The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 26, 1944 · Page 2
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September 26, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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XT ' Tuesday, Sqtt'm1'r.2G, iOil. THE D JX V OBI N TOM A N Page Two UUD GUILTY, THIN EXECUTED uzz c::;:f re ROME FO Tobacco Mosale Growers of tc,nato plants should not use any fofW of tobacco when working with the crop,-s the tomato mosaic virus is in nearly all smoking and chewing tobacco. A smoker may remove the virus from his hands by Hashing with soap. Liberation Of Estonia In Red Advance Is Near Dunn in Camp McCoy. Wis. Cpl. Dunn expects to come home on a furlough in Ilnee weeks. Mrs. John Grimes had a birthday ' dinner Sunday honoring her husband. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Nye Parker and son Jack. .Mrs. Katherine Buchner and daughter lvgsy. Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler enjoyed the day in the Grimes home. I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Helunan WHY BE FAT (Continued tip. wge 1) ry forces of three Soviet armies converged on Riga, the fate of Nazi troops in the Haltic states appeared certain. Immense Russian strength were called to Hume, III. because of the death of the latter's aunt. Mrs. George Wilson. Miss Emma Belle Botner and Miss Mary Jeanette Snodgrass entered Olivet College this week". Miss Botner Get slimmer without exeiclse You may lose pounds and haw a mure tJender. Rractful liKiir?. No exercising. No 'axaUves.NodniKS. With this AY US plan you don't cut out any meals, starch c. potatoes, meats or butter, you simply cut Ultra down. It i easier wfitn vou enjoy delicious (vitamin tort i t K-d ) A Y DS before meal. Abw-tluK'lv harmless. , ? , J , i t i 2 yi r ' -' Jf v '-j v ' ? 4 ' " . ; . , i' 4 concentrated in kauia maue me lan of Riga merely a question of time. Far to the south, Rur,cian units of ' I'kruinian armies continued to gain is a sophomore. Miss Hazel Laughiin was a dinner In rfiiiirml tents conducted by medfrsl doctor, r c ff thin 10 prriom lott 14 to 15 Ter V In AYUs Vitmiu Cutdjr !iu hard fighting against German Air ; I pine forces defending the rugged ; Carpathian terrain along t!ie ('7echo- j islovakian border below the polish , Current News In St. Bernice Several Servicemen Are Home on Furloughs; Local Parlies Held in Week Mrs. Minnie Kurd had as Sunday guests. .Mr. mid Mis. Cltw Bivnson of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott and little son, I.arry have returned to their home in Imlir.napolis after a leu-days vacation with -Mrs. Klliott's parents. Mr. and Mis. Harry Ferguson. Max Meyers of the V. S. Service accompanied by his wife, visited with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James M"yers and other relatives. Mrs. Herbert Km hart and little son. of Clinton visited for a few-days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krn-liart last week. Pfc. Paul Hancock has returned to Camp Atterbury after spending the week end with his family here. Mrs. Sadie Stultz. sister of Mrs. Mollie Keed enjoyed her vacation here and has now returned to her employment in Terre Haute. Mrs. Dierdri Endicott has moved from West Clinton to an apartment in the Armstrong building. Lt. George Hadley. who has been home on a ten d furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hadley. Sr., left for Yuma, Ariz., for his new assignment. Guests last week jn.'the home of ,i. Mrc Unifa Pe:iriii:tn were (2 . Moitvy back if you don' i gel rcsul U . I town of Sanok. I Russian fighters sweptjorward to CilLiS IMiAKMAU I 211 .South .Main St. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Nelson Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Homer McBride and Mrs. Nettie Blake were recent guests of Kill I'yle of near Dana. Mrs. Vernon Oliver and little daughter Betty Joe spent a few days with Mrs. Oliver's mother. Mrs. Edna Boruff. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jordan of Terre Haute enjoyed a day last week with their grandmother. Mrs. Chas. Shuey. Mrs. A. R. Foltz is spending a few days vacation at the home of her brother in Marion, ind. and her sister in Pendleton, Ind. capture the town of Jablonki, south of Sanok, leaving more than 4"U German dead on the field of battle. Southeast of Kanok combat teams stormed mountain positions across the San rier. In fierce fighting. Russian units wiped out a battalion of Germans and seized strategic positions on the Olryd mountain ridge. Woit pop!ar'Veor 'round" d.utrt W At . 'round" dtutrl A AS LOW a pirn IK Mwoyt pur flavor in 2 m isrh Bockao' A'woy por flavor in 2 och poekag. THIS WAS THE SCENE in the Rome courtroom as FieLro Caruso, Fascist police chief: of Rome during the last few months of Nazi occuj ation, was tried and found guilty of collaboration with the Nazis. The next day Caruso was executed for his crime of turning over Italian hostages to German occupation forces for torture and killing. Strapped to a chair and with his back to his executioners, Caruso went to his death in dramatic fashion. Before he was shot, Caruso cried out: "Long live Italy! Aim accurately!" This is a radiophoto. (International Soundphotc) and dliciow. YOU matoony ninui. 20 faawut rocipci in fimof atk yow 0rocr for Sow Thickly Most people sow too thickly, and this not oniy results in a waste ot seed, but it reduces yield. Sow oniy little thicker than the stand you ant, and if ycu err either way, it Is batter to eow lou iiin than too tiuC'fc. i r Quaker News Of Interest LOIlDOriCeRK'J 835 Howard Stfet, FfoociKO 1. Cqlif. U;tk!iM raniiiorfl'TUjdljt -be- rcinov-.!-.5y Kayijf :exni(HOi Slot Uepart- tliH Axis fllurl dininutioii." legion Aux. Head Jlers biiiji ."VH-xii O'iliijl&'tlmiKiitijiOJfcCi tfcie 4nt Oookes FteftainjgaJIi Sunday -.Minister, TV if l.J truster, vine inn lriw.irit fttnhtt' rtnd still.' Jin) 111 V T , 4 I jtahulun of (U 'xTivpxititHtiS johiJSn-tme'linniBpttere til txijrpri-" a '. ')' Jof Brownstiiwoj . and! Mr. and j Guest aflThAHipson Home lion ni tte m-iX'laiiui'U iliM wiwi'd annp tnitw? rirms DROPPING A HANKIE..: F. I. Cooke ,jiud. lay:ljter Alic called one day last week on Mi Warren Cooke,, f)io is seriously ill 1 DroMiiiiK a hankie to b4 a iH'iiu ii? jiiHt ' nljoul us oiitdiitcd as not ' bifiHS eirrr, rif vollf llrv-ClH II ill K luethod.-Why I . .fy- xv ;; i 'i? i i iiK r. . i . ' s. v x - t '( . U ' i- l ,s, f " .; wf t l f ' in tne (erinwioiy i.ouuiy,iio&phi Clinton'. ' ' ' " " Mrs. WilllaiiA "Walthall was Georgetown, ltof day last wt and called- onCMra. Francis Wool wlioo ouji Bi nd four .';if'niefit f tin- .Model and hi' suru that you're K'-t-, tins nothinii hut I he hi si --- rjualily-controlh'd, suiii'rior dry cli-aniiiK- Mrs. Jesse Short ly. Montezuma. Inu. Later in the we .iiand Mrs. Wm. Minnick of Evansville enjoyed a Iwo day visit wi,(li the I'earmaBs. I Mr. and Mrs.; ,EJnu;v King arrived home Sept. SDt'H' after a visit with their son. Bllf. Who "te Jul service at Daytona Beach., Mr. and Mrs.' C'.J. Tindall and Smith Bottom enjoyed squirrel limiting and a picnic dinner in the "open" Monday. Mrs. Ivan Moore and daughter of Terre Haute were guests last week in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Botner. Mrs. Charles Dunn arrived for a three weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunn. Mrs. Dunn has been with her husband. Corporal Chas. fOtt tin? (lit linn hiiiid, it ntxtud. Hie Mac3l3st will bdteptMn fuj'H'.Vn (M-ealAniicfor a Mii(Jt-ttWito-irjod, and the .siite.,wtll be .(rur'-in' rwl't.Viit HuJupnatiiico.unrriH4.rr .-'e:: - ; 'Trt'iV orCieiar'tal'mienl- odtiy. three reasons wVref pfvnt foi' tbn-tiiiu'infe tMMltkrit onrtil: t"'i'- 1 . To supiiletnent Allied control of the head offites of these firms in (Jermany. 2. To restrict 'thoce firms that have sold themselves out to the Axis through, their desire to make temporary exorbitant profits at the ex-ueiise of the cause of democracy." 3. To maintain controls over for-i:n assets, "which have been looted from their rightful owners by the Axis governments. "' iJiat lli touih AjntMirttu: ewintry.j wJjich S'Ci'ary of Suiw n(rsijfilj Jluil has i ji' uiral- cltKjsibihj n Hnv-' inc a "Kawist" .liovi'iniin ij., JodJ alii (it1 royl.. , t -v --.l.