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Saturday, January 6, 1945. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six was graduated recently from the Naval .Air Technical Training cen Highlights ofF.D.R. Momentous Message On State of the Union (Continued from page 1) PAID NOTICES ter located at Norman, Okla. While t at the Norman school he studied the; aviation specialty field for which j his recruit training aptitude tests showed he was best suited, and Is now eligible to earn a petty officer rate. The newly graduated man is now awaiting further duty orders either to sea or to a Naval base. U.S.A.- - Private Raymond E. Wilson, husband of Mrs. Delorls Wilson, is now stationed at Fort Knox, K.v. His address is: Pvt. Raymond E. Wilson, B-6 ARTC, Fort Knox, Ky. Mrs. Wilson was the former Miss Delorls Bonebrake. , U.S.A. Private First Class Robert W. Carltheis. sou of attorney, and Mrfli John W. Carltheis of Newport, re-j turned lo Ft. BriiRg. N. (!. Monday after spending a 15 day furlough j with his parents. . U.S.A. j Private Mlrl Thomas returned lo . COLUMBIA No. 91 li M. FRIDAY and SATURDAY JAN. 5 and G .VIinfsMfon fk and 2N THE DEVIL'S TRAIL Bill Elliot, Tex Ritter, Eilleen O'Hearn : "ANCiEL PUSS" Mcrrie Melody "MFTY.TO BE TIIRIFTY" Little Lulu Comedy "THE BODY GUARD" MGM Cartoon SUNDAY and MONDAY JAN. 7 and 8 AriiiifMsfon Oc and UV AND THE ANGELS SING Dorothy Lamour Fred MacMurray "DI CK SOUP TO NUTS" Merrie Melody RKO NEWS TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JAN. 9 and 10 Admission l) anil Utk lull Itl.F FFATI'ltK , KANSAS CITY KITTY Joan Davis, Jane Frazee, Bob Crosby THE BLACK PARACHUTE John Carradine, Larry Parks, Osa Massen . Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices smio hv inurtlon: Be for ueh reading line (on column line, like ene of these). Neit two day Insertion: tie m fa charge (you get three day at double the coat of the drat day). Next three day Inaertion: the aame It charge (you get a whole ek five dayi) at three timea the oat of one Inaertion). Each group of three daya thereafter. Ic a line. Blackface (Uke this) 10c per line. All elaaalfled ada Including mem-orlama and notlcea of all klnda mual be patd In advance except tboie by regular euatomera whose accounte are paid monthly or those from or ganliatlona whose bills muat be allowed before being paid. In the tatter eaee the person asking the publication of the notice will be held reaponalble for lta payment FOB SALS BABY BASSINET. LIKE NEW. 5. Man's Topcoat, size 30. $5. Four burner autogas stove with bulll In oven In good condition. $10. In quire at 14011 South Fifth Slreet. t&lx FOUR ACKBS OF GROUND, NEAR Klondyke, house, barn and out building, all with new roors. ai . dona Kklnder, 3448 H., Emerald -Av.. Chicago. III. t52x 1943 CHEVROLET PICK -OP truck, good llres. cattle racks. 831 South Fifth street. t51x ONE LARGE HEATING STOVE. Call at 458 N. 9th St. Anna Cos- ... t53x I'nlU ROOM IIOr.SE, GOOD well. Inquire 0:i! South Third Street. t60x aiK'S TOP COAT. GOOD CONDI ilnn Rise 38. 203 South Ninth Street. Cheap. 50x HltlCK, ANY KIND YOU WANT, nintitn A 11 to U'rerklne Parts Co. Ernie's. Phone 8. Clinton. VMf FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f FOR BRAZIL BLOCK OR LOCA L coal hauling phone 343-J. tSS FIFTH VEIN COAL. CALL 592-J. t7x YOUNG VEAL CALF. JOHN VAR-da, Klondyke, Ind. R. R. 3. t49x BICYCLE. 1408 SOUTH EIGHTH Street. 49x BUSINESS SERVICES FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car. Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Secapplog neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobiles Button, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. J2tf DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED larva nr mall. DromDt aOTVlCe Call Crawford 21 or Crawford CHIOS Tyrre Haute or Dana 14Zt We pay all phone charges). Joha Wachtel Co.. Terre Haute. u DEAD ANIMAL REMOVED FKIXE sf charge by Dwtgglns and Sou, laanal dealer. (Jail a soon a tbey die ad reverse charge. Dana Feed Service, lu, l-Done an. text GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-ellon Service. Commercial and " Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Mon-. texuma. 