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Monday, November 27, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six PUBLIC NOTICE 1 BUSINESS SERVICES BIHTH t'KllTII'K'ATK Notice is hereby given that Hattie Alice Sturm has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition Is set for hearing on the 30th day of November, 1944. CARL R. BIOG8, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tirea and Tubes. Vulcanizing and neatlr done and Guar anteed. th and Bogart Mobllgaa Flrat day inaertion: Se for ach raadlnf Una (on column Una, Ilk no of then). Next two dan lMertlon: too am tuition. Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 2tf ( cbarga (you get turea oara ai ioubla tna coat of toe nrai uayj. Mt UrM dara Inaertlon: the am la charge (jroo get a whole EaULl? KB SE EE) AN OLD ESTABLISHED CORN MILL MAKING 3IOST VITAL FOOD PRODUCTS FOR OUR ARMED FORCES NEEDS GOOD WAKES - t.'OOl) WOKKINC CONDITIONS- La Ed Pt5oi?2(ty Apply to BILL STIIT or ROB HENRY ILLINOIS CEREAL MILLS, Inc. Phone 110 Paris, Illinois Phone 110 DEAD A N I MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana Hit. We pay all phone charges. John wacbtel Co., Torre Haute. 1137 Five Allied Air Armadas Hammer Key Reich Cities (Continued rrum pace II keek five dayi) at three naa oat of one Inaertlon). Eacb group of three dara thereafter, te a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per Mae. DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED Fit EE Earlier In the day the British air of charge by Dwtggtna ana Bona, licensed dealers. Call us aa aooa as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 00. t6lf ministry announced that Royal Air Force Lancasters raided the indus All elaaairied ada Including mem-orlama and notlcea of all klnda must be paid In advance except thoae by regular euatomera whoae eecounta are paid monthly or thoae from or-snlzatlona wboee bills mnat be allowed before being paid. In the Utter caa the peraon asking tht publication of the notice will be held reaponalble for lta payment. GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER- ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Boncbrake. Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT FOB SALE more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tl6l III i . H..1.HH F'JJ.J'W Ulna mwl'mmmmmmmmm. I , , niiiaiiss - Mm&iVil-'toUmlHnAMftw,'''m ssui mi i ur, trial center of Munich. Hundreds of heavy bombers roared out across the English channel, indicating that still further aerial blows would fall against the Reich during the day. Munich, an Important engineering and aircraft production center, was bombed while it was still dark. The attack lasted 15 minutes and resulted In a number of large fires. -Western Geianany Under Fire Other objectives In western Germany also were bombed, the air ministry announced, and night Intruder aircraft blasted a number of Nazi airfields "well behind the German lines." One British plane was reported missing. The heavyweight aircraft were seen passing over Hie south and good $14-$14.25; common HI. 50 Hliine. JOIN Ollt fHHITMAH LAVA WAY the uattlefroula west of the .Vrnm.n l-ft liaiik I i.m-1 down; good and choice ewes $6-6.25, NICE LITTLE FOl'K 1IOOM HOUSE with full basement. $K75. GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE. CORNER lot. good location. $1,000. BRICK STORE BUILD1NO AND dwelling in JoneBtown, $a00. Easy payments. O. F. HOUSTON t22 Club and select a Keepsake llla-immd ring at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t2s Second, dislocation and isolation I their left flank positions, believed CHICAGO, 111. Salable esti-i,roi..,nt,i In winter time, have , mates Tuesday: RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. been accomplished. Cattle 7,000, hogs 20,000, sheep ,000. Reassessment Of Real Estate Is Urged by Assembly INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The Indiana General Assembly, convening in January, will receive a recommendation for a stale-wide reassessment of real estate, It was learned today. The recommendation will be made power by 129 planes and resulted in the bombing of Miaburgh and Bielefeld. United StateB Eighth Air Force headquarters announced that 1,1 on Flying Fortresses and Liberators, escorted by 700 Thunderbolt and Mustang fighters, carried out yesterday's raids aimed at the Nazis' thinning oil supply and at railway yards. Nazis Send Up l.iileiretor The Germans sent up stiff Inler-n,.tnp fr.uitit'.i itnti near Hjtnnover us Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Gas Market, 11-2-44 The weather, however, lias helped the Germans by enabling them to pour In supplies during periods when the Allies were bogged down. INDIANAPOLIS, Did. Livestock: Hogs 15,000. 