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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1944, Abilene, Texas Tuesday Evening, August 8, 1944 Tune in on KUBO THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS PAGE NTN® IU SALE OR TRADE MONEY TO LOAN - LOANS —on real estate for buying, repairing, refinancing —personal loans on automobiles. hoJrnold furniture, other acceptable collateral, and repairs or prop-erty Payments made to suit your Individual needs—no red tape. We sell Express Money Orders and    VJWSiZt.    VZ    c.T£ 21 SALE OR TRADE 21 WANT APARTMENTS 26-B MOUSES FOR SALE 29 FOUR-Pi'ce bedroom suite, nursery chair, bird cage and stand. Ph. 9424. HOUSE Trailer. 1942. 24 ft. all steel Vagabond, complete with hitch and overload springs. Plenty of equipment. exceptional value, M. V. Connor, Sunset Lodge 3801 South 1st. I HHEE Piece living room suite, prewar perfect springs. Clean, pretty, $100. 8862. For rent or Phone 5989. 3 COFFEE urns, platform scales, fri    PRIVATE and gidaire ice creem counter, 3 m*at cases, 2 pair grocery scales, one lot waste baskets one lot plate glass, one antique weight clock, one wardrobe trunk, army lockers. Men's and women's suits and overcoats—wholesale and retail. Sellyou what you want—buy what you don’t want. L. P WALTER Sale—Pressure cooker. 933 South 3rd Phone 7064 vas lcathci trim hag. Phone 5074._ luck safe Practically new Hip Trailers Checks. Buy Vendor’s Lien Notes. l(0O §.£vmcQ r-lBM* Hi Comer cypress si N 2nd-Pnoue *409 PAWN BROKER LOANS $1 to $500 un diamonds, watches, suits, radios, guns, musical instruments, Ste. INDEPENDENT LOAN CO. QUICK RELIABLE AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Always. __MANY    BARGAINS    TRUCK. GOLF    Clubs    for    sale.    8    Wilson    irons,    31    ENGINE FRUIT etc Bobby    Jones    woods,    steel    shaft,    can-I CHEVROLET Truck old model $130, ‘     *nnA    Gasoline SHP engine    Bred    Gilts $35. Pears A Apples $3 Sweet Peppers. Grapes. Canning Apples $2 Small fruit farms Clyde mu try 4-room house. I acre, edge of Clyde $1000 Lights, gas, water 3 lots McMurry $550 Shanks Nursery Apnle Orchard ti Mile North of Clvde Phone 74 Abilene. Phone 20180 Call 4655 after 4:30 p. m.__ _ BOYS' pre war bicycle to trade for girls' bicycle. Call 5100    ____ RANGES: prewar table-top models, all porcelain, two service drawers only $7975. Gljenn’s. ____________ __________ MATTRESS. 50 lh. long staple felted cotton stripe leather tick $19 75. Glenn's.   _______ . _    ________ No I DeLux, 9x12 wife want apartment, 2 rooms . apartmentette or room with kitchen privileges Mr Fnlwer. 4349. OFFICER wife” desire furnished apartment No drinking smoking, children. Mrs. Lichtenstein. _5488:____ _______ MEDICAL officer and wife desire apartment or house. Call Capt. Friedman. 8521, extension 30. _ _____________ ~ COURSE 6-ROOM brick veneer, paved street. Immediate possession. Call 5753. OF NEW 5-room frame house, with good furniture. lo; 70x162, paved Alia Vista school, possession Aug 25th A nice home ........ 88.3J0 Nice 5 room frame house. Aalta Vista school, laige closets    $4,250 we want to rent your Seine nice farms for sale. See us nnn We need listings Let us have yours NATIONAL KE ALTY CO. REALTORS W H Free. Manager Cor N. 2nd A Cypress Phone 4300 WASHING MACHINES anartmrnt or house. Captain, w-tfe boy smd girt with play pen. Call 4314 Ext. 1U14.____ _____ CAF I AI N Wife. two small children with play pen, desire furnished apartment or house. Call 4134. Ext 1104 Lt. Wife and 'child want 4 or 5 room furnished apartment or house. Can furnish references Phone 4438.    _ FURNISHED apartment or room with kitchen privileges. References. Call Mrs Bacon, 9547.__ __ OFFICER, wife desire furnished apartment or house No children, drinking, smoking Call Schwarz, 5488._ CAPTAIN, wife and four months old baby desire apartment. Box 73-A    '• Reporter. RUGS:    Goldseal,      _    _    -    „.............. ,     ,     , $7 95: 9 ft. yard goods. 70 cents yard. WEST Coast Buyer will pay $125.00 each LT. and wife desire furnished apart NICE 7 ROOM POCK HOME ll ACRES, set «n bearing pecans and fruit Gas in each room I Vs hath rooms. Hot and cold .water Electricity FIVE good poultry houses Good con- I crete cellar New barn. Located near Clyde BUY direct from owner—rash deal only POSSESSION January 1st A C FORESTER CLYDE TEXAS Situation Japanese Told By The Associated Press Premier Gen. Kuniaki Kolso was quoted by the Tokyo radio today as warning the Japanese people that American advances In the Marianas and the Nevi Guinea area, plus an apparent intention "to strike at our homeland.” had confronted the empire with "national difficulties of un-nrccedcntcd seriousness." Abilenian With 90th Wounded T-Sgt. Otha L St a mater was slight wounded in action with the 90th division in France July 6 according!' to a War department telegram yesterday to his wife, the former Edith A. Phillips of Wtn-gate. The sergeant who went into service March 20. 