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December 19, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Tuesday, DeemTtfFlftTY. Page Six THE DAILY CLINTONIAN HOW NAZIS' V-2 MAY WORK 1 rn Airia.i- rtiMiir wrtMWiiiv? jntsvvj 1 Caramel SVrnp Caramel synapsis mighty iScful to pour over beans before baking, in confectioner's sugar cake icings; for candied sweet potatoes ar.d even in gravy. Brown a cup of white sugar in a skillet, stirring constantly until melted and caramelized; remove from heat, add one-half cup boiling water, then return t.n heat and conk until thick. Store in a small FOR SALE ... : j vC- ...T. - '-'4 BASED ON AUTHORITATIVE analyses and reports, an artist presents his conception of how the Nazis' deadly V-2 rocket bomb may be hurled from its portable platform, a tracked vehicle that is towed to a launching site by a powerful truck. In this drawing the adjustable launching ramp has been raised to a 45 degree angle which gives maximum range. Electric firing mechanism is stored within the armored flash shield, and platform rests on hydraulic jncks which absorb the recoil. To prevent the heat from distorting the framework the platform ha3 to be cooled by water jets. It has been sug-gesteu tiiut V-2'a coutu u- employed fiuiu the uuuk3 or submarines to bomb U. S. cities on the east cuaat and for several hundred miles inland. (International) Forest Contribution to War Shown in School Pictures "Trees of Tomorrow," a motion picture of forests' contribution to the war effort, is to be shown at U:5 a. m. Wednesday, Dec. 20, at the High School gymnasium, it was announced today. The program, sponsored by the Clinton Schools, shows the methods employed by Forest Management in Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Flrat dy lnaertlon: Jo for etch fMdtDg II Da (on column line, like one of then). Next two dayi Inaertlon: the Mine le charge (y."u get tliree days at double the coot of the flrat day). Next three dayi Insertion: the a me 8c oharge (you get a whole aerk five days) at three times the oet of one Insertion). Bach group of three days thereafter, 80 a line. Blackface (Ilka this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-ortams and notices of all kinds must b paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are 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 for Its payment. FOR SALE 1THAEA DOUULE BARREL 20 KaiiRe shotgun, like new. Will trade for automatic or pump gun. Call at 12:00 noon at 344 Vine Street. t37x FARM WAGON IIS IN. TIRES, grain bed first class condition. $1B, also H. P. electric motor. $10. Write or call L. M. Mitchell, Newport, phone 15. t37x ONE SMALL AND ONE LARGE sled, pre-war. Bicycle, fair condition. One pair boy's .trousers, size 10. 903 Nehcker Street. t:i8x BLUE TWEED SPORT COAT, SIZE 14, like new, 5. 222 '4 Elm Street. Apt. ti Cnll 10 p. 111. 1 p. 111. t:inx ONE GOOD MAJESTIC COAL range and one pre-war three way floor lamp practically new. Mrs. J. F. Carlln. 431 Elm St. t3Sx WESTING HOUSE LIGHT BULIIS. All sizes. 25 watt to 200 watt. H. O. Harlan Hardware, 254-250 North Ninth Street. tllil LARGE SIZE HEATER, G1HI.S TAN coat size 12, electric train (no track) other metal toys, llarley Kennedy, Hillsdale, I ml. t:ix HAl,K-W()OI, BLANKETS, HANI) loom all wool rugs. Nice for gifts. Mrs. Robs King, l'alniew. Phone 728. t37x EVERGREENS FOR HOME I1ECO- ratlons. Place your order early. Hershey's Flower and Gift Shop t.'llf ALL-STEEL IRISH MAIL, BOUNC- ing rocking horse, two kiddy cars. 512 Blackman Street. Phone 22(1. t :i fi x IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR Him. Seat Covers. For all makes of cars. Patsy and LeRoy's Modern Marathon Service Station. t3B COL. 36751 LORDY, THE MOMENT 1 Laid Eyes On You. Cab Calloway and Orchestra. 