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November 29, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Wednesday, November 29, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tage Six ei slip mm Industry Under American Guns BUSINESS SERVICES MAKING MOST VITAL FOOD MILL A TV OLD ESTABLISHED CORN PRODUCTS FOR OUR ARMED FORCES NEEDS- E3mi Wi?E5i?d GOOD WAGES - GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS ILalb.? Apply to BILL STIPP or BOB HENRY ILLINOIS CEREAL Inc. Phone 110 Phone 110 nU-Behfnd the I demanded higher wages now as im- KJi l i.zfl ?'flSi?i Illinois bring die I'.MW hack to the AFI.. It is diniiuli to i;nc!"iswmd the altitude of CIO leaders," Green said. "When this emergency has passed, if we are then divided wasting our energy and fighting each oilier, il will not he I lie leaders who w ill pay hut the workers of America." ApK'nl to Ity-ra W'l.li The AI'''''s oilier major actions include a decision to ;ip;eal direct to President Hoosevelt for higher wages, by-passins; Hie Wur Labor Hoard, and a refusal to recommend abolition of negro "auxiliary unions." George Meuny, API. secretary-Ireasurer and member oi lite WLH. ...BiiO TOM CONWAY MARTHA MacVICAR MONA MARIS MILLS, I A FIRST KUN PAL I , FEATURES peralive to lull posi-war yureuaoms power, hut admitted that lr president Hoosevelt says .no, the AKL will seek last week the concessions granted to the CIO steel workers. Egg Production For the entire year 1943 production by farm flocks totaled 83,986,000,000 eggs, a record annual production which exceeded the p-evious high of 1942 by 12 per cent a..d the 10-year average by 46 per cent. Peak levels of egg production for the year were readied in all parts of the country because of increased num bers of iavers. . ACTS J? TONITE . ' U H 11 ii 1 Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Flnt day Insertion: !c for each reading Una (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the ssme le charge (you get three days ai double the cost of the first day). Next three dsn Insertion: the am 8c charge (you get whole . Seek fire days) at three times the aost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. Ail classified ads Including mem-oriams and notices of all kinds must i be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are 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 FOB SALE NICE LITTLE FOUR ROOM HOUSE with lull basement. ?S75. GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE, CORNER lot, good location. $1,000. BRICK STORE BUILDING AND dwelling In Jonestown, $300. Easy payments. O. F. HOUSTON t22 Christmas Card Designs are running low and many are belli: an-celled every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with names Imprinted, but better order yours ,.r lii ricsiirnH still available SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE. FULL basement, new roof, blinds, three section sink. Newly decorated. Inquire 853 North Ninth alter 5 p. m. ' t27x HEATING STOVES, ALL SIZES. One laundry stove. Furniture. 028 South 8th Street. Turleys l'lace. t23x COL. 3671 3 MEMPHIS BLUES. Sleepy Time Gal. Harry James Orchestra. 60c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. USED FURNITURE, HEATERS, chest drawers, bed, springs, kitchen sink, chairs, dressers, ranges. Martin's. 655 Vine Street. t27x DRESSED YOUNG RABBITS. JUST right lor frying. Mrs. Ross King Fairview. Phone 728. t26x SLIGHTLY USED HOT WATER heaterB. Hoosier Pete Station. t27x 1928 CHEVROLET COUPE. GOOD tires. Charles Wilding, Lyford. t24v TWO WHEEL TRAILER. A-l PRE-war tires. 1316 South Fourth Street. t22x MAN'S NEW ALL WOOL OVER- coat size 40, two bird cages. 715 So. 6th St. t22x USED ARMY SHOES. BELLO'S Shoe Shop. 300 North Ninth Street. t4x BRICK, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's. Phone 8, (.'Union. Sfltf FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f SIX ROOM HOUSE, 948 BLACK-man Street. 124 HEATING STOVE. VERNON CLI'D-er. Telephone 1024-1. t27x NINE FEEDING SHOATS. ED ItlL-ey, Route Two, Clinton. t22x CIRCULATOR HEATER. 