1942, trained at # censed and ara St. M. A. (JARVEY Bonded Pawnbroker Rhone 8953 W A. TU RN LUGE Glenn’*,  ______________ ROCKERS coil spring-seats, $8 95; $39 75 platforms for $29 95. Glenn's.    _ CEILING prices, mean NIL. ceiling sayings, lowers Your bill._ see Glenn s. BF DR OOM-suites, prewar quality $69 75. to $193.65. save at. Glenn’s, _________ ALL my antique furniture *nd_ glass-. From 9 a. rn to 5 p rn. 633 Styles. 5 H P boat motor. Excellent condition 761 Pine __________ 40 MODEL Indian motorcycle, good condition Zicks News Stand. Phone _ 20134.    __________ INTERNATIONAL Combine 6 ft. cut motor equipped, good condition. Walter Lafoon. Lawn. Texas.    _ for Maytag washers in good condition. Will buy any make, any condition. 1643 S. THIRD Phone 2-0455 ment No children or pets Nonsmokers and drinkers. Call 6868. Mrs Doxey.    _____ and The brcadcast, reported by the Federal Communication.* commission, said Kelso had told the na RADIOS Electric and battery sets— table and cabinet models; car radios electric irons: toasters; waffle irons Buy, sell, trade all types electrical appliances Main Shop—1111 Walnut CHRISTIAN St Also 810 Locust—Known as Wil- | apartment Hams Electric Repair Shop. Phone 9246 ASSIGNED officer and wife with 6 mo old ha bv want 3 or 4 room apartment or house Call_4347.__________ LT. wTfe~dcsire 2. 3 or 4 room furnished apartment. Phone 8589 _i njsheq $2375 00 SCT., wife and 2 yr son desperately: JACK CASNER need apartment. Please call 20918._ ;    «,    ca-c coups want* furnished | Phone 64'6 Call Corinth Baptist ,---- Church or 47B8.    BEAUTIFUL 6 ROOM HOME east front 7    ROOM    frame. I Vi baths,    oak floors duplex    arranged Brooder    house    cow sheds    located near Cobb    Park    Price    tlon    jn    a    spacial    radio address    that $3500 00, Immediate possession.    ,    ,    . SMALL    ranch style home,    knotty    pine    it    had    but    OllP    (OUTS?    ti    put. U0 interior modern conveniences. Lo ^ consolidate the resolution of our SSL"1    8?    VMI    rtrength to overcome ell dll- Acuities and thus win the war. REALTOR 540 Cypress LIV US TOCK & LETS 19 SPRING Clothes Rlns. doz    ........ 25c BOBBY Pins, dozen .......... 10c —    ------ ,      .    .    ,    ...    ...    I    METAL Tweeters    ....    15c I SMALL and I large portable air con-    cTEE1 pot Cleaner <Choor    Girl!    10c IOU SLS FOR SALE 29 chunner and I fan. Butternut. Reasonable. 2700 WANTED Sudan or other pasturage for STUDIO couch dinette suite WA      e,------- mn    table,    wool rug Canary bird and cage 1825 Sycamore. ____ ___  dressing 18 yearling calves. Phone 5510 RFC, is I ii,Hfc.D OIC boar, good breed-_____________—    _    _ TA Also Registered Jersey bulls eight FARMALL regular 20 and 5 disc San-ti^US months sired two stars, Dams ; dors '    —’    »“*«    ** D classified. Lee Baker, Route 3, Abl- 1 Bride lenc CHILDREN’S Rayon Panties. Elastic Tods Sizes 2. 4. 6 8    59c Mail Orders Filled Promptly riers breaking plow $850 Noodle THOROUGHBRED    Boston    bull    pup, golf clubs, archery equipment; mans bicycle, ballon tyres 211 Victoria DALMATIAN pup    good as    watch    dog owpet. PH. 5670. REv-WoTERED Cocker Spaniel puppies for sale. 1449 Poplar. _____ FOR SALE Young breeding does and fryer rabbits. Phone 8806.    1825    Sycamore'.______________-__— BUNNY" Reef-Rabbits ail sizes and color 825 Lilius Street. separator We have a few Ferguson D’sc Terracers. Your Ford Ferguson Dealer PIR I.TRY 19-A W R. Mc _____Hereford Ranch. 4 miles north Merkel.__________ CROSLEY Indio, table model. $25. 925 Lillius. Garage apartment.__ FIXTURES and complete stock of used clothing 116 North Swenson, Stamford, Texas. ___________ r KOCH double duty modern porcelain i display meat case, IO ft length. J FRAZIER TRACTOR compressor frigidaire make. 1-3 H size. bargain. Jj_310 Butternut. _ TRAVEL Lodge trailer house. with frigidaire. bath commode. Cash only. Lurline Walker Tailor Shop, front of Camp Barkeley.     J ICE COLD Watermelons. ’a or whole 2 c lb. Long Slue melons. Mack Brown Market. 502 Oak. C-ROOM frame corner lot. Immediate possession Call 5753._______  _    j BEDROOMS for rent; 2 large furnished apartment houses, take small home. Balance easy terms Lots and acreage for sale. IO'.# down. Easy terms T. R. Rhodes, 3004 Hickory. A”HOUSE-and-lot. $2400. U cash balance $3t a month 645 Locust _ SD: room modern residence, south side. ■    close    in    $5500.    Possession.    T.    A.    Rus- cxs11 Ph 'uas COME In and see the new Conde milk* —    ‘    .    £---    _____^4 ing machine and Galloway electric THREE room jurnished^hcmaa,^ne« Sirm Hp added that the time had now come when Japanese military operations "on a grand and bold scale are expectantly awaited.” The new premier pledged his government to concentrate its efforts. with the recently established su- close in on Sa-, let Blvd. Doubt* thin fie roof, weather stripped, insulated 2 floor furnaces 2 baths living room carpeted from wall to wail double gar and gar. apt. a real buy for preme council for the direction of only $9000. Appointment only. he war as a basis," on leading th* Japanese to victory. He declared the government was determined to "bring about not only the rapid expansion of our fighting strength but also the stabilization and further brightening of the people’s livelihood, for which no efforts will be spared " Koiso’s address coincided with the August observance of imperial rescript day—the monthly anniversary marking the sneak attack upon Pearl Harbor and the edict from the throne declaring war on the United States. WILLIAMS SUPPLY CO. 39 N Chadbourn* St.. San Angelo. Tex GRAND AVE nearly new 5 rm. tr. east front. Terms Possession. 60 1673 Pm# & IMP CO Phone 7521 WANTED—Hens, Fryers and Turkeys Top prices paid 802 To 3rd. Phone 7931. Independent Poultry Co. We Will Custom Dress YO#t poultry from Monda.v through Friday, BABY Chicks Every other Monday. Y-B POULTRY MARKET 844 Ambler Ave.    Ph.    7544 20 MUSICAL PIANOS Kimball Studio. 45" Like New Hamilton Grand Baldwin Made) Looks A Plays like new MCDANIEL MUSIC CO. 1167 North 2nd    Ph.    3735 i LADE Your ult! sewing machine in on a new pre-war Singer treadle machine. Singer Sewing Machine Com- pany. 217 Pine. ___ COME to Home Makers Market for produce and homo baked food*. Sat- I urdays only. 933 North 2nd.    " MIR ACLE-' EXTER MIN ATOR SERVICE Destroy* roaches, termites, mice. rata 4495 or 4189. M. V. Showalter. WATER HEATERS We have reconditioned and sold about 150 p-e-war units in the past 12 months—made only one adjustment. Shop around a little before you buy. Bob Cusick* Welding Shop. North 9th and Walnut OPEN until ll nights for your MRVM*  —— ience. Mack Brown Market, 502 Oak. PIANOS 16x24 WELL built cottage fully equipped for living Good as new portable Underwood typewriter. Also a canning sealer. Phone 3100. UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE mons. paved street $1700 Terms and possession. T A Russell. Ph. 3465. BY owner leaving town: Beat located and b»st built five-room furnished prewar FH A house in Abilene. Can be seen by appointment only. Cash and te rms Ph. 6193. 4922    ________ 12 ROOM furnished frame house. 2 lots. Utilities. $4500. Mrs. Kincaid. Buffalo Gap.______ CLOSE in 7 room furnished. unfurnished immediate possession. O. C. Howell. 5550—20203._______ FIVE rooms and bath. Brick veneer, duplex style 2 rooms rented for $60 3 AIR FORCE HELPS DRIVE JAPS INTO LAST CORNER OF GUAM T.-SGT. OTHA L. STARNATER NICE, 6 room frame on Meander Beautiful new kitchen, 60 ft. East front lot This is a lovely house, in a nice location Low down payment. Posses Bion now. 3 ROOMS and shower $1750 cash $750 6 ROOM furnished duplex close in on Cedar Bi FRANK TREMAINE United Tress War Correspondent PFARL HARBOR. Aug. 8.— (UP) —Air-supported American forces, advancing three miles in one day, struck northward at the apex of a huge bulge in the center of a line and Ce nip Barkeley ras early this year. non with the 359th LEON L’TEVENSON AGENCY 362 Cypress Phone 4100 R W STUARD Phone 3531 BRUSHLS AND MOPS 2U-H FULLER muscles, mops, polish, and wax. A. M. Beaty. Phone 4512. 285a I ^-kory. SALL OR TRADE 21 FOR SALE Heavy sadd'e scat gum hotel cha hrs light welgnt square top tables. Call E. H. Harpy, 3940 or 3990. 8x12 WOOL rug, apply ar 302 Palm    __    _ CL PU.EY Sava maid mangle. $85 Complete set golf clubs and bag. $35. 3906.    ______________ BIRDS for sale _Dial 5019.    _ EL ECT R IC washing machine for sale. 773_Cherry.  _____________ GOOD air conditioner. Can be seen Igsvccn ti ii and ll 30 a. rn. tally. wr Amarillo. s___ FOR SALE: Oil cook stove, oil heater battery radio. U. W. Brown, 1333 Locust._________________________________ FOR SALE; Mason Rotary sewing machine 50 pound ire box $7.50. big wall clock $1    1774    Oak FOF SALT One electric sewing machine lAnr Ph. 9179 WE will buy your furniture in large or small quantities. Also guns, tools, clocks, watches and most anything you have to dispose of. Cross Used Goods, 966 South 3rd.     ______ TOM S Stove Shop: Buy, sell and repair. 1126 South 15th rh. 5367 GOOD 3 disc breaking plow, tractor hitch also double unit milking machine. 2 young saddle horses. 1358 Vine Ph. 6430. WATCH for Jelly Grapes at Mack Brown Market, 502 Oak AIR-CONDITIONERS for sale Malone Safe and Lock Co.. 1024 No 4th Phone 3677.