discussions will range into Germany ilself and the problems following Germany's defeat. In connection with the Pacific, the President and Prime Minister also turned their attention to selection of an over-all commander-in-chief probably an American to lead the gigantic offensive a-gainst Japan. Elsenhower May Lead The possibility that General Dwlght D. Elsenhower, the present Allied supreme commander in Europe, might be shifted to the Pacific to take supreme command there was understood to be under consideration. However, other Informed quarters leaned toward the belief that the American commander-in-chief would be selected by the two Allied leaders from one of the top-ranking Admirals or Generals who have been doing the Job in the Pacific throughout the war. Three Others Named The three names most prominently mentioned are Admiral Ernest J. King, chief of naval operations; Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, commander-in-chief of the Pacific ocean areas, and General Douglas MacAr-thur. In command In the Southwest Pacific. Soviets Seize Key To East Prussian Defense Frontier (Continued from page 1) were forced to "ahandon." Stalin's order termed the city "an important German defense base on the Narew river." MOSCOW, Russia Soviet for ces, and Romanian troops, Hunting Bide by sloe siasneu mrougii iidn-sylvanla's liroad valleys today and nearer the Hungarian border. Heporis from Hucharest Indicated the drive had speared through stubborn resistance of the combined Nazi-Hungarian lines to "within a few miles'' of the border. Advance on t.ale ity An offlcul Soviet communique, reported capture of numerous strategic towns In the Transylvania sector and said that, on the Polish front, the Red army scored new advances In the vicinity of Lomza. Herman fortified town guarding the gateway to East Prussia. Fear and despair are cooperating with the Russians to undermine the German soldier and crush the Nazi war machine on the eastern front, according to Soviet military experts. Their views were put down also in the Moscow communique. I "Herman Suffer from Fear" 1 "The German soldier Is suffering from an incurable disease fear of encirclement and fear of tanks," the communique asserted. These remarks were predicted on capture of a secret order the Russians said had been issued by the commander of the 60th German army corps emphasizing the lmyort- STARTING 'PCKOk THEPCTUPES CLINTON'S COOLKST SPOT JUDY'S 7HCBSTLIKfD GAUtf HR FAMiy... , M rTrr Mil rue I1M . . 1 RUCK. M,nc nut IHiQg J V. , I Jcb'i boil rrind Mo Iovm ict-cram Moltelm it million- Gordon fU ory i a thotginl thru a llrawl oiro who hotcimonoyl ttrono bVi lonol 9 ISM? 5i.-l.ert find 'Crimo Don'l Pay M 0M HOW AND WHY- "Why" You Need .Money Is Your Problem. But "How" to Get It Is Our Hi spoiiMlmiiy and Our obligation to Yuu See Us. the Friendly Finn . 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