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Tuesday, November 14, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six PALACE TONITE BCSINESS SERVICES , Q rj Mm Clinton Possible Site for New Coal Product Industry (Continued fTom page 1) communities are being studied and only two plants will be built. These will employ approximately 200 persons each and will require 40 acres of land. Hope of securing a branch plant of a NMes. Mich., firm, which at 0111 time appeared certain, now has been virtually abandoned, the Commercial club president said and nothing more is in view at the I'le-sent time. A Icnw scene from 1irllc Chan's "Black Magic," with Kidney Toier. Frances Chan, Joe Crchan and Jacqueline lieWII. Soviet Forces Drive on Reich From the East (Continued from page I ) miles east of jaszbereny, was regarded as the highlight uf eastern front fighting. The town is on. a railroad that links the enemy's vital communications lines between Budapest and Miskolcz and Buda7 pest and Szoinok. A brief official communique listed the towns that were taken, stated 24 German tanks were destroyed and said that, on other sectors of the eastern front, there was nothing but reconnaissance activity. The communique supplement, however, told how Soviet infantrymen and cavalrymen smashed through the town and railway station at Jaszki-ser. then surprised the Germans with an attack on Jaszapati. Armies Break Through (German reports, heard in I,on-don and unconfirmed in Moscow, i stated tiie ltcd army reached as far as the city of Jaszcbcreny in the at-ItaCk on Jaszapati only to be hurled I back. The Nazi radio also admitted the Russians had broken into the i city of Fuezes-Abony, 0 miles .northeast of Budapest.) More than 1.000 prisoners of war were taken during the day, according to the Russian announcement ' which quoted some of the Hungar-i ian captives as saying panic had broken out among their troops. Farther north . )n East Prussia. t the "reconnaissance activity, men- Itioned in the communique, apparently included a series of artillery land machine gun duels with the enemy. The communique supplement told enemy gunfire, in one sector, played constantly on the Russian positions. American land, Air Fire Turned On Palaus Japs (Continued from Page One) a heavy storm, but that It was immediately placed under a blockade US Third Army Closing in On Mctz Garrisons (Continued ti om Dae I ) "It cannot stop. It cannot be doubted that they intend doing so" and by this the Times meant that the Allied high command plans to grind Adolf Hith.'r down to defeat this winter without giving his harried nation a respite of months to prepare for operations in the spring, when- weather conditions will be far wore suitable. i' ' ' , SI'PRfi.ME REAUQCARTERS. Allied Expeditionary Force, Paris. Another Fortress group at Vser. four miles south of Melz, was cap tured by the United States Third i Army today in a mounting sweep that carried American forces to i within 3Vi miles of the Moselle riv- : er city guarding the Saar valley. j In Mile Advance ' I The Vser forts were taken by a : Fifth Infantry Division combat team which advanced about a mile I from Vei ny and past the town of Orny. The new success at Yser brought to five the number of Sbtz fortifications already oerruu by the Ann- ricans. I Gen. Dwight D. Kisenhower's headquarters announced the repulse I of nine German counter-attacks yes-Iterday. as well as a presumably successful American assault against .the American Sixth Armored and Fifth Infantry Divisions in the vi-, cinlty of a railway line southeast of Metz at Sandy-Sur-Nicd. ; Strong counterattacks also were made east and northeast of Chateau Salins and in the vicinity of the Forest of Bride de Koecking. where the Germans regained most of their lost ground and control of most of the forest. I Other enemy assaults were made in the vicinity of Koenissrnachcr. j The American bridgehead at Koe-nigsmaeher is being expanded, with With The CompUmeata Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for EVA HATLEY North Eighth St. Just Come la Afld Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day TOUR NAME MAI BE NEXT PUBLIC NOTICE IJ-;.AI, NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Vermillion County. Indiana will receive sealed bids up to the hour of Two (2:00) P. M. on the 4th day of December. 