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Tuesday, September 19, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICES Soviets Batter At Major Nazi Posts in Latvia BUSINESS SERVICES planning can achieve this goal." Old Bureaus 'l ake Over It was clearly indicated that some functions of present war agencies will be carried on by old-line government bureaus after the agencies have been liquidated. The president specifically directed Smith to lay plans for: 1. The liquidation of war agencies and the reassignment of such permanent or continuing functions as they possess. 2. The reduction of government personnel due to a peace footing. 3. The simplification and adaptation of the administrative structure to peace time requirements. Though most of this liquidation, the president said, will have to wait until the Japs have surrendered." he suggested that some adjustment should be made immediately upon the termination of the war in Europe. lion next January "will involve no change in the military leadership of the w ar". Probable termination of the war in Europe this year, be said, will release all our energk-s for all-out war in the Pacific Study of the Dewey speech reveals that it went far beyond excoriation of the Hoosevelt administration for its handling of the labor problems. It presented a definite Republican labor policy, sprinkled with "no tresspassing" signs for both those who would make labor the tool of left-wing extremists and those who would strip l;:htir of most of the rights it bus won. Split Labor Vote Republican leaders predicted the talk 111 split the labor vole In such key stales as California, Washington, petinsylwinin, Michigan, Ohio, New Jersey a n d Massachusetts, where they have detecled differences of opinion between elements of the CIO, and the AKL. BIRTH CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Janet James has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 26th day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Yanks Close In On Peleliu Posts, Battle Near Climax (Continued from page 1 reporter in the Palaus. said that the crisis of the battle for Peleliu is at hand and the marines have virtually split the island in half. The Blue Network in San Francisco heard the broadcast. ) On Anguar Island, six miles south of Peleliu, the army's eighty-first division, encountering relatively light resistance, killed 4 8 more Japs and a frontline dispatch from International News Service correspondent Philip G. Reed revealed that the Doughboys have overrun the Anguar railroad yards, cutting off the enemy from supply bases. Island foiuiuest Near Reed also reported that first hand observers estimated that the conquest of Peleliu may be achieved within another six days and the less heavily defended Anguar may be won in even less time. Fleet headquarters disclosed that the marines were still encountering heavy enemy resistance on Peleliu but captured Asias. main population center of the island, and the battle in the southern sector has reached the mopping up stage. Yanks Take Niturliioked Island, It was officially disclosed that American forces captured Ngarmo-ked Island, south of Peleliu, presumably with little opposition. The fighting marines repulsed another Jap counter-attack on Peleliu Saturday night, headquarters disclosed, and have now clawed their way to the razor-backed top of the island, routing Japs from their lorty observation posts. Kcaliees Work on All-strip Two enemy planes bombed Sea-( bees working on Peleliu's prized airstrip but no casualties were reported. This huge airdrome constitutes perhaps the greatest threat to the Japs' stolen Pacific empire and will play an important part in support of General Douglas MaeArthur's anticipated move to the Philippines. Admiral Niniitz, in a radio address directed to the national convention of the American legion in Chicago, revealed that the Palau oper-, ations are part of the preperations for "General MaeArthur's Philippine campaign." Huge American naval forces In Palau waters can be counted on to support further Invasions of the island chain until the entire group is in the hands of United States forces. NEW YORK, N. Y. A force of about 50 American Liberator bombers and P-38's raided Ibe city of Davan, on the southern Philippines Island of .Mindanao, radio Tokyo said today. The lirnailcant