8-1-4 u FOB." YOUR HEALTH S SAKE. EAT mnre fresh fruit. Our oranges are . better because they're freBher. Mc- - Crackeu'a Market. - tier RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Cas Market. 11-2-44 TRUCK DRIVERS WOOD COAL AT all times. So waiting. Paved road. S Mile west of Clinton, Haael ltluff. 8 O Coal Co. titttl WAGLE'S GARAGE NOW IS OPEN for business. 108 Elm Street. 168 BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floorB. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 400 South Fourth Street. Phone 464. t5f SALESMEN WANTED SALESMAN WANTED BY WELL known oil company. Muu over thirty preferred. Experience nut necessary. Immediate steady income for man with car. Write P. T. Weliater, 671 Standard Building, Cleveland 13, Ohio. t4 9x MALE HELP WANTED BOV8 TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn. Cltntonian. Butler. Penn.. Thursday after Bpend-Ing a five day IMV"'wWlf 'SWiajfrJ, Mr. Mill Thomas and son, Charles. 3 U.S.A. Private William Underwood of fnniii Aiteihiirv. Ind.. spent a 48 hour pas swlth his parents. Albert Underwood and brother. Freddie, and grandmother. Leaning Cross The national flag of war-stricken Hungary carries a shield surmounted by "the Crown of the Leaning Cross." Often in its 900-year history the original of this emblem f the Hungarian kingdom ha been hid-, den from invaders. On one of its adventures the cross on top of the crown u'-cr.t. Hungarian unity and tourist 'curiosity have been heightened through the centuries by this oddity of iate. .'ill. . ' Wood Cut ' About ll ,400,000,000 cubic feet for all purposes '(lumber, pulpwood, plywood, fuel, railroad tics, etc.) is the annual cut of -wood. THEATRE Clinton, Ind, 9c Sun., Mon., Tues. 40c Color Cartoon "THE BEACH NUT" LATEST NEWS St ..rtllW". Starring ' Soul of the Monster" 'Tow Boy From Lonesome River News of Note In Fairview Navy Man Spends Holiday Leave Here; Community Club Has Meeting Here Mrs. Gladys Dunn and daughter Betty spent Sunday and Monday with relatives In Indianapolis. Roy McCrea returned to Detroit after spending two weeks ith his brothers, Arthur and Harry 'McCrea. Miss Bessie Turner and Miss Ma rie Louden of Indianapolis spent the weekend with Miss Loudens parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louden. A. M. M. H. 2c Ernest P. Donna returned to Pensacola, Fla. after spending a four day Christmas leave with his mother,, Mrs. May Donna and brother, Franklin. Petty Officer Donna has completed a four months course in hydraulics and props at the Navy Air Tech Training school in South Chicago, III. He also has a certificate for a rating as A. M. M. H. 1c when he returned to Pensa cola for duty as plane captain. Miss Catherine Abernathy spent the past week with relatives In Indianapolis. Mrs. Gladys Dunn and daughter Betty spent Thursday in Terre Haute. 1 Nell Dunn, Jr. of Indianapolis spent Saturday night with his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Dunn. Sr. Theodore Newport of Indianapolis itpeh'r 'SaiutdayV.Wglit witli" friends . ri:'Sa,rgarei7nrown Is 'ipendlng several days wllj relatives In Hillsdale. 1 Mrs. Esther Crane returned to Mq-non 'after spending the holidays here with relatives and friends.,, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Carty of Terre Haute,' Mr. and Mrs. Earl youmanB and daughter Carol of Clinton and Mr and Mrs. nalph Whllworth were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes. Mrs. George Cllne and eon Ceorge, Jr. spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cline and daughter Char-lene of Clinton. Emile Pmlhlere has been confined to his home with Illness. Jack Whlppo of Lyford spent Tuesday with his daughter, Mrs. George Cline. Harold Gosnell is confined to his home with illness-Clarence Emery of Charlestown spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and ramily. Mrs. Mary Emery and sons Billy and Bobby of Charlestown are spending several days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and sister and brothers. , Mr. and Mr. Frank Lewis visited recently with her sister. Mrs. Josle Howard and family in Tennessee Valley. Fairview Park Community Club met at the Town ball Friday evening. After the business session bunco was played and