50c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. FAT HENS DRESSED AND DELI V-ered. Mrs. J. F. Carlln, phone 116-W. t38x ONE 7 CU. FOOT ELECTRIC ICE box, practically new. J. F. Carlln, phone 116-W. t38x TRICYCLE, GOOD CONDITION. E Adams, seven miles north of Clin ton on road 63. t38 PRACTICALLY NEW SILVER FOX shoulder scarf. Mrs. C. M. Poor. 542 Mulberry St. t:!Sx BLACK FUR COAT, SIZE 18, LIKE new. 1448 North Eighth Street. Clinton, Ind. t37 CABINET MODEL RADIO, LOOKS good and plays good. $12.00. lid 3 North 3rd Street. t36x BRICK, AXY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. .Ernie's, Phone 8, Clinton. HMt FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f FIFTH VEIN COAL. CALL 592-J. UOx FEMALE HELP WANTED MACHINE OPERATORS, MUST have good eyes, physical condition, high school graduate. Night shift. U. S. Machine Tool Co.. Western Avenue. Apply after 9 a. m. t.'IKx Card of Thanks I wish to express my thanks and appreciation to my friends and neighbors and to the minister. Rev. C. C. Jordan, the pallbearers, singers, Frist Funeral Home and to those who gave beautiful flowers and to all of those who were so thouKhtrul during the illness and death of in y beloved sister. Mrs. Mattle Mankln. Mrs. Kate Wilkinson, Sister. Card of Thanks The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends In our recent sorrow will always remain with us n precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reed and. Family. Card of Thanks We desire to thank our many friends, who assist us so beautiful during the Illness and death of our beloved mother. We also wish to thank the Frist Funeral Home, Dr. Loving and the singers. The Watt and John Russell Families. In Memoriam In memory of Mrs. George Waters who died four years ago, December 19, 1940. Our lips cannot tell h6w wo miss her, Our hearts cannot tell what to Bay, God alone knows how we miss her, In a home that Is lonesome today. George Waters and Family. Temporary Relief Due In Midwest Cold Wave; Warmer for Indiana (Continued flora pafe 1) same in Illinois, the forecaster said. Minnesota will enjoy weather of from 20 to 25 degrees Instead of cold at the zero mark and below, and the Dakotas will have from 30 to 35 degrees. The forecast generally was warm er today and tomorrow for most of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota and the Dakotas. A moderate snow fall was pre dicted for the Ohio Valley where al ready the snow baa seriously ham pered transportation. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE SWING FEVER With Kay Kyser Marilyn Maxwell PLUS HOUR BEFORE THE DAWN With Veronica Lake Franrhot Tone John Sutten THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c . CRY HAVOC With Margaret Sullaven Ann Sot hern Joan Blondell "Wed time Stories" Leon Errol Comedy MIXED CLOVER AND PURE TIM-othy hay, wheat Btraw. F. M. Brown, 759 Elm Street. t36 CAPONS AND ONE TURKEY, dressed or on foot. Mrs. Shell Wright, phono 1107-1. t3f,x TURKEYS. MRS. WILMER HUX-ford, three and one half miles northeast of Lyford. t36x BUSINESS SERVICES 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 Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. t!37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwigglns and Sons. Ucensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone SO. t5xf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-allon Service. Commercial and . Domestic. F. L. Bonehrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 1G5-J-2, Montezuma, 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tlCf RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and antl-frecze. The Can Market. 11-2-44 TRICK DRIVERS fiOOD COAL AT nil times. No uniting. Pnved road. 8 Miles west of ('llnton, Hazel llllirr. H & O Cool Co. t28x BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. RENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 400 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t8Cf FOUND HYDRAULIC JACK. OWNER MAY have by Identifying and paying for this ad. Staals Auto Supply. t37 WANTED TO BUY GOOD USED MANDOLIN OR GUI- lar. Harold llaynlnger, 1309 S Sixth Street. t38 IVE OR SIX ROOM HOUSE. Write 359 North 3rd St. A. Carver. t!l8x HELP WANTED CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 32. Cllnlonlan Office. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Clinton Commandery No. 48 will hold stated conclave Dec. 20 at 7:30 p. 111. and election of officers for the ensuing yeur. Please be present. M. S. Johnson, Commander; B. F. Harrison. Rec. t36x NOTICE! Called convocation of Vermillion Chapter 125 R. A. M. 'i.irsday. Dec. 21. 