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--" - Tuesday, January 9, 1 !) 15. T n E DAI L V CMNIONIAN rrrrrT' Page Six BATTLE OF BELGIAN "BULGE' .Seventy Billion ! Asked for U. S. ! In Year at War (Continued from page 1) Quaker News Of Interest Farewell Party Honors Kolx-rt Nichols Family; Guests at Walthall Home Mrs. II. It. Youiiians who has employment in the girl s school at Indianapolis was home for the week BUSINESS SERVICES FOUND A LAI) GE "STOCK OP Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanising and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas BUtlon, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf BE&IUM JV OINANf CiNtv-v MO HON,. : It ftANf5Mf Nli ST. V(tMrf jkfl pan ip;A?) Mk 0CMiKitfp: LkZeVl. UmouaiT sa. nv" ' : v-iFgermany y0'" y. ' s a. If ""' y. i t, tMAMONi-rrli ACte ' !; .-.jUa, 1 TZZiiJmc LUX.. - iCHt"'!'' Sedan tt NEAWNG THE SHOWDOWN stage is the battle of the Belgian bulge as Lt. Uen. Courtney H. Hodges' First Army launches an attack from the north to join with the Third Army, whieh Is on the southern side, to put a gigantic squeeze on the en?my talicnt. The Krst Army punch is coming from tile vicinily of Grandmenil. while Gen. Ceuige S. Patton's Third Army forces have smasiieu Into Dome. i'.c 2nd one-half miles northeast of Bastogne. (Inter national) end. Rev. and Mrs. SiuIIIi visiico vir. and Mrs. Robert Nichols H;rliirda flernnrin. .Mr. and Mrs. George Castle and) daughters. Dorothy and Owen of near Ridgeiariu, III. were geests Friday or Mr. and Mrs. Win. A. Walthall. Tlii.lma Vickie Visit, -d with Cllltl- dia Howlelt Sunday. Mrs. Opul Walthall and daughters. Virginia and Mrs, Louise tuy of Newport spent Tuesilav evening with Robert Nichols and wile. Mr. and .Mrs. Francis Woodard of Georgetown. HI- culled al Mr. and .Mrs. F. D. ("coke's Wednesday eve-; nlng. Mr. and .Mrs. li. C. Coolii- were in Paris, ill. Frl'lay. Mr. and M.'s. Win. A. Walthall called one eieiiing recently on Rob- ert Nicliols and wife. Dinner g'H-sts Sunday of Mr. mid Mrs. F. D. Cooke and daUKhler. Alice u-erc flyde fwiki', Harold Cooke ,-aiid fan ii, I'ann' lia A-hmore. War-en Cooke aud children S Dana. j- Several Quaker residents altendeil .-tin fuii4ral i-f John Coonce pi-Id at lumriek. III. Tiiur.-o'r'r f -Mr. a?id .Mrs.- I!. ( Cooke were -'In Paris. HI. Fridar. Mr. and lrs. Robert NieSiols were guists at a surprise farewell party given Kriday n ning by iiu Iriends i-i. ...... I fnc lor tlielr fi"w home l, v,.r . Refreshennits of liatid-aiW cooki" w-rved. pres.'ii"e,i u-ith a bcauii- T. icln-s, j They KCI jlul blanket. ; Graveside Services for llie illflMll j sniiil iiUb&j&&t&&&itmMtii i No. bill M. I .Mr. Iloosi ieli's fiscal advisers declared that the war blldccllng as , proposed in today's dor-uniciil reflec- ted llie fullest prosecution of the ' w:ir against Germany as well as Japan throughout Hie entire 1'llii fiscal tear, and staled that in the i event of an early victory over Ger-f many, llu- war spending figure proh-' ;ably would be re'.lsed downward. I "Csn End in '4" ' The Prc'iilcut. In his annual nies-i ;sape to congress on Hie state of the Minion last Saturday, expressed the -'opinion that the war :-.gainst lierina-: ny "can" end during the IH45 calendar yi'i'i". ) "The uncertainties of war require that the budgets of the military a- i gepcies lie sufficiently large and flexible lo penult them to meet all demands 1 1 1 a I may arise," the I'resi- 'dciit declared. "On th" o'lier hand, we should, of course, also be prepar- 'ed to adjust our war programs ; downward II III" d'-ielopllicnt or the war allows." The I'residelil re' onimelldeil