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October 24, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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! THE DAILY CL1NT0NI AN v Page Six bombers and figbbers roared Into ac-l tion behind the German lines, inflicting damage upon enemy supply STATEMENT OF TfW OWKERMUP, MANAGEMENT, MRCTfcATIOlf, ETC., UEOL'litf BIT THE ACT OP (KIKUKE4M OP AlUt'lST , A.VD M.lltCH . Of tbe Daily Ciintonian, published each week at Clinton, Indiana, for October 1, 1944. , ifM State of Indiana, County of Vermillion, as: Before me, a notary public in and for tbe state and county aforesaid, oersonailr appeared George L. Carey, who, having been duly sworn ac L - - J Tuesday, October 24, 1944. . Scotch Troops Plough Into Hertogenbosch (Ooatlnamd rm Pa Saint Hichielsgestel and Boztel arc tiluui.-d four and seven miles, respectively, southeast of Hertogenbosch. lint-ken Progress Scored Canadian troops in the Schelde river area south of Breskeus con BUSINESS SERVICES cording to law, depose and says that be is "be Publisher of the Daily Ciintonian and that Ibe following is, to the best of bis knowledge and belief, a (rue statement of Ibe ownership, management tand if a daily paper, Ibe circulation, etc., of tbe aforesaid publication for date shown in tbe above caption, required by the Act of August 24. 1912, as amended by tbe Act of March 3, 1933, embodied in Section 637, Postal Laws and Regulations, riuled on tbe reverse 1. That tbe name and addresses side editor, and business managers are: Publisher, George L. Carey, Clinton, Indiana. Editor, George L. Carey, Clinton, Indiana. Managing Editor, George L Carey, Clinton, Indiana. Businesa Manager, George L. Carey, Clinton, Indiana. 2. That tiie owner is: (If owned by a corporation. Its name and ad dress must be stated and also immediately thereunder tb names and ad dresses o' stockholders owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by a corporation, the name and addreeses of be Individual owners must be given. If owned by a firm, company, or other unincorporated concern, its name and address, aa well aa those of each individual member, must be given.) George L. Carey, Clinton, Indiana. 3. That the known bondholders, ers owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (If there are none, ee state.) None, 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving Ihe names of the own ers, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as tbey appear upon the books of the trains. Micomouves, uune. mninr vehicles and barges were de- stioyed in tbe sorties. Middle Europe Bomuea Heavy bombers auacsea uu in Germany, northern iiaiy m Czechoslovakia, and other lighter aircraft pounced on enemy snipping in Ibe Adriatic. EnuK lialv. Occupation of Lamia, Greece, almost 100 miles northwest of Athens, by untisu troops was aunounced by headquarters of the land forces of the Adri- Tbe entry into Mmia was effected as units of the Balkan air force now based in Greece continued tu inflict heavy punishment on German columns continuing lo flee to the nortb of Greece. Rorkville Opens Youth Center r nday I igni Adutl and youth committees of the Hockville Recreational project were hosts for the ooce house in which Ihe Rockville Youth Center inaugurated its active season, Friday evening, from 7to 10, it was announced today. Membership to the cenier is open to all high school and seventh and eighth grade pupils in I'arke county, or lo any leeu age young people out of high si liool. Membership fee is II a your. Non-member must pay a fee of 25c an evening. A youth may come as the guest of a member once, free. Service men ure admitted free at any time, officials added. No Souls The expression of this idea la ascribed to Roger Manwood, chief baron of the English Exchequer in 1592, Edward Coke, celebrated English jurist (1605) and Lord Thurlow, English chancellor (early 19th century). Wl Grade A Quality Csnulbaek Ifo Ration Certificate Needed FACTMtY-rJNTIMlXEt eomoauy but also, in cases where pears upon the books of the company relation, the name of the person or the acting. Is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any Interest direct or indirect in tbe said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. . 6. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the twelve months preceding the date shown above is 37SS. (This Information is required from daily publications only.) GEORGE L. CAREY, Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of October, 1944. MRS. ELIZABETH L. CAHEY, (SEAL) NotJlrjr Pul'"' (My Commission expires Feb. 9, 1946.) tinued to make progress, headquarters said, despite Hie water-logged condition of the terrain they had to traverse. I Advanced forces drove to within a mile of the village of Groede. North of Antwerp, the inland port which the Canadians are seeking to open to Allied shipping, gains were made west of the Roosendaal-Aut-. werp railway and a fresh advance was made into Holland from across i the Belgian frontier. The rest of the western front remained comparatively quiet, except Metz. for the Third Army sector around The official communique from headquarters of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower said there had been no major changes along tbe front from Aachen, Germany, southward to tbe upiier Moselle valley. In Maizieres les Metz bouse to house fighting continued, with the Germans clinging stubbornly to ap- ' proximately one-fourth of the town. iliefiulse Tank. Attacks Northeast of Luneville American a push to the immediate vicinity of forces consolidated gains made in Moncourt. Several Nazi tauk-eupport-ed counter-attacks were repulsed by the Americans in the Luneville sector. 9c FINAL TUE. 40c Little Lulu Cartoon "Eggs Iou't Bounce" LATEST NEWS Dewey Cancels Farm Talk To Reply to FDR (Continued it oa pace II One of the items of ''recent his tory1' Cov. Dewey intends to dwell upon Is the shipping of scrap iron and oil lo a nation already plotting the sneak attack at Pearl Harbor. The Dewey speech in Minnesota, first of his campaign in the Middle West, follows announcement by Re publican Senator Joseph H. Bail of Minnesota that he will support President Roosevelt because he prefers tbe letter s foreign policies to those of Gov. Dewey. Seek ludcfieudefft Vote ' Democratic leaders hope enough so-called independents will follow Bali's example lo carry Minnesota and several other close states for President Roosevelt, but Gov. Dewey is said to be confident be can prevent such a development through tiie medium of his speech .tonight. When and where the farm speech will be given is not known, but II probably will be delayed until alter Gov. Dewey completes bis present lour with a talk at Chicago tomorrow night. Call Ijpgislatire Session Soon after his return to Albany Thursday afternoon, Ihe governor is expected to Issue a call for a special session of the legislature, probably for Monday, to extend the voting hours in New York City, where the registration Is heavy. His counsel, Charles D. Breilel, is meeting in Albany today with members of (be New York Cily Board of Elections lo go over the mailer and Breitel will report Ins findings lo Mr. Dewey later in the week. The Republican nominee did not comment on the pro-Roosevelt declaration by Sen. Bail, explaining he had not seen it at the time of the train press conference. Otl to Milwaukee He will leave Minneapolis at midnight for Milwaukee, where, for three hours after his arrival at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow, he will confer with party leaders. He is expected to make a speech at tbe Milwaukee station. PIsji tfltirago tifieecb Gov. Dewey will proceed to Chicago at 12:30 p. m. tomorrow arriving there two hours later. His Chicago speech will be delivered at the Chicago Stadium, after which he will leave for the return trip to Albany. Onset of Winter Fails To Halt Dogged Allied Spearheads in Italy (Continued from page 1) Monte Belmonte. key high ground j that bars the Fifth Army's approach . to Bologna. Capture Key Hill Points I In flank acttonat this point, Brit-! ish, Indian and South African un-II captured several Important hills, the South Africans, on the left, taking a hill northeast of Vergato that dominates the Prato-Bologna road. ! The British and Indians captured a number of important features on