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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Monday, September 11, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN lage Six Canadians Entrenched In Hills North of Nazi-Held Le Havre FAiTY PUTS DANCE OVER IN PACIFIC $100,000 GOES TO CANADIAN DOGS (Continued from pf 1) BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices i i J V, -". I i l : 'i ' i' ; t h VW-v "X ww .. iV PROVIDED SHE AGREES to care for the 15 Pekinese dogs owned by the late Mrs. May Marguerite Shaw, Ontario, Canada, Mrs. Ita Mae McGuire of Ontario, shown above with some of the dogs, will have life interest in a trust fund ot S100.000 left by the dogs' former owner. Tf she refuses hp fund reverts to th estate S7ntrnatianal CLARK GABLE IH NEW YORK SCENE WITH PATTY THOMAS, dancing star in Bob Hope's entertainment unit as partner. Marines hold a jitterbug contest at a South Pacific base. This Leatherneck goes into some fancy footwork while his buddies wait their turn. Winner of the contest got a big kiss from Patty. Official U. S. Marine Corps photo. ' ( International) Heroine in France : I S i UT - 'v K L I jjjJ , jll First day Insertion: 8e for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same (e charge (you get tliree days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the Mine 8 charge (you get a whole keek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c ier line. All classified ads Including memorial) and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In th latter case the person asking tht publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOR SALE FARM 225 ACHES. EIGHT MILES north of Clinton. Seven room modern house. ICS acres under cultivation. Delia S. Swinehart, C5 Walnut St. Clinton. tUx S110ATS. FKED 1IENNETT, LY-ford, three blocks west of school house. tix KITCHEN CABINET AND ALLEN parlor heater. 32" So. Main. ti"x HOOSIKK KITCHEN CABINET, chest drawers and heating stove. . 'Inquire 332' So. Main or Coll C45-W. t7x ONE 1937 CHEVROLET KNEE-action. 732 So. Sth. tfitix GRAPES, JAMES VARDA, KLON-dyke, R. R. 3. t'iCx THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets. Mccracken's Market, South Main Street. t55f TWEED COAT WITH FUR COL-lar, size 14 also plain Mack coat, size 12 or 14. 1534 So. Fourth. tctlx FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO II RA-zil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 13C-W. t 7-17-44 f COW AND CALF. l'KESH IN DE-cember. See Anton Ciaclierio, Cen-tenary. tGtix BBICK, any kind yon want. Clinton auto Wrecking Parts Oo. Ernie's. Phone 8, OUntoa. Mtf BARTLETT PEARS FOR EATING and canning. 250 North Ninth Street. t(J5x FOR OVEKHEAS CHRISTMAS gifts see Karachi's Jewelry Shop. t7'J 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. t05x FOR RENT TWO ROOM HOUSE, CliO.MI'TON Hill,. Minnie Davis, 417 North St. or inquire at George Decant. Crompton Hill. tC7x MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close In. 415 South Third Street. t43f MODERN FURNISHED ROOM. 515 South 7th. tC9x HELP W ANTED FOR GENERAL STORE Call Lewis Hardware. WORK, t : 7 APPLE PICKERS NAKDI.VS Fruit Farm, Lyford. ttiSx LOST BLACK AND WHITE HAT TEli- rier. Return to 312 South Main. Reward. tt;5 SMALL BLACK AND TAN MAN-Chester Toy dcu. Welch alwut 3 pounds. Reward. 72U Mulberry St. Phone Ga. ti. BILLFOLD WITH MONEY AND Important papers. Friday evening. Call 50(l-lt or Co4 Elm street, lie-ward, tutix WANTED FIVE OH RIX ROOM .MODEliN home. Phone 4'12-li. Iti'Jx Guaranteed PARTS and SERVICE On All Makes of RADIOS and WASHING MACHINES Taylor's Radio Service 450 N. 9th SC Phone 792 CLARK GABLE, movie star and former major In the U. S. Army Air Corps, dirsTs with Socialite Mrs. Jay O'Brien at New York's Stork club. Gable recently arrived in New York from Washington where he turned over Air Corps films from the Europen theater to Army Official. (International Soundphoto) Polish troops taking part In the advance captured C German officers and 1.200 men yesterday. Map Vp liannel Ports Canadian infaniry are endeavoring lo mop up tile channel ports of lloilloiine, Calais and Dunkirk while lliitish troops are reducing Le Havre. It is estimated that (here are 5,-1100 men in Le Havre. 3.000 In Calais and 10.000 in Dunkirk. All nf Lhem promise to be tough nuts to crack. In addition, German coastal emplacements between Boulogne and Calais are strong points which must be reduced as must he the German bridgehead on the west bank of the Scheldt. 'Klements of four divisions flw believed to be manning this bridgehead a total of some 10.000 to 15.