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Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, November 20, 1944
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r Monday, November 20, 1914. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Page Six PUBLIC NOTICE PAID NOTICES Capture of Aachen Delayed by Lack Of Ammunition: 'Ike' Vermillion County Nation Open 6th War Loan Today (Continued trom page 1) BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices beyond Nennlnsr and advanced from Wochern on the east to approach iKessllngen. The .26th Infantry of the Fourth Armored Division closed in on Dieuze, while Benestroff was entered. Progress on this front was slow In the face or strong enemy rear-guard action, but up to Saturday, 7,679 German prisoners had been taken. Mn Mi Army Hcom. (.alim The Ninth Army under Lieut. (Jen. William H. Simpson of Texus gained half a mile, clearing Durboslar, five miles west of Duron. Skirmishing was reported in the vicinity of Frel-aldenhonene, two miles northeast of Setterich and throe miles west of the Roer rlvor. A bag of 1,034 prisoners waB taken yesterday alone. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL AI'IWM'IUATIONS AND MEETI.NtJ OF THE COl'ISTY COUNCIL Notice Is hereby given the taxpayers of Vermillion County. Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said municipality at their regular meeting place on the 11th day of Decem ber, 1944, will consider the follow ing additional appropriations wnicn Bald officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing at this time. Clerk's Office Furniture -$ 25.00 Clerk's Office Law Books 80.00 Inmates State Institution- 338.71 Election Canvassing Board - .200.00 Election Supplies 2,000.00 Election Meals 500.00 Election Rent 170.00 Prosecutor's Traveling Expense 6-20 Circuit Court Law Books- 3.90 Poor Asylum Food 1,000.00 Poor Asylum Stock Feed 700.00 Poor Asylum Fuel 350.00 Poor Asylum Clothing and Household 200.00 Poor Asylum Janitor Supplies 200.00 WELFARE DEPT.: 403 L 1,400.00 403 D - 385.00 403 I 675.00 403 J T , 1,000.00 Ofllce Supplies 60.00 Telephone 10.00 HIGHWAY DEPT.: Bituminous Material 8,300,00 Telephone 20.00 Transportation 290.00 Tires and Tubes 350.00 Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a right to be heard thereon. The Additional Appropriation as finally made wilt be automatically referred to the Indiana Tax Board, which Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's Office of Vermillion County. Indiana at such other place as may be designated. At such hearing Taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations may bo heard and interested taxpayers may Inquire of the County Auditor when and whero such hearing will be held. Witness my hand and seal this 1 7lh day of November, 194 4. JRA J. CHURCH, Auditor, Vermillion County. Indiana. 1120; 12444. Chinese Government Re-organized; Oust Dr. Kung from Finance (Continued from pago II Wang Shih-Chteh, minister of infor mation replacing Liang Han-Chao (H. C. Liang), who becomes minister of overseas afairs, Dr. Cliu Chia-Hua, minister of education replacing Chen Li-Fu who. In turn, was named minister of organization, and Chang Lf-Sheng, minister of the Interior replacing Chou-Chung-Yueh. Chou, the retiring minister of the interior, was named vice-minister of the examination Yuan to fill the post left vacant by the elevation of Dr. Chu to minister of education. In shifting to the ministry of or ganization, Chen Li-Fu succeeds his elder brother. Chen Kuo-Fu, the Chungking broadcast said. Although removed as minister of finance, Dr. Kung apparently still continues as vice-president of the executive Yuan (vice-premier). Presumably, also. General Ho will continue as chief of the general staff. Cars Damaged in Collision Cars driven by G. F. Wright, Clinton, route two. and Mrs. Lona Turner t.f Terre Haute, collided Saturday afternoon in the 200 block on Soutn Main "Street. Wright was reported to have been pulling away from the curb when he was struck. Slight damage