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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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Friday, November 21, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTON IAN I'ageEighf (77 0 Sagging German Forces Falling Baek on Rhine Coutinuert from Page One) the loss f Kocrniond iu Hip uusi bank of 1io Ma:;s in Holland, ul-moHl midway Ijct w-.t-ii Vi-nlu nd Hovn. ThiouKl) Kue-rmond Jims 11 direct road to DucssMdoiT and the H U i n ou Hooted by bra in-li run l s to r.uluKiu Jroiu ilu nori Uweni . The Jiritish withdrawal al .Movi-n was not regarded at; a wriouH Hfl-burt'k. but it was tin- first loss uf appniable size ua any front ni" 1 1n? current offensives bean. IJeuvy I'ihtiiitf al Hoven "Very heavy" 1'ii'liiinK has talien place at Jloveu, l.eadtjna ru-i-H Knid. The ;eriunt!s are liuldiiiK their linen Willi three Panzer, me Jau.er grenadier and iwo or ihree inftiutry divisions ilna two tank bnUaHoii.-. On the American Kirs Ai n.y ! rmH there are another lour to five divi-Bions. itieludiiii.' two Panzers and one Pan.er rreiudier. Other Jlriihh tiiiit:; ie:Mlied IJlor-iek, aeroFS the Ma as riv r from Ven- 'Mi PCKCi fHPCrUR$ lUiy More Jioiuls ilEMi'TATTS JWSmKST " T 'A " SJI9.. illllW RADIO'S POPI LAK KNTERTAINL.KS tiumi School JSurglar Are Sentenced in Circuit Court Continued from oaae II slide-rule, a knile and pencil set. stop-watch, girls' wrist watch, one lot mechanical peneiii, and pen and a drawing set. all now In the hands of Rock fold, III. police. The men were apprehended when la Btamp bo.ok bearing the name of (Olin Swinuey, of the local high I school faculty, was found by the I Illinois police in their poBBession. I Contact w-sig made with local and county officials and their return to . this county and trial was effected. The convicted theives were orgin- ally from Danville. 111. Clinton Resident Add Contributions To War Fund JConilnnei! from ivnv II Mrs. P.. It. Kimble. Mrs. Louise Grue-lich, Anderson's Grocery, Mrs. Mae Pierce, Hoy Scout Troup No. C4 (Methodist Church), C-elette Club. Jolly Eight Club, and Friendly Bunco club. Contributions from employees at plant Jiving in Crowder district totals I3G8.50. $15. H. H. Dials. $12, Cheater C. Haper and Ellas 41 oit.. ?iu, p. T. Stillwell, Frank M. Hal- Bton. Isaac Thomas. 9. Carl M. Choate. W. S. Pollard. Harry C. Duulap, Harry C. Mehring, Joe C. Mikels.. Harold H. Williams. Lena Pierce Davis. 1 $8. Lester K. Keen. Mike Zublo. i Jr. ; $G, Katherine Maden, Delena M. ! Birch, Leo Blackburn, Johnnie J. Martin. Charles Sturgeon, Perry Rone. Martha I,. Canaday, Bertha l'. j Pastore, K,H h Milles, Kliner L. Gun-; noe, Robert K. Heed. Mary Olds ) Gossett. Margaret B. Snenee. Audrey I S. Pauuette. Kdward H. Ilirkor, HI-, mer Amis Clover, James B. Crowd-: er, Fred Mackel, Wayne L. Vestal, j Dallas II. Ikerd. Ktlw-I F. Il'ddawev. j H. L. Murry. T. C. Ravce. Harrv C. j Igo. W. C. Whitlock, Stella G. Jior-dano. and John A. Uugger. j Prank Kdwji.rds and John Stein. 1 $4.50. Forrest Claybaugll. j $3. Paul Otto Ostium. J. H. Fer guson. Alfred M. Pell, and Mary C Halter. Rumor Petition Made To Unseat Indiana's GOP Senator Capehart (rnt.ti,uoa li om paKB II '.ugton earlier this week to place a report before Senator Theodore F. Ireen, K. 1., chairman of the Campaign Kxpendit.ures Committee. It was understood that tiie Senator would announce soon whether or not the pielniinaiy Investigations would justify a full-dresB probe into the Indiana election. Charges of "excessive spending" iiad been leveled against tiie successful G.O.P. nominee, and denied by Capehart who asserted that bard work, not money, won the election. According lo Sutclil'le, the bulk of the complaints received by tiie investigating Btaff have come from wolild-have-beeu voters who alleged disenlranehlscmeiit. Confusion caused by conflicting rulings on the handling of prospective voters whose names did not appear on mo precinct poll books was cited by the coiiiplainees. Charges of deliberate fraud ulso have been received, according to a report by Buckles prior to his departure. Get In ine Scrap! LOANS... S50 $100 S200 $250 and $300 Yhb, 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 ia a factory, office. Btore 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 $liiu; amounts 160 to :100, 114 per month on unpaid balance. A $50. uo loan repaid in five monthly Installments of $10.92 each, costs $4.50 but if repaid in 10 days, cosU only 60c. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or insurance . . . or any worthy purpuse. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day insertion: 8c (or each leading line oue column Hue, like one of these). Next two dare trsortloo: the woie to charge you get three days at double the coat of the first day). Next throe dy insertion: the aanie 8c charge you ee. e whole aeek five days) at three times the coat of one Insertion). Each group of three d thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like thin) JOc per line. All classified ads including uiem- nrltni: and nOtiCCC Cf a" piuue iiiuot tie paid In advance except those by regular customers whoBt' accounts ire paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills niuBt be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking thf publication of the notice will be held responsible (or Its payment. FOB SALE ChriHtiunH Caul JH'siitnN are running low ami iiuiny are l"-i"tf cancelled every lay. We run i'" "l'-ply some very nice oni's Willi names imprinted, liul heller order yours today, riee Hie designs still uvailalile at '4'lie Duily I'liiiloiiiaii Office. COL. UC727 KKTllELIJTA. YVII1K-perillg. Fred Lowry with Horace Heldt. Guc plus tax. White's l'har-macy. (jlKL'S THHKK-I'IKI'K TAN SNOW-BUit. Size 4. $5. Boy's all-wool overcoat, size X4. ilU. 'I'M 'j Blackmail, Apt. 2. I20x USED FCHMTI'liE. H EATE1IS, cheat drawers, lied, springe, kit chen sink, chairs, dressers, ranges. Martin's. Ii50 Vine Street. t27x CREAM ENAMELED COOK STOVE. 350 N. Sth Street. Call after 4: on p. m. t20x ONE M O It HI S. heater. $:10. 1 '. Street. CIRCl'LATLNC f,0 South Fifth tl Sx n u 1 f c nl'OVI.'W u'i.:i(ni.''i I n iv i-. u i.v ...... -- , Blove with two burner oven. J:i4 7j South Fifth Street. II tlx ONE MORE CIRCU LATING HEAT-er. 830. 1250 South Futli .street. tlSx GEESE, EITHER DRESSED OR ON foot. I'lione 11 111-1, Omer Myers. UXx LOMBARDI APARTMENT BI'ILD- liig. Opposite Beais (,roiery, Dili Street. Max Rosenblatt. US ItltlCK. AY KIND YOC WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking I'm-ls Co. Ernie's, I'lione H, Clinton. HTAf FIFTHV:iN COAL. CHARLIE It. Ferguson. Phone 13(i-W. 17-17-4 4 f WHITE PEKING DUCKS F O It Thanksgiving. Third house off Pike on North Fulton Streets, till FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA SH Block. Charlie R. Ferguson Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f COAL. CALL CLYDE Phone JS0-M. SEARING. tl'Jx TWO STOVES. ROBERT SHEW, R 2, Clinton, Ind. U!lx TURKEYS. MADALYN route three, Klomlyke. N O It A , US CIRCULATOR North 8th Street. HEATER. 75!i PAID NOTICES CHRISTMAS CARD llKHKLNS ARE running low ami many are lieiug cuneelled every day. We can still Mipply sonie very nirc ones uith liumes imprinted, but belter order yours today. See Ilie designs still available at The Dally Clio-Ionian Office. NOTII'E! Truckers' Attention, Coal now avuilahle at Hazel Bluff, location two miles west of Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. S 4i O Coal Co. tlMx NOTICE! Cozy Conner is under new management, Baptist Buffo and Lewis Tasao, with Beer, Wine and sandwiches of all kinds. tltlx WANTED TO BUY CASH DEAL. SMALL PLACE, ItEA-BOliaiily close lo bus line. II. S Call. Phone 32ti. till 39 Hudson "0" passeuen-coupe. 30,1100 miles. Actually looks and runs like new. 3li Dodge Touring Sedan. Good Tires. 