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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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THE DAILY CLINTON! AN Friday, September 15, 1941. Page Six FOR RENT Clasiiped Ads Sell Most Anything of shells launched against objectives In tho Pacific war to date. Human Sacrifice The ancient Aztecs of Mexico did not practice human sacrifice because they held human life cheap, but, on the contrary, because they considered human life the most precious of gifts and the only one worthy of being offered to their gods, according to an article in Natural History. Twin Attacks Strike at Jap Inner Defenses (Continued trom page 1) FOR SALE Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices zzzzmz 2 Tonight - r; X V Pen Space Four square feet of pen space should be allotted each chicken after it is six months old. Ants Pcdominate There are more ants in the world than any other insect. H fl Get Roady To Roar! Get Set To Howl! Those Boys are Bark With More of the Madcap Mirth You've Been Waiting For! Palace o powell t LAMARR Edgar Kennedy COMEDY STARTING f Actfo TO M 3k v Vi Also Laest Tete Smith " NEWS COMEDY SATURDAY MIDNITE MATCH TODAY'S HEADLINES! c Fleet hod softened Jap stronpoints in a week-lonR bombardment. Announcement of the landings was made in a couiTtitin Irjue from head-qimrters of Admiral Chester W. N I'll. Us, chief of the Pacific Fleet. Carrier-based planes and surface ships supported the landings. The initial landings were carried out yesterday but no details of the fighting other' than the fact that they are being continued "against suit ground opposition and enemy defenses are being heavily shelled by warships and bombed by carrier aircraft, were given by Nhnitz. Vice Admiral T. S. Wilkinson, a native of Annapolis, Md., Is directing amphibious operations and Maj. Cien. Julian S. Smith U.S.M.C., of Elketon, Md., commands the army and marine troops who arc fighting on the beaches. The landings were not unexpected since Halsey's forces have been pounding the Philippines and Palait in raids which followed the usual American pre-invasion pattern, Kneiny Force H a 11 1 Hen phn! Halsey's forces destroyed 501 planes and probably more than 200 cargo vessels In their raids against the Philippines, thus leaving the enemy forces handicapped in any attempts they may have made to enforce the Palau garrisons by sea or aid them by means of air pow- In the space of 24 hours two of the strongest bastions protecting the home islands of Japan were invaded in strength and it became only a matter of time and not of chance before Gen. MacArthur returns to Iiataan, perhaps the most cherished objective of any military commander since the beginning of time. 300 Mile from rhilin!in With the Japanese outflanked and surprised. MacArthur sent his troops ashore at Morotai Island in the nor- tbrn reaches of t lie llalmahera group southwest of Palau and was able to proclaim: j I Tim within 300 miles of the Philippines." Poon afterward, announcement came from the Xaty Department that powerful marine and army (groups had come into Palau. fiOO miles due east of Mindanao in the Philippines, to carry one step further the gradual build-up of American strength athwart the supply and communication lines of Japan itself. Stiff ground opposition was encountered in the Palau Islands, an official announcement said, but carrier borne planes of Admiral Ches-i tcr W. Ximitz' Pacific Fleet and big! guns of his nay. now assembled in j unprecedented size and strength, i suhjcled the enemy defenses to a erri He pi as t eri n g. j Heat ift Inner IN'fcnse. Mows I The twin assaults at Halmahera and in the Palaus comprised the most daring and heavily-mounted at- i tacks yet made against the "inner' defenses" of Japan. While few details of preliminary operations were available, it was evident that both mere preceded by shattering aerial and naval bombardment attack that may have set a record for tonnage Card of Thanks We take this means of exnrespinc our thanks for those who helped w willingly to hphten our burden in the bereavement which recently came to us. also those who donated ca rs. tw a u t i f u I f I o w -ers. The Forrest era Iodp. All Ameriran Lodpc and Li Libia Lodpe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Libel. AI'l'I.KS AND 1'EAHS. Fruit Farm. KICAUDA t71x BUSINESS SERVICES ETHYL. WE i()T IT! Sl'KE also 5 ply tires The (ias Market. 115 North Main Street. Clinton. t0f MollllCMZK VOIR DIAMOMt nlth a hcBiitlful new pliitliiuiii imiliiitliig from Furnro's Jewelry Shop. 7 PIOWF.Il TILE AM) FITTINGS. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co., Tel 322. FOU l'Ll'.MIHNO. HEATING, ELEC-trlc virtue;, and sheet metal see C. & J. Kamarata. 