The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 20, 1944 · Page 6
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Wednesday, September 20, 1941. Page Six WHO'S INTERESTED IN ELEVEN? I? Fresh Airborne Landings Swell Allied Assault BUSINESS SERVICES Illinois Decision Opens Way to Service Divorces CHlCAtiO.I II. A ruling by thfl Illinois Supremo Court invalldatlnK a loiii-'-standlni; tradition of Cook County eourta against ahwMllee divorces I' d to widespread ajieculatlon today eoiii'erniiiB the full Import of tile opinion. Specifically, the decision opened the way to "mail order" divorce! for servicemen unable to appear in Illinois courts. Whether it applied to iiiin-iniliiary plaintiffs was not clear immediately, but attorney! expressed belief a record number of divorce applications from Berv icemen over-was and others would reach the courts soon. Yanks Rip 6-Milc Breach in Nazis' Strong Gothic Line (Continued from paga 1) irocrenB araimit atroiiK oiiiiofition. l-'ifty Army unit! uliieli lilanted their way forward yurd liy yard In liitter fiKlitiiiK eaptund a vital hill feature duritiK the lunl 4 hours of iietinii. The newly won iiiisition threatens the entire Cermaii delen-nlve n-nip in the an a. leur ICMlrelKllllM'lll" lliillnli. .South Alriean. Indian unil Bra.ilian fii'literu uKaln M-nled roi-Ky rlnpes and drove well duK-lu i -V new- Sit i I I . "SEVEN, SEVEN" is what all the boye around the world are calling, for why should they be interested in that other lucky number when the lovely lady answers to the name of Seven? Her first name la Toni, and she's the starlet daughter of yesterday's star, June Caprica, r.nd the late lilra director, Harry Millarde. (International) INDICTED ON ASSAULT CHARGES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day Insertion: Se (or aaeh reading- lioe (on eolwna Una, Ilk an of these). Neit two dayi lpsertlon: the same le charge you fet three day at double the coat of tlia flrat day). Nut three day Insertion: the Mm c chart (you get a whole keek five duyal at three Unit! the eoat of on Insertion). ttacn group of three dayi thereafter, 8c a Una. Blackface (Uka this) 10c P Use. All classified ada Includtnc mem-orlama and notlcea of all klDda muat be paid in advance except tboee by regular cuatomera whose account are paid monthly or tboee from organizations whose bllla rauat be al lowed before being paid. In the utter case the peraon asking thr publication of the notice will be beld responsible for lta payment. FOB SALE HOOM WODEKN HOUSE ON South 4th St. Good location. Vacant. Cash or tonus. GOOD 5 HOOM HOUSE ON SOUTH 8th. Partly modern. Vacant. 6 ROOM HOUSE AT 1139 I'IKE ST. Cash or terms. O. T. HOUSTON t'or MUST HE HOLD QUICKLY TO SET-tie estate. 5 Uoom senii-niodern home. 1548 South Fourth St. See T. Wcss Koyce. 4 mile northeast of Clinton, 1st house north on gravel road off 41. t74 DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE it. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrs. against moth damiiRe. Lee Huin. EXTRA NICE l'EONY CLUMl'S IN red, pink and white. Now is the time to plant. Hershey's Store and Groenhouse. t70f HALF BED COMPLETE, ONE dining table, practically new electric Premier sweeper and util ity cabinet. 2D9 Vine St. t"2x 100 BARRED ROCK PULLETS Triple A-l grade. Two miles north of St. Bernice, state road 71. "Wil liam G. Southard. t73x LARGE SIZE Dl'O-Nt'lilN HEAT er, good as new. Harry Newland. Universal, Phone 10H8-2. t74. GOOD CONDITION COAL RANGE, cheap. Call John Torundo, DUO Morey St., Clinton. 172 BALED STRAW, HALE OR TON. 656 South 5th St., Phone 417-M. t73x ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ALSO Stutlebaker, 19II(j sedan. G37 So. 6th Street. t74.v INTERNATIONAL COMBINE. Used one year. Ross Jumes, Clinton, route one. t72 FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO liKA-zil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 1S6-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parle Oo. Eroie'e. Phone 8, Clinton. BBtf for ovehhkas-c h k I h t mas gifts see l-'araco's Jewelry Shop. t7 WHITE MAJESTIC RANGE. Mulberry. t"4.s FURNITURE AND North Water St. STOVE, 4 it; t7lx 35 PLYMOUTH Wright, R. R. SEDAN. 