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Thursday, November 9,1941. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Page Six Real Estate Transfers H accompanied by a shortage of manpower and also extra labor required In processing to comply with Feder- . al specifications on many pork products, the Institute concluded. BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Causes of Drop in Hog Prices Are Outlined "A sharp Increase In hog supplies, acute manpower problems and an inevitable adjustment in the price of live hogs in view of heavy operating losses during the pa.it three mouths, are factors largely responsible for the recent drop In hog prices," the American Meat Inistiute said Monday. "Evidence of the increnso in hog supplies is Indicated by the fact thai receipts at 12 markets on Monday. Oct. 30, wcro up 63 per cent from receipts at comparable markets on Monday, two weeks previous." This sharp Increase In available supplies In such a short period of lime was seeking "damages from the Hayes Freight Lines, Inc. for the sum of $500. Mr. Cottrcll alleges that he ordered 700 yards of cotton material which was shipped over the defendant's lines from Chicago, Illinois, and that when the package was delivered It had been opened and part of the material had been removed. Raymond V. Little of Hillsdale, has been appointed administrator of the estate of Henry Mitchell, deceased. $1000 bond has been approved. Circuit Clerk Carl R. Biggs has Issude the following marriage licenses: William Scott, 63 of Cayuga and Bertha Newlin, 60 of Newport; D. Wayne Lynn, 23 of Chicago and Mll-licent Cobb, 20 of Hillsdale; Robert Carroll, 22 and Bertha Wilding, 17 both of South Rend. Dailey Chapel Notes Birthdays . Mrs. Mary Brown Feted On 87th Anniversary; Johnny Tolin Honored A dinner was held Sunday for Mrs. Mary Brown nt her home celebrating her 87th birthday. She received many gifts and those attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boy-ef Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Edna Hene-man and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Rista Simmons and family of Veed-ersdburg, Mrs. Nora Stapleton and children of Terre Haute, Mr.; and Mrs. Clifford Borwn and daughters of Fairview. Robert and Herbert Brown of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swafford of Nortli Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelsheimer and daughter Wanda, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown and children. Bill Brown, Hubert Brown. Jackie Simmons. Donnie Clark and Jack Brown. Mrs. Ethel Newton of near Terre Haute spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Prall and family. Patty Cook of near Mecca and Doris McMullen of Rosedale spent the week end with Joann Braner. Mrs. Roy Tolin entertained Run-day afternoon for the eighth birthday of her son Johnny. The color scheme was red. white and blue, with the cake being decorated as the flag. Johnny received several nice gifts and favors of story books were given the guests. Those attending were Ronny and Sharon Stut-ler, Marta and Gala Gerrish of Rockville. Carolyn Chaplin, Jerry, Jimmy and Linda Miller, Martha Rose and Arthur Jones, Betty and Larry Brown. Mothers present were Mrs. Harold Gerrish. Mrs. Ray Brown, Mrs. Maurice Miller. Mrs. Aionza Jones and Mrs. Stanly yly7a7f Big Double Feature 'JQh 2 BIG PICTURES PCTURES First Clinton Showing Itiiy Miiro ItowN Revival Near Newport Rev. Hay Morford of the Newport Friend's Church will liold a revival meeting at Hie Linilscy Chapel northwest of this city beginning this Sunday and lusting until the 25th ofthis month. While Rev. Mort'ord is gone, Rev. l,eo Downs or the Hillsdale Church will preach the sermons at the Friends Church here. Get In the Scrap! Sabotage Rides The Prairie... Till Six-Gun Law Self In III "Blim Bob" Whon It J" Comt To Hunting Nan Aoants On TexM Plain jttt. , AtWJTJOHll BIG Features 9c 35c TONITE J fa ,.1.1.1 j P r W'M IVEIYN ANKERS j. CARR01 NAISH LOIS COLLIER MHBURN STONE DOUGLASS DUMBRILLE At'QUANETTA O the Jungle Woman Final Tonight 'HENRY ALDRICH'S LITTLE SECRET" PALACEt 1110.41, KKTATE FOIl SALE Please conic ill and check our list as wn luivc several good buys. ii. . caijj 227 lltarkman Street Plume :k!0. to FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanising and Recapping neatly done and Guar anteed. 