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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Tuesday, August 15, 1944 Page Six THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Eisenhower and Gen. Sir Henry TODAY'S PATTERN Tremendous Air Assaults Rock France, Riviera (Continued from page 1) BUSINESS SERVICES Rstesfcr Classified Ads snd Paid Notices DAILY CLIfsTOLM RECAPPING VULCANIZING RE-llners. Prentone coming. Thermo Royal, get It here while It's plentiful. Oils 2 and 5 gal. fine con tainers. Gas Market, 115 North Main St. Horace Towell, Mgr. t58 We ARE MAKING A TRIP TO DE- trot. Mich, the last of this week, have you anything moving at this time from either direction. Dennett Transfer, 406 8. 4th Bt. Phone 454. tt8x BENNETT TRANSFER, LOCAL and long distance moving. 406 6. 4th, Phone 454. YOUR PHOTOGRAPH OR BABIES t, tawen taken any size, enlargements made. Mtb. Raymond Turney, 1068 8. 5th St. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING. Write Box 442-P. WWTLOCK, 200-K. PLVMBER. PHONE tsnf PUR WALL PAPER PATTERNS are beautiful, and we have a good stock to select from. Stop and see us. Telephone 322. Clinton Lbr. & Supply Co. FOR PLUMBING, HEATING. ELEC-trlc wiring, and sheet metal see C. & J. Kamarata, 336 North Ninth St. Phones 20 and 163W. 17tf POUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Track and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanising and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD ANJMUL8 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T.-rre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wacbtel Co., Terra Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwiggins and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone SO. t5xf Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clin ton or 166-J-2, Montezuma. MALE HELP WANTED SALESMEN BUILD A FUTURE- National Meat Packers wants men for sales work, good opportunities. High Bchool graduates, 4-F, dis charged or draft exempt. Apply 406 South Fourth, Clinton. t47x BOY FOR MORNING NEWSPAPER route: guaranteed weekly salary; no Sunday delivery, White's Pharmacy. 8-14 BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Cllntonlan. Help Wanted Female WANTED A PART TIME HOUSE- keeper. Mrs. Dow Mitchell, 439 Walnut St. GIRL WANTED. PLY VICTORY t49x Diner. PAH) NOTICES NOTICE ! v Jerusalem Lodge, No. 99 F. A. yhX M. Stated meeting. Tuesday, August id, 7:au p. m. Jonn Grif fith WM, Charles Brown, Secretary. t46 NOTICE! Home made ice cream supper, and cakes. Falrview Methodist Church, Thursday, August 17th. t48 PUBLIC NOTICES Flnt day Insertion: le for ach wading Una (one column lint, like mot of tbaee). Next two dan Insertion: the same a. charge (you get Uiree days t double the jcoit ot the tint day). Next tbree days Insertion: the same le charge (you get a whole keek tire days) at three times the aost or one Insertion). Each group ot three days thereafter, 8c a Una. Blackface (like this) IOC per lino. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be 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 ease the person asking the publication ot the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOB SALE COLUMBIA RECORD 3G429. Buckle Down Wlnsockl, Shady Lady Bird. Benny Goodman Orchestra. 60c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. COLEMANGAS LAMP, PRE-WAR baby stroller, 12-Gauge shot gun, 33 shells, four Bautas, three hens, rooster, box long rifle shells, 610 N. Water, Clinton. t48x GLASS DOOR, SCREEN DOORS, new plywood board, new cabinet doors with . hardwood, dresser, kerosene store, linoleum and other ; articles, 405 So. 7th St. t47x 1 NUMBER 16 ELECTRIC PETER-sime Incubator. 5 Electric Brooder Batteries, 1 Electric Blood Testing Cabinet. 1 Stapling Machine and staples. Baby chick boxes and egg crates. Rosedale Electric Hatcheries. Rosedale, Ind. Phone 39. t47x ONE 4 HP SHAW 1U ALL HKJH wheel garden tractor: Al ootid i tion cultivator; diner, breaking plow; rolling cutter extra share; extra rims power turn, three speeds forward and reverse. Call evenings after 5 o'clock. Harry Replogle, rear of 808 Bo. Main Bt. t47x RED HOUND DOG, JAMES POFF, Clinton, H. R. 2 one mile west and M mile south of Universal. t48x HOUSEHOLD GOODS, 8 PIECE dining room suite, radio, chest of drawers, desk. Anna Shirke's, Shirkevllle, Ind. t47 ONE FRESH COW AND ONE BULL, Ed Kanlxer, R. R. 1 t48x GOOD USED FURNITURE AND ICE box. 1208 Pike St. t50x SMALL, WHITE, ENAMEL COAL heater. 