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November 22, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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THE tf AILY dLINlTONIAN Pag Five Wednesday, November 22, 1944. Read Our Up-to-Date Sport Newt U. S. BOMBERS HIT JAP AIRSTRIP ON I WO JIMA brees, headquarters said, and took an additional slice of territory in capturing Weerd, one mile northeast of Roermond. In the fnce of stiff resistance, these British forces scored advances up to 4,000 yards, taking a total of AT FIRST .SI0H0FA Entire German Front Sways Before Allies (ContlB'ied rnno page 1 ) Sharp Clashes Break Out in North Italy Castiglione Is Taken (Continued from pso 1 took the fortified village and advanced beyond it, while on their left flank I'oliBh troops recaptured the mbattleU Monte Fortlno against "strong resistance." ODD 1,139 prlosners. The Allies now hold positions beyond Gereonsweller and are approaching Koslar and Bourhelm. American forces are fighting In Dur-wiss, 1 miles northeast of Esch-weller and already have cleared one-third of the town. HollNe-to-House Fighting Savage house-to-house fighting is under way In Esehweiter, with particularly hard eomhat In the suburbs ay me united states Third Army of uvui. i,. ucorge s. rutton. uougiihnya of Lieut. Oen. Court ney H. Hodges' U. S. First Army Six Philadelphias There are six cities named Philadelphiain Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Tennessee and Pennsylvania. of Bergrnth and Bolil. For Thanksgiving CHRYSANTHEMUMS All Grown In Our Own Greenhouses! Large Chrysanthemums Small Pomps German forces Inriltrated along an American-held road northwest of Eschwelller yesterday, forcing a tem porary with drawal of Allied Forces. siammeo. forward along the super highway from Aachen toward Duren and occupied the city of Kscliweiler. largest town hetwoen the two nations. A frontline dispatch reported mop-ping-up operations now arc in progress. Miillionxe tMHt to Voe The French First Army, led hy Gen. Jean De I.attre De Tasslgny and under immediate field command of Gen. Touzet De Vizier, toppled Mulhouse out of the Nazi defense system. . A Clinton Man Felt Like Swollen Ballon; Full of Stomach Gas Recently, a Clinton man stated that he used o feel like a swollen balloon after every meal. He would bloat full of gas and spit up aeidu-oiis liquid for hours after rating. Military. Work Experience To Rate Hitzh School Credit INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Academ ic credit will be given by Indiana high schools for military or work CEMETERY STANDS WREATHS AND BLANKETS experience wherever possible with ine actual subjugation of Metz was accomplished by the 20th Corps of the Third Army under leadership of Maj. Gen. Walker. The American Third Army stabbed to two new points of penetra out lowering educational requirements for diplomas, It was announced today by Dr. Clement T. Malan. state superintendent of public Instruction. However, not more than four credits will be given toward graduation for basic military training alone, he pointed out. explaining that twoof these may be designated as physical tion along the Rhine, and a general t.erman withdrawal in the Vosges Was terribly constipated. Tins man Is one of the hundreds In this vicinity who now praise EUIMIKLI'. He states he was amazed at the results when he took this medicine. Now he eats what he wants without gas or bloating, and bowels are regular for the first timo in years. He feels like a new man. ERB-HKLP contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get EKB-HELP! White's (Itexall) Pharmacy Ifrug Store. Please Place Orders Euily Our Store Will He Ofien -, I'ntii Xooii Thanksgiving HERSHEY'S STORE IWO JIMA tiny volcanic island only 650 miles south of Tokyo, is shown above under bombing attack by U. S. Army Seventh Air Force members. "Like fish in a rain barrel," bombardiers picked off Jap Planes parked on the airstrip. United