the right. j The British Eighth Army on the Adriatic coast, meanwhile, inflicted "considerable casualties," upon the enemy, particularly north of the Ce-, sena bridgehead. ! A German counter-attack in that area was repulsed. The Eighth Army j forces then moved on to expand tiie bridgehead across the river Savio j near Cesena. j South of the town, Indiana troops ! seized the heigths of Monte Cavallo. a Ley prominence along the water-, shed west of the Savio. ' British and Polish troops, operat- i ing farther south, chalked up local gains while the Mediterranean sky I fighiers delivered new blows against the Reich and the Nazis in northern Italy. I Despite poor weather, fighter PACK UP YOUR AND SMILE i I f A liMM POLAND'S SERVICE STATION FIKESTOXE TEX ACO ISW K. MAIN CI.IIVTON, IND. Rates for Classified Ads 2nd Paid Notices First day Uuertioa: e tor aa dlBg lie (OB OlBm Uju, Uk Kcit two day iMertira: ft aam a cbarg (you get Uirea daya at double tba coat ot tba (iret day). Next tbree day tBaertloa: toe aw U cbarga lyou get a whole keek fly day at three time tae aoat of oae Insertion . Eacto group ot tbree daw tbara-ater, a Use. Blackface (like tjbie) lt per Ilea . All claaairied ad Including mem-ortama and aotlcea of all kind must teald la advance except tboae br regular customer wboae accounta are paid uoutbif or tboea from organization wboae bill muat be allowed before being paid, ta tbe latter eaae tbe peraoa asking the publication of tbe notice will be beld responsible for Ma payment. FOB SALE SOLID WALNUT BED, INNER-epring mattress, platform springe. $45. Oriental rug, 9 x 12, 2. Axuiluister rug 9 x 12, $15. Ax-minster ID' 3" x IV 6", $U). Two ji 17 each, dresser without mirror, S3. Living room suite. , $30. Library table, it. In rear of 227 Blackinan St. t7 ENGLISH SETTER PUPS. LINE bred champ sport peerless. Greatest producer of champion living or dead, f 15. Urookbanks Station, Lyford. t9 TTvE UOOM MODKHN HOL'SE, with out buildings on a lot and a bait. Earl Woolf, St. Beruice, Ind. tas.v PHY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE it. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 6 yrs. against moth damage. Lee Hain. FOUB BOOM HOUSE, THREE lots. Garage, outbuildings. Choice corner location, reasonable. Hab-Icht, Lyford. I5x GROCERY AND GAS STATION good small town. $4.I0 with property. Farms for sale. Rutherford's Store, Alamo, Ind. VJhx BABIES l'LAY 'I'EN, BABY Bl'G-gy, auto seat, two fur coats, size 1$ and 18. 1517 South Third Street. 197x "36 DODGE FORDOR S E D A N. Clean. Wilson, Justice, and Osella. 335 South 3rd. t LARGE CIRCULATING HEATER. Albert Nolle, 106 North Twelfth. t8x BOYS' REVERSIBLE TOP COAT, size 15; one dresser in good shape. 45 North Street. t97x EZ WASHER WITH SPINNER drier. Will be demonstrated at Osmon Brothers. t97x USED ARMY SHOES, 300 NORTH Ninth Street, Beilos Shoe Shop. t97x WORE l'EONY CLUMPS, RED, pink and white. Hershcy Green House and Flower Store. 19 If FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Cbarlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-41 f BHIOK, any kind yoa lUL Ulntoe Aato Wrecking Parte Co. Ernie's, rbooe , Clinton. Mtf LARGE" HEATER IN VERY GOOD condition. Phone 1114-1. t97x MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS. White's Pharmacy. 19 lx LOST WINE COLORED DAVENPORT cushion near Hillsdale. Return to Hillsdale High School. t96 WANTED TO BUY POPCORN WANTED For quick sale on your 1944 Crop Write: B. H. Schallinger, co Confection Cabinet Corp., 430 W. Erie St., Chicago, III. t96x ELECTRIC WASHER. MUST BE IN good condition. Write Mrs. Cana-day, 348 Sycamore. tlx HELP WANTED FOR GENERAL GREENHOUSE work. Call 21 or Inquire at Her- , shey Flower Store. I96x i ' LOST I VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS ring with stone, Saturday night, j Return to Tommy James, Cozy Corner, N. 7th St. Reward. !99x WANTED TO BENT ROOM FURNISHED OR L'NFUK-nished, close In. Tel. 330 after 6 p. m. 197 FEMALE HELP WANTED WAITRESS Phone 785. VICTORY CAFE. t97 i?Aiikin 1 1 i mr.tr. RTnetc OP Goodyear fcar. Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Becapping neatly done and Guaranteed. Stb and Bogart Mobllga Kmiion Joa Giacoletto. Clinton. 