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Friday, September 22, 1941 THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six MON. AND TUE. WABASH SUN., RESETS?! Chicago School Head's Home Bombed; Blame Transfer Controversy (Continued from page 1) Taking Down Shades At least once 'ifyear take down shades, stretch them out on a flat surface and after dusting them thoroughly go over them with a wet cloth rubbed lightly with white soap. Clean a portion of the shade at a time, rinsing off the soap with a cloth squeezed out of clear water. Dry thoroughly. Politicians Stump State in Opening Major Campaigns (Continued nvm page I) 1 r BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Hi jisoitt'tJi 3i-I'iHX'l I Note! Grade A U H Camelback! K fj Factory-Controlled ll II RECAPPING U j With Grade A' Camelback I Ij I 6.00-16 7.00 f 51 Only the nnest materials II H and the best workmanship w 5 go into Firestone recaps. 1 . Pretty Ann Ulytli (left), now l lllvi'isiil slur, whlH out III her feminine battle with Peggy llyan fur (he nfrectlons of Donnlil O'Connor in the comedy musical, "Chip (Ifr the Old lllock." The youthful threesome share starring honors. Henry F. Schricker, Democratic senatorial nominee, said that the opportunity is at hand to plan ngalnst the problems of the coming peace. He added that the cost of government must he lowered os soon ns possible, with all agencies rendered useless by the war's end lo he scrapped immediately. Lauer Claims Victory John II. Lnuer, Itepuhllcan state chnlrmnn, issued a victory statement, saying: "Indiana, it Is pretty well conceded, Is now intent on a Itepuhllcan sweep for state, national and congressional tickets. Our Job now Is to press homo our great admitted advantage and to get out our vote on election day. That Is what we are driving for with every ounce of energy wo can put. Into the effort. And we shall succeed, for voters are determined. "Whatever organizations troubles we had are behind us. Everybody Is back in the fold. Republicans in the state have followed the time honored custom of geetlng together before the critical days arrive and wo are all pulling together. Governors Dewey and' Brlcker have proved a great rallying point. Every Republican evr, rywhere is for them ... --Xti f ,'Farms In Sweden . .. Ji One-fourth Of the 430,000 farms in' veden cover less than five acres. PALACE '' V '. . " ' The Year's Finest sj ' This Is America No. 5 -- Flicker Flashback . ,i.r latest World News .. FOR PLUMBING, HEATING, ELEC-tric wiring and sheet metal, stove pipe and elbows. C. & J Kama-rata, :!36 N. 9th St. Phones 20 and 153W. 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 MA L S REMOVED, Inrra nr amall. nrnmnt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford G3109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 142b. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwigglns and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. t5xf Al'TO GLASS. ALL TYPES OF Glass for all makes installed. Mufflers anil tail-pipes for all cars. Ernie's. I'liono 8, South Main, ('Union t80 IF YOU HAVE PROPERTIES TO sell, I will be glad to have you listed with me. I believe I can .sell H. O. F., Houston. 'Vv.Hy.t74f ETHYL. WE GOT..IT;,0SUKE also B ply tires The' Gas Mar-- ket, 115 North Maiiv Street, Clinton. t60f MODERNIZE YOUR DIAMOND , with a beautiful new platinum mounting from Faraco's Jewelry Shop. i t70 BRONZE SCREEN WIRE 16 Mesh 20 In., 26 In., 30 In., 34 in. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-1 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. FIFTH VEIN COAL, GENERAL hauling. Phone 692J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x WANTED TO BUY BICYCLE FOR . BOY. 242 N. Third Street. t76x FOR RENT NICE COUNTRY HOME, INQUIRE at Edward Brown, two miles north of Lyford. t74x MODERN , FURNISHED APART-ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street., ... ,, t43f PUBLIC NOTICE ItlltTH CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Hazel Mary Thompson has filed a petition n the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have Ihe lime anil place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 29th day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. In