The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 9, 1944 · Page 6
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, September 9, 1944
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Saturday, September 9, 1941. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN lnge Six YANK INFANTRY COLUMN UNDER ATTACK NEAR BREST Four Armies At Border; Repel Nazi Attacks (Continued from page 1) BUSINESS SERVICES 1 - k J Sir"' V I cover as a U. S. Infantry column is attacked on the outskirts of Brest, Signal Corps photo. (International) WABASH SUN., MON., TUES. their coasUi,,Ktrongpoints. Patrols were pushed close to the sea between Calais and Boulogne, with several bands reaching the hamlet of Leon Places on the main Uunkcr-que-Caluis highway. Far to the east, the Germans apparently were making a final and determined stand to prevent Lieut. Gen. George 8. I'atton'a Third Army from penetrating beyond the Moselle river line. Four ArinicM Storm In all, four Allied armies were encountering stiffening resistance, althotH'h In most caws they continued to gain ground as tiny prepared to open lie first large-scale in-lasion of the Beich. While the Bi'hliili Second Army enlarged Its bridgehead aero the Albeit canal In Belgium, the IT. s. 1st Army swept beyond captured Liege to within striking distance of the German frontier and the Third jneric:in Army poured strong tank ind infantry forces into five powerful bridgeheads across the Moselle river. t VaUe Belgian Town , Gen. Dwiglit D. Eisenhower's lioadtr:irirrs, which previously announced that a security news blackout would shroud the movements if the lour Allied armies to keep the Nazla guessing as to where the nuiu blows would strike In the battle for Germany, proclaimed the "complete rapture" of Bourg Leopold which was taken after the Britons crossed the Albert canal. nipples r'urnlsn Police uniforms Because Chief Fred Bosna of Zee-land, Mich., likes animals, thf two-man police force gets ne uniforms annually. A stray dog, given a home by the chief, four years ago, has presented him with litter of puppies each year sale of the pups pays for the uniforms, f l s Female Tars Russian ships employ 21,974 worrf. en sailors on river craft and 8,8aJ on seagoing vessels. Women are captains oi several of the nation's chips. With The Compllmeaita Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for DELBEKT HIATT South Fifth St. Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day VOUR NAME MAT BE NEXT 9c 8un Mon., Tues. 0c Color Cartoon "FISH FBI'" LATEST NEWS Anglo-American onRlautht and sever Its lines of communication. The main Nazi effort was made In a two-proiiKi'd counter-thrust In rii'lKium and northern France with Its heaviest weight heliiK thrown In the sector between Mile and (lent, official spokesmen at (Jen. Dwlght D. Klseiiliower's headquarters revealed. At the name lime. Nazi troops muBt-cn'H nil itieir atri'imth In an attempt to constrain the Third Army along the Moselle River hanks. Hitter rlirlit liases rtoth moves were repelled, but only after bitter fightinK in which the Allies lost possession of part of one Belgian town. For nearly 24 hours, without letup the r.ermans thrashed about in (he Lille-flent sector, striving with might and main to snap the principal Allied arteries. Official sources, announcing that the assault was stemmed this morning, described it as "misuceesHful." Fighting of exceptional violence flared along the first Uritish bridgehead across the Albert Canal in Belgium and the Nazis succeeded in re-Inking one portion of the town of Bourg Ijenpold. Other Cerman units trapped in the coastal sector above Dunkerque alno Lstruck In a heavy counter-thrust. but collapsed under heavy British fire. The Tommies countered immediately, launching a series of hardhitting assaults which were designed to pin the Nazis dovn inside motorized infantry systematically wiped out these pockets of resistance by-passed by their racing armored columns. Northeast of Warsaw where the Soviets are expanding their orfen- i she westward