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Friday, November 3, 1044. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six Be Sure To Tune In I In Meraoriam In loving remembrance of John B. Shannon who passed away one year ago today, November 3, 1944. You are not forgotten Father dear Nor ever shall you be As long as life and memory last We shall remember thee. The Shannon Family. BUSINESS SERVICES fcnslve over the tnllre Pbllpplnc archipelago was being stepped up. with Major General Eiiuls Whitehead's Filth Air Force jylanes beginning an intensified campaign to secure control of the air "lock, stock and barrel." At the same time, combined reported from General MacArthur and fr omAdmlral Chester W. Nlmlii at Pacific fleet headquarters at Pearl Harbor disclosed further air raids ranging from the Kurlles chain, norlb of Tokyo, lo Yap and the Pa-laus. In Ihe central Pacific, and Borneo, the Celebes. Moluccas. Makassar. Timor, New Guinea, Wewak and the Solomons. DANIEL J. tOUm President of The International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America. . . WILL SPEAK OVER A NATION WIDE HOOK I P OF THE NATIONAL BKOADCASTIMi CO. FRIDAY EVEHING, NOV. 3 8 to 8:30 P. M. On A Subject Very Important To The Working People of America. Teamsters Local IIo. 73 Prelude t 1 V .f" X 1 . p.mwiwiii mmm mm n - First Run Features Lib DON'T LOOK NOW THEY'RE Kitchen Knives Kitchen knives arc precious tools. Use them only for cutting foods: not for prying off lids or whittling. Don't let them soak in water and don't sharpen their, on stone window ledges. Remove knives and flatware from dishes before scraping into refuse can. Thousands 'of knives ere accidentally thrown away each year. If your knife handle works loose, tighten it by tapping the rivets with a hammer. Depth of Ocean The average depth of all the oceans and seas is supposed lo be from two to two and a half miles. Soundings in the Pacific average about 12,960 feet; in 1-ie Atlantic, 22,200 feet; ii. the Indian ocean, 11,136 feet; and in the Antarctic, 10,800 feet. The Japan sea averages about 7,320 feet, the Gulf of Mexico, 4,632 feet, the Mediterranean a little less, and .'he Baltic only about 122 feet. Locomotive Cab The first locomotive equipped with "a very crude cab" was the "Samuel D. Ingham," built for the Beaver Meadow railroad (now the Lehigh Valley) in Pennsylvania in 1835-36 by Easlwick and Harrison. Wanted To Buy -SO- HIGHEST CASH PKICES PAID WILSON, JUSTICE AND 03ELLA AUTO SALES (Formerly Coleman Anlo Co.) THE KING OF THE COWBOY . IS BACK AGAIN! 9c 35c nrmirri7 iaaW TONITE BUT CUTTING 100SE AGAIN! 9c 40c SUN., MON. & TUE. . Technicolor Musical Comedy "FUN TIME" LATEST NEWS ROGERS When the Comedy Queen of Radio Dishes Out the Fun On the Screen. . . She's a Scream! Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Vlrmt Aaw InBArtloli: 8ft fOf Cb reading Una (on column Una. Uk Mt of these). Next wo days Icsertloa: the Mm lo charge (you get three Urs at ouble the cost ot the lint day). Next three Insertion: the una 8c charge yo get whole eek five days) at three times Ue oat ot one Insertion). Bach group o( tbree daya thereafter, 8c t line. Blackface (like this) 10c per toe. All classified ads Including mern- i . ...a i.. nt all kinds must Mwua ...... 1 be paid In advance except loose bj regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In tbe utter case the person asking tbe publication of the notice will be held responsible for It payment FOB SALE HOME FREEZER STOKE DEMON-ciroinr reen freeze locker, below zero temperature. 12 cu. ft. capa city. Will hold approximately ivv lbs. of meat. Only one, will sell on payments. C. H. Vandenhark, 120 E. Ohio St. Bockville, lud. l'hone 380-W. I4 REFRIGERATOR ALL, POKCE-lain 1941 Seegar reach-in electric refrigerator with H. P. Frigid-aire Compressor. Used Short Time. No priority needed. Will sell on payments. C. 11. Vandenhark Phone 380-W, Bockville, lud- 180 ACRES, THREE MILES EAST of Clinton, clay farm. 140 Acres, tillable balance pasture. Five room house Willi complete out buildings. Plenty of water. C. E. Hawkins, Rosedale. Phone 88. U SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE. SIX acres of ground. Barn and outbuildings. Fruit trees, cow and horse. Two blocks east of Slop 13 4 on 41. Carl Lowder. tlx FIVE ROOM SEMI-MODERN HOME 1219 South Eighth. 