336 North Ninth St. l'hones 20 and 153W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly doneand Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MA L 8 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., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dnigglns and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, l'lione 50. t5lf AITO (il.ASS. ALL TYPES OF lilass for all make installed. Mufflers and tail-piies for all ears. Ernie's. IMionc 8, South Main, Clinton t9 Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. FIFTH VEIN COAL. GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x MALE HELP WANTED SALESMAN WANTED I)Y WELL known oil company. Man over thirty preferred. Experience not necessary. Immediate steady income for man with car. Write P. T. Webster. 572 Standard Building. Cleveland 13. Ohio. t9x SI AN TO WORK IN AUTO ACCES-sories store. Experience unnecessary. Write Box 442-SS. I71x BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. Help Wanted Female WAITRESS FROM 3 TO IIP. SI. Victory Cafe, 114 South Main Street. ! r t3 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. t63x .NOTICE: Jerusalem I-odge No. 99. F. & - A. M. slated meeting Tuesday, September 19th. 7:3 p. m. John Griff it h. W. SI. Charles Brown. Sec. JOIX OI' ft CHItlSTMAS HVAW IY Clill and wlert a keeftvake lia-iiiond ring at Fararo's Jcwclry Shop. 7 HELP WANTED APPLE PICKERS. APPLY AT RI-cauda Fruit Farm, three miles north of Lyford Y- Paid by the day or by the buhel. t(3 LOST B U O W X LEATHER BILLFOLD with important papers. Reward. Grover B. Smith, 1241 Blackman St. t7Ix BiLLFOIiD. THURSDAY AFTEK-H(Kn. Renirn to Sirs. K. Norman. Wabash Theatre. Reward. t71x WANTED VASHINGS AND NO IRONINGS. Co. third house east of Kainiw wliool. t71x FIVE OR SIX ROOM home, l'lione 4!2-U. SI ODER X H.9x FEMALE HEIJ WANTED GIRL FOB OFFICE WORK. Experience preferred. Typing. Permanent aft-r war. Call after 9 a. m. at the U. S. Slachine Tool Co. t7(i FOR TRADE TWO BURNER KEROSENE NESKO stove fur one or two burner kerosene heater, 720 North Ninth St. t71x Ftrit dar Insertion: e tor each foidlnr line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same la charge (tou get three days at lonhla the coat of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the km 8e chars (you get whole keek five days) at three tlmea the cost of one Insertion). Eaeh group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ada Including mem-orlama and notices of all kinds must be paid in advance except those by regular customers whose accounts ere 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 Its payment. FOR SALE 20 ACRE FARM FOUR MILES southwest of Rockville, good house and barn, l'rice f 1.50(1. r.nnn nESTAI'BANT FULLY equipped, newly decorated, and going pood business. 45 ACRE FARM ON l'AVED ROAD, five room house, lights in. about half plow land, half good blue-grass pasture, priced to sell. 155 ACRES IN RACCOON ROTTOM. five room house, small bar, 95 acres plow fend excellent for corn and alfalfa. Trice J10,0"0 a bargain. 160 ACRES ABOUT ALL LEVEL, on hard-top road, well fenced good house with lights in. l'rice ln 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 bouse, well fenced and plenty of water. Priced to sell as it is an estate. Terms, possession soon. Three miles east of Clinton. C. E. Hawkins, Rose-dale, Ind. Telephone 8. t9 USE FLOORING. REST HAHD-wood. also used inaple flooring. ALSO FINE 2x6, 2x8. 2x10 AND 2x12. J. SI. VIETTI tC9x MOTHS CANNOT EAT CLOTHING for 2 yrs. Furniture and rugs 5 yrs. after one spraying of Arab odorless mothproof. Lee Hain. WEINING PIGS. THREE YEAR old milk cow. Warren Sweitzer. Shepardsville, Ind., Bandy Lane. . t7Ix MY PROPERTY ON CROMPTON Hill. Joe Lucas. 712 North 25th St- Terre Haute. Ind. t0x KENTUCKY GREEN BEANS. CAB-bage, potatoes and tomatoes. C. E. Whooten, two miles north of Hillsdale. t71x ltltl BARRED ROCK PULLETS Triple A-l grade. Two miles north of SL Berniee. state road 71. William G. Southard. t73x ONE HORSE WAGON. HORSE AND harness. Dan Lyday, three blocks west Fairview school, second house north. V.'Jx REGISTERED HEREFORD HOGS. Fred Bennett, three blocks south of Lyford school house. tTlx FOUR ROOM BRICK HOUSE. Hillsdale. Inquire Graham. Tan gier. 1 7 1 x 12 HOLE WHEAT DRILL. JAMES Dyer, four miles north and one-half mile west of Clinton. t'Jui ELEVEN HEAD SHEFP. VERNON Cluder. Phone 1024-IUng 1. t71 THIS IS PEACH SYEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets NcCracken's Market, South Slain Street. t5SI . USED 6 CU. FT. CROSLEY SHEL-h vador electric refrigerator. Phone f t7. Hahieht. Lyford. 72i I INTERNATIONAL COMBINE. Used one year. Ross James, Clinton, route one. t7- FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO IJI!A-zil Block. Charlie R. Fergusnn. Pboue 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any ktad row warn. Cltntos. A ago Wrecking Parte Go, Ernk-'a. i S, Cltntoa. Mtf FOK OVERSEAS CHRISTMAS gifts see Faraco's Jewelry Shop. WHITE ROCK FRIES. 