9th and Bogart MoDllgas Station. Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf If you want to sell your properly in ami around Union, list It wun me. I nm sure I can help you. H. S. CALL 227 Ularkman Street l llnt.in. Indiana Phone 326 to DEAD A N I MIA L 8 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T-nre Haute or Dana 142H. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED' FREE of charge by Dwlgglna and Sons, licensed dealers. Call os as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, I'bone BO. t6xf GUARANTEKD 24-HR. REFRIGER-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake. Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FARM FENCE CORN CRIBBING Iron and red cedar posts. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. WINTER ROOF PROTECTION! NU-Dcck Roof Coating and cement. 13.25 for 5 gal. Voto Hardware. 233 North 9th Street. t8 JOIX OUt CllltlTMAS I.AVAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t23 RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING, j Five-ply passenger car tires. Plen- j ty of Ethyl and anti-freele. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 AUTOMOBILE Prompt Service. K. leg. Phone 8. REPAIRING. Todd at Ern-t9x BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WE HAVE some good watermelons. McCrack-en Market. tf PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING, j John Brewer. 1305 South Seventh i Street. t84x j UKN.NET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t8Sf MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER POUT"" 10 years or over. Aplly, BUI Blackburn, Cllntonian. UELP WANTED WANTED MAN OR WOMAN 25-45 to handle established coffee and grocery route In and around Clinton. Car furnished and expenses paid. Guaranteed salaries plus commissions with steady employment now and after duration. State qualifications. Write Box ' 442-X co Clintonian. t5f MAN OR WOMAN BETWEEN THE aires of 1H and 40 for meat counter work. Apply at Kroger's. t8 WANTED TO RENT 2 ROOMS FURNISHED APAHT-ment in private home for serviceman's wife and one child. 21 months. Notify. 306 North Third Street. tsx LOST OR STOLEN CHEVROLET WHEEL AND TIRE. Size 1 7-5.00. Call Divan's Rep"'-Shop. Reward. til FAMILY WASHING I.N BLUE BAG. Tuesday night. Reward. Return 5X N. Kth. 11 lx FOUND KEYS ON KEY CASE, IN FRONT of Stevenson Lumber Co. Owner may have by identifying, and paying for this ad. t09 Hoosiers Choose COP Leader In Chief Office (Continued from page 1) their nine party members to con-Ileniorratic member of the house, gress but failed to dislodge the two Louis Ludlow, of Indianapolis, elev enth district representative, and I Congressman Hay J. Madden, of Ga ry, first district. I J The returning Republican con-! gressmen are: Charles A. Halleck. second district: Robert A. Grant, third; George W. Gillie, fourth; Forest A. Harness, fifth: Noble J. John- TO MAKE YOUn HEART BEAT TASTER Vl DRING YOU THE WOCID'S M03T MEMORABLE lOVEM . beau b:ery W 1 tt .,Jl i Fint day Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same e charge (you get three days at ouble the cost of the first aay. Next three days Insertion: the Hint le charge (you get a whole eek five days) at three times the Boat of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (Uke this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem- orlams and notices of all kinds must I be paid In advance except tnose dt regular customers whose accounts pre paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the