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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Tuesday, October 3, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN tageSlx YANK FIRST AID MEN SEARCH BREST FOR INJURED lb steers $17.25. Two short loads $16.75. Early bulk good offerings $14.50-$lli. Common and medium unevenly $ll-$l4.25. Load mixed steers and heifers $15. Karly sales largely $1 1.50-14.50. Top good and choice vealers storng to 50c higher. Others about steady. Top vi-alers $16. Sheep 2,500. Lamb market slow ami weak. Hulk good and choice $13.25-$14. Medium trade iikikI ly $10.75-$! 2.75. Common usually fx.-25-$ 10.25, I Prepared by orilce of Iilslrlliu-tlon ). BUSINESS SERVICES mabkeb CHICAGO, 111. Hogs 17,000. including 8.000 direct; steady at ceiling levels; choice 150-240 lbs $14.75; weights over 240 lbs and choice sows $14; few choice 120-140 lbs $12.50-$14.50. Caltle 8.500; calves 1.200; I'd steers anil yearlings strong to 25c higher; top $18.35; next highest price $18.25; hulk $1 3.75-$l 7.50; oilier classes strong to 25c up; few heifers $17.25; riitlor cows $7 down; good range beef cows up to $13.75; bulls scarce at $8.2li-$ll; voalors $10 down. Sheep 8.500, Including 4.500 direct; steady-strong; good and choice around 85 II) Colorado Iambs $14.50; choice native $14.25-$14.40; medium $10-$12.50; shorn native ewes f3.C0-fS.25. H i '.I'M h---' J,'"f If f CHICAGO. III. Salable estimates Wednesday: Cattle 11,000, liogfl 11,000. sheep 3,000. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Livestock : Hogs 10,000. Market sloady. Top $14.80 on 120-240 lbs. Above 240 lbs $14.05. 100-119 lbs f 13.75-f 14. Oood und choice sows $14-$14.05. Cattle 1,300. Calves 900. Steers and heifers about steady. Cows firm. Load good and choice around 1050 finston 1 ... .... 77 ' CPL. C. A. CAPAZ201A, rear, Utica, N. Y., and Pfc. Fred Meyers, Flatonia, Tex., search through the debris that clutters the streets of Brest, France, for injured. Signal Corps Dhoto. (International! Behind the Scenes FACTUB V - rONTHOIJ JJD RECAPPING l&yyin HOLLYWOOD 7.C0 C.00-! Grade A Quality Camolback e No Ration Certificate Needed Throw Your Scrap Into the Fight I With The ComplluMiau Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The U'ABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for NEIL DUNN West Fourth St. Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch Tills Hpace Every Day TOUR NAME MAX 11E NEXT ! 9c FINAL THURS, 40c Color Cartoon "Hen Peeked Rooster" LATEST NEWS The I Valni-e Will Wort At (::!) I'. M. and H l. M. Soy 'Tim Magavn I - with I 4 J r.i fnJ I .1 MISS IT! ALACHJ TONITE f t POLAND'S SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE TEXACO tan X. MAIN UXTON, I.MI. PCKC THEPCTURES liuy More Howls Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Flnt day Insertion: So for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same le charge (70a get three day at double the coat ot the first day).. Next three days Insertion: the same 80 charge (you get a whole Keek tlve days) at three times the tost ot one Insertion). Each group ol three days thereafter, 8e a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per Una. 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. FOR SALE FIVE ROOM BRICK HOUSE, WITH bath. Four room house. Both lo cated on South Fifth Street, on bus line. Inquire 443 South Seventh Street. t82x FOUR BY FIVE CAMERA, B. G.; two enlargers, 4 by 5; 6 by 7 printer; paper cutter, 8 by 10; flood reflectors. John Somrak, Blanford. t81x TWO HEATING STOVES, ONE large size, Newling Hot-Blast and one Bmall heater. Lawrence San- :,ders, R. 1 Fairvlew. t83x KALAMAZOO FRANKLIN HEATER will heat 6 or 7 rooms. Northeast corner, Tenth and Pike Streets. t83x APPLES, DELICIOUS, GRIMES, Jonathan, Banana and other varieties. Drops reasonable. Yowell's one mile east of Lyford. t83x MONTGOMERY WARD CREAM separator, good condition, $25.00. Charles Rhyan, West Terre Haute, R. R. 2, Phone 1009-4. t81x SIX ROOM, MODERN HOME, ALL newly decorated. Good location, immediate possession, terms if desired. O. F. Houston. t74f DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrs. against moth dumage. Lee Hain. FOUR MILK COW'S, TWO MALE bogs, two heifers. Bill Dunkley, R 3, Clinton. t84x CHILD'S CKIB AND PAD IN GOOD coudltfon. St. Bernice. Phone 563. t82x 15 JEWEL GOLD ELGIN POCKET watch, $25. Good condition. Write Box E, 442, Clinton, Ind. t84x GOOD WAGON WITH BOX BED. Call 48-2 Rosedalc. C. R. Brad-field. tSl GOOD EATING AND CANNING pears. 