83 Sixth. SOUTH t72x KITCHEN CABINET AND ALLEN parlor heater. 32 So. Main. f.'x GEESE. 12C8 PIKE STREET. tTt'x O'BRIEN -HUSSEY- RYAN SIX ROOM MODERN HOME, ONE ucro included, garden, arrangement for chickens and a lovely home. First block north of intersection of road 41 and 36, Rockville. Will rent cheap, inquire John Moore, Clinton Hospital. t71x MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t43f MODERN FURNISHED ROOM. 515 South 7th. t69x With The OompHmeaU Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for FRANK KANIZER West First St. Just Come la And Ask For Them I Watch This Space Every Day YOUU NAME MAY BE NEXT Occupy Space Sweet corn, winter squash, and even peas take up much space for the amount of food they produce, so they are not suited to the small garden. Iri Memoriam In memory of our mother. Via. LUeitiwho died twelve years ago September 16. Tho fairest lilies are the first to fall. The sweetest first to fade; The fondest, dearest, best of all. At peaceful rest is laid. The Libel Family. COLUMBIA FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c PARSON OF PAMAMINT With Ellen Drew Charles Ruggles INVASION Fox Short "Package For Jasper" Puppetoon SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c GUADALCANAL DIARY With Preston Foster Lloyd Nolan "Champions of Justice" Terrytoon RKO New s Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE THE LAST MILE With Preston Foster Howard Phillips PLUS Danger! Women At Work With Patsy Kelley Man' Brian THl'RSDAY Admission 9c and 20c STANDING ROOM ONLY With Fred McMurray Paillette Goddard Edward Arnold "Bill Jack Vs. Hitler" "Why Daddy" Miniature Cartoon ' j j ' t - I j Canadians Launch Attack on Rimini, Gothic Strongpoint 'Continued nom page 11 ftrit ish and Indian troops, after a stiff sIugfeM, cleared Coriano of the enemy and the strategic ridge running to the southwest. North and northwest of Florence, llri thih and American troops of Lieut, den. Mark W. Clark's Kiftli Army met heavy resistance In uu attack against the (Jolhlc Line. lien. Clark's forces now are striking at the main tiolliic Line positions on a wide front, with 'he Germans pulling back from nil outposts to within the main defensive system to meet a major Allied onslaught, rilth Takes Two Point The Kifih Army captured Moun Catino and Ponte IH Moriauo, both four mill's north of Lucca. Significant gains were made north of Plstoia where patrols approached San Felice in a forward push of two to three miles. They captured vital roadways for a northward atHance in strength through this sector. Tho Fifth Army gains were inside against, mounting resistance, with the enemy fighting ntuhbornly ami effort to defend the Gothic bulwark, The capture of strategic Coriano and the i.onn-yard long ridge in a day of stiff fighting yielded 570 Panzer grenadier prisoners. A large number of the enemy was killed. Tank Attains Smashed German counter-attacks with tank support were smasfKcd. Headquarters ofGen. Sir Henry Maitland Wilson revealed that Greek troops had advanced auainst stiff opposition toward the Adriatic cojarft town of San Lorenzo. I'se Ventral Area The tiny republic of San Marino became a battle rone as evidence mounted that the Germans are using that strategically situated neutr.il territory on the Adriatic for supply and pun areas. In view of the Nuzi violation the Allied Command will be forced to attack San Marino from the air and with artillery like the remainder of the battlezone. Chocolate Currency The Aztec emperor took no other beverage than cnocolate, and cot lected taxes for the imperial treasury an oversize chocolate bar only in cocoa beans. These beans wera used not only to pay soldiers, but to buy slaves with a usual value of 100 cocoa beans. 320 Tank Ships 320 tank ships are being American coastal com- About used ir merce. THE PtCTURES 1JVrOX"S fMl,KST SIfT U5 WILL THE mi Tonight B Big Double and Sat. I Feature E I 5 j ' i In k ARTHUR KIRBY MOOSE MEMBERS The Club Room IS NOW OPEN FROM 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. DAILY 8c 40c SUN., MON. & TUE. Li'l Abner Cartoon "A PEE KOOL YAR SITCHEEAYSHUN" Latest News , t ONLY 9c & 33c 1 ion 1 Aou-: Grade A W n l"amelbaek! Ij i to k Jill ; Tirc$foitcl Faflorr-C'amlrollr'tl :y RECAPPIXG y I WH Greda A Cfnelboca! I I 6.00-16 7.00 A Ii Only the must materials If y and the best workmanship V II if go into Firestone recaps. 1 POLAND'S Society , 4 TREACHER MARION HUTTON &RANT THOMAS GOMEZ ANNE C!IltS OSBORNE ond ORCHESTRA THREE SISTERS Msrgie. B and Eeri WHEN YOU NEED TO BORROW It's Our Business to Lonn . . . We'll Satisfy You. Too . We Believe We've Got To: PERSONAL LOANS TO :.'. SECURITY LOAN CO. "THEY LIVE IN FEAR" "BRAND OF (THE DEVIL 225 BL knutn St. Firestone-Teiaco Service I J j ,12l . Mnin linli.D. Ind. - ci.rvTox. rxn.

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