160-270 lbs mostly 10c lower. All other weights steady. MAHLITE TILE BOARD FOR KIT- The American Seventh Army Christmas Card Designs are running low and many are being cancelled every day. We can still supply Home very nice ones with names Imprinted, but better order yours today. See the designs still availulile at The Dally Clinlonian Office. chen and bath room. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. pressing southward from the Strna- - 1 "-l SO lbs and 271-400 lbs $14.05. bourg area along the west bank of, 180-200 lbs and 240-270 lbs $14.15. BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND lie First 1 200-24 0 ins mostly in.su. Top lbs ., ', ...... k..,k, i Commit-i the Rhine river, to meet by the stale Hoard of Tax Commas- by the State Hoard of Tax east coasts of Britain, heading toward the continent. Down I2 Nazi Their blasting of the Nazi target area would come as a quick follow-up to a smashing Sabbath day assault that reduced the German air $14.30 for load 215-225 lbs. JU0- long distance moving. 40t boutn Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f toward the Misburg oil refineries. ' sinners, which was directed by the . Krench Army, moving northward American fighters sent 110 of the 1S43 legislature to "make a special from the Colmar area, encountered Nazi planes swirling to the earth, and comprehensive study of the ef- stubborn enemy resistance as did FOB KENT COL. 3C751 LORDY, THE MOMENT I Laid Eyes On You. Cab Calloway and Orchestra. 50c plus tax. Whites Pharmacy. The bombers knocked down 12 more feet or federal leg.siauon ana oi me , Frrncn war activities of the I'nited States Km tie iWhig I'inrer TWO-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. of the estimated 400 enemy Inter. upon the taxing system 939 Blackman Street. tjo ceptors, and the Ajneiican fighters governmeui FEMALE HELP WANTED GIRL'S THREE-PIECE TAN KNOW-suit. Size 4. 5. Boy's all-wool overcoat, size 34. $10. 229 '4 Blocknian, Apt. 2. t20x 3 GO lbs $1 1.50-112.75. Sows strong. Mostly $13 65-$13.75. Cattle 2,300. Calves 800. Steers and heifers fully steady. Cows firm. Load good and choice yearlings $16.-50. About a load $16.25. Car $16. Hulk medium and good f 1 3.50-$ 15.-75. Load good to choice 800-Ib fud heifers $15.50. Medium to good $10,-B0-S18. Veulers steady. Top $16. Sheep 2,500. Lambs steady to strong. Good and choice $13.50-$14.-25. Top $14.50. Medium and good $10.50-$13.25. (Prepared by Office of COLUMBIA then swooped down upon German landing fields to bag seven more planes. American losses totaled 37 bombers and 13 fighters. While trying to withdraw in the central Vosges area, the Germans tried to halt the closing of the American-French pineei on the Khlne's west bank. Hard fighting was In progress north of Btrasbourgli and south of Mulliouse. General Patlon's troops regained and the revenues of the state." The board urged that the reassessment be made In a "scientific and Impartial manner to eliminate gross inequities." Three other recommendations of WAITRESS. HOURS 5-12. CRANES. I29x USED FURNITURE, HEATERS, chest drawers, bed, springs, kitchen sink, chairs, dressers, ranges. Martin's. 605 Vine Street. t27x SUNDAY and MONDAY the board were That levies other than the prop-' lost ground north of Sarrebourg In erty tax be employed to finance any ( repulsing a series of German coun-postwar public works program un-; ter-th rusts, and farther north, three MAN'S NEW ALL WOOL OVER- coat size 40, two bird cages. 