States Army Air Force photo. (International) Phone 21 310 S. Main mountains area was under way. Strengthen Relfnrt Defense The enemy, however, is strengthening defenses in the region of Bel-fort, indicating that savage battles still He ahead before this heavily fortified section of the Rhine Valley Is finally overcome. French troops spearheading the drive aimed at eventual crossings of the Rhine clewed out the forest of Remilly, destroying a German salient that five days stood up against ferocious attack and took an additional ALLIED JUGGERNAUT MOVES ON LUXEMBOURG called on Bert Eickelman Sunday. Mrs. Mazle Hines and Mrs. Mamie Holycross spent Friday night with Bessie Webb. Several from here attended the high school play at Perrysville Saturday. jtJQ or military training and two additional as health or elective social studies. Any further credit must depend upon "education achievement as certified by the Armed Forces Institute," Dr. Malan said. The four-credit recommendation was adopted by the State Board of Education after being advanced by a committee headed by Dr. J. Dan Hull, principal of Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, chairman of the Indiana committee on cooperation with the Armed Forces NIEDERZERF:: fNiEDERZERF Ut iBESH, S 4 ; I , REMICHaJ n iituiAruEnu':' ft t I TilNC?U?HDJ",M DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them THIONVIlieWT .HECKtlNoS mmmmmmMMm BOUZONVILtE: : aSAA dukioncourt wende, 2SAARBRUCKEN Less Employees Quit Mining industries are shown to have a lower "separation rate" S.21 quitting per 100 employees than the average for all manufacturing industries. METZXr-i-JT AVOlV prisoners tor a total or 18.231 since the Mulhouse offensive began Latest field dispatches placed American armor a mile and a half north of Metz in the vicinity of Tunsorf. British Gain in Holland British troops west of Venlo in Holland reached the edge of Maas- Phone 175 CM.NTOX, I XI. m 218 Itlarkman St. couCEUEsa V . 3SAARGUEMINES V I V REMIUYIl'UlftlANGE: kRRALBE -"x T4 J ARRF UNION V- -l MORHANGEi KARL5RUHt LS i FRANCE CHATEAU SAUNS, VIC SUR SEliLE NANCY. PyWic Auction. Due to ill health, I have decided to dispose of my fine dairy herd and other personal property at Public Auction at my farm three miles southwest of Clinton on the Universal road and one mile from Universal, Ind., on Brouletts Creek, MOM SNTFRY, STUFFY DISTRESS OF .'ssdtods! Former Clinton Man Dies At Residence in Plymouth Andrew Wallace. 72, of Plymouth, Ind.. former Clinton resident died at his home Tuesday following a heart attack. Mr. Wallace made his home here for 30 years before moving to Plymouth about ten years ago. He Is survived by the widow, Ellen, two sons, Elmer and John of Plymouth; one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Bradley of Plymouth, five brothers and three sisters of Clinton. Funeral services will be held Friday in Plymouth and Ihe body will be brought to The Frist Funeral Home for continued services Sunday afternoon. r Interesting Social Newt Everyday I OouMt-Duty Now Dropt A k JRV V Worts Fast Right Wtwro 7L?1 Trouble itJ Jf on Instantly, relief from sniffly, gneery distress of head colds starts to come when you put a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril. Also helps prevent many colds from developing If used in time. Just try itl Follow directions in folder. VK3SVA-TR0-K0L THAIJcERNAfy J '"""ttT.T .AlTKIRCHfTt Jjr t BEIFORTV- !U " .-sj L-t J SWITZERLAND S ;Tl I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I ALL ALONG THE 400-MILE FRONT in Germany the Allied Juggernaut moves on with spectacular gains made by British, French and American armies. At one point, according to the Paris radio, the French First Army struck swiftly through the Belfort gap Invasion route o southwestern Germany, reaching the Rhine. Map above shows the battle line from Luxembourg down to Belfort gap. (International) We Extend Our Best Wishes for a Happy THANKSGIVING DAY To AH Our Friends And Patrons ANTONINI'S LIQUOR STORE "Where You Can Buy With Confidence" 832 S. Main Phone 125 Not a Feed Bag Monday, Nov. 27,-1944 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. 