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Thursday, August 17, 1941 THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page twe il i ) " 1 ' "" et ux to Oliver jinal plat of Clnton. $376. Doinenick Uaiino Matthew Mary C. Hinds to Fountain ir..i.,nionil et ux lot J Pcrrysville Casualty . r i . Straughn et ux-pt. 18-19-9. $1. Park add. to Clinton. $1. Frank Kern et ux to John Can -bil lots 10 and 11 West Clinton. $1. V B Nichols et ux to Paul H. Foltz et ux Pt. lol 8 block 14 orig- New Strike Halts Muncie War Work; Three Are Settled Real Estate Transfers J Ss SSSSSS SSBS .aSSSSK w Fred D. Morrison et ux to Thomas C. Dickenson et ux pt. 27-14-10. Paul Meschen to Joseph Meschen Clauified Ads Sell Most Anythin Land, Airborne Forces Join In South of France (Continued Irom page 1) (Continued trom page 1 ter another Into the heart of France ever since Aug. 1 when Pattoa officially took over the reins of the third army, today he stands within 40 miles of Paris on a front that la broadening steadily and encompasses much of the strategic north bank of the Loire where it runs through Orleans and ou to the east. The master strokes netted an estimated 100,000 (lerman casualties in killed, wounded or captured. They left the rank and file of prisoners gaping, punch-drunk and demoralized through the tremendous speed of their defeat, which practically crumpled Field Marshal (iuen- Company, memhers of the U. A. W. of the CIO, Local 458, walked out yesterday, Ray Desmond, personnel mananer, Baid the company had received no Hut of grievances on which a strike could be baaed and wan at Iobs to explain the action. "Junction with Hi strong air-bora unit dropped far behind the ensory Unas before dawn on D-Dny has baB effected," the communique Mid:. "French onil American reinforce-bieUts. Including armor, are pour-luf ashore. ther von Kluge's Elite units. "VSe a I te s f- bcroy Evverruad, union president, declined to make, any statement until after a union meeting: tonlKlit. 'Casualties continue exceptionally Unlit. "Mai. Gon. Alexander Patch, commanding the Seventh Army, announced that the landings were spearheaded by three veteran divisions. , "Our troops are now within 10 miles of Toulon and 10 miles of Cannes." laimlinffii Bracttet Toulon (New Allied landing attempts A US Third Army Scores 60-Mile Breakthrough (Continue! V Fe 1) et ux lots 19. 34 and 47 Zener'u add. to: Newport. $1. 1 Frances Littleford et al to Joseph Meschen et ux lots 19, .14, and 47 In Zener'a add. to Newport. $1. Belle S. James et nl to Hiihie Yoho et ux pt. sections 31 and 32-18-. tison. Pell Coal Corporation to D. F. Mc-Kennle et al pt. sections 10-1 4- 15-16-9. $1. Vivian Payne to Earl D. Wlilt-worth et ux pt. 16-14-9. $1. 1 Elsie Sternnl to Dave Gideon et al lot 37 Commercial Club add. Clinton. $1. Dave Gideon et ux to Dorothy Cottrell et al lot 37 Commercial Club add. Clinton. $1, Ella Kaufman to Oklo I.awsrm et al lots 1, 2. 3 and 4 In block 2 Highland. $590. Home Owners Loan Corp. to Prior Peer et ux lot 3 II. It. Whlt-comb's add. to Clinton. (1. Dollle Wiltermood to Raymond Turner et ux lot 8 Llvengood's add. to Clinton. $100. Sante Forte et al to Mary H. Wilson et al lota 50 and 51 Fair-view Park. $1. ' Blanche human et al to Elfiie Pheeters pt. 5-14-9. $1. Domenica Muasatto et al to John C. Sills et ux lots 86 and 88 In Uiii-TerBa.'ir. ' ' Don-t Neglect Slipping "' FALSE TEETH Missing In Action Staff Sergeant K d w I n Leon Brown, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-.i -Urnwn Tif PfirruHvtllA. has been larshmallow rhWoTateM reported missing In action over Hun another advance of two and one were reported by the German anen-ey DNI3 to have taken place on both half miles the Allies reached La gary since July 27 according to word received by the parents from Drive la 1 For CURB SERVICE Friday