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Friday, December 15,194-1. Page Four TW Iron I Feed Loss " "' Need Feofl English peas require" plenty o( plant food todp.UieiJbest. -Mi:- was - t i 1 .. r. Every time a four-montlis-old pig In 1U41, J,ja pounas 01 con i M dies, about 300 pounds oi feed is I reeded to make 1 ton of pig iron. In 1041, 2,525 pounds of coal IOSI. IF? My1."'!.!" 1 Pi 4 , FDR Designates New Five-Star Rank For 7 Top-Flight Officers WASHINGTON, D. C. President Roosevelt today Btgned into law IeK- Allied forces especially Flold Marshals in the British and Russian service. ' . . The new law will not affect the rank of General of the armies, held by Gen. John J. Pershing. World War One commander. Pershing's "General of the Armies" is distinct from the new grade. aUttiSt (...-"; lX i.e. i. A .1 -v. Gifts For Everyone S.O.HARLAN'S ielation authorizing new five-star rank for the army and navy and S ifrS5M At promptly nominated four generals and three admirals to be t lie first bo honored in the nation's history. Awards Made at Cub Pack Meeting Thursday Night Clinton Cub Scout Pack 64 liold their regular Pecrmbpr meeting in the basement of Hie First Methodist 2 The president left unfilled one of I Church last night. i - BICYCLE ACCESSORIES AND PARTS Bicycle Repairing A Specialty SADDLE BAGS Mirrors - Reflectors KICK STANDS Seats and Seat Covers CHAIN GUARDS Basket and Grips Tires and Tu!es Fender Flaps 0 The families of the scouts were honored by a chill cupper and each member of the troop present some sort of entertainment. Ohri.ttman carols were sung, accompanied by Mrs. Joe Smith on the piano, and gifts were exchanged by the children. Colden Arrow pins were awarded Doyne Crowder, Ronald Newsome, and Jimmy Griffin. Jimmy Hixon and Kenneth Kercheval received the Rob Cat award. Each boy repaired toys to be dis the four navy posts authorized by Congress. He Bent these names to the Senate. To be Genera! of the army -- Gen. George C. Marshall. Chief of Staff; Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Supreme Allied Commander in Kurope; Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Commander in the Pacific; and Gen. H. H. Arnold, Chief of the Army Air Forces. To be Admiral of the Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy. Chief of Staff to the Commander In -Chief; Admiral Ernest J. King, Commander-in-chief of the U. S. fleet and chief of naval operations, and Admiral Chester W. Nimltz, Commander-in-Chelf of the U. S. fleet. The promotions will place American commanders on the same level as the high-ranking officers in other JjUK't Mitnin mill Allan Lane are riiiniiiir li ads In H iiil)ln ' new ami tliHlllns ii(liui', "I all "I H' Kmiili SraK," niili I'.oy Itai-ei'ol't. ' PYREXWARE i.nvfiv r.ifis For Women! i f 2. s its produced. ' ' f Ol'A )lainpd that the suar reduction in in line with first quar- t.if :i Infu t ifinc mitrlu hv thH V:ir tributed at Christmas. Dick Alley J Food A(llu.iniKtratioi for civilian usj. TOYS! TOYS! Games - Puzzles Sewing Sets Building Sets Navy Fleet - Farm Pull Toys "Ride-A-Horsey" Stuffed Animals Red Rocking Chairs $2.35 - $35 Federal Seizure Of Seven Ward Stores is Near (Continued from page 1) won the prize for the best toy representing Den one, Phillip Simpson, representing Den two, and Jimmy Hixon, representing Den three. Marvin Foulk, district executive of TOOL CHESTS FOR MEN! AH Metal Different Sizes $3,95 $4.95 $6.25 SAWS e HAND AXES LEVELS HAMMERS HATCHETS You'll Find Just The Gifts You've Been Looking For WFA pointed out ttiat Husar ln'ji-torii'S on Jan. 1, lfttii, are exuected to be about 450,000 tons below Jan. 1, 1944, stocks, ajid military shipping demanda eai-y next year are regarded as uncertain. boy BCouts from Terre Haute, and Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Jordan, were guests at the meeting. The next meeting will be held .