35 Plymouth Coach. Good Tires. Easy Terms. WILSON, JUSTICE and OSEl.LA AUTO SALES. io. whilv the I'tiiuid .SUU'H TA'Ai Army captured Koiuetluii;, tAreeii litis a oae-inile adv.iue.tf. i '? . f W trplttaes JVmib Kesaro Way jKonib-laden wnrrlanrs RorPred Beveral ol t he liardpi ssed Ier-inaiis" escape routes. redvieiiiK kt' bridgep io twisted rubble while t the west combined Atuericau-Kreuch wid ii' A their si. Kent around tfaver-ae. couuuandius t he maiu road through the eulii'e Strasbourg area. Despite bad weather. Gen. de lat-t e d : Ta i j. n 'a xu en moved f or-ward alonji t heir en t ire sector of Ihe southe-n front . North .f Ji berated M .ithoLi.'.e they occupied the town of Attach, while to the went they tool; Morehweiler and Giro mag v.y. due north of strategic Bel fort. 1st, it!i Ai miesi kuj American Kirpt and Khij Army loreep mo( d forward iu bitter fihlinjr. occupying a few more key positions and closing in on Weise-we:ll"r'B .iuiutiou on the Adolf Hitler highway to -Cologne from three, direction.-. The Atuericap Third Army under Lieut. Gen. George S. Pat-tun reached Merzig on the river Saar and ju: In d -other spearheads io wiihiu 3 5 i)U-n of JSaarbrucken at fi.hannK-Kohibuck. ass if led Ads Sell Most AnvtluBf 'Jc FRI. & SAT. 35c Big Double Feature 2 BIG PICTURES Dou't Miss Them! ntt JANE FKAZEE THE i) HOOSIER H07SH0TS . SLIM SUMMERVILLE JIMMY WAKELY and His Oklahoma Cowboys KING COLE TRIO 'COUSIN EMMY ' RED RIVER DAVE SALLY BLISS MARY TREEN seiiu pur kr Eiiahiift Hcuir. Hsitai bul. mnmv hums tn f t, Mud ii tool em to UM uthm rAii wmt, j -r- '"ra&et LACF TONIGHT am .oofifl . ir: i i''5" iic'' r-" with "TRIGGER" Ml X PA lias been spending the past week with hie mother, Mib. Flora Weatherman and other relatives liere and at Danville. Mrs. Highbrlder is ill and under the care of Dr. Brown. Mr. and Mi'B. Will Collier were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dowers and sons. Wa.tue and Marviu Inst Sunday. Afternoon call-erB were Mr. and Mi'B. Donald Dowers of Danville and Mrs. Mattie Brown. Mib. Mattie Brown speut last Friday night with her BiBter, MrB. Ola English of Newport. Mr. and MrB. Henry GilliB r.pcnt Sunday with the lattera parents, mr. land MrB. John Kinderman of north Eugene. Ed Hawkins of Georgetown was the suest of his boh. Donald Haw kins and family of near EuKcne lust week. Mrs. Elora Weatherman was amen; those who attended the fun-eiai of Mrs. 'Alary Swaiui at Danville laBt week. Mrs. Matlie jjrowu and Mrs. Bill Clark spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Marwell GilliB. Mr. and Mih. O'Conner or Chicago and Mrs. James Mef'urly were Sunday KUeslB of Mib. Edith Earthing and family. Word was received here of the sudden death of Charley Clieesman who died at his home north of Eu-cene at 8 p. tn. Saturday. He died following a heart attack. Mrs. Ellen Murrey who fell and received a brokeu hip conietime aKO iB reported lo he Improving in the St. Elizabeth Hospital. Mrs. Crumley iB reported to be ill at her home. Mrs. Nellie McCoy and children Buent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Charley Clieesinan and family. Recent News In Hillsdale Pvt. Kaymond Southard Hume on Furlough; Dana Guests Visit Local Home Pvt. Hayniond Soul hard from Camp Klcivurt, (ia. is home for a rw ilayn with hiB parenlu, Mr. and Mrs. John Koullianl. Mr. anil Mrs. Kred lliown visited friends in lliazil. Ind.. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. l'earl Sykes silent Sunday with their daughter and family, J:r. and Mrs. Hert lliown of Centenary. Roy Overpeck of this iilace. who has b;eu unite ill for some time, was taken to the Hubert Low? llos-piial at IniliunajHilis Monday. Mr. mid Mrs. C. K. Church and son dene of Uana slienl Sunday eve-.liiiL- with Mr. and Mrs. Ii. A. Chinch and Mr. and Mrs. l'aul Mack. Mrs. Deihert Sjkea and ehilciren are BiieiidiiiK a few days this week viLli her jiarents, Mr. uud Mrs. Mll-riitt Smith of ('lirisinun. Mrs. Helen Tippy unil Miss Lor-ene lirown of Torre Haute visited Mr. and Mrs. (ieoi'He Koeback Kuu- Dan Short of ChieaKo spent the week end witli his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Strauder Short. Claud HilliiiKS of Indianapolis visited his sister, Mrs. Maud Drown re cently. Mrs. InioKene Sykes and two small sons are spending this week wilh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mankln of Mecca. Mr. and Mrs. Kred llonebrake and son spent Wednesday evening with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kmeiy Honebrake of Summit Grove. Mrs. II. A. Church entertained Tuesday evening honoring her husband's birthday. Ite.v. (loss and Mr. Gosh and children had supper Sunday evening al the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Self. 1'vt. Ilayniond Southard of 1'. S. Army called on his aunt and uncle. Mr. anil Mrs. l'earl Sykes Monday morning. Several relatives from her attended the tuueial of Ml'B. Walter Southard at the Brown Funeral Home Tuesday at Montezuma. Harold Conner and Uonald Hen-drix left Monday for the service. Son of Former Clintonites Freed in Prisoner Change Second LI. David H. Devonald. son of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Devonald. Sr., of Chicago, former Clinton resident and nephew or Miss Dorothy Devonald of Clinton, ia reported lo be one of Hie American officers and soldiers involved In a prisoner exchange ill the German held Lorienl sector of France. Nov. lti. A six hour armistice at the drab fishing village of Le.Magolir permit-led tiie trading of 7!l Germans for T.i Americans by motor boat across the Kiel Itiver. Lt. Devonald was originally reported missing in action and was hner renorted a prisoner of war. De- ronald was a German prisoner for 15 days. vV "?'yv XsSl ol Winter Skidding! tfACrOIlV - lONTIlOIJ - ED 7.00 NO OT H Kit OKFKKS YOl': (iruilf A 41iiulily Ciiinrlliai -b. HrtiouM Kriff . .H. All urk Uy tor -'I' rat nit I KtrlM. 4. Full liuuruiiliM'. t. liiiiiitUM limlun lm-ur-(rir Trt'Hil ln.ifiii. BUSINESS SERVICES FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Kecappiog neatly done and Guaranteed. Sth and Bogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Oiacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N J MIA L S KEMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 6S109 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charcs. John Wachtol Co.. Terrs Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS KliMOVIil) I'HEE of charge by Uwlggui and Sous, licensed deulem. i'"'1 9 es sco-i as Uiey die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, J'hone 50. t6xf CI.'AKANTKED 24-llii. KEFU10EH- I atiuli Service. Commercial and i Uomeslic. L. Loiiebrakc, I'lione I lu;',4-4 Clinton or n;5-J-2, Montezuma. 8-l-4j FOll YOI'K HEALTH S SAKE, KAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tier J (IX t)l l 4 HHITM AS LA YA WAV 4 lull and select a Keepsake Diamond ling al l aiilio's Jewelry Klioi. , he c'ai'TTno and vulcanizing. Five-ply passenger ear tires. I'len-tv of Ethyl and anti-freezo. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 MAItLITK TILE l'.OAKD FOK KIT-elien anil bath room. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. HENNKT TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 4i(i South Kmn'!h Street. 1'honc 4G-1. tofjf TlEl.P WANTED WANTED Tl AN OR WOMAN 25-4 fi to halnHe-'establisiled coffee and grocery route in and around Clinton. Car furnished and expenses paid. Guarantied salaries plus commission:; with steady employment now and after duration. State qualifications. Write Box 14 2-X co ciinioiiian. (5f FOK RENT TWO-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. J.i'J Blackmail Street. 120 MODERN APARTMENT. 2'.','J VINE Street. Illlx I)ST BLACK AND WHITE SPOTTIOD beagle wilh colliir and white ting. 310 North Si.tli Street. Andrew Nawrockt. tl7x MALEHEli '"WANTED HOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Hill Blackburn, Cllntonian. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF EXECl TOItSIIIP Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly qualified as Executrix of the hist will and testament of Clyde M. 'Ink. deceased, late of Vermillion County, Slate or Indiana. Said estate is now pending ill the Vermillion Circuit Court. Said estate is supposed lo be solvent. SARAH E. ZINK, Execut fix November 15, 11141. Maynaiil C. Wiggins, Attorney lor Estate. ! 1 I li-2 1-30 4 4 . Smokeless Powder Om? of tiie most important uses for pulpwood is for the manufacture of smokeless powder. One cord will moke 90,000 rounds for a Gar-and rifle, 420 rounds for 105 nun. shells or 24 rounds for 16-inch naval shells. A cord will aiso make 4,200 weatherproof packages for shipping blood plasma, 300 "v" boxes used for shipping food to servicemen overseas or l.SIJO shell containers. Poor fcjes i The superiority of American air- : men over Japanese fliers is believed j to be partly due to the notoriously 1 bad eyesight of the Japanese. j With The CouipMnuwU Of THE DAILY CLINT0N1AM There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for ISABEL GRAY )1G Walnut Just Come In Antl Ask For Them! Waled This Spnce Every Dal ?OlM NAME MAT HE NEXT Ouilt inr rarrvr At Eugene Miss Farthing Hostess To All-Day Session; Tennessee Guest is Here ft 1Kb Edith Farthing entertained an all day quilting Friday. Those present were: Mrs. Flora Weatherman, Mrs. Bill Clark. Mrs. Mattie Brown. Mrs. Fauey Camulay, Mrs. Hertha Muek. MrB. Violet Swain and Mrs. Ed. Gailei.ou. Afternoon callers were Mib. Beuiah Dowers and Mrs. Hannie Lowe. i. J. Crumley, Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crumley and Donald Reid, son of Mr. and Mib. Lewis Keid, are spending furloughs with their parents. Mrs. Paul Dowers and Ml'B. Matlie Browu called on Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hawkins and children one day this last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Taylor of Crape Creek was a dinner guest of their sister, Mrs. Mattie Brown Wednesday. Raymond Philips of Morey, Tenn., liWjlWWJWWialwii COLUMBIA FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission f)e and 20c S With TEX RITTER And His Horse Fiash "Grandpa Called It Art" (Passing Parade) :On Our Way To Rio" Popeye Comedy "Colorful Colorado" Traveltalk SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c Iff A JEEP With Kay Francis Cavcle Eandis Martha Kaye Dick Haymes "Rabbit Hunt" Blue Ribbon Cartoon "Flicker Flashback" RKO Short RKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE A flEGHT OF With Tom Conway Audrey Long I'LUS With Marjoric Reynolds Dennis O'Kepfe Gail I'atrick THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c ONCE UPQK A TIME With Cary Grant .Janet Blair "Tivenlv Years After" MOM Short "Alaskan Frontier" Warner Short i . . ... .....lMftfevr - X At-oid the Ihinifom Sfk Uo Rj.lan Certificate Naotitd i I 2. I iti hulmheUe astd Scotty IiOY AC'l'FF and His SMOKY MOUNTAIN BOiS HARKY "Paispy" CHKSHIRK and Others YOUR FAVORITE EI1LB!LLY HEFCATS in a corn-led comeoy, oursxmg wish .vi. 4 ,iMr A St V r, ? Vv, 4 I , - t i 2 A ' -'V'- : Vis ROY ACUFF and his SMOKY MOUNIAIN BOYS IULUHHLE and SCOllY HAkKY Pappy" CHISHIRE BRAD TAYLOR RUTH TERRY Second lii; Feature,. TIIE KINO OF THE COWBOYS Loan You Need. 8 Pay 10 I'ay 12 Pay menta. menu, incuts. KO 7.12 B.K0 II 5.11 $IUO l4.2n 1 1.72 10.U5 2H) -2H.'M IWI.iiO $10.U 3r0 fc.l7 'JJi7 24.I7 fciOO $41,114 $44.a 4K2U.S5 ' y of the 7 CUfBOfS You Can Refinance a Lot of Your Troubles Away With a Security Loan Up to $300. Come In ... A Frium'ly Firm. Come Early If You Wan A Seat ()( - 35o PUBLIC LOAN CO. SECURITY LOAN CO. POLAHD'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY 214 So. Main St., Clinton I'lione T.'V.: CTHBIHBTmilMI 224 lUackman St. I'lione D2 2104 Main St. I'lione SS'J CLINTON. INDIANA

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