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Page Six SHE DAILY CLINTONIAN Wednesday, November 8, 1944. Landslide Electoral Vote Sweeps FDR Into Fourth Term the vote revealed. Although not permitted to campaign personally, he was re-elected with a total of 6,309 votes, leading Andy M. Johnson, with 4.224, by a margin of 1125. Noble J. Johnson, candidate for re-election to congress, proved that he is still popular with local voters by receiving 6,261 votes to 4,482 County Goes Totally G.O.P., Returns Show Lodges Meet In Hillsdale Local Rebekahs Hostess To Perrysville Group; Pvt. Todd On Furlough The Hillsdale Rebekau Lodge had BUSINESS SERVICES (Continued from pas 1) Rate sfcr Classified Ads 2nd Paid Notices 6,800 and with most of the returns for Olis G. Jamison, a majority of while Edbert P. Zell, Repub-I counted' " uk 00unt ot the 769 day wiih Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes. Men and Fred Church and sister, Mrs. Paul Mack, received word last week of the death of their cousin's son, Pie. Hyde Perrin of Chrisman. 111. He was killed ill England after baling served over seas for a year. Howard Berry is dicliarged from U. S. Navy due to the death of ills wife. He will Jive here with bis two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Francis and children of Terre Hutite spent Thursday last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hugger. Mr. and Mrs. William May of Rem-ingt.on, Ind. called on Hillsdale friends Sunday evening. Mr. May was a former principal of the Hills- dale school. soldier vote to fix the result, al First dr Insertion: 80 (or ana Continued From rage I) RKAL ESTATE H)K BALE Mease come in and check our lint as we have several good buys, H. H. CALL 227 Dlackuiau Street Phone tv llcan prosecutor, won re-election by 740 votes, totaling 6,119 to 4,379 reedlnc lio (one eolumm 11m, Uk the Perrysville Rebekahs as their to the outcome, for no Republican candidates were ever in danger. ase of these). Next two dan Insertion: the for J. N. Jones, Democrat. Moore Ijeadlng Democrat guests hurt week, six new candidates from Perrysville and two of Hills maintaining growing leads. Several fe charge rou set tbree dan at precincts, formerly Democratic, double tbe cost ot the firat day) though the President appeared to be a favorite of the men at war. Dewey ttcorew In Indiana Dewey had 12 states in his column. His big victories were in Indiana by 50.000, In Ohio by 84.000 at noon and In Wisconsin by 11.000. He might possibly lose both Ohio and Wisconsin before the final ballots FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tlrea and Tubea. Vulcanising and showed an unusually heavy Repub dale were taken Into membership. Mrs. Pauline Bonebruke and Mrs. Imogene Sykes were tbe cuudiduies of Hillsdale. Next tbree days Insertion: tbe sane tt charge (you get a wbole lican trend In national, state and Leluiid L. Moore, of Perrysvllle, Democratic candidate for Joint senator, made the best Democratic raoe In this county, his total of 4,516 votes failing by only 368 to equal the 4,884 given Walter B. Gillespie, of Wllliamsport, Republican winner. Ray Picket, former county asses Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 8 th and Bogart M obliges Mrs. Grace Stewart received word Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. seek tlve daya) at tbree times the eoat of one lnaertlon). Each (roup of tare day thereafter, 8e a line. Blackfaoe (like this) 10c per line. from the War department lust week 2tf are tabulated. Dewey conceded Ills defeat graciously In a little speech to newsmen sor, was defeated by only 428 votes county balloting. Dewey Aiead ill County Governor Dewey polled a total of 6,632 voles for a county lead of 720 votes over the unofficial total of 4.912 for President Roosevelt, while Homer Capehar', Republican candidate for long term senator, showed the smallest Republican mujority, only 27, with the total count 4,817 If you want to eell your property that her grandson. Billy Mullen lias been wounded in Italy. Pvt. Paul F. Todd son or Mr. and Mrs. Giirord Todd Is home with his Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones of Vln-cennes. jnd. tpent a few days here recently. Mrs. Ellen La n ells and duughter of Dana spent lust Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Bonebrake. by Melvln Hickman, Republican po-lat his hotel Roosevelt heada uarters lu and around Clinton, lint it w ii li All classified ada Including mem-nrtama nA mttlBM of all kinds muat tltlcal newcomer, in the race forat 8:14 a. m. EWT. which was ne. I