that existing t;'x laws be continued, at least until liciory-over tit ruiany, but pointed out fiat smaller federal Upiiiding during fiscal liM'i will f-idiiee tax revenues from forty-fie billion 7 if n million dollars in 1H45 lo forir-one bfiliuu 30V million dol- lars In the coming fisal period. i IcmklMv rinds Hilli W ar be reiterated bis ttateraeul tlial "lend-lease has ! eu and will b lasLiunieiit of war: it will b li'iul - dated wiili Hie end of the war." Air. Roosevelt, iii allusion to mili-.laiv demobiliz-.tion, d-clared, "iarge- scale deiiiobilwatioii can hardly h- e-.peclid to begin during the ix-rioi' 'covered in this bt;dget. Nevertheless. as wij continue to mobilize tor a long, hard war, we uiut under no circumstances, he caught unprepared for pe:-.-e." F Joense Tacs. Drivers' l icenses On Sale Today New automobile license lags and drivers' licenses went on sale this morning in the license -bureau on Illackiuan Strict John Wes Recder. bead of the local license bureau announced today. Mr. R.-edor urged inotorisis to a-void Hie last-minule -ish. Deadline for use of the oid license tags and drivers' permits will be midnight. Feb. Z. Applications for licenses must Ik accompanied by 144 lax receipts. , Get In tb scrsp! flltli The CosnpHmsu Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office . for IOLLA KISSLEK West Fourth Kt. Just Come la Add Ask For Them! Watch This Space Erery Day XOVU NAME MAT BE NEXT -j I I j I I i I i ; j i : j son of Air. and Airs. Albert Under of near Itossillle. HI. were condhit-id by C.viil R"e at Hi" Hopewell eiery here Wednesday morning. Vermin Walthall or Vermilion (irote. III. called al the home ol bis father. A. .1. Walthall Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols were Wednesday dinner guests of their daughter. Mis- Opal Walthall at Newport and called on Mr. and Airs, (ieorge Robertson In the fillernoon. Several from here utlended Hie funeral or Eielyn Cooke ol near Dana, held Wednesday afternoon -it the Friends church in Newport. Throw Vmir Scrap Into the riant! THEPCTURES liny Morr IJoikK; 9c FINAL TI E, 40c EDDIE BRACKEN ELUEVNES Color Cartoon Xetvs -irnKJJ-liisr n -t-tl Clinton, Ind. - - JA.V and 'UK 11 tU- palace THRILL RIDE! if - Jfm " "3m TI KSI) A V mill WEDNESDAY IAN. and 10 Admiiou ( and ao, lull lil.K l-'KATt'RK KANSAS CITY KITTY Joan Davis, Jane Frazee, IIol) Crosby THE BLACK PARACHUTE John Carratlirte, Larry I'arks, Ova Massen Rates for Classified Ads and Paid notices Pint day Insertion: 8c for each reading Una (on column 11m, Ilk An nf thMal. Njit tvoliTi Insertion: the unit to charge (fou get tUreo dare at double the eoet ol toe firat dor). Jert three days Insertion: thi earn 8 charge (you get a wool ftetk Tire days) at three tlmei the oat of one Insertion). Each group of three daya there-after, 8c a line. Blackface (like thla) 10c per Have. All clautfled adi Including mem erlama and notices of all klnda mue be paid In advance except those b regular customs hoe accounts mtn paid monthly or thoae from organisations whom bllla must be al lowed before being paid. In th latter caae the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Ita payment FOB BALE 4 UOOM UOVM-: WITH I'ANTitV. 2 porches, basement, tocid well, large garage and store room. 42 x 14. I'oulirv house. HuiliiiiiBB well roofed, lieuty of fruit. Bill vein coal .worth more than price of place. In rnlversal. I'rice cash. Address Kdward Keek, owner, 1123 !o. Main, Clinton. tZix JJAIIY HASSINKT. 1.1 KK NKW. 5. Man's Topcoat, size 3'i. 15. Four burner autopras stove with built in oven In Kod condition. 