2. BERT A. t74x KITCHEN CABINET, 1121 SOUTH Eighth St. t74x SEVEN SPRING CHICKENS. 3rd Street. 349 N. t72. TWO GOOD COUNTERS CHEAP. J. M. Vietti. t72.v GREEN BEANS. WILLIAM JONES, two miles south of Clinton. t72x WHITE ROCK FRIES. 832 SOUTH Sixth. t72. LOST BROWN PURSE. AT CLINTON OR Hillsdale, containing family's ration books and watch. Mrs. Herbert Knoblett. Phone Hillsdale 19S-R3. t73x WANTED STOVE North AND FURNITURE, Water St. 41H t7I. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY, SKI, OK trade, good used furniture or stoves. What have you'.' T. I-'. Higshy. 112 So. Main St. t72x Cllll' lllfVf'I.H IV AW I'llV. dition or a frame. Call 2S7-W t' 73x I Interesting Social News Ererydar 1 XomcI Grade A - Camelback! ""St 0 I TO THIS! finstone Faelorv-Orntrolled ItECAPPIIVG Wirk Grada A Caawlbackl 6.00-16 7.00 Oolj the snest mateclalj and the best leorkmanabip go into Fir ee tone rec&pa. POLAND'S Ftrestoce-Texaco Senrice ia X. Maia tlriltoB, lL WED. & THl'R. 35c Musical Comedy "St drs and Violiiiiti'' Uarrain Matinee Thur. JJA.25? 2:00-2:30 P.M. KAY NURSING CEFAIB UlEf Mill I UN II CD ARTHUR HIHl WILIS M UNDER ALACT2 iK' it it m&m RiOE XKl TMK1U. TRAIL TOABVEtfTUR f ! RANGE BUSTERS i THl'KSDAV 9e .Nais from jireiiared iies:tion to aehleve the pueres. Kali eonerete liillhoveB. CUM l-lll-ian nielits. and dui:-iii tank (urrelK un apiieiiine -r-sts are still heintr , l-educi-o by Allied -muu teame. le-aiiite the hreai-h in the Cuthie Limit is apparent that no lur;;e-frf-ale Preakthiou;;h has been arhieved as yet. ,4-rnian eotn iiianderi-- l-UHhi-d a vel-ei-au Nazi training i-eei n i-jit to the iM-etor meimied liy the i-'ifih Anuy edvunee to .slow the Allied drive. Ileaty Uattlc efr -'lorwe In the leavy 1'iljliiiK north of J-'lor(-n-e Allied troops have Keiz-il more t!i;:n (i ljriwjm-j-s in the last t X hours. tn the Adriatic Ke-!0r ,(f ),(, front the Kililh Army myinlained bridjre- lieadfi aeiyss the Ausa and Budriolo JUKers against detei-mined .Nazi opposition. Heavy fi:;hlinK euutiuued Ui raee in the hill country 'between Rimini and the jtnj-tlK-at eoruer of. tjie neutral repol;lie of Han Marino., Clear liimiiii Ail-iMd Canadian and ;reck iUnits of the! Eii'Vli Army 4 rote tiaejt hard tight-' laitf Xaziti to eh-ar the Jtjmini air-t ftn-ld and approiK-h the defenses of tiie Adriatic anchor of the 4'othic Lis. Tiiese troops have opened an assault on the village of oau 1-or-tunaXo. r Farm Mortgage! The peak farm mortgage debt was about ll'-i billion dollars and is now around 6 billion. 2 I1KST KIN I EATLKES HZL&EIOCS FCK! BILI T ctUICKT BUCMP HOWARD auie HUS.'.MULUUM IUME LANG 3 TAKTI.VG CJJMYJ.V'S KKtf JJST fSPOl' v '"t )if. Al :K f .,.vL. - L ' -not: mm I D FOK l'LUMHlNO, HEATING. EUK-trie wirlni! and sheet metal, etovo jile and elbowi. C. 4i 1 Kauia-rata. N. 9th St. I'liumi 2U and 153W. ETHYL. AYE COT IT! Kl'ItlJ also D jily tiros The ia Market, 115 North Main Ktroot, Clinton, tfluf MOIHUM.K VOIR MAMONII tvltli a iH-atillfiil new UOnMin mounting from Karaco'a Jewelry Shop. WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OK colorH in water iialnt. It'a Rood, too. Clinton Lumber i- Supply Co. TV I. u22. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car. Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanising and Recappin neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Dopart MobllKas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. S2tf DEAD A N I MA L 3 REMOVED, large or email, prompt eervlce. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T.-rre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone chargea. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tlS7 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED I ItlCE of charge liy Dn iceina and Nona, licensed dealers. Call us as Boon ae they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. t6xf AITO til.AKK. AM; I'VI'HS OK ;laK for all makes inxtalli'd. Mufflers and tail-dK's for all cars. lOi-iiie's. lume el, South Main, liinon tMW Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake. Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. FIFTH VEIN COAL, GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. t83x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES, 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintouian. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 119, F. & A. M. stated meeting Tuesday, September 19th. 7:3n p. m. John Griffith. W. M. Charles Brown, Sec. JiOTICE! Will make trip to Phoenix, Art'.. Leaving Sept. 211. Room for 2 passengers. Inquire 1217 South Fifth Street. 1 7 -I x JOIN H It CHIilKTMAK LA VA WAY -dull nnri select a Keepsake Diamond ring at J-'uraco's Jewelry Sliop. t7ll FEMALE HELP WANTED WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK. EL-nier Swinford, three miles S. W. of Hillsdale. t72. WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 i. ni. to 2:110 p. in. Phone 786. t7(lf GIRL WANTED. VICTORY DINER. t74x FOK KENT NICE COUNTRY HOME, INCIUIRE at Edward Brown, two miles north I of Lyford. t74x TWO ROOM MODERN AI'ART-ment, gruund floor. 259 Vine St. t72x MODERN FURNISHED Al'ART-ment. Close in. 415 Suuth Third Street. t43f County Kaliou Board To Observe Price Control Week Preparations lor i'rice Control Week in Vermillion County endorsed by Governor Henry F. Schricker as a statewide project was announced today by Guy H. Briggs. chairman of the Vermillion County War Price and Rationing Board. Originated by an advisory committee of war price and ration board chairmen from various parte of Indiana. Price Control Week will extend throughout next week. James D. Strickland, district director of the Office of Price Administration, expresses the desire that all observances be strictly community events bo far as possible. "The Hoard Chairmen' Advisory Committee recommended this observance In implement fuller understanding of the objectives of price control in tin- various local couiimin-ities." Mr. Strickland said. "It has been necessary lor the Office -of Price Administration hi provide certain background materials bui the observance is conceived to emphasize I lain vwu,.. ..... price control in practice and prin- ' approve ur appiauu I any government agency. 11 is my sin- INK. (Continued From Page 1) With "great developments" offi cially promised Jtliln the neit 12 hours, Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower s headquarter! revealed the Germans were swarming acrosi the Rhine in barges along a 60-mile road of re. treat from Emmerich on the Dutch German border to the itunr vaiiey. Three Allied divisions have landed by air along the Rhine estuary, Berlin broadcast Bald, while an of flclal German military commentator added. This Is a decisive operation.' IU'MMji Troofw Join While headquarters details mained scanty, Paris reported Junction between troops of the Brit ish Second Army and Allied air borne units north of Nijmegen. which haB been penetrated by Brit ish armor. Considerable fighting raged in side Nijmegen. 14 miles northwest of Cleve. northernmost anchor of the German Siegfried Line which the new Allied thrusts threaten to turn. W Nflidraw Toward lierliii The Germans ferried their troops back across the Rhine in barges all the way from south of Emmerich to the Ruhr. The action was interpre ted at headquarters as a German realization that tiiey cannot long prevent Jtaft Rhine from being -outflanked and therefore are withdrawing the best tnoopi to the east to defend the road to Berlin. A neadqmirters spokesman declared that "great developments" -can be expected in the next 12 hours." Uivwt iCai!nred liy Allies The Jerman retreat across the Rhine was revealed simultaneously with announcement that the last en emy resistance in the port oi Brest had ceased. Headquarters said that fighting at Brest ceased when the Germans were cleared from the Crozon pen insula. The British along the coast -of France captured the "Citadel and Mont Lambert in Boulogne, virtually bringing the fight for -that port