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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six Friday, October 20, 1944. occupied high ground north of the. town. WABASH SUN., MON. AND TUE. PUBLIC NOTICES Ureal; Vp Counterattack said, the Germans made a fairly strong counter-attack with tanks and infantry but this was broken up by Allied artillery. The enemy succeeded at first in BUSINESS SERVICES Keep Beauty "A man should hear a little music,, read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day uf his life in order that worldly calls may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which God has implanted in the human soul." Goethe. Trovide Vitamins Tomatoes, greens, and yellow vegetables are the vegetables that provide needed vitamins and minerals most generously. A M ... js TONIGHT Kits yi linger Itogent In the uriiiM or .Inn Hull in I'niumimnl'n Technicolor trttlllipli, "lailv ill flic Dark," I'llui version of llie ruinous Htugo play about a woiiiuh'm emotional repressions. The picture, Is line next Sunday at the Wabash Thenlii'. MImIiii Alter Is seen in a top comedy role. The original Kurt Weill limbic has been retained and a new sung, "Suddenly li s Kiiing," milled. reoccupying several pillboxes but later the Germans were driven out again. Lieut. Gen. George S. Patton's Third Army troops continued to battle tlie Germans Inside Muizlcres Les MHZ. Seventh Army Scores The Seventh Army forces commanded by Lieut. Gen. Alexander M. I'ulcli made gains near Hruyeres and PALACE 2 KEEL COMEDY NEWS CARTOON STARTING 11 P.M. SATURDAY You Too Can Laugh Your Head Off Life Of The Party OCTOHUn SPECIAL: 5.60 OIL I'crniunents $4.60; Shampoo and Hiilr style $1.00. Arches Halr- tints Facials. Adamson's Beau- torlum, :i55Mi South Main, l'hone 602. 194 FOUND A LARGE STOCK OP Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. Oth and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS ItEMOVED FREE of charge by DwIgRins and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon ae they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. t6xf MOIi:iiMZK YOUR DIAMOND nllli a beautiful new plantiniun mounting from Faraco's Jewelry Shop. tlOO ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. t60f BRONZE SCREEN WIRE 16 Mesh 20 in., 26 in., 30 In., 34 in. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. r.iifirnntpori 24-Hr.. Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clin ton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. tlOO BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WE HAVE some good watermelons. McCrack-en Market. tf BENNfc'T TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t86f FOB RENT TWO LARGE ROOMS. SEMI-MOD-ern. Lights and water, furnace. Mrs. Matilda Conner. 747 South Seventh. t94x THREE ROOM MODERN FUR-nlshed apartment with gas. Write Box A. 442, Cllntonian. t96x GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE, FA1R-view. Call at 205 North Main. ' t96x FOUR ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE 618 N. Main Street. t96x MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Cllntonian. FEMALE HELP WANTED HOUSEKEEPER FOR 2. RUTH Owens, 219 N. Main, Tel. 233-R. 85tf FOB SALE OB BENT FIVE ROOM SEMI-MODERN home. Cook stove, white kerosene stove with built In oven and car trailer for sale. 1219 So. 8th St t95 Magnetic Theory The age-old theory, held by nearly all scientists, is that magnetism has force and power, but no movement unlike electric current in which electrons flow along a copper wire. Fa Water well After planting, water the trees and shrubs well. The ground should not be allowed to dry out, at least during the first year. If rain does not keep the ground moist, continue watering. A mulch of peat moss or straw will help to save moisture. Card of Thanks Card of thanks We wish to thank those who were so kind during the sickness and death of our baby daughter, Nancy Carol. Mr. and Mrs. ltoy Newland and Sons. In Memoriam In memory of my father, Alex-sander Gnyzaklervles, who passed away three years ago today, Oct. 20. 1941. Peaceful be thy rest dear father. It Is Bweet to breathe thy name; In life I loved you dearly. In death I do the same. Sidly missed by daughter, Mrs. Louise Panek. Notice is hereby given to the voters in Vermillion County, Indiana, that the voting places for holding the GENERAL ELECTION On No vember 7, 1944 In the several voting precincts of said County have been designated by the Board of Commissioners of said County, as follows: to-wit: Gessle Gesslo School House. N. PeiryBVillo Ping's Building. S. PcrrysvHlo James Cox Garage. Eugene Florence Aldrlch Oil Stat ion. E. Cayuga Town Hall. W. Cayuga Fablo House. Quaker No. 11 School House. W. Newport Ada Wright Residence. E. Newport Citizens Slnto Bunk. W. Dnna National Hunk Bldg. E. Dana Town Hall. Hillsdale