The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 8, 1944 · Page 8
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December 8, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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Friday, December 8, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tage Eight 31 Select a That Will Reflect Your Sentiment Judgement Throughout And Good The Year BUSINESS SERVICES in B 3. 81 USEFUL GIFTS FOR THE HOME Large, Framed Genuine Cory MIRRORS ..... $4.95 Coffee Makers... $3.75 Fadded Kitchen WILSON DART CAME STEP-STOOLS . . , $3.95 Two Cames in One $1.79 n m -a 3K ft m SS m :- if; You Can't Beat This For The Man Who Likes Tools LAKGE WELDED STEEL CAR . . . Seal Beam Light $2.98 Duty Battery $5.85 Wax Free Motor Oil 8e $6.45 I- S5.S5 FULL LINE OF HAND TOOLS Tii :ai j Paul Hungerford 202 SOUTH MAIN Clif SherriH j Donienlrk Gurlno, same 111.80 John W. Carlthers. same " 96.70 H. S. Call, same 162.54 O. F. Houston, same 162.78 John D. Todd, sania 137.90 Daily Clintonian, election expense 87.50 Daily Clintonian, same 74.03 Stevenson Lumber So., same 55.85 Floyd Cordrey, same 2.25 James Porter, same 5.45 Robert Madison, snmo 40.00 Adam Dunsmore, same 75.35 Clinton 5 & 10 Store, same 14.76 S. o. Harlan, same 3.15 Modern School Supply, sumo 13.28 Modern School Supply, sumo 40.96 Curl R. Biggs, same 32.70 Howard E. Watson. soldier burial 75.00 Frist Funeral Home, name 75.00 R. H. Kersey, same 75.011 Dana News, public prtg. 44.08 Dally Clintonian. same 141.119 Dally Clintonian. same 21.00 Art Kennedy, miners exam, board 12.00 Ed. Ruby, same 12.0" Ernest Johnson, same 12.00 T. R. Woodburn Prig. Co.. pros, altys. exp. 1-90 Carl R. Biggs, registration 167.83 Carl R. Biggs, election oxp. 125.00 Byron Buntain, same 12.". 00 Herbert Sawyer, same 125.00 Dora Harger.same 129,50 Margaret Vincent, same 129.50 Ruth Owens, same 60.00 Lewis Sims, same 10.00 Austin Hollon, same 10.00 Carl R. Biggs, same 17.87 Clias. E. Roach, same 6.14 Harvey Robert3. same 3.85 Frank Wolter. election board expense 135.70 C. M. Sallsgaver, same 151.00 Edwin Brown, same 145.75 Theodore Jensen, same 151.00 Harold McGlosson, same I 139.50 Chas. Hosford. same 193.00 Russell Kyger. same 135.75 William While, same MO. 70 Keith Youinans, election bor.'d expense 148.00 James P. Elder, sumo 151.00 A. N. Terry, same 13 1.90 Floyd Herrich. same 151.00 Carl Myers, same 141.00 James Price, same 145.75 June Woolf, lame 112.25 James S. Myers, same 1 I 1.00 It. F. Fanlone. same 151.00 Frank Muzarel'i. sumo 1 1 1 oo ltay Walter, same 151.00 Dorothy Koontz. same 183.00 George Fariington. same 141.00 Ray P. Dyer, name - 151.00 Edward J. Ilardie. same 141.00 Bertha Richardson, same -- 115.75 Anna Dcnzero, same 188.25 Anion Fcnoglio, same 190.50 Frank Rhonnr, same 151.00 Florence G. Dogger, same 191.50 Hoy Butts, same 191.56 Cecil Anstead. same 151.00 Thomas Griffith, same 184.00 Bert Johnson, same 186.25 Albert. Henderson, same 170.50 James Pinson. court Iioubc fuel 44.50 , James Pinson. jail fuel 47.30 GRAVEL ROAD REPAIR Jess Jenkins Ifloo.oo Ward Farrington 27.60 Jess Jenkins 21.26 Standard Materials 8.02 Galion Iron Works 6.05 Indiana Equip. Co. 14.34 Thompton Machine, and Welding Co. 327.07 Sauerman Bros. Inc. 1.69 i Lane Clark 39.98 j Ohio Oil Co. 570.24 Galion Iron Works .60 C. E. Dunham . 