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THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Thursday, December 28, 1944. Page Six Artillery Lobs Rochefort Post; Save Bastogne FOB RENT Repulse Jap Blow At Mindoro; Five Enemy Ships Hit' (Continued from page 1) so said tii at Jap naval units bombarded "the enemy air field and munitions dump and left the imar by-area fn a veritable sea of fire." The Japs admitted that one of their destroyers was "heavily damaged" in Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices New Kulion Values Set Up by OPA Are Told By Board Details of the new ration values as set under the OPA Christmas Day order were announced today by the Vermillion County War Price and Rationing Board. Provisions of the new order were outlined as follows: New meat rationing point values will become effective Jan. 1. Butler is now 24 points instead of 20, effective Dec. 26, 1944. The only polntn which can be ac FOUR ROOM APARTMENT, MOD Brownrigg said. "It's not his job to sit in IA9, hoileiWQom, , -, West Europe )inuian!er : i.,,. "So It is with a commander in the field. For that reason it Is absolutely necessary ... for an executive commander to be appointed over all land forces in western Europe . . . leaving Gen. Eisenhower free for Ills multifarious other duties. "No one has any doubt whatever that Elsenhower is the Ideal man aB supreme commander, but no one can carry the load he has Imposed upon himself. rlioose Beat Subordinate "In Tunisia he did not take control of the land1 battle but handed that over to Field Marshal Sir Harold Alexander , . , let that be done ern R 3 Briar Hill. Also 160 acre (Continued trom page 1) farm, at bottom of Geneva Hill Ftrat day Insertion: 80 for eaeh reading line (on column Una, Ilk See Jolm Seidel, R 3. MDx spearheads reeling under a terrific south China, Sea lo the westward mid against tho M an Uttrm north. f Meanwhile on Ley to Inland lo the eastward, mopping up operations proceeded with 8 27 enemy troops killed during the day. Enemy planes raided the Taclohan area, causing only minor damage, the communique said. . The communique also reported another heavy aerial smash at Manila's Clark Kield. Fighter planes escorting heavy bombers blasted thirteen of twenty Jap interceptors out of the skies while the bombers planted their loads of high explosives on dispersal areas, ramdng large fires. Orie Ani"!'!''Hn pinna was lost. Tho communique reported that ah additional lift enemy planes not previously lifted were destroyed or damaged In the PhriKimas Day raid on Clark Field, bringing to 124 the number of Jap aircraft smashed In attacks in this area in three days.. Allfed artillery barrage and the Ame 260 ACHK STOCK AND GRAIN farm. Phone Rosedale 82-11. Annie M. Newton. t44x SIX ROOM MODERN HOIIRR. H. H. Wlseliart, 98 or 330. 146 d of these). Next two dan Insertion: the same le charge (you get three days at double the coat of the first day). next Uroo iija insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole Seek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackfaca (like this) 10c per line. cepted by the retail trade are lhone which were made valid Dec. 1. These ricans smashing forward against I lie southern flank across a 35-mlle front, headquarters reported American gains both three miles west and south of Celies and announced heavy fighting between that town and Hochefort. A large enemy force now is surrounded at Rochefort. , The Germans, headquarters said, have thus far failed to never the re are XYZ 6 AD 2 In blue stamps and the attack.) I This was the flint major alt.'u-kj by enemy forces affainsi American : positions on Mindoro since Sixth Army infantrymen Htorni'ul aslion fn I a stirpriHe landing on December 15 and won airfieldrt and bases which I give them a launching point fnrj raids against enemy shipping in the' again. Let Eisenhower choose his HELP WANTED QRS 6 in red stamps. All oilier ( best subordinate to conduct (Me land stamps have been cancelled. battle under his supreme direction The only sugar which can be used or let nm nllve Alexander as his CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 32. Clintoninn Office. is No. 34. All others have been can- deputy . . . one .cannot expect the celled Including, the canning Bugar greatest military skill unless organ- All classified sds Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be oald In advance except those by coupons. ' lzation of the supreme command is Retail and wholesale deposit right." PAID NOTICES regular customers whose accounts re paid monthly or those from or- stamps as usual. , aa Vegetables changed by the pres mnlzatlons whose bills must be al lowed before being paid. In the ent point system are: asparagus,. Armv Sf1711tf I It from 0-7 ounces, 7-10 ounces, 10-14"; ' latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held ounces, 14 ounces- one pound, and. WflPCl I POllCI'lV 111 one pound two ounces to one pound . I ' 0c WED. & THUR. 35c Color Cartoon "My Boy Johnny" Bargain Matinee Thur. &25c 2:00-2:30 P.M. NOTICE! Special Meeting of Loral 2274 All labor lein holders of the Vermillion County Coal Co. are requested to attend a meeting Dec. 30, 8:00 p. m. at the Ninth Street K of P Hall, to discuss and vote on settlement of elaims. Jim Thomas, Pres. t43x responsible for its payment. lief corridor from the south by which an encircled American garrison at Bastogne finally was reinforced and restored to battle. (Editor's note: A Blue Network broadcast reporled thai American troops have captured a town 15 miles due north of relieved Baslogne, Indicating that the German Balient has been narrowed to that distance In the Bastogne area.) 842 Relief .Missions Headquarters released a few additional details of the Bastogne operation, disclosing that Ninth Troon Carrier Command C-47's flew 842 separate missions in a four-day period- carrying supplies to the enelr- 7 Cities Ordered six ounces, 10 points. From one pound six ounces to two pounds is PCKO' FOB SALE rHPCTURE$ 20 points, two pound to three pounds (Continued from page II is 30 points, number 10 cans. 6 ' GENUINE PYREX OVENWARE I'liy Moi' HoiuIn! I and flameware in sets and open points, and sizes not listed 10 points. States Army today seized the Mont NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & stock, bright pottery, famous Green and wax beans: from 0-7 ounces, 7-10 ounces, 10-14 ounces, 14 ounces to one pound, one pound gomery Ward & Company's executive offices and Chicago properties. Major General Joseph W. Byron, "MIRACLE'-iVIANlpRESIONTURGES Hallware teapots, Cory coffee-makers, oven glass oval roasters A. M. called meeting, Friday, December 29, 7 p. m. Installation of officers. John Griffiths, W. M., Charles Brown, secretary. t43 two ounces to one pound six ounces Voto Hardware, 233 North Ninth Street. - : t4x ten points, one pound six ounces to , vices Division and representing Sec tled?ApierlcaiK. ' Jf t tj - ; I Tlio" craft flown over4 Ini'Mide'd Tlio" craft flown over IniTiirled two pounds, 20 points, two pounds ' retary of War Stimson, read the 60 Fbbtt ACRES OF GROUND, NEAR three ounces, 30 points, number 10, presidential order to seweu. Avery, Klonilyke, houBe, barn and out 47 I r HALE HELP WANTED A completely different chairman of the, board of directors six points, and an sizes not listed buildings, all with new roofs. Al- who mad K!Mrjjronl:!,iiiiy;.mortlraf ("f.win find signal e'q'ulpme'nt.' i It wasj'ndfikjpwn yihellier any of the C-4t's-iheniseIves landed or merely cut the tow-ropes loose and let the. gliders down with their prc- Creek" and 10 points. ... Corn, Whole and wax, 0-7 ounces, 7-10 ounces, ,10-14 ounces,- and 14 ounceB to one pound, 20 points, one in. the, latter's offices In the main plant of the huge mail order house. When Gen. Byron entered Avery's offices he was accompanied by 11 other officers, the lowest ranking a 1 i Ji "M,rocl.ofMorgon's L V 2''Tk M "Hail The Conque Conquering BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, Bill Blackburn, Cllutonian. PUBLIC NOTICE Hero." dona Sklnder, 3448 H. Emerald I'iAve.,. Chicago, 111. t52x COL. 36732 INKA DINKA DOO, Hot 1'atatta. Jimmy Durante, vocal. 