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Thursday, September 14, 1944. THE DAILY CLINXONIAN Tage Eight TODAY'S PATTERN Biggs, Frank A. Wickeus, Lois Bishop, Ruby Foreman. Lucille Hol-liingsworth, Betty Keech, Ruby Lee and Virginia Walthall. BUSINESS SERVICES Ojljf 9098 sizes ' ' te"48 No Appeals Accepted For Added Truck Gas The Terre Haute district office of the OLT will not process appeals for supplemental trausport rations for a current quarter received at its offices during the last seven days of that quarter, Frank R. Wauip-ler, district manager of that office, announced last week. Tine means that iu this quarter for the week beginning Sept. 24. no appeals for additional gasoiiue rations by truck operators for the quarter ending Sept. 30 will be processed. Regular requesLs for adjustments not involving the third quarter will be handled in the usual manner in the Terre Haute district office for the last week in September, Mr. Wampler sutes. The prohibition applies only to third quart" r allotments for that we.ek lie pointed out. Interesting Social News Everyday Dixie Flyer Hits 3Iain Train. 23 Dead are Soldiers Continued from pa I train, which left Chicago at 10:00 o'clock last, niiilit, were derailed. Lieut. B. Owens, of Chicago, who was aboard the Dixie, said he hulped with the injured until he became ill. "1 was asleep in the second car and all I rimember is waking up in the aisle' he said. "Our car was derailed and tipped over on its side There were 4 8 soldiers In the first car and I counted 1 6 bodies as they were removed from the wreckage There were at least two or t,hr more in there." Hold for Vurkei Ralph E. Smith, a resident of North Terr? Haute, who held a lantern while soldiers dug their comrades out of the wreckage, said the! two locomotives were jammed together up to their cylinders. He said lie saw the bodies of about 30 soldiers carried off the train and there were about eight cr JO more bodies lying in the fields near the tracks. H. T. Smith, of Atlanta, Oa.. said he was thrown in the aisle but was able to rise an dhelp a number of women and children. Ministers At Kceue Terre Haute Priests and other clergymen rushed to the scene of the wreck and administered to the dying. Authorities said they had been in - formed that of the killed and injur - PUBLIC NOTICE JJ AL NWK'K OK I't'BLH' HKAKINO Notice is hereby given that the Local Alcoholic Beverage Board of Vermillion County, Indiana, will, at 9:00 A. M. Central War Time on tlie Srd day of October, 1944, at the Clerk's Office, Court House, in the town of Newport, iu said County, begin investigation of the applications of the following named persons, requesting the issue to the applicants, at the locations hereinafter set out, of the Alcoholic Beverage Permits of the classes hereinafter designated and will, at said time and place, receive information concerning the fitness of said applicants, and the propriety of issuing the permits applied lor to such applicants at the premises named: Lazo Kerker, ,370. Restaurant), Blunford Beer Retailer. Cecilia Giordano, 6204, 4 Restaurant 1, Jacksonville 4. O. Blanford. 1 nd.) Beer Retailer. Kenneth Thomas. 0273, 4Keslau- jam t, Hillsdale Beer Retailer. SAID INVESTIGATION WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IS REQUESTED. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION OF INDIANA. By JOHN F. NOONAN Secretary BERNARD E. DOYLE Excise Administrator. NOiKE OF FINAL KKTTLKMKNT OF KSTAJ K Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Luiei Cervo, deceased, to appear in the Vermillion Circuit Court, held at Newport. Indiana, on the 30th day of September, 3S4 4 and show cause, if any. why the FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS with the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship, and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this SOih day of August, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of Vermillion Circuit Court. 831; 97-144 4. ItlKTII CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Orace Iee Iscnhuv.