1944. for the following highway equipment: One new or used cu. yard Iwo drum two speed eablcway hoist, complete with 2( HP electric motor 3 phase 60 cycle 22" volts and starter. One new or used Vs cu. yard eabhway bucket and carrier complete with heavy duty traveler block and dump block " and chains. , Each bid must be accompanied by a bond, or bid bond in the sum of tSitti.OO. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to purchase both or either one of the ahoe mentioned items. IRA i. CHURCH. Auditor Vermillion County, Indiana. 1114-2144. Go Astray Just about 95 out of every 100 patients, who, up to January 31, 1944, had been admitted to the venereal disease Rapid Treatment centers operated under the direction of the U. S. Public Health service, have been girls. Slightly more than one-third of these patients (34.1 per cent) have been .between the ages of 15 and 19, making this, the second largest age group of patients. Ages 20 to 24 form the largest group 37.3 per cent. In Memoriam In loving memory of Nina B. Murray, who departed this life one year ago, Nov. 3, 1943. November brings sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest Who will never be forgotten By the ones who loved her best. Loving and kind in all her ways. Upright and just to the end of her days. Sincere and true In heart and mind. Beautiful memories she left behind. Sadly missed by father and mother, Ed and Zora Murray and Brother, Johnnie and Wife of South Seventh Street. Grandfather, Grandmother. Aunts and Uncles and Cousins. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOLBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c Seven Days Ashore With Wally Brown . Alan Carney Marcy McGuire PLUS Wild Brian Kent With Ralph Bellamy THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c (NICKER BOCKER HOLIDAY With Nelson Eddy Charles Coburn Constance Dowling "Mighly Mouse Meets Jt lij II and Hyde Cat" Terrytoon "Champions Carry On" Sports Review Avoid the Danger I I ! an advance of from one to two miles south southeast uf the town further enhancing present positions east of the Moselle. Americans Move Kuslnaid South of Thionville. American positions were expanded and the sector extended a mile to the east. Green Cabbage ' There's almost no end to the delicious ways of serving green cab-base, alone or in combination. Cool crisp cole fi!aw; hot savory slaw, cabbage boiled in meat broth, chopped enbbauc quick cooked in milk, und cabbage boiled in quarters. RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-IIour Service THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Wanted To Buy SO-Used Cars HIGHEST CASH TEICES PAID WILSON, JUSTICE AND GSELLA AUTO SALES (Formerly Coleman Auto Co.) THEPiCWRES Buy More Bonds !)c FINAL TUE. 40c Color Cartoon News First Run Features Ik GHOST COMMIT MURDER! PMil Wild Dill ELLIOT1 THURSDAY Si CAN 7 Rites fcr Classified Ads zzi Paid Notices Flrat day Insertion: Se for each Mediae line (on oolnma line. Ilk He of Uieae). Next two days Iraeittea: the tain c chars (roll sat three dara at double the coat ol the flrat day). Next three dayi Inaertloa: the mm te charge rou set whole teek tire dan) at three tlmei Ue oat of on Inaertlon). Each group of thre Aar thereafter, ae a line. pwH (Uk till) 10c fMCttM- All claastfled ada Includlnc mm- l --.4 mnim nf all binds muat be paid In ad race except thoee by I refill ar cuatomers wnoar account fx prld monthly or those from organization whoa bllla muat be allowed before belnf paid. In the latter eaa the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responalble for 1U payment - FOB SALE FOl'K ROOM HOUSE IN ST. BKK- nice. FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN FAIRV TWO ROOM HOUSE WITH VIEW. 7 acres on Briar Hill. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE WITH TWO TWOTHREE, FOUR. FIVE Six room houses In Clinton Universal. O. F. HOUSTON AND and til Christinas Card Hcsigns are run-nine low and many are being '-celled every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with names imprinted, but belter order yours today. See the designs still available at The Daily Clinlonian Office. DEXTER WASHER. TWO YEARS old. G. E. Cabinet Radio. Mrs. A. A. Layman, Cayuga. I'hone 758. (Ill TABLE MODEL RADIO. 10."0; two cabinet model radio's and a eight piece dining room suite. 603 North 3rd St. tllx WOOL COATS. SIZE 14. RACCOON fur coat, size 14. Also hand crocheted table cloth. 424 Blackman. after 6:30 p. m. ' til ONE 9 BY 18 RUG AND ONE DIN-ing room suite. Carl Walker. Jonestown. t!3x FIFTH VEIN COAL. f3.26 TON and up. I'hone 592-J or 1130 l'lko Street. tlEx FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-lll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any Uatd yon waat. Ullntoa Aato Wrecking Part Co. Ernie's, Phone S, OUntoau Mtf 33 PLYMOUTH. 