was done to both cars. With The CotnpUmeata Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for MOUNT A.JAMES 737 Elm Street Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch Thle 8nce Erery laj yoUB NAME MAI BE NEXT of Winter Sktddlngt nni it insertion: Sa (or aeh raadlnir Una (on column Una, Ilk na of tbesa). Naxt two day lesertlon: tha urn a hrra (nil nl tlirM iTt t toubla tha coat ot tha drat day). Naxt thre days loaertton: tha am 8a charg (70U gat a whole taek flva daya at threa time tha oat of ona Insertion). Each group o( three daya thr-aiter, 8c a Una. Blackface (like thia) 10c per line. All classified ada Including mem-orlama and notlcea 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 reaponalble for Its payment FOB SALE FOLDING l'RE-WAll BABY CAlt-rlage, laundry stove, 8 cups, alu-minal electric percolator, aluminal fruit squeezer, large aluminal waterless cooker with rack, dish drainer. No. 2 wash tub. 860 Neb-eker Street. 11 6x Christmas Card Designs are running low and many are beliiR 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 Clintonian Office. CLINTON FURNACE HEATER, new bowl, A-l condition. 1357 South Eighth Street. Call 147-W. Also Florence heater at Floyd Williamson's. Blanford, Ind. tl6 CAPON CHICKENS. LUCAS, TWO miles north of 63. Phone 1035-1. tl7x U1UCK, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Aulo Wri'iUiiR Parts Co. Ernie's, I'lione 8, Clinton. 83tf F!FTHVEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. 17-17-44 f SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH furnace and bath. H. H. Wischart. tl7 ' HENS, FOUR TO SEVEN I'OUNDH. dressed if preferred. 1508 So. 9th Street. tl7x R.C.A. EIGHT TUBE TABLE MOD-el radio. 426 North Ninth Street. tl6x KINDLING WOOD $2.50 PER LOAD delivered in Clinton. Ernie's. Phone 8. 415 COL. 36752 PRISIONERO DEL MAR Eco, Xavler Cugat Orchestra. 60c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. WHITE PEKING DUCKS FOR Thanksgiving. Third house ofr Pike on North Fulton Streets. tl9 FIFTH VEIN COAL. $3.25 TON and up. Phone 692-J or 1130 Pike Street. tl5x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-lil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f CIRCULATOR HEATER. 759 North 8th Street. t22x TURKEYS. MRS. LOUISE BORASO Geneva Roard. tl7x HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 8 3 8 Sycamore Street. tl7x FIFTH WHEEL CHEAP. 838 SYCA-more Street. H7x TURKEYS. 40 CENTS PER POUND. Phone 1115 ring 3. tl7x SMALL TABLE MODEL MAJESTIC radio $15.00 603 N. 3rd St. tl6x PIOS. JOHN TOFFOLO, FAIR- view. tl6x TWO HEATING STOVES, DOM Bonucchl, Centenary. tl7.v FEMALE HELP WANTED SALESGIRL WANTED I M M E -dlately. Please phone 539. or call in person at 460 North Ninth Street. Ability to do small amount of office work necessary. FOB TEADE FIVE ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN, for tractor or truck. Sam Rowley. 350 South Main Street. 115 39 Hudson "6" passenger roupe. 300U miles. Actually looks and runs like new. 36 Dodge Touring Sedan. Good Tires. 35 Plymouth Coach. Good Tires. Easy Terms. WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA AUTO SALES. Reds Open New Drive in Latvia, Nazis Declare (fVnllno1 V -m rmttr I troops stubbornly holding out In the approaches to the Mutra and Huekk Mountains and seriously Jeopardizing the position of those not completely cut off. Soviet big guns pounded Hatvan from the southwest, Bouth and northeast as Ruuslan troops poured over Boldog. three miles from Hat-van, capturing that outpost. Southwest of Hatvan, Russian troops were unsuccessful In their effort to cut Unfirqn.llllilqTiaBl mlllVflV where lierman - Hungarian ueienee u especially stubborn. 