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Tuesday, November 28, 1944
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Tuesday, November 28, 1944 THEvDAILY CLINT ONI AN Page Six 1 OPA Revises Procedure For Rationing Fuel Oil WASHINGTON. D. C. A revis Shakeup Seen As Stettinius Enters Cabinet (Continued P'otn Page 1) BUSINESS SERVICES HOPE CHEERS vS8 .'Kv. a ::': i.'MKite''''" ........-..".-. ' ' ' """ COMEDIAN BOB HOPE is shown at the bedside of seven-year-old Patricia Attaway, a victim of. leukemia, in Chicago. He paid a visit to her ti cheer her up while she awaits the return of her dad, a petty officer wi h the Seebees In the South Pacific war theatre. (International) loins which they cunnot control of correct. shewn in i improving I , imm. the LWIl iteostmg VITALITY! t f J c J Promote IM Improper diet, overwork, undue wor- , ries, colds, the flu or other illness often impairs the stomach's digestive functions and reduces the red-blood strength. A person who Is operating on only a 70 to 75';;, healthy blood volume tr a stomach digestive capacity of only 50 to 6Q'7o normal Is (severely handicappeiJ. At such times Nature needs extra help to restore iLo wuianco unci function properly. Undigested food places a tax on the system... insui-lcient blood strength Ik a' detriment to good health. If you are subject to poor digestion or suspect deficient red-blood as the cause of your trouble, yet have no organic complication or focal infection, bSS Tonic may be just what you need! ESS Tonic Is especially designed (1) to promote the flow Of VITAL DIGESTIVE JUICES in the ptomach and (2) to build- . up BLOOD STRENGTH when deficient. These two important results enable you to enjoy the food you do eat ... to make use o( It as Nature intended. Thus you may get new vitality . . . pep . . become animated . . . more attractive! ' Build Sturdy Health And Help America Win Thousands and thousands of users have trsttnud to the benefits SSS Tonic has brought to them pnrt scientific research ahows that tt gets results that's why so many nay "SSS Tonic builds sturdy health rnukns you feel like yourself again." At drugstores in lOand 20oz.sizes.S.S.8,Co. TONTC hctpi build STURDY HEALTH !)c FINAL Tl'E. 40c Cartoon News TWO SHOWS ONLY Features Start 0:30-9:10 P. M. AND THREE WOMEN SlSSgTesuStsi r 3 ed procedure for issuing fuel oil "hardship" rations to consumers in the east coast and middle west areas was announced today by tho Office of Price Administration. No increase in regular rations is involved, OPA emphasised, instead, as was the case last year, a hardship ration will be Issued only to consumers who have taken all reasonable measures to conserve oil but still need more for ileal and hot water to avoid undue hardship. The principal change made is that after an a'nlfentioii is approved, Io ta! rationing boards will issue a hardship ration sufficient to moot the consumer's needs for Ihe bal ance of I lie heating season, rut her than Just a ration sufficient to tide him over until his next regular coupons become good. OPA said this will relieve the boards of having to review applications from the same person In suc-coHHivn heating period, and will also save dealers niinic roiis small deliveries. Hardship rations are designed for consilium's who fare heating prob- LADY NEARLY CHOKED WHILE LYING IN BED-DUE TO STOMACH GAS One liuly Mild n few days ago Hint she ihoiI In lie nil jiiit In go In bell ut iiIkIH. KIio as suolleii ullli stomach ens. which always (lot worse nlien she went to hcil, nuil Hie uas would ilse iii in her throat after she lay down nnil would nearly choKe her. She couldn't lie flat. Had to prop herself up on pillows. Ite-cenlly tills lady not MUII-IIKLI and now sum dm Is none, sloliiacli feels fine, bowels lire regular llild she call go to In il and sleep soundly. i:ltll-lli:l,P contains 12 (irent Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, net. on Nlugish liver and kiiliici. Miserable pie soon reel different till over. So ilnil't go on surrorini:; Get Lltll-lll'I.P. Willie's (Kcuill) Plllll'llliicy Drug Store. Wanted To Buy Used Cars HIGHKST CASH .'KICKS PAID WILSON, JUSTICE AND OSELLA AUTO SALES (Koniicrly Coleiiiaii Aiilo Co.) THE PCTURES Ituy Mori' IUmmU ONF MAN h UralM Day Sign Htt Dinnit O'Kvafc Ccrnl ThwntM by CfCft OiMIUI ... f', GARY CECIL "The k Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Firat day Insertion: 8c (or each reading line (one column line, like one ot these ). Next two daya Insertion: the same le charge (you get three days at double the cost ot