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Thursday, September 21, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tage Eight ' Postwar O.P.A. Foreseen in State Economic Session INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Several hundred Indiana industrialists representing 46 Hoosier communities, had returned home today after being advised by several authorities on re-cot rersion problems at a conference sponsored by the Stale Committee for Economic Development, In In-dlnnapolls. The transition period from ft war BUSINESS SERVICES Perrysville Current News Grade School Mothers Organize Club; U. B. ' Churches Retain Pastor The following were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Young, Mr. and Mrs. Max Blmpklns and granddaughter, Shirley, of Henning, III., Mr. and Mrs. Chet I.aiiham and son, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mnyfleld and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jean ThoniaB and nephew and Mr. and Mrs. James Yades, all or Itosvllie, and Mr. and MrB. Le Roy Young and children of Danville, III. At a business meeting of the Ev ifou can't see the corn in this picture of casting of war materials but it's there. The core binders and moldings for many metal castings ere held together with corn starch. The fine, smooth qualities of molds containing starch save from 25 to 30 percent of the time required in machining castings for motors of warplanes. This is but n ".one of many industrial "uses of corn. It is also used in glue for ply. ' wood vencor, and in hahdascs, surgical dressings, soldiers' uniforms, cmcrysney rations, bomb3, shells, special containers, and many others. Cayuga's Second Annual Flower Show, Draws Crowds; Prizes Given m nence economy "offers tn ures es! chullenge in history to private enterprise and the spirit oi uem.re- racy," Dr. Theodore u. niem.i, tlonal Research Director, told the business leaders in their closinc session last night. He predicted that a price control nn(r,.,,i tttN he necessary in iit postwar period to cope with maladjustments and inflation dangers arising from the reconversion efforts. Yntema advocated that war production cuts be scheduled so Hint war hoom areas would be the first af fected and surplus labor might back to less congested areas. John V. I'ennelly, National CED Executive Director, outlined to the industrialists the CED tax plan. Elimination of double taxation on dividend Income, elimination ot nontaxable securities Issued by state and local governments, abolition of all excise tares except those on liijuor, tobacco and gasoline, reduction of corporate- income rates and en-Bourageiueul of business concerns fft Invest U'pn'eyiii Itew ventures by certain iiibiWances "for possible losses re plank in Ihe plan. ' '-' t. n County Thicli Drivers itt .Receive' Rations By Mail t Vermillion' County truck drivers ill receive tndir fourth quarter rations by mail. It- was announced to-ilay by officials of the local rationing board. It will not be necessary for the drlverB to call at the office prior to the fourth quarter ratfoning. This applies to ihe Venni-lion County Hoard Number S3-1 only, officials stated. Meat Essential Livestock products furnish 46 per cent of our national food requirement, measured in calories, but 59 per cent of the protein, 81 per cent of the calcium, 62 per cent of the phosphorus, and & large part of the essential vit.imins. THEPCWRES Buy More Bonds in. 4 WALLACE FORD EL BRENDEL FINAL TOMGHT ( "THE ( r r Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices kIm, H u v tnanrtlnn HA for eauh trading line (ana column line, like one of these). Next two days Irsertlon: the eeme le charge (you get tliree days at double the cost ot the first day). Net three days lniertlon: the aame 8a charge (you get a whole sera five days) at three times the sost of one lniertlon). Each group of three days there-aller, 8c a line. IlUukface (like Uila) 10c per line. All classified ads Including men-orlami and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts pre 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 6 HOOM MODERN HOUSE ON South 4 th St. Good location. Vacant. Cash or terms. GOOD 5 KOOM HOUSE ON SOUTH 8th. Partly modern. Vacant. 