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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Wednesday, October 11, 1944. Page Six THE DAILY CLINTONI AN WANTED Today's Pattern Scheldc estuary improved their positions east of Breskens. Heavy fighting continued in Hie area of the Leopold Canal bridgehead. Red Guns Open All-Out Blow At E. Prussia BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices narrow escape gap out of Aachen. First Army 4niiis Below Aachen, the First Army made progress In hard fighting southwest of Hurtgen. There was patrol activity and sporadic artillery fire in the frontier area near Mons-chau. On the Third Army front. Lieut. Gen. George S. Patt oil's troops engaged in house-to-house fighting in Maizierics-les-Metz, and advanced 1,-500 yards in the Forest of Parroy east of Luneville. East of Epinal the Seventh Army improved positions despite increased German artillery fire, lirliort Fighting; Stiff The fiercest kind of fighting was Former Tokyo Nevvspaperm To Speak at Teachers Meet INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. James R. Young, former manager of the Tokyo bureau of the International News Service and author of "Behind the Rising Sun. and Emil Ludwig, also wriier, will address tiie 91st convention of the Indiana State Teachers Association in Indianapolis, it Lit was announced today. Young will speak the night of Oct. 2G on "Can America Survive in the Far East?" while Ludwig the following night will discuss "How to Treat the Germans After Defeat." The two-day session will take place in the Cadle Tabernacle with approximately 15,000 teachers expected to attend. in progress on (lie entire front round Ee Thillot, near lie fort, where French troops established a strong bridgehead over the Mose-lotte river against heavy Nazi resistance. Canadian and British forces in the a - (J ? ra ! 71 Tinstone FACrOil V -1 U.TKOUD ki:( .i'5i .; 6.00-16 Grade A Quality Camelback No Ration Certificate Needed POLAND'S SERVICE STATION FIKESTOA E ISO N. MAIX FJKST KUN FEATURES 9c 35c El GENE O'NEILL'S BEST! BIND1X Uftf .urn lift HJjlHtun"-- Milt STRANGE PASSION! THURSDAY First day lusertlon: 8C for eacl reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same le charge (you get throe days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 8c 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 per line. All classified ads Including memorising and notices of all kinds must I be paid In advance except those by ! regular customers whose accounuj pre paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In tht latter case the person asking tht publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment FOB SALE TWO ItOOM HOFSK IN I'NIVKIi-sal. Porches, a good well and in good location. ALSO, A THREE ROOM HOUSE IN Universal, basement, garage, two good wells, two lots in Harris l'ark Addition. 1130 PIKE STREET. THIS IS A SIX room house with basement, lights, and water. A GOOD BRICK. FIVE ROOM house with furnace, llrand new-roof. In a good location. Cash or terms. A GOOD FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON Vine Street in good condition. A POOD SIX ROOM, MODERN home. All in good condition and in a splendid residence section. Vacant. O. F. HOUSTON 41 ACRE FARM, 27 FLOW CLAY and bottom and, very good, bal-. a nee goou pauiui-, a. k'iiuju uiin- room house, very good, fair barn si on and complete out buildings, possession soon, terms, five miles east of Clinton. A 120 ACRE FARM, 70 ACRES plow, fine improvements, electric lights, price $5,500. C. E. HAWKINS Rosedale, Ind. J'hone 88 tS9 DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrs. against moth damage. Lee Hain. FOUR ROOM HOCSE, THREE lots. Garage, outbuildings. Choice corner location, reasonable. Hub-Icht, Lyford. t5x DRESSES, SIZES 12 AND 14. GOOD feather pollows, one inside door. 720 Elm St., Fhone 780-W. ts&.v LARGE SIZE HEATKOLA ANDOIL heater. 114 South Seventh Street or phone 070-W. FELL ENAMEL COAL RANGE. 1204 South Fourth street. tSSx SMALL CALF. MRS. ROCK GIA-collettl, Saudytowii, Fhone 1hi-1. ELECTRIC COEFEE GRINDER. IN-quire Mrs. Margaret Vullosiu, Universal. t7 4 -DR G R A I JAM PAIGE sTTdXn. 19,000 miles. Good condition. 4 Go N. Ninth Street. 7. FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRASH Block. Charlie It. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind foa want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Part Go. Ernie's. rrione 8, Clinton. 