am ure I can help you. broadcast. The President heard the be paid in advance except those by! H' J'AIJj parents for a 80 day furlough. He came from the hospital, where lie county treasurer. Hickman's total was 4,953 compared with 4,625 227 liln kinail street for Pickel. regular euetomera whose accounta are paid monthly or thoee from or had been sent from over sea duty. Clinton, liifliaua Phone 826 to 4.790 for Henry F. Schrlcker, who had been conceded an excellent Pvt. Todd was wounded about three broadcast and telegraphed his thanks to the Governor. Electoral Derision Overwhelming The outcome of the election showed the world that the American peo ganizations whose bull muat be al chance to carry this county. Mrs. Alex Griffin of Hoopeston, III. spent Wednesday night with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Ingram, who has been very ill the past week, but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bever and family of Cincinnati, Ohio visited liis mother, Mrs. Emma M. Bever lowed before being paid. In tbe latter caae tbe person asking tbe months ago. Donald Ray Fortner left for service In the Merchant Marines, Mon William E. Jenner, Republican for DEAD A N I MA L 8 REMOVED, large or email, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 6310 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 publication of the notice will be held short term senator, fared somewhat responsible lor lu payment. Couuty Surveyor Halbert L. Fli-II lifer, Republican, was re-elected by a margin of 749 votes, defeating E. P. Hatheway by a count of 6,068 to 4,314, while Howard Watson, Republican coroner, was returned to office by defeating Dr. 1. D. White, 5.0G5 to 4,446. Strauglin, Brown (Toiiuuisaionere In the commissioners' race, Foun- day. His parents Mr. and Mrs. Lin?.ie Fortner and grandmother. Mrs. York accompanied him to Chicago, 111. ple are behind Mr. Roosevelt in his conduct of the war ana' In his plans to disarm both Germany and Japan for peace In the future. It was an overwhelming decision In the electoral college, although Dewey ran FOR BALE Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Blair's son or the Irs. Mary Morgan and children better, polling 4,866 votes for a margin of 168 over Cornelius O'Brien, whose total was 4,697. State Margins Small Republican margins of victory were much smaller on the state than on the county ticket. Ralph F. Gates DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwiggins and Sons, COPPER CLAD COAL RANGE, of Chrisman, ill. visited relatlven gray enamel trim, with three here Sunday. strongly in all sections of Hie cmm. licensed dealers. Call us as soon as tney die and reverse charges. Dana U. S. Navy is spending a furlough here with lils parents. He just arrived from over sea. Roy Overpeck continues very ill at this time at his home here. The II. B. Missionary Society met tain titraughn, Republican from the ! try, carried the farm belt and many third district, polled 6,050 votes to I rural - small town sections of the Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. burner gas attachment; ladles' black wool winter coat, size D0-D2, practically new. 804 Marshall tit., Paris, 111. t7x defeat James B. Huestou, Democrat, t6xf east. The President won though by sweeping the great cities. whose total was 4,312, while in the totaled 4,841 for governor, only 37 more than Samuel D. Jackson, with 4,804. Richard T. Jumes was given a majority of 130 votes for lieutenant-governor with a couut of 4,766 second district Glenn R. Brown, Re at the church last Thursday after- 4W-PAC Sh-Iukc Election publican, took the nod with a total IVutrition Key Phosphorus is the key to proper nutrition of farm animals because of its value in conversion of arbohy-drales into fat and energy. Thi element is derived from the feed animals consume, and the feeds get their supply from -the soil. If soili are deficient in available uhosohnru FRESH COW AND CALF. MRS. Rock Giacoletti, Bandytown. Tel. . 1007-1. I9x There was little doubt but that 1 noon- 1 "e Ald Society of the U. B. the CIO's Political Action Commit- Church will meet Thursday Nov. 9th GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone J034-4 Clinton or l(i5-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-46 of 4,967 as against 4,413 for Ray Haase. tee, headed by Sidney Hillman, had tor an a" day "'eeting at the home Unofficial totals for other officers of Mrs. imogene Sykes to 4.636 for Floyd J. Heinmer, Democrat.. Rue J. Alexander, Republican candidate for re-election as secretary of state, did only slightly better, with a total of 4,766 votes to 4,616 a lot to do with the verdict. OLDSMOBILE SEDAN, ONE SET of mechanic tools. 