759 North 8th Street. t22x HALE HELP WANTED MAN MIDDLE AGE" OR PAST FOR filling station, with experience, preferred. Call after 4 p. m. Hoosier Pete. t24x BOYS TO CARRYPAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, Bill Blackburn, Cllntonian. FEMALE HELP WANTED WAITRESS. HOURS 5-12. CRANES. t29x LOST LARGE BLACK AND TAN FOX hound with white face, three miles north of Fairview. Call 1S8-J or 1208 Pike Street. Reward. t24x HELP WANTED WANTED MAN OR WOMAN 20-45 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. Writo Jinx 442-X co Cllntonian. t5f CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 32. Cllntonian Office. i' ' umats FOUND "A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car. Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA h 8 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63199 TyrrA Haute or Dana 1426. We" "pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwigelns ana eons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. t6xf THKRE ARE J AITS OF PKOPEKTY changing hands now. I would like (o list more houses for sale. 1 am siii-e I run help you. M. H, Call, Fhone 82. vi GUARANTEED 24-HR. REKR1GER-atlon Service. Commercial and Domestic. V. L. Bonebrakc, l'hone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges arc better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tlCf ioisTorR chkitmah lavaway . Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t23 RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti freeze. The Gas Market. n-i-n BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floorB. Clinton Lumber ana Supply Co. Telephone 322. BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 4Mb &oum Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f PAID NOTICES CHRISTMAS CARD DEMONS ARE running low and many are being cancelled every day. We call still supply some very nice ones with names Imprinted, but better order jours today. See the designs still available at The Dally C'lin-toniun Office. NOTICE! Vermillion Chapter, 125 R. A. M. called convocation. Friday, December I, 7:30 p. in. Work In M. M. and P. M. degrees. Visitors welcome. William Vastbinder, H. P.. Ray Shew, Secretary. t24 NOTICE! $25 Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person who entered office of Cemetery sexton at Riverside Cemetery. Saturday night, Nov. 25. 123 NOTICE! If you have any kind of hay. wheat or oats straw, lose or baled for sale, write Frank McNeer, 712 South Main Street, Paris, 111. t27x NOTICE! Job's Daughters Rummage Sale. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1 and 2. 219 South Main. 124 SPECIAL NOTICE! Christmas Bazaar, Presbyterian Church. Friday, Dec. 1, 7:30 p. in. t24 WANTED TO BUY USED TOYS AND RADIOS, ANY kind, any condition. 603 North Third Street. t24x IN EXCHANGE FURNISHED APARTMENT T O woman or couple for part time work. 415 Soutli Third Street. t22f Fountain Manikin In Brussels, Belgium, a personable little bronze fountain manikin has been a favorite of natives and visitors alike, since the 15th century. Once Louis XV of France spirited him away. Such was the uproar that the monarch returned him, arrayed as a French Chevalier. Other celebrities contributed costumes of their nations to his wardrobe. Manikin and wardrobe are famous among tourist attractions of peacetime Brussels. With The Compliments Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for LOUISA PETAK Fairview Just Come lo And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day VOCR NAME MAE HE NEXT Phone 62 (Continued JF-mn Fage 1) both sides. To the south, the U. S. Third Army battered its way deeper into the Reich, hurling the weight of one column against the Siegfried Line in the Saar region near jnerzig aim increasing its threat to the industrial city of Saarurucken. Ninth Vostie lnde lliver Spokesmen at Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's headquarters announced that the American Ninth Army slammed across the lnde river near Alt-dorf, hurtling the last natural de-iin hefore the Roer. An en emy pocket south of Doller was cleared virtually of all opposition, they added. On the German frontier, head quarters said, Gen. Patton s aiuii Division pushed to a point Deyona Rammelfangen. five miles west of Saarlautern, and to Kerlingen nearby. Slam Toward Frontier To the east, cavalry detachments gained a