to a close. Third Army inins The Third Army of Lieut. Gen. George S. Patton scored gains south of Metz against stubborn resistance which was being wiped out. Progress also was made six miles north east of PontniousHou. The Yanks liberated Gerbeviller, 14 miles northeast of 'CliaruioH. Dewey Election Tour En Route To California (Continued trom page 1 the issue, and I challenge it." Lashing ut the claim of Mr. Roosevelt's "indispensability" to peave antl prosperity, Governor 'Dew ey said that while the ttrsi require ments are unity in government and among the people, the New Deal has given the nation a continuous demonstration of "quarreling, dissension and disunity." He referred to the "shrill, ubus- ive tirades" of Secretary Ickea; do- COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOl'BLE FEATURE THE LAST MILE With Preston Foster Howard Phillips PLUS Danger! Women At Work With Palsy Kelley Mary Brian Till BSD AY Admission !(' and 20c STAfiDHJG ROOM ONLY With Fred McMurray Paulette Goddard Edward Arnold "Bill Jack Vs. Hitler" "Why Daddy" Miniature Cartoon , 1 j I i phantom monnar'.r j 1' BASIL RATHBOHE VKIGEL BRUCE I i - i ' A ' , 1 , ' i ' ; y 4 ts i : s V'L '. t 1 l A ' - . ,--11 X J i 'l f "-i' ' I, I ' "1 k 'V ' I , f - ' l I " f . - t ' i " k r 1 I f t ' ' k I f f ' ' ' I f ; --' " s .v, , ' J -I I 't - . " ; : I t ' i ' " "i y . :.. j I al i ri i- -I-' r II Pi-nlectlng Milk Dairy products are easily contaminated. To protect the lamily'a health, milk should be kept constantly covered in spotiess containers and at a maintained t'mperature of no more than 51) decrees. If contained in paper cartons, wipe the snout with h clean cloth before each pouring. If stored in bottles, wash the ouuide of the buttle, being especially careful to citaiise the mouth and cap. Wttfa The CosapUmeaU Ol THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WA15 ASH THEATEE Waiting At Our Office for IXOI-.A MINES 'ir, North W ater Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Kvery Day TOI K NAME MAT BE NEXT & BAND LEADER TOMMY DORSET and hia actress wife, Pat Dane, are aliovvn leaving tiic grand jury room in Los Angeles where they re-' fused to testify after their indictment on charges of "assault by means of force likely to produce bodily harm" to Actor Jon Hall and Eddie Norris during a brawl in the Dorsey apartment Aug. 6. Bond was set at SD.OOu each. international) I wzrt TEE nunciaUnii or "utiriiffii' icd Aim-ri-caiiH ut K;is-ils" by Vif.- l'ri(i'iil Wallat't-; Hk- iiarii-l ln'iwc n Wal-!ac' and Iciv-?1, and t "imir ht-rit-t; of iiuarP'lf. H ) : 1 1 1 IIk- War I'nidiic-t ion liojtril," lh' liittl o! ivhM-ii w.i.- 'hiiM( utT in Ciniiii ly Mi. IUjos.-Vt'lf Iiiiiim- 11." "I (In not Im'I.iv' in Iliat quai-I'l'liitu, hi'kTiiiL Kind ol -i n- iin-nt." haifl Mr. -w-. '"An adiuui-leliation wtin-li imiiiioi miUt- itr imn Iiouih' n-n in war can nvr uniif tlif nut it lor tin' trruit-ndtnu i-at'i laskh ahead." Tin' liful)lii'aii umiiiiiw as-nd thai tin New i-nl. lur 1 years, lias "routinuniisly Bitut:ht to brinn tin coriKri-sH ol tJi' I' lifted KtutoH into popular disrepute." "Tlierc exists today." lie said, "a lioiMi'3 division amounting to oueu wariare eiween t lie coiiyress and the President. We cannot enter ti-it-critical period alioud with a chie! xrutive at war v.itli ;onirress." i Governor Dewpy said the !ir--s of , th m-n who toutid'd the Timed States wer- in v;ii; it thif; country, after 150 y?an-, is "de(ndent ii- on the endless contintiancf of one j man in office." Bowlinf Balls Bcmling balis iiave a core of live rubber put in shape under 30,000 pounds pressure. I'SED PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION j cere hope that all citizens will ap-and reasonably priced. Write ltexjprolch the various events with that S-442. Clinton, lud. t73x ' in mind." WHEN YOU NEED TO BORROW . . . It's Our Business to Loan . . . We'll Satisfy You. Too . We Believe We v. (Jot To! PERSONAL LOANS TO :;0. SECURITY LOAN CO. 22Ti Blackmail Kl. fl.lXTOX.

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