____ SLIGHTLY used Phonograph Records— all brands, largest stock in Texas -15c each National Music Co,, 1381 Butternut;__________ FOR home supplies—Coffee makers Save money on Diamonds, Watches, Guns, Luggage All types of new and used jewelry Abilene Oldest Pawn Broker LOANS $2 TO $1000 IDEAL LOAN & CREDIT JEWELER 1068 So. 1st.    Phone    6531 ---- across Guam today to drive the blocks of high school, '’or particulars two swell hones on South side. good .    .    T&nanese    defenders    into _call 9244.__   _    I locations $8500. for quick sale on one I    c    c    - BY OWNER —Modern 5 room complete- and $7560 00 on the other Iv furnished Corner lot. South side ALSO a 4 apartment on South side fur $6 000. Phone 9531._______I    mshcd    only 12 ROOM house. 3 lots. Good condi- block from business Box 408. Stamford. FRESH stock high carty strength cement per sack—75c. tion. Main st. section. Write Texas _    ____________________ 6 ROO?! house. 'furnished or unfurmsh_ ed Good location. A cafe doing good business Well located. Write Box 69 A. Co Reporter_____  ___. POSSESSION: Largs cool 5 room new; tvoe frame attached garage. Perfect condition. 75 foot lot— $5250 Will sell furniture Ph 6470 owner. ___ 837'BUTTERNUT: 8 room frame, fur ntshod or unfurnished large lot: semi business section. three apartments rents $125 Call mornings. _ FIVE room frame oy owner, paved street 67x160 ft. lot. Near Junior High and Valley View schools. 818 Victoria. „ _ $8000. DANDY 6 room for $5000 00 if interested in some good buy* you had better see these OSBORNE Si YOUNG JOH Citizen Bar’i Bldg Rh. 691* *r IU* a tiny arca at the northern end of the island. An undetermined number of enemy troops, cut off from sup plies and reinforcements, were trapped in an area less than one-tenth of the island. A communique by Admiral Chester M. Nimitz said Marines and Army troops, concentrated in the center of the line, captured the village of \ igo Sunday and overran one third of the remaining enemy held territory in the heavily wooded plateau section of northern Guam. Mineral Wells and went ove He was in a infantry. Mrs Starnatcr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Tke Phillips of Wingate, has been making her home with the sergeant's parents. Mr and Mrs. J. R Starnatcr, no Mulberry but | is now in Odessa with her year-and-a-half-old daughter, Barbara Joy, 4 ROOM 558 Sammons Avenue facing Fair Park Ward School Vacant now Sale Price $3500 00. 2 LOTS facing west on 14th A Pine These lots can be bought on easy terms. Sale Price $3500 OO. TIP BELL Realtor Mims Bldg.    3420 Abilene's Dr. Adams .Families of Men Called Typical Texan' Held by Japanese On English Broadcast Receiving Cards Hitlton Hotel at Plainview Is Sold PI A IN VIEW Aug 8 - -V — Th* Hilton hotel here hns been bought for a cor ideration of about $150,-000 by Poller Morgan, former manager of the Hilton ho'*’l at Longview and El Rancho Vegas at Lag Vegas. sis RED or green Slate roofing— and cement—per roll $2 IO. 35 LB. 45 lb. 55 lb. roll roofing. IOO square feet per roll—$1.05; $1 45 and $1.85. BOWMAN LUMBER CO. 902-N 5th    Phone    7664 BEST LOCATION with nails 5 ROOM frame home Air Conditioned i —completely furnished All-electric kitchen with 9    1942 Frigidaire Possession at once .......... $'    500 WANT TO BLY 22 Suburban 150‘xl50‘ lot. beautifully landscaped 6-room brick home. Johns-Manville roof. Bath~and-a-half —tile with colored fixtures ............ $11,500 Ironing boards, waste baskets clothes NEED 2nd hand bath tub; will go IOO hampers, refrigerator sets and man) miles, phr np 2-0915 COMPERE & COMPERE other jltems DAW Tire Co RADIOS for sale or trade, we buy all type radios. Phone 8409. 1129 Sexisth. FINEST Fruits and vegetables in sea ton. Mack Brown Market. 502 Oak. GUARANTEE to destroy ail roaches, bed-bugs, termites, rats. anta. Reasonable. Uh. 6972. IF YOU are suffering with arthritis, stomach ulcers, high blood pressure or constipation. consult us about CALS-l-DlNE. Sold exclusively by Morris-Daniels Health Foods. J641 North 17th at Grape.  ____ WE have just a few more good used Singer sewing machines and other kinds for sale or trade. Cash or terms J E. Dunn. 782 Palm. NOW is the time to nuy that genuine Coolerator D. * W Tire Co WE have a stock of baseman gloves and arche-y sets—priced right D A W Tire Co___________________ and COUNTER, stools, cold drink cooler small safe. Magicland Arcade, 1026 __North 1st    _ Fog DISCOUNT on Watkins Products this month. R M Barrington. 746 University Phone 9476. FOR SALE: Combination stove, wood at^ gas. Ph. 4164____  _ PlrRTY of good sweet milk for rale.    SEWING    Machines    bought and    sold Bigcerstaff Pain West Cobb Park    Repair Work. 1325 Poplar^    Ph.    7817 TWO Nice trailer houses for sale at a, BY INDIVIDUAL. r> rooms of pre war bargain. 258 Clinton    furniture    2 vears old    805 Wells    St.. TOP Prices paid for all kind of used'    Stamford. Phone 7.’