(9666 the second Thursday in January. MONOG RAMMED '" Stationery ( in all seven cilice. Moni Komei y-Ward refused to attend the hearing. Knmuel W'olchok. uresident of tile Throw Tour Scrap Into the Fight! c 4- .1tDiKinciiw writing K C l I liStf l" pBliil wiihJU ' 1 CIO Retail Kmployes Union, declared that "Avery is bending over back ;.-l-:i.-l S. Dili St. S. O. HARLAN'S 14 A HBW AM ward to destroy our union or any i ir"''"affi,f-"J" other union that comes within his ( UNTOV, 1M. orbit." On the first occasion two years DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them ago, Avery capitulated and signed a contract with the union covering - U Ward's Chicago store, but lie nro-ri:iimeil that it was done under dur ess. Last spring he refused to obey 248 Blaokman St. CIJNTOX, IXD. Phone 175 an order extending the contract and the government seized the store. It was understood that the neces sary papers and legal documents for seizing 1 lie Detroit stores now are m course of operation to be ready for ft Ml instant usage if Avery continues ins defiance of the WLB beyond the Monday deadline. It's Easy to Select For Every Member of the Family i i.: f I t I'KII ltlMil!l.'M ttw f:Mo VA ...... i tii i rivii i v i t m ill? f.fiiiii i 1 Highest Ceiling Prices PAID FOR YOUR USED CAR SEE I S BEFOHE YOU SEIX! WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA viLinn Glendale Students Turn Scientists In Parachute Discovery JIKHK, Tli.tTMiV UK lU ASIDK I Mil. CHKIKTMAM EVE. You're Sure to Find What You Want at Our GLASSWARE COUNTER 835 S. 8rd St. Al'TO SALES I'lionp 427 scores of I0c-19c-49c-98c GIFTS (Continued from Page One) thrn llie trio of boys proceeded to capture the parachute intact. Jimmy had one bad moment when he saw "ANT" on the transformer he thought It said "TNT" and was ready to call the whole thins? off. AUTO REPAIR See Peck's Texaco Sta. 3 120 No. Main St. $ m f 0. m 55 Ves, a w hole Counter Full l'ou Won't want to miss '" this unusual' selection. l; TU:iUt m However, he took another loon ana got his courage bark. . Thfe Uiree are now conducting class lectures at CleuofiYe, TbSiilain- f iHejTfr what they got ouf t)f the f tree and hov they got it. j The instrument itself, complete,' Need a mend that you can TRUST, To fix your war-car that is "bust?" Then come to US for REAL repair,. ...... To put your war-car on the "square" PECK'S TEXACO STATION GAS - OIL . GKEASI.VG . VIXCANIZING - HECAPS 130 N. Main I'HONK 783 10c 25c 49c We Have Plenty of DOLLS TEDDIES PANDA BEARS MEN'S SCARFS Long, White $1.59 iSt i with direction on how to dispose of it, was taken to the police station last night and the parachute will be taken down tonight. Various explanations for the 'chute have been advanced, chief a-mong them being the speculation that it may have been part of weather prediction equipment such as if used by I'nited .States Weather Bureaus and in military olisorval ion. I PRACTICAL ) Several Are Washable Be Sure to See Them to $2 98 .98 Eig Selection of m V4 tmTMAs COLORED SCREEN PICTURES OK THE OTHER WISE MAN" MUX HE SHOW N AT THE CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 237 JBI,A( KMAX ST. 