announcement, re- "Indispensable" Man Issue Is Dewey's Target Continued from page 1) feas been made a political pawn of the pnsent adininiKt ration. Governor Dewey said there lias lK'ei a deliberate campaign of delay for political purposes in mottling labor disputes. "This policy at delay, delay and more delay," he said, "serves only tbe New Deal and its political ends. It puts the leaders of labor on the spot. It makes them come hat-in-and to the White House. It mahes political loyalty the test of a man getting his rights. I'olitu-8 Over Justice "Personal government instead of government by law, politics Instead of justice, prevails in this labor field in this country and I am against that kind of administration and always will be." The Republican nominee singled out Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins as a special target, describing her as an "estimable lady" who. for 1 2 ytars of "New IJ.'al bungling." has been Secretary of Labor "in name only". Need luibor Department "l'or ali practical purposes," he added, "we have neither a Secretary of Labor nor a Department of Labor today. We need a Secretary of Labor. We need a Department of Labor. Twelve years is too Jong to go without them. Sixteen years would be intolerable." Declaring that our military lead ership in this war has been "superb," Governor Dewey pledged that : change in the national ndministra LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY; MEALS TURNED TO GAS One lady said recently that her stomach used to be like a "(tas fac- T,mt l "l,en ate ""81 !'' seemed to turn rW't U,tn Kas. s,ie '"" ' , had awful stomach gag pains, daily headaches and constant irregular bou-el action. Now, however, this lady says she is KHKI-; of HTO.MAt II (i.l.S anil she says the change is due to tuking 1:1(11-111:1.1. Her meals aurce Willi her. No gas or bloat after eating. Headaches and constipation are irone. "Oh! what reuer:" states this la.f,.. "U'l.v ..tli.... ana .ml e.,ii. Istipation sufferers Ret Krh-Help?" tll-HI-Xl' contains IS tircat HerliH; tlicy cleanse bowels, clear onu twnm til iitiidi-li at't an uliiiririwli T, . ,.. mioI.i- ,u.,j, soon feel different all over. So don't , n on tt.t .. iF t i v 1 1 ii.ii I." i i .ilu.1(( aJ UtM 2 FIKST RUN FEATURES 9c 35c A FULL HOUSE Ol HILARIOUS FUN! At is fed. BILLT GILBERT - HEMP UOW11D us BOSEHBLOOM rUNC LANG STARTING v2 (A non-resident notice state of indiana VERMILLION COUNTY, SS: IN THE VERMILLION CIRCUIT COURT. Vacation Term, 1944. Robert D. Shaffer vs. Ruby Mul-lins Shaffer. No. 17514. Be it known that on the 1st day of September, 1944 said plaintiff filed affidavit in due form, showing that the defendant Ruby Mullins Shaffer is a non-resident of the State of Indiana and a necessary party to the complaint herein; and that the object of said action Is Divorce. Said non-resident defendant is now, therefore, hereby notified of the pendency of said action against her and that the same will stand for trial on the 2nd day of October. 1944 the same being the 19th Judic ial day of the said Term. 1944 of said Court, and unless said defendant appear and answer or demur to said complaint at said date, the same will be heard and determined in Iter absence. Witness my hand and the Seal of said court, this 1st day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk. H. H. Wisehart, Atty. 95-12-1944. NOTICE OF Wl'ARDlAN'M KALE OF REAL ESTATE In the matter of Guardianship of CHARLEY JACKSON, Victor N. As-bury, Guardian. In the Vermillion Circuit Court September Term, 1944. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of the Vermillion Circuit Court, VermilJIon County, State of Indiana, the undersigned, Victor N. Asbury, guardian of CHARLEY JACKSON, will at the herein described premises on the 30th day of September, 1944, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. and from day to day thereafter, until sold offer at public sale for not less than 23 its appraised value, certain real estate belonging to said ward, CHARLEY JACKSON, which real estate Is described as follows, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 27, township 16, north range 9 west. Also 17 acres of even width off the south end of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 27, township 16, north range 9 west. Also beginning at a stone at southwest corner of