thru Sunday TUt OUR 4 SANDWICHES ' FKfEXCH FRIES - ICE CREAM COFFEE SOFT DRINKS SiPE ED-GRILL DRIVE-IN Landc and St. Simeon, fiernians Cleared !"llli Area Ice Cream the War Department. Young Hrown, an emergency gun- anri rarftit nnerntor on a B-24 Headquarters said there now are no German troops west and north ! sides of Toulon, and the agency Isaid the Allies had established 1 themselves in Cannes 65 miles : northeast.) I American reinforcements, inciud-! ing armored units, poured steadily : ashore alone the Riviera. Liberator Bomber flew to Italy from UY WAt SONDS Advanced elements smashed their 1 way inland 11 miles from the south Making top. notch chocolate ice cream in like making top. I,., till chocolate cake, lou've pot to uic loth of cliocolatc. That's hhy, in our Mealiest (Jiocolatc Marshmallow. you (;el fcilfli a rieli chocolate ilav or. And it's all through this ire .cream because HeoenJ the !c!io(j!atc and marslunallow. ' coast as the landing operations mov- ' ed forward at a rate exceeding ex pectations, headquarters of ;cn. Sir of the line running from Conde to Klers. Numerous points fell in the American eastward push throwing wide open the routes to Paris. Chartrea, 43 miles from Paris, Dreux. St. Calais, Chateauneuf, Cha-teaudon and historic Orleans were taken In the extensive sweep, flatter IiarriradM The American armor battered down barricades which the Germans bad ertctd in the oatsktrts of Chartrea and destroyed enemy defense nests . to charge through the city 'and send .spearheads moving ahead unchecked in the direction of Paris. Henry Maitland Wilson said. Airmen IHaat Knrany Meanwhile, the Mediterranean Al DOWN lied air force, flying more than ! SftO sorties, blasted the Riviera hin Topeka, Kan., sometime in May oi this year and had just completed his 20th bombing mission over Germany and German occupied countries before being reported missing. In the last letter received by the parents, 6gL Brown said that he had been in the hospital for a week but had recovered. No details of his illness were given: He also told bis parents that after his crew had returned from their last bombing mission, they had counted 28 mili-me-ter bullet holes In their plane between the radio operator's post and the tail "jsuraier.. ., - . Sgt. Brown, a graduate of Perrys-ville High .Sciiopl with the class of 1941, was 'drafted into the service, Feb. 1943. Hei received bis basic trainiag. k a( f St. Petersburg, Fla. From there! the young sergeant was sent to Tyndal Field, Fla., where he graduated from gunnery school and then attended radio and code school i U ifrlMg teeia drop, 9ttp or. ., wbl.le when:-f,u ti.Jk. iW, r.)k;li ''or mmw t I,n't ; anuoyerf wnif eiuhurrNtswit l.y surt liiiniUmi,. FAXTKKTII. mi .iilaulil.e (Df-acil( jx.Mder u x,rinkle on your pliiteg, ke falw leetli nem. firmly m-r. Comes the Hf Cost of Hearine" KRAFT CHEESE COMPANY HUNTINGTON, INDIANA : IFotuemr ctovftfAf fAtfifS, inc. y Hear Edwurd Everett Hurton in the Sraltest Village Sure i Program, Thursday, 8:30 P.M., WLW '' terland, choking off. Nazi regroup tug efforts, and also swept the Yu gosktvtau, Albanian, Creek and Hal Ian battle areas. 'QT . added ciilnforf. o ifiiinmy. noi-v, pi.hty fjlut. lA.iln t-JT ir . u-i'L.i...,',, 1 .. .. It was officially announced that at any drug attire. New Sensational Zenith Ra-dionic Hearing Aid sells for the MAAF flew 4,285 sorties on D- Day. MO Swift Red Drives Pound Forward On Warsaw, Silesia fContlnoed trom page It 'Old Blood and Guts' Army Poised for Final Blow to Seize Paris , CowpWte with crystal micra- pbone, xadionic tubes, batteries ! battery-saver circuit, made by Zenith Kadk) Corporation. Everybody can afford one now Ons model one price one qual ity Zenith's finest. No extras a "deeovs. at Sioux Kails. S. D. (Continued from page 1) through or around all strongpoints