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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN V Page Six Monday, September 18, 194J. Finnish-German Battles Reported In North, At Sea (Continued nom page 1) Steady Stream Of Troops Aid Dutch Landings (Continued worn page 1) BUSINESS SERVICES were killed when the R. A. F. bombed a nearby town, and the reBt of them disappeared on bicycles. This information was provided In dumb show by representing a Nazi energetically pedalling, perspiring away. Hut there still is a pocket of Germans a few hundred yards away In the wood. Machtnegitns are cracking out now. Through the night scattered small arms fire was heard from all directions round us. (But no heavy stufr apart from anti-aircraft fire) firing Impatiently at the Spitfires sweeping about In the low clouds which cover Ihe sky. Anll-nlrcratt was missing in the many miles of enemy occupied country we flew over. There was no hosllle nolo all the way across Ihe const from Ihe sunny Norlh Hen as we passed like a cloud of Insecls on over flooded country, the red roofed houses waist deep In wnler and then the fields of tiiiflooded Holland proper. Infantry Holds .1 North Angaur, Links Forces (Continued tjom page 1) canal and other bitter Tacific campaigns, may be facing another costly and bloody battle, although they have already wrested Peleliu's prized airdrome from Japanes hands. The army's task on Angaur should be carried out with all speed, since the island apparently was not so heavly fortified as Pelellu. Less than three miles wide and two and .1 half miles long. Angaur, the southernmost of the Palaus, lies outside the 78-mile reef which shelters the rest of the island chain. The Island was used chiefly as a phosphate producing center. Important Supply Rnse On the west side of Angaur, a school, hosital. radio station and pier are located at a small village called Saipan. While the terrain is hilly in spots, and to the best of knowledge, the island has no airport, it may assume an important role as a supply base, once the army achieves control. In a late Sunday communique, Ta-ciflc fleet headquarters also announced the continued aerial battering of Jap island bases throughout the central Pacific. Volcano Islands Ibmi'iotl Iwo Jima in the Volcano Islands was bombed by a lone Liberator of Ihe Seventh AAF and on the following day the big four-motored bombers arrived in force and blasted airstrips and surrounding areas, causing large fires nnd explosions. Four enemy planes unsucessfully attempted , Interception and moderate antiaircraft fire caused no damage to the American planes. a Egg Quality Egg quality will change little in home preservation if the eggs are of good quality to begin with and if the storage conditions are good. Homemakers can assure themselves of a supply of eggs for cooking and baking uses for six to eight weeks after storing. Don't plan to use the stored eggs for poaching or frying because the egg white and yolk will eventually thin out with age and they will not be attractive in appearance. H Play Minor Part Contrary to popular belief, palate-searing peppers and hair-raising spices play a relatively minor part in the cooking of other American countries. A TRIBUTE TO AMERICA'S FIRST-LINE FIGHTERS! PALACE Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Pint day Insertion: 80 for eaoh reading line (one column line, una one of these). Next two days Insertion: the sme le charge (you get three days at louble the coat of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 8e charge (you get a whole seek five days) at three times the cost of one insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like tills) iuc per rare. 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 whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the utter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible tor ita payment FOR SALE 6 ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON South 4th St. Good location. Vacant. Cash or terms. GOOD 6 ROOM HOUSE ON SOUTH 8th. Partly modern. Vacant. 6 ROOM HOUSE AT 1130 PIKE ST. Cash or terms. O. F. HOUSTON t70f 1UST BE SOLD QUICKLY TO SET-tle estate. 5 Room semi-modern Some, 1548 South Fourth St. See T.' Wess Royce, 4 mile northeast V of Clinton, 1st house north on gravel road off 41. t74 MOTHS CANNOT EAT CLOTHING 1 for 2 yrs. Furniture and rugs 5 "yrs. after one spraying of Arab odorless mothproof. Lee Hain. EXTRA NICE PEONY CLUMPS IN red, pink and white. Now is the time to plant. Hershoy's Store and Greenhouse. t70f WEINING PIGS. "THREE YEAR old milk cow. Warren Sweitzer, Shepardsville, Ind., Dandy Lane. t71x MY PROPERTY ON CROMI'TON Hill. Joe Lucas, 712 North 2fith St. Terre Haute, Ind. t70x KENTUCKY GREEN DEANS, CAB-bage, potatoes and tomatoes. C. E. Whooten, two mileB north of Hillsdale. t71x HALF 11 ED COMPLETE, ONE dining table, practically new electric Premier sweeper and utility cabinet. 