.1-W._______ ^clothing:    drapes, quilts, also furni- I LIVING room suit,    bcd room suit.    din tore Mrs T M Robinson. 2458    ing room suit, gas cook stove    758 Russell    Phone 9202.    Kirkwood Sre^ after 5    o'clock. FkAvAR inner spring baby bod high    LATEST    model stainless steel Hobart rflnir, bedroom curtain. breakfast    slicer Used three months. table. 2025 Belmont Blvd    shot gun 910 Locust. WANI lo Buy—A Reel or rod and reel. Call 5403.    _ WANTED one way or light breaking plow. must have power lift. Phone 304y —858 Row Ave. WANT 1939 or 1940 Ford or 'Chevrolet sedan. 718 Cedar.  _ I WANT TO BUY directly your equity in nice home Call 4847. WANT TO BUY a house which can be moved off the lot. Call R W. Smith. _ 8805._________________ WANT to buy:    Used furniture Any amount Bourland Furniture Store Pn 2-0083.__________ THE highest cash price paid for any kind of sewing machines Singers pre ferrea J F. Dunn 782 Palm Ph 5867 WASHING MACHINES West Cnast Buyer will pay $125 each for Mavtag washers in good condition Will buy any make, any condition. 1891 ____ Realtors    - Citizens Bank Bldg insurors ... 1944 Phone 4344 SIX room frame on south side Excellent condition Nothing to do but move in Beautiful back yard. Lots of shrubs Owner leaving town. Prompt possession. CARROLL-HOWERTON AGENCY Insurance—Loans—Phon* 7012 Car    Returned A car, stolen la * Meek bv three Weatherford youths, v as brought back from nu.r Ven Horn S-aturdiy by F. T Hogan, ov ner. and H T. Fleming, member of the sheriff’s i    department    Also    going    for    the    car Col. Clinton E Adams, whose    Abilene famlle* of    a number o, wprp p j Hogan Jr., and Maurice Abilene address is 3401 South 11 th, | men who as members of battery gnuth. was called a "Typical Texan" lasl i jr 2d battalion, 131st field artillery, The car was found Kith two tire* niRht. when Bebe Daniels, former | became prisoners of the Japanese arid a spare gone, and a tank full ______American film star md first enter- at the fall of Java have received of kern me whrh apparently had 4 ROOM house Buffalo Gap. with Alec tainer to arrive a1 the front lines carfiSt apparently mailed months stranded thf boys. tncitY. garden md place for cow Normandy, broadcast from Lon- ago. from the men in prison camp IS WKi-irS V“mr°Pano    dan on Ted Malone’s    Top of the    Mrs. Marvin M    Snelling 1433 bat:., well and mill in yard Water    Evening program    North 5th. received    a card from piped    m    house    200    tre«s.    or-    Dpsrnbing her recent trip to    her son. Marvin M. Snelling Jr., pacemen"    au^'for    '$5250. Plenty    of    entertain soldiers as "rugged, but I '    stating he was well and working farm* and ranch*', Con,** or call me    iovpcj if’ Miss Daniels    told how B    f0r money. NATH WHI IF REALTOR    casualty is taken care    of after he    A card received    bv Mrs. S S. Phone CTSMn* ^‘Xght^hone^sas    is evacuated from the    front lines    Stubbs, 1642 Victoria    from her son. After beinR taken to a collecting    pfC Robert L. Stubbs said he was station, having the wounds tagged    interned by the Japanese and was and then sent to a clearing station,    believed to have been mailed when casualties are taken tc an evacua-    hP was first captured tipn hospital of which Colonel Ad-    Aj50    receiving cards were Mr ......_ anis us the chief of the one which    an(j Mrs. Oscar Simmerle of Lawn    good    c»-in .’* rn in so    Approximately Miss Daniels described    whose    son 1$ Milton Simmerle; Mrs    rI L 1 fa(rh-P,«cHve'*nd    steady  — I On the dav she visited the hos-    Merle    Cl irk. 1841 Orange, mother    on an    uoivu.i Top ii ?$    paid    good modern^ 5°2rr*s°«n uluiTiM^id^    -aid    Colonel    Adams    and    of Burton Clark; Mrs. J A Hele-i*"d l p 1R0 2',° ,b* HMVtor Livestock \vrA» LOTS LOK SALE SMAI L acreage for sale. 2617 Pine.    _ /ARMS & LANDS 30 31 FORT WORTH FORT WORTH. Aug 8—(UPI —Livestock Cattle 5400 calves ijno cows active, strong to 2,r< higher Slaughter steer* yearling* bull' a n* «.!ef>U' gat calve* steady »* w^ak Stocker and feeder cattle and calves slow, steady. Medium and good slaughter steers .md yearling* ll no I VO. cutter and common grade* 6 50 ll OO Beef cows 7 no 10,50 cann-rs and cutters most! 4.00-7 00 nulls mostly 5,50 R 50 few higher Fat calves 7 25 12.25 cull* 5 50 7(10 Stock#! calve* and yearlings mostly 7 no moo few strictly home of Clyde 6 ____ _    real    buj    2 acres,' modem col joe Harrell of Waco were hosts man gqq Victoria, from Set, Don- 6* room house *'> ''/,2    to    Col    John Rogeirs of Washington,    nW Helrman and to Mrs T O wm senPqutck at the price $3750 E D C„ chief surgeon of all the Amor- Harbin. 