with bis armor and leaving the mo- fif:,ntrv behind tO CrUfih the At Christmas time, bgt. Brown was enroute to a replacement center at Salt Lane Center, Utah, and stopped In Perrysville to visit bis parents. He was then assigned to a bomber crew , at Peterson Field. Colo., and after he completed his training there was sent to Topeka, Kail. '- - Besides the parents, he has five sisters. Miss Flora Brown of Rich- Radionic Five German counter attacks were burled against Red army positions west of Hiauliai, in Lithuania. German assault waves were smashed back from Russian lines rita heavy losses to the attackers. ! ., lCMtoniail Drive Advance , , In southern Estonia the third Bal rear nests of resistance, Patton made Hearing Aid You'll find (lie 1ar-KalnH you've been l.Miklnie fur, bargains In purw aud imint KaviiiK values, at all of tli Independent ( ; NM-er' h 1 1 Ht4d here. Patronize home own-mi and home onerat-et KrH'eH(fl for real Kat infant Ion in Iiop- !; K( ntc t o Kiiiart KhopptnK the VnirHl Home iroc-er'H Tra! Mark. Mitre thtui Kymbol ft'M a hure hIkii of the, lteflt In qualJisr fMMlx and liouwlml'i Uemn, at fair priven i;d courteouH tral-nicnta Hlwp wher you are ture if the ttent fr !. the boldest use of every major anu secondary highway to run circles a-round the Germans. ua h,tm onnrnuoii And dlaoraanlz- You eafi decide for yourself in a few moments. .f. Antwimi by American Medical Atwcio-pon Council on Physical 1 hereto j land. Wash.; Mrs. Sam Parke of I Danville, 111.; and Vtnemore, Caro tic army of Gen. Ivan MaslennikoV smashed forward and cleared the western border of Lake Pskov with cd them while the air forces grip lyn and Ellen Marie, an at noine; and one brother, Bartley, at home. ped the sates ana siraieu vm-iu; movements wherever they showed. It has been one amazing blitz af- a eeen-mlle advance that captured the own of Rapina. A five-mile advance on a 33-mile front 4Mrth-of; 4e Pfeltov-Valfra -rail-joad seized" ifteniasikulit,; 2t iiilles Corn Flakes Farmers Pride TrtJirr Tarftrf 3noz.Pkgs?25c 2 lViLb.Pkgs. 9c IfMMfiSPRIDEl Everybody raws "a bout your j KM CORN 1 SALT Farmers Pride salads,' Peg.What's the secret? FLAKES W J Delicious Sips Tea tu 23c tV- fz ) 'ft i COFFEE Farmers Pride Dauntless Dessert 3p 20c St Bernice; :-Picnic Held Heme Ec Club Enjoys Breakfast on School Lawn; Other News Mrs. Rendle Endicott and children. Charles and Betty Lou. enjoyed a few days with Mrs. Endicott's sister In Crete. III. Mrs. Hoy Fortner and daughters. Beverly and Betty Ann of near Dana, were visitors Tuesday in the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Homer McBride. The St. Bernice Home Economics Club enjoyed the August meeting as a "picnic-breakfast" on the high school campus. The ladies took advantage of the beautiful out-of-doors oven and piping hot bacon, eggs, toast aud coffee supplemented by fried apples were enjoyed by eleven memhers. Afier the breakfast, the president. Mrs. Guy Kelley took charge of the meeting with Mrs. A. R. Foltz giving July A. Baker's lovely "Mizpah Prayer" for devotions. Mrs. Iturlin Hay gave a preview of the lei-son for September which will be held at the home of Mrs. Theo JAR RINGS MHJJOMS Cta Miracle Whip does work wonders with salads! A unique combination of old-fashioned boiled dressing and fine mayonnaise. Miracle Whip is by far America's favorite salad dressing. .. Grapefruit Juice FRUIT PECTIN Do, gc ftgj Dauntleis can 0 Dauntless ' Pkg. Qc FLY SPRAY Fairview Cpl. and Mrs. Jacob Reiber and children and Mrs. Anna Reiber of Geneva spent the day Thursday, August 1, visiting Mr. and Mra. Russell Rush and son at New Market, lnd. Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce ot Scottland. 