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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six PUBLIC NOTICES Monday, December 11, 1944. Key to Koer River Valley at Stake In Violent Battle Behind the Scenes , SPl!r M I I V A "" rv MULLYWUUU Social Security Field Worker Here Dec. 18th Due to the fact that Christmas rails on the fourth Monday this month, the visitor from the Social Security Board in Terre Haute will bo at the Moose Hall, Monday, Dec. 18, which Is one week earlier than usual. According to word received from BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Clark Gable oft for Washington tomorrow on more Army business. . , . Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson have another nourishing hit in "I'm in the Middle of No-where." Sixteen recordings will be madi of It this week. . t . It's a baby girl for the Danny Dares (he's the former dance director whom Paramount has upped to the rank of producer). . . . The Murlon Pni.pr,netl nre expecting a baby in April. He's a Twentieth Century-Fox scenario writer. . June Knight's ex, Arthur Cameron, concentrating on Kay Aldridge. . . After an earl" morning wrestling scene with Betty Hutton for "Duffy's Tavern." Ed Gardner moaned: "I'll bet Morgenthau is still sleeping and here I am working for him." Errol Flynn got himself wound-pH In n scene fnr "San Antonio." No. not In a fight. A steel guitar string snapped and gashed the star's left hand. At a party, Eddie Btizzrll was introduced to Judge J. F. T. O'Connor. Tlie judge didn't know Eddie was a movie director and Euzzcll whispered confidentially: "You know the Inst time we met, you sent me up." A few minutes Inter, the judge got Eddie nsiric. "Mr. Buzzell," he said, "What was your trouble then?" HOLLYWOOD HI JINKS: Bogota, Columbia, will name a plazs after Singer Carles Ramirez. . . Marc Cramer is dating Jane Hamilton. . . . Emil Coleman, of the Mocambo, predicts the samba will die out as an American favorite unless some catchy new ones are introduced. Says the dance fans only are familiar with two: "Brazil" and "Twice Tice." . . . Lillian Bond is going with Writer Andrew Solt. , . . Tall twosome: noroiny Ford at the Clover club with Joel Ashley, who played with Mne West in "Katherino Was Great." . . . Ava Gardner with Tony Owen at Ciro's. . . . Seen in one corner at Billingsley's Tropics: Bing Crosby, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton. . . . And speaif r.g of musicians. Richard J-iimher is so mad about not being able to find a place to live that he's negotiating to huv an anartment house. Ilritish efforts in Greece has been -printed In the Russian press. There are some who helfeve that Moscow possibly encouraged Churchill to take strong measures lo suppress Greek radical attempts to overthrow the Georges Pnpandreou government which is committed (o keeping Greece within the British sphere of influence. 'Work or Fight' Order Relayed To Loeal Board (Continued from page 1) 'portions and adequate backlogs of i material were needed to sustain the drives. j "Stick to .lobs" l Undersecretary of War Robert P. Patterson last night urged Americans, in a brief radio address, to stay on their war Jobs and to concentrate on backing the armed forces for victory. He told employers that their "first order of business must be war production, not reconversion to peacetime production". Workers were told to "stay on that war job, or take one if you are needed". ! Art I Hit)- Increase Ordeml ' Wl'U emphasized that production of heavy artillery ammunition must increase !5 per cent during November and December over the October rale to meet 1944 slated requirements and added that "even Ibis goal is below computed strategic requirements". In its breakdown of October output, VPH reported that pi-odurlion of guns, fire control equipment, combat and motor vehicles each gained four per cent; ammunition and ships were unchanged, and com- j inunicalion and electronic equipment j increased five per cent but remain-; ed slv per cent below revised monthly schedules. I liomliers lichlml Schedule ' Programs currently behind schedule Include heavy bombers, heavy amiuiiiilllon and ariilhiy, I vy trucks and tires, assault transports and cargo ships, radar, cotion duck and spare parts for the fleet. Better Hurry Last Showing TONIGHT By HARRISON CARROLL King Feature! Hyndirutc Writer HOLLYWOOD The Gregg Mc Clures (he plays the lead in "The Great John L") are still weak from fright. Their two-year-old baby, Terl Ann, swal es! lowed 80 laxa- ::t . . ... j live puis. LiucK' ily Mrs. Mc Clure came In as she was gulp! down the last mouthful. After her stomach was pumped out the youngster was pronounced I 1 " okay. You h e a Harrison. Carroll everywhere that Gloria De Haven And John Payne are altar-bound, but when I put it up to Gloria, she said: "No, we