The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 20, 1944 · Page 2
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December 20, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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')Ved)ncsda'y, December 30, 19lj IS' .,(), IJ litj:,.'. Inge Two .THE DAI L M.:C LINT OiN IAN street rfa:t'TvrrVtM'TVrMii1 cwHIuctie- IR': .Tot.n TerfKdskey, M N.-,Sth . Gasoline Station The United States has more than si half-million gasoline filling Sf., Clfnton, Indiana, Iuih ' ai rhvd in News of Clinton1 Men in Service , ' Kasily jt.aiea' Flowers cpii' &,e tended easily if grown in rows as vegetables are grown. Forest Production About 43 per cent of the world's forest production in an average year comes from the U. S. Ley feii Airfield In U. S, Hands; Take Jap Post ft ONDS.'... 1 SAM dal awarded lier hiiSbahd!.''W Janie 11. Wallace. He is stationed with the Kngineers somewhere in the South Pacific. U.S.A. Pfc. William F. Jlald ridge, who is In a V- S. Hospital in Paris, France with a piece of shrapnel In his left shoulder, is improving. He has been nwarded the Purple Heart and several other medals nccording to word received by his mother. U.S. A Three Clinton men, John H. Na-tale, son of Mrs. Mary Nutate, South Seventh street. Hubert Lilley, husband of Mrs. Annahtdle Lilley. Neb-eker street, Hussell r! Gole, son of Italy ami has been assigned to a II-1M Liberator group of the Kit h Air Force. He Is a tall gunner aud will begin flying combat missions soon. The Liberator group of which he is a member became ihe pioneers in the air bombardment of Kurope when they first, attacked lioumanian oil targets In Juno of 111-12. Since that time, they have continuously attacked the highest priority targets in Europe : anil Africa, and have twice been cited by the President of the United States for outstanding achievement. The record of their (Continued irufn pase 1) (CoatinutVl r "in Page 1) tt won awarded t ho pri'shlciitinl eilu-t ton for thoir "imnu-amirablR contribution to the surcesH of Die Kri'fUost nliboiju1 operation in history," the D-Day invasion of Franco. Coimr.aml-vi by Colonel Frank ,1. MaeXtH'S, of 8t. Paul, Minnie, his Knnip also dropped the first paratroops and towed the first gliders in the Invasion of southern France aud the Holland offensive. based on Luzon, principal island of Zfr the archipelago. Work was .being pressed feverish-1 S ly on the airfield close, to San .Jose, 1 ;if near where the relnvasion forces 1 fc lauded, ..Planes will he lining the mm field boou; liriK. Gen. William O.fWj' Dunckeii ,. conimandim; the lalidijig . forces, said Monday. 'jjji Mrs. Nellie Medley of route one, are now receiving their -"boot training at the V. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes. III. U.S.A. 9k B CAPTIVATING GIFTS for her for him ' Never before in our history of dealing in fine merchandise have we offered a more beautiful selection of diamonds brilliant, scintillating gems of rare quality and at reasonable prices. Time dims all things, but the fire of a diamond, the gift that is never forgotten, always appreciated. ' ricet Sinkr 41 Kliijm PACIFIC FLEKT HDQ.," Pearl achievements included t he first at-, tack by the American Air Force on! the Italian Fleet, the first attack on Crete, the first attack o;i Greece, the first ntack on harbor lusallations j at Naples, participation in the first attack on Home, and many others. J For leading the low level attack on the Plnesti Oil Refineries in August of l!l4:t and for outstanding performance of duties in sustained opera- j lions agains the enemy iti t lie Libyan . j ' s ' Mrs. Anna Smith of South Kighth street has received word that her i Harbor. Hawuii. Adm. Nfmitz to Formerly a part of the Ninth Troop Carrier Command, Sergeant Berry's unit is now a part of the V. S. Troop Carriers Forces, headed by Major General Paul h. Williams, and la the major air component of the first Allied airborne nrnty. Before entering the service in October, 1042, Sergeant Herry, a graduate of New (ioshen Academy. Ind., class of HtI, wns employed as mechanic for Winkins Oarage. Clinton. Ind. He is a veteran of l;i months overseas service. U.S.A. day reported the additional destruction of 14 ships and small craft in 0. m m son. Pvt. John It. Smith, is how serving somewhere in Germany. He has served in Africa, Sicily, England, Fran re and Belgium for the past 2S months with the Medical Corps in ' iH'ii pnri t Inn tine; nit. 