The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 15, 1944 · Page 6
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 15, 1944
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Wednesday, November l., !!. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Page Six PUBLIC NOTICE REMOVE LIVE SHELL FROM YANK Yanks Topple New Forts In Metz Advance (Continued trom page II 1 x-vvv : BUSINESS SERVICES enst of the Canal du .nr, acajnsi light opposition . ' yards since the att;irk ln':.-;iii. Southeast of llruyeri on u1( Seventh Army from. A iii-.ui nr. ces captured liieinillo. hnus mu Luna. Infantry men of the I'ifih )hj. sinn edged closer to the heart ut Metz from the smith and supreme hiadiiuartcrs relmrteil that a ei ni r. al withdrawal of the enemy rrnm the Metz area .as continuing. Upton Close Is Barred from Air Bv Kadio Network ml (Continued ftum page 1) iwo years, are considered the biggest Sunday daytime program anil there, ."ore It would be illogirnl from a business standpoint for MIC to ctnl lie program. rurtherniore. ho said. NBC has nade no complaint about the ron-ent of his commentaries, which the radio network serutinVped before allowing their broadcast. Close, who came here for an ad-Iress before the Memphis Kxecutiven Club, said in an interview that Nile lad notified his sponsor that It no longer would sell the pen company lime on the air unless Close were lropped. The radio commentator said lie was preparing all possible informa tion on the case. " Chilean Mining Much of the nitrate ore in north Chile is mined by the old method of , placing an explosive under a deposit, and blowing it up so it can be manu-C ally sorted. At the Chuquicamata' copper mine, largest single mining ' property in the world, latest scien- j tific methods are used. . 9C.35C 2 First Run Features IUCKY TO BE AUVE, Pvt. Jackie Miles of Tompkinsville, Ky., Inspects the 29-mm. shell which went through his body and lodged in his chest but miracuously did not explode. Medical officers removed It In 3 field hospital on Leyte, despite the risk of it blowing up and killing all of them. (International Soundpboto) the new forts laken as Hubert and Jussy. plus Fort Mange which lies south of Thlonvillc some 20 miles to the north. Move In on 4'ity Other units of the Third Armv under Lieut, flen. "(ieorge S. rat ion. Jr.. have laken up positions two miles west of Met ill I lie viein itv of Aiikuv. while still others are three miles cast of Itozerieules. Forts to the suulh and southeast of the city have been laken against little resistance, most of it from small arms fire, while the Hermans evacuated their fortress group at Orny. West of Metz. the town of ( halel St. Oerniain was laken after an at tack begun yesterday, ' while fort Joan of Arc wan by-passed. It did not Interfere with the American action. Fort ttrlant, the main bastion guarding Melz. presumably also has been by-passed. None of the forls In the neighborhood has shown any thing like the fight they are capable of putting up, headnnar'ers said. The escape gap northeast of Metz has now been narrowed to eight miles. " The town of I'eltre, 2 ' miles southeast of Melz. was cleared of tljc enemy, while the enemy fialient southeast of Bois l'Hopital has vir tually been stralplilened ollt. Fairly strong counterattacks were beaten off near Pouilly. n Holiard, British troops pushing Palace; 1 BROADWAY NIGHTS By AXEL STORM Tcfl COI CAN -afc...-V .. M : 1 j Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day Insertion: Se for each rNdlng Una (one colnmn Una, Ilka na of theaa). Naxt two dan lrsertlon: tha stme le charge (you get three dan at double tha coat of tha firat day) Next three dan lnaertlon: the una te charge (yon get a whole keek fire days) at three tlmea the oat of one lnaertlon). Each group of three dayi thereafter, le a line. Blackface (like thla) 10c per Una. All claaalfled ada Including mem-orlanta and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customer whose account ra paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter ease the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOB SALE (lirlxtniRH Card