1 10. In-uuire at limi Houth l-iiih Mreet. tSlK n i. mm i; it i; u iikkkkoud shouts ami Manchester Toy l'un pies, Blocks south of Lyford sclioolhouse. I'reil Dennett, llose- dale, Ind. lioute I. tr.tx fSB VA-DE TO PREVENT MOTH damage. 1 SprayiiiK is Buarauteed to prevent nmtli damage fur 5 yars. Ix'wls Hardware and P.""k Store. ' t: 1'Oi It A;ltES OF GROFND, NEAR Kloiwlyke, house, barn and oiit-liuildlue. all with new roofK. Al-dotia Skindir. :!44(s H. Emerald Ave.. Chicago, Hi. 12 4i HI'DSUN KOI II IXJOIt SEDAN. Radio and heater. SO'iO actual miles. Ixwka and runs like new. Model A four door sedan. i''i i)UVsi'ORT-" COAT. SI.E -4 like new. Mrs. inland Reid. 217 N. Lincoln St. Fairview. t r, : x MONARCH KITCHEN H A Mi K, flood condition. 1I North Twelfth Street. ''-' lS4 CHEVROLET PKK-I'I; truck, good tires, cattle racks. Kiil South Fifth Street. i52j ONE LARGE HEATING STOVE. Call al 45S N. ilth St. Anna Costa. t53x UltH K. AM' KIND VOC WANT. 'Hilton Auto W recking Paris Co. Ernie's, Phone 8, fllut.m. HMt FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. ' Ferguson. Phoue liiti-W. j tT-17-44 f FOR BRAZIL BLOCK OR coal hauling phone 24ij-J. LOCAL , tOiJs FIFTH VEIN COAL. CALL 5!t2-J. Hi7x iiTICkT The Clinton Girl Scouts are having a waste fat and tin can salvage drive. They will return your nioney to you for waste fat collided. If you have fats or cans, please call 41 before Friday. Jan. 12. tZ3x PAID NOTICES notio;: , Women of llie Moose. Dues must be paid by January 1!",. They can be paid al the club roouis oil llie evening of January . tOIx KOTH'E KAGIJ-iW! All ineinliers re usked to Uay dues now and keep in good standing. I. E. Foster. Secretary. ta-j Ntyiio:: I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by my wife. Hazel Ream. Duel Beam. I52x Jerusalem I.odge No. aH F. & t.A. M ilb-d meeting. Tuesday. January . 7 p. in. Thomas Conne-Iv. W. M.i Charles Brown, wry. tOl priiLic .vtnii K Euchre. Tuesday night. 7:ii'i. Eagles' Hull. 12ti S Main. 151 LOST LADY'S YELLOW GOLD Bt'LOVA wristwulch un plant bus or on Alain Street between Elm and .Mulberry. .Very liberal reward Call 6 or 24U-J. C. D. Wright Joau Kelley, 02" Blarkuian Street. taix BRILLIANT PIN. CAN UK I'SED AS dress or lapel pin. between Vic-lory Cafe and Police Station. Reward. Phone 1S4-W. 137 North Seventh Street. I'j'i THI KSDAY Jlfti.MOH DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED, large or email, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 142K. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtcl Co., Terrs Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED Fit EE of clutrge by DhIkkIim and Hons, licensed dealers. Call ns as soon aa they die and reverse charges. Ian Feed Service, Dana, I'hooe 60. t5xf GCARANTKED 24-11K. KbrFlGrclT ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebralve, I'lione 1034-4 Clinton or l;5-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR YM'U HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT j more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tlf RECAPPING AND VI I.CANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and antl-freezo. The Cas Market. 11-2-44 WAGLE'S GARAGE NOW IS OPEN for business. 18 Elm .Street. 15 BURDSAL8 PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 822. RENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moling. 40C South Fourth Street. Phone 404. tS5f nELP W ANTED CLINTON IAN - NEWS CARRIER boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 'it. Clititonian Office. WANTED TO KENT SMALL. .MODERN, FIRMHHED apartment. Call Kathleen olilile at 55, between It a. m. and 6: if I p. in. 52 LOST OR STOLEN DALMATIAN PI 'P. tCOAfil DOG I white with black spots. Notify W. E. Gerrish. 