between the Polish capital and the southern borders of EaHt Prussia, the Nazis launched five vicious counter-attacks, the com- : mtiniiiue disclosed, but aJt were hal-' ted with heavy German losses. The Germans were driven out of several strong points. Moscow reported. -and in one sector a company of Nazi troops which refused to sur render was wiped out. Kav.iM 'uiilxu,-Atlttck ! Southwest of Jelgava, in Latvia, i where the Germans have been trying desperately for weeks to open an escape route for German troops sealed in the northern Baltics, other determined (ierman counter-attacks were reported. . PCKO rHEPCTURES CLINTON'S COOLEST SPOT JXhV f (mmw ii r . ' ' -a. 1 XLK I i Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Firit day insertion: Se for each reading line (ona column Una, Ilk one of these). Next two days lraertlon: the aame te charge (you get throe dayi at iouble the coat ot the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole keek five days) at three times the cost of ona Insertion). i Eacn group of three days there-j after, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. 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 organizations whoBe bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking tur publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOB SALE IKE 1 Bn7 CHEVROLET KNEE- nctinn. 732 So. 8th. tfifix CRAPES, JAMES VARDA, KLON-rfvke. 11. R. 3. tlilix ONE CIRCULATING HEATER, Extra good. 817 Vine St. tlHx -WHITLOCK, PLUMBER. THONE 206-R... l"4 TWO . CABINET RADIOS. C. A. Shoemaker, Lyford. . t04x ONE HORSE, WAGON AND HAR-' ness! S8 pullets five months old asd two brood sows with 12 five weeks old pigs. Dan Lyday, throe blocks west of Fuiryiew school, second house on the north. tC4x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too lone. Bring your baskets. McCracken'B Market, South Main Street. t&5f GHAHAM PAGE, FOUR DOOR Sedan. Draw 1900 miles. Good condition. Call at 4f.O North Ninth Street. tti4 FOUR ROOM HOUSE TO BE MOV-ed from lot. Inquire 318 North Third Street after 0:30 p. m. 4x TWEED COAT WITH FUR COL-lar, size 14 also plain black coat, size 12 or 14. 1534 So. Fourth. tiiCx USED ARMY SHOES. HELLO'S Shoe Simp, size 6 to 13, S0 N. 9th Street. ";4x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO 11RA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 13G-W. t 7-17-44 f COW AND CALF. FRESH IN DE-cember. See Anton Giaclierio, Centenary. iti(s BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Ante Wrecking Parte Co. Ernie's, flume 8, Clinton. . BARTLETT PEARS FOR EATING and canning. 250 North Ninth Street. tc5x NINE ALBUMS OF SYMPHONY Recordings, perfect condition. 425 North 9th St., Phone 302-M. t64x FOR OVERSEAS C H II ISTJIAS Kills see Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t79 LOST OR STRAYED SMALL BLACK AND WHITE DOG. mostly shepherd. Answers to name of "Lady". Missed from One-Half Century Club Home about mid-night Friday. Reward for return to 526 South Main. tfiox FIVE MONTH-OLD MALE BLACK cocker spaniel, children's pet. reward. 101 South 12th, or phone 403-R. t''5 FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street. . H3f HELP WANTED APPLE PICKERS Fruit Farm, Lyford. NARD1NS KiKx LOST BLACK AND WHITE RAT TKIf- rler. Return to 312 South Main. Reward. "'5 SMALL BLACK AND TAN MAN- rhesler Toy dog. Weighs about 3 "a pounds. Reward. "i'o Mulberry SI. Phone r,G2. PI USE CONTAINING DRIVERS license and oilier papers. Donald lluxford. Roseilale. nil.v BILLFOLD WITH MONEY AND Important papers. Friday evening. Call GOii-R or G34 Elm street. Reward. t'it PAID NOTICES JOIN OI R CHRISTMAS I.AVAWAV dull anil select a Keeake Ilia-moiid ring at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. tTH I l arv Grant, Janet llliiir mill Tell IIoiiiiIiInoii. principals of Colnmblii'H nliimsieiil comedy. "IHii'C I pun A 'lime," currently weiuling it cliuc- kli-Nome wny iii'iosm the ncl 11 of Hie Waliasli Thealre, lime up for the down beat n Hint old favorite, "Ye Hir, Tluit's My llnby." ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 lily tires The Gas Mar ket, 115 North Main Street, Clin ton. tfiOf MOIIKIIM.K VOl It KIAMOM) wild a ImhuiIIiiI new platinum mourning from Karaco's Jewelry Shop. I SKWnil TILE AND FITTINGS. . ("linlon Lunilicr & Supply Co., Tel 322. FOK i'Ll'.MBING, HEATING, ELEC-tiic wiring, and 3heet metal spe C. & J. Kamarnta, 3116 North Ninth St. I'hones 20 and 1D3W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recappln.e neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Boeart Mobilgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 53109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwigirlna and Hons, lirensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. tBxf Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L Bonebrake, Fhone.1034-4 Clinton or 1C5-J-2, Montezuma. FOUND ULACK, WHITE AND TAN B E A-gle. 1535 So. 7th St. tC4x FEMALE HELP WANTED LADY TO DO FAMILY WASHING and ironing. Call 22G tCCx WANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM MODERN home. Phone 492-R. tliflx MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TcTcARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 yearB or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. WANTED TO BUY WOOD FOR FIREPLACE. C. M. White, Jr. Phone 1G. tG4 Sweden Bans Nazi Overland Traffic; Trap Finn Forces (Continued from page I) dered Finn soldiers nortii of Itov-aniemi to evacuate their positions. The order was intended to protect the Finnish units from possible Russo-German encounters as the deadline approached. Meanwhile, refugees reaching the Swedish capital from northern Norway say the Germans have hardly any airforce left. Only five Nazi planes were reported on hand to protect Altafjord, where the Tirpitz is berthed. When the Germins used some GOO planes were based at Altaf jord. LONDON As the Finnish arm istice delegation in Moscow was reported today to have made its first "contact" with Soviet authorities, the Turkish radio revealed what It called the peace terms imposed on Romania by the Russians. According to the Turkish broadcast. Minister without Portfolio Juliu Maniu of the recently-formed Romanian cabinet announced the armistice terms as: 1 Bessarabia and Bukovlna will be returned to tile Russians: Free I'ltnKatfe to the RilKMan.s 2 Romania will assure free passage of Russian troops In Romanian territory, with transport remaining in Soviet hands; 3 Romania will pay Russia an indemnity: 4 Part of Romanian territory may be expected to remain unoccupied on cund li ion that It be used for military operations; 5 The Kovlcls agree to recognize t lint the Vienna award was "unjust" and w ill aid I be Rumanians in the laiier's demands on trunsylvaniu. RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-llour Service THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Phone G2 INDIANA '1 A ' A IONE YANK SOLDIER runs for France. Official United States Pot: war Italy Major Issue at Approaching FDR-Churchill Meet i (Continued from page 1) ing some indication as to which way thut country would Bwing after the war. There was some feur in British circles that it might go coliuuun-istfe. When Churchill arrived in Rome, he is understood lo have been of the opinion that Italy should still betreated as a conquered nation and not be given any opportunity to re cover mye quickly than the Allied COLUMBIA FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c COWBOY CANTEEN With Charles Starrett Jane Frazee "Eagles of the Navy" . Warner Short "Marry Go Round" Popeye Comedy SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c UP IN ARMS With Danny Kaye Dinah Shore "Hopeful Donkey" Terrytoon RKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c HEY, ROOKIE With Ann Miller Joe Besser Jimmy Little Hal Mclntyre and Band PLUS MARINES FLY HIGH With Richard Dix Lucille Ball Chester Morris THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THREE MEN IN WHITE With Lionel Barrymore Van Johnson - "OVER THE WALL" Warner Feature I i rjf" "t 1 V Soviet Patrols In E. Prussia; Sweep