82tf DEAD A N I M'A It 8 BEMOVED, large or amail, prompt aervice. CaU Crawford 8J01 or Crawford (8109 Tiire Haute or Dana We Dar all phone cbargea. Jobs Waehtel Co.. Terre Haute. tlS7 DEAD AKlMAIi liEatOVED FHEE ot charge by Uwigglaa and , licensed dealer. Call us aa aoou a tney die and tetene charges. Daaa Feed Becrice, Vtuu. Pfaoae 60. tSzf HEAL ESTATE. IF YOU WANT TO sell your property In and around Cilutou, list it with H. S. Call. 1 can sell it. 227 Blackinan Street. I'lione 326. t7 ..,i,v IlllUJIk'H Millt a beautiful new plaulliiuin mounting from Paraco'e Jewelry Klion. '00 ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE aion e nlv tires Tbe Gas Mar ket, 115 North Main Street, Clin-Inn. t60f BRONZE SCREEN WIRE 16 Mesh 20 in., 2 In., 30 In., 34 in. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. Guaranteed 24-Hr.. Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Pbone 1034-4 Clinton or 166-J-2, Montezuma. HUN OUt CHRISTMAS I.AVAWAY Club and select a Keepsake llia-iitond ring at Paraco'a Jewelry Shop. t00 BELIEVE IT OK NOT, WE HAVE some good watermelons. McCrack-en Market. tf BENNfcT TRANSFER X)CAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t5f FOB KENT THREE ROOM MODERN FUR-nished apartment with gas. Write Box A. 4 42, Ciintonian. 196x GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE, FAIR- iew. Call at 205 North Main. t96x 'OUR ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE 618 N. Main Street. t96x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, BUI Blackburn, Ciintonian. PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Jerusalem Ildge No. 99 F. A. M. called meeting, Tuesday, October 24, 7 p. m. Work in E. A. degree. John Griffiths, W. M., Char-1 les Brown, Secretary. uo NOTICE! Come (o our Carnival and have fun. Tuesday, October 24. Hillsdale. PTA. 19 7x INSTRUCTION, FEMALE GIBLS. WOMEN lie A Practical Nurse Big Demand - High Wages High school not necessary. Easy to learn in spare time. Ages 18 to 6). War demands have caused big shortage. Prepare now for this interesting, profitable and patriotic work. Write for FREE information. Wayne Krhool of Practical Nursing, Box 552-W co Ciintonian. t97x INSTRUCTION MECHANICALLY MINDED MEN look into Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable future career. Write Utilities Inst. 442-1 co paper. t97x Clean Coal In 1942, an estimated 145 million tons of bituminous coal were mechanically cleaned, 25 per cent of the total output of that year. Fifteen years previously, only 5.3 per cent of all coal was cleaned mechanically. With The CoaapUnmu Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for DONALD CONN North Ninth St. Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch ThU Space Every Day TOUR NAME MAI BE NEXT Phone 2 IND. of this form, to-wil: of the publisher, editor, managing mortgagees, and oilier security hold stockholder or security bolder ap as trustee or In any other fiduciary corporation tor wnom aucn irususe Insterberg. Loss of the city would prove a heavy strategic blow to the Nazi defenders. The Soviet communique revealed (hat the Initial break-through Into East Prussia greatest Allied penetration of German soil on either European front came while other Red army troops lashed out with new blows In the autumn offensive. Forces on the first Baltic front to the north, in (heir campaign a-gainst Memel, occupied more than 5(19 towns and villages, including the railway junction at Szibben. On the Karelian front, the Russians moved west and southwest of Pet-samo, liberating the nickel mining area, cutting the Rovaniemi-Kirke-nes bihgway and capturing tbe town of Salmijaervi. In Hungary, the Bed forces attained the south bank of the river Tisa. They moved north and northwest of Niyregyhaza and occupied five towns in the Tisa drive. Joined with Yugoslavian units, the Russians battled to enlarge a bridgehead across the Save river west of Belgrade. The city of Bezan-ja and the railway station at Zemuo-sko-Pole fell into Soviet hands. With Bulgarians and Yugoslavs, the Bed troops seized 14 Yugoslavian towns, including Kocana. New gains were scored In northern Transylvania with