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Wednesday, September 27, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six SIEGFRIED LINE AND CRASH IT AH B-29s Return From Manchu Raid, Steel Center Hit (Continued frontpage 1) BUSINESS SERVICES YANKS MEET I V ym y V a t GERMANY'S MUCH-VAUNTED "impregnable" defense barrier the sprawling Siegfried Line falls under the might of American troops, as they pass eadly through this break in the "dragon's teem." Yank infantry, afoot and riding the back of a bulldozer tank, are shown above crossing the line near Roetgen, Germany. This is an official United States Army Signal Corps photo. (International) r V 11 - bA .'v ALLIED RAILWAYS V Jzt?. 4 overlook Ngi'sebus, a uiilu miuare is-let which is- linked Pelellu b a 200-yard causewaj'., , GEX. DOUGLAS MACARTHrns HQ., New Guinea. Navy t'atalina night patrol planes ranging deep in- to jap-neiu territory accuunted for a Jap coastal vessel off Basilar) Island in 'he Philippines and destroyed a 3,000 ton enemy freighter-transport off the north coast of Borneo, headquarters announced today. Second Shipping Attack Gen. Douglas MacArthur reported the blows against Japanese shipping, the second mentioned in tliree days of naval aerial patrol action deep in the Sulu Archipelago. Enemy Falling North Of Rubicon; 5th Army Meets Fierce Nazi Drive (Continued from page It the center of the Gothic Line as Kesselring strove through Increased heavy artillery action to slow the American Fifth Army's drive for the Po valley above Firenzuola. Fierce Infantry Attack German defenders in this area made free use of 280 and 170 millimeter guns while infantry forces launched the most ferocious counter-assault of the action along the Gothic Line. The desperate German drive, which cost the Nazis heavily, forced Lieut. Gen. Mark W. Clark's men from positions at Mount Laflne, buj the Fifth Army forces quickly re-gained the intiative and launched counter-attacks to regain the area.jt Planex Aid New Invasion Brazilian troops, operating op the left flank of American forces, continued patrol activity and probei into enemy strongpoints in difficult mountain terrain. Brazilian miuister of war Dutra observed the operations from a frontline position,, .. Tactical air force planes lashed at rear defenses and supply lines behind the Gothic Line while other planes swept over the Balkans to support the new Invasion of Albania. Get in the Scrap! 9c WED. & THUR. 35c Cartoon "Magic Strength" March of Time "Underground Reports" Bargain Matinee Thurs. "unci DIANA LYNN , A tMumy ' V.wta Gkm marines were killed while 3.639 were wounded and 401 listed as missing. From the army"s eighty-first Infantry division which captured Ang-aur six miles south of J'eleliu. 106 were killed, 769 wounded and five listed as missing. The marines on Peleliu. now reinforced by elements of the army infantry division, have iiushod the battle into its closing stages, having cut enemy communications between Isolated pockets of resistance in the northern and southern sectors by seizing additional high ground In the center of the western arm of the island. Km-irrle Jap Troop In the north, headquarters said, the marines drove almost to Akara-koro Point at the tip of Peleliu during Sept. 2 5 , while other units encircled "bitterly residing" Japanese forces entrenched for a last-ditch battle on Umurbrogol Hill in the western sector. In the northern advance, Amian-gal Hill and adjacent high points on the rugged terrain were captured in the face of heavy resistance from automatic weapons and artillery fire. Two Enemy I'oekels In a dispatch from the amphibious force flagship in the Palaus. International News Service correspond-' ent Thilip O. Heed said that remnants of the Jap garrison on Peleliu are contained in two pockets totalling less than one square mile in area. Reed revealed that a two-mile march northward along the western shore of the island engulfed the Japs' lone remaining radio station and phosphate refinery. Dominate N'earliy IsliH From their newly-won positions near Akarakoro Point, the American forces not only domlute the northern extremeity of Peleliu but also PCKOZ THEPCTURES Itny More llond JIMMY LYDOITiiiiit CharU Smith John IHI Oli I Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices rtMt An tnMrtlon: 8e for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same le charge (you get tliree day at double the coat or tne nrsi aayj. Next three day Insertion: the same 8e charge (you get a whole keek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Eat group of three days thereafter, 8e a line. Blackface (Uke this) 10c per line. All classified ada Including mem-ortams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts sre paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking thf publication of the notice will be held responsible for its payment. FOR SALE A THREE AND ONE-HALF ACRE farm, tliree miles east of Clinton known as the Bill Trout place, one mile from top of Greencastle Hill, a four room house, full basement, furnace. House built in 1939, complete out buildings, fair barn. Price J2.750. Terms. 