60c plus tax. While's Pliar- i. macy. First Lieutenant., One officer re- flou.s cargoes. The' undertaking represented the marked; . "Wo didn't even bring a pop-gun tills time." Forced From Plant COli. 30727 KSTRKLL1TA, VVH1S-lrlng. Fred I.owry with Horace Heldt. 50c plus tax. White's Phar NOTICE OF FIN A I, SETTLEMENT OK ESTATE Notice Is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Vila E. He was referring to tho Incident pound Iwo ounces to one pound six ounces and one pound six ounces to two pounds, 30 points; two pounds three ounces, 60 points; number 10, 100 points, and all sizes not listed, 20 points. Corn, 0-7 ounceB, 7-10 ounces, 10-14 ounces, 10 points: 14 ounces lo 1 pound, and 1 pound two ounces to 1 pound six ounces 20 points; one pound six ounces to two pounds, 30 points; two points to three pounds. 50 points; number 10,100 poinls, and last April, when the adamant Avery macy. Mofflor, deceased, to appear in the resisted government seizure by the Vermillion Circuit Court, held at Department of Commerce, and two INNER-SPRfNG MATTRESS AND spring. Good condition. 332 South Third Street. t44 Newport, Indiana, on tlio 20th day of Januury, 1946 and show cause, if ! largest' continuous -air supply nilHSion flown .TO' dfte. ! ' t'orridor Mile Wide The Bastogne corridor now is believed to be at least a mile wide. Continued gains were recorded a-long the 3fi-mlle southern front. American forces are now "well up" a-long the line of (he Sure and Clerf Rivers and the village of I.lefrange, four miles north of Arsdorf, was captured. American gains against heavy opposition were recorded at Grand-menil, while the Germans also were pushed back silently In the vicinity of Marche, where 100 prisoners wore any, why the FINAL SETTLEMENT armed milUnry policemen forcii'i ejected the hoard chairman frrli Die plant. Avery was carried from his offices into an elevator and to the street. ACCOUNTS with the estate of said liltICK, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, Phone 8, Clinton. 8flff Paramount Picture If" f A decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship, and receive their distributive shares. where he was deposited on the side """" tf' IDF! MrHRFA .RFTTY FIFln Ft, 7. A. B.C. ELECTRIC WASHER, GOOD condition. P. Noblitt, Montezuma Phone 97-R-3. tio. IT' s WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, tliis 20th day of Decemher, u.iik Urirru fftrnu Win. nAmnrPct 11)44. Franklin Pangborn Porter Hall Jif J I Writt.n and Dir.ct.d by PRESTON SIURGES IidB(i 'A t f I CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of Vermillion Circuit Court. I taken. Allied artillery continues to j pound enemy concentrations fn this 1221-28; 1644. walk by the soldiers. The strike called at the Ciiicago plants went into (effect at .6 a. m. today. , . . . 1,500 HcpoH for Work A company spokesman said that 1,500 of the 6.760 employes affected passed through the picket lines and reported for work. Representatives of the union. Local 20, (lolled Retail, Wholesale and Department Htore Employes .Union (CIO), said the employes who reported for work were "Just bobby- all sizes not listed, 20 points. Peas, 0-7 ounces, 7-10 ounces 10-14 ounces, 10 poinls; 14 ounces to one pound and one pound two ounces to one pound six ounces. 20 points; one pound six ounces to two pounds, 30 points; two poundB to three pounds, 50 points; number 10, 100 points, and all sizes not listed 20 points. Spinach, 0-7 ounces, 7-10 ounces, 10-14 ounces, 14 ounces to one pound, one pound two ounces to one pound six ounces, 10 poinls; one pound six ounces lo two pounds, 20 points, two pounds to three pounds, 30 points; number 10, CO points, and all sizes not listed, 10 points. sector. Bad weather and fog set fn over the front lines, restricting air activity to Tactical Air Forces planes. CLAIMS FILED IV DECEMItKIt FOR JANI'AKY TERM, HMO . FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f BUSINESS SERVICES FOUND A LARGE! STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor ' Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 8th and Bogart