250 North Ninth Street. t84x APPLES AND PEARS, NAHDI'S Fruit Farm, Lyford. All leading varieties. t83x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-r.11 Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f 0BIOK, any kind yoo want. Clinton Anto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, i a, Clinton. 8Btf USED FURNITURE, STOVES. TOM Turley, 628 So. Eighth St. t84x MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS. White's rharmacy. t79f FOR RENT MODERN 2 ROOM APARTMENT. G18 lllackman. Close in. Call after 4 p. m. tK2x SIX ROOM HOUSE IN FAIRVIE W , call at 205 N. Main Street, Clinton. t81x MODERN FURNISHED APAHT- ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t43f WANTED TO BUY TIMOTHY OR MIXED HAY, AL- falfa or clover also wheat und oats straw, loose or bailed. Write Frank McNeer, 1712 South Main Street, Paris, 111. tMx STOVE WOOD. 146 S. MAIN. tX2x LOST IN SOUTH END OF TOWN. ONE rachet handle for mecbanlr's Inch drive, socket set. Call 4 27 or bring to Ford Garage. Reward. 183 BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND Fairvlew, small dresser drawer, please notify Lester Crawford, R. 2, Clinton. tSlx BEGINNER'S PIANO HOOKS IN" manlla envelope. 406 Walnut St. Tel. 421J. t82.v ;.', OF THE YEAR'S BIG SURPRISES!" OCTOBER SPECIAL: $5.50 OIL Permanents $4.50; Shampoo and Hair style $1.00. Arches Hair-tints Facials. Adamson'g Beau-torium, 355 Ms South Main. Phone 602. t84 MOTH PROTECTION 2 YRS. ON clothing nnd 5 yrs. on rugs, furniture and blankets, with one spraying of Arab Odorless mothproof. Lee llaln. 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 MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terrs Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwlgglns and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. tSlf AITO (iLANS. ALL TYPES OF (lass for all makes Installed. Mufflers and tall-pipes for all cars Ernie's. I'hono 8, South Main, Clinton t89 OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT COZY Corner, 905 No. Seventh Street. Under new management. t83x MOIl;HM,K V O U K , DIAMOND with a beautiful new plantinimi mounting from Fararo's Jewelry Shop. MOO IF YOU HAVE PROPERTIES TO sell, I will be glad to have you list them with me. I believe I can sell them. O. F. Houston. t75f ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tlreo The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. tOOf SEWER TILE AND FITTINGS. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co., Tel 322. Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. JOIN OI K CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Furaeo's Jewelry Shop. 1100 FIFTH VEIN COAL. GENERAL hauling. Phone C92J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Stated convocation for Vermll-Vpj Chapter 125 R. A. M.. Thursday, October 5th, 7:30 p. m. William Vastblnder, HP Ray Shew, Secretary. t83 NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. A. M. called meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 7 p. m. Work In F. C. degree. John Griffiths, W. M. and Charles Brown, Sec. t81 NOTICE! Democratic Headquarters will be open every afternoon nnd evening this week for registration and transfers. t83 IH ItLIC NOTICE! Not responsible for any debts made other than myself. Cecil Keller. tS3x FEMALE HELP WANTED WAITRESS. 