71o So. 6th St. t22x Tw o Czech Rail Junctions Fall To Rushing Red Drive (Continued from page 1) dertaken by the state. That the loopholes In the Intang miles fioutliwptit of Merzitf. the Third Army's 90tli division bit pay dirt with an advance which carried them across the German border. ibles law. through which many per USED ARMY SHOES. BELLOS Shoe Shop. 300 North Ninth Street. '4x SPECIAL SHORT SALAMI. FOR Major Capital Dailies Raised to 5c Per Copy INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. All three Indianapolis daily newspapers today sold for five cents a copy. The Indianapolis Star Sunday raised its subscription rate from four to five cents per copy daily and from 12 to 15 cents Sunday. The new cost for home delivered papers, daily and Sunday, will be 85 cents. The Indianapolis News and the Indianapolis Times today announced similar increases from four to five cents. The cost of papers delivered at home for six days a week was increased from 18 to 20 cents. dead Our Up-to-Date Sport Newt BOWEL CLEANING POWER OF ERB-HELP MEDICINE sons avoid taxation, be eliminated. That it be recognized that there will be a decrease in receipts from the gross income tax, probably necessitating the raising of additional revenue. lug had broken out anew on the boys in service. Clinton Sausage Co. t21 Admission 9c and 25c FOUR JILLS III A JEEP With Kay Francis Carole Landis Martha Ra ye Dick Haymett "Rabbit Hunt" Blue Ribbon Cartoon "Flicker Flashback" RKO Short RKO NEWS CREAM ENAMELED COOK STOVE. 350 K. 8th Street. Call after 4:00 t20x Patlon's Troops p. m. Classified Ads Sell Most Anvthini CHICAGO. III. Hogs, 24,500, Including 6.500 direct; weights 270 lbs. Down weak: others steady; good and choice lilO-270 lbs. $14.20-$14.35; top $14.35; good and choice 150-180 lbs $13.50-$14.25; weights over 270 lbs and sows $14, the ceiling. Cuttle 21.000. including 1.000 di- Enter Key Fort InMaginot Line rContlDHM from p(te II I1KK K, ANY KIND VOl' WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, Phone 8, Clinton. fWtf FIFTH'VEIN COAL-CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-sll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f Tuesday and Wednesday One man recently took lOltll. HI'.LP tlir (lays and suld after-ward that ho nvr would have lie-I lend liia Ixxly contained no murli rilt ' HiibKtaiwe. He Bays hia atuin-ali, intestini'K, liowela and whole K.VHlem were no thoroughly cleansed that his conxtnnt headaches caine to an end, several pimply akin erup. limit, on IiIk fare dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic fiaiiis in hla knee disappeared. At present lie la un altogether different uian, feeling fin In every way. KltU-IIKI'P contains 12 Great Herds; they cleanse bowels, dear gas from stomuch, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel diffen-iit all over So don't go on suffering! Get KKB-HKIiP. While's (Itcxall) I'liannary Krug Store. 'rect; calves salable 1,500; fed Troops of the liritish 21st Army Baltic front where the Russians forced the Germans out of several of their strongpoints in Latvia southwest of Jelgava. The action apparently was of a local nature since Moscow announced that only 40 prisoners were seized. Fighting also flared in East Prussia, Moscow disclosed, when German forces attempted to infiltrate through Russian positions near the eastern frontier. In a savage skirmish, the communique said, the Germans were driven back with severe losses. Meanwhile Soviet forces in Yugoslavia learned from a captured Nazi prisoner that Germans had been brought from the Italian front In an attempt to hold the Russians and Partisans at bay while the Wehr-macht retreated toward Austria. The Germans were told they were returning to Austria for a rest, on1 prisoner disclosed, but instead they were thrown into the battle for Yugoslavia on the day of their arrival from Italy. Meanwhile Soviet airmen blasted the E:-st Prussian communication1 julirlioiu of Treuberg. which is a-striti" five vital rail lines, starting huge fires. NINE FEEDING SHOATS. ED RIL-ey, Route Two, Clinton. t22x M... rnl .Irari'tora and 0"y lOl lft.i. UWK " over the organized defenses still fighting west NINE FEEDING SHOATS. ED RIL-ey, route two. Clinton. t22 bulk sales $14.50-17.50; hellers 25s ofr; best $17.25; cows steady, bulls steady at weak; vealera unchanged at $15.50 down. Sheep 11.500, including 5.500 di- of Venlo remained. (Lee Carson, International News Service war correspondent with the ODD PIECES OF FURNITURE. 