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V Tuesday, August 29, 1944. THE DAILY LINTONIAN Page FivtJ the Russians have been concluded. This procedure is In deference to the fact that Russia still remains at peace with Japan. Clinton Social Notes Behind the Scene jQin HOLLYWOOD fighter-bombers struck heavily at small crut't, Installations and enemy-occupied villages in the MacCleur and Goelvink Bay areas. Three coastal vessels were destroyed or severely damaged and many fires and explosions were observed on shore. Stffciirity Parley Maps Plans For Peace League (OoDftnaed tragi Page 1) Blanford B.B. Club Meets At Perona Home Recently Mrs. Josephine Perona was hostess for the B. B. Club of Blanford at her home recently. Bunco was played at two tables with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Angeline Marietta, bunco; Mrs. Agnes Bohinc, high; Mrs. Annabel Relentless Yank Attacks Pound At Japs' Inner Ring (Ooatlnaed pvnm rage 1) ed and sunk near Parumuslilru while warehouse facilities, shore installations and "several" flinall craft wore bombed at Onnekotnn. Navy Liberators hit Woleal, in the Carulines, starting large fires us a single army bomber blasted positions on Yap, located at the western end 'Of "the same iBland group. Nauru, soure of most of Japan's phosphate, was also raided along with Pagan and Almagan Inlands, In the Marianas while Mllle and Ja-luit, bypassed Jap bases in the Marshall, were bombed and strafed. Oldies Shipping Hit GEN. DOUGLAS MAC ARTHUR'S HQ., New Guinea. American patrols, in a smashing blow at Japanese shipping In the Celebes area In the Netherland Indies, destroyed or seriously damaged two freighters and two freighter-transports and four smaller coastal vessolo, Gen. Douglas MacArthur's headquarters announced today. In spite of thick curtains of antiaircraft, fire put up , by the Japanese during tjig, raid none of ' 'our' plS'ribtf'Ws damaged. ' J;l1 Allfr attack'bombers and ffrHit- es irtshed; coastal shipping on Anibo Ina ahd erarn1 Islands. - . ''' ' " In' Dutch- New1 Guinea' ' Allied" Car Door Locks " Freezing of car-door locks can b prevented by forcing a small amount of alcohol into the keyhole with an eye dropper. Alcohol containing a rust Inhibitor Is preferable, and on application should last the entire winter. Be sure not to spill any on the finish of the car. j r Fishing Expert A puffin can continue to catch fish, even though it already may have several in its beak. It carries them with their heads all ranged in tlia same direction. PEKMANENTS Specialized Hair Styling ADAMMO.VS IlEAUTORnJM 355 South Main St. Phone 502 PHOTOGRAPHS and one 8x10 tinted S4.50 Enlargements vinting IB if fl tiMii.-il.iia ipsa Mrs. Raymond Trner hivi i ii . tin .luteal lQ.V Soutl' fciUxet .".I. 9d On his right sat Soviet' Ambassador Andrei Oromyko and on his left was Sir Alexander Cadugan, head of the British delegation. The Joint statement said the conference Is now continuing "to dis cuss the structure and Jurisdiction of the various organs and methodB of procedure." "These topics require a great deal of consideration, and a number of proposals aro now brlng submitted . to examination," the statement add-' ed. . jaafflt 3 1 Proposals Worked Out ' i 'Different proposals from the dif ferent countries do not necessarily , indicate disagreement or conflicting points of view but stem from varied ' approaches to the common objective. After our work has advanced to a stage at which our fully considered recommendations have been formulated and our conclusions have been presented, our respective governments will decide the appropriate moment for publication." Discussing the fear which has been expressed in congressional circles over the danger of the security plan leading to domination of the world by the big four allied