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Monday, November 13, 1944. Page Six THE DAILY CLINTONIAN PUBLIC NOTICE GETTING CLOSER TO MANILA yielding such well-plotted strong-points that u now -is apparent itt'.irr has ordered whatever sacritices may be necessary provided only that his best soldiers are saved fur the final battle. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS I Patton Troops Push Within 5 Miles of Fort BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices ) .gfiBTvfATAi i rrv ? SAMAR.. nil AMERICAN LIBERATION of the Philippines continues as Gen; Douglas MacArthur's forces stretch their control of Leyte and Llamar islands with a million and a half Filipinos already liberated. (J. S. forces control two-t'rds of Leyte and have trapped small Jap garrisons on Samar. The Americans hold an unbroken coastline of 212 miles, from Caragara. on the northwest coast, to Panacan island, oil the southeast cosst. Duteh Villagers Killed By Nazis In Church, Town Hall Shelters Good Ventilation Good ventilation of the sick room is important but the patient should be protected from a draft. A screen is a good device, if available, and can be used in a number of ways. On the drafty side of the bed hang a blanket over a line stretched from the head to the foot of tile bed, or hang a blanket or sheet over a clothes rack. A piece of muslin may be tacked across the "frame of tli window at the opening. LOANS . . . S50 S100 S200 S250 and S300 ya, you can obtain a loan based on your earning ability and you pay interest ONLY lor the time you have the loan. Tiie riibiic Loan Company will assist you quickly aud privately. If you are steadily employed in a faefury, office, store or elsewhere. Come In aud talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per mouth on unpaid balance for amounts up to $150; amount $150 to $300, 1 Per month on unpaid balance. A $50.00 loan repaid in five monthly installments of $10.92 each, cofcts $4.50 hut if repaid la- 10 days, costs only 60c. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need, 8 Pay 10 Pay 12 Pay menta, mente. ments. $ 50 ft 7.J2 ft n.Hii ft 5.02 100 14.25 11.72 $10.05 ft200 $2.& ft2.'l.20 19.03 $2.0 -. 17 28.87 24.07 &00 41.04 $34.39 $29.35 PUBLIC LOAN CO. 2I9!i Main St. Phone 252 rHPCTURES Itny More Ilonds 9c FIN AL TIE. 40c Color Cartoon News -JT- V BUI (Continued F- -m Page I) De Koecking Forest, which lies three miles due east of Chateau Saline, pivotal fortress point guarding Metz. Unconfirmed reports placed the American Fourth Armored Division near Kermering, 12 miles northeast of Salius. Snow, rain and overcast prevail ed throughout the front, but the' Americans continued to push Ahead, scooping up 1,211 prisoners in the last 24 hours. ; 15-Mile Adviu.ee ' I , For the last six days, in the woods and valleys east of Tont-a-MouKson and along the Seille river, Gen. Pat-ion's army has fought a gn at bat- ; tie. Over difficult terrain where slime sucked at every wheel and icy winds turned rain into sleet, his infantry in coordinated attacks with armor pushed the stubborn Germans b:ick a total of 15 miles and has now begun to draw a steel noose around Metz. The alt;ick shows no sign of slack- , en i ne. Jabs in a northerly direction once a sai n a re d ra wing fire from Metz' ring of forts, strojigly indicat-Ing the Germans intend to with- j stand a pipe ralher than yield Metz. Klu'jiik to One Railroad ! It isn't unusual to be jeping a- 1 long the roads in litis area and sud- ; denly being heavily jarred by explosion of a big shell obviously fired for harassing purposes by the ri- fles of the Metz foris. This is the enemy's way of voicing bis protest over the narrowing bottleneck. Gen. Patton already has denied the Germans use of all but one mainline railway and a couple of roads over j which they might try to escape. ! The weather has favored Adolf Hitler by holding American mech-j anized and armored columns to the j roads, robbing them of elbow room, ' j while rain has raised the Moselle ( and Seille rivers to flood level. Fight for Kast Hank At the moment, the battle is be ing fought for complete mastery of the east bank of the Nied Francais river, narrower and shallower than most in ibis area but equally troublesome. The number of crossings made northeast of Chateau Salins already indicate that Patton again is winning hands down. Air Aid hum 11 The Allied air force has been able to offer only sporadic support due to zero visibility, but despite all their natural advantages, the Germans have been forced to retreat eastward from the Moselle after Guaranteed PARTS and SERVICE On AU Makes of RADIOS and WASHING MACHINES Taylor's Radio Service 456 N. 9th St. Phone 793 With n CoatpUmeaca Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASn THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for HELEN MORGAN South Fifth St. Just Come La And Ask For Them I Watch This Bpace Kvery Oar TOl'K NAME MAY UK NEXT (UHYA(IOUS(UTIE! V rnTTwn A I.ARfiE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes, vulcanizing ana Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 631v Trre Haute or Dana 142C. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl3T DEAD ANIMALS ItKUOVED FltliE of charge by Dtvigglns and bona, licensed dealers. (Jail us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. tSxf GUARANTEED 24-HK. REFHIGER- ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Ijonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 1C5-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 JOIN OIK (ilKJTMAH I,AYAWAY t'lub and select a Keepsake Dia mond ring nt Faraco's Jewelry Shop. 128 RECAPPING AND VIILCANIZINC Five-ply passenger car tires. Plen ty of Ethyl and ami-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. RENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t8Cf MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Cllntonian. HELP WANTED WANTED MAN OR WOMAN 25-45 to handle established coffee and grocery route in and around Clinton. Car furnished and expenses paid. Guaranteed salaries plus commissions with steady employment now and after duration. State qualifications. Write Box 4 42-X co Clintonian. t5f MON OR WOMAN WANTED TO supply customers with famous Watkins products in Clinton. No investment. Business established, earnings average $40 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins Co., D-94, Winona, Minn. tlOx LOST OB STOLEN CHEVROLET WHEEL AND TIRE. Size 17-550. Call Divan's Repair Shop. Reward. , til FAMILY WASHING IN BLUE BAG, Tuesday night. Reward. Return 858 N. 8th. tllx LOST BROWN BILLFOLD, PAPERS AND money, in bus depot. Please return to Murphy Store office. Oditto Pugh. Reward. tl2x TWO BAGS OF FEED BETWEEN Ninth Street and Geueva Hill. Mrs. Harry McQueen. BLACK AND WHITE MALE COAT. 1005 Miller St. t09x FOB KENT GARAGE. 1217 SOUTH 6TH ST. tl2x HI S STATION. CALL 920 ANDER-sou or Phone 446. 115 MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment, close in. 415 So. 3rd St. 2tf Dogs of War Several different breeds of dogs have been enlisted by their owners in the marine corps dog section, but the majority found best suited to military training and Meld work are either Doberman Pinschers or German shepherds, between one and five years old. The dog "boot camp" was started at Camp Lejeune, New River, N. C, in January of 1943. 1x6 No. 3 Boards $6.00 Black Corregated Metal Roofing $4.00 Wire Corn Cribs 48" 50 Ft. Boll $4.90 Wood Picket Cribs 36" 100 Ft. Bolls $12.50 Bed Cedar Posts For 20c, 28c, 35c, 55c 26 In. Hog Fence $ .39 1 Onlv Hog Feeder ' 35 Bushel $39.00 Treated Wall Board For Lining $4.00 35 Lb. Booting $1.20 35 Lb. Booting $1.60 STEVENSON LUMBER COMPANY CLAIMS FILED IN OCTOBER AL- 1A)WEI IN NOVEMBER TERM, 1941 GENERAL FUND: Dally Clintonian, court and election exp. $ 70.00 Citizens Telephone Co., service 51.80 T. R. Woodburn Prtg. 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Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (Uke this) 10c I line. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts (re paid monthly or those from organisations 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 HOUSE HOLD GOODS FOR SALE Solid Walnut bed and platform springs, two bedroom dressers, one dresser without mirror, lull sized lion bed and springs, one sectional bookcase, liome made book case, end table, radio bench, magazine rack, floor lamp, broom, one tub, ' ironing board, rake, shovel, library table, living room suite. ' baby bed, mirror and other small items. Property for George M. Kew. H. S. Call, 227 Blackman St. l'lione 326. tit) FOUR ROOM HOUSE IN ST. H Eu nice. FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN FAIRVIEW. TWO ROOM HOUSE WITH T& acres on Briar Hill. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE WITH TWO acres. TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE AND Six room houses in Clinton and Universal. O. F. HOUSTON til Christinas Card Designs are run-Ding low and niany are being ran, celled every day. We ran still sup. ply some very nice ones with names Imprinted, but belter order yours today. See the designs still available at The Daily Clinlonian Office. TABLE MODEL RADIO, 10.00; two cabinet model radio's and a eight piece dining room suite. 603 North 3rd St. tllx WOOL COATS, SIZE 14, RACCOON lur coat, size 14. Also hand crocheted table cloth. 424 Blackman, after 6:30 p. m. , til FIFTH VEIN COAL. $3.25 TON and up. Phone 692-J or 1130 Pike Street. t!5x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRASH Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Cllntoa Aula Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's. Phone S, Clinton. (MM1 33 PLYMOUTH. 249 NORTH WAT-er Street. tl2x MAPLE BABY BED South Third Street. $10.00. 541 ttllx HEATING STOVES, St. Turley's Place. 628 SO. 8TH tllx PAID NOTICES CHRISTMAS CARD DESIGNS ARE running low and muny are being cancelled every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with names imprinted, but better order youin today. See Hie designs still available at The Daily t'lin- ' tonian Office. NOTICE! Food and rummage sale, Friday and Saturday, November 17 aud 18, 219 South Main Street sponsored by Circle 1, WSCS of the Methodist Church. tl4 NOTICE I Truckers' Attention, Coal now available at Hazel Bluff, location two miles S. W. Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. S & O Coal Co. tl2x WANTED SMALL TRICYCLE, PHONE 225-M. (12 ELECTRIC TRAIN SWITCHES. 1506 South 7th Street. tl2x FEMALE HELP WANTED GIRL. G1LLIS PHARMACY. 112 INSTBUCTION, FEMALE LEAKN PRACTICAL NURSING BE A TRAINED PRACTICAL nurse. Big demand. High wages. Learn quickly at home. Fine extra money occupation. Ages 18 to 60. High school not necessary. Write for free information. Wayne School of Practical Nursing. Box 442-W co Clintonian. t!2x M 100 I Between ISO and 200 men, women and children were assembled in the cellars and ancient cells which extended under the whole building, erected in 1596. Shortly after 1 : 30 a. m. a tremendous explosion shook the town hall. The whole building collapsed, burying most of those who had found refuge in the cellar. The Germans had bad free access to the building and on the previous day they had been up in the clock tower where they left a big basket covered with sand. They also visited the towers of two churches, one1 Protestant and one Roman Catholic. Last Saturday night, people In the shelter heard an explosion. The rroiestam en urea naa oeen aesiroy- au M"Ubiuu auu wan uumiug . fiercely. Later, watchman at the town hall saw the Germans go into its tower again and come back shortly afterward He thought at the time that the church explosion had damaged the town hail. Ten minutes later the town hall blew up. Citizens who had rushed from their homes after the explosion tried to organize rescue efforts, but Germans with machine .guns ordered them off the streets, A little later the Catholic church was destroyed. Allied experts who Inspected the ruins of the buildings said there was no doubt that they had blown up by the Germans, using prepared charges. Pay-off Fight For Ormoc Rages; US Infantry Advances (Continued I rum page 11 east, tliey were given ample support by Leyte-based fighters, including a bombing run on the town of Ormoc itself. , In this attack, heavy bomberr. dumped 2 tons of bombs on Jap supply dumps and defense Installations, causing, according to General MacArthur, "extensive damage". At the same time, fighter planes whipped across the Bay of Palompon and destroyed a Jap float plane and three barges, while Navy carrier planes from the Third Fleet made another strike against Jap shipping in Ormoc Hay. where the Japs have been bringing in reinforcements, l a-J Jan Strike They knocked thirteen Jap planes out of the air in what Geuerai Mat-Arthur said waB their "last strike on shipping in Ormoc Bay". In previous assaults, thee doughty warbirds have sunk seven loaded Jap transports uud thirteen destroyers as they attempted to bring aid to the beleaguered Jap garrison on the battle torn island. Although the enemy's aerial re sistance has Increased, the American fliers and anti-aircraft batterie pro- , tecting American positions on the island knocked down 11 Jap planes. Compress Ju lu 1'ocket An overall picture of the battle for Leyte Island would show that the American forces, disdaining the fact ' that the Japs have succeeded in I bringing fresh troops to the island, are slowly but surely compressing the enemy into the Ormoc pocket. while the air force Is daily increasing in force to the point where it might he successful in preventing any es-' catie from the island. f The Ormoc road runs through ex cellent defense terrain, but the fact has failed to deter the hard slugging troops of the 2-ith, the 9tith, the Seventh and the First Division Cav HEUSDEN, Holland Allied sol diers and Dutch civilians of this little vilage still were clearing the ruing of the 350-year-old town hall today, seeking bodies of the estimated 125 to 150 citizens slain by the Germans last Saturday night. The Germans deliberately blew up the building although they knew that about 200 men, women and children were taking shelter in its cellars. Watchmen who guarded the basement shelter that night and town officials who possess evidence of German preparations to blow up the town hall, and also two churches which was wrecked, told the following story: ' ! The allies were approaching Heus- den in their drfve toward the Maas rlver. Saturday, as usual, the pop- ulace had gone into the shelters for protection against allied shelling. Art Kennedy, miners exam board 12.00; Ernest Johnson, same 12.00 Edward Ruby, same 12.00 1 Indiana Slate Sanatorium. t T. B- indigents 2156.42 Geo! W. Roan, taxTefund 21.79 O. F Houston, sch. I fund exp. .00 Vermillion Co. Fair, premiums GOO. 00 E. P. Zi-11, pros, attys. oft. exp. 3.00 DEPT. OF PUMMC WELFARE Nancv Lewis $ 15.00 Herd) a Wheeler 15.00 Zella Bonalo 15.00 Helen L. Parke 15.00 Ocy Collier 15 00 Arminta I -opal 19.92 Citizens Telephone Co. 5-2 Remington Hand Co. 17 00 T. R. Woodburn Prtg. Co. l.t.i Daily Clintonian 9 W Daily Clintonian 42. 90 GRAVEL ROAD REPAIR: S. H. 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