tatter cose the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment I FOB SALE HOUSE HOLD GOODS FOR SALE Solid Walnut bed and platform Bprings, two bedroom dressers, ono dresser without mirror, full sized Iron bed and springs, one sectional bookcase, home made book case, end table, radio bench, magazine rack, floor lamp, broom, one tub. Ironing board, rake, shovel, library table, living room suite, baby bed, mirror and other small items. Property for Ceorge M. Kew. H. 8. Call, 227 Blackman St. Phone 326. tlO Christmas Card Designs are running low and many ore lieing cancelled every day. We can Mill supply some very' nice ones with names imprinted, but better onler yours today. See the designs still available at The Dully t'lintonian Of fire. FRESH COW AND CALK. MRS. Rock Glacolctti, Sandytown. Tel. 1007-1. t9x OLDSMOBILE SEDAN. ONE SET of mechanic tools. 747 S. 7th St. t8x USED CREAM SEPARATOR, table model, good condition. Lewis Hardware. t8 FIFTH VEIN COAL. $3.25 TON and up. Phone 5S2-J or 1130 Pike Street. tl5x ONE GUERNSEY HEIFER WITH week old calf. John Varda, Klon-dyke. tx FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-rll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any ktmd yon want. Citato Aato Wrecking Farts Co. Ernie's, 8, CltntOB. 8M HEATING STOVES, St. Turley's Place. C28 SO. 8TH till KITCHEN CABINET. INQUIRE AT 1044 South Fourth. t9x BED DAVENPORT A N I) T W O burner oven. 415 South Sixth. t! FOB RENT BUS STATION. CALL 920 AXDKll-son or Phone 446. 115 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING rooms, close in. 239 Vine St. t8x MODERN FURNISHED AI'ART- ment, close in. 415 So. 3rd St. 2tf PAD) NOTICES t'HRISTMAH CARD IIKKIGNS ARE running low and many are lieing cancelled every day. We can slill supply snne ery nice one Willi names Imprinted, but heller order yours today. See (he designs ' still available at The Daily lin-tonbm Office. notkk: Truckers' Attention. Coal now available at Hazel Bluff, location two miles S. W. Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. 8 fc O Coal Co. tl2x PI liLIC XOTICK! Dance Sponsored by SNPJ. Old fashioned music, perona's Hall. Sat urday, November 11. Admission 25c. lUx NOTICE TltK KUItS! 5lh Vein Oefteta foal, H mile Hack of Oeneva Tavern. Norton Creek Coal Co. lf LOST BLACK AND WHITE MALE COAT. 105 Miller St. t9x EMPLOYMENT WANTED MAN WANTS PART TIME ploymenl. Phone 411. EM-ts WANTED ELECTRIC TRAIN SWITCHES. 156 South "th Street. 112 FOR LEASE MIAMI 4 FOR LEASE IN NO. r. coal. Call at Miami mine. M'de! A truck for sale. t"x A. J. Doughty et al to Everett Chancy et ux lot 7 Higglns 2nd add. to Clinton. SI. Henry W. Lewis to Cora L. Myers et al pt. 16-19-9. 1. Frank Richards to William White et ux lot 12 Llvengood and Adams add. to Newport. Hattie Hardcsty to Frank Blck- nell, Jr. pt. 27-14-10. 400. Laura Peperak et al to Cleo C. Folden et ux pt. 5-14-9. $3500. Carl C. Plnson et ux to Charles A. Shew et ux pt. 33-14-10.-$1. Thomas A. Conncly to Hazel Jones pt. 10-15-9. $1. Paola Del Pontc et al to Simon Bonato S'A lot 32 Centenary. $10. Carl Norman et ux to Robert Dun-kin ct ux lots 4 and 6 block 4; lots 1 to t Inc. block 3 original plat of Highland. $1. Collett Home for Orphans to Sinia L. Myers pt. 28 and 33-15-9. $1. Harry Malone Sr. to Grace Aye lots 11-12-13 and 14 Finney's add. to Dana. $1. Rose Pierce to Estella Mae dough lot 8 block 1 D. W. Pentreath's 6th add. to Clinton. $1. John Carmlcan et al to Florls Simpson et ux pt. 9-14-10. $1. Florls Simpson et ux to Howard F. Runyan pt. 9-14-10. $1. Alex Waugh et ux to Emit La Piantc lot 30 Fairview Park. $1. Mary M. Aairola to Doris Shoemaker lot 18 Glendale add. to Clinton. $1. Anna Buttler et al to Ezra Curry et uz lot 15 Wright and Bogart's add. to Clinton: pt. out lot 6. $1. Joe Santrlch et al to Hattie Mae Stewart pt lot 110 Knowles Heights add. to Clinton. $1. Homer Thomas et ux to Ray Malone pt. lots 20-21 and 22 Block 