powers; Stot- tln'ltlfl Rftld;"" i '-' '"'There are none1 of us.woj-kirig .on ! this' problem "wl)o ' io 'nit haj'e tJiaT welfare 'atld-'the tloaKOnii 1 o"f;, vie ; small' state 'fully iri 'nrfrid t ail. Small Nations ft'fort'W'j , " "The proper place'bf the small .ha-; Hons In the "wdfldorganlZBtipnifB before us at all times." I China Officials Arritf 5r Stettlnlus disclosed rW'the American government has received from China an official memorandum dealing with the Chinese plan for world security after this war. The Chinese L11UCO. ' i , . delegation, headed by Dr. Wellington Koo, China's ambar.sador to Great Britain, arrived in Washington yesterday. However, the Chinese will not participate In the Dumbarton Oaks discussion until the talks with 3m I mi Witts "1 I ' .Classes At,Mto8e' Hamrick, low and Mrs. Helen Marietta, travel. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess end the next meeting Is to be held Sept. 7 at the home of Mrs. Angeline Marietta. Rebekahs To Hold District Meet At Rosedale, Sept. 14. Plans were made for a birthday party to be held at the. next Rebek ah meeting, Friday evening at the hall. Members having birthdays In January, February, March and April are asked to call the Noble Grand at 173-W. Plans for the district meeting to be held at Rosedale, September 14 were also discussed. A covered dish luncheon will be served at this meet ing. m m m ENGAGEMEN TANNOUNCED Mrs. Benjamin Mills ' of 819 South Third street, announces the engagement of her daughter, Ruth, to Lester K. Keen, Bon of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Keen of. Lancaster, Pa. The wedding date has not been set. !Mr. and MrW Dwiglj iTIpmpson of flndianapofi were week endK guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomson and daughters pt.Wa1nut street. They will spnd-Tuesday eve ning at tne. Home or Mr. ana in re. AdamCIarkson of Crompton HljJ. ( ' l John Sharp 'of Terre Hau6. to- merly of Centenary, received la'aerl-ous hand injury last Thursday night while working at the Pyramid Mine. He is Improving satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Howard of South Fifth street had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gran Mc-Main of Carbon and Mr. and Mrs. Danty Bizzy of Blanford. Miss Margaret Sayme of Detroit, Mich, has returned to her home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Sayme and daughter, Emily of South Sixth street. - ,Miss Mary Ann.Kacir has returned to Indianapolis after spondlng the past week . with her parents, on Blackman street. ,' Mtvand Mr. James Hubble,. R. S, Brazil, ate the- parents of a aoa born at th,e Vermiltlon County Hospital Monday. Ttfe Infant weighed seven pounds ami twelve ounces and has not'"ieen- named. -' Pvt. ad Ms,: William Shafer, R. 4,Rockvtlle. are the parents of a eh" born at the Vermillion County Hospital Saturday.-The infant weigh' ed seven pounds and seven ounceB ana nas Deen namea Micnaei ji- bert. Pvt. Shafer is stationed at Camp Hood, TexaB. 1 ;' of 7; TUESDAY,' Classes Start TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Jobs Daughters' Picnic In Deming Park Monday Twenty-eight members and guests of Jobs' Daughter attended a picnic In Deming Park in Terre Haute last night honoring Miss Mary Catherine Sawyer, who is leaving today for Bloopington, Ind. to enter Indiana university and three top-ranking ticket sellers in a recent contest, MIsb Ioulse Call, Miss Georgina Al ley and Miss Sawyer. Those attending were Miss Call Betty.Jayne Davis, Hilda Lou Sal mond.'lOdlth Graham, Barbara Yow- ell, Mary Evtlyn Griffin, Vera Jane Eaton, Carolyn Whltcomb, Gloria O.imon, Sally Cogan, Marlon Nlelson Martha Jardine, Myra Griffith, Hel en Edler, Georgiana Alley, Mary Catherine Sawyer, Mary Lee Vrablc, Carolyn Dunlap, members; Mrs. Peg