go together a lot, but we are not engaged." M-G-M will be glad to hear this. They are planning big things for Giona and they Had rather sne wouldn't get married for a while. Hollywood nearly lost one of its best known fan magazine representatives in that air-liner crash near Van Nuys. Carl Schrocder was In San Francisco to confer with Victor Mature about Vic's boolc, "The Great Conceit," and had tickets to return to Los Angeles on the doomed plane. He and Vic went on a party and they sent the tickets back at the last minute. Thoug her baby is due soon (maybe on Christmas Day) Rita Hayworth has felt well enough to shop around for a beach house. Finally found a modest two-bedroom place at Carmel. That's where she'll rest up after the baby Is born. Rita told me a long time ago that she's not going to rush back before the cameras. Columbia wants her for a musical and schedules on musicals are tough. Rita is going to be sure she has her strength back before she takes on such an assignment. That lieutenant who sent Dcnnna Durbin flowers from Honolulu is now cabling them from the European theater. His latest gift was a corsage of 25 orchids. Five U. S. Scientists Awarded Nobel Prize In New York Ceremony NEW YORK, N. Y. Presented in the United States for the first time in history of the war, five American scientists and a Danish chemist were the recipients today of the Nobel Awards for 194 3 and 1944. Messages from President Roosevelt and King Gustav V of Sweden highlighted the colorful ceremonies, during which numerous diplomats and previous winners of the ramen international prizes honored the lat est group of winners. Recipients of the awards, whicn totaled $1 20,000, were: Physics: 1943 Dr. Otto Stern, Carnegie Institute of Technology; 1944 Dr. Isldor I. Rahl, of Columbia University, now associate director of the Massaclmetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory. . Phvsiology and Medicine: 1943 Shared by Dr. Kdward A. Doisy, St. Louis University School of Medicine, and Dr. Hendrick Dam, Copenhagen Institute of Technology; 1944 shared by Dr. Joseph Erlanger, Washington School of Medicine, St. Louis, and Dr. Herbert Gasser, director of Roclifellor Institute, New York. Two other winners were unable to be present. They were Johannes V. Jensen, Danish author now in Copenhagen who received the 194 4 Literature prize for his novel, "The Long Journey." and Dr. George Hev-sey. Hungarian scientist living in Stockholm, who won the 1943 chemistry award. f British Muster AH-Otit Offensive On Greek Rebels (Continued from page 1) the Mediterranean lleet and Air Mnrshal Sir John Slossor, commander of the RAF In Iho Middle Fast. No IVaeo Overlilre Ilritish officials In Alliens olso announced Hint the rebels had made no peace overtures lo Gen. Ronald Scoble, chief of the Ilritish forces In Greece. At. thn same, limn ofrlclals said them was no confirmation of rumors that the EAM (the left-wing National Liberation Parly) and the Elas (the EAM mllllln) had split on their policy of resistance. Civilian Kuffeirlng .Mounts Meanwhile the situation of the hungry civilian population In Athens, where the battle is centered. Is becoming increasingly critical. The Anglo-American Relief Associalion which planned to set up field kitchens for the Athenians was forced to abandon tho program because of the severity of the fighting. It ft 1 jflSICl r pint day Insertion: So for each raiding Una (on column line, Ilka Next two days Issertlon: tbe same la char (you get tlirea aays m double the east or the first day). Nait three dayi Insertion: the am le chare (you gat a whole keek five days) at three tlmai the oat of oaa Insertion). Each (roup of three dayi thereafter, to a line. Blackface (Ilk thla) 10c per line. All elaaairied ads Including mem-orlama and notlcea of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular eustomera wboao accounts re paid monthly or those from or-ganlsatlona whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter eaae the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOR SALE FOUR HOMES, THREE, FOUR AND five rooniB; one with one acre and one with two acres. AIbo stoves and furniture. Real bargain taken at once. One mile south of Hills-sale, old Charlie Dale's place. Inquire of C. M. Farrell, Hillsdale, R. R. 1. t31x ONE GUITAR WITH CONCERT case, one vlctrola, two Coleman lights, one pre-war Ice cream freezer, one pre-war porch swing and household goods. Wyatt ' House, Lyford. t34x FRESH LOAD NAVEL ORANGES, I tangerines, tangeloes, Kumquats, seedless grapefruit. All tree rip ened. No color added. Large paper shell pecans. McCracken's Market. t32 COL. 36?! MEMPHIS BLUES. Sleepy Time Gal. Hairy James Orchestra. BOc plus tax. White's Pharmacy. 