6 ROOM HOUSE AT 1130 PIKE ST. Cash or terms. O. F. HOUSTON !' t70f .MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY TO SET-i tie estate. 5 Iloom semi-modern home, 1548 South Fourth St. See T. Wess Royce, 4 mile northeast of Clinton. 1st house north on gravel road off 41. t74 DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yr.i. against moth damage. Lee Haiti. EXTRA NICE PEONY CLUMPS IN red, pink and white. Now is the time to plant. Hershcy's Store and Greenhouse. t70f 100 BARRED ROCK PULLETS Triple A-l grade. Two miles north of St. Bernice, state road 71. William G. Southard. t73x LARGE SIZE DUO-NUHIN HEAT-er, good as new. Harry Newland. . Universal, Phone 1008-2. t74x GOOD CONDITION COAL RANGE, cheap. Call John Torando 9:i0 Morey St., Clinton. ' t73 BALED STRAW, BALE OR TON. 556 South 5th St., Phone 4 4 7-M. t73x ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ALSO Studehaker, 1936 sedan. C37 So. 5th Street. t74x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRASH Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 13C-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parte Oo. Ernie's. i 8, Cllnum. Mtf FOIt OVEHNBAS C II It I S T M A S gifts see Fararo's Jewelry Shop. t79 WHITE MAJESTIC RANGE. 722 Mulberry. t74x FURNITURE AND STOVE, 41 C North Water St. t74x '35 PLYMOUTH SEDAN. HERT A. Wright. R. R. 2. t74x KITCHEN CABINET, 1124 SOUTH Eighth St. 174 x USED METAL HABY CARRIAGE 7. 444 South 4th St. Ill REBI'ILT ROYAL TYPEWRITER. Jack Kosmach, rniversai. tfx 1!M0 CHEVROLET TRUCK, LONG wheel base. 1130 Pike St. t75x LOST BLACK BILLFOLD. OOLD I.ET-ters Souvenir of Macon. Ca.. contains important papers. Editli Dav- ' is. co James Barry, R. It. 1. liox 80. t75x BROWN Pl'RSE. AT CLINTON Oil Hillsdale, containing family's ration books and watch. Mrs. Herbert Kuoblett. Phone Hillsdale 1 US-HI. t73x WANTED PTOVE AND ITHNlTl'ItE. 416 North Water St. t"4x WANTED TO BUY GIKlH BICYCLE IN ANY CUS-dition or a frame. Call 2K7-W. I SED PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION and reasonably priced. Write Itox K-442. Clinton, Ind. tTSx FOB RENT MCE COI'NTKY HOME,..INOTirtE at Edward Drown, two miles north of Lyford. t74x I MODERN ITKNISHED APART-j ment. Close In. 4 15 South Third i Street. t4 3fj E. C. Boyd, John Pickt'll Lead County Prinicpal Club Earl C. Boyd. Clinton and j, Pickell, Newport were eleci,.,! ,,,s. ident nnd secretary respectively of the Vermillion County Principal-, Club at the dinner meeting held al Antonlni's restaurant Wednesday evening. The township trustees and Huswives were special guests at tin. din-ner and organization nui-tini,'. The Vermillion County Principal'., Club Is composed of principal, 0f each county high school. City Councilman in Hospital clarence re uarrinon. a member of the city council, ward number four, was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital, Wednesday morning as a medical case. Mr. Harrison, a resident of Wabash Avenue, Clinton, lias been in health for the past seven months . M Sacred Colors Green was a sacred color to both the Mayans and Mexicans and some of their best carvings are found in jade and greenstone. I'actory-CiMnirolled IlECAPPIXU Wltfc Crsde A Com.lbockl 6.00-16 7.00 Only the must materials and the best workmanship go Into Firestone recaps. POLAND'S . Firestone-Texaco Service 120 N. 1lil ( Union, Ind. 9c Fill. & SAT. 35c Big Double Feature 2 BIG PICTURES BOOM TOWN CUNPLAY At Two-Cuo Ceoraa !vS!ing Blazing Lead At A Chotl! theLGHE mum SCARLET CLAW 4 . DtNMIS OKEIft SUSAN MAYWAR0 Nowt Grade A 1 Camelbapk! 1 I"e3l Jr. LSI , I 0 " Mw rrpikA l'OR I'UMHINO, HEATING, ELKC-tilc wirinK und sheet metal, stove pipe and elbows. C. & J Karaa-rntn. 3:10 N. 9th St. Phones 20 and 153 W. ETHYL. WE HOT IT! SI'UE nlno r ply tires The (ias Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. tiiOf MODKIt.N'lK VI) II II DI AMOND nilli a lienullfnl new pliiliniiin inminliiiK from l'nraro's Jewelry Shop. t7l) SAVE "ETeT MONEY" WITH storm sash and attic Insulation. Put 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 Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L 8 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T.Tre Haute or Dana 142K. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. 1137 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FltEE of charge by Dwlgglna and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as Boon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. t5xf AITO lil.ASS. AM TYPES OF IiIans for all makes Installed. Mufflers and tail-pipes for nil enm. Ernie's. Phone H, South Main, Clinton t9 Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. U Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 1C5-J-2, Montezuma. KITTIl VEIN COAL. GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pilie Street. t83x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Dill Blackburn, Clintonian. PAID NOTICES XOTK'F! Will make trip to Phoenix, Ariz, leaving Sent. 26. Room for 2 passengers. Inquire 1217 South Fifth Street. t74x JOIX Ol'lt fllKISTMAS LAVAWAV ('lull and select a Keepake Diamond ring at Faraeo's Jeivelry Shop. I7 FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. Phonn 785. t70f GlItL WANTED. VICTORY DINER. t74x PUBLIC NOTICE HlltTH ri KTII U ATK Notice is hereby jriven lliat Nellie Harper McDonald has filed a pe tition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition in Ret for hearing on the Ufith day of September, 1944. CARL It. BIOOR, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. XOTK'F OF ADMINISTRATION . Notice is hereby given that the j undersigned lias been appointed by ('the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County. State of Indiana, . Administrator of the estate of llen-jainin F. Ruuyan. late of Vermillion County, deposed. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. HARRY L. HfNYAN. ,, Admiijistratur. Sept. 12, 1944. ' 11. II. WlM-hart! Atty. Carl 71. Biggs, Clerk. 914-21-21! 44. Practical Metal ITaimets and drain controls will 1 continue to be made from brass be cause this is the most practical metal for machining and finishing. Wltfc Tbe OosHneata Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN. There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for CHARLES FOKTXER 510 Oak Street, Just Come Im And Ask For Them! Watcn This Space Envy Day VOt'R NAME MAT BE SKXT Phone C2 INDIANA er Ready Sunday school class of the IT. n. Church held Thursday eve ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Drake, the following officers were elected for the coming year, president, Mrs. Rupert Hickman: vice president, Clifford Ross; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Kate Drake. Twelve members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis visited relatives In Georgetown, 111. Sun- i day. William Drake was a business caller in Danville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carpenter and daughter, Mrs. Ralph Faucett were Sunday guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Nebeker : of Covington. Sergeant Robert Allen is spending a 30 day furlough with his mother, -Mrs. Adah Allen. He , entered the service about three and a half years agp, aqd has served in Italy the past year. He, wan wounded r in battle .while there. . , He will leave Sept, 26 for Miami, Fla., for reassignment, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jester, James Snoddy, wife and son, Jlmwie, Mrs. Leah Rae Coff and daughter, Marilyn and Miss Coral Prather were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Snoddy, Sunday. Rev. Isaac Cox and wife have received word that their daughter, Mrs. Beulah McKiniey of Alexandria, is Improving slowly from a serious illness. In a special business meeting of the members of the Rileysburg and Gessie II. B. Churches held In the Gessle Church on Sunday evening, an unanimous vote was made to retain Rev. Isaac Cox as their minister for the ensuing year and to raise his salary above the full salary be received last year. Each church wm receive half lime service, each to have one service each Sunday, the morning and evening services alternating. The worship service Sunday will be In the morning at Gessie and at Rileysburg In the evening. Mrs, Charles Jackson was bos- less to the U. B. Aid Society last week. Fifteen were In attendance, j The meeting was In charge of Miss ( Dorothy Caywood. After the business j meeting, the time was spent social- : ly. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Charles Jackson with Mrs. ' George Jackson assisting. Mrs, Ru-j pert Hickman enrolled as a new member In the society. The Anti-Kant Sunday school ' class enjoyed a welner roast at the home of James Hueston, Thursday evening. About 35 were present. This being their regular monthly meeting, a business session was held and presided over by Frank Jester, the president. After tms games were, played. School children have been busy 1 gathering milkweed pods, Mrs. Leola Falter of Detroit, Mich., Is making a two weeks visit here with her mother, Mrs. Iva Jer-nagan and brother. Private first class E. Le Roy Funt. Mian Uavlno Krnwn laiifhtor ftt Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown who' has been employed the past year In Richland. Wash., is reported to have ' been operated on a few days ago j for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown have a little more hopes that tuvir sun. Staff Sergeant .Edwin lirwn, reported , juissing la actios severs 1 weeks ago. may etili be aHve. They received the. news 4Jai JoJin Hawfc? ins of Archer City, Tex a bombardier on the game plane as young Brown, is being held a German prisoner. Seven men were seen to have bailed out of the plane on the day of their disappearance. Mrs. Dorothy Donald reports her husband, Richard L. Donald. Seaman first class has been transferred from Manhattan Beach to a dunner Mate School in Orotou, Conn. About 30 mothers of grade school pupils met on Wednesday afternoon and organized a "Mothers Club." Mrs. Henry Jenner was elcttd president, Mrs. Will Myers, vice president; and Mrs. James Cox, secreta ry. The club will meet every third j Wednesday afternoon from 1:40 to 2:35. The October meeting will be a roundtable discussion. A committee was appointed to arrange the program for the November met. Ail mothers are urged to attend these gat herings. Mrs. Elsie Gouty has moved to town. She will occupy the Thomas) place on route 3. j Mrs. Howard Holden entertained Mrs. Donald Newkirk.of Covington Friday. Mrs. Virginia Hunt has received ! word her son, Robert Gumey. Fire-j man second class, is still in Bermuda. He enlisted In the Navy last March leaving for duty the day following his 17th birth anniversary. He has been stationed in Bermuda the past four months. The Chenoweth sale, Thursday was well attended. The furniture attracted many antique hunters. Mrs. Marian George was shopping in Terre Haute Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holden and son. Harold Wayne, were in Coving ton Saturday evening. The second annual flower and vegetable, show 'of the Payuna grade school was a great success and much Interest was shown In all exhibits. A pet and doll show and parade was also held in connection with the show. Prizes were awarded to the following: Flowers, asters, 1st. Joe Ueardsley; 2nd, Hetty Jackson; snapdragons. 1st, Darlene Woodrum; Oladiolas. 1st Billy Patrick; Mixed bouquet, 1st, Phyllis Albright; 2nd. Billy Patrick, 3rd, Margaret Jackson; -fllant Marigolds. 1st, Quinlen Cole; 2nd. Herle Cole. .Ird, Joe Auble; Button Zinnias, 1st. Joe Auble; Giant Zinnias. 1st, Joe Beardsley; 2nd, Billy Patrick, 3rd. Elsie Hathaway; Dwarf Marigolds, 1st, Joe BeardHley, 2nd, John Porter; 3rd, Joii Auble; Vegetables, pumpkin, 1st, Billy Patrick; 2nd, Carl Davidson and 3rd, Iteric Cole; Irish potatoes. 1st. Malcolm DeVar- ter; 2nd. Berle Cole; 3rd, Quintet) Cole; Cabbage, 1st, Billy Patrick: Sweet Potatoes, 1st, Malcolm DeVer-ter; 2nd, Agnes Albright, 3rd. J'hyl- COLUMBIA THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c STANDING ROOM ONLY With Fred McMurray Paulette Goddard Edward Arnold "Bill Jaek Vs. Hitler" "Why Daddy" Miniature Cartoon LOANS... S50 S100 S200 S250 and S300 Yes, you can obtain a loan based on your earning ability and you pay interest ONLY for the time you have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are steadily employed In a factory. oJ'fice. store or elsewhere. Come In and talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to f!50; amounts fluU to f:'.00, 1 i per month on unpaid balance. A 150.00 loan repaid In five monthly installments of 110.92 each, costs $4.50 but if repaid In 10 days, costs only S'lc. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or DentiBt. taxes or Insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. S Pay 10 Pay 12 Pay nentM. f S.HO 11.72 at.iii 13i.K7 JU-JU mentM. r.2 floor, 1 .-( 4.7 no at o -KK) T.IS 14.25 IM.-..17 ll. PUBLIC LOAN CO. 2194 Mala St. Pbone 252 j I ; , j i i lis Albright; Cucumbers, 1st, Billy Patrick; 2nd, Jerrlyn Davis; Onions, white, 1st, Berle Cole, 2nd, Quinten Cole; Tomatoes, 1st, Quinten Cole, 2nd, Agnes Albright; 3rd, Berle Cole; Yellow Onions, 1st Bert Cole; 2nd Quinten Cole; Mangoes, 1st, Carl Davlsson. In the doll and pet division the following were awarded prizes: Dolls, 1st. Doris Berker; 2nd. Virginia Brown. Meridith Hart-man and Norman Mcf'lellan; 3rd, Julia Simpson. Tony Crick, Judith Ashley and (;lenda Kilgore. Pets, 1st. Tommy Miller. 2nd. John Nay-lor. Charlotte Schwab and Jerry Davis; 3rd, Joe Auble, Larry Hoyt, Mary Jane Griffis and Lennre Spen cer. The Judges were members of the high school faculty. Mrs. Iva -Adams firrlved here last week to dispose of her part of her household furniture and to move, the rest to Indianapolis where she ' will make her future home. Mr. and i Mrs. V. K. Dye- moved today In the Adams property which they recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heid-brider will move to the Dye -property. Mr. and Mrs: Roy Newnum of Kingman moved to the - Lyensapp property on Curtis Street. Quaker Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Walthall Iiad as fHifKlj) Sunday, Mr. and Mm. Coarse Cattle and daughter, Shfrley of Kid i;e farm, III., Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Soay and turn, Marvin Kay of nrar Nfwton. Mrs. Howard Smart, A. J. Walthall and on, George. I Ella abd Sylvia Thompson and El-mina Canaday wpiU with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hadlcy of Kotkvllle to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Southard near liidsWarm, 111. and vifiitd Saturday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bennett have received word that their sons. Hoy and Kay are now fn France, Ifobert Nichols and wife were Sunday quests of their son. Cliff Jand family at Ridt'efarm, III. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Iladlcy of IloeliVille spent I Saturday niplit and Sunday with the latter's brother John HowlbtLj aid family. Mr. and Mrs John Woodard of Hioomii)i:dale were callers at F. D. Cooke'is Fridny. Mrs. Hoy Itennett and Ron returned to their home in ChriKman, 111. Monday after a visit here with Francis lienneti and family. Iona Thorn jiuon of Indianapolis visited at JOlia Thompson's Sunday ninht. Carolyn Cooke has returned to her home near Iana after spending several days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Cooke. , John Howlett and family called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Will Howlett at C.eortfHtown, III. Harold Cooke of Dana railed Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cooke. Mr. and Mrs. Frauds Bennett were callers In Chrjsman, III. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Cooke and daughter, Alice called at the latter's brothers. Warren and family of near Daua. Francis Bennett and wife called Sunday afternoon on Cliff Nichols and family at Ridcefarm, III. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hadley of Hockvllle called at F. V. Cooke's Sunday evening. Mrs. Mascie Mork, North Seventh 'ptrect. was adntitt'd to the Vermil-j Hon County llospiuil Wednesday as a nwdical case. Mrs. Mary Smith of Montezuma 'Mitred the Vermillion County Hos-, piial yesterday as a medical case, Mrs. Eelyn Cooke, Dana was ad mitted to the county hospital Wed- nebday as a medical case. fMOSRITAl j PALACE c TONIGHT, The Year's Finest Comedy Ghost Show This Is America No. 5 Flicker Flashback Latest World News STARTING SATURDAY MIDNITE Romance Of The Seven Seas They love to fight and fight to love! They're virile and vital to Victory . . . big, brave, brawny lads whose might and muscle make them America's supermen! ACTION! 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