IcIkti are running low and many arc being cancelled every day. We ran Mill supply some very Bice one with name Imprinted, hut better order yonin today. See the designs still available at The Dally Clintonian Office. ISO, ir DELIXS.. ALL. METAL " icrector' set, practically new. with electric motor, toy automobile. Irish mail, all In good condition. - Call 241 or 417 Blackman Street. tl4 ONE BY 18 KI T, AND ONE D1X- Ing room suite. Carl Walker, I - Jonestown. tl3x FIFTH VEIN COAL. 3.25 TON and up. Phone 592-J or 1130 Pike Street. tl5x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-ril Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f WOK, any kind yon want, Clinton Ansa Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, i , OUntosv Mtf BEAGLE, RUNNING GOOD. lld.fiO. 316 Walnut St. Phone 371M. tl(x COW AND CALF. JAMES BENO. Route Two. tl4ic 33 PLYMOUTH, er Street. 249 NORTH WAT-t!2x PAH) NOTICES CHRISTMAS CAKII KKSKiN AltE running low and many are being cancelled every day. We ran still supply some very nice ones with names Imprinted, but better or. dcr yours today. Hon the ricflifrnK still available at The Daily Clin tonlaa Office. XOTK'E! A Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & A. M. called meeting. Friday. November 17, 7 p. m. Work in M. M. degree. John Griffiths, W. M., Char les Brown, Secretary. SiOTICE! Food and rummage sale. Friday and Saturday, November 17 and 18. 219 South Main Street sponsored by Circle 1, WSCS of the Methodist Church. 114 NOTICE! Truckers' Attention. Coal now available at Hazel Bluff, location two miles S. W. Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. S & O Coal Co. t!2x NOTICE! Please get your poultry orders In 8S Boon as possible 'before Thanksgiving. Reeders Poultry Store. (17 WANTED SMALL TRICYCLE, PHONE 220-M. (12 ELECTRIC TRAIN SWITCHES. 1506 South 7th Street. tli'x FEMALE HELP WANTED MULL, G1LL1S PHARMACY, 112 INSTRUCTION, FEMALE LEARN PRACTICAL NURSING BE A TRAINED PRACTICAL nurse. Big demand. High wages. Learn quickly at home. Fine extra money occupation. Ages 18 to io. High school not necessary. Write for free information. Wayne School of Practical Nursing. Box 442-W co Clintonian. tl2x WANTED TO BUY USED TOYS ANY KIND AND any condition. 603 N. 3rd St. t FOR KENT THREE ROOM F IBNiSH E D house. Coal, lights, water, inside toilet. 939 Blackman Street, tl 3x FIRST HOUSE IN SAND Call 1126 Ring 2. RIDGE. U7x CAR AGE. 1217 SOUTH 5TH ST. ti: MODERN FURNISHED APART ment, close in. 415 So. 3rd St. 2tf niKTH t'KIITIFH'ATE Notice Is hereby given that Alice Bolls Maudlin has riled a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County. Indiana, to have the time and place or her birth determined. Said petition is set tor hearing on the ISth day of November, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of (he Vermillion Circuit Court. In Memoriam In loving memory of Vincent Soubner, who passed away one year ago today. Nov. 15. Sadly missed by daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James Kragntz; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kazaklvfch and daughters, Mary Ann and Elizabeth Irene. Card of Thanks With deepest gratitude we extend this word of thanks for the many kind acts of sympathy, ex pressed by thoughtful friends. These kindnesses have meant much to us. We especially wish to thank those sending flowers, donating cars also Rev. C. C. Jordon, sin gers, pal 1 bea rers And the Frist Funeral Home; ' - '"Mn. Sarah E.'Zink, 8 Mrand Mrs. Russell Coker and ; v Buddy. i Card of Thanks We desire to express to our kind neighbors and thoughtful friends our heartfelt thanks for their many( expressions of sympathy during the death of Richard Hornby. The beautiful floral offerings were especially appreciated. Mrs. Hornby, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hornby, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Boyce and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis. COLUHDIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE 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 Dow liiiR "Mighty Mouse Meets Jekyll and Hyde Cat" Terrytoon "Champions Carry On" Sports Review Avoid the Dangera of No Ration Ccrtificata Ndd NO l;rd 2. Hirnt dnfOrij FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guar-1 anteed. 