7:011 p. 111. Installation of officers. William Vasblnder. II. P.; Hay Shew, Sec. t:!8 NOTICE! Jerusalem Ixulee No. 99 F. & A. M. stated meeting, Tuesday, December 19, 7:30 p. m. John Griffiths, W. M.; Charles Brown, secy. 4 i:;i; NOTICE MOOSE! All members please be present at the meeting Tuesday. Dec. 19. Important .business to be discussed. t.16 MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, BUI Blackburn, Cllnlonlan. Our lifttrtfflt Ih.-iiikH 111 Hll WllO tXl'IH!f(t r tin furl Iiik !' nif 1:1 1 liy mill Ih'Ip In our n tp 11 1 nnrriiw. Fur Hip Iti-iiu-llfiit HHivlre, riorjil Itf-tVrincn, and oilier kimlm-KM. p ure ily Krutt-rtil. Neil tin (I Mm. Dura WVItHier :iud Mr. lirltrl HIhu. IND. j Card of Thanks Cook Scrap Cook throwout potatoes to feed them to pigs but it is important that the potatoes be cooked enough or enough volunteer plants will come up to spread spore and spoil a crop. Of. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X Raj 2351, Blackman CEMETERY MEMORIALS MONUMENTS and MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. MII1I.I, V. T.I'CE 1'hune IK Itt'iirenciitntlre 1 4U5 8. Seventh. Clinton With The OompUmeats Of ' THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Arc Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office, x for Mrs. Ethel Ferneding South Fourth St. Just Come In Watch This Spnce Every Day VOIIR NAME HAT BE NEXT PCKOm THE PC7URES. liny More Bonds 9c FINAL TUE. 40c "You can't kiss away a MURDER!" Th ttory UNH01Y lOVfl Paramount Presents FRED Mac MURRAY BARBARA STANWYCK EDWARD G. ROBINSON "Double Indemnity Oifeclad by UV WUD Color Cartoon News PALACE M IT'S GAYETY GALORE WITH THE BOYS AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE I WYMAN Rip-Roaring Action HOOT GiB3QH r ?M4 PUBLIC NOTICE CLAIMS FILED IN IIKCEMHEH FOR IIECEMIIER SPECIAL TERM 1044. GENERAL FUNDi- Carl R. Biggs, clerks , off. exp. 30.X3 Dally Clintonian. same T. R. Wood burn Trig. Co., same . ,iui.., T. R. Woodburn Prtg. Co., atld. off. exp. 130.00 Karl (!. Dicken, treas. fees 171.20 T. It. Woodburn Prtg. Co., treas. off. exp. : 125.70 T. R. Woodburn Prtg. Co., same , 192.03 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., same . 14.30 Abel Anbury, rec. or: exp. 40.40 Typewriter Robuilder Sales, same 1.25 Oil E. Potter, shrf fees 100.00 Oil E. Potter, shrf off. exp. 4.19 Angelo Tasso, dep. shrf mileage 25.00 Daily Clintonian, supt. sch. off. exp. 20.53 Fred Hayes, same , . 21.50 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., assessor off. exp. fi.10 J. L. Saunders, health off. sal. and exp. 072.14 Elizabeth Saunders, health off. clerk '100.00 Otis Elevator Co., court house rep. 31.00 Albert Jenkins, same 9.70 Alfred Jones, same 15.00 Indiana Institutional nd. C. H. supp. 10.77 Audrey Fultz. same 20.38 Public Service Co. of Ind., power 151.06 I Carl Welch, jail supp. 8.50 Audrey Fultz, same 10.40 Modern School Supp., P. A. rep. 202.95 A. J. Doughty, P. A. supp. 21.80 J. W. Reeder, same 20.00 J. L. Saunders. P. A. Dr. .'10.00 Modern School Supp., ; P. A. supp. 9.50 Clarks Regal Store, same 23.01 James Pinson,same 4 4.28 Audrey Fultz, same lfi.56 Arthur Bishop, same 4.40 Daily Clintonian, election exp. 87.50 Alva I. Smith, same 1.35 Audrey Fultz. same 2.55 J. L. Saunders. P. A. su. 4 2.00 Daily Clintonian, public pi ts. 9.oo Daily Clintoniun. same . !.!:; H. S. Call, bond premium 25.00 Carl It. B.kkr, rep. ep, 125.00 M. J. Peterson. 4H Club Fair exp. loon.oo Daily Clintonian, pros. attys. off. ep. 3.00 Edbert P. Zeil. same ::.oo K. P. Zell. same 1.2 Vigo County, ehnnpe of venue 9.R5 C.RAVEL ROAD UFA FPND ' Sharp Increases Due in National Draft Requirements (Continued from page 1) Officials said, however, this would be determined later. Cointi Oilier I'nfls The department pointed out that since lust July Selective Service has been called to supply smaller numbers of men than the entimated requirements. The deficit was made up by combing the ranks of other units for physically suited young men for combat duty. As a result, some 100 battalions of anti-aircraft troops were retrained for infantry duty and other AA units were fitted for infantry replacements. This procedure also produced 55.000 army air forces personnel and 25.000 army service forces troops for infantry service. The department said these sources are no longer available for replacements and Selective Service quotas must .be Increased to meet current deficits. Follows "Work or Ffglit" Order The army's new program was 'foreshadowed by War Mobilization! Director James F. Byrnes' "work-or- fight" order for men 20 through 3 and official Selective Service intima tions that the current rate or 60.