the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section 27, township 16, nortli range 9 west and running thence north 561 feet; thence east 134.2 feet; to the center line of the Newport and Highland Free gravel road; thence south 12 degrees and 28 minutes east of a center line of said road 575 feet to the south line of the aforesaid quarter quarter sect ion; thence west along this line 255.4 feet to the place of beginning, containing 2.508 acres, containing ill all 69.508 acres more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of said court for cash in hand at time of sale. Said real estate will be sold free from all en cumbrances and Hens, except the 1944 taxes due and payable in 1945 Dated tills 19th day of September, 1944. VICTOR N. ASBURY, Guardian. M. C. WIGGINS, Attorney for Guardian. 919-44 Oil and Meal A bushel of soybeans yields on the average 0 pounds of oil and 18 pounds of meal. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATUBE THE LAST MILE With Preston Foster Howard Phillips PUTS Danger! Women At Work With Patsy Kelley Mary Brian THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c STANDING ROOM ONLY With Frpd McMurray Paillette Goddard Edward Arnold "Bill Jack Vs. Hitler" "Why Daddy" Miniature Cartoon Get lu tlitf Scrap! With The CoBipMmeBt Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASII THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for Edward L. Kazakevich North Eighth St. Just Come la And Ask For Them t Watch This Apace Every Day YOUR NAME MAT BE NEXT PCKOk THE PCTURES flJXTO.VS fOOI.KST Sl'OT 9c FINAL TUE. 40c IT "1 ARTHUR TREACHER MARION HUTTON KIRBY GRANT THOMAS GOMEZ ANNE GIIUS WILL OSBORNE tai ORCHESTRA THE THREE SISTERS Afar?', Cm and CM Color Cartoon News PALACE RIDE THE THRILL TRAIL TO ADVENTURE! RANGE f BUSTERS f ... - s. THURSDAY B y Witt, i.'nn PLUMBING. HEATING, ELEC trie wiring and sheet metal, stove pipe" and elbows. C. & J Kama-raca. N. 9lh St. l'houes 20 and 10 aw. ETHYL. WE GOT IT! Sl'liE also 5 ply tires The GaB Market. 115 North Main .Street. Clinton. ttiOf MODKli.MZK YOl' It WIAMOND with a beautiful new platinum mounting from Karaco's Jewelry Shop. t7 SAVE "1TEL MONEY" WITH storm sash and attic insulation. 1'ut In your order now. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322 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 small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Tsrre Haute or Dana 142(1. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Vwiggins and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. t5xf Al'TO (iLAKti. ALL TYPES OK (.lass for all makes installed. Mufflers and tail-pipes for all ears. Ernie's. Phone 8, South Main, Clinton l Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clio ton or 166-J-2, Montezuma. FIFTH VEIN COAL, GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x MALE HELP WANTED MAN TO WORK IN AUTO ACCES-sories store. Experience unnecessary. Write Box 442-SS. t71x BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. ApIIy , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 99, F. & Qi, A. M. stated meeting Tuesday, September 19th. 7:30 p. m. John Griffith, W. M. Charles Brown, Sec. JOIN OCR CHRISTMAS I.AYAW'AY ( lull and select a Keepsake Diamond rinjr ut I-'araco's Jewelry Shop. 17 FEMALE HELP WANTED WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK. EL-nier Swinford, three miles S. W. of Hillsdale. t72x WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. Phone 785. t70f GIRL WANTED. VICTORY DINER. t74x FOB KENT SIX ROOM MODERN HOME, ONE acre included, garden, arrangement for chickens and a lovely home. First block nortli of intersection of road 41 and 36, iiock-viile. Will rent cheap, inquire John Moore, Clinton Hospital. t71x TWO ROOM MODERN APART-ment, ground floor. 