The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 5, 1944 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
December 5, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Clinton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 5, 1944
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

Tuesday, December 5, 194 I. THE DAILY CLINT ONIAN Page Six Patton Forces Cross Saar To Take Nazi Town BUSINESS SERVICES Four Vermillion County Students in Indiana U. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. With civilian enrollment at Indiana University showing an upturn for the first time since the beginning of the war. four students from Vermillion county arc enrolled this semester, according to an announcement today by Registrar Thomas A. Cookson. Vermillion county students listed as registered In various divisions of the University on the campuses at Bloomington and Indianapolis include: Clinton: Marguerite Bulls (nurses' training school, Indianapolis), Mary Catherine Sawyer. Dana: Emma Jean Soard. Newport: Margaret Saunders. press and public, and attempting to explain foreign affairs to the man in the street. MacLeish will hve over-ail supervision of Public and Cultural Relations. This will include a project to make the department far more active In the postwar period in the field of cultural relations with other countries. Rockefeller Pan-AmeHraiilxm Head The appointment of Rockefeller to the Assistant Secretary of State In charge of relations with the American Republics meant the displacement of Norman Armour, who has been handling tills work. Armour was promised "an Important diplomatic post abroad." rumored to be the Ambassadorship to Spain. Members of Congress heaped high praise upon President Roosevelt's choice of Grew for Undersecretary of State, but there was not complete satiBtactiou over the reorK nidation. W It N 1 N i ! The 'liiiioninn has no connce-tion whatever with a solicitation being cnrrieil on by telephone In Clinton, by a "' reinesentiiiK himself ax n tvounded iiaial veteran nnl iisl.iw; .'l lo have firm names Included I" some sort of an inlvrillscniciit. Tho publication vie (ire inl'olllled Is referred lo simply ns "u iinlloiiHlly-known ncwspiiper". This iieuspiiper would suggest Ibnl full pHrliciiliiiH be secured 1-y liny iiiel'clinutH solicited and this newspaper will Investigate Mils solii-itor noil bis publication folly. Several ('Union iiierchiilltN were swindled fir a similar manner recenlly mid this solicitation is probably being carried on by the same oHralor who has a different scheme each time he raids Clinton. whizzed by. As I put my helmet hack on. a bullet struck my Toot." "1 crawled to it building where my platoon leader put powder on my loot and sent mo back to a battalion aid slat ion. From an evacuation hospital I was returned to thin Hospital ill England." A former student of Horkville High School, Pvt. llarlnian was a fanner before entering military service. Ho is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1 1 ii it man of the licuile No. -. address. IliH wire, the former Ai;iles Hecto or Clinton, Indiana, and their six-month's-old daughler, Diana, re-sido with her pareius In Clinton. ' Better Slock High production is inherited. No arfiount of Rood feed and care can make a high producer out of a chick that i.s born a low. producer. The actual co.t of re;'rin;: good and poor stock is essentially '.he same. The greui u'iiTcrcr.vO is in Hie way the jj 3C-3SC TOHIGHT ?n pullets produce. FW! n HA 1 1114 MME !1 ,a Saturday (Continued from page 1) nles supported by five tanks was beaten off, with four of the vehicles knocked out of action. Troops of the 80th Infantry Division advanced two miles toward the Saar, and the Sixth Armored Division gained two miles, capturing Tanteling and Metzing. The 35th Division scored a similar advance, taking Guebenhouse and Ernestvil-lier, while Domfcsscl, three miles from Saarunion, also was captured. Cologne Area Ktatic Limited activity was reported from the Ninth and First Army fronts west of Cologne, where a threatened enemy counterattack was hroken up southeast of Lucherberg Six additional planes were knocked down by anti-aircraft fire yesterday. Headquarters