the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 80 charge (you- get a whole Keek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (Uke this) 10c per line. All classified ads including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose Jbllla must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment FOR SALE NICE LITTLE FOUR ROOM HOUSE with full basement. $875. GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE, CORNER lot, good location, $1,000. BRICK BTORE BUILDING AND dwelling In Jonestown, $300. Easy payments. O. F. HOUSTON t22 Christmas Cnnl Dcslsns are runnings low anil many are being cancelled every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with names Imprinted, but better order yours today. See tho designs still available at The Dully t'llntoniiin Office. HEATING STOVES, ALL SIZES. One laundry stove. Furniture. 628 South 8th Street. Tuiiey's Place. t23x Richards. It's Funny To Everyone But Me, vocal by Frank Sinatra. Harry James Orchestra. 50c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. USED FURNITURE, HEATERS, chest drawers, bed, springs, kitchen sink, chairs, dressers, ranges, Martin's. 655 Vine Street. t27x TWO WHEEL TRAILER. A-l PRE-war tires. 1316 South Fourth Street. t22x MAN'S NEW ALL WOOL OVER-coat size 40, two bird cages. 715 So. 6th St. t22x USED ARMY SHOES. HELLO'S Shoe Shop. 300 North Ninth Street. t4x SPECIAL SHORT SALAMI, FOR boys in service. Clinton Sausage Co. t21 ItltK K, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Farts Co. Ernie's, Phone 8, Clinton. 8."tf FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f HEATING STOVE. VERNON CLUD-er, Telephone 1024-1. t27x NINE FEEDING SHOATS. ED RIL-ey, Route Two, Clinton. t22s NINE FEEDING SHOATS. ED RIL-ey, route two, Clinton. t22 ODD PIECES OF FURNITURE. 281 North Fourth Street. t21x CIRC ULATO r" HEATER. 759 North 8th Street. t22x PAID NOTICES CHRISTMAS CARD DESKiNS ARE running low and many ore being cancelled every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with names imprinted, but better order yours today. See the designs still available at The Daily Clin-tonian Office. NOTICE! $25 Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person who entered office of Cemetery sexton at Riverside Cemetery. Saturday night, Nov. 25. t23 FOR RENT SMALL TWO'ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Water and heat furnished. Close to business district. t23x 39 Hudson "6" passenger coupe. 30,000 miles. Actually looks and runs like new. 36 Dodge Touring Sedan. Good Tires. 35 Plymouth Coach. Good Tires. Easy Terms. WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA AUTO SALES. LEUKEMIA VICTIM k'"Sv nesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cooke. Rev. and Mrs. Smith called on Ella Thompson and daughter ilylvla Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Howlett nnd daughter Claudia and Thelma Nic-kie visited the former's brother Will and wife in Georgetown, 111. Thursday. Elias Ingrain and Leslie Middle and wife of near St. Ilernlce visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Cooke. Mrs. Howard Smart, Norman Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. 13. C. Cooke called the past wepk on Mrs. F. 1). Cooke, who has been ill. IW A.F.L Convention Repeats Invitation To Lewis, U.M.W. . (Continued from page 1) The resolutions committee report said CIO leaders were responsible for the "confusion, bitterness and discord" within the ranks of labor, but added that the AFL's duty was "to , work steadily for conferences leading to the ,consumation of unity." Utile Ilopw for Unity Despite the AFL executive council's protestations in behalf of American labor unity, there was little real hope among the GOO delegates here that any material progress would result. The CIO already has spurned peace offers. Green rejected an invitation for the AFL to attend the world trade union congress at London In January, a meeting which the CIO wholeheartedly has endorsed. IN'.teet Parley Plans The convention also listened attentively to the plea of Arthur Horner, British delegate, that the AFL sit down with Russian representa-ties at the London labor parley, but applauded Green when lie spurned the invitation. Soviet Spearheads Plunge into East Czech Railheads i Continued from page 1) Tlie Soviet comnnmique was si-lout on the action in Hungary but 1 broudcast liy Col. Krnst von Hammer, the Nazi DNO attency commen-Lutor whicli was heard in London idmitted the Germans had retreated to the south of Budapest. At the ir.nie time Berlin admitted' Nazi retreats