Mobllgai Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 82tf DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED. First Run Features Only 9c - 35c Get In tlio Scrap! TONITE GENERAL FUND: Carl R. Dlggs, clerk fees t 60.00 Homer Milcliel, and. off. exp. 165.30 Howard E. Watson, coroners exp. OS. 60 Frank Shelato, comm. exp. 18.00 Ross James, same 7.20 Fountain Straughn, samo 28.20 socks kids who had been hired for the holidays". Extra police squads had been as WWW RAHGE-ROAMIfiG ROMEOS! signed to patrol tho plant aud there OEMETEHV MICMOKMLS MONUMENTS anil MAKKEKS Terre Haute Monument Co. H1.I, V. HI B I-liune Hfl Beprntutlv0 oa S. Seventh, Clinton was no disorder except for an oc Land Deputy Under casional shout of "seab" from pick large or small, prompt service. ' Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Tirre Haute or Dana 142U. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Go., Terre Haute. t!37 Eisenhower Urged In British Press Margaret Helms, attend off. mileage 4 0.00 Indiana Institution hid. C. H. supp. 17.74 Howard Erwin, P. A. rep. 6.80 Gillis Pharmacy, P. A. supp. 50.61 Claude M. Foos, same 171.92 Ohio Oil Co., same 6.80 Cayuga Herald, public prtg. 39.45 Art Kennedy, miners ' exam, board 12.00 ets as workers passed through their lines. ., ., j . After the Army took over the picket lines dispersed, and the pickets returned (fi their jobs. A company spokesman said the plant was "operating normally". No stntement was immediately forthcoming from Avery. He and other high compuny officials, including counsel for Ward's, remained closed in his offices. t Continued from page 1) major problems, the general cannot properly focus the necessary atten tlon upon actual fighting. Demands InveHtigatloai DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Ilwiggiiu and Bona, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone SO. tBxl FIRESTONE RECAPPING SERVICE for cars, trucks and tractors. Prompt dependable tire service of all kinds. Poland's Home and Auto Supply. tf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFKIGEH-, ation Service. Commercial and The London Daily Mall set the With The Oomplinieau Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASn THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for EVA HOUSER 302 N. Main St. Just Come In And Ask For Them! WMcb Tbls Space Everj Day TOUR NAME MAW BE NEXT keynote by demanding an investlga tion and, If warranted, a shake-up Ed. Ruby, same 12.00 Ernest Johnson, same 12.00 GRAVEL ROAD REPAIR: Jess JenkillB $100.00 Clinton Auto Co. 26.43 Ohio Oil Co. 234.21 Massed 2,000-Pl'ane Raids Strike Deep Into German Lines LONDON, England. Nearly 2,000 Domestic. F. L. Bonebruke, Phone ROY and "TRIOGEU" in . ? i MARY LEE f ., J DALE EVANS TV'" ZLfS Cms soy" WIUISMS f . 7TxaE ubi Fuzxy ITNIuHT , 72,J Mi KM A M SMS jf JK (3.-) .n mums tf i ' ig u -Jp Erich Von STRGKEIM ft v$4TiTT S. fe5 ' Vera RALSTON I t - f I 1 1 ' L 1 1 4 Jess Jenkins , 1 3.64 fn the Allied command. "Why was it allowed to happen," the Mall asked. "Was Allied Intelligence at fault. "These matters call for an Inquiry." Writing In the London Evening 1034-4 Clinton or 16G-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-46 White Motor Co. 1.61 Macallister Tractor Co, 71.68 Joe Giacoletto ' 43.40 American warplanes struck from their bases In Britain at German FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT "Emory llonchrake 4.42 Fred Heldbrider T,- r- i 24.90 communication lines behind the enemy salient In Belgium today for more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. iCrackeu's Market. 