6 original plat of Dana. $1. Rex Nowling et ux to William Beard et ux lot 191 Commercial Club add. to Clinton. $1. as Throw Tvur Scrap Into the Fight! COLUMBIA THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c Lost Angel With Margaret O'Brien James Craig Marsha Hunt "Mountain Angler" RKO Sport Reel "Lucky Cowboy" Paramount Musical Parade 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 yon have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist yon quickly and privately. If you are steadily employed In a factory, office, 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 $150; amounts $150 to $300. 1 A per month on unpaid balance. A $50.00 loan repaid In five monthly Installments of $10.92 each, costs $4.50 but if repaid In 10 days, costs only 60c. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doe-tor or Dentist, 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. Pay 10 Pay 12 Pay mem. $ 7.12 txi.il tl.4 meat. 9 njta meats. 5.02 SIO.0.1 lu.W.'t 24.07 29JIS 50 IOO CI 1.73 2K.2W 'ZV PUBLIC LOAN CO. i 2195, Mala He. Phoae 892 Avoid the Danger POLAND'S HOME 214 So. .Main Phone mm Ho tttiom Crfct. Ntd i i 1 j i S. Y anrii:,. f 1 Lfu , I foirtADY , jUk f 3 W. S&lS RTE Br fc"VS m Marjone iX&SSikMSm MAIN Newport Lions To Sponsor Canteen For Young People NEWPORT, Ind. A "teen-age recreation center for the boys and girls of Newport will bo sponsored by the Lions Club, it was decided at the regular dinner meeting Monday night. A committee composed of V. N. Asbury. Omar McMasters and Lee Roy Stewart was appointed to study the proposed project and make recommendations at the next meeting. Twenty-eight members of the newly reorganized Girl Scout Troop No. 1, which was also a Lions' project, wcro guests at the meeting, together with Mrs. Winnlfrcd Demp-sey, high school music teacher and Miss Elizabeth Simpson, home economics teacher and leader of the Girl Scouts. For some time there has been a need for some sort of youth canteen in Newport, John Pickell, school superintendent said. In suggesting that the club sponsor the movement. At the present time there is almost no place for the young people to gather and enioy themselves, with the result that they must remain at home or run the streets. It was the boys and girls themselves who first suggested the need for a recreation center, he explained. Their interest is high, they are ready to do most of the work on the center and ask only a location and some financing. Miss Juanita Broady high school student and one of the Girl Scouts, expressed the same sentiments, explaining that the young people have talked about such a center for p year. Details of the organization and operation of the Wildcats' Den at Clintm. were given by George' L. Carey, member of the Newport Lions Club, who was one of the organizers of the Clinton project. Following several musical numbers by a trio composed of Mbscs Virginia Asbury. Lois BiBhop and Lucille Hollingsworth. accompanied j at tne pano t,y Mrs. Dempsey, a short program designed to show the organization and alms of the Girl Scouts was presented by several of the tflrls, who were Introduced by Miss Gloria Ann Asbury. Miss Ann McMasters gave the scout motto, followed by the scout oath by Miss Donna Morgm. the story of girl scouting by Vies Virginia Walthall and the slogan by Miss Marlon Profltt. At the requestt of M. C. Wiggins. Lion president, a committtee of three Girl Scouts will be selected to work with the Lions committee end a similar Boy Scout committee on the youth project. Mr. Pickell reported nearly $1000 raised In the War Fund drive, leaving $300 to go and John White was named to organize basketball games with other Lions clubs. A report on the recent Lions zone meeting at Veedersburg was given by 11. V. Nixon. Newport Soldier Awarded Conduct Medal Overseas j ON EIGHTH AAF FIGHTER ! WING. England. The Army Good Conduct Medal was presented to Corporal Charles E. Haworth of