laid considerable stress on the enemy supply and reinforcement situation east of Aach- Four Nazi IHvMons Cone Out of six German divisions ori ginally based in this vital sector, ' four have disappeared since November 16, an official spokesman said. J The remaining two. he added, have been "beverely decimated." j In any case, headquarters empha-, sized, the enemy losses represent a significant and costly attrition and indicate the Germans are facing a I difficult problem in maintaining tneir reiniorcemeni program in me midst of heavy fighting. Continued Heavy O)posi(ion Headquarters reported continued heavy German opposition, particularly with machine-gun and mortar fire. In all battle sectors. Third Army progress in the Saar under leadership o f Lieut. Gen. George S. Patton continues, head quarters said, with seizure of the j town of Uberhcrrn across the Ger man frontier. ; Capture of this village represent- ( ed a total four and a half mile ad vance since Patton launched bis offensive, and his forces now hold a firm and unbroken 16-mile front a-long the Saar river. Senate Gives val To Lnnrov 1 1 State Shake-up (rVintliiuM tiom page II zation of hie department. Swept out in the ghakcup were AKRiKtant Kfrrrt n ricn Adolf A RpHp. Jr., G. Howland Shaw and Breckln-' ridpe Long whose resignations were j accepted. Attention wan foeuned on Clayton who wan previoubly opposed when j considered for the permanent post of ' Surplus War Property Administrator. Apparently in an Attempt to head off Senatorial criticism, it was made clear that Clayton will report dire.ctly to the President on matters pertaining to civil aviation rath-I er than to Stettinius because of he family relation which Stettinius has with the President of Pan Amr- . 1 1Miiifmi if-"-""-"""""'" " Wounded RockviHe Soldier Recoverinc in England A IT. S. ARMY (IENKRAL HOSPITAL, England. Wounded in ils left foot by Nazi machine gun fire near St. I.o, France, Private Lawrence Hartman, 21, of Route No. 2. Rockville, Indiana, now is actively participating in the rehabilitation program of this United States Army station hospital In England. Captain A. A. Clocca, of North Tarrytown, New Yurk. his ward officer, said. Pvt. Hartman is now "almost completely recovered." Pvt. Hartman, a member of the 29th Infantry Division, was wounded In an orchard near St. Ix. "We were pinned down there by terrific machine gun fire," he said. "I took off my helmet and a bullet DOROTHY LAMOUR FRED MacMURRAY BETTY HUTTON DIANA LYNN ' C mm caiHDUi a iwnoMnt p,ch. Color Cartoon - News 1 nATTeKJ 1 " . V$&Fflmd ''EjjI ! 'ATA RTING Til URSDA V M-G-W& TtRRslfC WfSttIN HIT! Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Pint day Insertion: 80 (or each reading line (one column line, like ae ol these). Next two days Insertion: the lame te charge (you get three days at double the coat ot the first day). Next three days iusertlon: the same 8c charge (you get a whole Keek five daya) at three tlmea the cost of one Insertion). Er erouo of three days thereafter, 8e a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must fee paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the utter ease the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for its payment. FOB SALE SPANISH PEANUTS. GREEN' 25c per lb. 5 lb. 1.(10, yellow pop corn, hulless rice. Will have corn shelled next week. C. E. Wooten, Hillsdale. Ind. t28 SEMI MODERN HOUSE. 604 SOUTH 3rd. Occupied by owner. Will give Immediate possession. Some one can get a good buy. H. S. Call. Phone 326. t28 SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE. FULL basement, new roof, blinds, three section sink. Newly decorated. Inquire 853 North Ninth after 5 p. m. t27x COL. 36727 ESTRELLITA, WHIS-pering. Fred Lowry with Horace Heidt. 50c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. ALL KINDS OF SPICES AND CAS-ings for farmers making sausage or salami. Joe Airola, 1302 N. Ninth St. t28x C S E D FURNITURE, HEATERS, chest drawers, bed, springs, kitchen sink, chairs, dressers, ranges. Martin's. 655 Vine Street. t27x BOVS SUITS, SIZE 12. MACKINAW size 12, and boy's toys. 546 Blackman Street t28x HAND CROCHETED AND EM-broidered gifts. 219 Cherry St. t28x TWIN SIZE JENNY LI.ND MAPLE bed. Springs and mattress. 