249 NORTH WAT-er Street. tl2x MAPLE BABY BED J10.00. 541 South Third Street. ttllx HEATING STOVES, 628 SO. 8TH St. Turley's Place. tllx PAH) NOTICES CHRISTMAS CABI) DKHKi.N'H ARE running low and many are being cancelled every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with names Imprinted, but better order yours today. See the designs still available at The Daily Clin-tonian Office. i NOTICE! Food and rummage sale, Friday and Saturday, November 17 and 18, 219 South Main Street sponsored by Circle 1, WSCS of the Methodist Church. tl4 NOTICE! Truckers' Attention. Coal now available at Hazel Bluff, location two miles S. W. Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. S & O Coal Co. tl2x NOTICE! Please get your poultry orders In as soon as possible before Thanksgiving. Reeders Poultry Store. t!7 WANTED SMALL TRICYCLE, PHONE 225-M. (12 ELECTRIC Tit A I N SWITCHES. 1506 South 7th Street. tl2x FEMALE HELP WANTED GIRL. GILL13 PHARMACY. INSTRUCTION. FEMALE LEARN PRACTICAL NURSING BE A TRAINED PRACTICAL nurse. Big demand. High wages. Learn quickly at home. Fine eviia money occupation. Ages 18 to sn. High school not necessary. Write for free Information. Wayne School of Practical Nursing. Box 442-W co Clinlonian. t!2x WANTED TO BUY Ur.-EI) TOYS ANY KIND A.MJ IN any condition. 603 N. 3rd St. tux SURELY FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Good-aar Car. Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly don and Guaranteed. th and Bogart Mobllgas Button, Jo tilacoletto, Clinton. 2tf DEAD A N I MA L 8 REMOVED, arc or email, prompt acrvlce. Call Crawford :C1 or Crawford (SlOt T JTre Haute or Dana 141. We par all phone charge. Jobt Wachtel Co.. Terre Haute. tlJI DEAD AMMALS HEMUVKD FKEE of charge by Dwlggina and Bone, licensed dealers. Call ua aa aoon a tliey die and reverse charge. Dana Feed Service, Dana, I'hone 60. tExf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-allon Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake. Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma, 8-1-45 JOIN OIK CHIUTMAS LAVAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faracos Jewelry' Shop. 123 RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and antl-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 Bl'RDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , B"' 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 442-X co Clintonian. t5f LOST OR 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. I tllx LOST BROWN BILLFOLD, PAPERS AND money, In bus depot. Please return to Murphy Store office. Oditto Push. Reward. t!2x FOR RENT THREE ROOM FURNISHED house. Coal, lights, water, inside toilet. 939 Blackman Street. tl3x GARAGE. 1217 SOUTH 5TH ST. tl2x MODERN FURNISHED APART- mcnt, close In. 415 So. 3rd St. 2tf FOR SALE OR TRADE 18-FOOT HOUSE-TRAILER FULLY equipped. Cheap. Inquire 540 So. Fifth Street after 4:30 p. m. tI3x FOR TRADE FIVE ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN. for tractor or truck. Sam Rowley, 350 South Main Street. tl5 Vary Griddle Cakes Griddle cakes can be varied by adding fruit like blueberries or finely chopped apples or pinenpple to the batter before mixing. Other interesting variations are possible by using different types of flour or cereal meals such as cornmeal, buckwheat f our, soybean flour or whole wheat flour. Water In Hat Did you know that it takes about 85 gallons f water to make on man's hat? 1x6 No. 3 Boards $6.00 Black Corrected Metal Roofing $1.00 Wire Corn Cribs 48" 50 Ft. Roll $100 Wood Picket Cribs 86" 100 Ft. Rolls $12.50 lied Cedar Posts For 20c, 28c, 35c, 55c 26 In. Hop, Fence $ .39 1 Only Hon Feeder 35 Bushel $39.00 Treated Wall Board For Lining $1.00 35 Lb. Roofing $1.20 45 Lb. Roofirg $1.60 STEVENSON LUMBER COMPANY AFTER Phone 62 nf II. S. warshins which moved into'eame as it took in September when sairs and Avengers to hit several sm;i!l islands nt the northern end ol the Patau group, setting lo fuel dumps afire in a night raid. Army I.ihertors from the Seventh Air Force also were active, raiding airfields on lwo Jlma In the Volcano group on November 10 In t'te fare of only meager flak. Large fires were caused in storage areas. Production of US 15-29 Superforls Cut in Walk-out fCnniluued uoo pace 1) David C. Newcomb. leader of the strikers, told reporters that "the men want to await the fairness of army regulations." Non-Strikers