259 Vine St. t72x MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t43f FOB TBADE TWO BURNER KEROSENE NESKO stove for one or two burner kero sene beater, 720 North Ninth St.! t71x WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY, SELL OR trade, good used furniture or I stoves. What have you? T. F. 1 Ifigsby, 142 So. Main St. t72x GIRLS BICYCLE IN ANY CON-ditioli or a frame. Cull 28 7-W. I73x USED PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION und reasonably priced. Write Box S-II2, Clinton, Ind. t73x WANTED WASHINGS AND NO IRONINGS. Cox, third house east of Fairview school. t71x Watch nay Don't lose the value of your hay by late cutting, improper curing, excessive handling or poor storage. From Arkansas The U. S. main source of bauxite ore from which aluminum is obtainedis Arkansas. Problem. But "How" to Get Our Obligation to You - ntlly Firm Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Bla, Huv tnaartfnn; KA for AJtch leading line (one column line, like one of then). Next two day! Insertion: the tame le charge (you get three days at aoubls the cott of the first a!). Next three days Insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a wnoie Seek five days) at three times um cost of one Insertion). Each group of three dart thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem- orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts re paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible lor its payment. FOB SALE 6 EOOM MODERN HOUSE ON South 4th St. Good location. Va- ,nnt fash or terms. GOOD 5 KOOM HOUSE ON SOUTH 81 h. Partly modern. Vacant. ROOM HOUSE AT 1130 PIKE ST. Cash or terms. ' O. F. HOUSTON' t70f MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY TO SET tie estate. 5 Room semi-modern home. 1548 South Fourth St. See T. Wess Koyce, 4 mile northeasl of Clinton, 1st house norm on gravel road off 41, t74 DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE it. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrs against moth damage. Lee Hain. EXTRA NICE PEONY CLUMPS IN red, pink and white. Now is the lime to plant. Hershey s Store and Greenhouse. v t70f WEINING PIGS. THREE YEAR old milk cow. Warren Sweitzer, Shepardsville, Ind., Handy Lane. t71x KENTUCKY GREEN DEANS, CAI1-bage, potatoes and tomatoes. C. E. Whooten, two miles north of Hills dale. t71x HALF BED COMPLETE, ONE dining table, practically new electric Premier Bweeper and util ity cabinet. 2.19 Vine St. t72x 100 BARRED ROCK PULLETS Triple A-l grade. Two miles north of St. IJernlce, state road 71. Wil liam G. Southard. t73x GOOD CONDITION COAL RANGE, cheap. Call John Torando. 9110 Morey St., Clinton. t73 BALED STRAW, DALE OR TON. 550 South 6th St., Phone 447-M. t73x- ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ALSO Sludebaker, 19'it! sedan. 037 So. 5th Street. t74x REGISTERED HEREFORD HOGS, Fred Bennett, three blocks south of Lyford school house. t71x FOUR ROOM BRICK HOUSE Hillsdale. Inquire Graham, Tangier. t71 ELEVEN HEAD SHEEP, VERNON Cluder, Phone 1024-Ring 1. t71x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your liaskets. Mccracken's Market, South Main Street. t50f 1 INTERNATIONAL COMBINE. Used one year. Ross James, Clinton, route one. t72 FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 13C-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Part do. Ernie's. Phone S, Clinton. 8M FOK OVEKHKAS PH It 1ST MAS gifls see l'araio's Jewelry Shop. t79 SEVEN SPRING CHICKENS. 349 N. 3rd Street. t72x TWO GOOD COUNTERS CHEAP. J. M. Vietti. t72x GREEN BEANS, WILLIAM JONES, two miles south of Clinton. t72. WHITE Ro"c'K FRIES. 832 SOUTH Sixth. t72x APPLES AND Fruit Farm. HICAUDA t71x LOST BROWN PURSE, AT CLINTON OR Hillsdale, containing family's ration books and watch. Mrs. Herbert Knohlett. Phone 198-R3. t73x BROWN LEATHER BILLFOLD with important papers. Reward. G rover B. Smith, 1241 Blackmail St. t71x B1LLFORD, THURSDAY AI-TER-noon. Return to Mrs. K. Norman, Wabash Theatre, Reward. I71x HOW AND WHY- "Why" You Need Money Is Your It Is Our Responsibility and See Us, tile Frii SECURITY 225 lllackjujji St. (Continued From Page 2) siau fighters wiped out over 400 Germans in hand to hand encounters and captured several artillery batteries. The Soviet high command announced that Russian bombers of the Arctic fleet smashed at the Norwegian port of Kirkenes. The raid hit German buildings and military Btores German buildings and military stores in the port, causing five distinct centers of fire and bringing on heavy ground explosions. 