85tf BABY WtitiY. 11"3 SOITII Eighth Street. t!'1x PIANO, 1215 SOUTH FOUtTH Street. ty'J LAIttJE UAH Y 1IED, $7. 541 SOl'TH Third street. tSSx LADIES HliOWN PI.A1I) COAT, size 12. 257 Casey Ave. U7.x GOOD EATING AND CANNING pears. 200 N. Nimli St. t4 COOI.EKATOK PHE-WAIt STYLE. Call 1133-3 after ti p. m. t7. COOKING STOVE. JOHN Toi'FOl.O Fairview. tfc7. GOOD GOAT MILK, 4iti N. 7TH Street. IKx LOST HOY'S GLASSES, DAKK 11 AT. case, lust in Clinton or between Clinton and Sandytown. n ward. Notify Walter Oilman, Itoute :.. ts Wanted to Buy, S'H or Trade ' GOOD TSED ITItNITriiK AND Stoves. What have ynu? Tom j Itigsby, 142 South Main Street. t90. ! ' a. . WORK AS HOUSEKEEPER IN widower's or motherless home. Box 105, Cayuga, Ind. t88x Key Albanian Port In AUicd Hands; Advance in Greece I Continued from page 1) bombardment was described official-ly as "effective." The enemy situation in Alliens meanwhile, became virtually union- able with the Creek Peloponnesus firmly in control of British troops. .er;muis Ijenve Alliens With British patrol operations alined in direction of the city, Alli ens was being hastily eacuated by the Nazis. Military observers pointed out, in this connection, that Athens would be tactically difficult to hold even without any Allied offensive smash ing toward that area. Kidnap Charges To Be Filed On Negro 'Nursemaid' (Continued from page 1) Detroit Times, police and the King baby's father went to the Smith home and found a baby there. The child was in a crib in a dark corner. Mrs. Smith was so positive and calm she partially allayed suspicions of the detectives. Even King was convinced he was mistaken when the negro woman showed him a large birthmark on the baby's forehead. However, police took the baby's footprint and after cheeking, found U similar to that of the King baby. A fingerprint taken from the Smith home matched one left on a glass by, the nursemaid "Helen Rosman.' I Covered Willi Tan Coloring Police returned to the Smith home! and washed the birt hmark off the j baby. The baby was ."til! so dark, detectives continued washing. A sub-. Fiance, apparently a sun-tan oolmv : ing, washed away leaving the child's white skin exposed. After their baby had been return ed to them. Mr. and Mrs. King were taken to the police show-up room to n an attempt to identify Mrs. smith. ( ImtigcJ ApHaaranee Although police said they definite ly established by means of the fin gerprint found in the King home, tiiat Mrs. Smith and "Helen Ros man" are the same person, Mrs. King said she hardly recognized the woman. She said Mr3. Smith had her hair combed differently and had discarded the glasses she wore when 111 Memoriam In loviim memory of husband and fallu r, William Shepherd, who passed away four years ago. At eve when twilight hour draws near. And sunset flames the sky. We think of you. clear one. And the happy days gone by. Thoufilitj of you come drifting back Within our dreams to stay. To know that you are resting When the twilight ends the day. Sadly missed by Wife and Children. COLUMBIA Tuesday and W ednesday DOUBLE FEATL'KE Admission 9c and 20c BERMUDA MYSTERY With Preston Foster Ann Rutherford BEAUTIFUL BUT BROKE With Joan Du is John Hubbard Jane Frazee Bob Haynes THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c NINE GIRLS With Ann Harding Evelyn Keyes Jinx Falkenburg Islie Brooks Jeff Donncll "CHAMPIONS" Warner Short ! TEXACO ru.vrox, ixi). im TOMTE SEETHING ROMANCE! and FRIDAY l-tC7 1 ! i f 9 L 3 ASTKOI.OCICAL - FOIIKCAST. A brief K'in nil guide, covering, bus iness, financial, health, vocations. loe al'aiis, and etc. Send one dollar with day. mouth, and year of birth. Four questions will be i.n-swered absolutely free. -Money refunded if not patisfied. Write to 1.. K. Vestal. 405 South Main St.. South 1! nd, Indiana. tK5 MOTH 1'IiOTI-X'TION 2 YRS. ON clellnn;-" and 5 yro. on ruKS, furniture and blanhetK, with one spraying of Arab Odorless mothproof. I.ee Haiti. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly dono and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobtlgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L 3 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T.-rre Haute or Dana 142t. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DKAI ANIMALS ltLVOVLI) FHEE of charge by Pwiggins and Sons, licensed dealers. Cull us ' soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, 1'bone 50. t6xf Al'TO .EASS. AM, TVI'KS OF ;ias for nil makes installed. Mufflers it ul tail-pipes for all ear. Ernie's. J'hono 8, Houth Mln, Clinton tHU nii:iiizi; v o i it diamond with a beautiful new plaiilinuin mounting from Faraco's Jewelry Shop. tioo ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. t'jOf WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF colors in water paint. It's good, too. 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. JOIX Ol'lt CHHISTM.-S LA YA WAY Club and select a Keephake Diu-moiid i-i 1 1 lt at Furaco's Jewelry hhop. turn BENXET TItANSFEH LOCAL AND long distance moving. 4ti(i South Fourth Street. Flume 454. l$5f MALE HELP WANTED DRIVER SALESMAN FOR DRIVER i'o ul e in C h ica go. M ust be iut el -Ityi-nt . clean in appearance. $50 per wek guaranteed, can earn 8:j-$ 1 "0. Permanent post-war position. Give references. Write Box Clinton, Indiana. tSi; (JOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES, 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintouian. WANTED TO KENT FOUt OR FIVE ROOM HOCSE. Write or(ca!l at 120 North Third Street. t87x FOR KENT MODEIt.V ITH.V1SHE1) APAItT-mcnt. Close In. 415 South Third Street. t4::f WANTED TO BUY I'OI'C OI'.X WANTED Fur (juick sale on your 1!44 Crop Write: 1). II. Schullingcr. co Confection Cabinel Corp.. 430 W. Erie St., Chicago, 111. tSS Female help wanted EXPERIENCED WAITKESS. GOOD pay. Autoiiini Iteslaurunt, Norlli Ninth Street. tX7x HOl'SEKEEI'EIt FOK 2. Itl'TH Owens, 211) N. Main, Tel. 233-11. 8.", if WAITKESS. VICTORY D1NEH. titlx PAD3 NOTICES notice: I . Called Convocation Vermillion Chapter 125 It. A. M. Wdnes-da). Oct. 11. 7 p. ill. Work in It A Degree. Visitors welcome. William Vas'.bind'-r H. P. Lay Shew, Sec. tS7 notht:: Sale of used i lolhitiir and other articles im-tuilinir evening ami street duties, li'i; Sotiih .Mam. Sat. It : :: ' m. till NOTICE Nut responsible fur any bills contracted by anyune but iu)aelf. Sam Lauihert. thx ; LEItl.li AH'S NOTICE! jiel" kiih's will meet Friday, m. at Hall. I t89 ' NOTICE! Rummage Sale. Saturday, Oct. 14. 17 Souili Main St. 9 a. m. to 5 p. i. I'nhcisal P. T. A. tMlx Pie, lie 2 IM. (Continued from page 1) through the last prepared defensive lines before the Nazi border of East Prussia, and the Soviet high command communique revealed that Russian air power had been unleashed against German attempts to stage a Baltic "Dunkerque." IIoiiiIntm Jtaid Jlfga (Shipping During the night of Oct. U and the early morning of Oct. 10 Russian long range bombers carried out mass raids on German shipping and port installations at Lepaja-Li- bau and Riga. Twelve German transports were caught in the harbor by the Russian attack. Great damage was done to shipping and port installations, and returning pilots reported that fires kindled by the Soviet bombing were visible 125 miles away. At Riga, large fires were started in the export harbor, where three German transports were docked at the time of the raid. The Russian communique also reported great damage to military traigs during the bombings. Red Trap in Hungary In Hungary, a third Russian trap' appeared to be forming about Ger-1 man units of considerable numbers. ! Soviet forces driving to within three miles of the town of Cluj, after sev- erlng major rail lines, continued to imperil large Nazi concentrations i fighting in Transylvania. i, The latest Soviet coinraiunque fail- . ed to make mention ot the drive on j the Hungarian capita! of Budapest. At last reports, Red army units striking for the Hungarian capital had punched through Nazi positions to reach Rakoczi on the east bank of tbe Tisa river, some 53 miles below Budapest. Encircled City Under Fire As Deadline Ends (Continued from Page One) Allied ultimatum demanding that it surrender and the attack on the city has been resumed." (Harrison Reinforced (A London broadcast heard by CHS said it was believed the German garrison at Aachen now has been reinforced beyond its original nucleus of about 1500 SS men.) The Nazi DNB agency reported in a wireless dispatch that the German commander in beleaguered Aachen, first large German city to come under siege, had refused to comply with the American demand for unconditional surrender. People Heek Surrender A desire of the populace remaining in Aachen to capitulate was signified by the appearance of white flags on some houses but the German