mile, clearing the salient north of St. Avoid and pushing on , hCVnta Pnrlinir and 1 Hnpital on the railroad near the further north of Steenberg Forest. First Meets Resistance The U. S. First Army, a spokes man said, met stiff resistance in the area of lnde and Lamersdorf east of Aachen, repelling a counterattack and clearing the town of Put- gen. German forces stepped up their artillery activity oast of the Maas river, where the British now are between the towns of Venlo and Roermond. Clamp Siege Arc im Hub In their continued advance, Lieut. (Jen. Courtney H. Hodges' men over ran Jungersdorf, less than four miles west of Duren. clamping tighter their siege arc around that vital road center through which rims the main highway to Cologne from the southwest. The Nazi Transocean agenry asserted that Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower is speeding reinforcements by air to General Hodges. "American reserves now are landing in transport aircraft just behind the actual fighting line," the dispatch said. 'ChulMs Disrupt Transportation (Allied parachutists were credited by the London Standard with halting all German railroad transportation along the northern bank of the Rhine above Switzerland. A dispatch to that paper from the Swiss-Alsa-tlon frontier said not a train has COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE A NIGHT OF ADVENTURE With Tom Conway Audrey Long PLUS UP IN MABEL'S ROOM With Marjorie Reynolds Dennis O'Keefe Gail Patrick THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c ONCE UPON A TIME With Cary Grant Janet Blair "Twenty Years After" MGM Short "Alaskan Frontier" Warner Short No Ration POLAND'S HOME 214 So. Main mm SiS 5S t I I i. ..j EXTRA! GL03JAL AIR ROUTES 3 - BIG DAYS STARTING THURSDAY irfimniis RSio Stars FI3EEE McGEE AND MOLLY Paris, Scenes hmx,A nc lTlvnn ndav. He's sitting on a desk talking to Hollywood's latest neart-siopper, uiujch ao... Th . picture represents v traordinary Hollywood situation. Private Dettective l'niup aianowt, portrayed by Bogart, is exactly the same character played by Dick Powell in "Farewell My Lovely." Author Raymond Chandler wrote two novels using the same sleuth as hero. Warners bought one, U-K-O the other. To add to the confusion, the two pictures will be ploying at about the same time. When Director Howard Hawks finishes the scene, I kid Bogart about competing with Powell. "Yeah, ne says, now uu you lik that? If the guy don't lay off n,u mrUpf I'll Rtart sino-ine. I'll revive "Forty Second Street' and sing 'I Found a Million Dollar Baby." Over at United Artists, Gary Cooper has started his western, "Along Came Jones." uary is producing as well as starring in this picture which is the story of a cowboy who has never had any adventures until he is mistaken for a bandit and a killer. union t nnmo nntn f tie set. Direc tor Stuart Hcislcr is shooting a 3Cene wnere uary anu xjiu ac- nni0 intn n Rnlnnn and are amazed to find everybody scared to deatn 01 uiem. You usually don't get much news out of Gary on a set. He's friendly but he hates to talk about himself. I ask him how he likes being a pro ducer. "I hate the desk work," he says. "Here the hunting season is on and I'm missing everything." oary llKes to nave peoiie bjuuiiu him whom he has known for a long time. His hiring of Stuart Holsler to direct "Along Came Jones" is a perfect exrmplc. Heisler was a film cutter before he became a director. He wm a rntter for Samuel Gold- wyn when Cooper made "The Win ning ot liarrjara worui. Labor Demands Peace, Postwar Council Voice (Continued from page 1) tile iiiteiiiaiionai T.vpogi apiucai cii-ion. voiced the fears which lay be hind the AKI.s bid for unity with the CIO and a re-invitation to John L. Lewis to bring his 00(1,000 miners hack into Hie Federation. I llion Membership 1 ;i,MMMMM) Pointing out that unions have in creased their membership from 3.