259 Vine St. t72x 100 BARRED ROCK PULLETS Triple A-l grade. Two miles north of St. Bernice, Btate road 71. William G. Southard. t73x ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ALSO Studebaker, 1936 sedan. 037 So. 5th Street. t74x REGISTERED HEREFORD HOGS. Fred Bennett, three blocks south of Lyford school house. t71x FOUR ROOM BRICK HOUSE, Hillsdale. Inquire Graham, Tan-, gier. t71x 12 HOLE WHEAT DRILL, JAMES Dyer, four miles north and one-half mile west of Clinton. t3x ELEVEN HEAD SHEEP, VERNON Cluder, Phone 1024-Ring 1. t71. THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets. McCracken's Market, South Main Street. t&5f 1 INTERNATIONAL COMBINE. Used one year. Ross James, Clinton, route one. t72 FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-1 zil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon wane. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Oo. Ernie's, phone Clinton. Mtf FOlToVERHEAS C H R I S T M A S ' Kilts see Fararo's Jewelry Shop. " t79 SEVEN SPRING CHICKENS. 349 N. 3rd Street. '"2 TWO GOOD COUNTERS CHEAP. J. M. Vietti. t72x GREEN BEANS, WILLIAM JONES, two miles south of Clinton. 172x WHITE ROCK FRIES. 832 SOUTH Sixth. t72 APPLES AND PEAKS. KICAl'DA Fruit Farm. 4" I x CF.ESE.128 PIKE STREET. t70x WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY, SELL till I trade, good used furniture or j stoves. What have you? T. K. f Rigsby. 142 So. Main St. t"2x FOR TRADE TWO BURNER KEROSENE NESKOj stove for one or two burner kerosene heater, 720 North Ninth St. I t71x 1 Bary party to the complaint filed herein, and that the object of said complaint is for an absolute divorce. Said non-resident Is now hereby notified of the pendency of said action against him and that the same will Btand for trial on the 20th day of November, 1944, the same being the Gist Judicial Day of said September Term, 1944 and unless said defendant appear and answer or demur to said complaint at Bald dale, (he same will be heard and determined In his ubaenre. Witness my hnnd and seal of said Court this 13lli day of September, 1944. CARL R. IIH'.OH. Clerk. Vermillion Circuit Court. E. J. Dudley. Ally, for I'lnlntirf. l-2r,; 11244. NOTII'K OF ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given Hint the undersigned huB been appointed hy the Judge of the Circuit t'otirl of Vermillion Counly. Slate of IiiiIIiimii, Administrator of the eslnle of Charles Nolan, late of Vermillion Counly, deceased. Said eBlalo Is supposed to be solvent. ALFRED M. NOLAN, Administrator. Sept. 14, 1914. 918-25; 102 41. RIRTH CKItTlFICATE Notice is hereby given that Margaret Louise Davis has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time nnd place of her birth determined. Said petition Ib set for hearing on the 22nd day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk ' of the Vermillion Circuit Court. RIRTH CERTIFICATE . Notice Is hereby given that Esther M. Carnes has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 22nd day of September, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Indiana Editors, Teachers to Plan Social Study Course (Continued from pa 11 3. School bus transportation, a discussion to be led by men from different reglpns of the office of defense transportation, highway transport department. 4. Slate wide testing program In spelling. 6. I'ossibillies of school owned frequency modulation radio stations. 0. Distribution of materiel by the war department, to be explained by Captain George L. Fahey, of the Fifth Service Command. Warn! Motor In cold weathes, be sure to warm the washing machine motor by bringing the machine into a warm room at least an hour before using, or place hot water in tub before starting to wash. With The OonpHmeats Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for TERESA MA ROSE 1016 Mathews Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day TOUR NAME MAT BE NEXT LOANS . . . S50 S100 S200 S250 and S300 Tea, you can obtain a loan based on your earning ability and you pay interest ONLY for the tlmel you have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If yon are steadily employed in a factory, office, 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 (150 to 300. 1 per month on unpaid balance. A $(0.00 loan repuld In five monthly installments of $10.92 each, costs $4.50 but If repaid in 10 days, costs only 60c. 