'LINTON, INI). SATURDAY, DEC. 16 7:30 P. M. VOC A HE IXVITEK Friday Evrniiiu MiMiaKr "Hon l!in An- Vur h'n-t?" KuiKlaj Mornins Minwti -l,uw . irai c." Kunduy Evening Mi smbkc "J,oi, I,r,l, ),. K." Earlv Meeting Of "Bii Three" Js Urffed hy Clinreliill VACGNS CARD TABLES weiiBuiit $2.45 Ml 1 (Continued from page 1) S2.98 and 53.75 WHEEL BARROWS Wsgcns FnH cf Blscfcs I i Vol' AI!E INVITED C s tion of the present exili: Polish government in London and praised the efforts of former premier Stanislaw Mikola.iczyk to reach a settlement with the Kremlin. Churchill urged the Polish cabi J1HIN(J VOt i: lillll.E MEDICINE CABINETS $1 .98 & $2.65 SMOKING STANDS $1 .98-$3.45-$4.95 MAGAZINE RACKS $1 .1 9-$1 -98-$2.98 KITCHEN STOOLS utop $2.65 56 88c d $1.49 PULL TOYS Several Good Ones net in Loudon to make every effort ! Vj, S - yea . mm r v 1 0 I H to accept Soviet terms. The Prime j .Minister said that Britain supported Jjs the Russian view that the Soviets j jj?f should have a right to expand to the west to the former C'urzon Line with the Poles also expanding to the west t Hi at t lie expense of Germany. Churchill said it was the British 'g view that the Russians "justly and jj: rightly claim the eastern frontier a- JfS long the Curzon Line" und added ffl met' We Invite you l visi( )Ur KU,n- hiie iloiim ,, rhrisdnaK Kliop- BABY ROCKERS SETS OF DISHES HOBBY HORSES SCOOTERS And Many Other Toys Priced lTp to $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 MIRRORS ping we re 8ure ,ou ll r.nd the tilts thai you've heen I.H.kiiK 93c -$1.98 -$2.98 ft 0, K ft n ft " hi jMtiiiiur prices. that "this policy will he reiterated at lite peace table." The llritish premier said that he was unable at Uiis time to discuss 52 M I S final peace terms in relation to Poland because the I'nited States atti Visit Our Store and See The Largest Selection of TOYS Anywhere In Clinton! Best Class $3.98 and $5.98 Large, Fancy Colors $1.69 tude lias not been precisely defined. 52 ft ft PICTURES ffflKE FiKE GIFTS! Cut in Industrial Siriar Allolincnts Due in January WASHINGTON". V. C - Tho Of- c - 98c 49 FANG An Entire Counter In Sizes i j 10 x ou KIDDIE BOCKIKG Pj rex Ovemvare CHAIKS and SKILLETS and DOLL CRADLES SAUCEPAN SETS $3.75 Up VASES and CENTER PIECES 95c to $3.59 Wooden Toys - Tractors , , . . tn ii . . Colorful China Trolleys - Dump Trucks xEA POTS - 1.15 - S1.95 Trains 98c to $2.75 "Pierre" & "Bugs Bunny" COOKIE JARS MACHINE GUNS and $1.95 to $2.19 TANKS 98c to $1.95 Glass Cory corFEE MAKERS $3.75 See Our Variety of g pjere Sets PULL TOYS and GAMES DINNER WAR E $5.25 Sanitary Washable DOLLS and ANIMALS TOOL BOXES $3.00 CHARACTER DOLLS Selection of $1.50 Up TOOLS fioo of 1'ricp Ad m in is t nil id n ii n- An Entire Counter Full of WALL PLAQUES ftM- m imliistria! iisth, with oik exception, will lie rt'(luc'd from Stt S5.35 I CARF.0M BOARDS . . . . k? Severul Other Games in One v r i nil p i IWfl rP"f 0, ft ft ft i to T ir vont of tlndr 1H41 uso. pffpctivo Jim. 3, utir.. Suar iillotitipntfi to produrorfi ot bread, tuikcry and rort'al prndtifts til S1.59 Long Knit As"td Colors .ill remain at 80 per ent and allo-ations to niainifaft urcrs of pharma ceuticals will-continue at per c'in of their 1!M1 use, Ol'A said. LADIES SCARFS MAKE THIS YOUR CHRISTMAS The exception was ordered for mannahnies and fruit hu'ter. These j Ul industrial users will lx planted 7"' j .- J -c TO $1.03 STORE U r cent of their lfM4 use. and no : Voto Hardware Store ess x. nth St. r uxTox. ixn. STORE In Hirer will he irivn "provisional al-! H lowancrs." Tliese al Iowa noes were , , - w. w. j j Jsr w' limit-,! only .y ,hP numlnT of tin- $:&r&

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