747 S. 7th tit. t8x FARM FENCE CORN CRIBBING The Hillman followers first got out a tremendous registration of vot on the state ballot follow: Auditor of State. Alvan V. Burch (R) 4,782, Ernest WeatherhoR (D) 4,611; the deficiency continues on down the line. iron and red cedar posts. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. for Charles F. Fleming, Democrat. Church Leads Ticket USED CREAM SEPARATOR table model, good condition. Lew. Mrs. Melvin Sprowls of Martinsville, Ind. spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Kennedy. Mrs. Cecil Church attended her club meeting Thursday night at. the home of Mrs. May Crane in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sanders of AT FIRST Margins of victory for the Repub is Hardware. t8 ers in industrial areas clear across the nation. Then yesterday ithey got these same voters to the polls and most of the voters supported Roosevelt. In many eastern states, tt was noticeable that the regular lican county candidates ranged from I6N OF A M 1 1 a 1 nearly 1,600 down to 368. the unof WINTER ROOF PROTECTION! NU-Deck Roof Coating and cement. $3.26 fur 6 mil. Veto Hardware. 233 North Bth Street. t8 FIFTH VEIN COAL. J3.2B TON and up. Phone 692-J or 1130 Pike ficial tally showed. Ira J. Church, Chrisman spent Sunday afternoon Treasurer of state, Frank T. Millis (R) 4,784, Lester E. Halloway (D) 4,619; Attorney General, James A. Emmert (R) 4,783, Hubert E. Wick-ens (D) 4,619; Superintendent of public Instruction, Clement T. Malan lit) 4,798, Robert B. Houghum D) 4,697; reporter of the supreme and appellate .courts, Fern Norris (R) 4,776, Clura Ward (D) 4,618; Judge 1 of the supreme court first district, Street. tl6x with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Ingrain Democrat organizations were Inacf running for re-election as county auditor, led with a total of 6,666 votes, or 1,668 more than the 3,988 ive and that Hlllmanltes were lead- i here' Rev. and Mrs. Goss, :U. B. Minister ng the Roosevelt forces. JOIN OIK :HKITMAH LAVA WAV Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Karaco's Jewelry ONE GUERNSEY HEIFER WITH week old calf. John Varda, Klun-dyke. tHx given to J. W. Slattery. here from Terre Haute, spent Sun- Roosevelt 4'arvlee 'lties Close behind and also a heavy It was in the great cities that Hhop. t28 Roosevelt rolled up his margin of Frank E. Gilkinson (R) 4,778, John RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. 1937 GMG 1V6 T HYDRAULIC dump truck. Herman White, R. 3, Clinton. tlx Five-ply passenger car tires. Plen First Run Features 8c 35c 2 W. Baumunk (D) 4,612: judge for Er" rork state third district. Howard S. Young, Sr. hTv rolln " 763,000 plurality in (R) 4,778, H. Nathan Swaim (D),New York citv- whe Dewey's up-a tan- irf- fifth rtimriei -Oliver Btute ld was slashed by defections ty of Ethyl and anti-freese. The PALACE TONITE Gas Market. 11-2-44 TWO DINING ROOM SUITES. TWO bedroom suites, miscellaneous furniture. 238 Mulberry. t07x favorite was Carl R. Biggs, seeking re-election as circuit clerk, whose total vote of 6,662 was the largest received by a Republican, but whose majority of 1,497 over Paul Foltz, with 4,066. was slightly smuller than Mr. Church's. Griffin Named Sheriff One of the most intensive campaigns seen in the county In reoeut years rewarded Loren Grlffiu, Republican cundidute for sheriff, with AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Starr IR) 4,669, Michaol L. Fans- in lar'!e industrial cities. In state ler (D) 4,896; Judge of the appel- afler alale' e carried the big cities late court first district. Frank Ham- an1 tlle Republican pluralities In Prompt Service. K. Todd at Ern IT'S ACTION ALL THE WAY! ies. Phone 8. t9x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-sll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f iltou (R) 4,632, Warren W. Martin Knm" "'ties, towns and farm areas (D) 4.612; Indue second district, JU8t wasn't enough to give Dewey BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WE HAVE some good wutormelons. McCrack Dun C. Flanagan (R) 4,683, Frank , victory. en Market, tf The outcome was forecast bv some U. Russell (D) 4,623. HICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Anto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, 6.4 69 votes and an impressive ma PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. 1 0, Cilntoa. fMM John Brewer. 