prizes were a-warded to Mrs. Sophia Davis hlgb. Mrs. Mary Houston second . blgb. Dom Giovanlni low and Mrs. Ruby Wisneskl travel. Woman's Social Club will meet at the borne of Mrs. Lydia Johnson. Mrs. Mary Houston will be hostess on Wednesday Jan. 10, for an all day meeting. A. M. M. H. 2c Ernest Donna and Mrs. May Donna and son Franklin spent Christmas day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson and sister Madge and brother, Pfc. Hebert E. Peterson, who recently received an honorable discharge from the army after three years overseas. A delicious turkey dinner was served. Fairview Park euchre club held their regular meeting night on Wednesday evening. After business session euchre was played and prizes were awarded to Miss Madge Peterson, lones; Mrs. Nellie Barnes, high, and Dom Ciovanihi low. The high monthly prises were to Mrs. Nellie Barnes. ' 'Miraculously' Light Losses in First Army Smash at Belgian Bulge Continued from page It Twe battalious Jumped off from the ridge road curviug behind litis bov seat at 1:30 p.m. Later our troops cleaned out Ordrimont and pushed on to take the heights southward but other units were running into stiff resistance from one of Hitler's newest and toughest youth division. These Nalis were well equipped with weapons and ready to die with their Fuehrer. I Artillery Fire Battalion Commander Major Alton Long of Des Moines, Iowa, radioed for artillery fire ou the south end of the town. He added: "Don't worry, we are doing fine. We'll get this dot on the map and hill to the rear quickly now but lay on that artillery good." '.',, Maj. Long's battalion was running into more of the same division which blundered into American positions yesterday north of Abrefontaine on orders to proceed north through the woods to the Fosse crossroads. The Germans were chewed to bits by that engagement. OiMile t'p TroofHi "I never saw anything like it." a regimental executive officer said. "They wandered right into good troop and we gobbled them right up. We killed 150 and took 25tt prisoners." Throa ,15Y into Is f1t t PUBLIC NOTICE AN.l'AI REPORT OF THE CI.ERK-TREASl'RER OF THE CITY OF CLINTON, INDIANA. The Clerk-Treasurer's report of Receipts and Disbursements of the City of Clinton, Indiana, from January 1st 1944 to and Including December 31st 1944. is as follows: Balance January 1. 1944 $23,195.92 Receipts 43,409.02 $66, 1504.94 DISBURSEMENTS: Mayor's Office .$1,200.00 Clerk-Treasurer 1.374.00 Dep't of Law 732.50 Dep't of Health and Charities 233.52 COMMON COUNCIL:, Services Personal $17,189.34 Services Contractual 10,004.75 Supplies 1,473.99 Material 45.41 Current Charges 2,734.76 Current Obligations Debt payments Loan to Clinton Water utility . 631.25 2,000.00 38,519.62 1,000.00 Balance January 1st, 1945 ' $28,085.42 CEMETERIES: Balance January 1st, 1944 $ 2,172.74 Receipts tt.344.26 ' ..' ......;.. CWT-PP Disbursements ; f.Wp.pC .. v !.;, !!1 "l r 1 i .'I' Balance January 1st, 1945 $ 3,28,0.44 STtlEET: Balance January 1st, .-! " 1944 $ 4.531.01 Receipts 14.906.17 19,437.18 Disbursements 13,412.83 Balance January 1st, 1945 $ ,024.36 PAnK: Balance January 1st, 1944 $ 939.22 Receipts 831.55 1.770.77 Disbursements 799.92. Balance January 1st, 1945 970,8! LIBRARY: Balance January 1st, 1944 $ 3.046.90 Receipts - 4,698.72 7.745.62 Disbursements $ 4,697.34 Balance January 1st, 1945 $ 3,048.28 METER: Balance January 1st, 1944 $ 2.562..r.n Receipts 1,308.00 Disbursements ! Balance January 1st. 625.06 1945 .$ 3.245.60 CLINTON WATER UTILITY: Balance January 1st, 1944 $ 1.963.89 Receipts 24.605.87 26.569.76 Disbursements 26.492.84 Balance January 1st. 1945 . $ 1,076.92 ! SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND: i Balance January 1st. j 1944 $ 2,51.7 Receipts Disbursements :;.477.4 9 Balance January 1st, 194 5 $ 186.61 SEWERAGE "RESERVE" FUND Receipts $ 4.671.13 Disbursements 4.06944 Balance January 1st, 1945 $ 691.99 SEWERAGE B. I. It. FUND: Receipts $ 4.171.26 Disbursements 3.34 5.36 Balance January 1st. 1945 $ 826.90 I. William M. Gllmour. the duly elected, qualified, and acting Clerk-Treasurer of the City of Clinton. Indiana, hereby affirm that the foregoing annual report of balances, re- ! ceipts. and disbursements, as repre-! seined by the books of the City is. 1 to the best of my kuowledge and be-i lief, a true and complete statement ! of the financial condition of the City as of December 2181. 