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September 28, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Pago Thrco THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Thursday, September 28, 1911. Not Disturb M'Arthur Force Hammers Jap Bases on Java (Continued from page 1) Twenty-Point Value Is Set on Butter; Allow Shoe Stamp (Continued Irom page ID tion decline, WKA loiiilc) out that butter was xpoei'd to inc-rcast' hi December and Jununry inward Wiv spring and early sumnnr peak. water systems, power pumps, farm milk coolers, sheet metal water well casings and farm scales. The suspension of rationing and other controls, Jones said, is in line with the WKA's policy of re-examining wartime regulations and removing them as booh as they are not needed. Jones said that controls over corn pickers will be removed as soon as possible, but that rationing and supervision of slate and country distributions of the machines must be retained now to assure equitable distribution of the new pickers needed to harvest the big 1!M4 corn crop. Scrape Ihinly Pare (or better, scrape) potatoes and other root vegetables as thinly as possible. Best of all, cook them in their jackets. Valuable nutrients are near the skin. Cut carrots and other long vegetables lengthwise. Their cells are long and less ot the nutrient qualities will escape in the cooking water. POISON IVY HOW TO hi 1.1. IT Kill lb Irr skin. II peels .off and" uilh it goes the Ivy infection. ;( s little Te-ol solution at any drill! store. Cleans- it li soup and water. Apply full Hlii-nulli. It's I'OWKK-III.. Often one Mllil" enough. Today at (iillis Hiiii-macy, Inc. : Farm Machinery Freed From WFA Ration, Control WASHINGTON, D. C. War Food Administrator Marvin Jones today ended all rationing and distribution control of farm machinery and equipment except controls over corn pickers. The machinery released from rationing and other distribution controls includes combines, corn binders, manjjre spreaders, mowers, side delivery rakes, hayloaders, pickup hay bailers, wheel tractors, grain drills, potato planters, potato diggers, silo fillers, irrigation pumps, power sprayers, garden tractors, well a new ration before winter. OPA said no increase in shoe supplies can be expected until substantially larger quantities of leather can be made available for civilian use. WASHINGTON. D. C. The Office of War Information reported today tlial the current tight supply of cotton goods now greater than it any period during the war Is -piited to continue for a period varying from one to two years after the collapse of Cermany. In a lengthy report on Information obtained from the War Production Hoard and the Foreign Economic Administration, the OWI said it Is generally agreed that "the time Tor clothes rationing Is past," but declared that military needs will cut into civilian production of fabrics for house furnishings and may also affect production of work clothes and automobile tires. of Copenhagen Copenhagen is the capital Denmark. I I WASHINGTON, D. C. The Office of Price Adtniiistration announced today that another shoe ration Btamp will become valid Nov. 1. and said both of the coupons now in use airplane stamps one and two In book three will overlap the new stamp and continue to be good indefinitely. HtaJtip to be Announced Decision iis to which new stamp will be used for shoes has not yet been reached, but rationing officials said it will be designated shortly before Nov. 1. Early assurance that another stamp will be validated. OPA said, is being given so the shoe trade can prepare its stocks and let consumers know they can count on nited States marines and units of the army fclghty-first Infantry Division were In complete control of Pe-leliu Island in the Palaus today except for two isolated points of enemy resistance. Kneniy in IM-Ii't With 7.517 Japanese dead actually counted on Peleliu, remaining enemy forces bold only a small area on the northeastern tip of the island and are still holding put in positions on Umurbrogol mountain. A Pacific fleet headquarters communique disclosed the latest tally of enemy dead on Peleiu and also announced that 1.020 enemy dead have been counted on Angaur Island, six miles to the south. Yankg Pre Advance Headquarters revealed that the famous First Division Marines rapidly pushed their sphere of control forward in the northern sector of the island during Sept. 26 while the army troops made equally fast progress in the center and on the western arm of Peleliu. 