-er has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County. Indiana, to have the lime and nlace of her birth de- ed. 39 were soldiers asleep in the5-in ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE IN CLINTON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15 TO CLOSE OUT THE REMAINING 8 HOMES OF THE WABASH VALLEY EUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, i TO 7 ROOMS. SOLD ON EASY TERMS. YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO OWN YOUR HOME. FOR FURTHER DETAILS PHONE OR SEE J. R. KELLEY J CLINTON HOTEL Phone 57 first pnllinan coach of the south) bound train, which was split wide J open. C. & E. . officials said that James C Turner, negro porter, of Chicago, also was killed, 'i'lttinmeu injured Other trainmen injured Included Clarence Cooper of Chicago, negro Pullman porter, and Ike Hopkins of Kvaiisvilr, la:ea;? our conductor, J'assf'jjKrF injuria wor Mrs. Mr- raiiie StorkwpIJ. Corp. Si3wy Stf-in- man, WAC Kert. Martha jrvans. End Stuff STKt. iiayiJiojiij ToccftU, all ot CiiiraMO. (nil rs ip.juu-4 worn suif pi'rt. I-a.rcjac.e Curler of JJuia. O.: C. V. Ma;'jn of NarlivUJ1, T'-nn.; J. 1 Cru d u p, of M a r-on . Ha.; Kra ncis Uoii. Ja-(swjnvjHo. ria.; Siaff Srt?t. Anton'o An'Jo. AtJajiip., tlx.; Corp. iJ e r n a r 4 JJrakpman. fJov.aiac, Mich.: Mrs. J. . Curry. JlawaviJlo, town. Aa., tiind Thoiuas W arren of Col'Jiuijus, a. Also included anion the injured were Sx. ThroiJore Leak. Chicago; and M. Harry t'rbanek, etroit, Mich. Blarney Stone Often superstition is the quip d chance that brings fame. "With fair rHe onH c.n h irri rt Blarney put off fuifiliment of a prom. ise to Queen Elizabeth. Thus a word was born and ft stone in Biarney rasf! npar Cnrlc lrani fammii lor comcrruig ue gui o sweeuy eloquent persuasiveness' on those who kiss it. To cite ail the examples would fill a very large book. Helium Uses t i ' i ! i termiued. Said petition is set forKy.; Mrs. Chole Franklin, of James- Soybean (ji1'"" For good soybean culture, the soil must cot be sour or acid. It needs plenty of calcium or lime. Any well, limed soil, whether it is sandy loam, rich b'ack prairie soil, or heavy loamy clay will row good soys. Be sure drainage is good. Soys object to wet feet With The CotnplUaeat Of .HE DAILY CUNTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Wailing Al Our Office (or CATHERINE MADEN ( Mulberry Just Come la And Ask For Them! M'atcli This Kpace Every Kay follt HAME MAf BE NEXT 9c 35c FiJl. k SAT. J3ig Double Feature 2 BIG PICTURES RUSTURS ON A RAMPACE' Slam-Bang Action The Rangers Deal Dynamite lo the Range Rat eUYWllKCI mi Judy Canova In ISIA.N A IIAYRIDE" Tonight ri te Smith COM EI) V MATCH TODAY'S HEADLINES! Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Pint duT Insertion: c for each feeding line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days iraortlon: the same ic charge (you get three days at aouble the cost of the first day). Next three (lays Insertion: the Mine 8e charge you et whole seek five days) at three timet the cost of one Insertion J. E group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. ! Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-AHnmi And notices of all kinds must Be paid in advance except those by regular customers whose accounts re paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be al lowed before being paid. In tht latter case the person asking tht publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOB SALE 20 ACKE FARM FOUR MILKS southwest of Ilockville, ood house and barn. Price $1,500. COOD KESTA CHANT Kl'HV equipped, newly decorated, and going good business. j5 ACRE FARM ON PAVED ROAD, five room house, lights in, about half plow land, half good blue-grass pasture, priced to sell. J66 ACHES JN RACCOON BOTTOM, five room house, small bar, 90 acres plow land excellent for corn and alfalfa. Pi ice f 10.VOO a i : bargain. J CO ACRES ABOUT AIX LEVEL, on hard-top road, well fenced pood house with lights in. Trice 1100 ' per acre. For further information, write