army garrison did not comply. The residents of nearby villages en tered by the Americans previously had indicated willingness to surrender by flying sheets or white flags from their homes. As the hour for surrender came and went the First Army troops commanded by Lieut. Gen. Courtney II. Hodges practically closed the He wins everyone's heart at once, this sleepy pooch. He's so floppy and cuddly and sleepy, he'll help any j tot to go to sleep! j A toy everyone wants to play with j it's ea.y to make. Pattern 7244 has transfer pattern and directions ! for dog; list of materials. This pattern, together with a needlework pattern for personal or household decoration, FIFTEEN CENTS. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for these patterns to The Daily Clintouian. Household Arts Dept., tj 4 West Randolph Street. Chicago M', III. 1'rint plainly NAME. AIIWES and FATTEKN' NTMfiEIC. Our new 22-page Needlework Rook is yours for Fifteen Cents more . . . i:io illustrations of designs for embroidery, home decoration, tov.t, knittinir, crochet, quilts. Sleepy Puppy f r -'iTmml T . V J7t I :- yZ'o'vl I S HV n A i I ,9279 ' SIZES Jumper V blouse with a licau Brumniel air! Pattern 2S79 teams up a drawstring blouse with a scalloped bodice, and flared skirt. Pattern 9279 In Kirls' sizes: 6, 8. 10, 12 and 14. Size 10. jumper. 2J yards 35-in. nap fabric; blouse requires 1J yards :i5-in. Send TWENTY CKXTS In coins for this pattern to The Daily Clintouian. Pattern Dept.. 155 N. Jefferson St.. Chicago 80, III. Print plainly SIZK, NAME, ADDKUSS, STYLE MMlJEIt. FIFTEEN CENTS more brings you the Marian Martin Fall and Winter Pattern Hook full of smart, easy-to-make styles. A free bed-jacket pattern is printed right in the book. she was a nursemaid in the King home. The negro woman was defiant when confronted with the mother of t ho kidnapped baby. Iefifvt Italiy'ti Mother 'Dearie,' she said calmly, "this is my baby. I never saw you before. You are just persecuting me be cause of my color." On the way back to her cell, Mrs. Smith passed a woman holding a baby in her arms. She looked at the child and broke into hysterical weeping. Mrs. Smith, still protesting that the baby was her own, was taken to police headquarters. Mrs. Smith's husband, Eugene, was released after telling Chief of Detectives Paul JI. Wencel the following story: "Eleanor went to Chicago last June. When she returned, she told me she had a premature baby at Wesley Memorial Hospital. She aaid the baby was in an incubator and for that reason, she could not bring It bark with her. . Says Hospital (Quarantined "Around Aug. 4, Eleanor returned to Chicago," Smith continued. "When she returned to Detroit a few days later, she told me her baby had been stricken with infantile paralysis and that the hospital had been quarantined. "She said she was not allowed to see her child, but that the hospital was to keep her posted as to his condition by means of postal cards." Never Heard of ife Smith told Wencel his wife's ac tions gradually began to arousehis' suspicions. He said the day the King! baby was kidnapped, Eleanor toldj him she had received a card from the Chicago hospital saying they were seding her child to Detroit. Smith said she did not show him the card and upon calling the hospital in Chicago, he was informed by hospital attendants . that they had never heard of his wife. Add Deeper When lime is added to the surface few inches of the soil a long time is needed for the neutralizing effect to penetrate through the entire plowed layer. Field experiments have shown that v.hen part of the lime is put deeper In the soil, better crop growth and root distribution are ob- I tained than if all the lime is added I to the surface four inches of the soil. In Memoriam The fuin st lilies are the first to fall The swecti'st first to fade; The fondi st, di ap-st. host of all At peae ful n-st is laid. In memory of Frances Dufoer-nick who diid one year ago today. Sadly missed by Sluthcr, Father and Sisters. With Th CwpUmeau Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets T6 The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for ALICE COX N. Washington Just Come Is And Ask For Them! Wauh This Space Every Day TOOt NAME MAT BK XEIT j S,4 . ft 9c WED. &THUR. 35c "Pagliaeci Svinglt" Buy More Bonds I ' I !W I v - I fll I 3 ... FOR AN "ALL-PURPOSE" LOAN SEE US. 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