535 Nebeker Street. t46x GOOD OATS. ROY STURM, EIGHT miles NorthweBt of Clinton. t46x PEACHES FOR CANNING! NOW IS ' the time. This Is the place. 9th , and Elm Street Market, open un-: til 9 p. m. for your convenience. We have favored out trucks and , saved our gas to haul peaches. If 1 you don't get them It won't be our fault. You can save your gas, tires, and money here. McCracken and Sons. 302 South Main and 9th and Elm Streets. t40f FOUR ROOM thew Street. HOUSE, 845 MAT-t54x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO ERA-zil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 13C-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any Usui yon nit Clinton Anto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, i a, CUntoav Mtf LOST pies lines in the rear of the Riviera in vasion area to throttle at birth any attempted enemy counter-attacks. Rnll and highway bridges were prime targets, with those near Valence, Bourgsanandeol, Donzere, Le Tell and Ponts Anesprlt hit especially hard. At the same time, fleets of medium Marauders continued to pound the Cannes-Toulon regions. Nasi Air' Force (,one 1 Presumably the air fleets had virtually a clear field for their attacks, since an official spokesman announced earlier in the day that Nazi air forces In southern France have been wiped out by the co-or dinated blowB of Mediterranean and Britain based Allied planes which yesterday gave airfields In the Invasion area a terrific lacing. "Now we're standing by to come In again if the Nazi air ' reserves should show," he added. Drop Leaflets, laMPA He revealed that the high spot of the co-operative air effort came when 44 tons of leaflets containing the proclamations of Gen. Dwlght D, With The OosnpHmeats Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for ROBERT LINDSEY 241 N. 6th St. Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day YOUR NAME HAY BE NEXT COLUHDIA Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE CHEAT GUY With James Cagney Mae Clark PLUS MEMPHIS BELLE Aviation Special "NO ALTERNATIVE" Victory Short THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT With . Don Ameche Janet Blair Jack'Oakie "FIXIN TRICKS" MGM Short "Mackinac Island" Traveltalk RELY ON... 1 1 and has been promised in time to be put in place. Work on the heating plant has also been done and it is hoped that the trouble has been corrected. Bchool will open on Sept. 1, at 9 a. m. Regular classes will begin Sept. S. Principals' meeting will be held at Newport, Aug. 30 and the county institute August 31. t HIGHEST Tor Tour , Ugc J Ccrs COLEMAN AUTO CO. 335 S. 3rd St Phone 427 pcroi THE PCTUPES CLINTON'S COOLEST SPOT 9c FINAL TCE. 40c Jammed with Jire... Crammed will) Jojr 1 CHKtUE BESET .... .imtiM IAN 6" - 6LH6SAY- TBDYPOWOl'Sa" fiirn DIDC9S rim i h ' Sl m, 1 L 5 Color Cartoon .News , 1 L 'S Maitland Wilson were dropped, long with safe conduct passes and leaflets of Instruction to the French resistance movement. Mediterranean-based craft have flown 2,700 sorties today, the spokesman said, adding that all bridges along the Valence route; primary Nazi line of supply, have been blown up. Another railroad and highway extending Into Italy from France also has been severed, retarding any Nazi counter-moves. Nazi Opposition Light The spokesman revealed also that Nazi aerial oppoBltion and flak over the . Invasion area has been "the lightest In several months," which contributed to the selection of that area for the landings. One Fortress observer provided strong evidence that the Nazis were caught napping by the landings when he returned to his base and reported that "there are no big Ger man troop concentrations for uo miles Inland." Meet No Fighters Flying more than 1,000 sorties. fighter-bombers which took off from their bases In the darknesB before dawn raked the invasion beaches "at will," according to returning crews. Not a Bingle enemy fighter was sighted and only three missions encountered any flak. In the first flight, 500 Maraud ers and Mitchells smashed at beach obstacles, gun emplacements and highways. Some dropped their loads along the water's edge, touching off