1429 North 10th and Chris-r Kilpatrick. Ph 79 en dc  j lean medical st rvices in France. tlne and Charlene Holley, from ri and choice 150-178 iws I I 50- RO Stocker 16 gauge IWO 26-inch bicycles, in good condi- FOR SALE—Three 24 capacity hydran-tion, one with chromium fenders, bal-    lie dump beds. Complete with power loon tires. $25: the other $18. Phone i take-off. A l condition. Call Bob 4502 after 8 pm.    Sanford. 3201 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 21 JUST RECEIVED A new shipment of Men's Wrist Watches Also Elgin, Waltham & Illinois Pocket Watches. Ladies' and Men's Diamonds, Novelty Jewelry and Luggage. HARRY GOLTZ ARMY STORE 168 Chestnut Street    Phone    8301 1643 S THIRD PHONE 2-0455. ROOM & BOARD 23 ROOM * Board for 2 or 3 3017 Waverly. Country Club Addition. ROOM & BOARD WTI)—23B WANTED Room and board in private home. Box 75-A. % Reporter. 24 RENT BUSINESS FOR RENT:    40x120    building    Suitable for fruit stand, second hand shop or repair shop. Large enough for living quarters. Apply 826 Oak St. WANT RENT HOL SLS 24-B THREE permanent civilian adults des perately in need of 3 or 4 room un furnished house or apartment. Please drop a card or call on J. H. Robert- son. 91Q Locust. _  ___ _ WOULD like 3 or 4 room furnished house or apartment. No pets, no children. Permanent resident. Call 20497. leave address _________ ASFTC Officer. wife urgently need furnished house or apartment. Care property guaranteed Local references Ph. 8018.______________ PFC . Wife' two children. Fortunately I am permanently assigned at Camp Barkelev I have a new home fully furnished at El Paso, hut I cannot live without my family here I nerd a 2 bedroom furnished house which will receive treatment of my own home References exchanged Phone 8141 Ext 54 Pfc. H A. Reinhart. MEDICAL" Officer-and wife desire fur nished house or apartment. No children or pets. Mrs. Gibson 5680 FURNISHED HOUSE FOR quick sale and immediate poises sion.    4 rooms,    breakfast    nook    and bath with 4 piece plumbing. Built in cabinet. A real suburban home witn about 2 acres ground. Located I mile South McMurry college, mail at door, bus service available. Offering above furnished as i* tor one week at $3300. with 4 cash Bal. like rent.    Also have    4 acre oullding    site with    city water    A lights,    all weather road $950. See owner 2. W. Kenner Res_7628 Bus.    20152;_ SIX room brick completely remodeled Like new Alta Vista School District Immediate possession Phone 7501 "SOME SPECIALS" 4 ROOM frame garage attached large lot. Near North Park school. $3175 SIX ROOM BRICK, large sleeping porch —$4500 00 $1500.00 Cash, Balance Monthly. PRACTICALLY NEW SIX ROOM SMALL TWO STORY with two baths $8000.00 furnished. "Thf.$r men were mighty proud of their hospital", Miss Daniels said. "and that would be putting it mildly. I don’t blame them". She described the operating room, which leo ACRES. 7 miles from Abilene_OJI paved highway, $22.50 per acre. Call 5753.  __________ HAVE buyers for Texas ranches, any size. Write us all about your ranch. Boh Manuel. Colorado, Texas i3;ooCfrun U”*    rierge°pecans!    weii I is lined with white Sheets and said. a elect pump good hen house oar Tj1Py n,ust have had every piece feneef>anCI7ttlfia* pTa^eThat Trebly I of medical equipment anyone would improved^ T W Holmes, Clyde    need." 617 ACRE stock farm ti miles out I . -....... 1     — Buffalo Gap highway $27 50 per acre. cash no trade no a nts. possession 1945 Lawrence Wall Phone 4618 HAVE Clients with cash to buy small and large farms and ranches Let us have your listings on city farms and ranches for quirk sales. E L Haag. Realtor. 28 Alexander Pldg Phone 7668.    _    ___ 270 ACRES 130 cultivation, good well. windmill. 4 room house garage, large ham; new IO ft by 20 ft chicken house, tank. 8 miles East Lawn Mrs I C P jCorrelL Ovalo. Route I CITY "property. Well located to schools Trade for farm. Address Box 86 A re Reporter tine I heir brother, Woody. Pvt. Thorne*; rom B. Jaycees Plan for New Youth Center Highlighting the business meeting of the Junior chamber of commerce yesterday in Hotel Woot.cn «a.t a discussion cif the youth center, to be located In the newly leased building at 949 South 1st. President Ben Richey was requested to appoint a club representative to the general steering committer by Wednesday, to replace Ai ledge Grey, Jaycee committeeman chosen chairman of the city committee. The club set a basket picnic, hon- Scout Campers to Meet Wednesday The 36 Bov Scouts scheduled to attend the Philmont, scout ranch a* Cimarron. N M . next week will meet with Charles Rutledge, area scout executive st 8 p. rn. Wed-nesriav in the Central Presbyterian church to receive final Instructions for the camp. Scouts will be accompanied to Philmont by Rutledge. Leslie Rerd. Ben Richey, the Rev. J. D F. Williams and Santa Anna and H. H Tucker. rn 11 v 1180 t lbs L, OO I I 40 pion a no 11 fvi Sheep ll,co klllinj e's-*e* stead*. Medium and aocd spring lambs 1130-i2 50. i'-imnwn springer* loco 11.00, M"dl'im grade «hern lamb* *nd yearling* n no o OO Medium and good shorn ewe*. 