8.10 C. E. Dunham 25.20 CRM KT I) 1 1 V M KM 0 1 1 1 A LS MOM .MEN IS mill M AltkEltS Torre lliulle Moniiinenl Co. lli;i.L V. I I I K 1'hoiiP 8K2 ItcpritpntiitlVf! 41111 H. Bi'veiith, Clinton Useful Gift S Surprise New US Blow Slices Jap Forces on Leytc (Continued from page 1) troops under the command of ,Maj. (len. Andrew Hruce were "rapidly advancing northward" cutting the Japanese lines between northern and southern forces and leaving the enemy open to attack from three other American columns advancing from Hie north, east und south. (A dispatch from Howard Han-dlemun. International News Service war correspondent with the Seventy-Seventh Division, reported that the Americans are up agulnst a heavily reinforced Japanese garrison at Or-moc. Ilandleman said that there are now more Japanese troops on Leyte than tiierc were when MacArthlir's forces first invaded Ihe east coast October 20. At that time there were an estimated 35,000 enemy troops on the island.) While the landing troops pushed forward ashore, the convoy from which Ihe operation was launched Was attacked by Japanese planes with the result that one United Slates destroyer and a small transport which had already unloaded were severely damaged by aerial torpedoes and abandoned by their crews. In the dual aerial battle centering on American and Japanese convoys. 62 Japanese planes were shot out of Ihe sky while five American aircraft were lost. All American air PCKO THSPCrURES llliv More Itonds FOR THE Geiiuine GE Driving 15 I'lafe Heavy 18 Months Two Gallon Winter Trojan Double Auto Horn Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Firat day Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same le charge (you get three day at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole dee five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Bach group of throe days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c -r line. Ail classified ads Including mem- r.T.A nnHroa nf nil kinds UlllSt be paid In advance except those bv ' regular customers wnose account ire paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking thf publication of the r.otlce will bo held responsible for lu payment. FOK SALE FOUR HOMES, T1IKEH, FOUR AND five rooms; one with one acre and one with two acres. Also stoves and furniture. Real bargain taken at once. One mile south of Iliils-sale, old Charlie Dale's place. Inquire of C. 1L Farrell, Hillsdale, K. R. 1. tjllx ONE GUITAR WITH CONCERT case, one victrola, two Coleman lights, one pre-war ice cream freezer, one pre-war porch swing and household goods. Wyatt House, Lyford. t34x 1-KrJSIi WJAU IXAVM, wuii.Mir.o, tangerines, tangoloes. kutmiuals, seedless grapefruit. All tree ripened. No color lidded. Large paper shell pecans. McCracken's Market. t32 SEMI MODERN HOUSE. Hi 04 South 3rd. Occupied by owner. Will give Immediate possession. Some one can get a good buy. 11. S. Call. Phone 3 2ii. t2'J 40 WHITE ROCK PULLETS, SIX months old. One half mile west of Fairvlew School, Hen II. Miller. t:iOx TABLE MODEL RADIO $18.00; cabinet model radio .f 18.00 and 22 rifle and toys, (i 0 :j N. 3rd Street. 13 Ix VERY GOOD USED GASOLINE pressure stove, built In oven, broiler. Nice looking, cheap. 1-15 7 South 4th SI. t31 COL. 3(1738 T)ON'T TAKE YOUR Love From Me, vocal by Lynn Richards. It's Funny To Everyone But Me, vocal by Frank Sinai ra. Harry James Orchestra. 50c plus tax. Wliitu'H Pharmacy. 19.15 MASTER MODEL CIIEVRO-let Sedan. 4 18 South Fourth Street. 