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 Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Pay 10 Pay 12 Pay menta. menu, merits. BO 7.12 $ B.tifl 5.02 I(K (114.25 $11.72 $10.05 $200 $2H.3ii $23.29 $19.9.1 $230 $33.17 $28.87 $24.67 $3O0 $41.U4 $34.89 $29.35 PUBLIC LOAN CO. his breathing was irregular and that lie was semi-conscious, the VVC reported. NEW YORK. N. Y. The Ger-nian-ront rolle d Copenhagen radio reported today that bomb blusls had wrecked Important Industrial plants In the Jutland cities of Aalhorg and Aarhus. The explosion at Aalhorg, according to Ihe hrondcasl, said the power station in the harbor had been completely destroyed. At Aarhus three explosions rocked the "universal factories' 'operated by ). S. Schmidt and started a lire that completely damaged the buildings. Danish patriots were blamed for the blasts. The FCC heard the broadcast. MOOSE MEMBERS The Club Room IS NOW OPEN FROM 4 p.m. to 12 p. m. DAILY PCKOh THEPCWRES CLINTON'S COOLEST SPOT 9c FINAL TIE. 40c ARTHUR TREACHER MARION HUTTON KIRBY GRANT THOMAS GOMEZ ANNE GIUIS WILL OSBORNE and ORCHESTRA THE THREE SISTERS Morgw, Bta and Ctrl Color Cartoon News LAST SHOWING TONIGHT PAT O'BRIEN RUTH HUSSEY Sill Bp Witt, V? WANTED WASHINGS AND NO IRONINGS. Cox, third house east of Falrview school. t71x PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO NON-1IEHIDENT STATE OF INDIANA VERMILLION COUNTY SS: IN VERMILLION CIRCUIT COURT SEPTEMBER TERM, 1944. EDNA LUCILLE WILFONO VS. ORION VERNON WILFONG. Cause No. 17523. Be It known that on the 13lh day of September, 1944, said plalntlfr filed in said cause a Pel II Ion for Divorce, together Willi her affidavit nun Ink I but the defendant was a non-resident of the Stale of Indiana, nml furl her filed (in affidavit of a disinterested person In said cause, hv which iiffldav I t nppears tnai the defendant In not n resident ot the State of Indiana and Is a ncccs- Card of Thanks May we take this means of thanking all our friends, neighbors und relatives during our recent bereavement. We also wish to thank those sending flowers, donating cars, Fathers B. C. Shea and H. Gardner, and : th Z.-N. P. Lodge. ( ,. Joseph Malag ( ,1 , and Family.' In Memoriam In memory of our Mother, Mrs. Antonla Donzero, who passed away one year ago today, Sept. 18, 1943. We are sad within our memories. Lonely in our hearts tort-v. For the one we loved so dearly has forever passed away. No one knows how we 11 1 i hi her. In a home that is lonesome today. Donzero Family In Memoriam In memory of Joseph Cuel who died four years ago September 17. His life was earnest, his actions kind, A generous hand and an active mind. Anxious to please, loath to offend, A loving brother and faithful friend. Cuel Family. COLUMBIA SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c GUADALCANAL DIARY With Preston Foster Lloyd Nolan "Champions of Justice" Terrytoon RKO News , Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE THE LAST MILE With Preston Foster Howard Phillips PLUS Danger! Women At Work With Palsy Kelley Mary Brian THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c STANDING ROOM ONLY With Fred McMurray Paulette Goddard Edward Arnold "Bill Jack Vs. Hitler" "Why Daddy" Miniature Cartoon streets of Boulogne and I he channel coast, headquarters said, and the citadel has been reached. ill Nails Donned Headquarters said that supplies dropped in a steady stream lo Ihe forces In Holland were "successfully placed". There was some German All-Force resistance and al least 2H enemy planes were shot down. Near Boulogne, Allied forces made good progress against Cap (Irlsnei, where only the lighthouse and one ill her slrongpolnls still are holding out. Drive (Mi llclfort iiii The town of Wlmereiix norlh of Boulogne was captured, headquarters announced, while in central France the Allied -advance against the llclfort Gap continues in the face of heavy opposition. Supply and reinforcement of the army In Holland was handled hy 250 Liberators and 600 fighter planes. Only two fighter planes were lost In air combat. Infantry and armor operating in southern Holland crossed the Liane River while other units penetrated the Cok area. "The Dutch operation," a spokesman said, 'it going very well In-dend much better than expected as regards to both progress and losses." Task Force In Holland The spokesman announced that a "Task Force" already has been landed in Holland. A total of 3.000 planes was involved in the operations preceding and accompanying yesterday's landing. Allied loRses, particularly in gilders, were described as "fractional". Pulton Over Rorder Battlefrnnt disnntei-en Ae-t'rte with the Third Army of Lieut. Cen. George S. I'alton, Jr.. said that one enliimn had driven across Luxein- ihourg to the German frontier and Is operating m 1 vinm ..1 i,,,,,. .,. The gigantic aerial prenaratlons which smashed German defenses he-fore the landing of the vnBt Allied aerial army were revealed to have battered Nazi defenses in Holland with t lie staggering total of 4.4SO tons of high