111. visited Cpl. and Mrs. Jacob Reiber and, family of Geneva, Friday, August 2. James Dean spent Wednesday in Terre Haute. James Myers spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myers. Louis Hendrix spent Wednesday in Terre Haute. Mrs. lleorge Ciine. and son. George, Jr. and Mrs. James Cline spent Wednesday in Terre Haute. Bobby Turbeville of South Bend is spending several days with relatives and friends. ' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Medley.' Mrs. Edith Wright and sons of Hillsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Doyne Cole and children of Hammond and Max Cole of South Bend spent Thursday evening with Mra, Margaret Brown and Mrs. Madge Price and son, Roland. " Mr. and Mrs. Eschol Brown and daughter. Mary Sue of Bloomingdale spent Wednesday with bis mother, Mrs. Margaret Brown and sister, Madge. Miss Mary Weber, and Miss Betty Dunn spent Friday with MUs Margaret Mt-Adams of Terre Haute. Mrs. Gladys Dunn spent Friday at Paris. a S- American Corn Still another gift of Dame Nature to which ingenious Latin Americans have turned their talents is corn. In Mexico and Central America, baked into flat cakes and often garnished uith meat or cheese, ft constitutes an almost universal food as the celebrated tortilla. (IK) E-Z BAKE FLOUR 1 0 Lbs. 63c ess Pint 23 Daunll fell SUPER SUDS PRESTO-WH3TE P & C SOAP IVORY SNOW PALMOLIVE SOAP large box 25c 2 lbs. 19c bar 5crZt Ige. box 25c f '(j(H 3 bars 22c SMZ dore Hehman. Mr. and Mrs. David Ammerman are the parents of a daughter. Linda Jo. born Monday. August 7. The new arrival Is the third child. Mrs. Ammerman was formerly Miss Ruth Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Taylor and children of St. Clalrsville. Ohio are house guests of the latter s parents. Mr. and Mis. Theodore Hehman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pearman and daughter. Judy, of Gary. lnd. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pearman. Mr. and Mrs. Nye Parker and son. Jack, have rented a cottage on Twin Lakes. Paris. III. and are enjoying a week of camping there. Word has been received by friends of Mrs. Nelle Kendall Wann Shlrer, who is well known in tfcis vicinity, of the death of her husband, who was In the Civil Service empoy in Hawaii. He had recently undergone an operation. He was buried July 26th. Pvt. Richard (Dickey Goodwin) Jones, a former resident of St. Bernice. Iras made his first successful jump as a paratrooper1 and expects to be sent across soon. He is at present confined io a hospital at Kt. Dunning. Ga.- L ' ' 1 Mrs. Ida Foltx and daughter. Mrs. Joseph Weliuian of North Terre Haute, a'companled by Ms. Rose A "WEATHERS EE RAJNR-SHINS COAT FOR ACTIVE SERVICE I nlined $5.95 - $6.95 Lined $7.95 - $8.95 You Jutt naturally look for bo lie quality, service and ilomino in everything yew buy today. Thof's why recommend this practical "WEATHEEBEE" Cotton Gab-. ardiif coat, shower-proofed by Impregnoie. In sunshine and shcwe'S, you couldn't da belter for comfort and smartness. Note the rafioad stitch. mg and the array af pockets. Sizes 10 to 20. AS FEATURED IN VICTOR PALOKCY Pike & Lincoln Street When You Buy Milk Always Buy Clinton Pure Milk SECONDINO BROS. ' Universal, lnd. UIE GIOVANINI 558 N. Eighth St. SS A lt 1- Bes4Ktac, -Mown Alter" MtMclet. ArM laAiffMtMK. Tkmtmnt. prompt, rrreciiy. - rs www. Taylor of Clinton were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Foltx. Xatural, Air-Force 7 TJ tbrt in the ycikMr box b C Hlue and Bed pirn. tblto im thm gref box. EAL'S MARKET 328 N. Ninth St. IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North 7th Street REWARD to housewives. Something new fur breakfast. Post's Raisin Bran, a magic combination of erisp-toasted wheat and bran flakes plut. California raisins. ROSENBLATT'S NEJRVINE Lrl, Tor Sh.pl. km, Uttf. Uiiiww w u law Ttiai.is Da anlr m 4um.twd. 9 AND MORE BONUS BUY BONDS ..f-t

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