165 ACRE FARM. FINE IMPROVE-ments. Price $6500. four and one-half miles east of Clinton. 12fe ACRE FARM. MODERN home, five miles east. Make me an offer. C. E. HAWKINS Rosedale, lnd. Phone 88 t79 6 ROOM MODERN HOUSE, WATER softener, all storm sash and insulated, basement under full house, linoleum in kitchen and bathroom. Venetian blinds throughout house, reasonable price, 830 Walnut Street. Call before 11 a. m. or after 6 p. m. t77 MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY TO SET-tle estate. 5 Room semi-modern home, 1548 South Fourth St. See T. Wess Royse, 4 mile northeast of Clinton. 1st house north on gravel road off 41. . t"9 SIX ROOM. MODERN HOME. ALL newly decorated. Good location. Immediate possession, terms if desired. O. F. Houston. 17 4f DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrs. against moth damage. Lee Hain. EXTRA NICE PEONY CLUMPS IN red, pink and white. Now is the time to plant. Hershey s Store and Greenhouse. t70f KITCHEN AND BEDROOM FUR-nlture. including rugs and radio. 804 North Seventh St. t"9x GOOD EATING AND CANNING pears. 250 North Ninth Street. t84x DINING ROOM SUITE, IN GOOD condition, St. Bernice, Phone 424. t77x ZENITH CABINET BATTERY RA-dio. Everett Pouiter, Wheelerville. t79x APPLES AND PEARS, NARDUS Fruit Farm, Lyford. All leading varieties. tS3x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA- zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f PRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Anto Wracking Part Co. Ernie's, fbone S. Cltntoa. Mtf FOR OVERSEAS CHRISTMAS gifts see Faraeo's Jewelry Shop. t79 COOLER ATOR. PRE-WAR STYLE. Call 1133-3 after 6 p. m. t7 PAID NOTICES NOTICE MOOSE! Be sure and pay your dues on or before October 15 to stay beneficial. Floyd Guinn, Secretary. t80 NOTICE EAta.ES! Don't forget initiation and party Thursday night. 28th. Dues will be due Sept. 1. J. E. Foster, Sec. t78 NOTICE! I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by my wife. Thomas Lark. t77x NOTICE! Tri Kappa Rummage Sale. 219 South Main, next to the bank. Saturday. Sept. 3n. t79 j77lN Ol lt CHRISTMAS I.AYAWAY Club and select a keepsake Diamond ring at Faraeo's Jewelry Shop. 179 BICYCLE FOR Third Street. BOY. 242 N. t76x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. FOR PLUMBING. HEATING, ELEC-trfc wiring and sheet metal, stove pipe and elbows. C. & J Kama-rata. 336 N. 9th St. l'hones 20 and 153W. MOTH PROTECTION 2 YliS. ON clothing and 5 yrs. on rugs, furniture and blankets, with one spraying of Arab Odorless mothproof. I.ee Hain. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recappin? neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T-ire Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD AMMAU9 REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwiggtns and Hons, licensed dealers. Call ns as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone SO. tBxf AITO ;l,ASS. A IX TYPES OF filass for all makes installed. Mufflers and tail-pipes for all cars. Ernie's. Phone S, South Main, (Union t IF YOU HAVE PROPERTIES TO sell, I will be glad to have you list them with me. I believe I can sell them. O. F. Houston. t76f ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Cas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. tCOf MODERNIZE YOUR DIAMOND with a beautiful new platinum mounting from Faraeo's Jewelry Shop. 179 BRONZE SCREEN WIRE 16 Mesh 20 in., 26 in., 30 in., 34 in. Clinton Lumber Supply Co. Tel. 322. Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clin ton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. FIFTH VEIN COAL. GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. tS3x EMPLOYMENT WANTED POSITION AS RECEPTIONIST OR typist. Doctor or dentists office. Knowledge of MCH forms. Box 442K. t77x FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. Phone 785. t70f WAITRESS, VICTORY DINER. t75f WANTED TO RENT 150-200 ACRE FARM. PHONE 245-St. Bernice. t79x LOST 'ERSON WHO TOOK LIGHT TAN sweater from Cranes rest room. Monday noon, please return to Clintonian Office. Reward. t78x WANTED SOMEONE TO LIVE ON FARM AND take care of stock, house furnished. Middle-aged man preferred. Two miles east of Athertou on county road. Call 110 or at 350 South Main Street. t"8 WANTED TO BUY STOVE WOOD. 146 S. MAIN. t82x FOR RENT ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 35" North Water Street. Call Ruth Owens. 219 North Main, after 5 p. m. Phone 233-R. t77f MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close in. 415 South Third Street. t43f FOUR ROOM HOUSE. 