15 FEMALE HELP WANTED OPENING perience FOR SALESLADY, preferred. Louise, EX-lne. MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES 10 years or over. Aplly , BUI Blackburn, Cilutouiau. PUBLIC NOTICE tamitKCTION The follow iiiK lnw iieared in- correctly in Hie Hell Townniip Trantw's reK.rt ut Kcbruar) , tut disbursement., as ublisliel in Mou lds) lue ol llie iuuis . w iM.mrt, 1ea r. SI)MMNI The amount of Hie disbuwim-lit was incorrectly given in Monday's issue as H.IMKI. The liololiiall re. arets it's error. KOT1CE OF FINAL HKTT1.KMF.XT F KTTK Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs aud legatees of Albert S. Wolfe, deceased, lo appear in tlie v.., circuit Court, held al Newport, Indiana, on the 22ud day of Junuarv, 1944 and fliow cause, if any. why Hie FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS wilh the estate of said decedent siiould not be approved; and said heirs are noiified lo then I and there make proof of heirship, and receive their distributive siiares. , WITNESS, the Clerk of said. Court. Ibis 22ud day of December 1S44- CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of Vermillion Circuit Court. Wm. H. Heeler, Atty. 1226; 12-944. 1 itniTii i:rth-'icatk Notice is hereby given that Richard Samuel Curry has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County. Indiana, to have the time and place of his birth determined. Said petition is set for bearing on the ltith day of January. 1S45. CARL R. BIGGS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court In Memoriani In memory of my wife. Anlouia Giacobiuo who died one year ago today. The rolling stream of life rolls on. Hut still the vacant chair Recalls the love, the voice, the smite Of the one who once sat there. Badly missed by husband. Tony. Giacobiuo. I Wins Divorce 1 -AI T At OEANNA DUR3iN. 22-year-old Hoi lywood songstress. Is a free woman today, having won a final divcrce decree from Vaughn Paul who is now a lieutenant in the II S- Navy Deanna married Paul in an elaborate church ceremony in 1841 and was granted divorce on her charge that he refused to explain overnight absences from bom. (Internttioml) shop." Jlay's biii piovides: 1) Tfle induction of men 1 1 to 4 ", who leave essential war jobs mthout local! draft board approval,, and (tl in-, duction of men who fail to heed draft board requests that they takel essential Jobs': The latter could be' its or in "special service units" for assignment to "unattractive worn. Homemade Sickroom Aids I To improvise an ice bag. tie the : nHi of u nieei of inner tube SC- ! curely; carefully sew up toe sleeve of an old raincoat; or fold over tne zippered edge of a vegetable bag. Hiicks, fiat irons, dutch oven lids, soap stones or bags of hot salt, cornmeal, or sand are substitutes for hot water bottles. It's always more convenient for a patient to drink from straws. They may be bought at grocery and drug stores. ITH WE AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTERS 5&rl ' j I r I ' ' : ! ; i t j HOUSE ACROSS THE BAY George Kaft, Jan Uennett, Walter Fidgeon "LOYE YOLK LAXDLOKD" Edgar Kennedy Comedy "MY TOMATO" MOM Short Backing of Five Federal Agencies Given 4-F Draft (Costumed r re niittee al its peiiinK liearmi: on the IS to 45 "work or IIKill bill of, Rep. May (I)) K'.. committee chairman. 