1944. WILLIAM M. GILMOl'R. City Clerk- Treasurer. testa and Boat Resin is a thick, usually amber colored liquid, which exudes from many trees and plants, particularly following an injury. It is composed of acids which form after oxidation of terpenea- The resin fxcra these trees is distilled to obtain turpentine and rosin. Rosin is a solid, amber colored, brittle substance. It is used in manufacturing paper, soap, paint and varnish, and a long list of othar products. Fertilise Pasture In 1829, less than 200,000 tons of fertilizer were used on about 2,000.-000 acres of pasture and hayland, but in UM2 nearly 1,300,000 tons war used oo about U.oou.OOU acrat. THURSDAY JAN. 11 t4 Admission 9c- and iHH- HOUSE ACROSS THE BAY George Raft, Joan Bennett, Walter Pidgeon "LOVE YOUR LANDLORD" Edgar Kenned jTCoihedy "MY TOMATO" MGM Short Induction of nurses into the armed forces. "I recommend that the congress adopt a national service act . . . ininrnntinnal cooneratton on luhih anritirfne- neace must he bas ed is not a one way slroet. ". . . . We shall not heslstate to use our influence and to use n aow to secure so far as Is humanly possible the fulfillment of the principles of the Atlantic Charter. "We must be on our guard not to exploit and exaggerate the differences between us and our Allies . . . I should, not be frank If I did not admit concern about many situ ations the Creek and Polish for example. "We support the greatest possible freedom of trade and commerce. ' wp ni-e now about In cnulp lorire nfvi French forces with the most modern weapons for combat duty. , ". . . we must have universal military training after the war. ; i-l 946 en see -the filial 'ending (if the .Nasi-Fasclst 'retgn of tlsrror In Europe.,.': ;,; ' '" I M ' ' ' . "' " " "Most importantiof all 1915 ean and-must- see the substantial beginning, of the organisation of world peace." . j, - . i .,..f ; ' ' ' " Steady Allied Drwes Whittle At Nazi Salient Gen. Els?nliow?r'B spokeBinfD said that iwo "other rruitliB" enemy attacks west of liastoene were followed up liy the Allies who matW small, hut important V' a I ns. Tho Germarm e.!so attuclif d und-. cover of a emoke ucreon near Ilon-nerue, only to he turned hack hy fire from artillery batteries -and tanks. Southeast of Uan-one. where the Germans heTd a slight bulge Into the American line, the doughboys dented the salient. Other units cleared the village of I.utrebois of enemy forces. Slow, Kteidy Advance Batttefront dispatches and official Information at On. Dwlght D. Elsenhower's headquarters confirmed steady advances at a painfully alow pare on both northern and southern sides of the bulge. British armor was reported to be pushing back the extreme western tip of the salient, while In the Saar area to the south, German forces that plunged 15 miles into French territory after crossing the Rhine on barges apparently were being held, the impetus of their sudden attack halted. Heavy AroVnm Fighting; Heavy fighting rased throughout the Ardennes, with Allied gains of up to l.fH'U yards reported in the north. NEWS OF CLINTON MEN IN SERVICE yih'.iO -;'' f 1 (Continued trou t- 1) and Vie. Tinimeruuin. They are elut-ioiuMi near a little Knclfsli village and are "enjoying, some real nice ojity:watlir.'' . DBA ". Pvt. Tlis tTedt-Aener, route two. Is spending a 21 day furlough with hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Ab-ner. -after 3 month of' ovrseas duty. Pvt. Abner has been in the South Pacific area and has seen action in four major batles. Mr. and Mrs. Abner have thref other sons serving in the armed for- joes. Tbey are Pfc. Joe. in England. T5 Arnold with Patton s Third Ar-Imy in Prance and Cpl. Elmer, soin-! where in the Pacific. L'.fi.A. i Randy D. Crowder. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Crowdr or Itoscilale. 