69 3-W. I30x SLIGHTLY USED BAIIY PASSU nette, reasonable. 802 So. 6th SI. Lliix CHRISTMAS TREES. GET YOURS now while selections are complete. McCracken's Market. 132 ONE SMALL WHITE ENAMEL coal range. Good condition. S 1 5 South Fifth Street. t.'iox CHILD'S ALL METAL RUIIIIER tire scooter and tricycle. Dawson. Stop 31. Clinton Line. 129. INTER - SPRING M A T T It E S S. China closet and buffet. Call at 1221 South 4th Street. I30x FOUR ROOMS OF FURNITURE for quick sale. Call mornings. 210 Fifth and Davis Street. ti'ii.v SLIGHTLY USED HOT WATER car heaters. Hoosicr Pete Station. t2!l HUH K, A X Y KIND YOU WANT, f Union Auto Wrecking Purls fit. Ernie's, Phone M, ( Union. M.'.lf Fit" T I fV E I NC O A I C 1 1 A 1 1 1. 1 K R . l''erguson. Phone 136-W. 17-17-14 f TURKEY, STEVE YEAGEII, WEST Vine St. Phone llill-R. GROCERY COUNTER, 2 SLEDS. Jesse Mtideli, Lyford. t.'IO iiedTsphings and doll iiuggy. 306 Walnut St. Ulu iltOKE TREE DOG. CALL U.o. After p. m. call S5I-W. Uliix NEW 1IAIIY BED. PHONE Inir. Ring 4. I -n v (1(11 III ISIIII I.I.MIIL'lt. I.KMC'S. Phone H. ( Union. Ml fTfTII VEIN COAL. CALL IiH2 .1. I I fix FOK RENT MODERN FURNISHED-AI'AIIT-in, at, close In. 415 South Thinl Street. 1241 Wanted to Buy, Soil or Trade USED FURNITURE, STdVE, ETC. T. F. Rigsby, 142 So. .Main. I2:ix FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tiros and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Kecapplng neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Dogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD ANIMALS KEMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8301 or Crawford 63109 Tyrre Haute or Dana 142B. We pay all phono, charges. John Wuchtel Co., Terre Haute. 1137 IJKAI) AMMALS ltEJJOVKI VHKE of charge by Dwiggiiis and Suns, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse c harges. Diuia Feed Service, Dana, I'hone 50. t5xf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFR1GKH-ation Service. Commercial and Domeslic. F. L. llonubrake, 1'lione 1034-4 Clinton or 1U5-J-2, Mon-te.uma. 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Me Crackon's Market. lllif RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger ear tires. Plenty o Ethyl and unti-l'rceze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 Till 'fit DISIVICKS (i(X)l) COAL AT all times. No walling. Paved road, a Miles west of ('Union, lliiel lilul'l'. S & ( foal Co. taSx BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. ('Union Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. RENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 40ii South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f PAD) NOTICES NOTICK! The Cllnlonian regrets Hull lute (hilsiniiis caul orders received for the follow inK persons have been cancelled by (lie company. Mr. and Mis. Carl Vraliir, Mr. mid Mrs. Delbert linker, The llolllngs-noilb, The .lacksons. We are Inking this nieiins of nn-lil'ying lliein ns we do not have their addresses on file. The orders for Huffman, (iligllrl-inetli, and fosla are now obtainable at the office. tf NOTICK! All members of Local Union 2274. Crown Hill No. 0 are requested to lie present at n Special Meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 12. 