40 WHITE ROCK PULLETS, SIX months old. One half mile west of Fairvlew School, Ben H. Miller. taox TABLE MODEL RADIO J18.00; cabinet model radio. $18.00 and 22 rifle and toys. 603 N. 3rd Street. t34x VERY GOOD USED GASOLINE pressure stove, built in oven, broiler. Nice looking, cheap. 1457 South 4th St. t31x SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON South Eighth Street. Excellent condition. Possession Immediately. O. F. Houston. t32 1935 MASTER MODEL CHEVRO-leit Sedan. 448 South Fourth Street. 693-W. tliux SLIGHTLY USED BABY BASSI-nette, reasonable. 802 So. 6th St. t30x CHRISTMAS TREES. GET YOURS now while selections are complete. McCracken's Market. t32 ONE SMALL WHITE ENAMEL coal range. Good condition. 846 South Fifth Street. t30x INTER - SPRING MATTRESS. China closet and buffet. Call at 1221 South 4th Street. t30x UKICK, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, Phone 8, Clinton. 85tf FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f HANDWASHER. ANNA LUNGER. 10th and Pike. t32x TURKEY, STEVE YEAGER, WEST Vine St. Phone 163-R. t34x GROCERY COUNTER, 2 SLEDS. Jesse Maden, Lyford. t30x BED, SPRINGS AND DOLL BUGGY. 306 Walnut St. t30x BROKE TREE DOG. CALL After 5 p. m. call 364-W. 150. t30x GOOD USED MMIIEIt. ERNIE'S. Phone 8. Clinton. Oil FIFTH VEIN COAL. CALL 692-J. t40x LOST SHELL RIM GLASSES AND CASE. Wednesday morning In 300 block on Maiu Street. Phone 753-R 1. t.tlx WANTED TO. BUY PORTABLE VICTIIOLA EITHER electric or hand wound. Wllma UroBS, call 612-M after 5:00 p. m. t3Ux DOLL BUGGY. MRS. MARY IIOZO-vlchor, 831 North Ninth Street. t 32x BOY'S BICYCLE. GOOD CONDI-tion. Phone 65 6-J. t30 FEMALE HELP WANTED WOMAN OR GIRL-FOR HOITSE-cleaning. Call at 610 South Eighth Street between 11a. m. to 1 p. m. t31x BIRTH CERTIFICATE Notice Is hereby given that Sarah Elizabeth Zlnk 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 sot for hearing on the 18th day of December, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of I he Vermillion Circuit Court. Card of Thanks Our sincere thanks to all who assisted in any way during our recent bereavement. We are especially grateful for the floral tributes from our neighbors and friends, those donating cars, Karano-vlch Funeral Home, and Father Shea. Mrs. Margaret Bakas and Family. Card of Thanks WE ARE SINCERELY GRATEFUL to friends and neighbors for their many kind acts of sympathy during the illness and death of our wife and mother, Mrs. Frank Featherland. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. Frank Featherland and Children. Guaranteed PARTS and SERVICE On All Makes of RADIOS and WASHING MACHINES Taylor's Radio Service 56 N. 9th St. Phone 79a COLUMBIA SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c SEE HERE PVT. HARGROVE With Robert Walker Donna Reed Bob Crosby "Swooner Crooner" Merrie Melody RKO News Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c SHE'S A SOLDIER, TOO Beulah Bondi Nina Foch LOUISIANA HAYRIDE With Judy Canova Ross Hunter "Report To Judy" WAC Short THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THE HITLER GANG With Robert Watson Alexander Pope "Frontier In Italy" Warner Featurette "Bees 'A Buzzin' " Warner Variety (Continued Rum page 1) tli Snar river were hurled buck. The (iernians how ure coming out In "suicide attacks," headquarters disclosed. In Ihe urea or Dillliigen, a ballullon of 85 NhzIs swept out shouting "ll"II HIHer" and wore shot down to Ihe last mini. In iniolher sortie, officers charged American machine gun and mechanized positions wllh no oilier weapons than drawn swords and met a similar fate. Other German attacks, however, were made with tank support and on the Third Army front in particular enemy artillery lire was described as "terrific." The Nazis were estimated to bo firing (1,000 rounds a day. In the vicinity of Saarlauteni, the Germans are fighting in a brickyard and firing from strong positions in a desper.-Me effort to hold back Gen. Ration's advance. In another instance identified in an International News Service front lino dispatch ns having occurred in the town of Fraulauteni German and American forces clashed inside the ballroom of a hotel. The !)5th Division of the Third Army in action at Saarlautern cleared 2f pillboxes and 35 fortified buildings in and about the town. The 3r,th Division on Sunday occupied Folpersviller, two miles north of Saaregueniines and one mile from the German frontier. At Vittring, American troops overran a large underground factory and to the north took the town of Grosredercliing, seven miles southeast of .Sarreguemines. American artillery concentrated In a wooded area broke up a strong concentration or enemy tanks in Iho Rois de Lies-hrucken. A total of 764 prisoners was captured yesterday. CEMETERY MEMORIALS MONUMENTS and MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. RliKIX V. T.rrK Fhone 88'.! lteprfwontntive 4C3 8. Sen'nth, Clinton With The CompUmeata Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The IVABASn THEATRE . Waiting At Our Office for STELLA JENKINS North Fourth Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day YOUR NAME MAI BE NEXT pCKcr THE PICTURES liny More Itomln FINAL Tl'E 40c MAXWEU ANDERSON'S " THE EVE ST. MARK Low Story of a Soldier I ' ' ANNE BAXTER WILLIAM EYTHE MICHAEL O'SHEA CENTIUV.IOX PICTIIIf Color Cartoon News IT'S all r.5 s r- clean us ...but, on' V hum ECSV I News Sport !) FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. S2tf BEAD ANIMALS REMOVED, large or small, prompt aervlce. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 83109 Tyrre Haute or Dana 1420. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS BEMOVKD FREE of charge by Dwlgglns and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 80. tSxf 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 antl-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 TRUCK DRIVERS GOOD COAL AT nil times. No Mulling. Paved road. 8 Miles west of Clinton, Hazel Muff. H & O Conl Co. tStHx JOHN A. BREWER, PIANO TUN-ing, repairing. 1305 South Seventh Street. t34x BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and . ii - rp I, .... o o l oupiil; iciciitiuiiu BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f FADJ NOTICES NOTICE! Tin. I'llnfiinhiii regrets Hint Into Christmas card orders received for he following persons have been can celled by Hie company, Mr. anil Mrs. Carl Vralilc, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert linker, The Holllngs- worlll, The .liicksoiis. ,.,-. taklm? tills means of no tifying Ihein as wo do not have their addresses on file. The orders for Huffman, Gligllel-metti. and Costa are now obtainable at the office. tf NOTICE! All members of Local Union 2274, Crown Hill No. ( nre requested to bo present at a Spocial Meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 12, 6 to 7 p. m. To vote on international and district No. 11 officer UMW of A. Committee will report on Portal to Portal Pay case now pending. Jim Thomas, President Louis Chubb, Fin. Sec'y. t31 NOTICE! A Jerusalem Chapter No. 99 F. & A. M. called meeting. Tuesday, December 12, 7 p. m. Work in E. A. degree. John Griffith, W. M Charles Brown, sec. t31 NOTICE! Lout week for pictures for Xmas. No appointment necessary. Billfold size free with every order. Mrs. Raymond Turner, 1058 So. 5th Ml. t34x NOTICE! All members of Locas Grove Mine are requested lo be present at a special meeting nt 10 a. in., Dee. 17. George James, President. t32x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 yearB or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonlan. HELP WANTED uiiNBin-HAN OR WOMAN 25-45 to handle established coffee and grocery route in and around Clin-1 ton. Car furnished and expenses, paid. Guaranteed salaries plus commissions with steady employ-j ment now and after duration. Stato qualifications. Writo Box 442-X co Clintonlan. tlif IMMEDIATE OPENING. GOOD Watkins route In Clinton. Car, ex- perience unnecessary. Average earnings $:i5-45 weekly. Pay starts Immediately. Largest com-' pany, best known household pro-1 ducts, biggest demand. Watkins Co., D-95. Winona, Minn. tliuf CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER I boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 32. Clintonlan Office. FOR RENT THREE ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, 1133 Anderson Street. Inquire at 1131 Anderson Street. t32x LOST OR STOLEN SLED FROM 339 NEBEKER ' Street. Return and no questions I asked. t32 j Phone 62 the field office, after this month the visits will be made on the regular fourth Monday. 1 The purposo of theso meetings Is lo accept retirement and survivors' claims. Da COKItl'XTION The figure 25,000 In (he account of the strip mine contract published In Friday's Dally Clintonlan should have referred to the. amount of coal expected from the strip mine are (26,000 tons) rather than the area of the strip mine land. Time for Cutting Trees The best time for cutting treea it in the spring after the sprouts have started and the tree is in full leaf. The death and decay of some species can be hastened by introducing poison into the circulator' sap system of the living tree. Card of Thanks We wish to take this opportunity to thank all those who attended the Christmas Holiday Festival at the Fairview School. We especially want to thank all memberB of the P. T. A. for their many donations and all those who helped In any way to make it such a successful evening. The Finance Committee of the P.T.A. Mrs. Eunice Kennedy, Chairman. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends for their kindness during the illness and death of our father, John Whyte. We also wish to thank the singsrs, Rev. Llnberg and the Frist Funeral Home. The Whyte Family. 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