Memoriam In loving memory of our dear Dad, August Taparo, Sr., who passed away three years ago, September 23, 1941. We often sit and think of him When we are ail alone For the memory Is the only friend That grief can call its own; Like ivy on the withered oak, When all other things decay. Our love for him will still keep green, . And never fade away,: , , , Sadly missed by . , . . , Tnparo Family. Marines Drive Japs ," " From Last Strongholds On Pelelia, Angaur (Continued rrom page 1) and captured additional enemy e-Quipincnl including 31 machine guns and six trench mortars. Ten more destroyed enemy planes have heeu discovered on I'elellu's captured airfield, raising the number of enemy aircraft found there, to 172. Army Mop l'i Armour The army's Eighty-First Division continued mopping up operations un Anguar, where all organized resistance has ceased. Meanwhile, American alrcrafl struck nut at other Islands lu Ihe Palau group, bombing the airfield and defense Installations ou Bahel-thaup and the seaplane base at Ar-akahesan, Kept. 20. Other American planes pounded Pagan and Rota Islands, In the Marianas, Iwo J I ma In the Volcanos. Truk in the Carolines, and Paramu-shiru 1n the northern Kurlles, continuing their widespread neutralization raids. Firat day Insertion: to (or eaoh reeding line (one column line, like one ot these). Next two dar Insertion: the Mm lo charge (you get throe days at double the coat ot the first day). Neat three days tnaartlon: the Same 80 charge (you get a whole keek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). K group of three days thereafter, 80 a line. Blackface (like this) 10c pet line. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts tre 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. FOR SALE must T1R SOLI) OUICKLY TO SET n Aflintn R Room semi-modern homo, 1548 South Fourth St. See T. Wens Itoyce, 4 mile nortneasr of Clinton, 1st house north on . -.gravel road off 41. t74 GREEN I110ANS, KENTUCKY WON- - ders, Irish and sweet potatoes and cabbage, C.;E. Wpofen, two miles nnrfh nf Hillsdale. t76. SIX, ROOM., MODERN HOME, ALL -newly decorated. Good location, Immediate possession; terms if de--sired. O. F: Houston. t74f DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE it.i 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 time to plant. Hersliey's Store and Greenhouse. t70f APPLES AND PEARS, NARDI'S Fruit Farm, Lyford. All leading varieties. t83x LARGE SIZE DUO-NUBIN HEAT-er, good aB new. Harry Newland, Universal, Phone 1008-2. t74x ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ALSO Studehaker, 1936 sedan. 037 So. 6th Street. t74x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parte Go. Ernie's, Phone 8. Clinton. 85t FOR OVERSEAS CHRISTMAS gifts see Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t79 WHITE MAJESTIC RANGE. 722 Mulberry. ' t74x FURNITIIRE AND STOVE, 41 fi North Water St. t74x '35 PLYMOUTH SEDAN. BERT A. Wright, R. R. 2. t74x KITCHEN CABINET, 1124 SOUTH Eighth St. t74x USED METAL BABY CARRIAGE. 7. 444 South 4th St. t75 REBUILT ROYAL TYPEWRITER. Jack Kosmach, Universal. t7!ix 1940 CHEVROLET TRUCK, LONG wheel base. 1130 Pike St. t75x LOST BLACK BILLFOLD, GOLD LET-ters Souvenir of Macon, Ga., contains Important papers. Edith Dav-;,,.is, co James Barry, R. It. 1, Box --86. - t75x J WANTED STOVE AND FURNITURE, 416 - North Water St. t74x PAID NOTICES I .. .,. . NOTICES , Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & A ' M c.nllprt mpptinc Tuesday. Sept. 26th at 7:00 p. in. Work is in E. A. Degree. John Griffith, W. M. Charles Brown, Sec. t76 NOTICE! Will make trip to Phoenix, Ariz. Leaving Sept. 26. Room for 2 passengers. Inquire 1217 South Fifth Street. t74x JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t7H FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. Phone 785. t70f GIRL WANTED. VICTORY DINER. t74x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Cllntonian. . STARTING SATURDAY MIDNITE Romance Of. The Seven Seas Thy 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! mediately east and weBt also were shattered and the blast was felt within a two block radius. Damage caused by the blast was estimated at $1,500. Daughter Narrowly Escapes Johnson's daughter, Patricia