Helms, Mrs. Charles Griffin and Miss Virginia Shew, council members and Miss Tairal Lahtl, MrB. Ruth Shew, Miss Betty Maschlno, Indianapolis and Miss Shirley Newlln, Paris, Miss Martha L. Reed and Miss Ann Jane Houston, guests. Local Women Attend State Meeting in Indianapolis Five members of the local council o cftUe. Daughters of America lodge: Were delegates to the state convention of the organization held . iast week.. Mrs. . Robert. Foster, Mrs. Pearley Jackson, Mrs. Auto Craft, J Mrs. Charley Mrs. Ann SM Sturgem.flttejiiljd tfle flutee-dajf'jes sion. v x Highlights of the convention; included a public memorial service giW en by the mens' and women's grdups of one of the Indianapolis chapters arts) Initiation work. Members of a Stout Field honor trard opened the session by prqentattoir)f the flag and a short' 'sewtte" Wednesday ning. Others from Clinton at the session during the three days included Mrs. E. P. Lowery and Mrs. Ray Brusher. m THURSDAY DINNER GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. John Glonotti and children of Chicago, 111. were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Markello of West Fairview. Mrs. Robert Markello and daughter, Ellen Joyce of Marshall, Ind. are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. ioef Markello. ' Dr. and Mrs. James Reeder, Chicago, 111.,, recently visited with Mr. and Mjt Guy Brings, 437 Blackmon , , street: , Mrs. , Curtis Louden, route j two; 'Clinton,' returned to Chicago with priand Mrs. Reeder. '.;.. a, Mlss.yara Maet.Black of the .American Beauty Shop attended the Cos-motologlBts Style Show held at the Hotel Sherman in Chicago, 111. over the week end. : ' Notice! The Clintonian Wants Your News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 32 or 83. NATURAL LOOKING CURLS p:.-::::i:jtiv";e Ye, h's tm! You can now give 7 youmll a marvelous permanent wave, oool-ly, comfortably, at borne, eaay aa putting your bail up in curlers. The amazing CmtM' ' PBItMANRNT WAVI KIT eocruuns everything you need. Accept do sub- stltules, nut insist on tne genuine (.norm-nun. Complete, only 59 centa, pay no more. Over 6 million sold. Safe for every type of hair. At at Ulllla Pharmacy and all ilrutr atora. WVWE LIKE TO EMPHASIZE The Quality of Our DRY CLEANING! Yen, we LIKE to emphasize lite quality of our dry cleaning he- oea.iaiA A Lnn tUat aalll fLsi'.l ""i hy fiouwirinii iir KiUiq with ilur , Of Each '.i tV f-" li-t - - a friend's apcrtmtnt on Park avc-nue and Ottilie was much con-cerned ovr 'hethur the fancy address, would hurt her "' ai'es. , . , With vtlie cet.-.i'. "Ji'-t'ion aa tough cs It If, U.t. i one nice thing, sas Jn Dur.L.c At r taurants tbrjo day, it's virtual7. Impossible to get your sleeve in the butter. Tallulah is buying ere of her black velvet fc-.-ns from "Vm Czarina" for the Banljieal musruM lq Alabama. Museum 1 run by her Aunt Marie, v. ho Is state hurtoilan. Boats liad torcxr.e ?tV-t pal ire after he swam ha'.fwty acrvas navaio Lake at the "Can't Help Singing" location at Cedar City. He forgot about the 10,000-foot altitude. ; Tim, the late John Barrymore'i police dog, is dead. His last owner was Actor Robert Lewis, of M-G-M's "Son of Lassie" cast. Iron, ically, In the picture. Dog-lover Lewis plays a sadistic Nazi officer who mistreats Lassie. HOLLYWOOD HI JINKS: Thir ty guests Invited to a 11 o'clock Sunday breakfast at Laird Cresara stayed for lunch, dinner and a mld- 1 night snack, the last stragglers leaving around 2 a. m., wii.V Cragir due to report at e'ght ,r "liang -. v-,' over Square." . . . The Laurltx chjor tests for ''Anchors A weigh" pdjltponed. He's covered with pot, , . ion Ivy. ... Lie ' Bot Stack said ) , gobdby to Hollywood with a swim-;, . -mlng pai-v at his liom. He goes , " back to the Alai-': naval base. " ' . . . Now It's Sheila Ryan and