land and sea minefields and clearing the way for the first assault waves. With the first landings under way, the air support was doubled and enemy pockets of resistance were wiped out by planes operating under tiie direction of the ground commanders. Troops Hecure Beaches Official sources announced that the troops speedily secured their benches, after which the planes were directed against inland targets. Today's attacks followed three days of constant assault upon key objectives along the Riviera by Al- ied warplanes. Blast Nasi Airdromes LONDON, England. American heavy bombers, striking on the heelB of a comparatively strong attack by RAF Mnsquiios on Berlin last night, blasted 10 Nazi air bases and landing strips in Belgium and Germany by daylight today, leaving a scene of desolation in their wake. V. S. Air Force headquarters, announcing that "very strong forces of Fortresses and Liberators" carried out the attacks: indicating that squadrons probably" totalling more than 1.000 bombers took part. ResultR were described as "generally excellent." Targets Included se'-en "air bases" and three 'air dromes," all bombedivlsually, thanks to ideal weather conditions. Swift Drives Hit TkAttlOinitllY A A a I. aivumiiiiug Ten-Mile Gap (Con tin a Ml Prom rait ) inK ground to the north. Last-ditch German resistance was said to be still stiffening and there remained no evidence of any large-scale German withdrawal from the Normandy pocket. Coordinate in(MUgnfl Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme commander of all forces in western Europe, watched closely as Allied armies which Invaded south ern France at dawn today coordina ted their campaign with the drive of the troops in Normandy to cruBh the enemy military forces in the subjugated country. The supreme commander before Christmas of last year planned the campaign in southern France as a complementary drive to the battle for northwest France. Nazi Battle lNwperfttely All along the Falaise-Conde-Tfn-cherbray front in Normandy the Allied forces made progress against strong German resistance as the Nazis sought to stem the overwhelming onslaught on the ground and from the air. 6.00x16 No Rationing BULLETIN (Continued from page 1 NEW YORK, N. Y. France lias "found heraelf again' and the "last blow is about to be struck" for the Ittterathm of the German-dominated country, Radio Prance at Algiers said today hi commenting on the new Allied landings. "All France is a blazing furnace In which the butt energies of 4Jie invader are being cuwuimed," said the lroadcat reported by federal government monitors, LONDON, England. (Several German vessels were damaged early today In three separate engagements fought tiy a Hrftfsh naval force off the German-occupied French naval base of Ja Rochelle. An admiralty communique said the enemy craft were severely damaged. WASHINGTON, I. C. Final reward for his smashing Tunisian campaign came to ht. tion. George S. Pat ton today when the senate unanimously confirmed his promo tlon to be a pennant major general. The reflate acted as Pat ton was leading the American Third army In a lightning drive across France. The senate military affairs committee earlier had unanimously recommended that the "blood and guts General be promoted. Perrysville School Ready To Open On September 1 Water and heating trouble at the Perrysville school is hoped to be under control when school starts on Sept. 1, Trustee Cortz Jones stated recently. The pump house for the school Is now completed and the ditch for the piping has been dug and the pipe laid. Placing of well pumps for the water system is being done as rapid ly as material can be supplied. One pump has been ordered since June With the Compliments of SWIMMING POOL CLINTON There are 2 Free SWIM TICKETS Waiting at the Clintonian Office for Mrs. Anton Scaggari Watch This Space Dally BIG FEATURES JOHN WAYNE Make up Pattern 9224 to play a double role. Wear the pinafore as is, apron-wise over other dresses with or without sleeves. Pattern 9224, In misses' sizes: 12. 14, 1C, 18. 20; women's: 30, 32, 34. 36, 38. 