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Page Three THE DAILY. CEINTONIAN V Monday, August 14, 1944 NIPS NIP NAZIS IN ITALIAN FRONT RIFLE BATTLE (j Clinton Social Notes Russian Proposal For Postwar World League In Anglo- U.S. Hands (Continued from page 1) Fairview Women's Club Has Picnic at Terre Haute rf:v GERMAN STORM TROOPERS ara pictured above surrendering, in the Orciano area in Italy, to riflemen of the 100th infantry battalion wno are Americans oi Japanese iuivauy. tion subdued and the Nazis marched, bands up, to the nearest prisoner sent from Washington to the British, Russian and Chinese governments several weeks ago. The British, in return, promptly sent to Washington a copy of their memo. But Russian views on the subject were not received until the past weekend. Apparently no views have been received from the Chinese government. In disclosing these facts, Hull said he had not yet been able to study the Russian plan. Irked by Oltit'isul Hull waa considerably Irked by criticism of bis slowness of procedure In preparing plans for the new world organization. Jle struck out at the people who have told Mm, "the war Is about over and you have done nothing". But, said Hull, they don't give you time to tell them what Is going on. and hey don't seem to realize that 30-odd nations are taking part in these preparations, and we must circumspect In what we do and say. Makes EIalorate Survey This followed an elaborate survey in which Hull reached back to the beginning of plans for the new or-, ganizatlon some two years ago. He emphasized that all appropriate agencies, and also both political parties, had been carefully brought Into the discussions. Hull Indicated he was leaving no stone unturned to carry the American public and the entire government with him, to avoid tbe unhappy experience of Woodrow Wilson In the last generation. Recovery of Bodies of 66 Trapped Miners is Near BELLAIRE, O. Recovery of tbe bodies of 66 men trapped In the Powhatan mine since July 5 was believed near today. A special slope cut Into the mine was lowered yesterday to a point 1,426 feet below the surace of tbe earth and test holes indicated that only 26 feet remained to be cut through before the mine's main tunnels would be reached. State mine chief Marcus Kerr said the entry probably would be completed by mld-mornlng today, but he pointed out that recovery of the bodies probably would not be completed for several days. He said the miners were working in five different sections of the mine when a fire broke out July 5 blocking the only escape route. Work on the big entry began July 10 after two borings into the mine failed to reveal existing . life. The operations have not ceased with mine rescue crews on the Job seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Read Ov Up-to-Date Sport Newt C UOJWTAL Scottland Woman Seriously Injured in Collision Friday MrB. Carl Hixou, 24, Scottland. III., is reported to be in a serloua condition at the Vermillion County Hospital today suffering from injuries sustained in an automobile accident, three miles north of St. Bernice at the Albert Station intersection, at 11 p. m. Friday. Mr. Hixon and their two children, one three and a half months old and the other three yearB, escaped injuries while Mrs. Hixon sustained a fractured arm aud possible internal injuries. The Hixon car was traveling north and a car driven by Harry Bush, going west, when they collided at the Intersection. Mr. BuBb, Scottland, rural route, also escaped injury. Dr. Q A. Myers of Dana was notified and a Kersey ambulance called to the scene. Both cars were damaged aud were taken to the Utley aud Ammerman Uarage at Dana. Fly Higher American bombers can fly higher into the substratosphere and stay there longer as a result of a new chemical development which .lengthens by about 60 times the high altitude life of carbon brushes in airplane generators. 