in eastern Czechoslovakia to i "shorter front line, (.atria llaltle Flares Moscow reported renewed fighting In Latvia to the west of the rail center of Jelgava where a German infantry division, supported hy tanks and self-propelled guns, launched 10 savage counter-attacks. Each thrust was thrown hack, the Soviet rom-inuilluiie said, with the result that more than 200 German officers and men were annihilated. Five Nazi iiinkR and self-propelled guns were tlest royed. Moscow also disclosed that planes from the Red Kleet in the Baltic had sunk a 3,oon-ton Nazi transport off the Baltic port of Libeau. Parisian Puppeteers Paris had puppet shows in the days of Louis XIV. Puppeteers toured the French provinces in covered wagons before the war, with Punch and Judy performing within the wagons for street audiences. Parisian puppet shows were not confined to Punch and Judy. There were scores of parts and dozens of plots, with performances for youngsters in the Tuileries Gardens, and for their elders in the Grand Guignol in Rue Chaptai. Strinee Customs ' "Asiatic" is another interesting marine word. It is used sometimes to describe a marine who has served a long "hitch" (period of enlistment) in the Orient and has taken on strange ways and customs. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 8th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L 8 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawfora 63109 T-flre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FKEE of charge by Dwiggins and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 60. t5xf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tlCf JOIN OUR CHRITMAS LAYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faiaco's Jewelry Shop. tas RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and nnti-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. RENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 Soulh Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f HELP WANTED WANTED MAN OR WOMAN 25-45 to handle 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 Clintonian. t6f MAN OR WOMAN WANTED TO supply customers with famous Watkins products in Clinton. No Investment. Business established, earnings average $40 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins Co., D-94, Winona, Minn. tlOx MALE HELP WANTED MAN MIDDLE AGE OR PAST FOR filling station, with experience, preferred. Call after 4 p. m. Hoosier Pete. t24x BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Apily , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. FEMALE HELP WANTED WAITRESS. HOURS5-12. CRANES. PUBLIC NOTICE ttlKTH CEKTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Martha Joan McConnaughey has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth, determined. Said petition is net for hearing on the 5th day of December, 1944. CARL It. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Card of Thanks May we take this method of thanking our many friends and neighbors for their lovely gifts and remembrances on the occasion of our Silver wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Carl James, With The OompUmeats Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for Dorothy L. Koontz ' 124 North Jackson Just Come la And Ask For Them I Watch This Space Every Day YOCB NAME MAT BE NEXT LOAN CO. Phone 62 INDIANA Hull nt the Nuvy Hospital, asked Hull to name the man lie would most like to see as his successor. Rumor has it that Hull's choice was Stettinius, unci that the President agreed. Ntetllnliis to Name Assistant An nuthorltalie source informed International News Service that the President, when ho offered Stettinius the top enhlnet Dost, also invited him to make his own recommendation for undersecretary. This was a different procedure than the President followed with Cordell Hull. In each instance, Mr. Roosevelt named a personal choice to the unilersecretaryshlp. The last time was when he named Stettinius himself, following tho split between Hull and Sumner Welles, another Roosevelt appointee. However, unlike the latter coolness between Hull and Welles, the old and tho new seerelarles of stale got along In litter cordiality. Plans Further ReoiKiuilwitlon State Department sources indicate that Stettinius will shortly announce the Identity of I lie new undersecretary. He is nlso reported to he planning further personal changes In Hie department in nil efrort to build up an organization to meet the great problems of perfecting world peace In the postwar era. NEWS OF MEN IN THE SERVICE (Continued from PaKe