7 A. M. TO 3 P. M. Victory Cafe. t83 WAITRESS, VICTORY DINER. t75f MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, Hill Blackburn, Cllutonian, FOUND EDERAL AITO TAX STAMP. Owner may have same by Identifying It and paying for this ad at the Clintonlan Office. t82 Wanted to Buy, Sell or Trade GOOD USED FURNITURE AND stoves. What have you? Tom Rigsby, 142 South Main Street, t'JOx Crime Pays Because of' scientific farming with strong emphasis on all aspects of soil conservation nnd proper use of the land, a penal farm near Memphis, Term., maintained its 500 inmates at a net profit of $99,949.29 during the fiscal year ended August 31, 1943. Fish Dish Next time you are preparing fish, sere it with a sauce of well-browned fortified margarine and chopped or sliced almonds. Phone 02 IND. 53W A Porofiwurt Plriur DON'T 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES 9c 35c r-tj lead but, so far, no deal with Twentieth Century-Fox. With Husband Elmer Rice off to New York and with a week's location coming up on "Hold Autumn In Your Hand," Betty Field has only 10 days to vacate the house where she had planned to leave a nurse in charge of her two babies. She's now trying frantically to get train reservations to send the children to the family home in Connecticut. Sunday was a banner day for Gail Russell. Her father came through with a sliver fox fur as a birthday gift, and her brother.'Pfc. George Russell, returned home unexpectedly from 25 months in Alaska. HOLLYWOOD HI JINKS: The day "Duffy's Tavern" went Into production, Ed Gardner received a package from Sherman Billingsley containing three pairs of mauve suspenders and a note: The Stork club takes this means of lending you personal support." . . R-K-O, which has Carol Thurston working in "China Skies," also offered a Job to her father, but he won't quit his Lockheed job until the war is over. . . . Wallie Beery lost a priceless collection of fishing tackle and guns in that fire which destroyed his trailer. . . . One of Ann Miller's costumes in "Eadie Was a Lady" will be the dress she wore on graduating from Houston, Tex., high school. . . . Bonita Granville being dated by Lt. Bob Stack in Ban Francisco. . . . Ida Lupino and Fred De Cordova an item. . . Joan Blondell dancing at Ciro's with Mike Todd. . . . Ditto Ramsay Ames and George Jessel and Tommye Adams and Jimmy Durante. . . . Press Agent Bill Pierce has signed with Lester Cowan. ... Cute girl with Jimmy McHugh at the Biltmore Bowl was Joan Caul-field. . . . Gloria Dickson, minus 12 pounds and looking swell, at Charley Foy's. . . . The Paul Mantzcs flying to Kosweli, Ji. XL, to the bedside of their son, Roy. . . . Took a week of make-up tests to figure out a way to make Dor othy McGuire look plain enough for the early sequences oi Ine in chanted Cottage." .... Yvonne De Carlo, Walter Wanger's choice for "Salome, Where She Danced," bought a saddle horse with her first paycheck then was ordered not to ride it for the duration of the picture, linquency of the 15 year old girl, could not and did not beamirch the 16 year old girl, Therefore, this hotel party ... to the 16 year old girl was a perfectly innocent affair, Who, then, contributed to whose delinquency? "What was in the makeup and the moral fibre of these two girl companions which caused the 15 year old girl to do the things she claimed she did. und ugaiust which, the 16 year old girl was protected by her own teachings and training and innate characteristic!:?" m Jap Invasion Threaten East China Coast Port (Continued from pace II vanciliK towards Fooehow." Koochow once before was in Japanese hands, havint: been taken in April, 193U. It was retaken by the Chinese in September, 1939, howev-re, when the Japanese, as today's Domei dispatch claimed, "voluntarily withdrew." Asparagus Harvest 11 lases an avciae w three-fourths workers per acre to Harvest aspdiagua. Card of Thanks I wirih to extend bolat-ed thanliH to the many friends who gave or Bent lovely wedding gifts to me. Mrs. James Cline KandiiHky, Ohio. Judge Frees Cooper, 3 Others in Morals Case; Warns Parents (Continued From Pajre 1 1 persons, or those daughters fail or refuse to heed the teachings." Co-defpndaiLts with Cooper were George iinnder, 24, of Sheffield, 111., Pauline Frederick, 19, of South Hend, and Olio Lowery, a waiter at the hotel. Cooper and Render are naval V-12 trainees at Notre Dame University. All in Co ml All of the defendants were in court when Juvenile Kefpree Albert R. Doyle began reading