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Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Hosts For Family Picnic The annual family picnic of the Happy Hour Home Kc Club was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl BlchardHon Thurduy evening. The dinner was served' on the lawn and the evening was sepnt In playing games and contents. Winners of the prizes were Mrs. Helen Kelley, Frank Clrey and Loren Wright. The following program was presented during the evening: A reading "A Little Bit of Leaven," Mrs. Maude Andrews; a song, "Hoad To Victory," Betty Jo Andrews; piano solo, "Lonely Dancer," Joan Lowry; cornet solo, "Barcorole," by Billy Richardson; poem, "Our Modern Way," Bertha. Richardson; a .piano duet, "At the Club" by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richardson and a song duet, "You Ara My Sunshine" by Mary Lou and Wayne Kelley. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.. Otis Andrews and daughter, Betty Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bozarth, Mrs. Rachel Bozarth and son, Max, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baumgardner and son, Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Buntain and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Clrey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haymaker, Mr. and Mrs. James Haymaker and daughter, Martha Loui Mrs. Helen Kelley and children, Marylou, Wayne, Roy and Carrol, Mrs. Gerald Kelley and daughters, Ilene and Geraldlne, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lowry and chll dren, Joan, Ronnie, Monty, and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richard son and sons, Billy and Bobby, Charles Skelley, Julia and Luella Foncannon, Mr. and Mrs. D. Van Sant, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Wright and daughter Oay Lee and grandson, Raymond, Mrs. Eleanor Rollins and daughter, Margaret Ellen, Mrs. Virginia Buntain and son, Ronnie Qene, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hedges and children Betty Jo and Eddy. m Lake McDonald Scene Of Wiener Roast Thursday A wiener roast was enjoyed Thursday evening at Lake McDonald. During the evening, boating and singing were enjoyed. Those present were Miss Norma Sasso, Miss Martha Reed, Miss Anna Mae Gunnoe, Sgt. Steven Vargo, Garland Howard, Esther Gunnoe, Mrs. Anna Gunnoe, Mrs. Opal Nev-lns, and one out-of-town guest, Miss Mary Ellen Bowers of Covington. Mrs. Nina Alkman TbomaB of Chicago, formerly of Newport, and daughter, Mrs. John McCurdy of South Bend, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ahlemeyer at 448 South Fourth Street. Mrs. Thomas Is en route from Corpus Christ!. Texas, where she attended her son's graduation services. En-i sign John Thomas is in the Naval Air CorpB. PERMANENTS Specialized Hair Styling ADAMSOK'S BEAUTOBIUM 365 South Main St. Phone 502 A ighy olly powder De . . . especially efficient for dry itcin. 91 .WW PlMbui FOR SALE 10 ACRES (more or less) 4 LARGE ROOMS Large Screened South Porch, North and East Porch. Nice Shade. Well and Cistern, Electricity, Chicken House. North of Atherton Mi. Mile to Road 41 Cottrell Bros, I). V. COTTRELL Rmedule, Ind., It. It. No. 1 ii ii -n 1 " r f I fcMf '1iril ,00000000000000000000000000 Members of the Women's Social Club of Fairview met recently and went to Terre Haute for an all day picnic. Those present were Mrs. Louise Boraso, Mrs. Jennie Dean, Mrs. Pie- ana Hall and daughter, Nancy, Mrs. Mary Houston, Mrs. Lydia Johnson Mrs. Laura Kerr, Mrs. Vera Murray and daughter, Janice Kay, Mrs. Nel lie Mayers, Mrs. Ellen Markello, Mrs. Lulu Pavey, Mrs. Blanche Reynolds, Mrs. Cora Runyan, Mrs Myrtle Short, Mrs. Anna Shepherd Mrs. Mary Turbevllle, Mrs. Lockle Wake, Walter Reynolds, and Donald and Mildred Turbevllle. Guests attending the picnic were Charles, Max and Sandra Kerr, Mrs. Helen Short, Mrs. Ruth Short of Terre Haute. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jennie Dean, Mrs. Pleana Hall, Mrs. Mary Houston, Mrs. Lydla Johnson, Mrs. 'Ellen Markello, Mrs. Lulu Pavey, Mrs. Blanche Reynolds, Mrs. Myrtle Short, Mrs. Ruth Short, Mrs. Mary Turbevllle and Mrs. Lockie Wake. - The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Anna Shepherd September 13 for an all day meeting. , Mrs. Farrington Honored At Farewell Party Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Pete Guglielmettl of Universal entertained Sunday with a farewell party in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Ed Farrington who is returning to May wood. 111. after i spending the last three months here. Guests attending were Mrs. Louis Castagnoli and children, Mrs. Margaret McConnell and son, Patrick Carroll, Mrs. Theresa Rosetto, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Guglielmettl, Mrs. Farrington