2 LOAVES For 19C if Buy Clock Bread for boked-in richness, oven-freshness. Made of finest wheat, vitamin packed. A bigger value yet it saves you money! Fairview Veteran of War in Pacific in Army Hospital Following the battle of Saipan and action in several other Pacific campaigns, I'fc. Herbert E. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson, Fail-view, was sent to a hospital in San Francisco. Calif., according to a letter received by the parentB from him. In his letter be stated that he would soon be sent to a hospital in Indianapolis from where he would receive his first furlough in three yeai-B of Army life. Most of Pic. Peterson's three IT'S NOT OFTEN that one finds lady aboard naval vessel. But here's one who lives on a U. S. ship. Her name's Fanny and she's shown keeping watch beneath her master's bunk. (International) '5Ec-s. T 1 MONUMENTS 0 A Complete liine For Service llrop V's A Card L W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana Interesting Social Newt Everyday yeans has been spent overseas. jwy i . VrvJ wri,n.,Mti...iH rm i -f ' Fifth Army Hits Nazi Posts North Of Gothic Line (Continued from page 1) PEAHUT BUTTER SfSScJ 2" Jar40 VITAMIN ENKICHED Only 2 Points EATMORE OLEO Lb. 1 7 3 an. 64e KROGO, 100 Pure 13c CLOCK DONLTS Doz. Sugared Plain Doz. 12c Vegetable Shortening! 3io'4 oz. nc Cans 5C TOMATO SOUP Campbell's SODA CRACKERS RAISIN BREAD, Kroger's Lge. 4 4 Chocked FuU of Raisins Loaf I t GOLD MEDAL ftC Ll- CI 9 Kitchen Tested Flour LS BagU I .U 23c Wesco's - Slightly Salted L Box 25, S1.21 PILLSBURY'S Best Flour ; CLABBER GIRL Baking Pow der lie 13c 10c 21c TOMATOES No. 2 Can Hand Solid Packed 20 Points SPINACH, Country Club No. 2 Free from grit or sand Can SWEET PEAS, Big "K" No. 2 Pearly June Variety, No Pts. Can APRICOTS, San-Co, No. 2Vi Whole Unpeeled, 60 Points Can 000. is both an ancient Roman highway and a modern railroad, which conuectB Rimini on the Adriatic coast with Milan, near the head of the Po valley. Fatit Moving Bat tlx A faBt-moving. bitter struggle was reported over the entire central sector. American and British Filth Army troops were continuing to exert unrelenting pressure on the enemy, advancing up to two miles and capturing important terrain against strong German resistance within the last 24 hours. The Fifth Army was bearing the brunt of the Gothic Line battling, having regained Mount SasBO di San Zanobi, which was lost on the night of Sept. 25, when the NaziB made an all-out counter-attack to halt Lieut. Gen. Mark W. Clark's breakthrough. Hold Key Hrijrllt ' As matters -stand. Clark's forces are firmly established on the Ap-uenine dorsal key mountain heights at Carnevale, Heni and Kreddi. The strategic road junction town of Cas-tel de Uio and the town of Hrusco-li were captured by the Yanks, while South African troops took Castil-glone. repelling Nasi counler- NA1T BEANS C Lb. Jfi- Choice Rlichigan Bag nrUV No Points Now! If you've thought that low prices were" a wartime casualty, it's high time you hurried to C. Columbus Co-op Stores and got the real LOW DOWN on food prices. In every display, you'll see convincing proof of the savings you enjoy when you shop here for all Your food needs. And you'll save time and effort, too, because our 3 Tall Cans 26c EVAP. IMK . CfI NTRV CLUB "Reconiracnd For Baby' grand variety of fine foods means quick and easy selection APRICOTS 28 STOKLEY'S Whole Unpeeled 30 31 APRICOT PRESERVES FA NCI SELECTED YELLOW ONIONS Ideal For Slicing