One) Va. anil Camp Nn.vnelH. Ph. lie Has been overseas since Jinn'. KH4. U.S.A. Mrs. Ariics Iloliannon of l'nlvorsnl has received word front iier son, Pfc. Alexander Curudo, and lie U now stationed somewhere In Euiiland with a Paratrooper division. Pfc. Corado linn been scrvlnsj overseas since AtiKust, 1944. Mrs. Iloliannon has two other sous in I In1 sen Ices. U.S.A. Pvt. Charles A. Corado is spending n 14 day leave with Ills wife and children of St. Ilernlce, He will report to Camp Croft, H. C, Dec. 3. U.8.A. Paul Kulk. son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fulk of Miller HI reel has lieen promoted o Hie rank of Ken;eniil. He is now st-ulloned al Cump Swift, Texas. Classified Ads Sell Most Anything COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE A NIGHT OF ADVENTURE With Tom Conway Audrey Long PLUS UP IN MABEL'S With Marjorie Reynolds Dennis O'Keefe Gail Patrick THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c ONCE UPON A TIME With Cary Grant Janet Blair "Twenty Years After" MGM Short "Alaskan Frontier" Warner Short Avoid the Dangers No Ration Certificate Needed POLAND'S HOME il l 3U, .'1.11 Phone 1 S. 1J Yank Airmen Take Up Attacks On Lcyte Garrison (Continued from page I) keted on all three aides by American Infantrymen and dismounted cavalrymen. (ion. MacArthur reported that air activity on Loyte was "minor," but lie disclosed that four enemy planes were shot down. Formations of heavy and medium bombers, escorted by fighters, struck heavily attain in the Visayas group, ilumpliif; 105 tons of bombs on airdromes on Cebu and Nesros Islands. Down Kijclit Interceptors Runways were seriously damaged, and a narked bomber was destroyed, and during the course of the raid. the escorting fighters shot down eight out of 30 Japanese planes which attempted interception. Tighter-bombers nlso struck at. MiiHbuto Island, north of Leyte, de-slroyinK buildings, bombing the airdrome nnd hilling bivouac and supply areas. Yankee night pnrtol planes soar ing over Puerto Princesa, on Pala wan iKland. west of Negros. spotted three barges nnd sank them, the communique related. Minilaiuio Aiiilroiue Hit Tho M a 1 1 mi airdrome on Minda nao Island, largest southern island of the Philippines, came In for another heavy pumnieliiiK by heavy bombers which dropped 40 tons on the runways, causing severe damage. Kneiny planes which attempted to raid American positions on Moro-lal Island In the Moluccas were warded off by our night fighters nnd ground batteries. Pour Jap nlunes were bliiHted out of the air by Hie fighters and untl - aircraft guns during what MacArthur term ed the "light" raid. , Quaker News Of Interest Moores Visit Family In Waynetown; Guests Call at Cooke Residence Pnv nn1 Mrs Tinv Morford Of Newport were dinner guests Thursday of Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Smllh. Vernon Walthall of Vermillion r.mve ill. rnlled Mondav at the home of his father A. J. Walthall. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weatherman and daughter Linda Lou of near Wavelnml called Saturday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Cooke. Joe Yoiimans of West field spenl Thanksgiving at the home of his father H. H. Youinans here. Mrs. You-mnn nnd iwn sons will accompany him back and they will make their home thorp. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Cooke and daughter Alice. Mrs. Howard Kmart, and Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Cooke have called the past week al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cooke nenr Dana. Mr. and Mrs. I.. J. Moore visited the hitter's brother Jonotlian Kills and family nenr Waynetown, Thursday. Rupert Conklln of Norfolk, Va ot Winter SUItldlmgt FACTOIIY-l'O.VTHOLLED ItECAPPING 7.00 n.oo-ia XO OTHER OFFKIES YOl": r.rtdf A tualitr CatnrtlMM-k. Prompt Rrrvi-e . . All urk lr Fartory-Tminrtl Kxprrt. - I1'"! liuarant. 5. Fxmom Flrelie (imr-irlp Tread !. ign. & AUTO SUPPLY Minv'ii 7.S3 ff&tSf'K n Ciry'1 Mo,c t Culling Adventure COOPER , D. DeMILLE'S Story of Dr. Waj.ell" IN UCHNICOLOR . 2 PALACE :;rc WIIOIMYS! J'll OJlffMANCE DON "Rf 0" i.v,-" I " ThtFRliCOnRy'LflMGni HIS IBM) in MqCico t 0h V TOM CONWAY ."'. MABTHA MarVlfAK tum,m.- JfA mm EXTRA! GLOBAL A I It KOITKS 3 - BIG DAYS STARTING Till KSDAV Famous Radio Stars You Can Refinance a Lot of Your Troubles Away With a Security Loan Up to $300. Come In ... A Friendly Firm. FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY &( in HEAVENLY DAYS" SECURITY Jit Blackmaa St. CLINTON,

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