Ira Richards Building. Summit Grove County Garage Building. St. Bernlco No. 1 American Legion Homo. St. Bornlce No. 2 Armstrong Building. St. Bernice No. 3 Elmer King Garage. Jacksonville B. F. Fantone Store Building. Centenary - School Building. Sandytown Sum Shannon Residence. Fairview Town Hall. Crompton Hill School House. East Union Byron Buntain Residence. Universal Recreation Bldg. School Ground. Rhodes Clinton Gun Club. CLINTON CITY WARD No. 1 Precinct A Roma Hotel, 602 North Oth Street. Precinct B Bob Laverdl Bldg., 9th and Oak Street. Precinct C Jess Scott Res., 439 North 3rd Street. WARD No. 2 Precinct A Teresa Glanottl 220 North 11th Street. Precinct B American Legion Home. COLUMBIA FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c LUMBERJACK With v " William Boyd Andy Clyde "Kid In Upper Four" MGM Miniature "Spinach Packin Popeye" Poyeye Cartoon SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c BUFFALO BILL With Joel McCrea Maureen O'Hara Linda Darnell "Fighting 69'" Vrarner Cartoon "A Feud There Was" Warner Cartoon RKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c STEEL AGAINST THE SKY With Lloyd Nolan Alexis Smith PLUS LAW OF THE TROPICS With Constance Bennett Jeffrey Lynn Mona Maris THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c DUKE OF WEST POINT With Tom Brown Louis Hayward Joan Fontaine Richard Carlson "Groovie Movie" Pete Smith Special Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Pint da Insertion: So (or eush trading line (one column Una, like one of then). tint two day Insertion: th Mine le charge (jrou get tnree aaya double the cost ot tne nrsi any). Next three dan Insertion: the am 80 charge (you get a whole keek five daye) at three tlmei the eoit of one inaertlon). Eacb group of three dayi thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ada Including mem-erlama and notlcea ot all klnda must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose account aye paid monthly or those from organisations 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 Ita payment FOB SALE EIGHT ACRE PLACE, THREE miles southeast-of Rosedale, Rood location, two acre pasture, balance good plow land. Six room house, tile hen house and brooder house. Complete out buildings. Terms. Possession at once. C. E. Hawkins, Jloaedale, Agent. Phone 88. t95 FANCY SPANISH ONIONS. 60 LB. Bag, $1.75. Buy them before they go Into storage. Potatoes, Store them now for the winter. Mccracken's Market. t94 DRY CLEANING CAN'T REMOVE It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 5 yrs. against moth damage. Lee Hain. FOUR ROOM HOUSE, THREE lots. Garage, outbuildings. Choice corner location, reasonable. Hab-icht, Lyford. t5x ONE SIMMONS ROLLAWAY BED, practically new, $10.00. Inquire at 1406 South Fifth St. t95x KEIKFER HAND PICKED PEARS, $1.00 bushelr Oliver Kite, East of Geneva Tavern. t96x ONE CHEST OF DRAWERS, ONE vanity, one floor lamp. 806 Black-man Street. t94x ONE COAT, HORSE HIDE, SHEEP skin lined. Size 40-42. Phone 277-W. 94x STUDIO COUCH, SPRING-CON-structed. Pre-war. 4 0 6 South Seventh Street. t94x MORE PEONY CLUMPS, RED, pink and white. Hershey Green HouBe and Flower Store. t91f "38" FORD COACH, RADIO AND heater, 759 North Eighth. Cajl between 12 and 2 p. m. t94x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-lil Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Olintoa Ante Wracking Parte Oo. Ernie's, none 8, Clinton. Mtf M A G A zTnE SUBSCRIPTIONS". White's Pharmacy. t91x 1940 CHEVROLET TRUCK. 1130 Pike Street. t95x LARGE CABINET RADIO, GOOD condition. 603 N. 3rd St. t95x 160 HENS AND PULLETS, 1608 South 9th St. t96x B FLAT TROMBONE. FRANK RAL-ston, Phone 612-M. t95x GOOD EATING AND CANNING . pears. 260 N. Ninth St. t94x LOST WALLET, IDENTIFICATION AND special Army papers, includes money. Reward. Mrs. ISlise Beane, 952 South Seventh. t95x WINE COLORED DAVENPORT cushion near Hillsdale. Return to Hillsdale High School. t96 GOLD FLOWER PIN WITH RED sets. Saturday night. Reward. Return to Cllntonian office. t94x FOUND LADIES COAT, INQUIRE AT 239 Vine Street. tlOOx WANTED TO BUY I'Ol'COHN WA.VI'Kh For quick sale on your 1944 Crop Wrile: B. 11. SchallliiKir. co ((infection Cabinet Corp., 430 W. Erie St., Chicago, ill. t96x PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & FOX A. M. called meeting. Tuesday, : October 24, 7 p. m. Work in E. A. j degree. John Griffiths, W. M., Char- j les Brown, Secretary. t96 ' ' HELP WANTED j FOR GENERAL GREENHOUSE work. Call 21 or Inquire at Hershey Flower Store. t96x I MEMO High Time to Take Inventory Accounts. See Us SECURITY 2M Blackmail St. You Too Can Be THEPCTVRES Buy Mure llonils The 7 &,' - . Vy r-v Aachen Finally Falls to First American Army ! (ConUiiuea nom page It Tim Cunndiana struck to within two milt's of tlio towns of Schoon-rlijko itud OoHtburff. Srizr Twu VillngcH