2:1 azift Dow ned Aerial action along the eastern front during the day saw 23 German planes fall in dogfights and to Russian anti-aircraft fire. An official Soviet resume of action along the eastern front during the weekend revealed that Red army men had destroyed 134 German tanks while anti-aircraft batteries and fighter planes brought down 62 Nazi planes. Iteds Seize SO Towns Today's bitter fighting in the San-ok region of southern Poland resulted In Russian occupation of 30 towns and villages in addition to the capture of the district center of L'slrzyki-Dolne. Massed German tanks and covering fire from natural defense posi tions on high ground strove to check the Russian advance. Red army battlers, closing to hand grips with stubborn Nazi defenders, drove the Germans from their favorable positions, while Russian artillery smashed Nazi tank formations. Riisko-Finnish Truce Signed; March on Nazis (Continued fiom page I) Finland after a Finnish-Russian peace accord was signed ill Moscow. The peace accord was formally signed last night, a report from Helsinki said. Finns March On Nazis Finnish troops, in accordance with an agreement with Moscow to intern Germans remaining on Finnish soil, were reported marching a-galnst Nazi forces still in positions north of the Uleaaborg Line. Stiff fighting between the Finns and tlieir former associates In the war against Russia was said to be expected in the next few hours. Finnish forces were said to be In control of Uleaaborg itself. Kemi was reported the only harbor in Finland still in German control. The port is at the northern end of the Gulf of Bothnia, not far from the Swedish frontier. NEW YORK NY The Swe - dish home radio said today the Flu - ntsh Diet held two secret plenary meetings this morning with the cab- inet. Two Hecret Meetings I At the Becond meeting, Bald the broadcast reported by U. S. government monitors, "it was decided to pass over to the ordinary agenda, which implies that the Diet gave the government vote of confl- d''"c:i" , , Following : he second secret meet-, OI Ule r llllllbll puvtri jiuicjil hub morning, "the speakers assemhled - for another meeting, the outcome of which is not yet known," the broadcast said. It added that "the papers in Helsinki are standing by to issue extra editions as soon as they re- ceive an official communique about the secret sessions." Danes linttle. Nazis LONDON. KiiKland. The German-controlled Copenhagen radio re ported today that fighting has broken out between German marines and Danish Iloyal Guards in front of the lloyal Palace at Amalienlmrg, where King Cristlan is ill residence. Casualties were reported on both sides. Change to Peace In Government Is Called For by FR (Continued from pag 1) Not only did the president call for the liquidation or realignment of war-born federal ogencles. hut he BjM-t'iruully asked for planning which would make possible a reduction of the number of workers on the government payrolls when the war endtt. The president based his action on "our success on the battle fronts all over the world . this success, ne said, makes possible a downward ad justment of the "great expansion of government activities" required by total war. ri.iiis Must He ICeudy Ile told Kmfth that the actual liquidation of government agencies cannot begin today but "the plans should be ready". lie urged: 'Tpon the termination of hostil ities, we must proceed with equal vigor to liquidate war agencies and reconvert the government to peace. Some steps along these lines may be alien when the fighting ends in Europe. The transition from war to peace should be carried forward rap idly, but with a minimum of disor ' I . . . ... ...j . u' corueu y ine iti, nam ... " was maae yesterauy. cen. noroi.AS macarthi'R's HQ., New Guinea Carrier-based aircraft assaults aguinst Jap airfields at Halinahera to neutralize enemy strength nearest invaded Mo-rolai Island in the Hulmahera group were reported today by Gun. Douglas MacArthur. Thirteen Jap barges were wrecked as II. S. planes lashed the shores of Wasile liay, and blistering attacks against air installations destroyed or damaged many grounded Jap planes. n Pay Well The per-i'C-il garc'. crops such s asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries and the various bush berries come into production early in tiie season and pay well for the labor spent on them. I TO THIS Tinstone Factory-Ton I rol led IIECA1IIIVG Wifs Crad A Caswlsacal c.00-16 7.00 Only the nnest materials and the best workmanship go into Firestone recaps. POLAND'S Mn f v K-i"in.jn I Now l fjirade A II n Canielb ack ! M if' this! LOAN CO. IMione 02 Firestone-Texaco Service 120 S. Main Clinton, Ind. CI.IXTOX, IMI. der and disruption. Only careful

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