230 Higgins Street t28x SLIGHTLY L'SED HOT WATER car heaters. Hoosier Pete Station. t29x TWO WEEK OLD CALF, ONE COW. will freshen January 17. Andrew Tribulak. Klondyke. t26x DRESSED YOUNG RABBITS. JUST right for frying. Mrs. Ross King, Fairview, Thone 728. t26x BRICK, AXY KI.VO YOU WAVT. Clinton Auto Wrwklne Parts Co. Ernie's, Phone 8, Clinton. &tr FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f FIFTH VEIN COAL. CALL 592-J. t40i HEATING STOVE. VERNON CLUD-er. Telephone 1024-1. t27x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. FEMALE HELP WANTED FULL OR PART TIME HOUSE-keeper. Phone 285-W evenings after 6. t28x WAITRESS. HOURS 5-12. CRANES. 29x 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. taf CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 22. Clintonian Office. FOB KENT MODERN FURNISHED AI'AIiT-ment, close in. 415 South Third Street. t24f MODERN FURNISHED HOI'S E-keeping rooms. 239 Vine Street. t26x Wanted to Buy, Sell or Trade ISED FURNITURE. STOVE, ETC. T. F. Rigsby, 142 So. Main. tZUx FOUND 22 CALIBER RIFLE. SEE J. W. Slattery at Witson, Justice and Osella Auto Sales. ti'Sx "THE BATTLE FOR TKE N1ARIANPSAS" Ccrradine 4).' 1 FOUND A LARGE STOCK OP Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED, lum nr small. Dromot service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Tjtto Haute or Dana It m. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terra Haute. tl37 MUD AVIM4I.fi RF.VOVED MUX of charge by Dwlggins and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone SO. tfxf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE. EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tl6f RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 THICK DRIVERS fiOOD COAL AT all times. No waiting. Paved road. 3 Miles west of Clinton, Hazel Muff. S O Coal Co. tS8x BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. tS5f PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Stated convocation. Vermillion jj Chapter. 125 R. A. M. Thurs-day. December 7. 7 p. m. Visitors welcome. Win. Vastbinder, H. P.: ( Ray Shew, Secy. t28 notice: Members of Trucker's Local Union No. 73 are requested to attend the regular meeting. December 6. Nomination of officers for 1945. Elmer Nolan, secretary-treasurer. t27 NOTICE! If you have any kind of hay, wheat or oats straw, lose or baled for sale, write Frank McNeer, 712 South Main Street, Paris, 111. t27x NOTICE! Booster Club rummage sale. 219 South Main, 9 a. m.. December 8. NOTICE! Fish-fry. Friday night at Cozy Corner. t25x WANTED TO BUY OLD SCHOOL BUS BODY. SFIT-able to haul War Workers. Write Harry Crossley, It. R. 1, Clinton. I2x 37 FORD (CO) TUDOR. CLEAN. Good tires. 34 Chevrolet Master Coach, good tires. Wilson, Justice and Osella Auto Sales, 335 South Third Street. Phone 427. Card of Thanks We wish to expend our sincere thanks to all our friends and neighbors for their thoughtful comfort and aid during the iltneHs and death of our husband and father, J'ete Gug-lielmetti. We also wish to thank Dr. Loving. Karano-vich Funeral Home, Fathers Shea and Gardner and all those Bending flowers and donating cars. Wife and Daughters. Card of Thanks We desire to express our appreciation to our kind neighbors, friends and fire de- partment for their kind act. Mrs. Apa and Children. Easily Destroyed Vitamin C is the most easily destroyed of all the vitamins. Phone 62 1XD. Threat of Civil War Hangs Over Freed Greece (Con tin 'lea from page 1) was reported to be going on in several localities, with machine-gun fire and the crash of hand grenades clearly audible In the Center of the city. EAM forces have occupied and c'ontrol .20 out of 25 police stations in the Athens-PlracuB area. Ela Division in Capital A whole Elas division is reported to have Infiltrated into the capital in groups during the last 36 hours. The government is without any news of the situation putBide the capital. EAM today announced that four more civilians were killed when the police fired on demonstrators in one of the city squares late this afternoon. Attack Naval Headquarters The attack on the Anglo-Greek naval headquarters at Piraeus this morning was carried out by 400 Elas troops