'route one, has recently been prom-joted to fireman first class in the t'. S. Navy. F 1c Crowder Is no somewhere In the Atlantic. U.S.A. NEWS OF NEWPORT MEN IN SERVICE Paul L. Pearman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hersey Pnarman, was given his silver gunner's wings and promoted to the grade of corporal when he completed the flexible gunnery course for radio men at the Yuma Air Field on Dec. 17. Prior to hi training In flexible gunnery. Corporal Pearman graduated from the radio operator's and mechanic's school, Sioux Falls, S D. He Is formerly from Clinton and is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilson with whom he spent part of his furlough following Hie completion of bis course. r.8.. Thomas Burl Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas of Hillsdale, NOTICE! wnn-ien of the Moose. Dues must he noiH hv innnarv 15. They can be paid at the cluh rooms on the eve ning of January 9. mix A Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & h. M. called meeting. Tuesday, Jaminry 9, t p. m. inuumo vumm- ly, V. M.i Charles Brown, secy, tal NOTICE! Sal of year around felt hats, GOc, $1.0(1 and $2.00 Saturday, January 6. La Grace Hat Shop. t49x Pl lll, IC NOTICE Euchre. Tuesday night, 7:30. Eagles' Hall. 120 8. Main. t51 WANTED TO KENT SMALL. MODERN, FURNISHED apartment. Call Kathleen Cobble at 65, between 8 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. t52x HELP WANTED MAN Oil WOMAN TO WORK AT our canning plant, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Happyland Food Company. Mulberry Street. t50 CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER boys for route open on seventn, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 32. Cllntoniun Office. LOST LADY'S YELLOW COLD illlLOVA wristwatch, on pla,nt bus. or on Main Street between Elm and Mulberry. .Very liberal reward Call 5 or 240-J. C D.- Wright Joan Kelley, 527 Blaekman Street. , - - t51x FEMALE HELP WANTED OPENING FOR SALESLADY. Experience preferred. Louise, Inc. t45f FOB RENT ONE OR TWO LIGHT HOUSE-keeplng rooms. 239 Vine Street. tO"x MODERN TWO ROOM APART-ment. 238 Walnut Street. t50x MODERN ROOM. CLOSE IN. 231 Walnut Street. Phone 61R. t49x In Memoriam In loving remembrance of Thel-ma Shepherd Beard, who passed away one year ago today Jan. 7. Dear Thelma in silence you suffered ; And in patience you bore. Till God called you home. To suffer no more. It was bitter pain, a shock severe : To part with one we loved so dear. . We th ink of you in silence Your name we off recall; You was one so true and faithful Was dearly loved by all: We could take our sorrows all to you; To ease our troubled brow. You always chased the clouds a-way. We could not forget you now. Gone is that light that shown so fair. You're gone from this earth of trouble and care. Resting those hands that did their best, You dear one have gone to rest. A voice we loved is stilled A place so vacant in our home That never can be filled. ' Thelma you'll never be forgotten. Never from our memory fade. And our hearts will always linger, Around that precious silent grave. As Gods healjug balm doth render. As day.s, months and year go by. May we see Gods' plan more -clearly; - - And cease to ask- God why? Sadly tulBsed by: Mother, sister and brother. Mrs. Lula Shepherd, Helen and William Shepherd. In Memoriam In loving memory of a dear friend. Thelma M. Bears, who died Jun. 7, 1944. Like Jesus, her smile brought calm and ease. Not the Scribes and Pharisus Fond bones and precious memories bring ber near. It's been a year, now since she died. Many bitter tears I've cried. I'm trueting Jesus now to guide My footsteps here. With tears escaping from my eyes I'll count the years as they go by As Htepping stones uuto the skies To meet her there. Sadiey missed by Mrs. (lule Ewlng. Dasaipett Adi SeD Most Anythkn Phone 62 INDIANA THEPCWRES liny More Itonrt! UOSe 'MIRACLE' MEN ARE IN AGAIN.. withSan EVEN FUNNIER HIT THAN 'MWlACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK'! I 1 J i- a-1 ft LJk. L er 'EDDIE BRACKEN 1 with Ella Raines .William Demaiet Barons rkfci '" I Boat enit SOI towanla I I -. a iw b. raESTOH aruitorj NOT A SLOGAN . . . BUT A POLICY I "THE FRIENDLY FIRM." Personal Loans to $300. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY Filial Tonight Double Feature 226 Blacluuan St. - ; ,. ' - CLINTON. tea-Wjtifil";

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