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Wednesday ,Deceniler 6, 1911. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Cage Six TODAY'S NEEDLEWORK PUBLIC NOTICES Tank-led U. S. Lines Slam At Saareguemines Creek Capital Rises in Fury (Continued from pasa 1) 4a' L 1i,' (St ii'l V.'V. iiia BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices modern stiuliilin which is one of llio lihiH HlrougholdH and oilier disturbances broke out In the southwest In the dlrecilun ol the port of Piraeus where i lie British advanced street by at reel and searched all holmes as lliey. went. SI ill oilier forces were fighting about, n mile north of the city in Hie region of llio'Llknvltlos Gardens, The .political situation beciiinu uioru contused as a result of tho lighting between opposition forces. ItcsieiiHl ion IliiMrd Reports of I ho possible reslgna-ilon of Pn inier George Papumlreau cimliiuie.l. The oclogenarlon Themls-ioel"3 fioioullii, liberal leader, was said lo be attempting to form a eoaillion government to satisfy ull Vac! ions. .Soloniis derlared that he hail 'lecn asked by I'npuinlrcau to form a cabinet and that left and extreme ieii fuel ions as well as oilier parties agreed to serve under him, Spread Blight "Throwout" potatoes' on refuse piles on many farms In the neighborhood of potato warehouses and even on city dumps, spread spores of blight by wind and Insects to nearby fields. Euch piles of discards shouid be sprayed with a strong weed killer or covered with straw, sprayed with kerosene, or gasoline and burned. I Koine dispatch' s said 11"' llrilhh admitted having lo evacuate a number of police stations III Alliens. Fins Kidnap (irilieiH (Other reports reaching Home said that a number or (Srcek naval ori'lcei's and civilians hint boon in!-ducted by (be Elns whose iroopa were siiid lo be movim: on Allien;; from the surrounding count ryeiile. I Flan's dropped over Alliens during Ihe llithl lliM'lof.Ml ihe movement of lOlas forces. Ill Ihe glare of BenrciillKliis mounted on i.inlis, l!nt-IkIi iinriilroopB opatiil Kliui I'luhiors from the Polytechnic School near Ihe eelller of the capital. A government coiniiMiniiiue "British and Greek regular forces have gone into aciion to supporl the civil power." Hrilish l.'inlis and iinucred earn so far have used only machine kuuh in their efforts In rliro order. Hattliny v.-as In pron-ss In the southern pint of lie capital at Die PALACE sc-35 Saturday I atrial "e" Evcams 1 .. . .,-.8 greal Cm" ' ' cancel 'i . v TONIGHT "THE BATTLE FOR TKE MARIAKKAS" GENE TIERNEY tforrng SWTBI Fa Zik 1 l m First day Insertion: le for each rMdlni Una (on column lln. Ilka na ot tbeaa). Next two dayi Insertion: tba aama la eharga (you get three daya at toubla tba cost ot the firat day), Nazt three daya Insertion! the aama (a oharga (you get a whole Keek five daya) at tbrea times tha oat of ona insertion). Each group ot tbrea day tnara-aiter, la a Una. BUckfaca (Uka tola) 10c pea lino. All classified ads Including mem-orlama and notices of all kinds must be paid In advanca except those by regular customers whose accounts ajra paid monthly or those from or tanlcatlone whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In tht latter eaaa the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Ita payment, FOB SALE FOUR HOMES, THREE. FOUR AND five rooms; one with one acre and one with two acres. Also stoves and furniture. Real bargain taken at once. One mile south of Hills-sale, old Charlie Dale's place. Inquire ot C. M, Farrell, Hillsdale, R. R. 1. t31x ONE GUITAR WITH CONCERT case, one vlctrola, I wo Coleman lights, one pre-war ice cream freezer, one pie-war porch swing and household goods. Wyatt House, Lyford. 134 SPANISH I'EANUTH, GREEN 25c per lb. 5 lb. $1.00. yellow pop corn, hulless rice. Will have corn shelled next week. C. E. Wooten, Hillsdale, Ind. 128 SEMI MODERN HOUSE. 1604 South 3rd. Occupied by owner. Will give immediate possession. Some one can get a good buy. H. 8. Call. Phone 326. t29 SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE. FULL basement, new roof, blinds, three section sink. Newly decorated, inquire 863 North Ninth after 5 p. m. t27x ALL KINDS OF EVERGREENS, for home decorating. Pluce your order early.. Hershey'a Store. t27f TABLE MODEL RADIO 118.00; cabinet model radio $18.00 and 22 rifle and toys. 803 N. 3rd Street. t34x COL. 36763 DON'T EVER CHANGE, Wish Vou Were Waiting For Me. Glnny Simms, vocal. 60c 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 USED FURNITURE, HEATERS, chest drawers, bed, springs, kitchen sink, chairs, dressers, ranges. Martin's. 665 Vine Street. t27x- CHILD'S ALL METAL RUBI1ER tire scooter and tricycle. Dawson. Stop 31. Clinton Line. t29x INTER - SPRING MATTRESS. China closet and buffet. Call at 1221 South 4th Street. tlihx FOUR ROOMS OF FURNITURE for quick sale. Call mornings. 