4.09- 50 cull and common ewe* 2 00-3 .30 ."Mr*. W. A. Ward, 618 Butternut, 1$ In Dallas where today she will meet her brother. A C White, yeoman fn t cli s, who has lust re-fumed to th* States from service overseas with the Seabees, Naval construct ic n battalion. Whits has been in North Africa, Sicily and Italy, and was with D-Day troops in Normandy He landed in America Thursday. FRANCE- FOR SALI—900 acre ranch two nets improvements, butane gas. hath electricity, plenty good water, good fences and cross Fence*, excellent grass, all-weather road. Priced reasonable. Call 7113 or write 1214 Chestnut. Abilene Texas    _ FAH.VIS and rancri loans 4 to 5% M Shaw 216 Alexander Bldg  _ n^inmesSeVifravou' want To seu give mr i onng members’ families, for Mon- Stamford, was killed in action in the Stamford Men's Brother Is Killed Stamford, Aug    8— 'SpD—Sgt Fred Schoenerstedt. brother of Martin and Paul Schoenerstedt of COMBINATION FIVE nice, three years old ROOM. -$465000. NEW FOUR ROOM F. H A two bedrooms. extra nice—$4250.00, $1050 OO Cash and $28 42 per month. FIVE ROOM, four years old $4250.00. SEVEN ROOM, hardwood floors, large rooms, nice porch—$3500.00.    $1500.00 Cash, Balance Monthly. FIVE ROOM, Good Condition $3750.00. $1000 00 Cash. EIGHT ROOM BRICK DUPLEX renting $97.50 per month. $5000.00. furnished SIX ROOM DUPLEX, extra well located, excellent condition—$6500 00. vour listings, extra 145 ACRES 6 miles North Cm** Plain* all In cultivation good improvements, plenty water One of the best pro during farms in that country The prica is right L. H HARRISON REALTOR 1018 Grand    Phona    4744 day night, Aug 21 in State park. Warrant Officer at Base Gets Promotion CAPTAIN. Wife. and two small children badly In need of furnished or unfurnished house. Local references. Property care guaranteed Call 5607 LfT’wife and-5-yV—old daughter must | TRIPLEX, income $175.00 Price $7500 00 have furnished house. Local refer- | SIX ROOM DUPLEX on pavement and bus line. completely furnished, rent $90.00 Price $5000 00. conquest of Siapan. the family was informed Aug. 4 Sergeant, Schoenerstedt was in the Fourth division. United States Marines. He had formerly lived at Taylor in Williamson county. _________ Promotion of Robert B. Sparks Besides his brothers here he is rn acres, so cultivation, cross fane# of Zurich. Ran., to the grade of survived by his wife, and baby son, a creek with springs and between 2on w;irrant 0fflcer. senior grade, was whom he has never seen, and two and bathPecElectricity,^two windmills announced bere bv Col. Harry Wed- sisters, Mrs W. C Stafford of AUS-$3,000.    dington commanding officer, Abl- j tin and Mrs A A Lott of Dallas. 640 ACRES plenty improvement*. 300 lone Army Air base    Mrs. G. L. Dotson of Hamlin is an farm. balance grass, $26 50 acre.    Chief Warrant Officer Sparks Is aunt. I rf DUCK WORT I    assigned to diiri in the of fur of rn citizen* Bldg. Phone 9231 or 775» Colonel Weddington as assistant -------I adjutant. a , section ranch    gon of anfj Mrs BPn Sparks LOCATED twenty miles south of Sweet- qf ZUl'i( h. Cpl. Spaiks joined the service as an enlisted man on June Absentee voting picked up a little 26 1841 At the time he was given MonfJav when 12 votes wpr, ctrt a warrant, junioi trade, he was ^ office of the county clerk in Absentee Voting Records Pick-Up water, two miles on pavement 3500 acres ownad 1750 under cheap lease. Fenced with net wire into seven pastures. A dandy sheep, gnat. and cattle ranch. Would consider trade for land closer to Abilene serving as a staff sergeant. enceg. Call 3877 PERMANENT essential civilian family needs 4 or 5 room unfurnished house References. Phone 4096    _____ HOUSE, furnished or unfurnished by manager of Jewelry Store. Call or write W Grush. 126 Pine— Phone 5785 ______________ 5 ROOM furnished house or apartment by permanent major oil co. representative. Call 7285. CIVILIAN postal employee needs unfurnished house in country. Prefer some acreage. 5953._ CAPt7 wife 4 yr. old daughter would like two bedroom furnished house Quiet family No smoking, no drink ing Phone 3186 K Call Gordon T. Davis J. Q. CARTER Phona 4534 FARMS & I,ANDS 31 W. S. WAGLEY REALTY CO 602 4 A'e-ander FOR QUICK BALE Sales—Loans— Insurance Property Management Phone 3224 <59 ACHE stock farm at Cozart. price 20()4 AURE stock farm Southeast O' 332 ACHES grass land 15 n-11'*** from . Trent nrlee *33    Abilene Good grass extra ood 'enees. Building 383 ACRE peanut    farm, near Cross everlasting tank good barns eorra s. peanut Plains—$15 acre. IO ROOM Brick home North side 5 ROOM frame    and    furniture close    in on North side 6 ROOM duplex near McMurry. LARGE 6 room brick south side. CHURCH    cf Christ    Minister    wants    75 h T lot. HOO blk    Mulberry. a 5 room    house on    south    side    by    CHOICE 5 000    arr#    ranch—$20 acre. August 24th Phone 3096.    