804 NORTH Seventh St. t79x HELP WANTED BOY OR GIRL TO WORK STEADY in store. Apply at Kroger's. t79 EXPERIENCED HELP FOR STORE work. Tombaugh. t7 PUBLIC NOTICE RIRTH CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Stella , Mae Wheeler has filed a petition In ; the Vermillion Circuit Court of Ver- , million County. Indiana, to have the l time and place of her birth deity-mined. Said petition is set for bearing on the 3rd day of October. 1944 CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Cattle Poisoning Cattle poisoning resulting from careless handling of such things as arsenic spray material and lead paint is a common occurrence. VITAL WAR SUPPLIES that were loaded on these freight cars in England are shown being rolled out of the giant mouth of an LST to waiting trades at an Allied-held port somewhere'in France. A great time-saver, thw method of shipping supplies will enable the men at the front to get Deeded eauirment without delay. Coast Guard Dhoto. (International 1 Card of Thanks We take this means of thanking all our friends and neighbors, the Rebekah l,odgc, the Pythian listers, and the Half-Cent ury Auxiliary for the many acts of kindness shown during the illness and at the death of our mother, Mrs. Mattie Johnson; also for the beautiful flowers and cards. We also wish to thank Rev. C. C. Jordan, Mrs. Bram-mer, Mrs. Carmichael, and the Frist Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore, 3. E. Clarke. Clarence Clarke. Clean Plant A clean heating plant saves fuel. A study by the U. S. bureau of mines shows the amount of heat loss caused by soot deposits. A slight deposit of soot, one-eighth inch thick will cause a heat loss of 3 per cent. Ml TJ. S. Income The total income of U. S. individuals in 1943 was more than double the 1935-39 average, with expenditures for goods and services at only C3.8 per cent of the total. Thrives on Many Soils As the Sebago potato thrives on variety of soils, is resistant to blight, and yields well, it makes an excellent variety for home gardeners to plant. Greenhouse Watering Automatic watering has been designed to reduce labor costs by reducing the time and skill required in watering greenhouse plants. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c TV0 MAN SUBMARINE With ; Tom Neal Ann Savage TLUS THE CROOKED CIRCLE i With Zazu Pitts Ben Lyon THURSDAY 'BRIDGE' CHANNEL ! nil itallan Winds In Italy, spectacular winds play a prominent part. Among them is the fierce bora, coming from across the northern Adriatic, "and causing heavy snow in the northern Apennines. The cold and violent mistral sweeps from France's Rhone-valley funnel along the northwest coasts of Italy. The hot, dust-thickened sirocco, from over the deserts of Africa, brings Italy the "blood rains," eo-called because of the reddish brown stains they leave. With The GonpUmeaO Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for DOROTHY LAWSOX South Seventh St. Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day TOUR NAME MAI BE NEXT Only the finest nutterlals and the best vorkm&nship go into Firestone recaps. 1 - " ' " I firostofie A I 'aelorv-Csn trolled (l U RECAPPING U j Wltk CrmU A CaMlBackl I- 6.00-16 d.lilt It 1 j VFR4 VIRIIF fc"i"i""'".r,rfvjfcii HI ILnn IHUUl. o.mi k muoh knniti Massive Allied Aerial ArAiada Hammers at Nazis (Continued from page 1) total strikine force to 2.20(1 planes, the bombers lianmiired at Kassl, LudwiKshafn. Cologne and Mainz. During the niglit, RAF Lancast er struck at the Khineland industrial city of Karlsruhe and at Frankfurt on the Main. The air ministry announced that the Lancasters effectively bombed i Karlsruhe, important railway and ! . industrial center, causing large fires ; which sent smoke streaming upward; I to a great height. j I Only two RAF planes were listed ! 'as missing in the twin assault. The daylight raiders went out over the English channel in swarms. Among the targets hit by .Mitchell ( bombers were communications cen-1 ters at Coch which control the rail- roads leading to Einhoven and N'ij-' megen. "GOING MY WAY" IpALACJTJ TOMTE JOAN FONTAINE RICHARD CARLSON LOUIS HAYWARD IN DUKE OF WEST POINT' ALSO Starting I SUX. f 2 BIG FEATURES 9c 35c STARTING The Daring Truth! 1 WAN FONTAINE r- 'THE i I Aotrl Grade A H r- PCUy S I! '"'gfKOM THIS II THURSDAY ROY ROGERS Admission 9c and 20c MEET THE PEOPLE With Lucille Ball Dick Powell "Batty Baseball" Cartoon "Practical Joker" Pete Smith Comedy coodvear TO MOST MOTORISTS ICow as always, first choice of most motorists is Goodyear . . a big, pood-looking" tire built for extra safety and long, low-cost mileage. Bring in your Gmde I certificate today; $105 drive out on a tire Q you can trust. (plustax) 4.00-I6 (v'rih your eld fir) NINTH & BOGART MOBILGAS STATION JOE :l ACOKETTO "A QUICK TRIP WASN'T IT!" It Is a Simple. Easy. Quick Transaction to Borrow .Money Here. Amounts lo $3no. SECURITY LOAN CO. POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service 13U -V. Main Clinton, lnd. rf - -! fi r Ki5 Blarkiuan St. CLINTON. INK.