10 Miles from Danube The Russians were only nineteen miles from the Danube as they crashed to within four miles of the rail hub of the great river, which is one of the most important communication arteries of Europe, they will Isolate Pest, eastern half of the capital city. New Haltic Ijinillng Far to the north, one the Baltic front, Russian troops were reported to have landed amphibious forces on the Sorve peninsula in an all - out drive to free the Kstonian Island of Oesel of Its remaining Nazi defenders. Oe3cl, 1,000-square mile island, is in the gulf of Riga and has been held by flerman troops bitterly resisting for more than a month, during which time they have been surrounded and cut off. Two Clinton Men Named to District U.M.W. Committee TERRE HAUTE, Ind. Delegates to tho United Mine Workers. District No. 11, 38lh constitutional convention had returned to heir homes today after electing Virgil Kelly, Boonville, and James Graven, West, Terre Haute, to represent thein on tho Policy Committee of the International Union. Pearl Allison and Richard Hatfield, of Clinton were two of the IB district scale committee members named. St. Bern ice Juniors To Present Play Tuesday "Crashing Society," a comedy in three acts, is the title of the play which the Junior Class of St. IJor-nice High School will present Tuesday, Nov. 21, at the High School gymnasium. Special music will be given during the first intermission. The cast includes Bryce Hadley, Peggy Ditto, Eleanor De Bolt. Barbara Myers, Le Itoy Dorfmeyer, Robert Hines, Pat Baker, Clifton Clark, Ralph Hopkins, Alberta Osborne, Wanda Giles, and Neva awilii. Business manager is Betty Jo Davis. The play centers around Adam Dunnigau, a new rich, hard working country man, who is disgusted with the kind of life that his wife is making him load Ui Now York. Dunnigan is constantly annoyed by the butler and Elsie rules her j household with an iron hand. Al- though she has no social back-1 ground, she has her heart set on : crashing society. After many Bet-' backs she consents to returning with her family to their home in Jerkwater. Clasiiped Ads Sell Most Anything PCKCZ THEPCT(JRS Buy More Bond . w m i i CHRISTMAS CARD DESIGNS 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 Dally clintonian Office. NOTICE! Truckers' Attention, Cos I now available at Hazel Bluff, location two miles west of Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. S & O Coal Co. tl9x NOTirEI Jerusalem Lodge 99, F and A M, stated meeting Tuesday, Nov. 21. 7:30 p. m. John Griffiths, W. M. Charles Brown, Secy. tl6 NOTICE! Cozy Conner is under new management. Baptist Buffo and Lewis Tasso, with Beer, Wine and sandwiches of all kinds. . tl9x NOTICE! Please get your poultry orders In as soon as possible before Thanksgiving. Reeders Poultry Store. tl7 Card of Thanks May wo take this opportunity to thank all those who called at our home to congratulate and wish us happiness on our Golden wedding anniversary day. We especially thank those who sent such beautiful flowers and lovely Kifts. Mr. and Mrs. CharleB Snow. COLUMBIA SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c SHINE on HARVEST MOON With Ann Sheridan Dennis Morgan "Night in Mexico City" Warner Featurette BKO News Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATUEE Admission 9c and 20c Gildersleeve's Ghost With Harold Peary Marion Martin PLUS HARRIGAN'S KID With Bobby Readick Frank Craven THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c MADAME CURIE With (ireer fiarson Waller Pidgeon "Movie Pests" Pete Smith Specialty Avoid the Danger No Ratios C.rt.fic.t. Naaded POLAND'S HOME 21 4 So. Main . i IMmiim pa I t. (Continued trom page 1) KUns arc hurling six million rounds against the liostlle trenches forts and pill boxes, while our mortars add two million additional rounds lo this riKiire." Kxpendlture of munitions, said Ki senliower, "raced ahead of our receipts from home," but "you do not want the lenders of American soldiers to substltuto additional cost In lives for the ammiinllion that could ho surely save thoKO lives," and urged fullest production. Get In tue Scrap! JpALACJS CAKTOON NEWS loans . . . S50 $100 $200 S250 and $300 Yes, you can obtain a loan based on your earning ability and you pay interest ONLY for the time you have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are steadily employed in a factory, office, store or elsewhere. Come In and talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to $160; amounts 1150 to $300, 1 per month on unpaid balance. A $50.00 loan repaid in five monthly Installments of $10.92 each, costs $4.50 but if repaid In 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 tho Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Pay 10 Tay 12 Pay menta. ments. ments. $ BO ... $ 7.1'2 G.tWi 5.02 $100 14.