-ooo troops. The heaviest fighting is at Le Havre where the Germans, behind their mine fields and heavy concrete emplacements, are resisting the British assault. Sehrieker I'rRes Tnstwar Establishment of O.C.D. SOl'TH HKNI1. Ind. Continuation of the civilian defense organization Into the postwar period is proposed by Governer Henry T. Schrlcker. ' ' , ? . . "' ! The governor, at an addreB yesterday before Indiana state guardsmen from South Bend and Wabash, praised the guard for its patriotic wartime service and also cited he OCD workers. The civilian defense organization might aid materially in handling problems arising at the end or the war, such as rehabilitation of veterans, he said. Service ribbons were awarded to 1.4 00 members of the Civilian defense Organization and the Indiana State Guard hy Mayor Jesse I. Pa-vey. of South Ilend. as part of the two-day program for the Indiana State Guard units. With The OompllnwBtK Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for CLYDE CLEXNENDEN Briar Hill Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch Tills Space Every Day TOl'K NAME MAT BE NEXT THEPCTURES CLINTON'S COOLEST SPOT 9c FIXAL TUE. 40c Thisll Make You Whistle With Glee! Color Cartoon News LAST SHOWING TONIGHT LATEST news '0 f 'TTUi ' jMk. . M new f Ta V Jf . '.. iT j m .ittiun i m ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SUHE also 5 Ply tires The Gas Mar ket, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. t60f M()li:itM-i: VOIR DIAMOND nilh a beautiful new platinum mounting from Karaco's Jewclry Khon. WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION Of colors in water paint. It's pood too. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co Tel. 322. 'OR PLUMBING. HEATING. ELKC-Iric wiring, and sheet metal see C. & J. Kamarata, 3.''.6 North Ninth St. Phones 20 and 153W. 17tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and RecappinK neatly done and Guaranteed. Sth and Bogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L 3 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. U37 DEAD ANIMALS ISESIOVED FREE of charge by D-igKins and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, rbone 60. t5xf Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. MALE HELP WANTED MEN TO WORK ON EXTRA GANG track work. Harry W. Cole, General Foreman, Universal, 7nd. Cliarles.Kicf, 123 Casey Ave. t07x BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. Help Wanted Female GIRLS AND WOMEN, 17 TO. 40. (white), for waitress work in fine Evanston tea room. No alcoholic beverages served. Assured weekly ineonse of $30 or more; meals and uniforms furnished; no experience necessary; full pay while learning. Carefully selected rooms available. Transportation furnished. Live in Evanston. enjoy the many advantages of one of Chicago's finest suburbB. Permanent positions. Write to Cooley's Cupboards, Evanston, Illinois. tt7x LADY TO DO FAMILY WASHING and ironing. Cull 220. tOtix PAID NOTICES NOTICE! fi. Called convocation Vermillion Chapter 125 It. A.M. Work In M. M. and P. M. degrees. Wednesday. September 13, 7:30 p. m. William Vustbludor, H. P.; Ray Shew. Secretary. t07 JOIN OCR CHRISTMAS 1.AYA WAY -liili and select a Keepsake Diamond riiiK ut Faraeo's Jewelry Shop. t7 'Cake Eating Lady' In the Seventeenth century, the "cake eating lady" was a familiar figure of English fairs. One such performer ate 12 pounds of cake in less than 30 minutes cf each of six ) dail.v performances. In Memoriam In luvhiK memory of our dear mother. Antonia Turchi, who pa s-eed away fourteen years ajro, Sept. 11. im:kp. Forcet you mother, we never will. We loved you then, we love you Mill. It was a bitter pain a shock sever. To part with one so kind and dear. You Wi re so pood, so pure and true. That's why our Lord beckoned you. He took you with him up alone, and took you from us. the one you loved. Hut though you're resting In heaven bo hi ah. In our hrartK dear mother, you will iieer die. Sndly missed hy Daughters, Pmis and FnnifHeN. RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-Hour Service THE DAILY CLINTONIAN INDIANA Japanese See' Imminent U.S. Island Invasion (Continued from page 1 1 tur's amphibious forcrs made ;in- oth'T wpstery move in thr direction nf HalmalH-ra. Tiny st'izfd SH'io-ri Island, in Geclvink liy. Dutch Now (ruinoa. Russians Sure Close to Crkek Border in Drive (CootliiDAa n om pape 1) of tlio nncif'iit J'oii.Mh capital. (oi. KriH-st von Hainiin'r, mfliiary cominunlator for the Nazi DNJi a-Kcncy. estimated that at least Joo,- 000 liupsian troopH, plus a tank corps and a Cossack cavalry corps, were attacking near Krasno. COLUMBIA SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c UP m ARMS With Danny Kaye Dinah Shore "Hojief ul Donkey" Terrytoon KKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday DOIT.LE FEATLKE Admission 9c and 20c HEY, ROOKIE With Ann Miller Joe Besser Jimmy Little Hal Melntyre and Band FLl'S MARINES FLY HIGH With -Kii'liurd Di.v Lucille Ball Chester Morris THIKSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THREE MEN IN WHITE With Lionel Barrymore Van Johnson "OVER THE WALL" Warner Feature LEADING 16 fellow Americans safely through German lines when they parachuted down in the town of Tanaron on Aug. 15, Southern France's D-day, Isabel Townsend Pell, above, former New York socialite, climaxed four years as a French underground leader. Because of her faith in the French, Miss Pell refused to return to New York from her summer home on the Riviera. When war broke out she started raising money for the underground. She was twice arrested by Axis agents and spent two months in prison. Miss Pell now is organizing rehabilitation work. (International) Fire Hazards The agronomists also say that ammonium nitrate, like nitrate of soda, involves a fire hazard. It is well to burn the empty paper tags rather than to allow them to accumulate around the barn. Burlap or cotton bags that have contained ammonium nitrate should be washed or spread out in the open until the rains have thoroughly washed the material from the fabric. LOANS... S50 S100 S200 S250 2nd S300 ys, you can obtain a loan based on your earninK ability and you pay Interest ONLY lor the time you have the loan. The l'ublic Loan Company will as-Biht you quickly and privately. II you are steadily employed In a factory, oTfice, store or elsewhere. Come In and talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to $150; amounts 1160 to f::0l), lVi per month on unpaid balance. A J50.0U loan repaid In five monthly Installments of Jlfl.92 each, costs 4.60 but If repaid in 10 days, costs only 5'ic. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you. phone or come to the l'ublic Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Pay 10 Pay 12 Pay mentft. incnts. mcntK. SO 7.J2 5.S0 5.2 MOO 14.25 11.T2 910.05 2M HCiH.iM it.2H 1.3 2.-0 C15.17 2H.87 H-M.tt- .!IHt 941.4 $34.39 $29.35 PUBLIC LOAN CO. 210 Main St. rhone 2T.2 soulheast of Dijon, in the DoutiH valley, as enemy resistance there foe-c;un lo weaken. Juoelhm with I'ulriots A hcadituarlcrs oll'iccr commenting on broadcast reports (hat the 7th army had joined with the American :id army said such reports arose from a meetiiiK of Lt. Gen. Alexan der Patch's troops with a certain croup of armed French patriuts. The hug of prisoners swept up in the ush from the .Mediterranean soared beyond 70.0HO. some 40.(100 of them taken by Frenchmen, mainly in the ports of Marseille and Tou lon. : tm Purdue I'niversity Gets Award for Ordnance Work LAFAYETTE, ind. P u r d u e University will receive (lie Ordnance Distiueuisbed Service Citation of the l liiled States Army Thursday for its work on army ordnance. The citation will be presented by Uris. Oen. Allied B. yuinton at a university Convocation in the hall of niitfle and will be accepted formally hy Dean A. A. Poller, of the s.chnnlK of engineering. The propram will jnelude remarks by President Edward C. KMiott. who will preside, and by Prof. Georce A. Hawkins, who has been in charge of one of the most important research projects on army ordnance. Interesting Social News Everyday rvT-ii ?.- COLOK CAKTO(l PALACE 4kwn ill lit j 9 i i i k a Dijon Falls To French Lines As i Runway Shrinks ! j (Continued rrotn page 1) I' milee of the sentinel city, covering half the distance from IJfsancon. t Americans fighting alonr? th i ' Ithone-Khine canal surged through liautne les Dames, . cleared after ne-vere fighting, and Clerval, 24 miles from lielfort. The rapid French advance seized Aissey south of liauine. (The Germans eiitimated the 7Ui army was attacking with five divi sions and said tii'-y were "fighting; with great determination to rip op- ' en German defenses in the Uelfort gap.") Far to the west, other French uf- lits pushed up the west side of t he i Saone river against apparently large ! German forces whose retreat route I lo Germany already had I teen cut. land occupied I'rvy and Cliamhoj-uf. nine miles southwest of Uijmi iiii1 Autun. Americans captured Dole, 25 milea Tinstone i:ecappi3tg With Grada A Cair.lbaekl 6.00-16 7.0(5 Only the nnert materials and the best workmanship go into Firestone recaps. POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service 120 . Main Clinton, Ind. I 2'or! Grade A Ul ft Camolback ! I TWOM THIS p i .Mmr w m WE SERVE THOUSANDS PERSONAL LOANS TO $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 225 Blackmail St. Phone 2 CLINTON,

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