Olh(r Canadian units advancliiK from the Leopold Canal bridgehead took the villages of Mlddlcburg and Aai'diil)nrr7. Meanwhile, patrols from the two forces made contact in the area south of Oosl I mis. The Allied units below Venray, at the eastern side of the Netherlands corridor achieved (heir man progress west and Fouthwest of Ovnrhrock. In the llaaren area, headquarters HEIRLOOM DOILIES ' Iy Alice Brooks Crochet doilies in this ever-beloved pineapple design. The simplest crochet makes these doilies. They have many uses. Crochet these for gifts, in siring or finer cotton. Pattern 7272 has directions for doilies; list of materials needed; stitches. Send FIFTKUN TENTS ill coins for these patterns to The Daily Clin-toliian. Household Arts Dept., 5t4 West Randolph Street. Chicago SO, 111. Print plainly S1MK, ADIlltKSS and IWITKKN M .MHIOU. Our new. 2-page Needlework Hook is yours for Fifteen Centu more . . . l:!U illustrations of designs for embroidery, home decoration, toys, knitting, crochet, quiits. With Tha Compliment Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATKE Waiting At Our Office for IXIAS CiKOFT South Fifth St. Just Come la And Ask For Them I W atch This Space Every Day rol'K NAME JIAY UK NEXT TEXACO V? 7272 'i.fll wl !i fe ii WARD No. 3 Precinct A Ida Patterson Resi dence, 805 Walnut St. Precinct B Jessie Douglas Res idence. 715 South 5th Street. WARD No. 4 Precinct A Chas, Snow Resi dence, 1138 South 5th Street. Precinct 11 Anna Houston Res idence, 1209 South 4tll Street. Given by order of the Hoard of Commissioners, this 2nd day of Oc tober, 1944. IRA J. CHURCH, Auditor. Vermillion County, Indiana. 1020-2744. Light Enemy Resistance Met In Landings 'Continued From Page I) made on two small islands. Diuagat and Hoinonohan, three days bro exactly two years and six months to the day when MacArtliur vowed: "I shall return." TheBe Initial landings secured enemy installations and commanded the entrance to Leyte gulf for the passage of the main assuult forces which stormed ashore at three points at 1 a. m. this morning on the eastern Leyte coast. Up to noon today there has been no effort by the Japs to Interfere with the invasion with submarines, planes or warships. The Jap navy made no attempt whatsoever to contest the landings which were executed with split-second precision. Omi HoiiilH-r Offers Fight Only one Jap plane, a twin-engine bomber, appeared over Levies beaches and it dropped only one bomb and that fell harmlessly without causing any damage. "Our ground troops are rapidly expanding their positions, and supplies and heavy equipment are already flowing ashore In great vol-ous communique- the first from his new headquarters In the Philippines. AllKsiett Take Part hi Invasion Australian forces also are participating in the invasion which was preceded by terrific naval and air bombardments which were official ly described in the communique as "devastating in effect." Navy Aids Landings The naval forces supporting the invasion comprised Vice Admiral Thomas C. Klncaid's Seventh Fleet, units of Admiral William V. Halsey'B Third Fleet and Vice Adm. Marc A. Mitscher's vast task Torce 58. The big navy batllewagons and cruisers laid down a thunderous barrage of 16 inch shells while hundreds of bomber and fighter planes raked Leyte before the American doughboys shoved ashore aboard hundreds of invasion craft. Ibcord material 'onceiitrntitwi It was the greatest concentration of naval and air power ever massed in the Pacific. The invasion forces already have secured Tacloban In the northeastern part of Leyte, suffering only small casualties. Set Mail Friday tilth The mighty ocean-going armada set out from New Guinea for Leyte Just one week ago today-on Friday the 13th. and It sailed to its target completely unmolested. Leylc is 6Hi miles north of Moro-tal, where MacArlhur once again outguessed the Japs, and 2.500 miles from Milne Hay. at the southern lip of New Guinea, where MaeArthiir Blurted his march back to the Philippines nearly lti mouths ago. Throw Tour Scrap Into tbe Plgbtl Jinston FACTOnV- t'OXTROIXED UECAPl'IKG 6.00-I 700 Grade A Quality Camelback No Bation Certiocatt Needed With Iovelight in her eyes' arid three men on her mind! 9c 40c SUN., MON. & TUE. Little Lulu Cartoon "Eggs Don't Bounce" LATEST NEWS TAR AMOUNT'S - v sensational celebrated stage success! .'J.'.,"Ni p. -H Hacktit flad Upon The Ply by Mo" " fcurt ft c.ll and Lyric by Ira Ccrahvia 1 v' i THE SONG OF SONGS OF EVERY AVOMAN cnumillfldO M1SOUAUER 1 I" ' OCTOBER, 1944 n,t(d bv Mitchell Leisen f CWrich. and Albert Wad Mwk by of Unpaid Bills and Square For the Cash. LOAN CO. Phone 02 POLAND'S SERVICE STATION SOUTH OF DIXIE"' OVERLAND STAGECOACH"' Big Double Feature FIRESTONE Tonight and Sat. I.IXTOX. 1X1). 120 X. MA IV fl.lXTOV. IM).

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