1 t'olirlu.ionH Ki-rel , Col. Francis V. KeiinK. lecisla-tile re,ies"lltalive for Seleelive Ser-ice wli has arKU"d for legislation! aloiiB the lines of the May and Hal- lei -Brewster 4-F bills, mel ted from the conference smiling and i pparent- ly satisfied Willi its conclusions. All of the conferees were pledged to secrecy on their discussions. Allhous-'ii the War Department re-' i..aledlv lias endols"d passage of. !a nationai si-rice act, iiie sum total, of Hie live agencies recommends-J lions was expected to matcn tt'e consensus of congressional sentiment pressure to force 4-F's into wari wor. I May's committer, described as ill; a "get tough" mood following the j battle front tour f 17 of its uiem- hers, was not expected, however, to j take up the drastic new proposal of. Rep. Colmer till Miss. Colmers mil. j introduced yesterday, would draft j non-essential 4-Fs, strikers, willful i absentees in war plants and Job- jumpers into a uniformed supply force'" or labor battalion. His bill also covers mn from 18 to 45. liack KtiHMrtlp" l.e(sWMlill tio.v u-mitd hack tin "ston-gan" 4-F legislation reouested by President Roosevelt but would not swing behind any national service bill at this ; time. Sen. Taft tltl Ohio, announced that the Republicans would support any draft legislation "practical and I necessary and short of a national service act." Ben. Austin IR) Vt.. co-author of the Austin-Wadswortli national service bill, called on the; democrats to "take the lead" ill any drive for national service legislation. -A 4-F draft bill, be conceded, was better than resorting lo executive orders. May Include Nuee IM-all ' Rep, May raised two new possibil-; itb-s in discussing his plan to bold only two days of hearings on his! I, ill Oito ma that l'rcsldcul Hoose- vell's requested nurses draft limy be j ilicluiiodtio Ue legislation. (Surgeon ! lieneral Kirk, be said, has Indicated . this unprecedented move has bis approval. The oilier possibility was H at provisions may also be made lo specify that 4-Fs assigned to war jobs un- Air Itiu hill lie evclllded from Ullioil membership required in a "closed CFMETFItV MEMOHML8 MOM'MC.VTK and MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. hkix v. i.t-c k riMMM ass Kyprmif liilt MS a. 8nlh. CUnlaa 2 First Kun Features Only !c - iv JANE UTVM4M & Jerome Cowan V ' rayetnietsoa P " rhxrlx Lana STARTING THl'KSDAY Voutb ... In Lte With Life! Uiiobbiiij: .Ir.oim of our r. l.-.. vHniiol liil.lrcn . . . uitli-jilin-(l . . . uiican-.l for . . . n.'i;l.-lfl b itfl-euls! DO OUR PARENTS UNDERSTAND US? MM t . i LET US DEMONSTRATE 1 TS MANY ADVANTAGES I A!- "if ;v'i f'Vir4--' a lll i ' .y .fc Today's twirl tempo ond shortage of help demands latter ways of dandling every job. The writing ol routine recorof h on job the WIZ resider can do ' 172 FASTER. . Why not enlist the aid of this modern, time-saving, record-writing device in YOUR bti-' e? The daily man hows vow iayo . v w mm Bethel Spiritualist Church Auditorium ;ltt V tlth M. 4 eiu- 7th Avetiue TKItliK H it It; (CliuKMi Ittu Miss- Cliiinh) Kev.Mary Kice.D.D. Bishop at Large, ISA Church Services Sunday, Wednesday 7:45 p. m. Ierlurc and ll Message Kervke. Tues., Thurt.., Fri. 8 p. m. sharp f tctelopillM 4'lasM-S It K ALI N; Iv. Kioe at Church Parsonage Dailv After 9 A.M. ... Plume Harrison (MI'S will help ease the strain of your war- j depleted staff and Hi many other advantages will make yow a confirmed WIZ met for many yean to come. Give vt a call NOW and let w show yov the complete line. ---MtSRv JANE WITHERS 1 IjS PAUL KELLY I T lt, LEE PATRICK yJ&S&te JOHN LITEL j The Daily Glintonian "Vermillion Coucty's Home Newspaper" LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO PAY WINTER BILLS THE "PROMPT CASH" WAY. PERSONAL LOANS TO $300. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 228 Blackman St. I'houe OS CLINTON'. IND. 4

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