210 Fifth and Davis Street. t29x BOYS SUITS, SIZE 12. MACKINAW size 12, and boy's toys. 64 6 Blackman Street. t28x HAND CROCHETED AND EM-broidered gifts. 219 Cherry St. t28x TWIN SIZE JENNY L1ND MAPLE bed. Springs and mattress. 2:ifl Hlgglns Street. t28x SLIGHTLY USED HOT WATER car heaters. Hoosier Pete Station. t29x liltICK, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's. Phone , Clinton. SStf FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. 17-17-44 f NEW BABY BED. PHONE Ring 4. 1015 t2'Jx GOOD I'SED MMIIEIt. ERNIE'S. Phone 8. Clinton. "l FIFTH VEIN COAL. CALL 092-J. t40x HEATING STOVE. VERNON CLI'D-er, Telephone 1024-1. t27x 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. t5f CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRI E II boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 32. Clintonian Office. NOTICE TO HIDDEIW Notice is hereby given that the Hoard of County Commissioner of the County of Vermillion, Stato of Indiana, will receive sealed bids up to the hour of 1:00 P. m. in the afternoon of December 20th, 1944 at tba County Auditor's office for books, blunks, stationery, and supplies for the year 1945, in accordance with the specifications now on file in said Auditor's Office. Each bid must he accompanied by bond or hid bond In the amount of two thousand (2,000.00) dollars and must be to the approval of said Hoard. The Doard reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Hy order of the Hoard of Commissioners of said County this 4th day of December, 1944. IRA J. CHURCH, Auditor, Vermillion County. Indiana, 126-1344. NOTICE TO IIIDDKIIH Notice is hereby given that the Hoard of County Commissioners of Vermillion County, Indiana at the Court House at Newport, Indiana will receive sealed bids for furnishing gasoline sufficient to supply County Trucks and Tractor equipment for one year commencing at the date of (he execution of the contract. Said gasoline for said equipment to he under proper guarantee for the uses intended: Said proposals will be opened nt 11:00 a. m. in the forenoon of the 20th day of December, 1944. Each bid shall be accompanied by a bond or bid bond in the sum of Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00) to the approval of the Doard of Commissioners. The noard of Commissioueits reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Given by order of the Hoard of Commissioners of Vermillion County, tills 4th day of December, 1944. IRA J. CHURCH, Audilor, Vermillion County. Indiana. 126-1344. I NOTICE TO illllDEItN Notice is hereby given that the Hoard of County Commissioners of Vermillion County, Indiana, will on the 20lh Day of December, 1944, at the hour of Two Thirty (2:30) P. M. at the Auditor's office at New port, Indiana receive sealed bids for 150,000 gallons or less of bituni-mous material to be furnished and applied on various roads in Vermillion County, Indiana. Bidders must furnfsli their own specifications as to material and equipment to be used in applying. Each bid must he accompanied bv a bond or hid bond in the sum of 25 per cent of their bid. Tiie Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Given hy order of t lie Hoard of Commisisoner this 4tb day of De- Wltb The Oompllmnata Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for HUGH McGILL 634 Elm Street Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day YOUR NAME MAT BE NEXT 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 "Romancin' Along" RKO Headliner mmmwK-x mia.Hi'PjmMDfmmMim.Hm liSttt'laww M STARTING THURSDAY M-G-M TERRIFIC WfSTIRM KiTJ ""V FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Ooodyear Car, Truck and Traotor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanising and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 8th and Bogart Mobllgaa Station, Jos Olacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED, large or email, prompt aervloa. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 T-irro Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges, John Wacbtel Co., Terra Haute. tlS7 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwlggins ana eons, licensed dealers. Call ua as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service) Dana, I'houe 50. GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER- ation Service. Commercial ana Domestic. F. L. llonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR VOUR HEALTH'S BAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mc-Cracken'B Market. tl6f RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and atlti-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 Tltl'CK DRIVERS ;OOD COAL AT nil time. No walling. Paved road, il Miles west f Clinton, Hazel lllilff. H & O Coal Co. tlW I3URDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. RENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 400 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t86f PAID NOTICES NOTICE! The Clintoiiian rvKi'ets (hat late ('Illiniums card orders received for the follotviiiv,' person have been inn. celliMl by the company. Mr. and Mm. Ciii'l Viable, Mr. and Mr. I)i-llert linker, The Hnllillgs-uorlli, The Jackson. We ure taking this mean of no-drying them a ivc do not have their addresses on file. The orders for llllfliliilll, (Jiurllel- inctli, and Costa are now obtainable at the office. tf NOTICE! All members of Local Union 2274, Crown Hill No. 6 are requested to be present at a Special Meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 12, 6 to 7 p. m. To vote on iiileruutioiiul and district No. 11 officers UMW of A. Committee will report on Portal to Portal Pay case now pending. Jim Thomas, President Louis Chuhb, Fill. Sec'y. t31 NOTICE! fop. Stated convocation. Vermillion Chapter, 125 R. A. M. Thursday, December 7, 7 p. m. Visitors welcome. Win. Vastbiuder, H. P.; Ray Shew, Secy. 128 NOTICE! Members of Trucker's Local Union No. 73 are requested to attend the ragular 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, III. t27x NOTICE! Rooster Club rummage sale. 219 South Main, 9 a. ni December 8. FOUND 22 CAI.IIIER RIFLE. SEE J. W. Slattery at Wilson, Justice and Osella Auto Sales. t28x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonlan. FEMALE HELP WANTED FULL OR PART TIME HOUSE keeper. Phono 285-W evenings after 5. t28x WAITRESS. HOURS 5-12. CRANES. t29x FOB RENT MODERN FURNISHED APART-meiil, closo In. 415 South Third Street. t24f Wanted U Buy, Sell or Trade USED i'l IINITI'RE, STOVE, ETC. T. F. Klgsb. 142 So. Main. (29x Larvae Damaging Most housekeepers know, of course, that the adult or parent moths don't eat holes in garments or furnishings. They just fly around and lay little white eggs where their "children" can develop. The short light brown, worm-like larvae that hatch from the moth eggs do all the damage. Wool is the favorite food of the larvae, Dut they like fur just about as well, and feathers and hair. LOAN CO. Phone 62 INDIANA t Continued from page 1) Saarbruckon, capital of the Saar territory with a normal population of 150,000, was being crumbled to pieces. German forces attempted to do-fend the eastern bank of the Soar, pouring their own artillery and mortar lire Into the ranks of the advancing Americans, but to no avail. The Doughboys stood up lo the worst the Nazis had to offer and under an artillery screen of their own, splashed acrosB the muddy river at four new places, raising to six the total hrUlgehoads now gained and held. Hold 13-Mile Front Oen. Dwight D. Elsenhnwer's spokesmen announced the Third Army Bcored "very substantial advances along nn Irregular front of 12 miles" as General Palton stepped up the bultle for I ho Saar despite unfavorable weather. Resistance was spotty inlense in several areas, weak in others as the enemy failed in efforts to llliiln- laln a continuous front before the defenses of the Siegfried Line. ! Pattnn's Both Infantry Division and patrols of the 10lh Armored ; Division roamed the east bank of the Saar north of Merzig. Clear liarlNhnillit Forest The Forest of Knrlshriinn was I cleared of much of tho enemy's re-1 slstlng force. The 35tb Infantry Division pained up to seven miles along the Saar-brucken-Sarro Union railroad into Ihe outskirts of SaiTegiieniines, clearing the villages of Htiltzheim and Willerwald and entering Neuf- ' grange. Another four-mile gain was made by the Sixth Armored Division which Blashed a path Into the bcc- ( tor northwest of Sarregiiemlnes. This move threatened to isolate a Nazi force of considerable size which waB unable to withdraw rapidly enough In the face of the armored drive. I N earing Nanm I'nion I The 26th Division pushed beyond Raarable and Saltzbronn. reaching close to Herbitzbeim JllBt five miles north of Sarre Union. The 2 6 1 al- I so ousted the Hermans from Clermln-gen although the enemy offered serious resistance. The Fourth Armored Division pushed ahead five miles and enter-jed Weidesbelm, seven miles north-least of Sarre Union, as well sb Bluing, eight miles northeast. Fall Back into Kiegfrlivl IThe Oermans are falling back deep Into the Siegfried Line under Ihe impact of Oen. Palton s offensive, headquarters said. Ninth Army patrols attempted to cross the Roer river but were balked by high water which also was believed runnng In too swift a current for assault craft, In Memoriam In loving memory of Wlllium Madison who died, Dec. tf, 1943. From this world of pain and Borrow, To the land of peace and rest, (Jod has taken you, dear loved one, Where you have found eternal rest. The Madirton Family. TODAY'S PATTERN Beguiling threesome! Jumper, jacket, blouse for an adorable tot. Make several outfits in different harmonizing colors, mis and match. Pattern 9178 comes in sizes 1. 