1 1 (if Neal Gravel Co. ' 75.86 the sixth consecutive day. ,., C. ,E. Dunham 11.10 More than 1,200 Fortress and Lib News, Lieut. Gen. Sir Douglas Brownrigg stated that Nazi Field Marshal Karl Gerd von Rundstedt cannot be heatpn "unless the organization of the supreme command is right." He suggested a subordinate under Eisenhower to command all ground warfare against the Hermans. Heltonville Limestone Co.. 141.70 S. H, Pawley Lbr. Co. ; J 96.61 RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 erator heavy bombers, escorted by 700 fighters, blasted . rail yards, bridges and simitar objectives leading to Field Marshal Karl von Rund- 3 H. Pawley Lbr. Co. 24.36 Lester Draper ,r 340,80 LOANS... S50 SlOO S200 $250 and S300 Great (Skill lo Ilrat Foe stedt's salient.. ' . Gen. Brownrlgg recalled that four Yes, you can obtain a loan based Ferguson Lumber Co. 80.00 DEPT. OF PUBLIC WELFARE The Daily Clintoninn- 9.40 The Dully Cllntonlan 19.25 IRA J. CHURCH, Auditor, Vermillion Counly, Indiana. 122844; 1446. on your earning ability and you Despite bad weather, more than 10 areas were hit heavily: " The American air attack followed an early daylight assault by a strong force of British heavyweight Lancas TIUrCK DRIVERS OOI COAL AT all times. So Halting, l'uved road. S Miles west of Clinton, Hazel Bluff. S O Coal Co. t28x BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. pay interest ONLY tor the time ter and Halifax bombers on the Op- laden railroad shops near Cologne. days before Von Iiundstedt launched his offensive, he visited Field Marshal Sir Bernard L. Montgomery at the lalter's field headquarters and quoted Montgomery as saying that "It will require the greatest military skill to beat Von Rundstedt." Brownrlgg analyzed Montgomery's success us a field commander as due to the fact he refrains from paper work. "The captain stays on the bridge," The Frankfort air raid warning Card of Thanks BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 464. t8Gf STAKTIMi 11 P. M. SATURDAY NIGHT, system at 11 a. m. had broadcast a series of code alerts and the Vienna radio broke Into a musical prog in 111 to warn that an Allied bomber formation was approaching the Tyrol. Another bomber formation was said to be over Carlnlhla and Slyrlu, heading for upper Austria. LOST 1'KARL IIIOADS IN FRONT OF Murphy's Htore. Please return to 640 North Alain Street or call 457-J. 144 you have the loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. It you are steadily employed In a factory, office, store or elsewhere. Come In and talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your Income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per mouth ou unpaid balance (or amounts up to 1160; amounts $160 lo $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, costs ouly 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. 10 Big Song HITS Including 'll The Si-u'' "I itin't ;i oiioiiv" "Dark Ton Kliulli rs Hull" 'On A Siimla.v At'lft ihhiii" Story of World's I unions Playground In The Year's Biggest Musical Comedy COLUMBIA FEMALE HELP WANTED Our recent sad loss leaves us with itrale-t u I hearts toward neighbors and friends. We ulso want to tliiink the Karanovich Funeral Home und t he S. N. P. J. No. 474 Lode members. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and Ihoughtfulness will al-wuys he remembered. Mrs. Anna Slitter uud Families. THURSDAY woman as HorsroKisKi'En. Write !. O. Box 333, Newport or Phone 63. 143 FOR -SALE OB KENT FOUR ROOM HOUSK, UClIITS AND water, located at 1250 Vine Street. Phone 740-J, residence, 319-J. H. A. llusenhark Agency, Itockville, Ind. t42 mm 10 Pay Tax Forums Scheduled In Fort Wayne and Evansville INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Two open lax forums for dlscusslug and clarifying Federal Income Tax problems were scheduled In Indiana this week, the first at 1 p. m. today in the Fort Wayne poBt office and the second at 1 p. m. Saturday In the Federal court in Evunsvllle. Most salaried taxpayers in the lower brackets wfll benefit by the simplified federal filing procedure and a two-month extension of time, according to Will H. Smith, collector of Internal Revenue. He explained that persons earning less than $5,000 have only to list their dependents on the back of the statement of wages and taxes withheld (Form W-2, provided by employers) and send It to the collector by March 15, 1945. Taxes will be computed by the collector who will notify the taxpayer, giving him days additional in. which to pay. j 8 Pay menu. 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