The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 18, 1944 · Page 6
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 18, 1944
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,,,,S'2 Wednesday, October 18, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six THESE PARATROOPERS ESCAPED ARNHEM DEATH TRAP BUSINESS SERVICES , ..".'y. ' -. I, in,, mi-,--a l - $ u ft i. ) 1 ' fW Tempo of Allied Attack Slacks On All Fronts (Continued From Page 1) maim. Tlio enemy, It was said, are masters at utilizing Islands of resistance based upon what was termed an "elastic detcnuo". (leriiuius Loos" 'oiinlei-Alliiek (The OerniBiiH, 1" their first counter-attack on tlio Aachen sector In lid hours loosed an assault near Wurselen at .7:30 a. m. today, ii Iteuler front report suid. The counter-blow was Hiislnlned for an hour before It was checUi'd by the Americans. (A correspondent wilh the ISrll-Ish Herond Army reported rapture of the town of Vctiniy, eicht inlles from tlio Helen frontier. All organized flerninn resistance wan reported smashed. Third Smashes Termini (Another front dispatch reported that tho American Third Army smashed forward 1 .50(1 yards nloiiK the west bank of the Moselle Itlver, renchlng a point within four miles nf the (lerninn-lield French fortress city of Met. ) Troops of the Hlxlli Army group at the souther!', end or the Imltle-front In Franco scored siibstiinliul gains on different sectors and one force captured the town of Laval near Itelfnrt. Mopping up operations northeast of Aachen were In progress along with the drivo to char out enemy nests In I he Hlegfrleil defenses. VhiiIis Maiiilnln Circle The Yanks firmly maintained their lines completely encircling Aachen while troops Inside contin WEARY AND EXHAUSTED after their hard, courageous, and costly battle with the Nazis In the Arhhem sector, these members of the British 1st Airborne Division are shown after their comrades had succeeded in rescuing them from a death pocket in which they had been trapped for nine days, Only about 2,000 of the original S,000 in the division were saved. Signal Corps radio-telephoto. "iternatwnal Smivdnhntn SFilATE BACK FROM WAR FRONT s: ued the campaign to uproot the fler-liiuua In house-to-hoiiHo fighting. An important guln was scored by troops of Ueut. (Ion. Sir Miles Christopher Dempsey's British Second Army on tho Butch front. Those troops smashed toward (lie town of Veniay, eight miles from the frontier of Germany, and organised enemy resistance waa reported to have broken down. .Mela llul tic Continues No considerable change was reported from the Molz sector, where the United Klitles Third Army under I, lout. tlen. Ceorgo H. i'atton still is battling against desperate enemy rcnlsianeo to carve a salient Into Uei nian soil east of the Moselle. Hauled Most Coal and coke are moved in larger volume than any other single category of freight. Out of a total of 42,414,343 cars of freight moved last year, 3,403,154 were made up of coal, as compared with 8,361,058 for the preceding yenr, ta . Potato Scab To reduce the amount of potato scab, sulfur may be added to some soils with a higher pH than 5.4. No sulfur should be applied until the degree of acidity has been determined. m Tires Heated Automobile tires are subject to heat both from contact with hot pavements and from heat generated by the continual bending of the tire at the point which contacts the road surface. B. I. PAVEY ABSTRACTS NOTARY PUBLIC NEWPORT, IND. Ues. 734 Walnut St. Clinton, Ind. Tel. 41D-J - TEXACO CLINTON, INI). roALAcra TflVITF. wm FEATURE n.iiremro 9c WED, & THUB. 35c Harry Langdon Comedy "To Heir Is Human" Bargain Matinee Thur. 9 & 25c 2:00-2:30 P. M. fiTU Us?7 h 11 f7 ml A finston FACTOIt-4'4KTHOIXED RECAPPING 7.00 6.00-16 Grade A Quality Oamelback No Eatlon Certificate Needed POLAND'S SERVICE STATION Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Flnt day lniertlon: So for each reading Una (one column una, u Next two day leaertlon: the aame le charge (you get tnree oaya i double the coat of the firat day). Next three day lniertlon: the ame 8c charge (you get a wuuie keek five daya) at three tlmei the coat of one lnaertlon). Bach group of three daya thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ada Including mem- orlama and notlcea of all kinds muai be paid In advance except those by regular cuatomere whose accounts are paid monthly or thoge from or-ganHatlona whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for its payment FOB SALE TWO LOTS IN FAIRVIEW. ONE acre lot with good brick four room house. Other adjoining lot with three room wooden house. See Mrs. M. H. Neal, 255 N. llh St. t92x COPPER CLAD COOK STOVE with warming oven and reservoir, good as new, reasonable. Stephen Shull, 349 North Fulton Street, Falrvlew Park. t92x FANCY SPANISH ONIONS. 