6 to 7 p. in. To vote on internal ional and district No. 1 I officers UMW of A. Committee will reporl on Portal to Portal Pay cane now pending. Jim TiiomaK. President Louis Chubb, Fin. Sec'y. 131 NOTICK! All Women of the Moose are ask-,wl In brine a covered dish for tin luncheon to he served at the Mooso I Club rooms following the district i meeting, Sunday afternoon. Please try and have them ut the club rooms l)V 3:30 II. m. t2!lx NOTICE! J'ish fry at (he Cozy Coiner. Friday niglil, Dec. S. I2!!x NOTICE! Booster ('lull rummage sale. 219 South Main, 9 a. in., December 8. MALE II ELI' WANTED MAN WANTED IN EACH COUNTY as Hired Representative of well known oil company. Immediate steady income for man with ear. Write P. T. Webster. 572 Standard Building. Cleveland 13. Ohio. 12'Jx HOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Cllnlonian. FEMALE HELP WANTED WOMAN-OR UIIIL FOR HOl'SK-eleaning. Call at 1110 South Eighth Street between 1 1 a. in. to 1 p. m. 1 3 1 x WAITRESS. HOURS 5-12. CRANES. t29x 11 FX I WANTED WANTED - MAN' OR WOMAN 25-45 to handle established coffee end grocery route in and around Clin-, ton. Car furnished and expenses I paid. Guaranteed salaries il iih commissions with steady employ-, inent now and utter duration, j State qualifications. Write Box 4 42-X eo Cllnlonian. ir,f CLINTONIAN - .NEWS CARRIER boys for route op, n on seventh, eighth, and ninth slreels. Call 32 CPnloniau Onire. LOST IIRlAVN STEIOR HIDE BILLFOLD Willi S. S. Card. Flense return ar-licles. keep money to 939 Blackmail Street. Reward. SHELL RIM CLASSES AND CASE. Wedii'sd:y morning in 3on block on Main Sheet. Phone 753-lt 1. t31x WANTED TO BUY PORTABLE VICTROLA EITHER electric or hand wound. Wilinn Gross, call G12-.M after 5:00 p. ni. t;io. BOY'S (loll. BICYCLE. GOOD Phone 556-J. CONDI-t30 PUBLIC NOTICES (7IIMSVll,F.I IN NOVKMHKK ALLOWED IX IH;i KMIILIt TKKM, IIMI GENERAL FUND: Citizens Telephone Co., service 61-5 Carl Biggs, mileage 22.20 Slorkwell Table Co., Illld. off. exp. 12.00 T. It. Woodburn Prtg. Co., same 7.4 S Homer Mitchell, same 61.12 Remlngion Rand Inc., sulue 11.00 Remington Rand Inc., treus. off. exp. 8.65 T. It. Woodburn Prtg. Co.. same 37.50 Oil E. Potter, sheriff lees -- 97.68 Angelo Tusso. dep. shrf. 25.00 Modern School Supp., supt. sell. off. exp. 6.22 Fred Hayes, same 19.50 Otis Elevator Co., C. H. rep. 31.00 Modern School Supply, same 6.64 Modern School Supply, C. H. Supp. 20S.G5 Grub It Here Store, same 10.44 Public Service Co.. power ' 145.69 Carl Welch, jail supp. 8.50 Sanco Products Co., same 21.38 Robb und Gilmour, jail insurance 267.53 Ohio Oil Company, P. A. supplies 6.00 Stevenson Lumber Co., samo 18.08 A. L. Albright, same 5.00 Clinton 6 & 10 Store! same 4.22 Clarence Wright, same 3.00 Frist Funeral Home, P. A. burial 100.00 Clinton Tobacco Co., P. A. supp. 75.36 C. M. Foos. same 167.87 Robinson Milling Co., same- ISO. 00 Vern Alderson, same 92.98 Eleanor C. Pinson, P. A. Insurance 111.80 COLUMBIA FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c PASSAGE TO iSEILLE With II(iiii!ircy Bogart REieliele Morgan Claude Rains WINNERS CIRCLE" Warner Short SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c SEE HERE . HARGROVE With Robert Walker Donna Reed Hob Crosby "Swooner Crooner" Merrie Melody RKO News Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c SHE'S A SOLDIER, TOO P.rulnli Bond! Nina Foch LOUISIANA HAYRiDE With Judy Cauova Ro.ss Hunter 'Ilenorl To Judy" WAC Short THURSDAY Admission 9e and 20c THE HITLER GANG With Robert Watson Alexander Fooe "Frontier In Italy" Warner Featurette "Bees 'A Buzin' " Warner Variety Citizens Telephone Co. - Clinton Auto Co. J. & J. Repair Shop Emory Donehrake Dewey I'raUier Stevenson Lumher Co. - Staats Auto Supply j. 1 Uorney-lioherts -.