1306 South Seventh Street. t84x BED DAVENPORT AND TWO jority of 1,325 over John Gamhill, Deniocrut whose total wos 4.144. State Representative Wesley Ma-lone has lost none of his popularity because he is In the aimed forces. rabid New Dealers and it did not surprise many neutral observers, who believed the result would be a landslide one way or the other. This was due to the fuct that millions of citizens refused to participate in polls and constituted a great bloc of "si burner oven. 416 South Sixth, t9x RENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South WANTED TO KENT Patton Drive Opens in Metz, Nancy Sector t Continued from pace 1 1 iourth Slreot. Phone 464. t80f HALE HELP WANTED lent voters." These "silent voters" apparently supported Roosevelt en masse and the President remained "the champion." 2 ROOMS FURNISHED APART-ruent in private home for serviceman's wife and one child, 21 months. Notify, 306 North Third Street. t8x COLUMBIA ht m! C'SSteKww-. THE HUOK-MANDEB K omtctto HOWARD HAWKS - -'rSj Second Feature VS'i-ieSi'J The Three Mesqniteers Vflk BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clliitonian. FOB KENT HELP WANTED verted to the mop up stage and the Allied 21st Army .group aligned it Democrats Hold Decisive Control In Senate Votes (Continued from page 1) FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING rooms, close In. 239 Vine St. 18c MQDERN FURNISHED APART-nient, close in. 416 So. 3rd St. 2tf FAD) NOTICES self along the Wuas (Meuse) River. The Sixth Army group composed of the American Seventh Army and the French First Army eked out new WANTED MAN OR WOMAN 25-46 to bundle established coffee and grocery route in and around Clinton. Car furnished and expenses paid. Guaranteed salaries plus commissions with steady employment now and after duration. State qualifications. Write Box 442-X co Clliitonian. tsr Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE Stars On Parade " With Lynn Merrick NOTICE! A Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & A. M. called meeting Wed ne gains on the battlefields of -eastern France but progress there was no spectacular. Buttle In Church The Yanks and Germans battled at such close quarters inside Vossenack that at one time, front dispatches said, troops of the First Army and Naai forces both were Inside St. day, Nov. 8, 7 p. ni. Work in E. A degree. John Griffith, W. M. Charles MAN OR WOMAN BETWEEN THE ages of 18 and 40 for meat counter work. Apply at Kroger's. t8 llcans eight, with five still undecided. Early returns which Indicated net Republican gains were rapidly being changed so that contests were thrown into the doubtful column. The late returns Indicated defeat of Sen. James J. Davis, 71-year old Pennsylvania Republican; made uncertain victory for Ohio's Sen. Rob-bert A. Taft, but assured a Republican success In Indiana. Late ro-j turns, however, favored H. Alexand Starting Thursday WALLACE BERRY - MARJORIE MAIN in "JACKASS MAIL' Brown, Sec. t7 NOTICE! IOOF Chicken Supper Thursday at 6:30 p. in. at the hull. Oddfellows Joseph's Church, in the center of the town. American mobile forces ground their way across muddy terrain un Brother of Clinton Woman Keceives Posthumous Medal Mrs. Grace Jilmmerly Wilber, Paris, 111,, recently received the Silver and Rebekahs families invited. All Rebekahs asked to bring a dish of er Smith (R) to win a Democratic salad or vegetables. tt7 Star and a citation for exceptional bravery, which had been awarded to senate seat In New Jersey. Thirteen JncunilieliU Win Larry Parks PLUS HelFs Crossroads With Karen Morely Tom Keene John Qualen NOTICE TKIJCKEIM! der Gerinuu fire in an effort to punch the enemy out of his strong-j points. The Germans at the same time strove to bring up more and ; more guns in an attempt to smash I the Yank assaults. Frequently sending blunket barrages into the Amer nih Vein Geneva Coal, y mil,, ner son, Technician James W. Wil. Democratic incumbents assured of back of Geneva Tavern. Norton ber, brother of Mrs. Cecil McCIeary creek Coal Co. tf rouie two, Clinton, who was killed 9c WED. & THIR. 35c Hugh Herbert Comedy "OH BABY" Bargain Matinee Thur. 9 & 25c 2:00-2:30 F, M. in action in France. election were: Hill, Alabama: Hay den, Arizona; Pepper, Florida; George, Georgia; Lucas, Illinois; Barkley, Kentucky; Overton, Louisi-ana; Tydlngs. Maryland; McCarran ine citation read as follows: "For PCKOk exceptional bravery In rescuing ican positions. Airmen Aid Battle . Although the weather was none to favorable for air support, some THEfVCTlRES wounded soldier lying In an eneinv Nevada; Wagner, New York; Flmer