60 LH. Bag, $1.75. Buy them before they go Into storage. Potatoes, Store them now for the winter. Mc-Crackeri's Market. 494 ONE GOOD MILK COW, THREE years old, one brood sow, will farrow soon, and seven shoats. Fred Blackburn. Phone 533-J. t93x FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN CENTEN-ary, 2 wells and good cistern. Leo Oliver Rlva. Inquire at Bert Tur-chl's Store. Easy payments. t93 DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE it. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrB. against moth damage. Lee Haln. ELECTRIC PUMP, GOOD AS IEW, $40. Also four-horse motor, $10. L. M. Mitchell, Newport, Indiana. t93x LIBRARY TABLE, ONE DRAWER, $4; chair and stool, $3.50; and matching rocker, $3. Call 644. t92x FOUR ROOM HOUSE, THREE lota. Garage, outbuildings. Choice corner location, reasonable. Hab-Icht, Lyford. t5x ONE CHEST OF DRAWERS, ONE vanity, one floor lamp. 806 Black-man Street. t94x ONE COAT, HORSE HIDE, SHEEP skin lined. Size 40-42. Phone 277-W. 94x STUDIO COUCH, 6PRING-CON-structed. Pre-war. 4 0 5 South Seventh Street. t94x MORE PEONY CLUMPS. RED, olnk and white. Hcrshey Green House and Flower Store, t91f "38" FORD COACH, RADIO AND heater, 759 North Eighth. Call be tween 12 and 2 P. in. t94x TWO WINTER SPORT COATS, like new. Size 14 - $5 and $8. 83 North Ninth Street. 193 NATURAL GAS COOK STOVE AND Warm Morning heater. 835 South Third. t3x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Aoto Wrecking Part Co. Ernie's, rheoa 8. OUntoau IjSED1lUMBER, H02 SO. FIFTH Street. 93x GOOD EATING AND CANN I NG pears. 260 N. Ninth St. t4x LOST WALLET, IDENTIFICATION AND special Army papers. Includes money. Reward. Mrs. Elise Beaue, 902 South Seventh. t95x Saturday afternoon in or near Murphys, small brown purse, size of coin purse. Call 372-J- t92x 4IOLD FLOWER PIN WITH RED sets. Saturday night. Reward. Return to Cliutomau office. t94x FOUND LADIES COAT, INQUIRE AT 239 Vine Street. tloox HELP WANTED ACCORDION TEACHER, ABLE TO leave immediately, male or female. High salary. Write Box 4 42-D-I. t93x . i EXPERIENCED HELP FOR STORE i work. Tombaugh. t93 j ( - - ifi1 r OCTOBER SPECIAL: $5.50 OIL Permanent 4.50; Shampoo and Hair Btylo $1.00. Arches Hair-tintu Facials. Adamson's 13eau-torlum, 355 Vi South Alain. Phono 602. t4 FOUND A LA ROB STOCK OF Coodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and IlecappInK neatly done s.nd Guaranteed, flth and Boeart Mobilgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. S2tf DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 83109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 1420. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwlgglna and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us aa soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. tBxf MODERNIZE V O II It DIAMOND with a beautiful new pLnntlniim mounting from Faraeo's Jewelry Shop. "00 ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tlron The Gas Mar-kot, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. t60f 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 103-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. JOIN OIK CHRISTMAS LAVAWAV Club anil select a Keepsake 'a-inond ring at Faraeo's Jewelry Shop. "00 BKNNST TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 408 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f FOB RENT THREE, FOUR OR FIVE OFFICE rooms. Blackmun Street. Linoleum and Venetian blinds, heat furnished. Mrs. Mark Lyday. t92x TWO LARGE ROOMS. SEMI-MOD- eru. Lights and water, furnace. Mrs. Matilda Conner. 717 South Seventh. t94x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Apuy , mil Blackburn, Cllntonlan. WANTED TO BUY ACCORDION" WANTED FOR daughter. Give cash price, write Box 442-D-I. t93x FEMALE HELP WANTED HOUSEKEEPER FOR 2. RUTH Owens. 219 N. Main, Tel. 233-R. 85tf PAID NOTICES NOTICE! all ,n,.it,lM..H at truckers Loral No. 7:t are requested to utiend the reg ular mwliiiB. ' miporuuiz business. Elmer Nolan, Secretary. t93 NOTICE! Republican Meeting at Newport. Wednesday. Oct. 18. Anyone Interested in going call 19 alter 12 p. m. t93x noth K! Chicken supper and fall festival, Oct. 20, Jacksonville PTA at the school. t93 NOTICE! Itake Kale at OMlMn Furniture Store. Kalurdar. 