'lis. ! Desert, each member of 1 he group is permitted lo wear (he Distinguish- the carrier plane sweeps over Luzon !ec. 13, 14, and 1 5, i raising to 41 tho number of enemy vessels sunk in thrt three day attack. The bulletin revised downward from Oil to til the number of vessels damaged. United States combat losses were placed at 27 planes. Ilevised information, Nimitz said, showed nine cargo vessels were sunk with one OaU Leaf) (1 Unit. HadM l&tli A A F IN ITALY Cpl. Terkosky, lit, son of .Mr. and (Muster. Cpl. Terluisliy, a gradual of Proposed Chances In Election Code Are Drawn Up ( Continue! From Pmr Clinton high school, entered the army in July, HM:t, and received his gunners wings at Laredo, Texas, May 21, 1M4. U.S.A. S 2e Louis A. Gamhaianl of the U. S. Soahees spent a 12 .day; lave with his wife aud parents, Mrs. .Victoria fJambaiani and Mr, and Mrs. John (iainbaiani of route two, Clinton., He has returned to the V. S. Beware Coughs ... from common colds , That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because It goes right to the sent of the. trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlefim, and aid nature to soothe end heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial iniirrtiiK membra lies. TpII vniir firnpirisr. spthpn and jirovision for ill sfins: rotbig fa '(Heir homes instead ol 10, as announced yesterday. Additional shipping wiped out waa listed as one large oiler, one mine layer, seven small craft, and five, small vessels. In -place of 10 cargo nnd 25 small ships damaged, the newest report raid carrier 'plain damaged nine cargo fthips and 17 small cargo car-rleis'. 1 Dajnatfe to one large transport, one medium oiler, one small oiler, and one coastal defense vessel was reported for the first time. The : proposed state election hoard would have vested in it all the election duties now carried out by the Naval Hospital n't Tftunbridge. Md in sell vnii n hnltle nf Prpnmiilsinn with I 4 '. J. he has .been., hi nut his I'Kuyi the understanding you must like thu i-wJmre Main CLINTON Phone bU'i-W Headquarters for Keepsake Diamonds -215 S I rnui the Sout hweet Jf''Il ie Tlieiitaj way it quickly allays the rnuglj or -u pre to have vour money back. $ CREOMULSION For Coughs, Chesf Colds, Bronchitis UK. 4 secretary of state. Including filintr 'of candidates, nnrt the present state board of election commissioners would he abolished. The suggested state board would not include the governor-as a member as dooa the present state board of election commissioners. , Instead the governor would appoint the board, with each of the two major parties nominating a member and the third to he representative of the public. t on ii ty OMiuniKsioii llonnl s Kaeli county also would have a hoard of election commissioners composed of three members, appoint of War. . .. - r.s.A.-- . Mrs. Paul Hall of Ulanford received word today from her brother, rfe. Li-Kter F. Wilson of India, that lie has been released from the Army Hospital and has been given a 15-day furlough. Pfc. Wilson slated he was going to see his nephew, Hgt. Chester Hall, who is also stationed in India, only an eight hour trip from his base. They haven't seen each other since l'fc. Wilson enlisted In August, 1!M0. U.S.A. Mrs. Ardea Wallace of S3S Vine ed by the judge of the circuit court. TO OUR CUSTOMERS !uc to (lie fact that n aic ti 1 1-nlile to pi'fM'im turkeys at a juice that will cnahle us to meet O.IV. rfKiilatiniis, we regret that, for tho first lime since we huvt heen in litisiuess, H will he iuiposMhlc for us to fill our Christiiins turkey cii'flers. Hiiice we do not have a record of all customer's addresses, ue am taking this iiu'ans of notifying you. While we cannot supply turkeys, we will hae n liberal supply of all other poultry. Telephone 77. REEDEICS POULTRY HOUSE Nominations for two of the mem COMB AND MILITARY ,BRUSII SET I bers would be made by the county chairmen of the two major parties. Various duties now held by county clerks, auditors and county eonrnip- TOYS TOYS! 3 5298) If " Conn.!, of pi WASJ tlniltc, brtuh . . . sioners governing the election would We Are Still Featuring Hundreds Of Nice Gifts -r- For All Members Of The Ss Family. Shop Here. be taken away and given to the "ijo tomb. county election commission. DoISs Teddy Bears Pandas Dogs Cats WW The new code proposes that the mm members of the state election boardJ mm. shall he paid for their services: $3,-;no to the executive secretary, who is the public representative and $2,-4tK) per ypar to the two partisanjj members. She salary range tyr innm-! f w s Tanks" Trucks w Jeei: ners ot inn county election commis sion was suggested at from $500 to $:i.li00 per year, depending on the Racking Horses For Small Children "TO ALUMEMBERS1S2 OF ONE-HALF CENTURY CLUB Our Christmas Program will begin at 8:15 p. m. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21st, 1944. Get your tickets stubs returned not later than 7 P. M. on the 21st. COMMITTEE. pupil la t ion of the county. Upline I 'rev i net Meuihei-H Members of the codification com mission opined that installation of a central counting system would reduce the required number of pre cinct board members from seven to PULL AND PUSH TOYS HAMMERING TOYS AIRPLANES AND GUNS four in most precincts although pro visions were included to increase the number in more poiilous ,rs 'JAW You'll -(III liiiil hiiiiilri'ils nl lnvi'lv uilts 1 (In: ttlmlf lamily al lmiliaiisli . 1 i v sIkiihiik Wagons filled with Blocks Hint Iiiti' fur llinsi' "liiM-iniiHili'" iiuitIihm' yoH'X'c li.i't'll il'ryiiiK lilmul. 2gc 49c 98c 1.98 2.9s 10c Just As Fresh As If They'd Come Off The Christmas Tree The precinct board, according to the new code, would include one inspector and one sheriff, each of different parties and two clerks, each of different parties. In Central Counting I Mace The votes, in the case of Australian ballots, or the vote count, in the case of machine voting, would be brought to the central county counting '.place. The code proposes that counting of the vote not begin until S a. m. t lie day following the election. . Permanent .registration of voters would be accomplished by removing mm) Christmas Cards We Still Have A Large Assortment Of 5c Christmas Cards We Are SI ill Featuring A Large Line Of LAMP SHADES $1.00 $1.19 $1.59 See This Nice Line! SIZES I P TO 18 INCHES FRAMED PICTURES OF Fruit, Flowers and Bible Characters Jhe present provision that names of ! u r - it P--A When You Have Them Cleaned At fiW- Si CTnsteads ml;' .JWLr t- njt"'u'Ltt i"E-iyE''inJ i j rjir qr fyyj-i u" -eligfhle voters who fail to nse their privilege be eliminated. Thus only death or removal from the precinct oiilU ebiiuge a voter's registration once, it. had been made. BOOKS i &m A BEAUTIFUL LINE PRICED FROM 19c TO S3.98 VISIT Ol' It GLASS COUNTER NOVELTIES BAKE WARE Major Haltle Of Kurope IVear In 1st Arnjy Front HELL0 FOLKS v.-ll I'd Like For You CROCKERY PITCHERS COVEKEU K'K Ulnr. BEAN POTS See This Selection CHILDREN'S AND ADULTS From 10cto49c sfS- VIK TT7 iU To Know Thai 4 4 10c TO $3.98 ll j4 ' MfinMiiura r nim rnu. if ; s. H00SIER PETE fWT 2-" S5' ) tln-fsil. powerful as II Is.. PjTJ ,Jj J Ill's nut so nisy llimiKli tn (irnnnlzo J 4 'HI ;' li'l'i"iisi' aKaliisI a iKiwi'iful anil ili'- Has Invited Me To Ho TABLE AND CHAIR SETS Jj !!. ! S,"'"1"N "'""Is 1 . ' Vk j r. ' ' I flew over Ihe urea of (me of the Vtt 1 y VS ! (!ei nian columns this nioriiliiB. ami llFi ' rJ !L" iluwn in the lleys amid the Aiden- 1 I I SI i ; nes Hills the fotr lav in thick wliite At His Killing Station At Fourth and Vine Sts. On & ' CHICKEN-FRYERS JARS A NICE LINE FOR GIFTS MIRRORS SMOKE STANDS MAGAZINE RACKS 49c to $4.9S LADIES BIB APRONS UP TO LARGE SIZES 79c PICTURE FRAMES AND LEATHER FOLDERS All sizes 19c to 1.98 Koi- Children tlf Vt rihlions. It was Iniposible to see any of ir M-fy s ' ti'ine for Ion?. 1 suppose most long m . the Ceriuan adxance has been a SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 '0. ; PULL TOYS IRON AND IRONING BCARDS ' Koi Litllf CiirN a.m. to 10 d: m. 10 those roads. Hut everywhere alonar the front there is heay fiphtin. The tier-mans ar.' not advancing as swiftly as they have been. The Germans have been slowed hy the reinforcements and road-blocks, and our generally stil'tened resistance. to m : I 34 si a rai a a" TOYS FROM 10c to S2.98 To those who have lay-aways will you please get them from our store as soon as possible. We still have hundreds of family lay-aways, and it will be an almost impossible job to sort them all out on the last day. LONDON. Knsland. A lieuter s correspondent with the S. First Army reported at I a:, '10 a. in. KWT today that Lieut, t'.eli. Courtney H. Hodges' men, while ovi'rruu in many lil:,e..s 1,1' the enmv not in To See All Of His Customers. He Told Me To Invite New Customers. If You Are A New Customer Tell Me When You Drive In. He Has PURE PENNSYLVANIA OIL A Change for S1.25; Other Recommended Oils, and Oil Changes, As Low As 50c; ETHYL. REGULAR AND STOVE GAS; KEROSENE, 10c Gal. You Can Sleep Better If 'ou Have A Sufficient Supply Of His Anti-Freeze In Y'our Car. Goodby Til" I See Y'ou At HOOSiER PETE'S GAS STATION 41 i treat. MAKE THIS YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE "The Kirst Army is not in retreat," he cabled. "Perhaps it is as well to repeat that the Firs! Army at this moment is not. and l:;ts not been, ill retreat.'' . SC TO $1.00 STORE ' it .in i:nv. nixcKMisKn Xt IM 4IH S?. J&fei Us?Jh s.fei s.Sti l.istria.S&i U&'. ii-i&i i.Sti ST Ti-. iX l-Vfci 1? s.ti Is-Vti lis? S3S?a sSai iss?; Iis7.ii Ttaron Iur Scrap Into tbt rigbtl

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