575, gels deed to property. Inquire, 1207 South Third Street. H THE BEAUTIFUL LOT, FIFTH and Vine, owned by the lute John Horney. Very reasonable. Call 425 Mulberry Street. tlix 1937"" CMC l'j T HYDRAULIC dump truck, 1939 International PS 30, long wheel base. Herman White, R. 3, Clinton. t04x FOUR ROOM HOUSE, THREE lots. Garage, outbuildings. Choice corner location, reasonable. Ilah-Icht, Lyford. t5x 18-FOOT HOUSE-TRAILER FULLY equipped. Cheap. Inquire 630 So. Fifth Street. After 4:30 p. in. Hi USED ARMY SHOES, 300 NORTH Ninth Street, Beilo's Shoe Shop. t05x BED, SPRINGS AND MATTRESS, dressing table, mirror and chair. Tel. 644. 1115 PICKED PEARS 1.00; IN THE orchard $ .50. Julia E. llrilton, one mile cast of Huckville. t4x SILVERTONE RADIO, GOOD CON-dltion. Reasonable. 115 South Fifth Street. t4x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 13C-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's Phone 8, Clinton. 88tf LATE MODEL CONSOLE RADIO. 603 North Third Street. tlix COOK STOVE, 1209 PIKE STREET. tlix WANTED TO BENT GARAGE IN VICINITY OF SOUTH Fourlh St. Phone 312-M. t6x FIVE ROOM MODERN Phone 34 3-J. HOUSE, tax FOB BENT THREE ROOM !' II II N I S II E D bouse, 1110 Western Ave. Adulls preferred. ti FOUR ROOM HOUSE. URIAH HILL. Inquire 1025 North Ninth Street. tlix MODERN FURNISHED A I 'All T-llieul, close 111. 415 So. 3rd St. 2lf PAID NOTICES NOTICE! IlllHlneKH Women's Itllllllllllltc Hole. November 3 and J. I loom iictl lo Kararos. 5 WANTED WAS11INS AND IRONINGS TO DO. 8-5 Soulh Sixth. tU HELP WANTED (.MIL OH HOV ll III 4IKXKIMI. news report ins;, typing and office work. The Daily Clinlouiaii. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car. Truck and Tractor Tiro, and Tubes. Vulcanising and Eecapplus neatly done and Guar anteed. th and uogarc mooukm Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. !2tf DEAD ININ'ALt REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Cell Crawford ittl or Crawford 62109 TrreJIauts or Pan 142(1. We pay all pbone charge. John Wacbtel Co., Terre Haute. t!37 DEAD ANIMAIJ ItEMOVED FREE of charge by Dwiggin nl Sons, licensed dealers, ( all us as soon as they die and reverse charge. Dana L'H UMrvtr. I lana l'hullfl AO. tSlf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-atioa Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake. Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Mon tezuma. 8-1-45 WINTER ROOF PROTECTION! NU-Deck Roof Coating and cement. 3.25 for 5 gal. Voto Hardware. 233 North 9th Street. 18 JOI.V OI K t HHITMAS I.AVAU AV Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faraco's icwelry Shop. RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Gas Market 115 North Main Street, Clinton. MARLITE TILE BOARD FOR KIT-clien and bath room. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WE HAVE some good watermelons. McCrack-en Market. I' PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. John Brewer. 1305 South Seventh Street. - t84x BENNKT TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 Soulh Fourth S'reet. Phone 454. I85f WANTED TO BUY GIRLS I!ICYcT.eT22 OR 24 INCH. 22" preferred. 137 North Seventh Street. Phone 184-W. Hi DOLL BUGGY. 1058 SOUTH FIFTH Street. HALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonlan. WANTED Caretaker for my rminlry home in Term lliinle. Must be married, under 5(1 years of age. No children. Must be able lo do chores for live slock, gardening ami normal maintenance work. Offered for proper parly permanent job, six room house hIUi Hater, electricity, heat and phone, free. Milk, eggs, $25 weekly. Contact Dr. Kehrlaiil, I'. H. Machine Tool Manufacturing Co., Phone 85. FDR Heads For Boston in Last Ditch Campaign' (Continued from page 1) paign. The President will talk for 45 minutes, over three major networks NBC, I BS and Blue from Fenway Park, beginning at 9:00 p. ill. EWT. Mr. Roosevelt said that his train will stop first at Bridgeport, Conn., tomorrow morning where he will make a platform appearance and a brief lalk. Then he will go to Hartford, Conn., where he will leavo the train and proceed by automobile to the municipal park where, the President said, ho will have a few words In say. Mop ill Kpl'lllgfield From Hartford the President will go lo Springfield, Mass., and make anulher rear platiorm appearance anil lalk Here before reaching llos-lon, he said I lint Sen. David I. Walsh (1)1 Mass.. will board his trail! HI Worcester, and go on lo IIohIoii Willi him. Pl eshli nl Roosevelt I old I he na-llon lnut night Ihiil Ihe wuiilmo pre-sldeiiilal campaign "lias been marred'' by "whisperings and rumors . . . trumped up in an attempt lo panic the people on election day." "lint the