Joyce, 8, only occupant of the apartment nt the time, narrowly escaped Injury when flying glass showered over her bed. Johnson and his wife wero upstairs visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Bruno Tassono and their daughter, Ange-llne Tassono, who soon Is to be married. Patricia Ann's screams after the explosion brought Johnson running to his child's bedside, where he found the room filled with black smoke. The child was uninjured but the Bchool superintendent suffered a cut on his right arm, apparently caused hy a piece of glass when ho lifted his daughter from her bed. j Job of Experts Lieutenants ' Andrew Aitken and Marshall Pldgeon of the police bomb squad Bald the bombing appeared to have been the job of experts. They snld the bomb was fashioned of dynnmito, affixed with a time fuse and packed lu a pasteboard box lined with steel wool, The officers said the bomb was .placed carefully neatf.ffiairear porch of the Johnson home-in a manner which Indicated an intentioir-te -ter rify rather than to kill. . ,, . tt 'Tit U. S. 3rd A rmy Po u rs Strong Armored 1 Attack On Siegfried Defenses (Continued from page I),: ed warfare were bagged by Thunderbolt nlrcntrt. The remaining majority were smashed by Patton's tank gunners who outshot the gunners in the German Panzers. American tank losses, at present are not Indicated but they are believed to he far below those of the Germans. Stab F.nciny Territory American nrmor and Infantry, burked by artillery, made persistent stabs Into enemy territory in the Dleusn region but ran repeatedly into Cough enemy opposition. The stand made hy the Germans was Ihe firmest since the Normandy campaign. German troops counter-attacked Intermlllently on separate sectors. Kneiny armor spearheads were back ed by plenly of artillery. was recently moved from his base at Guadalcanal to a new base in New Guinea. It is believed by the parenls lhat the young corporal is stationed in Dutch territories where the Allies have Invaded. In a letter received Ibis week by Mr. and Mrs. Gullllnms, from their son, he has enclosed several pieces of Jap paper money for souvineers. Cpl. Guilllams entered service Feb. 9, 1942 and has been stationed across seas for the past two years. U.S.A. Seaman first class Edward Neel, Junior, son of attorney and Mrs. E. E. Need of Newport, is spending a leave wllh his parents here. Young Neel Is stationed at the naval training station at Great Lakes, 111. Old Schools It Is stated that a survey completed in 1937 by the government indicated that from 30 to 40 per cent of city school buildings were then more than 30 years old and therefore inadequate for modern curriculum and community service. Cocoa , Used as Medicine . . , . : (',When the Spanish exploiter Cortei I returned, from Middle .America in ! lazu, he orotigttt wnn mm a snip-ment of cocoa beans which were used by the ailing rich as a remedial. goodyear TO MOST MOTORISTS Now as always, first choice of most motorists is Goodyear . . . a big, good-looking tire built for extra safety and long, low-cost mileage. Bring in your Grade I certificate today; $1C05 drive out on a tire Q you can trust. (plus tax) t.00-16 (with your old tin) NINTH & BOGART MOBILGAS STATION JOE (ilAt'OLETTO NEWS OF MEN IN THE SERVICE (Continued nom page 1) enth Street, has been home on leave after connileting; navaL trailing In iMempnis, "riena; suptr,,- bi-iated from "'Clinton High School In 1 1944 and. i entered ; the, ,Uf 8V Navy shortly afterward.' ! IH 1 ' rP t It !' r. e Mr. and Mrs. George Wake have received word that their son, Kd-warB-'iM.'WakB,( has;; arrived. In France. U.S.A. Lewis :Guv Clovd son of Mrs. Ada Cloyd of South , Fourth Street, 1b home on leave after being on duty on nn officer in the US Martimo ser vice in the Pacific area. Cloyd will COLUMBIA FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c STAGECOACH With Claire Trevor John Wayne Andy Devine "Butcher of Seville" Terrytoon "Lulu Gets the Birdie" Little Lulu Comedy SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c THE GANG'S ALL HERE With Alice Faye Phil Baker Carmen Miranda "HELICOPTER" Terrytoon RKO News No. 5 Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c TWO MAW SUBMARINE With -Tom Neal Ann