or call FREEMAN COX, Rockville. lud. J2 AND ONE-HALF ACRE FARM all plow, ;ood clay soil, five room modern house, electric lights, new steel furnace, bath everything modern. Good barn, 20x40 tile hen house, brooder house, well fenced and plenty of water. Priced to seli as it is an estate. Terms, possession soon. Three miles ea;M of Clinton. C. U. Hawkins. Rose-dale, Jnd. Telephone .8. W9 USE FLOORING, JJKST HARD-wood, also used maple flooring. ALSO PINIi 2xtl, 2x8, 2x10 AND 2x12. . M. V1ETTI tMx MOTHS CANNOT EAT CLOTHING for 2 yrs. Furniture and rus 5 yrs. after one spraying of Arab odorless mothproof. Lee Hain. 100 BARRED ROCK PCLLKTS Triple A-l grade. Two miles worth of St. Beruice, state road 71- William G. Southard. t7x ONE HORSE WAGON. HORSE AND harness. Dan Lyday, three blocks west Fairview school, second house north. tt9x SIX ROOM MODERN HOCSE. TWO lots, 1457 So. 4th. Inquire at Mrs. Johnson Hehl, 924 N. 5th St., Terre Haute. I'lSx 12 HOLE WHEAT Hit ILL, JAMES Dyer, four miles north and one-half mile west of Clinton. 0:is ELEVEN Cluder, HEAD SHEEP, VERNON Phone 1024-Riug 1. I71. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER LIKE new. 435 North Ninth Street. o;sx HOLLAND ELECTRIC WASHER. 803 North Seventh Street, Clinton. ti;8x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Ilring your baskets Mccracken's Market, South Main Street. I55f CSEP 6CV. IT. CKOSI.KV vador elect j-ic refrigerator. 67. Haliicht, I-.vford. SIIKI.- l'llolle lu'S 1 INTGiiNATIONAI. COMIilNK Csed one year. Hosa Juuietj, Clinton, route one. t72 FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO ISKA-lll Block. Charlie E. Ferguson. I'hone 136-W. t 7-17-H t 0BICK, any kind 700 want. Mlutos Auto Wrecilrif farts Co. Ernie's. ffcoae 8, CllntoB. (M FOK OVEIIHK. r H II I S T M A S Kilts see l''arui'o's Jeuelry hhoi. 171) WHITE HOCK FUIES. Sixth. 632 SOI'TIl t72. KITCHEN CAUINET AM) AI.I.KN parlor healer. 32U So. Main. ni7. GEESE. 12"8 I'IKE .STHEET. I7x FOB RENT ETHYL. WK COT IT! SVHE also 5 ply tires The Cas Market, 33 5 Iv'orth Main Street, Clinton. M momjimjo yorit juamoxw villi a iM'autiiul new j.Utiiiuiu mounting li-oiu Faraco's elry Kliuji. 7V SEWKH TIJ.K AND J-'JTTINGS. CI intun Lumber ii Supply Co., Tel S22. VOH J'U'HUlNO, HEATING. ElJiC-tiic wiring, and sheet metal see C. J. Kaniarata. SBC North Ninth St. Phones 20 and IGoW. J7tf FOUND A LAECE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Itecapping neatly done' and Guaranteed. 9th and Eogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford S201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 142. We pay all phone charges, John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. U37 DEAD ANIMALS LKilOVKD HikJS of charge ly Dwigguis and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as (Ley die and reverse charges. Dana feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. tSxf ALTO Ol.ASS. ALL TVPES OF for all makes Installed. Mufflers ixwl tail-pipes for all cars. KruieV. Plioue. W, Houlli Main, 4 'Union Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. U Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clio ton or 160-J-2, Montezuma. I'llTH VEIN COAL. GENERAL hauling. Phone 092J or 1130 Pike Street. t3x MALE HELP WANTED MAN TO WORK IN AUTO ACCES- sories store. Experience unneces sary. Write Box 4 42-SS. t7Ix MI LK LRIVKK FOR COAL MINK. Inquire after p. m. Jim Jones. I.yford. tOSx BOYS TO CARRY PAPL'R KOL'TES 10 years or over. Aplly, 13111 lilackburn, Clintonian. Help Wanted Female WAITKr Victory Street. FROM 3 Cafe, 1 1 4 TO II P. M. Mail IC3 South PAID NOTICES notice: Vernon was seen lakinc the bicycle from the Wabash belonging to Virgil Payton. Please leave at show or 4 32 Davis St. No questions risked. If uol returned person will be prosecuted. Virgil Payton. I03x NOTICE EAOLES! CJub rooms will be opened Thursday night for your pleasure and entertainment. Don't forget lo get a member for class Thursday night. Sept. 2Sth. t(i8 JOIN Oi l! CHRISTMAS I.AVtWtV Club nii'l select a Keepsake Diamond ring nl Faraco's Jewelry Shop. 7 HKI.F WANTED AI'I'I.I- I'lCKFKS APl'I Y AT Itl- euuda Krult 1'arm, tliree miles i uorili of l.yord y. 1'aid by the I uuv or liv IhH Iiiik1iiI. tftz 1 AJ'I'I.K I' I C K K 1! S Farm, Lyford. NAlilJIN'S ttiSx 1'ruit IOST HI! OWN LEATHER H1I.L1 OLD with iiuiHirtant papers. Reward, Clover li. Suiiih, 1211 lilaciiiiiuu (71x WANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM MODERN home. I'hone 4U2-K. tt!9x FEMALE HELP WANTED IliL FOR OFFICE WORK. Experience preferred. Typing. 