-000 draft calls per month would be increased. Col. Francis V. Keenling, Jr., Selective Service liaison officer, said that a definite streamlined program would be required, if present demands continue, in order to meet 1945 needs. "It all depends upon the number of calls we get and the casualty rates in Oermany and the Pacific," Koesling said. Senate Abandons Revolt Against 6 State Appointees f ronttnned p ra Page 1 ) President Roosevelt, in a conference with New Deal Senators (iuf-fcy, Pa.; Pepper, Fla., and Murray, Mont., stood firm for the appointments. LaFollette. while declining to engage in a filibuster, reiterated his opposition to the appointments In bis foreign policy speech. 1 'rtN'K fTI Hp polnrwjiy referred to the par- tion In Creece in his speech "Every man and woman who has been following developments in re-; cent months knows that there are i omlnouR portent and actions by two ' of our Allies in direct violation of: the high moral purpose and ethical reasons for which men and women I are giving up their sons and the en- tire savincs of the nation." he said. Sen. I'epper, a leader in the ficht against the nominees. Raid he ex- nected the senate to vote on the six nominations today. The development paved the way for adjournment of the TSth con gress today or tomorrow. P State Takes Bachelor Estates The property of bachelors, in Bulgaria, is completely inherited by the tate, except in the case of an acknowledged child, who is entitled to a certain part of it. the conservation of the vital nation al resource for the future. Unusnal outdoor photography shows the modern techniques of forest conservation and up-to-date ways of fire spotting and fighting to prevent senseless wastage of our forests. The movie is made available by American Forest Production Industries, and the public is invited to attend. Policemen Demoted, He Didn't Recognize Love INDIANAPOLIS. I nil. Police Sergeant Forest W. Allison will be come just a patrolman today and his future motto could be "if you see mugging' in public, just ignore it". Allison was riding a crowded In dianapolis bus several days ago and. observing an affectionate couple, he; ordered the love-making broken up. Apparently he did not know they were married. Mayor Robert H. Tyndall instruct ed Police Chief Clifford F. Beeker to have Allison reduced to the rank of patrolman by the Board of Safety at its meeting today. He took this action after receiving a letter from the irate husband. Foreign Capital in Canada The amount of capital from othei countries invested in Canada ex ceeds $7,000,000,000. 2 9c-35 D v - .."3 . 4 RONALD REAGAN Staats Auto Supply $ 4fi.67H,lon of Poland and the British ELDERLY LADY FOR HOUSE work. 425 North Main Street. No laundry. (37 SALESGIRL IMMEDIATELY. ZOhV zl Store, 460 N. Ninth St. Call 5.19 or apply In person. t:;:if FOB RENT FOUR ROOM HOUSE. SEMI .MOD-ern. Nice neighborhood. Close in. Available Jan. 1. Newly papered. Phone 694-W. t.!K ROOM HOUSE. 111!:! ANDERSON St. Call at 1131 Anderson. t:!7x J. E. Russell lfi.2S Indianapolis Commercial 5.63 Clark Chevrolet Sales 173.40 Audrey Fultz 3.95 Polands Home Auto Supply- 130.60 Garcia Hay 25.00 DEPX OF PFBLIC WELFARE A. S. Logan 25.43 Citizens Telephone Co. Nancy Lewis Bertha Wheeler . Z. Bonato Helen Parke 3.5" ! 15.00 15.00 15. tut 15.00 Ocy Collier 15.00 Kern Wright S.fifl Don Clark 4.90 Tom McDonald 8.00 Paul Thomas 18.00 T. H. Woodburn I'rtp. Co 2.5i Daily Clintonian 9.40 Burroughs Adding Machine Co. 17.00 IRA J. curlicue Auditor, Vermilrton Countv. 121-2644. I PRISCILLA LANE-WAYNE MORRIS A FRIENDLY PLACE TO BORROW! LOANS TO $300. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY Second Feature BOB STEELE 22S Ulackmaji St. sev. J . ' .CLINTON. I. --- - -

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