-Ilituniinous Materials Co Standard Malerials Co. 4 16 4:i 10 11 10 21 15 786 451 9 80 .45 .20 .91 I 85 02 11 .80 .98 .15 60 02 50 .00 on no no .00 00 II. L. 1'illinger I'l'Ill.lC WE I. FA HE DEPT. Armiuta Loean $ Citizens Telephone Co. Nancy Lewis North:' Wheeler Zella Ilouato Helen I'arUc Ocy Collier A..V....... W'iceins IRA J. cmmcH. Auditor. Vermillion County 1 l:;o-, 1 274 4. High Eagle Official To Speak at Meet ing Thursday Dr. C. A. Sltnilberg. Siringfield. Ohio will he the principal speaker a( I he local Eagles meeting which is to he held Thursday, Dec. 14, at (he local Eagles lodge. nr unn.iherir Is district director of Hie Eagles and his address will sum up the Important uctton luneu at. the 1944 Convention of the Eru-ternal Order of Eagles. Arrangements for the meeting are In charge of George liichardson, John Griffiths. Manford Meyers, and Hubert Madison. Among the topics the speaker is expected to discuss are the plans for giving local support In the four major national commissions oi me E. O. E., including juvenile delinquency, the old age and social security commission, stimulation of employment commission, and the commission for returning servicemen. Thorn are 850,000 members of the E. O. E. backing the social welfare and economic planning for America. Only Come Early and 9c 35c Get a Seat llarnng 1 ins is America News Flash Back men, however, were rescued. Among Enited StateB pilots in combat through the fierce aerial action was Maj. Richard Hong, America's leading ace, who bagged two more Kips to run his score lo 38 enemy planes destroyed. The abortive .lap paratroop landing reported in the communique was carried out in the vicinity of San 1'alilo airfield, about thirty miles south of American-held Tacloball on eastern Leyte. The ,lap airborne maneuver was apparently designed to wreck airfield installations. Tlie Jap sky-troopers, numbering about 200, were quickly rounded up or killed. The communhiue, however, admitted that "some sabotage" I was accomplished but described the j enemy's airborne effort as "a fee-l bio one, promptly rendered abor-! th e." With The Compliment Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for MBS. HENRY MOOKE 759 Nebeker Just Come In And Ask For Them! Wan h TIiIh Space ICvery Day YOUR NAME MAY BE NEXT Jp 40c SUN., MON. & TI E. Color Cartoon ' MB. MOOCH ER" Latest News DON'T MISS IT! n EVE MARKIwp- - WILLIAM EYTHE O SHEA '.V:. I.IAM ftie.ilE I HUB flrii? "HOID ME 50 CLOSE THAT TIME AND SPACE WIU HAVE TO FIGHT TO COME BETWEEN USI". WGM'6 TERRIFIC WESTERN HIT... ftmmm$mm ( fe V -V JOHN CARRADINE V 1 t M f BINNIE BARNES A 4 I j Ng i BRUCE KEUOGG. V? . J ..' , --W Otttky" .... t.v, ,F.- ' f -X4"-. STAKTLNG SATURDAY AT 1 1 V. M. IT IS ASTOUNDINGLY FRANK! i IT IS STRONG. ..YET INFINITELY TENDER I ' J IT IS THE GREATEST EMOTIONAL I EXPERIENCE OF THIS VAR! ' VZ-'V i I V I mi THE OF ST 2q ..ANNE BAXTER c-" MICHAEL Kudb JOHN M. STAMl Tonight & Sat. Double Feature "LONE ' A Safe Port In a Financial Storm Is a GOOD PLACE TO GET MONEY. We Try to Make This a Good Place. Loans to $300. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 228 Blackmail St. J'llolle 62 CLINTON. 1ND. RIDER IN GHOST TOWN' GAMBLERS CHOICE" t

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