15 -HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE-15 1 Holstein Cow, 3 years old. 2 Red Durham Cows, 3 years old. 1 Jersey Cow, 3 years old. 4 Guernsey Cows, 3 years old. 2 Guernsey and Shorthorn Cows, 3 years old. 1 Guernsey and Jersey Cow, 3 years old. 1 Angus and Guernsey Cow, 3 years old. 2 Guernsey and Shorthorns, 2 years old. 1 Shorthorn Heifer, 2 years old. All Should Freshen By Day of Sale IMPLEMENTS One 15-30 International tractor, two 7-foot tandem discs, 1 John Deere 3-Imttom, 14-inch plow; 1 International corn binder, 1 International cream sep; arator, 1 DcLavel cream separator, four 10-gallon milk cans, 3 new hog houses, 1 hog self-feeder, 1 heating stove. ' FEED AND GRAIN 500 Bushels of Corn, 15 Tons of Goad Bean Hay (baled) and a quantity of Baled Oats and Wheat Straw. Several Miscellaneous Pieces of Furniture will be sold, together with other articles too numerous to mention. ' THE BAUGHMAN MARVEL MODEL LIME AND MATERIAL SPREADER The tuAnt running p reader ofl tb market. "A Farm Labor Saver" operated by on man from truck cab. Spread, dry or damp lime direct from alack pit or bin. Patented vibrator uwrn uniform reaulu. Can be mounted oa Upper Coal Branch Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eickelman called on Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Turner last Monday night. Orville HineB and family visited Sunday with Manford Holycross and family. - Clifford Robs and family were Perrysville callers Sunday. Sunday school was well attended here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shannon and daughter, Gail, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eickelman. Our first snow of the season fell Sunday. Earl Holycross and Orville Hines hauling and unloading pea gravet, atoker coal. etc. New and used apreadera lor aala. feat m irwp y Allied Truck Equipment, Inc. 3HI0 K. Kith Street Indinnapolis 7, Ind "A Farm Labor Sater" I 1 . If. f "I1 ' LeO Huffman, Owner CEMETERY MEMORIALS MOM MK.VTS and MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. SHELL, V. f t K Phone S8! 405 8. Beventli, t'llnlan CLERK: H. II. Wisehart AUCTIONEER: Faul Ray Delta Theta Tau wmw I? KIEIS EIIijIL Annual LASSIE, a German shepherd war dog, models the new dog mask which has been adopted by the U. S. Army Chemical Warfare service. Weighing two pounds, it will fit 97 per cent of all war dogs and protect them against chlorine, phosgene and other choking gases. United States Signal Corpa photo. (international )' Thanksgiving Dance AN OLD ESTABLISHED CORN MILL MAKING MOST VITAL FOOD PRODUCTS FOR OUR ARMED FORCES NEEDS GOOD WAGES - GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS Lafoop IP i? 5 o & 5 ft y at th Army Chaplain to Speak At Newport Thanksgiving Meet Chaplain Elbert S. Morford. son of Rev. and Mrs. Kay Morford of Newport, will be the main speaker at the ThankspivinK services to be held at thhe Friends' Church In this city the last Thursday in Nov. Chaplain Morford has 5ust returned to the states from Italy and since he will not arrive home before neit week, the Friends' pastor has postponed the Thanksgiving services until that time. Rev. Morford explained that everyone in the community was invited to attend these services. It was not Just a church service but a Apply to BILL STIPP or BOB HENRY ILLINOIS CEREAL MILLS, Aragon Ballroom Friday, November 24 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. Leo Baxter's Orchestra I 30 community affair, he said. The services will begin at p. m. Thursday, Nov. 30. IT" PV n Paris, Illinois Phone 110 Kemove soot Clean soot from chimney, flue and pipe once a year, and from bottom of lids and around oven nnce a week.

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