explosives as Allied planes flew 3.000 sorties over the landing area. Gen. Eisenhower's communique reported heavy fighting continuing inside Aachen as Americans mopped up pockets of resistance outside the city. Dutch Civilians Weep With Joy as Allied Paratroops Are Landing (Continued rrotn page I) realiied that it was only a kitbag of equipment and we all picked ourselves up. Words Ready for Years Nearby by, strangely enough, is a lunatic asylum and one of the nurses hns come to greet us. She keeps on saying "how do you do" over and over again. The words of English she has been ready to say for the last four years. There are tearB in her eyes. More civilians now are coming up. most of them dumb and tongue-tied with no other language than their own except Gorman to talk. They Just Insist on shaking hands with everyone. 1 Not Told About Belgium They ask us whether we came here over Belgium. The Germans have told them nothing about Belgium now being in our hands. One member of the Dutch resistance movement is very happy. He has been given charge of the first German prisoners our patrols have taken and is ordering them about in German with great gusto. - , We still do not know where the Germans are and whether they know exactly where we are. Many Killed in RoinliiiiB The Dutch say that lots of them G Now! Grade A Camelback ! IfHOM IHISl G TO THIS I 7irc$tonc Factory-Controlled RECAPPING With Grade A Canwlbackl 6.00-16 700 Only the imest materials and the best workmanship go into Firestone recaps. VOH l'LUMIJINO. HEATING, ELEC-trlc wiring und sheet metal, stove pipe and elbows. C. & J Kama-ralii. 3311 N. Uth St. Phones 20 and 15:iV. ETHYL. WE (lOT IT! SURE nlBO fi ply tlreB Tho Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. 0f MOIlKlt.M.K Y O f It DIAMOND with a lraiitlfiil new platinum nmiintiiiK from Karaco's Jewelry Wiop. t7 SF.WF.K TILE AND FITTINGS. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co., Tel 322. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glaeoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwlgglns and Hons, licensed, dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. t6xf Al'TO fiLASS. ALL TYPES OF (ilass for all makes installed. Mufflers and ail-piies for all cars. Ernie's. Phone 8, South Main, ('Union t Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clin ton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. "IFTH VEIN COAL, GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x MALE HELP WANTED MAN TO WORK IN AUTO ACCES-sorieB store. Experience unnecessary. Write Box 442-SS. t71x BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Dill Blackburn, Clintonlan. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! A Jerusalem Lodge No. 99, F. & A. M. stated meeting Tuesday, September 19th. 7:30 p. m. John Griffith. W. M. Charles Brown, Sec. JOIN OUl CHRISTMAS I,AYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring: at Fomru'g Jewelry Shop. 171) LOST BROWN LEATHER BILLFOLD with Important papers. Reward. Grover B. Smith, 1241 Blaeknian St. t71x B1LI.FORD. THURSDAY AFTER-noon. Return to Mrs. K. Norman, Wabash Theatre, Reward. t71x FEMALE HELP WANTED GIRL FOR OFFICE WORK. Experience preferred. Typing. Permanent after war. Call after 9 a. m. at the U. S. Machine Tool Co. 170 WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK. Kir-mer Swinford, three miles S. W. of Hillsdale. t72x WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. Phone 785. t70f WAITRESS FROM 3 TO 31 P. M. Victory Cafe, 114 South Main Street. t(!3 GIRL WANTED. VICTORY DINER. t74x FOR RENT SIX ROOM MODERN HOME. ONE acre included, garden, arrangement for chickens and a lovely home. First block north of intersection of road 41 and 3C, Itock-vllle. Will rent cheap. Inquire John Moore, Clinton Hospital. t71x TWO ROOM MODERN APART-uient, ground floor. 259 Vine St. t72x MODERN FURNISHED APART-nieut. Close In. 415 South Third Street. t43f PERSONALS American Red Cross Society National HeMliiarlcrK, Washington, I). C. I" refUeiiiig Information com-crnlng uliercahoutM and welfare f Sava iiavac, Yugoslavian nationality, lxrn in lllvo-hcIo, (osplr. (Croatia), Wife of Mile Ciraovac. Ijist aridrwt was (klillton, Ind.) Anyone aide to give Information concerning this party please Phone :M, Home Kcrvii-e of IM-nl Red Cross. (7- Phone 63 r k f-TTTTTl'JK I V vj it 3 AXmg ROBERT RYAN WHEN YOU NEED TO BORROW . . . It's Our Business to Loan . . . We'll Satisfy You, Too . We Believe We've Got To! PERSONAL LOANS TO $300. SECURITY LOAN CO. TED WEE'S MERCHANT MARINE BAND Donald Duck Cartoon Latest News POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service 12 N. Main Llinton, Ind. SSS Klackman St. Phone 252 219 M Main St, CLINTON, IND.

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