40, 42. Size 16 takes 3 yds. 35-in.; yd. contrast. This pattern, together with a needlework pattern of useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments, TWENTY CENTS. , Send TWENTY CENTS In coins for these patterns to The Dally Cllntonlan, Pattern Dept., 155 N. Jefferson St., Chicago 80. III. Write plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NITMHER. Send FIFTEEN CENTS more for the Marian Martin new and digger Summer Pattern Book. 32-Pages, easy-to-make styles. Free pattern printed, In book. Invasion Progress Following Plans, Washington Says (Continued from pace 1) ing to well exceuted plans. Military sources asserted that from meager reports the situation seemed to be developing in a satis factory manner due to careful preparations prior to D-Day and to the use of an estimated record number of 14,000 air-borne troops. It was explained that the German first army deployed In southern France has been somewhat weakened by withdrawals In recent weeks to support the hard-pressed Nazis In the Normandy sector. The new surprise landing was de scribed by War Department experts as a serious move by the Allies to form a junction from the Bouth with the Allied forces closing a trap on the Germans xln western France. It was explained that once the southern forces get well established and receive enough supplies there I undoubtedly would be a mutual ! type manuver between the southern and western forces. Great assistance is ex pec tad from native Maquis who already have been harassing the Nazis in the strategic Rhone valley area. The Rhone valley Is the natural route for the invading armies as they move northward toward the junction with forces in the Normandy sector. The War Department would riot, disclose the number of American, British and French troops in the invasion force, but reports frorn, Eud-ope said the force was bigger than the first Normandy invasion army. First Breaks In Heat Wave Seen; Crops Near Ruin ( Continued from page 1) There were good rainfalls, how- ever, In North and South DaJtota and in Minnesota. These rains, the weather bureau said, would work ! their way into northern Wisconsin and upper Michigan and might be expected to become general when the cool weather which has hit the northern tier ot states west off the Great Lakes spreads to the east and south. James Daueherty left for Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Sunday, to spend next month with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Turner. ' J J, ?jl ' Trr alk-S.lt.r ft BuiirH, -Btetaias UUC AcWac HMriN, AeM taSMUM. Flint, prompt, Mleetlve. f H Hf. Hlsrh Vitamin ONK-A-DAY Viumin Tablet. A ud D tablcta fa yellow boa B C PsALAcn; BLACK ZIPPER BILLFOLD BY ice plant. Contains C book, important cards and pictures. Return to police station. Reward. Pearl Thomas. t46x CLAIRE TREVOR IN BIRTH CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby .given that Marguerite May Jones has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court or Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 22nd day of August, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. "GTAGECOACE.T BLACK PURSE CONTAINS SUGAR and kerosene stamp ration book. Billfold contains money. Return to Cllntonlan Office. t47x B U L O V A WRIST WATCH IN front Df Martin's Used Furniture Store, corner of 7th and Vine Streets. Keepsake. Reward for return. Frieda Martin. 203 North Seventh Street. t48x FOBRENT 9c-35c ANDY DEVINE THE STORY OF mnunrnpzii. ...a mug from the wrong side of townwho had a right side to Ms heart! Tie Guy Who Out-Cagneys CAGHiy! Heavy Eater One woodchuck eats one to two pounds of greens each day and in a month may consume 60 pounds of fresh green vegetables. FnCTC.lV-CC.'lTnCLLED WHEEL 632-M. CHAIR. TELEPHONE t49x FOUR ROOM HOME. INQUIRE AT 518 North Main St. t47x MODERN FURNISHED AI'ART-nent. Close In. 415 South Third Street. t43f WE PAY CASH FOB USED FURNITURE AND STOVES ONE PIECE OR A BOUSE FILL Taylors Radio Service 4M N. Mb Bt. Phone 702 WANTED TO BUY WILL PAY CASH FOR MODERN borne, close in, If price Is reason-1 able. Write Box A, 442 Clinton. I Ind. Certificate Required. GUARANTEED SATISFACTION FOR THE PEOPLE Loans to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. POLAND'S dl pirn, tabtatt in tfe pvko. ' I'-vs rr nil ii ii in. in ii. e9' Witr, ..i.cb.. mm FlilESTONE-TEXACO SERVICE 225 Blackman St. Phone 62 CLINTON. INDIANA 120 S. Mmla St. CUnta, lad. TuiHi Um mmir m ttrmOti. IMtaMl vbn M to Ms I V i

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