armed with automatic weapons and seven or eight machine-guns. Ravenna Garrison Falls to Troops Of British 8th (Continued horn pace 19 Heavy fighting raged in the area above Russi where the Germans, strongly dug-in, used large numbers of anti-tank weapons and machine-guns In an effort to combat Lieut. Gen. Sir Oliver Leese's forces. The victory of the Eighth Army was achieved by forces which punch ed a bridgehead Into the area between the Montone and Lamone rivers over the Scolo Via Cupa canal. Kigtith IriveN Alidad The Eighth smashed ahead despite determined Nazi resistance in a drive which brilliantly overwhelmed the forces of Nazi Field Marshal Albert Kesselring in a two-pronged specially timed maneuver. British and Indian forces operating on the right flank of the U. S. Fifth Army continued their push to ward the northeast in the direction ance. Allied forces staged a series of clever feints which enabled them to seize Mount Faggeto and the villages of Prugno and C'asola Valsenio. VtUnAn Block Offensive On the central portion of the Italian front where the Yanks are holding positions south of Bologna, the Fifth sent a series of patrols against the Oermans which forced the enemy to assume the defensive and definitely blocked the Nazi offensive movement started last week in an attempt to reestablish German positions in the Gothic Line. A fleet of 1.300 medium bombers, fighter-bombers and fighters from Allied bases in Italy attacked German positions in the Po valley and Yugoslavia and ripped into Nazi troops along the battle front. The main German supply line through the Brenner Pass also was blasted. During the night medium and heavy bombers dropped supplies to the Yugoslav Partisans. Fierce Aerial v tiles Over j Reich Capital j (Continued rrotn pg 1) bombers protected by fighters, roared out from England toward the continent in great strength. I The daylight formations presum- ably struck at rail targets similar j to yesterday's objectives w hen junc-j tions and yards at Kassel, Hainz, So ;est. Oberhai En, Bebba and G lessen j were blasted as part of a master plan to isolate industrial centere I from the fighting fronts. 'Ktrike at HI Keerve t With the Reich apparently dip-i ping into its oil reserves stored j in underground tanks as a re-j suit of Allied devastation of pro- ducing fields, observers felt the cur rent air attacks are designed to obliterate tank cars, locomotives and similar rolling stock needed to keep the Wehrmahct tn motion. Throw Tooi Scrap into tbe Flchtl ican Airways. Juan T. Trippe, Presi-! of the main Rimini-Bologna high-dent of that airline, is Stettinius' i way, meeting only moderate resist- new parts are necessary for Ford Car, come to u and get Genuine Ford Part. They are designed and precision-built to help your car to "like-new" condition. Let us check your car every days, help keep it in tip-top order. 1 "i.vV.r'nd wif!; Binnie Barnes Jcta vt.. car ""I hti w""-" I ' P Oui'les' only . .. PRO" Out Keep VcnKkfUrtricljr- tan -ott whms, coi, uftdntr,hoft.iisttn. V (htA Cuwrmr fir durgini rail. UKT When your restore 30 running Bring your car in This Week's PEC I AL wear Ford'"56 r,um leaky ...cWITH brot her-in-law. Maeljeisli Pre policy The appointment of MacLeish was expected to bring a new and invigorated policy of dealing with the COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c IT HAPPENED TOMORROW With Dick Powell Linda Darnell Jack Oakie PLUS ATTACK (Special War Release Picture) THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c SONG OF RUSSIA With Robert Taylor Susan Peters "Romano'in Along' RKO Headliner :bDCef.CkS1'"Ui" ZZn engine iicw Fa ' Hrrr' 4iat we do to rrviv thr prp , power an i pert orm aace of your Furd crtgine. V thfdt trJitortt for Vttwfclirtki limrrtf ant eptretwi. tint tba mtm Gm lfeorMffkty. V (hack Unrrj V Qwck inpm Hr wm mmm timont v4 KM- caoMctim, t n4 tesMtuv mrti tar torMKi. Uti tiftmuu. f- 1'honc 42" EE 7k C U VTOV, IND. A Safe Port In a Financial Storm Is a GOOD PLACE TO GET MONEY. We Try to Make This a Good Place. Loans to $300. . SECURITY LOAN COMPANY WILSON, JUSTICE AMD OSELLA AUTO SALES 228 Blackman St. CLINTON. 335 S. 3rd St.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page