Savage PLUS THE CROOKED CIRCLE With Zazu Pitts Ben Lyon THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c MEET THE PEOPLE With Lucille Ball Dick Powell "Batty Baseball" Cartoon "Practical Joker" Pete Smith Comedy report soon to New York City for advunccd schooling. U.S.A. NEWS OF NEWPORT MEN IN SERVICE Staff Sergeant Robert . K. Placo, son of Mrs, Grace Place of Newport, was recently promoted to his present rank from that of Sergeant according to word received by his wotlwr, Young Place who Ih a tall gunnor on a 11-29 in England has completed 'ii missions over Germany and German occuplod countries. . , , ,,, U.S.A . . . Hubert Hollingswoith, husband of Marie Hollingsworth of Dana and son of Mrs. Gladys Hollingsworth of Newport, was recently promoted from the rank of private to Corporal. Cpl Hollingsworth who Is Burvlng In the U. S. Marine Corp. is stal Icined on the Island of Guam In the soulh Pacific. U.S.A. Private first class William Joseph Kdwards. bus returned to camp at Moody Field, Ga., aHer spending u 17 day furlough with his wife Mrs. Georgia Kdwnrils and (laughter, Shirley Leo of Newport. U.S.A. Private First 'Class Donald W.. Lewis, son of Mr,. and Mrs. Truman Lewis of Newport, was recently transferred from a base In Kngliind to somewhere III Franco, I'fo. Lewis is In the Air Corp. t U.S.A.- Corporal Hubert J. illoss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hose of west of Newport, returned to FX. Monnioulb, N. J., Saturday evening after spend ing Friday and Saturday wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs.iAlton Hose. .. IIJU.I- , . Robert Walthall, Sen man first class, son of Mrs.- Opul Wallhall of Newport, is now. aboard the 8. H. John Grier Hibben somewhere in the Atlantic according to word received by his mother. Before leaving New York, Seaman Walthall wrote his mother that he had mot two old friends from Newport, Norman Burroughs In New Jersey and Wilbur Harrison- in Newport. Both Burroughs and Harrison are in the Navy. U.S.A. Private First Class and Mrs. Max Newlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. F.lvir Newlin of Newport returned homo Friday morning to spend six days, with their parents. Pfc. Newlin who recently returned from the Aleutlun Islands is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. U.S.A. Clarney G. Fortnen, seaman first class, who has been stationed overseas for the past 22 months, received a 3(1 day furlough recently. His wife, Mrs. Ruth Fortner and small son accompanied him to Richmond. Calif., where they nre visiting his mother, His wife and son expect: to remain there indefinitely as Seaman Fortner will, be stationed somewhere 'in the Pacific. ; - . - U.S.A, . Marine Private James Russell Allen, Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Karl M., Allen of Perrysville has been graduated from the infantry and Browning automatic rifle school at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Calif. Trained for amphibious landings. Private Allen also received intensive instruction in jungle warfare tactics. Pvt. Allen graduated from Perrysville High School with the class of 1940 where he was a member of the baseball, basketball and track teams. He wbb employed for H. C. Horneman, breeding, buying and selling Belgian Horses, before enlisting in the Marine Corps, Feb. 23, 1944 at Indianapolis, lad. U.S.A. Corporal Everett Gullllnms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guilllams, With The OompHineata Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for MAGGIE CLEMFTT South Davis St. Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch This Spare Every Day TOUR NAME MAT BE NEXT POLAND'S ' f irestone-lexaco service i 120 N. Main Clinton, Inc 35c TONIGHT 1 ' Comedy Ghost Show 9c 40c SUN., MON. & TUE. Hugh Herbert Comedy ' .'.WHO'S HUGH LATEST NEWS' Lunnitu unumuknu THEPCTURES Itny More llonds Cum fcu ()7kKidV& li HELEN VINbUN AHInUK IKtAUHtK iKUPPERMMM HELEN BRODERICK PATRiC KNOWLES HOW AND WHY- "Why" You Need Money Is Your Problem. But "How" to Get it Is Our Responsibility and Our Obligation to You See Us. the Friendly Firm SECURITY LOAN CO. 225 Itlackumn St. Phone CLINTON. 1XI. j. Tonight j Double & Sat. I Feature 'LONE RIDER & THE BANDIT "MACHINE GUN MAMA"