Balkans (Continued from page 1) MOSCOW The rapidly expandins Soviet drive which lias enveloped practically the whole of Romania swept into Ilularia today on a 135-niile front, hammered westward at the sates of Yugoslavia and pushed northward beyond the liberated city of Hiljiu in the direction of tottering Hungary. Oflir ml Won! of Junction Official confirmation of persistent reports that the Soviets have effected a junction with the Yugo slav troops of Marshal Joseph Tito, waling a Halkan trap for an estimated quarter of a million Nazis, is expected momentarily. Although Kussian headquarters is silent on the matter, a broadcast of t lie Algiers radio heard in Moscow said that the junction already had been made and the combined Russian and partisan armies captured a key Yugoslav city, livils in VaiitH In t he massive push into Bulgaria, which has broken completely with the Iteich and declared war on her former (ierman ally, the Russians occupied the key Black Sea port of Varna where they are less than 85 miles from the nearest point on the Turkish frontier. More than 115 miles to the northwest of Varna, columns of Oen. Keo-dor I. Tolbuhkin's third Ukrainian army umashed across the Danube River from (iiurgiu to capture Kns-ehuk, the Bulgarian terminus of the siraiejiic rail ferry across the Danube. KfU Drive 40 MilK Bftweu these two points the Russians thrust into Bulgaria toward Turkey and Greece for distances of more than 40 miles. The s'Cond Ukrainian army of (Jen. Rodion Y. Malinovsky, aided by Romanian troops, made a dramatic dash northward for almost 50 miles to capture the three-way rail junction of Sibiu on the Oltul River. Hibiu lies some 70 miles west-northwest of liberated Itrasov where combined Soviet and Romanian forces ar' hammering at the gates of Transylvania. Mi-et Stiff Ovisitmn The Russians encountered stiff opposition as they drove northward almost 5no miles from Ramincul-Valcea alone the Otul River to Sibiu where the Nazis took advantage of strateeic positions in the Transylvania n Alps along the route. The Soviet communique early today said that Red mobile units and , u $ fl Nations of Europe, such as France, lltilgiiiin and Holland. lJefore Churchill left Rome, however, he expressed the view that Klve the Italians a new deal." "the time has come when we can The extent of 'the new deal which shall be given Italy will be one of the problems Churchill will discuss with Roosevelt. Diplomatic observers in Washington are of the opinion that Churchill thinks the new deal for Italy should be limited for the time beinK to easing the food and clothing shortaEe there. The British prime minister is not yet prepared to consider to what extent Italy shall be permitted to rebuild her shipping and textile industries. However. Churchill's conversation with the 1'resiilent concerning Italy is expected to lead to a decision to I send more food and clothing to that (nation. This probably will be done by the t'nited States. There has been some talk in governmental cir-cles of extending fifty million dollars worth of lend-lease aid to the Italians for this purpose. President Roosevelt told his news conference yesterday that there is u vital shortage of food and clothes in Italy. The President added that the United States and liritnin already have given approximately one hundred million dollars worth of aid to Italy, chiefly fuel from Britain and agricultural and clothing supplies from this country. J'oir! Grade A (juiiclbuck ! I nam ihisI I TO THIS I Tiretfone Favlorv-4'onlrolled HECAX'l'IXG Wirt Grade A Canelbeekl 6.00-16 7.00 Only the finest materials and the best workmanship go into Firestone recaps. POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service 120 . Mailt C'lintou, fml. norm) jli mm 1 HWm l i m rf "Shake Hands With Murder" "Fuzzv Settles Down" mimm i t 1 NEED A LOAN FOR JOHNNY'S TONSILS, CAR REPAIRS, SCHOOL NEEDS, A WINTER COAT, COAL? SECURITY LOAN CO. -n I Double I Feature I Final Tonight 225 Blackman J't- CLINTON.

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