and sons, Jackie and Bil ly, and Miss Esther Bonono of Georgetown, 111. - The evening was spent in playing games and contests and refresh ments were served to the guests Fireman First Class Gerald Reed has returned to Champaign, 111. af ter spending the weekend with his family here. Reed has been advanc ed from Second Class to First Class and will be transferred for advanced schooling at Belolt, Wis. Tuesday. Mrs. Irene Reed, who has been with her husband at Champaign, has returned to her home on Route 3. Little Johnny Reed who has been with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Reed on Route 2, has also returned to his home. . Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Garrett left Saturday evening for their home In Charlotte, N. C. after spending the past two weeks with Mrs. Garrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Crosby. Another daughter, Mrs. Joseph Sperotto, left Sunday for her home in Oak Park, 111. alter visiting her parents and her sister and husband here. - m Miss Dorothy Mae Miller of Indianapolis is spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller. Recently Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Dorothy Mae visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller In pioomfleld, Ind. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Folden of route three, Clinton has returned to their home from Chillicotne, O. af ter being called there due to the 1eath of Mr. Folden's father, George Finley. ' Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Perkins of Tulsa, Okla. were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mtb. Henry Hayes of South Main street. Mr. Perkins recently received a medical discharged from the Navy. Miss Madaline Harrison of Indianapolis was a week-end guest of her aunts, Miss Margaret and Ruth Harrison, both of South Main street, Clinton. Mrs. K. W. Powell of South Main street has as her guest her aunt, Mrs. John Collins of Ohio. Mrs. John Mussatto of North Ninth street has received word of the birth of a baby girl on August 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mussatto of Cicero, 111. Mrs. Mussatto was formerly Miss Irene Manesenl, of Westville, III. Mr. Mussatto Is the son of Mrs. Mussatto of Clinton. The daughter was named Char- lene and weighed seven pounds and eight ounces at birth. Phone 13 H3 A LITTLE BETTER"" 220 Elm St. Phone 129 tooooooooooooooooooooooooo wi uyiu i stockade. (Interuttional) Japs May Quit Before Yanks Land: Nimitz (Continued nom pas 1) American dead In the eatue period, be said, were 6,903. Airpower Scours Seas Meanwhile, American airpower hit the Japs along a wide ocean front from Paramushiru to the Marshalls. Liberators sank one 3,000 ton ship at its bleak Kurlle anchorage and damaged another while blasting an airfield. GEN. DOUGLAS MACARTHUR'S HQ. NEW GUINEA j . Continued aerial blasting of Jap Philippine naval targets was revealed today to have sunk a 3.000 ton enemy freighter In Davao Gulf on Mindanao and damaged a coastal vessel off the southernmost and largest of the Philippine Islands. Pre-lnvasion Raids On Gen. MacArthur's communique disclosed also that Halmahera, the only major Jap Jbase remaining between Putch Ngw; .(Jylnea and the Philippines, was smashed again by V. S. bombers which sank a coastal vessel, left a 1,000-ton ship burning, and scored a direct hit on another 3,000 ton craft in a raid which pulverized Batjan Island. Hahnaliera Good Base This raid, a continuation of softening up strikes which have battered Halinehera for many days, may be part of tbe preliminary pounding before an American invasion. Posses sion of Halmahera would give American bombers a base within easy range of Philippine targets, and form a strong barrier between U. 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Call 864-W by Monday noon if not going. Minnehaha, 7:30 p. m. at the hall. Golden Star Club, Mrs. Hattle Po-pik, Crompton Hill, r:30 p. m. Wednesday Happy Hour Home , Economics Club Mrs. Donna Skelley, 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Hazel Wright, assisting. Tri Kappa picnic and pledge services Mrs. Max Johnson, 6:30 p. m. Bring own table service. Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Betty Reed, South Fourth Street, 7:30 p. m. Important business, all urged to attend. Pythian Circle picnic supper, 6 p. m. at Sportland Park. White Heather Circle, Mrs. Walter Shorter, South Fifth street. Thursday Phllathea Class at the Baptist Church, 7:30 p. m. HostesseB Mrs. Frank Steward, Mrs. Clarence Holler and Mrs. Clifford Montgomery. MOTHER'S W3IBlRE OLUB T Mrr. Everett Mlnett entertained the Mother's Leisure Club at her home Wednesday. Bunco was played with Mrs. John MoLeish winning bunco, Mrs. Con- cetta Apa, high and Mrs. Homer Miller, low. Refreshments were served by the hostess and the next meeting will be August 23 at the home of Mrs. Roy Corcoran. m James Mooney of Great Lakes Na val Training Station spent last weekend visiting his mother, Mrs. Margaret Mooney, at the home of Mrs. Daisy Collier on South Fourth street. m m m Mrs. H. E. Sizemore who has been visiting relatives and friends in Chicago the past two weeks, has returned to her home here. GAY KITCHEN RECIPE I by Alice Broola Beginner's joy and a sure way of having a gay kitchen! Embroider these colorful vegetables on your towels. Mainly In cross-stitch. Easy stitchery for the kitchen. Pattern 7169 contains a transfer pattern of six motifs 6V4 x 7H inches; illustration of stitches. This pattern, together with a needlework pattern of useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments, FIFTEEN CENTS. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for these patterns to The Daily Clin-tonlan. Household Arts Dept., 664 West Randolph Street, Chicago 80, 111. Write plainly NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Our new 32-page Needlework Book is yours for Fifteen Cents more . . . 130 illustrations of designs for embroidery, home decoration, toys. Preston Smith, Hillsdale waa admitted to the County Hospital Friday as a Medical case. Mrs. Zora Baysinger, 1309 S- 6tb St. was admitted to the County Hospital Saturday as a surgical case. Raymond Spencer, Judson was dismissed from the County Hospital Saturday. Ray Timberlake, Rockville, Hazel Middleton, St. Bernice, Mrs. Adeline Hlner, 409 North 8th St. and Mrs. Elda Grimes, Tangier were dismissed from the County Hospital Sunday. Allied Pincers Near Falaise, Hold Argentan (Com tinned F-ne rS ) town of Ger, focal point of five roadways in the Mortein-Vira area, seven miles earn uf Moriain. was taken by the Americans. Allied bombers and fighter-bombers kept up an incessant bombardment of escape roads and bridges over which the Germans are attempting to flee Jbe tremendous onslaught, ' - The air forces did not confine themselves to the battle area, but also sent strong forces of United States Flying Fortresses, to attack targets at LudwigBhaven and Mannheim along with other objectives in the southern Reich. German airfields In eastern and northeastern France and bridges north of Paris, along with railway vards in western France, were at tacked by strong forces of both Forts and Liberators. Geo. Eisenhower, in a special order of the day, told all allied troops that they bad created "a definite opportunity for a major allied victory" and called upon them to make sure that no part of the trapped German forces escapes. The Americans forging ahead north pf Argentan to close the pocket on the Germans met strong resistance as the Nazis fought back bitterly to hold open the escape corridor. Argentan was surrounded. Westward, the Americans advanced beyond Barentan toward Doin-front, The allies advanced upwards of 3,000 yards south of Vire to St. Martin de Chaulieu. Proussy was captured. Other forces reached the village of Bonneoeil, between the Orne and Laize rivers. Spasmodic to light resistance was encountered east and southeast of Vire. Bridges over the Touques, between the Seine and the Orne were bombed, further complicating the German retreat. Headquarters disclosed meanwhile that the second French armored division under command of the famed Gen. Le Clerc now is operating In France alongside the Americans for the liberation of its country. ' Edgar Bergen, New York Model to be Wed in Fall HOLLYWOOD, Calif. Edgar Bergen, screen and radio comedian and Charlie McCarthy's "Pa" admitted today that he will marry Frances WeBterman, New Vork artist's model, "perhaps sometime in October". Bergen, who telephoned the news to Hollywood friends, will arrive from New York today. 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