1'er-luaneut afler war. Call after 9 a. in. at the V. S. Machine Tool Co. t7u PUBLIC NOTICE stmt t: of AOMixisritiTiov Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judfie of (he Circuit Court of Vermillion County, State of Indiana. Administrator of the estate of lieu-jamin F. Itimyan. late of Vermillion County, deceased-Paid estate is supposed to he solvent. UAKUY h. RPNYAN'. Administrator. Sept. 12. 1944. H. II. Wisehart, Any. Carl II. UiKBS, Clerk 914-21-2844. Many new uses for helium havei'd,'n. Norma Iioberl.-on PCKOo THE PCTURES CLINTON' Olll l-T 8POT Itoptj to hood Qi th Ctstapo ttethtd Cvt for Mot Street t" tOt X'lRtf tM4 Ut fat Puidjk A COIUMWA t)CTUE FINAL TOMOIIT ( "UH Palace o 71 FTfrvm POWELL LAMARR gjiMBsMBjfyJ ii . r I t, J .or ' I M i,f ,7- iiiiBMnBnnaBMiiviiw yp1' i!? Vf .IK'.' Pattern 9098. with surplice closing and neat, set-in waistband, makes this dress a Fall fashion winner! An all-purpose, flattering 2-piecer! Pattern S"tS may lie ordered in niis's' and women's sizes: 12. 14. j it;, ) 42. 18. 20; 30. 32. 84. S6. 38. 40, i 4 4, !.' 4 8. Site ,; 5 yds Thle: 'patu?r." Ijbgether wits a needlework pattern ' of useful and decorati v motif for linens and gar- inents, TWENTY CENTS. j lor inese uuiiajus to lue jyauy . Clintonian, Pattern Dept., 155 N. j Jefferson St.. Chicago 80, III. Wrilel! plainly SIZE. NAME, ADDRESS. STYLE NI MHEH, gnd FlkTEEK CENTS more fori (he Marian Martin new and h'wzer l Sumiufr I'attern IJook. 32-lJages.i t-asy-to make styles, free paUm j)rinl(Mi in I took. j Newport Seliool Names Off leers For Coining Year School activities jfot underway at Newport Hinh School last week witJi the eject iojj of officers for the various ciasM-s to servo the rest of tjje school j year. John C. I'ickeJi. principal of the? hilj Bchool, aijiiouiaced Monday. j Virginia A.uiury was elected pres-j ideiiit of the senior cjats; Kuhy Fore-1 man, vice presideat ; and L.uciJJe IJ.,li;. n c, ,.-,. t 1. e.,i-.lon- ,-n r.i-- '"- " . ; 1 ! m r - d Chai JeS Arrasnuth. secretary- readier; sophomore cJas. Barbara Hoi hugs worth. ni4nt; BeverJy jArrusimih. vice president; and homld aSulJivan. secretary- treasurer. freshman class, Virginia Lambert h, president; Uolores Stevenson, vice president; and Mary Jones, seeretary-treasurer. In the eight grade, Marion Holling-sworth was elected to serve as pres- viee pres ident: and Martha Foreman, sec- reiary - treasurer; seventh grade. Keith llollingsworih, president; Paul Hishop, vice president; and Kayniond ('lore, secretary-treasurer, Sponsors for the different classes were alo chosen last week. Miss lielly .Simpson will act as sponsor' for the seniors; Mrs. Anne Ingram,! juniors; Mrs. Ueiupsey. sophmores; John Park, freshman; Mrs. Coleman, I eight grade; and Oscar Kersey, j seventh grade. j llesides chosing class officers, : members of the senior class had (heir pictures taken last Monday. I wilh an enrollment of one more ula aS year, the senior class which ; 'i ...a.te uu of eiuht girls and ouo I hoy, includes, Virginia Aushery, liuth LOANS... S50 S1G0 S200 S250 and S300 Yfs, you can obtain a loan based on your earning ability and you pay luterest ONLY for the time you have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privstely. If you are steadily employed In 3 faclory. office, store or elsewhere. Come in and talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your Income. Cost, are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to llliu; amounts fl5u to S'iOO, 1 '& per month on unpaid balance. A 0O 00 loan repaid In five monthly Installments of f 1 0.92 each, cosis M .60 but If repaid In 10 days, costs only 60c. You nisy 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 Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Tay 10 Pay 13 Pay nients. $ B.02 $10.03 $I0.IM $24.07 $20 .33 nients. nients. $ R fid $11.72 $ii.a $ati.H7 $44.89 60 $100 f 7.1-4 $u. as $200 $'JM..1:l $2.