the lengthy opinion. Their eyes were downcast. Hut In the first few words they sensed what the verdict was to be. Cooper raised his eyes and smil ed, listening intently as the Judge read. "From all the facts," Judge Doyle said, "we cannot be certain beyond that reasonable doubt that alleged immoral acts occurred. "Ileawonuhle Doubt" "We feel that the greatest justice will he done by invoking the doctrine of reasonable doubt." The Judge pointed to conflicts in evidence presented by defense md COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c BROADWAY LIMITED With Victor McLaren Marjorie Woodworth GIRLS ON PROBATION p. With Itonald Keagan Jane Bryan THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c JANE EYRE With Orson Welles Joan Fontaine Margaret O'Brien "Tom Turn and Daffy" Merrie Melody By HARRISON CARROLL King Feature! Hyndicate Writer HOLLYWOOD When John Garfield's brother, Max, comes marching home from war, he'll find a $5,000 trust fund. John Is turning over his pay checks from "Nobody Lives Forever" to as sure his brother this solid start back into civil ian life. It is another baby girl for Mai. and Mrs. Ted L a w s o n. Youngster was born Sept. 24 at the Wllshire hospital. Major Harmon .Carroll Lawson wrote "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" and was adviser to Sam Zimbalirt and Mervyn LeRoy m the filming of the picture. George Raft broke up completely when the "Nob Hill" gang gave him a surprise birthday party on the set. "Believe it or not," he said. "It's the first birthday cake I ever had." Jeas Barker has moved back to his bachelor apartment and the rift with Susan Hayward is as wide as ever. - . Command Performance the other night had an out-of-thls-world Jam session Count Basie, Artie Shaw, Tommy Dorsey, Lionel Hampton. Buddy Rich and Ziggy Etman, with Jack Benny as master of ceremonies. . . Hear Harry James is dickering to buy the Arrowhead Inn at Rye Beach in New York. . . . The Sonny Tufts lost both their dogs moving to the Billy Wilder House in Hidden Valley. . . . What's this about R-K-O postponing "The Bells of St. Mary," which Leo McCarey was to have made with Bing Crosby? Kctti Frings was writing the scenario. . . . Maxie Rosenbloom collided with a wall, playing handball at the Beverly Hills Athletic club. Was out cold for 15 minutes. When he came to, he looked around glassy-eyed and suddenly yelled "Foul!" The day after Dinah Shore left ixmdon for France, a robot bomb obliterated her hotel room. Understand Warners are moving heaven and earth to pet Betty Grable for the "Marilyn Miller" prosecution witnesses, and stated: "However, it is generally agreed by all of the witnesses that this was not a drinking party or an orgy of immorality in the accented interpre tation. "There Is no evMence of any eon- duet or conversation of a lewd, li centious, vicious, indecent or Immoral character." Concerning the testimony of the 15 and 16 year old girls involved the former charged that she was se duced by Render 'the Judge said "To hold that the defendants are guilty, this court must conclude beyond a reasonable doubt that the testimony of the 15 and 16 year old girls is the truth and should be accepted, and that, by inference, all of the defense testimony is false. "MiM Import juil" "And here we come to the moBt important matter in our consideration of the circumstances. A 15 and a 16 year old girl attend the same party at the game time in each other's company. One. the 15 year old girl . . . becomes delinquent in that she became intoxicated, at least to some degree, and that, if her testimony is to be believed, engaged in an immoral act. The decision pointed out that the 16 year old girl did not become de-linquent, and tite Judge said: "These same persons and cfrcum-s Lances, out of which arose the de 2nd Feature lfwLrielinn, Kiak iSOSl ICj Coming Thursday and Friday EVERYBODY'S HOWLING! FOR AN "ALL-PURPOSE" LOAN SEE US. Buy Clothing, Fuel, Household Needs, Improvements. Loans to $300. SECURITY LOAN CO. It's The Nutmost In Fun! 2Sft Illaekiuan St. CLINTON,

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