Newport in a ceremony at this eighth fighter command wing headquarters, "some where in England" by Brigadier Gen eral Jesse Auton, Wing Commander. The Good Conduct Medal Is a-warded for the completion of one year of active military service dur ing a state of war to enlisted men who have demonstrated fidelity through faithful and exact service , nd performance of duty and a thorough capacity to produce Ihe ; desired results and whose behsvior , has been such as to deserve emula- j tion. j Corporal Haworth Is a radio oper- tor in the vital communications section of Oils Eighth Fighter Com-1 mand's oldest operational control wing. Japanese Missionary To Speak at Clinton Church Rev. Norman Barth. returned missionary from Japan, will be the guest speaker at the missionary meeting to be held at the Assembly of God Church. North Main Street. Thursday. Nov. S. at 7:30. it was announced by Rev. Glenn Perkins, pastor. The meeting is open to the public. Paper Barometer To make a paper barometer mis one part of cobalt chloride, 10 parts of gelatine and 100 parts of water. Immerse a piece of paper or light musVn in this solution and allow to dry. The normal color is pink, which changes to violet m medium weather ami blue in very dr weather. In "JACKASS MAIL" Mrs. Foster Brasmr. I-cattha Chancy and Mrs. Jimmy Cox and Mrs. Fred Rukes of Rosedale spent the weekend with their "ions at Great Lakes Training Station. Wanda Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Browne Bosstick entered the Union Hospital In Terre Haute Mon day for observation. COURT NEWS j t ' Ruby M. Goodwin of Cayuga has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Roscoe Goodwin on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Mrs. Goodwin asks for the custody of their children as follows: Valerine 15. Charles 13. Dixie 10, Donnie 7. Dale 2 and Mary 8 months, together with reasonable support. Plaintiff also alleges that defendant is an habitual drunkard. The couple was married Dec. 22. 1928 and separated Nov. 1, 1944. Freda Lunstrum of Clinton has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce rrom William Lunstrum on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment Mrs. Lumstrum asks that her maiden name of Klger be restored. The couple was married Dee. s, 1942 and separated Oct. 26, 1944. Juanita Duckworth of Clinton has filed suit In Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Floyd Duckworth on grounds of cruel and In human treatment. The couple was married April 20, 1936 and seperat- ed Aug. 9, 1944. Hearing was had on the applies tion for suit money and maintain- ance In the divorce case of Herschel Turner vs Elizabeth Turner. Plain tiff is ordered to pay $50 attorney fees on or before Dec. 15th and $5 per week maintenance until the further order of the court. Mabel Halter of Clinton township was granted a divorce In Vermillion Circuit Court from Charles D. Halter on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment, and Mrs. Halter's maiden name of Itusmisel was restored. The couple was married Dec. 11. 1937 and separated Aug. 19, 1944. Alice May Crockett of Clinton was granted a divorce from Vernard Crockett in Vermillion Circuit Court, on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment. She was awarded the custody of their daughter. 20 months old. The couple was married Oct. 31, 1S42 and separated Jan. 15, 1944. Beiilah Stokeg has filed appllca tion for suit money in the divorce case filed by her husband. Donald O. Stokes. No date has been set for the bearing. Rex V. Cottrell of Clinton has fil ed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court Winter Skidding! Second Feature Starting With Saturday Midnite Show It's Slightly Scandalous - Terrifically Funny F.MTORVtOTROIXEB Ison. sixth: Gerald W. Landis. sev RECAPPIXC CLOtfMtf TnC3 SO OTHKIl OFFEHH YOt: ICrid A mmHtr r.vMIWIt. fray! Hnirr . I. 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