130 ACRE farm    18 miles our $4500. TOM BACON Phone 9547 Possession Terms $22 per acre. close in on SOME good farms for sale near Abilene E I MONTGOMERY 308 CITIZEN BANK BLDG. PHONE 3984 OR 7748 ROOMS FOR RENT Jo UPSTAIRS bedroom No linens furnished 1725 N 5th after IO a rn levo FT ATY RES SYX 8-8 .'ATU Inf WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED NICELY Furnished south bedroom, convenient bath, close in, for man. 909 Hickory.__ ROOM-- for 2 or 4 gentlemen. Private entrance adjoining bath. Close in. Phone 2-0388 ‘ Patience, boy, only another half-mile back to our lines I’* ROOMS WANTED 25-B J. L. ATTEBERRY 320 Citizens Bank    Ph.    6733    or    *242 FARM and rancn .nan* * to S'"* M Shaw 216 Alexander Bldg    ____ HAMLIN CLOSE IN on Son ut .jide, triplex, if fib 0    --- income over 30',;. If) Acres 2 miles south Clyde good water, high-line. IS acres in crops. $1600 Lovely 5 rooms South Side, PHA $5 500. Loan $2 700 payments $22 41 I 6 Rooms furnished. South Side, $5,500 FOR SALE 169 A    140    cultivation    Good 4 room house Fine water veil school bus mail route If sold soon all rent* go with deal    Located    near Hamlin Texas I HAVE some good black land farms for sale. D. M. WHITE 250 ACRES ne;ir Abilene on pavement. Nice ti room home Bath. commode, natural ga.* IOO in cultivation. Lots of pecan* and minerals intact. $14,000 Some terms NK"E 5 room house on Palm $4,100 $1,000 cash term* on balance M M THOMASSON 123 Chestnut St.    Phone    4252 Rddition to Saturday’s thrff, Vivian Fryar, clerk, said. Only three new requests had come in this morning. A total of 138 have been mailed service men, she said. Voting, which began Saturday, continues through Aug 22, for the second primary. Persons who will be out of the county on Aug 26 are requested to file absentee ballots as soon as possible TEXAS FOR SaLE 5ood STOCK farm. 6 mile* of Abilene WANTED: Unfurnished room or house at once Please call mornings Elderly lady. Garage apartment, 1774 Oak. Farm and Ranch Loan* P. P. BOND. REALTOR 214 Mims Building Phone 8017 ap proximately 1200 acres one-half in cultivation including all tools and livestock One-third    cash, balance terms SEE OWNER THOE D. HUMPHREY 1016 MAGNOLIA BUILDING DALLAS. TEXAS Dead and Crippled Animals REMOVED FREE Call Collect 4001 or 6513 (Niehls Sundays Holiday* Call 6<>XI) CENTRAL RENDERING CO. 491 Lariat* PUBLIC RECORDS ULEP IN 42nd DISTRICT LOI RT Judge Milburn S. Long, Prodding Delmar Watkins vs Onyx Refining corporation, suit for damage*. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Jack Edwin Etheridge of Sacramento. Calif , and Jeanne Hayes of Bakersfield Calif. Ray E. Malott of Indianapolis, Ind and Betty Jane Barr, also of Indianapolis Patrick Murphy of Liberty. 111., and Mildred L. Summy, also of Liberty John A Marran and Rebecca Hen# Rister both of Hawley i Leon R Alexander of Portales N M., and Ola Franc** Wilhoit, also of Por-1 tale*. Continued From Page One) ext da\" of the firet World War. In further grim underscoring of this anniversary came mounting reports of dissension in the German ranks and new threats from the uprising F renrh. The German counterattack in the Mortain area, made by four tank division*, was smashed. The strategic picture there had shifted until now the results of counterblows were considered less of a menace to the Allies than to the Germans who finally had decided to throw their armor into a .decisive encounter. Ground dcefnses and rocket-packing typhoons and fighter bombers ripnrd up IOO to 150 of the enemy tanks. The objective of the German blow was to split the Allied armies by cutting the Normandy-Brittany coastal corridor. (The German high command s broadcast communique said that the German counterblow was making good progress. It reported violent fighting against the renewed Allied attack south and southeast of C’aeri). As the Allied planes which hammered the charging Ger-man armored spearheads alighted at their bases last night. 1.000 RAE Halifaxes and Lancasters were warming up for the even more spectacular attack on the enemy’s anti-tank “wall" just south of ( aen. T ii e aerial bombardment. which broos bt around 6.700 tons of bombs down the heavily dos in positions comprising the enemy's only remaining firm anchor against the Allied onrush, probably was not as largo as that which preluded Gen. Sir Bernard L. Montgomery’* abortive shove-off from Caen on July 18. It was, however, the fir^t such heavy close-sup-port attack at night. The American advance elements at Le Mans were 40 miles farther into the interior of France than the area where the Germans launched their counterattack. ;

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