or Cooking 10 Lb Ba9 39c thrusis. ti. rinrnmiiB. unable to chock Clark's power drive, now are execu Missouri LIMA BEANS Two 20 oz. cans 33c ting large-scale road ana nrm- u-n.r.litionB in the Gothic Line defense Green and White zone west of Vernio. IS trvM-oyn-H Wiell Khore LITTLE SPORT JUNE PEAS200Z. can1 1c 50 Lb. A naval communique animtiim-o ...... i- s deKtrovers Madison S1.49 GREEN CABBAGE, Lb. it Special for making Kraut! . Baji and EdiBon and the French destroy er Korbin shelled enemy troops. w - - i ,ii fotTinmnications Lbs. 10 POTATOES V. S. No. 1 Chips posmoiiB auu on Sept. 25 and 2fe at Ventimiglia on N E W APPLES Lbs. ft Grimes Golden, Jonathans Lty JUICY LEMONS Doz. OQa Large 252 Size - Calif. Sunkist UUv the Franco-Italian itivu-ia. .u.v.-ous hits were scored. WELCH'S CRAPE JUICE Quarts 45c Pints 25c COCO WHEATS i'b pkg. 23c 43c 23c 10c Large ..Head Large .Bunch CAULIFLOWER Fresh Snow White FRESH CARROTS Fancy Calif., Sweet SEEDLESS ORANGES F Lbs. F 5L' 55e Calif. Sunkist - All Sizes IP Little Sport lb. 2L1C cora Kevirsion of Income Tax Gmsidered By House Committee WASHINGTON. D. C. The House Campaign Expenditures Committee was reported today to be considering recommending to Congress revision of the Income Tax Laws to close a "dangerous" loophole. Hep. John L. Kparkman (DI Ala., ,j i... ..atifatiftns of the COHI- 25c Lb. Fresh Ground for Loaves or Patties Point Free GROUND BEEF UPTON'S Lb. H k G WHITING Lb. CHUCK ROAST Orange Pekoe and Pekoe saiO me iu". ..r m-hieh he is a member, had 15e 23c 32c Or Jack .Salmon Fish POLLOCK FILLETS Lb. Frozen Fish No Waste BONELESS PERCH Lb. Really Delicious - Get Stme Now HiBPlnwri a "growing practice'' of I WASHING POWDER QO. L LARGE PACKAGE Cm &F OXYD Grade "A" Quality 5 Points tmiSt VEAL ROAST, Shoulder Lb. ft Cm Fancy Grade "A" Pt. Free LvV NECK BONES, Small Lb. Q Lean, Meatv Point Free rC PURE LARD some people to contriuuie iu ...-v.... ed -educational'' organizations and then deduct It from income taxes. "This iB a growing practice, one that is growing to dangerous mun.. Lb. 15' K.-!lliml- 1 ellow l,iiw l'ri 4r ILL. . A 1 rrfh ''"-ivwayrji: Veil SWder ROAST lb. 28c Grade "A" Veal 4 rt Grade "A" Plate lb. BREAST lb. J oc BoilingBeef ISC Sir BEEF R0ASf. 2Sk iEATY SPARERIBT lb. 19c BABY BEEF ! Kingan's Tasti-Crearaed Vnart .lr CSS KiiiiHp.y I&miifl - lti Ij iiitntry 4'luli ..:,,.! I'ksr. II" he said. "It s Bometning new. n.. the money used for propagandizing t "J think it was the Intent of Con-j gress. when the income lax laws ; were framed, that educational eon-; tributions would he to institutions like colleges and universities, rather than to propaganda groups." Sparkman described as a good example of the "new educational technique" the constitution and free enterprise foundation. The foundation was formed when the Treasury Department failed to recognize the committee for constitutional government. The House Committee has been told that contributions to the foun- , dation have'been held deductible for income tax purposes. The organization distributes books on constitutional government to members of Congress, editors. business ami high schools. "All that is needed to close this lootihole in the income tax laws, affecting millions of dollars, is a closer definition of the law." said Spark-man. "We can suggest an amendment to the income tax laws to cover KROGER'S guaranteed VITAMIN CAPSULES with 114 ISiK H-riiiis-t'oimtn "lnl IIOI.I. I I) OA'IS 54 4H 2 lUtfA-n V I V Tint Million! l-ifl. Mnnin S-,-ii: ! iii:v o pc h:i:i. iwi l i-. i t.t; m tsu w Rn 1IMI 1.1 1. lias ? any purchase of -" 7JG- I Unit for unit NONE FINER LIVER lb. 3 0 Pure Lard 2 pi 42c KROGER'S Country 'Club 3 POXES $ ONir J-39 (90CdiHles) I 25 Lb- Bag FLOUR $1.18 FREE recipe with each tray KINGAN'S READY TO EAT PICNIC HAMS lb. 34c m3 nrm rT"TMl it. rmsn y. Super Markets mono Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CniKOPEACTOE X-Ray Z35Vt Blackman

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