-' (100,0(111 at the outset of President Housevelfs administration to 13,- 000.000 at I he present time, Hau-1 dolph said: ' "The (uiestlon we hinc to answer; as regards the future Is whether it is worth while to try to maintain the union status of 10 million members or organized labor who have had short experience in unions. Will that experience keep tlieui sold on organized labor? , .Maintain Ijibor Philosophy "The 13 million men and women have absorbed labor philosophy. Our program today is to see that this is maintained. It will not be maintained by an attilude of isolation, by an attitude that we are better, wiser and stronger. If we are, we can demonstrate it by associationg with them on fundamental procedures. "If it is Impossible for the AFL. as it seems to have been, to absorb the miners, bow much tougher will it he to absorb the CIO. Most of us roaliz there 1r no possibility Ine no ill Hinsntvp and ioin the AFL. We should be able to talk with them and arrive at definite understandings on objectives and procedure." Green Offers Kesignation AFL president William Green underscored Randolph's remarks by offering to resign if necessary to at- tain labor unity. Green said he would1 forppf thP attacks of Lewis. w'ouln rorger t iAVENLY DAYS" it in IB)BHaiBaiHnBBSHKiiinaavBawBsBSBsmasBHaa' r ulPIKDN CARROLL iilns Feature hyudicate Writer K"I.LYWOCD The funniest --.crack e'-'out Krrol Flynn's Uj-crmun exploits in the movies made by Flvnn himself. This week, Director David Butler : shooting a scene loadi:i;j up to a b'g' barroom bra v 1 in ine Irish star's latent picture. "Cn Antonio." Flynn comes into a western saloon where a hostile gang is waiting for him. With never a look to right or left but with his ovctt narrowed r-M to slits, ne .. starts a mca- (,... gurcd wa,k Jown the length of the bar. About halfway down, a man sitting at a card table leans back and blocks his path. Flynn's expression never changes. He just .r.c.is ..e chair out from under the man and walks over the feilows prostrate figure. A couple of Errol's stuntmen pals are standing beside me. "Now wasn't that being brave?" says one, grinning. "Yeah," says the other. "He must have had a blood transfusion." Director Butler calls for a retake of the scene. "Brrol," he says, "I don't believe you could knock a 200-pound man out of a chair just be kicking the leg" A glint of fun shows in Flynn s eyes but he says with a perfectly straight face! "You haven't seen me in my other pictures then ?" n a nrorhv Hnundstaere. War nra nther toueh EUy. Humphrey Bogart, is doing a scene for "The Big Sleep," but ne lsn i oeing as moved since Tuesday morning and declared the Germans attributed this to continued sabotage by para-I chutists. 'State of Siege In Baden (BBC. heard by CHS, said in a '.Swiss dispatch that a state of siege has been declared in me utnrau province of Haden.) Bird Rush Fale ironically conspired against the condors, very large American vuitures, in the eadiy 1900s, when it became known that they were getting scarce. According to Dawson, "Anyone who could stuff a bird and any village junk-pile calling itself a 'museum,' promptly went out to get a bird while the getting was good." Oologists joined in the rush, and the remaining birds were driven to nest on the high cliffs of the mountains of southern California (west of Santa Barbara) in the most inaccessible cave-like nooks. Profitable Groves A grove from which the operator expects to get considerable financial returns should have at least 500 trees, the smallest with a diameter at breast height of 12 inches. It is an advantage to have the grove close to the farmstead so that the work may fit in with other farm operations. FAtTOHY-0.TKOI.IJ:D KECAIIIIVO .(KMO 7.00 SO OTIIKK OI'KICHS YOl': Crdfl A Qualilr Ciintf Ihm-U. l'rmiiiit Hrrvk-r . H. All Work hy Krt.-lory-TmlnMl Kprtti. A. Full .... K tlPMdllM (jrar - Grlp TrrttS IMtisn. & AUTO SUPPLY St.. Clinton. that mM&&ka ifr.JrAfL I" fHEPCTURES WED. & THUK. 35c Color Cartoon "Lulu In Hollywood" Bargain Matinee Thur. 9 & 25c 2:00-2:30 P. M. t'OMES TO TOWN! viia ft DEC AVAA V THE TUNEFUL, -' I FUNFUL... MUSICAL R ". CARGO OF MELODYI 9 liny Mm-' ItoiHls THE SHOWBOAT !! IN Added I .'Jiff'" xfwjMiSft J-va $300 or Less Is Often the Answer to a Lot of Troublesome Problems. Why Not Talk It Over With Us Without Obligation. Attraction SECURITY LOAN COMPANY "EAGI.E VS. DRAGON" Io Technicolor 225 Blackman St. CLINTON, INDIANA a lMione 7rt2 X I V ,i i t Homp indiVHfiiul (o

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