the capture of more than 60 towns and villages, including the Viile Setrnarulul railway station. In Czechoslovakia, southeast of Mukacevo, general advances were reported along a 20-mile front along with the capture of several inhabited places. Main stem of Moscow war news, however, was the East Prussian operations, marking the first time in 30 years Russian forceB had entered Germany. Marshal Stalin announced the dramatic entry into the Reich in an order of the day, confirming German reports issued several days ago. Parade, Program Mark Navy Day In Clinton, County (Continued from page II the dinner to be served at 6 p. m. at the Half Century Club, It was announced, while mothers of men in the navy are to be honored at the gymnasium meeting. Tickets are now on sale for the i dinner but the meeting in the gym-I nasium is open to the public, Mr. 1 McDonald emphasized. He urged that as many county (and city residents as possible attend the meeting to pay honor and trib-I ute lo the U. S. Navy. The parade, under Ihe direction of Nick Karanovich. Guy Briggs and John Bentley, is scheduled to start 'at the Ninth Street railroad track at 7 p. m. The band, color guard and ! floats will start out the parade I while the walking participants will Join the line of march on the cor ner of Main and Vine streets as the parade comes up Vine from Ninth. All local organizations are urged to have representatives in the parade which - will be led by the Clinton High School band and possibly the Newport High School baud. The representation Is expected to be county-wide as Newjiort and Cayuga chairman have been appointed and are working In the north part of the county to have organizations in the parade. Navy Day is celebrated on Oct. 27 because that date marks the anniversary of the data in 1775 when the Continental Congress received the bill providing for the United States fleet. The dale has been celebrated since 1922, THEPCTURES Buy More Bonds TheCirlOfThe! Xhp Yipar In 'The -dp 1 AT KS- W a Am Moment, With The Loves Of A Mim m Mink -fi ! NJ tmfi yen for . i 7 mwft'mm rivv Technicolor j f . v U Picture Of A Lifetime! ftmnrn nnnrnfl rtnn mmnnn I N buiutn nuuuio una 1 Reds Straddle Rail Center In Prussian Drive (Continued bom page I) er, main defense line of the Inster-burg Gap, were unconfirmed in Moscow, the communique claiming only that the key railway city of Goldap is the western most point of tbe Soviet spearhead. (The German DNH agency, in a broadcast heard in London, asserted the Russians had pushed to the banks of the Angerapp, 15 miles beyond Goldap and 35 miles inside East Prussia. (Colonel Alfred von Olberg, Nazi war commentator, admitted also that the Russians breached German lines, "mainly south of Gumhinnen in the general direction of Goldap which had tr be evacuated.") Kim-jil Aero Kaflroad Capture of Goldap and me town of Gumbinnen, to the north, and the seizure of Schirwindt, even father northward, spread the third white Russlar army across the vital Kov-no-Koengsherg railroad, the gateway line from the east into Germany. Under the 37-year-old tank expert. General Ivan D. Cheruyahov-sfcy, the Russians, in occupying these old hunting grounds of Kaiser Wil-helm and Air Marshal Goeriug, stood only 15 miles from the city of COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATLBE Admission 9c and 20c STEEL AGAINST TIIE SKY With Lloyd Nolan Alexis (Smith PLLS LAW OF THE TROPICS With Constance Bennett Jeffrey Lynn Mona Maris THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c DUKE OF WEST POINT With Tom Brown Louis Hayward Joan Fontaine Biehard Carlson "Groovie Movie" Pete Smith Special TROUBLES IN YOUR OLD KIT BAG SMILE SMILE, AMERICA 1 1 J BOYD l 0i A WARNER BROS. KIT wan Matty Mokwck a Hi. Orchertra Directed by LEWIS SEILEK 1 Oriai senw ru fey ras Smn a Met Mi) a "w m NMomi nam PALACE 2s 9c -35c TONITE Of Course Your Loan Here Is Confidential. We Can't Think Why It Should Be Otherwise. Personal Loans to $300. 2 BIG FEATURES ROY ROGERS In COMING THLR, - FBI. - SAT. JOE E. BROWN A In N POLO JOE d SECURITY LOAN CO. Man From Music Mountain 2M Blackinan St. CLINTON",

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