-0 $.I7 K) $11.04 hearing on the IDtli day of .Septem- her, 1S44. CAUL H. IJIOOS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Outer Siegfried Line Defenses Are Tottering fContlbuel now page 1) the town of Woerkergue, 11 miles Northwest of lcloo. was captured.) Heavy fighting was reported north of fiheel. Many Germans were trap-3 ped between the Scheldt and Albert' Canals w Jun Nazi troops blew up 1 the bridges in a futile effort fo stem j the Allied advance. I Uritish broadcasts reported a hea-j vy German counterattack near Aach-j en but at the game time a message from Brussels placed the Americans only four miles from the city, center of a widespread communication network. Headquarters said that reconnais sa,1;1 uiloib Haw Muieu Aiuvni-au lro"JB ,n8,ae IBe neawiy- Mvoi,''i "rt n,vst 'ust wcst of "lc L'-boat pens, where German troops are still strongly holding out. The Third Army under I,feut. Cen. George S. Fat ton, Jr., continues to extend its position steadily against strong enemy resistance, with American troops generally in contact with the Germans on a line between Thionville and Nancy, where many minefields are being encountered. li'-adcjuarlers announced that 8,-474 Nazi prisoners were taken at I,e Havre. Between Kepi. 1, and Sept. 12. the British army took a total of 'Sit. i) 00 prisoners. The futile German counterattack in the Aachen sector occurred uear the town of Hergenrath. Counterblow at Koetftefl The counter-blow around Ilergen-ratli, just inside Belgium and slightly less than five miles from Aachen, was loosed by the Germans in a desperate attempt to recapture the own of Koetgen, first locality inside the Keich to be taken by the Americans. COLUMBIA TUX BSD AY i been developed in recent years and it is expected to olav an important role in the nation's peacetime economy. Its use in the treatment of asthma, tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases, in eliminating i or reducing caisson disease, in the operating room as a part of non. inflammable anesthetics and in welding magnesium meta! are generally known. Many other potential uses are being studied. ulass Wicks A glass wick from the bottom of flat or pot of vegetable or flower seedlings to a pan of water supplies a uniform and optimum quantity of water with the minimum of atten - tion. Although glass wicks can be used for mny years, cloth wick (to last one season) can be substituted. Garden Var'ety A good gardener who has plenty of space can plant as many as 39 different vegetables, and have great variety of foods to eat. Some of the vegetables will come through the season even if the weJier is unfavorable for others. ' I ( .Hi. . Cm I 1'owt (s'rade A u A 1'aiut'lback! u Also Latest NEWS Edgar Kennedy COMKDV STARTING SATURDAY MIDNITE TO ML I MODERN FI'IiNISHED Al'ART-ment. Close In. 15 South Third Slreet. U3f I MODERN FL'RMSIIED HOOM. 51 5 ( South 7th. t9x 3 h ' I ft ii. i t '-if. rtJ r. I 7ire$fotic I fl Fflory-'onlroIIpd l y ni: aiti.m. y I Wltk Cross A Caawlbackl I J 4.00-16 7,00 It II Only tha onest materialj II . l and the best workmanship V i I go Into Firestona rcp. Admission 9c and 20c THREE MEN III WHITE With Lionel Barrymore Van Johnson "OVER THE WALL" Warner Feature WHAT EVERYONE WHO NEEDS READY CASH SHOULD KNOW . . . Can lie Learned hy a Trip lo Our Office. Let I s Show You the Rest Way lo Get l'u to $:suu Quickly. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY PUBLIC LOAN CO. POLAND'S m v r 2 Pot Ruth Robert O'BRIEN -HUSSEY-RYAN 22S Blacknian St. riione 62 Firestone-Teiaco Service CLINTON, INDIANA 219', Main St. Phone 2S3 I2U .V. lluio t'liutou. Jatl.

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