2, 3. 4, 6, 8 and 10. Hize , Jumper, 1 yd. 35 or 39-Inch; jacket, h yd.; blouse, Tdyard. Send TWENTY CKNTrt in coins for this pattern to The Daily Clintonian, Pattern Dept., 155 N. Jefferson St.. Chicago SO, III. Print plainly SlE, NAME, ADKUESK, h'l'VLE MMHEIi. FIFTEEN CENTS more biings you the Marian Martin Fall and Winter Pattern Book full of smart, easy-tn-make styles. A free pattern is printed right in the hook. V J Uiafo vttt Bltmio Barnes hhn forradine fgW ;!Lflatl9KCra by Alice Brooks Old chairs regain their self-respect with this peacock chulr-Bet, crocheted In pineapple design. The easy stltchery adds color. Needlework that has variely a handsome gift for the home! Pattern 7022 has transfer of peacock bodies; crochet directions. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for this pattern to The Dally Clintoiiian, Household Arts Dept., 661 West Randolph Street, Chicago 80, 111. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN Nl'MUEIt. Our new 32-page Needlework Book iB yours for Fifteen Cents more . , , 130 Illustrations of designs for embroidery, home decoration, toys, knitting, crochet, quilts. Summit Grove Roy Jenks, Bono came Wednesday for a visit with his sister, Mrs. M. (!, Miller. Mrs. Russell Potter and daughter Janet of Indianapolis and Mrs. Tlio niasof Hillsdale, the former's Thomas of Hillsdale, the former's home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hes-kett. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harrison, who lives west of Clinton, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Collott Harrison and duughter Mary Adeline. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mitchell and daughter of Terre Haute were Sunday evening guests of Mr. Mitchell's daughter, Mrs. Mllo Heskett and family. Mrs. Nelson Morris and son Kenneth, Montezuma called Sunday afternoon on Mrs. Morris mother, Mrs. Viola Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smock of Terre Haute were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Heskett and family. Miss Margaret Heskett, grade school teacher at Homer, III., Is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heskett. Mrs. Laura Mitchell of Hillsdale spent Beveral days last week with Mrs. M. O. Miller. Mrs. "Lillian Laverty and son Aquilla, who live near Mecca, were recent callers at the home of the former'B nephew, Frank Heskett. Nutritional Value Top-class protein for tissue building, iron tor red blood, fat in an easily digestible form, and seveial of the vitamin alphabet are contained in an egg. ceinher, 1944. IRA J. CHURCH, Auditor, Vermillion County. Indiana. 126-134 4. NOTICE TO IIIItllEKH Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Vermillion, State of Indiana, will receive sealed bids up lo the hour of Three o'clock in the afternoon on the 2uih day of December, 194 4 at the Auditor's Office, Newport, Indiana, for the following: Furnishing sewer pipe in the several sizes and welghlB for the year 1945. i Each hid must he accompanied hy a bond or bid bond In the amount or out thousand (Jl.iiiiu.Oii) dollars to the approval of the Board of Commissioners. The Hoard reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Given by the order of the Board of Commissioners this 4th day of December, 1914. Hi A J. CHURCH, Audilor, Vermillion County. Indiana. 12B-13 44. We desire to express to our kind neighbors and thoughtful friends our heartfelt thanks for their many expressions of sympathy. V.'e especially wish to thank all those who sent beautiful floral offerings and Kev. Whalen. the minister. Henry Akers and the Ingram Family. Card of Thanks 7 mPCTURES Itiiy More IfniiHs IT5 HEP! IT'S mmU5l ITS HOT! the Queen cf llic nation's favorite singer if. ...:..l r - t- L'c WED. & TliUR. 35c Color Cartoon March of Time Kitrpiiu Matinee TJiur. &22c 2:00-0:30 I M. Svjbg Sm ft r o vv : 4 i . y" '. ' i, V . i.:v. , 1 Ill il milMlill IVWIIl.llltA. 13 . Y:.v, iNcw as i o m o r v -n s r .. IS I I ;-:;V LilfhWm I rjij i i , " "tilt?! -I a Tti 1 I U t It .i . u-km 1 1, tiimr Mil i1i-m mm m swMi mill Mii nrfimi a , t iW MIWIM'ITri II II 1 1 IT'S A BIG HELP Just to Know Where to Get Money When It s Needed. Several Thousand People Have Used the Security Loan Company This Year. SECURITY 224 Blackman St. CLINTON,

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