231 North Fourth Street. t21x 1st U. S. Army, reported that Lieut Gen. Coutrney'H. Hodge's men were I J; steady-strong; good and choice held to $14.75; Iambs J14.50; some fiKhtiiiK in the heart of Lanerw-hp CIRCULATOR HEATER. 759 North 8th Street. t22x Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE A NIGHT OF . ADVENTURE With Tom Conway Audrey Long PLUS UP IN MABEL'S ROOM With Marjorie Reynolds Dennis O'Keefe Gail Patrick PALACE 40c 9c LOANS . . . S50 S100 S200 S250 and S300 Tea, you can obtain a loan based on your earning ability and you pay interest ONLY lor the time you have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are ateadily employed In a factory, office, store or elsewhere. Come in and talk over your money problems with ua. We will arrange your paymenta to auit your income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to $150; amounts $150 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, costa 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 the Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. MM PAD) NOTICES CHKIHTMAH CAItl) DESIGN) ARE running low and many are being camel led every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with aaim-e Imprinted, but better order yours today. See the designs till available at The Itaily Clintonian Office. last major communicationB center j wphI of the Ruhr river. They had cut the Adolf Hitler hinbway lead-ins to Duren only five milea away.) j i f arat rooHrH in I (The London Evening Star fluoted Swiss reports as saying that Allied (paratroopers have landed in south-! jern (Jermany between Irnmendingen I and Oherlauphrineen, some 40 nidt-fi j behind the Siegfried Line. I (All nearby VolksHturnt f honie guard) troops in the area were ptac-, I ed nn an alert basis, the report isaid.) FUMVIKST riCTI KE SINCE "MR. DEEDS OOES TO TOWN!" MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. THURSDAY Guaranteed PARTS and SERVICE On All Makes of RADIOS and WASHING MACHINES Taylor 'i Radio Service M N. Uth St. Pnone 792 AflvaiM-e from Xielleiikiri'lien Forces of the Hritiah second army ; operating north of Oeilenkirchen wiped out a bulge in their lines by : makine an advance of 5.000 yards. HELP WANTED 8 I'ay JO Pay J 2 Pay WANTED MAN OR WOMAN 25-45 to handle established coffee and Donald Duck Cartoon . . . 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PtHflae 2S2 Mala tt. 1 " TIZiM PCKCh With The Camvmtmu Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Of rice for JOSEPH FOSSI 515 N. 10th Street Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watrfa Thia Space Every Day YOril NAME MAI BE .NKXT 39 Hudson '" passenger coupe. ZO.oAO miles. Actually looks and runs like new. 2ti Dodge Touring Sedan. Good Tires. 35 Plymouth Coach. Good Tires. Easy Terms. WILSON. JUSTICE and OSELLA AUTO SALES. THE PICTURES iltty More I (on fin Avoid the Danger of Wtuter Skidding: ONE MAN . . . AND THREE WOMEN FACTOBV- O.'NTBOIJJ'.B lUitle HHb Hurl-gen Headquarters of (n. Dwjght f). Kisenhower reported fighting on the outskirts of Hurtgen, with some elements already inside the town. On the Third Army front, four minor Metz forts which had been bypassed were found abandoned. Kigbt on Two Ht Derate Front At the present moment, a headquarters spokesman pointed out, the Germans have been forced by the Allied offensive to fight battles on two fronts that are not mutually self-supporting nd with their backs to the Rhine. On the Aachen-Cologne plain, the Germans are fighting to close the breach, while on the Lorraine plain they are battling against a full-scale i IKECAPPIXG In Gar,-. Mo,. Je!V. (Si KfT Xi J " Ei"ng Advtnture 2f vm 7X0 SO IT II Kit OFKEI.S YOI : I (, rd A VMlitr 'sMtiHI-k. (rln-1r-u-a-4 V.xprt,. 4. Fall SURELY AFTER No fttt4n GARY COOPER . CECIL B. DeMILLE S "The Story ef Dr. WasseH" IN TtCHNICOLOR 55 Years of Sen ire Thousands of P.ople Who Have I"atroniiHl I's. and Still Do. Can t Go Wrong. Let I's Talk to You When You Need I'p to $30". OMr-Onp Trrad Is-rstisa, offensive that started as open war- j fare. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY ! POLAND'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY i 214 So. Main St., Clinton a, cca a. ui Net results were outlined as follows: First, Uw Germans by now must ! have comnitied the greater part if not all of tiivir local resources to l Phone : 228 Blackman St. CLINTON. IND.