9th and Bogart Mobtlgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford (3101 T.Tre Haute or Dana 142. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terra Haute. 1137 DEAD AMMAL8 REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwlggins and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charge. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. tCxf GUARANTEED 24-IIR. REFR1GER-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Boncbrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 JOIN Ollt t llltlTM.AS I.AVAWAV (lull and srli-ct a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. UB RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plen ty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Gas Market. Y 11-2-44 MARLITE TILE BOARD FOR KIT- chen and bath room. Clinton Lum ber 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, Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. 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 CHEVROLETWHEEL AND TIRE. Size 17-550. Call Divan's Repair Shop. Reward. til FAMILY WASHING IN BLUE BAG, Tuesday night. Reward. Return 858 N. 8th. till LOST A SMALL BROWN POCKET BOOK between Jones Store and Dr. 1 White office, money and key. Return to Jones or Gillis. t!4 BICOWN BILLFOLD, PAPERS AND money, in bus depot. Please return to Murphy Store office. Oditto Pugh. Reward. t!2x 1941 Ol.DSMOIIILE HUB CAP ON Elm or 9th Streets return to Ford Garage. tl4 FOR SALE OR TRADE 18-FOOT HOUSE-TRAILER FULLY equipped. Cheap. Inquire 540 So. Fifth Street after 4:30 p. m. tl3x FOR TRADE FIVE ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN, for tractor or truck. Sam Rowley, 350 South Main Street. t!5 Classified Ads Sell Most Anrthnf RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-Hour Service THE DAILY CLINTONIAN 1x6 No. 3 Boards $6.00 Black Correlated Metal Roofing $1.00 Wire Corn Cribs 48" 50 Ft. Roll $4.90 Wood Picket Cribs 36" 100 Ft. Rolls $12.50 Red Cedar Posts For 20c, 28c, 35c, 55c 26 In. Hoe Fence $ .39 1 Only Hog Feeder 35 Bushel $39.00 Treated Wall Board For Lining $4.00 35 Lb. Roofing $1.20 45 Lb. Roofing $1,60 STEVENSON LUMBER COMPANY Phone 62 XV1 : IMrtritatd NEW YORK. A rabbit six feet one and a half Inches tall has Broadway by the ears, reversing the traditional process and giving the patient and much-badgered theatregoer the first smash hit of a busy but subnormal season. The rabbit's name is Harvey and he's a wise, witty and invisible friend who, according to Frank Fay, is greater than Einstein, because Einstein has overcome only time and space, but Harvey has overcome time, space and all objections. The play, called "Harvey" and produced by Brock Pemberton, has 'em smiling shyly as they come out of the 48th Street Theatre. It has also unveiled some of the finest comedy timing we've ever seen in the work of Fay, who's been kicked around many years too long from vaudeville pillar to movie post with an occasional wallop from the microphone. Fay's career has been a peculiar Broadway story. They loved him In England, where they called him "The Wistful One," and you may recall his vaudeville act which consisted in his shy telling of an Intefminable and wonderfully funny story about collectors of string. But Fay, at last, has a role that fits him like the black gown fits Mary Martin in "One Touch of Venus." There isn't a wrinkle In It. and except lor an occasional tendency to draw his line too fine and to carry a mood just a shade too long, Fay does a marvelous job. Harvey appears to El wood P. Dowd, who .finds reality Irksome. Having the time and the money. Dowd finds the rabbit a fine and Fourteen Enemy Ships, 28 Planes Blasted in Attack (Continued tiom page 1) Of the twenty-eight Jap planes knocked out of the skies, eighteen were shot down in air combat over Card of Thanks Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help during the death of Frank New-kirk. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, and other kindnesses, we are dejeply grateful. We especially wish to thank Rev. Kay Crawl and the Frist Funeral Home. Mrs. Ida Uller. Mr. and Mrs. John New-kirk, Nieces and Nephews. Winter Skidding! STARTING THURSDAY JOHN GARFIELD, ANN SHERIDAN Claude Rains and The Dead End Kids in "They Made Me a Criminal" Blag Fcatam. !- reasonable companion. But when Harvey begins to turn up at home, where Elwood's sister and niece live with him, the social reaction becomes somewhat too violent for the ladies to bear. They decide to sequester Elwood, making arrangements for his incarceration in a plush boobv hatch run by two of the screwiest alienists we've seen in many a year. Fact is, the psychiatrists are the weakest elements in "Harvey." Up to the time they come into the picture the play is a gentle and frequently moving comedy about a man who finds reality irksome and turns to a gentle and harmless fantasy. When the doctors enter the play skirts farce, and for some moments the fine, tenuous and gentle comedy is crushed by the action and the lines. But Frank Fay's consummate skill in quiet comedy restores the tone of the play so deftly and unobtrusively that fantasy wins over slapstick. "Harvey" was written by Mary Chase, Denver housewife and former newspaper woman. The movies have gone nuts bidding for It and we understand the offer at the moment U $200,000. It's swell. Mrs. Chase has done a marvelous job and given the stage one of the very few plays in its recent history in which whimsy doesn't gag the audience. The play is well cast. Josephine Hull as Elwood Dowd's sister does everything you expect from Miss Hull, which Is about the best you can get in comedy.' Jane Van Duser plays her daughter well and pulchritude Is supplied by Miss Janet Tyler. Harvey Is a must on your theatrical list. Luzon and the oilier ten near ships of the task groupB, one of which was damaged by enemy action. The damaged craft was not identified for security reasons. A floating dock, vitally needed by the Japanese for ship repair purposes, was hit by a torpedo and numerous docks in Manila Bay and at the Cavite navy base were thoroughly plastered, heaping new damage on top of the destruction wrought during previous carrier plane assaults. Carrier task groups participating in the action, the communique disclosed, wpre uudr the tactical command of R. Adm. Frederick C. Sherman, who was in command of the old carrier Lexington when it was sunk in the battle of the Coral Bea in 194 2. Air Attack Widespread New air attarks on other enemy baBeu were reitorted. In the northern Palau area Nov. 11, i 'marine Corsairs Btrafed and bombed Jap shore facilities and sank a small venrsel, while Hellcats bombed Koror, Malakal and Araka-besan. U. S. Artillery Is Poised for Final Barrage on Metz (Continued iron pags II barrage which will begin the moment the Germans elect to defend Metx in a house-to-house battle, in which case they will be blown to bits like clay pigeons before a machine gun. The big American cannon are ready and merely waiting. With General Patton's force driving in toward the city, it appears that the defense of Metz is at its practical end. The forts on the went side of the Moselle river, along with the big blockhouse defense points like Fort Uriant, Marival and Verdun on the east side, can not hold out for any length of time once the city has fallen. German prisoners furnished additional evidence that the forts no longer are formidable narriers when they complained that the Nazis BS i troopB "probably have run back to the Reich." Their testimony fore- ' shadowed the likelihood that the ! f icer candidates and troops charged jwith i1$fMirt Fart D riant already A GHOST COMMIT MURDER! Wild Bill ELLIOT1 9c W ED. & THX R. 35c i March of Time "America's All" Color Cartoon Bargain Matinee Tliur. 9&25c 2:00-2:30 P. M. COLUMBIA PICTURES a rsstots r .- With IN A RAY HUTTON mi HEI ORCHESTRA ' HUGH HERBERT ANN SAVAGE BILLY GILBERT GLENDA FARRELL ROSS HUNTER ALAN MOWBRAY MARJCRiE CATESON Scracn rm br Mctlbirt How m4 rtm DnHifM PircCtM tl ARTHUR DRLIFJSJ 'Mas? 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