'l Falrvieii V. V. A. NOTICE!. Rummage Sale. Circle 2. WSCS. Friday, Oct. 20, 219 Main St. t93x ' WANTED TO KENT 3 ROOM APARTMENT, IJNFIJR-nislied. Room 41, Clinton Hotel. t92x With The OoanpUmeata Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for FRANK RENDUCH North Seenth St, Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watcb This Space Every Dr rOCB NAME MAI BE NEXT Ilume 62 AFTER A 90 000-MILE journey which took him to Rome for confer-eucea the Pope and to European battlefronU, Archbiehop Francia J. Spellman of New York la shown back In the big city. The prelate, expected to be made a cardinal by the Pope, shakes hand with Pfc. William F. Fennington, Jr., of Marietta, Okla., a passenger on the Army transport which brought him back to U. B. (International) CAMERAMAN WAS NON-PARTISAN FIRESTONE 120 N. MAIN 2 BIG FEATURES 9c 35c SECOND uwr.m.1,'. THEPCTURES liuj Mori I Wild t A Republic 1 f" ?rrrz Near 50 Per Cent Gain In Hdosier Seed Production INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Hooelcr fanners responded to the government's request to meet the serious seed shortage this year by harvesting a total of 388,000 acres of legume Beed, principally red clover, during the last season for a gain of almost 50 per cent. This was revealed In a report submitted yesterday to the United States Department of Agriculture War Board by Chairman L. M. Vog-ler, who also beads the State Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Included in the total were: Red Clover Seed, 338,000 acres; Alfalfa, 14,800 acres; Alslke Clover, 3,900 acreB, and Lcspedeza, Brome Grass, Orchard Grass and other hay crops. Harvesters are recleunlng and testing the seed to qualify for the federal payment of 2 ',i or 3 cents a pound for the seed saved. The payment Is over and above the market price and was made possible by Congressional appropriation to stimulate production. Slip Covers Slip covers will dry with fewer deep wrinkles if you shake them out vigorously and hang on two parallel clotheslines the back pinned to one and the front of the seat to the other. While slip covers are still damp, iron just the flounces and then work the damp slip cover over the chair. You needn't iron the back and seat. Better fit will result, too. In Memoriam In loving memory of Nema Short, who passed away one year ago today, Oct. 20. We are sad within our memories, Lonely in our hearts today For the one we loved so dearly. Has forever passed away. Sadly missed by. Her Mother, Children and Brothers. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE JAM SESSION With - . Ann Miller Louis Armstrong Jan Garber PLUS CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE With Simone Simon , Keut Smith Ann Carter THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THE PURPLE HEART With Dana Andrews Richard Cont Trudy Marshall "HOME MAID" Pete Smith Special j.-jrZ7T- -' 'f -,.,... ? - J llfy POLITICS make atranpe bedfellows, 'lis aaid. This building in Jary, Ind., houses both the Republican and the Democratic heaaquarters. IP. S.) The Dems moved la after tlie tepublicans. (International) Spanish-American Dishea Perhaps the most familiar of the Spanish American dishes in the United States is urroz con polio, a savory confection of steaming brown rice, chicken (boiled or broiled) and red and green peppers. The addition of diced fish, clams, oysters, sausage, beef, lobster, peas, beans and various other ingredients produces the paella. Poultry Pox Chicken Pox may be introduced into the flock by animals, birds, insects and other means. It has been demonstrated that mosquitoes can transmit the trouble. The chief loss from this disease is through lowered egg production. Transportation Volume In 1943, 73.3 per cent of the total volume of transportation waa handled by the railroads, 17.3 per cent by trucks and busses, 5.5 per cent by pipelines, 2.4 per cent by domestic boats and 1.5 per cent by airplanes. w-St led Telephone Cable Built to Terre Haute FT. LUL'Iti. Mo. A new-iityl'd telephone fable which will ronsiU'T-ably increase the numljer of long distance circuits eastward from Ht. Louis has reached Vandalia. 111.. It was announced today by the Southwestern Telephone Company. The project is expected to be completed to Terre Haute. Ind.. Its eastern terminus, by next spring. At Terre Haute, the cable will connect with existing lines to other cities such as Chicago, Atlanta aud Pitta-burgh. The so-called "co-axial" cable permits au increase in the number of long distance circuits with a minimum amount of scarce materialt. Any two of the six coaxial conductors in the ettble provide 480 epa-rate telephone circuits, or two television channels. The new line is a- mong the first major coaxial cable , projects in the country, extending ; 177 miles. Kll Byateui plans com-: pillion of a 7.0oe-mi!e network by i 1SD0. the announcement said. Of Course Your Loan Here Is Confidential. We Can't Think Why It Should Be Otherwise. Personal Loans to $300. SECURITY LOAN CO. XA ANTHONY OlilHN SHEIU IYAB 233 Blackman St. cMvroN, r'.

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