Thomas. Okla.; Johnston. South Car NOTICE! J10 reward for information and return of girl's bicycle taken from John Fullniun home at Lyford. t07x LOST " BLACK AND WHITE MALE GOAT. minefield, under concentration of THURSDAY lluv More liomls American Thunderbolt fighter-bomb heavy enemy artillery fire. The res ers got over the battle sectors and hurled l.nno-pound bombs down on cue party had almost cleared the ar ea when a mine exploded, killing one the German-held section of Vosse 1005 Miller St. t09x officer and fatally wounding another neck. The target Area was aflame olina; Elbert Thomas. Utah. On the face of returns the Democrats also had elected: Fullbright. Ark.; Downey, Calif.; McKlttrick, Missouri; Hoye, North Carolina; Moses. North Dakota; Magnuson, Washington and McMahon, Connecticut. Republicans had elected: Hlcken- W M With Lai iCi FOUND orticer and Technician Wilber, whose dauntless courage, above and beyond the call of duty, to save a comrade at the cost of his own life, is a mark within a short time. On Walcheren island troops of the Canadian First Army held a solid line running through Veere. Middle- KEYS ON KEY CASE, IN FRONT of Stevenson Lumber Co. Owner looper, Iowa; Reed, Kansas; Salton ed tribute to him and reflects great may have by identifying, and pay Men Henry Rocks The Cradle! ki1 -" 1 Ayjy ,t t.y (... ho. Ik. tafcy i stall, Mass.; Morse and Cordon, Ore creuu upon the military service." Ing for this ad. t09 Admission 9c and 20c Lost Angel With Margaret O'Brien James Craig Marsha Hunt "Mountain Angler" RKO Sport Reel "Lucky Cowboy" Paramount Musical Parade burg and Flushing. Sole resistance 011 this Scheldt Estuary Island remained east of Domburg but the enemy already was considered powerless to continue blocking the water route to Antwerp. Help Wanted Female gon: Gurney, South Dakota; Aiken Vermont. Wiley, Wisconsin and To-bey, Now Hampshire. Nye is Defeated Memories of 1918 To Be Theme of CHS Program "Memories of 191S" will be Hie nn'l a Bl mmmi tr any ' fi is 1 r r m i WOMAN OPERATOR 25, 40 TO take orders and deliver groceries Sell. Gerald Nye (R) North Dako ta, attacked as an "isolationist," ap main theme of the Armistice Day parently fell victim of a three-corn program to be held Friday at 11: 16 Standing Timber The U. S. Joreat service estimate! 1,763,651.000,000 board feet of Handing timber of saw log size in ered race in which Gov. John Moses in the Clinton High School Gymna to established customers in and around Clinton, Ind. Straight salary plus commissions, company car furnished aud expenses paid. See Mr. Ward. Clinton Hotel, Monday through Wednesday. t7 became the first Democrat to be e- sium. lected senator from the state. Betty Strimaltis will be the narra tor of the program which will con The Republicans had ousted one Democrat In the victory of Gov. Uourke Hickenlouper, Iowa, over sist of songs of World War I bv FOB LEASE George Chenliall. Max Johnson, Wil liam Little, Flovd Giilnn Paul Sen. Guy Gillette, who had opposed a fourth term nomination. Fletcher and Ansit Harpold; and po AvulU (ft Vmugert f U'later tSklddlmft etry by Reno Foil. Bob Council). MIAMI 4 FOR LEASE IN NO. ,6 coal. Call at Miami mine. Model A truck for sale. to8x EMPLOYMENT WANTED V AtTOtt Y -CONTHOIXIEB Pete Airola. Dorothy Mae Smith. SalloiMlall Defeat Landslide Gov. Leverett Saloustall of Massachusetts established a national reputation for vote-getting ability by winning for senator against a Roose- Margie Petty, and Dorothy Guinn. Mrs. Margaret McWelhv aud Mrs Esteline Heaty of the faculty will MAN WANTS PART TIME ployment. Phone 411. velt landslide. sponsor the program. 1 mm HECAPPIUTG 7.C0 NO OTHKIt OPFUKti OV: 1 r. rd A CamHkM. t. Pi-ttfupt Jfcvvk . 3. All Hrli hy KarfeM- -TnuaMd Kit-ta. 4. Foil JIMMY LYD0N TT ' K V i v. WAC Fare According to the Third WAC Training Center at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga about AVi pounds of food per day per WAC are prepared. Of this about 6 per cent is left as edible waste; and this S per cent does not mean only food scraps left on trays, but also includes leftovers. Ma B.i:u i laJM nr. riaMNIl IrMUMte SURELY AFTER 65 Years of Service Thousands of People Who Have Patronized Us, and Still Do. Can't Go Wrong. Let Us Talk to You When You Need Up to $:ju(l. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 228 Blackmail St. Phone 62 POLAND'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY ! 214 80. Main St., Clinton Phone T.fJ . i .. pi ivrnv iwn flauTied Mi Sell Most Anytnmf. I

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