(5 $11.72 $10.05 UOO K.S3 fi.2U $10.03 $250 $113.17 $28.87 $24.67 $0O $11.04 $34.30 $20.39 PUBLIC LOAN CO. 210M Main St. Phone 2r2 9c FINAL TI E 40c Color Cartoon "Lulu Gets The Birdie" LATEST NEWS Sports "(i. I. FUN" imnl Thrift ..I 1 a I qoes wnn nun i frtm tkm Cm. Sf LUNG NOV it fTod:fcrJ fay JAQ( MOSi V T aOMAMTIt IAUOH (HOW M itrmnr ,H,', 00T f SIBSB THAT BISKY, FBIIICr MIUNOI Your gloom, J! yfu - Ft " fiP TREE RIPENED FRUIT FRESH from Florida groves. Juicy oran-ges, large navels, salsumas, tangerines, cumqunts, seedless grapefruit, large limes, large persimmons and large paper shell pecans. McCracken Market. tl GOOD EATING. COOKING AND canning apples, ne wcrop of paper shell pecans. English walnuts, mix nuts, peanuts, fresh dates, cranberries and white and pastel celery. McCracken Market. tl7 FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgaa Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. S2tf DEAD A N I MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwlgglna and Bone, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone SO. tSxf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER- ation Service, commercial ana Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 JOIN OIK CHKITMA8 LAYAWAY Club and select a KeepsaKe ma-mond ring at Faiaco's Jewelry Shop. taa RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires, plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. Tho Gas Market. 11-2-44 MARLITE TILE BOARD FOR KIT- chen and bath room. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 4 54. t85f MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. LOST BLACK AND WHITE SPOTTED beagle with collar and white ring. 310 North Sixth Street. Andrew Nawrockl. tl7x PLASTIC RIMMED HARLIQUIN style glasses. If found return to Daily Clintonian. tl5f 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 employ ment now and after duration. State qualifications. Write Box 442-X co Clintonian. t5f FOB BENT EXTRA-NICE SIX-ROOM COUN try home for small family with references. Lights, heatrola, kit chen range and open grate, fruit' room, chicken lot, chicken house, garden spot. Half mile west of Crompton Hill School on Bunsen Road. Available after Nov. 25. ALSO NICE FOUR-ROOM HOUSE with lights, garden, outbuldllngs and garage. On road 41 at Ly-ford. Bus Service. Phone 376 in morning or evening. tl6 FIRST HOUSE IN SAND RIDGE. Call 1126 Ring 2. tl7x WANTED TO BUY USED TOYS ANY KIND AND IN any condition. 603 N. 3rd St. tl6x FULL SIZE GOOD ROLL AWAY bed witli coll springs. Post Office Box 107, Clinton. tl5x FOUND BLACK AND TAN HOUND DOG. Call 30 N. 3rd St. t!6x INSTRUCTION MECHANICALLY MINDED MEN look into Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable future career. Write Utilities Inst. Box 442-U co Clintonian. 1 1 7x Guaranteed PARTS and SERVICE On All Make of RADIOS and WASHING MACHINES Taylor's Radio Service 60 N. Hlh St. Phone 79a LOAN CO. Phone 62 INDIANA ty were $930,677. An appeal was mado to all workers In Clinton City and Township to canvaBs their territory early and -nnn, h..i, in ihnlr chairman. Great sums of money must be made available Tor equipment needed on the fighting front, the chairman said. Vermillion county citizens are proud of the past record and stand ready to give their best effort to put the County over the top," Mrs. Swinehart declared. WASHINGTON, D. C. The nation's Sixth War Loan Drive .highlighted by unprecented steps to boost sales opened officially today as six million volunteer salesmen combed the United States from coast to coast to sell 14 billion dol lars worth of war bonds by Dec. 16 The drive'B goal calls for Bale of five billion dollars in bonds to in divlduals, while Treasury Secretary Morgenthau urged the 27 million Americans on payrolls to buy "an extra" $100 bond during the Nov. 20 to Dec. 16 period. FDR Keynote Cainnaiign President Roosevelt keynoled the campaign last night with a radio ap peal to the home front for wholehearted support of ithe nation's forces. "In the name of our wounded and sick, in the name of our dead and in the name of future generations of Americans." he said, "I ask you to plow out this furrow to a successful and victorious end.". Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower, supreme Allied commander in western Europe, during the army hour broadcast earlier urged a "vastly oversubscribed" drive to aid the Allied armies in Europe In maintaining the tempo of their current offensive. Pui Sixth Drive Meanwhile, newspapers, radio broadcrtlng chains, the motion picture and outdoor advertising industries have set up a program to push the sixth drive "as no previous war loan has ever been sold," according to Ted R. Gamble, national director of the Treasury's war finance division. In addition to support for the drive promised by the nation's newspapers, four radio networks, 16,290 motion picture theatres and 219,000 billboards throughout the country will devote their facilities to the raising of funds to further the war effort. Between 60,000 and 70,000 billboards are being devoted by national advertisers exclusively to the pro motion of war bond sales during November and December, Gamble said, while 25,000 locally-sponsored billboards also will carry the appeal to buy bonds. Series E Chief Sale "The series E bond, selling for 25 per cent less than its maturity value 10 years hence in denominations of $25, $50, $100, $500 and $1,000 Is the chief concern of the six million workers In the drive," said Gamble. Gamble said the farm population is expected to invest more than two billion dollars in the Sixth War Loan Drive in view of the record-breaking 1944 income of 21 billion dollars. - Treasury officials Joined Gamble in asserting that "we will have to fight the complacency of many over-optimistic persons who conclude from our successes In Europe and the Pacific that our two wars arc almost won." Yanks Overrun Street Barriers To Seize Metz (Continued lion pace II ward the Haar tiauin and the Hulir valley. Merlin admit Led tho half-way pon- ertation of Germany's greatest and most for mid a bio westwall defenses and On- Dwlght I). Eisenhower's headquarters announced tho French thrust to tho lihlne. A nightfall yr-Htnrduy, Gen. KUcnhowcr'a headquarters Raid, Kronen reconnaissance units accompanied by tank n reached the historic rlvor barrliT of Gorman y, probably somewhere bH ween Mu I house and Iltise), Switzerland. TIiIr represented a rip-snorting 18-mlle advance In the space of a few bourn by French colonial troops under tho command of (Jen. Jean do I,attre do TuKsinny. Full details wore lacking. But la-tost battlefront reports placed tho French in the ureas of Sappofs and Donne Marrle. and announced developments made it evident that Bel-fort's greatest fortresses, which held nut for. four months under savage sieco In the Franc-oPrussian war of 1870-71, had been overcome or bypassed. It was tho Ninth Regiment of Zouaves, the colorful colonial troops who in bygone days wore red baggy trousers which added a new word to tho English language, that crashed through at Belfort. "There was no word of the American Seventh Army under Lieut. Gen. Alexander M. Patch which is operating in this same gPTieYa area.' 1 American troops made new gains FACTORY-CONTROLLED DECAPPING 6.OO-10 7.C0 NO OTIWIt OFFEKH VOl': Gratia A duality rwllitrk. rrinut rvlt . S. AH Work hr .T .t K.MrlL . Full (intr-Urlp Trt4 lmiso & AUTO SUPPLY St., Clinton TJt'2 You Can Refinance a Lot of Your Troubles Away With a Security Loan Up to $300. Come In ... A Friendly Firm. in rvi' in 1 m umr, k SECURITY 224 Blackman St. CLINTON, 4

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