American people are not panicked easily," Mr. Roosevelt said. "1'iarl Harbor proved that. , Sctll"! on Record "This elecllou will not be decided on a basis of malignant murmuring or shouts. It will he settled on the basis of the record." Get In ihe Hcrapl Blanford Man, Reported Missing, Is Prisoner Mr .and Mis. Floyd Judy of lllan-ford have received a letter from their son. Pvt. Verlln Judy, who was reporied missing In aclion August 3. iha( he is all fight and a prisoner uf Germany. He ask-d Iheiu not lo write aa he was uboiit lo be transferred lo another ramp. Private Judy was lu (he Infantry and was in (lis D-Day Invasion of France, fertiliser Lse Fertilizer consumption In the United States lias increased about tenfold in a little more than 60 years and more than 40 per cent in the past five years. COLUMBIA FBIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c CoAboy In The Clouds With Charles Starrctt Dub Taylor Julia Duncan "Bugs Bunny Nips Nip" Warner Cartoon "Early Bird Gets The Worm" Warner Cartoon SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c Jimmy Steps Out With Jimmy Stewart Paillette Goddard "Caribbean Romance" Paramount Short "Musical Parade" KKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE Stars On Parade With Lynn Merrick Larry Parks PLUS Heirs Crossroads With Karen Morcly Tom Keene John Qualen THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c Lost Angel With Margaret O'Brien James Craig Marsha Hunt "Mountain Angler" ItKO Sport Reel "Lucky Cowboy" Paramount Musical Parade Avoid the Danger No Ration Crtificat Ntdd I PCKOh THEPCTURES liny IVIore Itnnds ADM. WILLIAM t. HALSEY, JR., sommanding officer of tbe Third Fleet, is shown above coming aboard the aircraft carrier USS Lexington in a boatswain's buoy for a visit only a short time before his powerful force helped blast the Japs In the second raid on the Philippines. United States NaW DhOtO. (International I Americans Drive Leyte Japs Into Island Corner (Continued trom page 1) thousand dead have already been counted. In announcing the multi-pronged envelopment move, General MacArthur declared tersely: "The end of tho I.ey le-Samar campaign Is in sight." Narrowly Kwaiies Death Tho general, who recently had a narrow escape from death when a .50 caliber bullet lodged in the wall of liia headquarters one foot from where he was standing during a strafing attack, disclosed that his cavalyriuen and elements of the 24th Inranlry formed a juncture to overrun Carigara, 20 miles north of Or-moc, while to the south, the Seventh Infantry outflanked the enemy and began a 26-mile drive UP Leyte's west coast from Haybay. The strategy of the three outfits has forced the badly pounded Japs to retreat Into the small and confin-nJ Bu,or with not much chance of escaping from the three land flanks executed by tno Ameri cans. If they' attempt to flee by water lo Cebu Island, the Japs will he at Ihe mercy of Fifth Air Force flyers who are operating from Tacloban Field on the east side of Leyte. The brilliantly executed movement of the Doughboys was made in Ihe face of vicious fighting by the Japs who tried desperately lo keep open their escape route from Carigara to Ornioc. Want lleillforceincnls Attellliw Tho Doughboys ignored attempts by the enemy to bring reinforcements from Cebu and handed tho Nips one of the morst merciless healings they have received since the Americans landed on Leyte two weeks ago. The Yankees were now poised to annihilate Ihe disorganized demnants of theinfamous Jap lllth Division which perpetrated the ".March or Death" at Ilaluan, and thus carry out MacArlhur's vow to "get" the t,...,i lnmri:il Division. Meanwhile, the American air of- With Ths Compliments (X THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for HOV DIVAN Tike Street Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch This Spur Every Day IOUB NAMB MAI BK NEXT ol Winter Skidding! FACTOKY-t'OXTHOIXED IIECAPPING 7.00 (I.OII-KI NO OTIIKIt OFFHICK YOl: i rail ft A quality 'unif1link. S. rnnit Hwirf . . All ork lijr Fiwlr-Traint' KxprrU. . FH (.UstrHntiM. 5. I'Htnimv fc'irwrtone iM-ur-t-rlp Trd IK-.igM. MONEY FOR TAXES Personal Loans to $300 rzf-fEE uNMsciiriiTifriiiniimiiKmi " - . VJV 111 BASEM mtU HSTIING I03SIE FIIM NOWKIIf ? u POLAND'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY 214 So. Main St., Clinton ll.,..i. ?:( "TWILIGHT ON THE TRAIL' ONLY TONIGHT and SAT. Big Double Feature "DELINQUENT DAUGHTERS" !)c & 35c 22i Dlackman St. l'hone 63 CLINTON. INDIANA SECURITY LOAN CO.