Eteve Crane. . . . And Jose lturbl with Katherine Balfour. . . . The Bud '.' Abbotts tossing a birthday party 5 ' for their adopted son, Buddy, Jr.! on whom they just get the final papers. . . . oiu (Jargon has added more acres to h'-a ranch which makes him and Frank Morgan among the larger landholders In tne district. . . . Mike Romanoff, of all people, won a cace of Ccctch and a trip to Las Vegas at the Mo-cam bo the other night . , . Jon Hall taking no chances. He was at the Clover Cub with Frances Lang-ford's brother. Tommy. . . . Frances RafTerty with Steve Brodie f the M-G-M actor) at the Hollywood Tropics. Watch this romance. , . . Acquanetta and Barry Nelson tete- a-tete at the Ha'Omar. ; . . A wife, muBU uruuem jn&rx, is a great comforbMirinir all those trouhlM a bachelor nevr ha, Milwaukee Area Sets Child Quarantine . . In Paralysis Epidemic (Continued from pat 1 ) W3uketf aitgS with six new cases. Under ( iBj iljirantlne In Milwaukee; p t(il.'mi yt ' : 1 1 and "'unddr must stay on 'their' rfwn prenjlaes. leaving only eitii1 ihejlpermisBion of health authojrltlea' foj( jdental, medical or curative tfeat)Bt. , ; ' Health Comtptssloner E. V. Brumbaugh Of West .Allls ordered all children '.under 4$ quarantined- and Health Commissioner S. F. Morgan of the exclusive Whitefish Bay com. munity Issued an order affecting children up to 14. In other communities the quaran tine age ranged from 12 to 14, Mil waukee township's being 13. ; Fine. Sentence Set The limitations will not prevent persons from bringing children into the area from other communities, but once there, they must obtain a permit to leave and must remain on the premises while visiting. Authorities warned that violation of the quarantine orders 'mean pos sible maximum penalties of three months In jail, fines up to J100, or both. Services Held Monday For Fred D. Wimsett, Newport .Funeral services were held at 2:30 m. Monday at the Newport Meth edlst Church for Fred D. Wimsett, 79, near Newport, who died Friday morning at the Vermillion County Hospital, following an extended ill nesB. Rev. John Walton officiated and burial was In Wimsett Cemetery, near Newport. The body was taken from the Frist Funeral Home to the home of the daughter, Mrs. Gloyd Karles, 345 Mulberry street, Clinton, Saturday, until funeral services. Foir ai!l'-season V ""if jo J . By HARRISON CARR0L1 King Fealarea Syndics! Wrllar HOLLYWOOD Everyone o n "The House of Dr. Edwards" set Impressed by a letter to Ingrid Bergman from a Sergt. Joe Car' ter in an American amphibious out fit in the South """""J Pacific. The unit had just stormed a Jap isle. "Not a breath of air was stirring," writes the sergeant. "The amoke from our shell-bursts and the enemy's hovered lazily In the aky. After we had seized the beachhead, we tried to think Harrison Carroll who would leave us as breathless a this Island. We decided it was you, and we have named the Island after you." Nc more commuting to Florida for Ella Raines. Her husband, Maj. Kenneth Trout, has been made an operations officer at Muroe Dry .Lake and can spend week-ends with Ella In their new home. It .was a break because she'U be busy for weeks on "Arsene Lupin." M-G-M and Director Harold Bou quet in' heavy confab with Wash' lngton. Spencer Tracy plays a scientist in "Without Love.", He's spp$se4 tt b) working an sjlecret wieanpn.s;MiejrM trying o nnp one ytrlatTie tan Invent with' no danger of it really being Invented during Mtljsprodueyon of the picture. . "ft'san eight-pound baby girl for -me jrorrest TucKers c Sandra Jol-ley). Youngster was born at Mor-rlstown, N.