t nn't Work The Wright Aircraft Supervisors Association claims only 1.1100 members among the company's 2.700 foremen, but all of them shunned the plant for a second day today, forcing the company to turn away a total of 32.000 production workers who are not on strike. The largest of the plants, In Woodridge, N. J., is one of two in the nation turning out Cyclone engines for the huge bombers. Seventeen thousand workers at Woodridge and an estimated 23,000 in the other plants, which feed, parts for the B-29 engine, had to be turned away from the gates yesterday as the Wright Aircraft Supervisory Association, the small Independent union which called the strike, refused pleas to send the foremen back. Spokesmen for the union said the strike was called to force the army to take over the five plants. Hear U'MI Order Today the strikers assembled in the Lafayette Friends Hall in Patterson to hear the text of a War Labor Board telegram directing them to return to their Jobs at once. , The WI,B, however, refused to take steps to settle the dispute while the strikers are out, and denounced the walkout as a violation of labor's uo-strika pledge. The union is demanding a seniority program, grievance machinery, and recognition as bargaining agent for the foremen. The company's position is tha tie supervisors staged a similar , walkout in a demand for union re cognition. The current strike came only week after Gen. H. H. Arnold, com- I mandlng the Army Air Forces, tola ! Wright officials that "we want twice the number of three months." B-29's in the next Nationwide Probe Of Cigaret Shortage Is Centered in Chicago CHICAGO. 111. A nationwide investigation to determine if the black market, a genuine shortage or some other factor is responsible for the mysterious scarcity of cigarets centered today In the Chicago area. : Officials ore seeking to trace every step in the progress of cigarets from tobacco plant to warehouse to jobber to niealtr'n shelf. Scope of the extensive Inquiry was revealed in Chicago today by George B. Haddock, Special Assistant Attorney General In charge of anti-trust cas. Findings of his staff. Haddock said, will be compared with those of OI'A and other investigators to obtain an over-all picture of the situation, lie added: "When we have all Ibis we'll have the answer to the cigaret mystery. Th finditu-s will bo sent to Washington aii'l if evidence of a black market appears, prosecution will follow." Haddock said all warehouse and Jobbers Inventory findings from (he Chicago. Detroit and St. Paul areas wurc being assembled in Chicago. Findings thus far indicate that warehouse stocks are quite low, he said. Marines' Artillery After operating in many wars for nearly a century and a half without any artillery of its own, the marine corps first used organic artillery units in San Domingo in 1016. In all previous engagements involving artillery, marines had been supported cither by naval gunfire or by army artillery units, as was the case in France. Lend Lease Lend-lease food deliveries in 1943 were more than 11 billion pounds: to the British Empire, 42 per cent; Russia, 61 per cent; North Africa, 5 per . cent; and other areas, 2 per cent. raALACT3Qc.S5t9 r 1 J the passage the Japs used in pene- trating the American-held section of the Palaus. I'nder Air, ljuid Fire The Invading force. Admiral itz announced, has been shelled by American gunboats, and with Ame - Mean airfields In operation on both Peleliu and Angaur. the small garrison of Japs holding Ngeregong were at the mercy of American bombs and gunfire. Since the Americans captured Peleliu and Angaur Islands, activity in their vicinity has not decreased, according to Admiral Nimitz' communique. With the airstrips on both Islands now being used by American war-planes, aerial activity has been widespread, and attacks by the Yankee pilots included one in which a Japanese destroyer was bombed arid sunk November 10 near Colou after having been previously damaged. Corsairs of the second marine aircraft wing were credited with the sinking. Attacks Are Widespread On November 9 marine Corsairs and Avengers attacked Ngesang on Babelthuap island, north of I'cleliu. sinking one barge and setting fire to a fuel lank. They encountered moderate anti-aircraft fire. At the same lime. Helical fighter planes bombed Koior Iflanil and I he town nf Babelthuap. scoring a direct hit on a radio station and sinking a Jap barge. The Island of Yap ulso came in for an attack. 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