- J,, and will be named Pamela Brooke. . . . The Eddie Bracken heir expected In October. . . . Mack Gray (George Raft's pal) lucky to be alive. His ear was badly damaged In a head-on collision. . . . Lois Collier, the Universal starlet, gets her final decree from Robert Duncan Sept. 4. . , . The Andrews sisters have given Bob Alda's boy, Allie, a cocker spaniel to replace the one which was poisoned. , . . Jack Haley was chauffeured around Italy by Corp. Thomas Conner, who used to be his chauffeur in Hollywood. . . . Ottilie Ann Kruger, 17-year-old daughter of Otto Kruger, appear in the new John Van Druten play, "Mama's Bank Account." Makes $60 a week. She and her mother are staying In, .Tuesday Golden Star , Club has been postponed for two weeks. , ' "' Red Crosagurgical Drossing 1 p. m.-4 p.' in. . ' ... -' Msinehaha 7:30. p. m. . . ,j 4 Veraillion'County P. -T. jlohooJ tastructloa from . -09-: 30 In the band room of Cllutoa firm Everyone welcome1.:; ,. . - ' Friendly Bunco5: Club. MrsThel-mi Baxendale, South Third street.' 30 -p... m. - . ." ".:'', , 1 Red Cross . Surgical Dressing f a. m.-ll:30 a. m. 1 p. m.-4 p. m. 7- .o;3o p. m Red Cross Knitting 1 p.. m.-4 p. Stitch-in-Time Club. 1:30 V. m Thursa&v B. & P. W. picnic has been post poned Indefinitely. Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. Bun co and Euchre at 8 p. m. Charles Nolan, 123 North Water street, was admitted to the county hospital Sunday aa a medical case, t Mr',I1r"1' BurtonV Meccaa- ;was kdihtted til Ihe county hospital Sun day as 'a surgical ease. . v ? Miss Marjurle Baker, R. Tj, Botk1- vllle; Mrs. Viola Swift, 743 South Sixth Btreet and Mrs. Evelyn Cooka, R. 1, Clinton, was admitted to the county hospital Monday as medical cases. Mrs. Dan Orier of Chicago is visiting her mother, Mrs. Marion Wilkie and other relatives this week. Ora Sparks, Former Local Man, Dies in Indianapolis Ora Sparks, 84, former resident of Clinton, died at his home In Indianapolis, at 4 a. m. Tuesday, following a brief lllneBS. He is survived by the widow, Nettle; one daughter, Mrs. Mocel Ha-ney, Indianapolis and one grandson, Horace Haney, United States Navy. Funeral services will be held at the Dorsey Funeral Home in Indian apolis at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Continued services will be held at 3 p. m. Thursday at the Frist Funeral Home and burial will be In Riverside Cemetery, Clinton. Three Men Touch Power Line Pipe, Are Killed WASHINGTON, Ind. Three men who touched a pipe to a tower line carrying ti,900 volts were killed yesterday near Cannelburg. They were digging a well and touched an overhead wire. The victims are Ceorge Crane, 39; Eugene Carrico, 74, and his son, Cecil Carrico, 33. All were from Cannelburg. t i w h i O I J0$RITAL p. AUGUS At 2 P. M. Week . ; 'VV-'J DUTY ...nuil'l aint: iiiitj ail-.wu'l 3.90 Mr. ana Mrs. nuDeri ciara, it. ..Mr8. Ernest Dixon. 306 John street. claiitiff.' tlnit v roally "ta k np' thon statements. We know tliut you will le llioroiiKlily pleased wltli our remiits fioin the gentle cleaning prorcsH throuKli careful preying and fin-Ulilng. That in why we get the same garment again and again becaune we emphanlze quality-controlled cleaning procesites. Have Your Cleaning Done The Model Way MODEL CLEANERS Rockviiie are tne parents or a daughter born at the Vermillion County Hospital Saturday. The infant weighed nine pounds and Blx ounces and has been named Judith Kay. .. -, ' f- T 1 V f THE OF TOMORROW jULURE 4mA -:nv. list- i tree' 12g5ftaZ2P QaUfl$ik )riflevfume , -up Krntliur PERTUME 1, Q Pre-Blocked Styies! Bound Or Hand lYIti-il! Turned Or Snap Brims! Genuine fur felt models investments in handsome service for this season, and many seasons to come! Personality styled with features to fit every masculine preference! Shallow crowns, narrow brims, medium or narrow bands. Fine quality linings and sweat bands. flffl fristR Home IJ I niGHT mm iNnrviDUAL rVAHKITr .Awwaw- - 1 . T-l. ssM V SACHET

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