-fi . J 'Oilier countries, .in order of numbers on llie black iiHt. aiv: Chilli ihl; Swiup.rland. l.Z'-H);. Sjwiiwi 1.-2Si; lru. J.l:i:- 1'onujful, 1.151; Colombia, 1.12:1; and Sweden. 4 71. This labulaiioii revealed t hat Hit Xazi have attempted to make coni-niereial 'onnect ions far morp widely in Latin Aim-n'ra than in Kurope. Tic number of blacklisted firms in Latin American was 9.915, while tbe total for all oilier count ires was 5.4 !Hj. Officials explained that postwar retention of the blacklist which denies these firms the rijiht to deal with -the Cniied Nations will be longer 'MKttMUiu ctjuiibmextkmn i i t ! , . . i., ,iV:ii, li. ,,u Hum' Vour Cliillics Dry Cleaned "The Model Way"-' " MODEL CLEANERS .Phone j: 323 South Main ard. ' ' 1 Charles V. Hughes lost two horses with sleeping sickness last week. Mrs. Howard Smart spent Sunda in Danville, 111. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Smart. Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Smith were callers at the homes of F. D. Cooke and Ella Thompson Friday. Callers Sunday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Cooke were Mr. and Mrs. Milt Busby and sons of Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Osborn and dailsihuf andn Rennick ol Kockville. '' ' " ' ' Mr. an'd Afrs! William A. Walthall were ill Danville, 111. shopping one day last week. Mif., Oscar Maxfield , visited Ella ThrtnlUSon and family Thursday ai- 0 Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Raj 2351 Blackman ill- nielli t.livyfi pi'olllI, ai'Liou 0,,1-'XP1'Q priatu ,t,lesu liinis ,ajul s-'t- UP Uf SPr(IN3 t Am Kcaji oir, nfiirds.'tonvmii in Chicago, is Mrs. Charles B. Gilbert, above,, whom coveatiori eUiCit'ti as ne.y prcsiilcnt of. the Legion's S Jjm4 en's auxiliary. fIaternatior.il), the pwiieyhl,iH the ,iu"J,'n., JJl wliii'h hay.c hec njifi.nd jiaiiy.'!. ( ternoon. Mrs. William A. Walthall was given a surprise Thursday eening.whn jeval relatives and friends gather-h'A'.n her home to help her relelinrte i her birthday. -- - - - MONUMENTS 0 A Complete l ine ) , J Jior Service Drop l" A.l'urHr E. W.Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana yjf h a t c o u I d f o u" b u y "'-' lf ,CyI. Howard Rigftby Is Awarded the Purple Heart "Wteraiisof Vt trr--Tell IfowWnOW Kxplosive l.Sef: (Continued from page 1) Clil. Howard I.. Higsby. 3.1, aim of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kigsby. rnte one.,iaris. Ill, and brother of Soothe your irritated eyes with Murine Uh rarria Johnson, Clinton, was awarded the order of the Purple : 8 - - , Ml 'epI Heart for wounds received In tialtli Io"Africa. March 31. 1H43. accord I lyiMUIY.. ing to word received by the parents for as little as fifteejj or twenty cents a dayHhat gives as much pleasure . . . protection . . . comfort and convenience as ELECTRICITY? recently. Cpl. Itigshy. a tank driver in the bly can accept eiinduyiiM iit ;ii 'tin-plant or- diruit iM-raoun lookli g ,ir work tp Ii. Jle.-ftirfeejs liitla. r!m5:.'e in oiii-rations al I hi- .lain until alter llin tall of Jajian. Similar m-mfmi ntx were i')ressed by Cajilaiii iliiler. v. lio inenl ioned the fact that the physical reii'lli'e-nients have lieen lilH-r:iliy.i'd illllil many persons t'onin rly relu-sed employment there cullhl prnlably meet the new standards and he hired. Emirinmis amonnts ef s.ii-:i!es 81st Armored Division, lias been in I yriginated by n eye physician, Jr Murine brings sooihing relief to wr eyes chat are tire J, burning or smart ing. JUSIIWU UIUpJ 1U Mm -J- Murine starts at once to soothe and Italy since the invasion of the Anzio Beachhead. Before entering the t'nited States Army in January of 1941 he was employed on a farm In Illinois and the Edgar Coal Co. He received basic training at Fort Know Ky. During a recent inspection trip in Italy by King George of England. Cpl. Fiisby was an honor guard ni refresh. Murine contains seven ingre- m. dients ... is used in thousands 01 w ar f iodusines and first-aid kits. Safe.;; I gentle. ..soothing. Use it yourself. are used during must lie supplie I.ieiilenant -la-' le-illlany is far it is a luiii; nay an aila.-K and ihe-e t ; ,.U' ,f drives h l,s,-n poimed .mi l;,- ,i-."W;'Va ....T,.t.v. IK.n tvViJ'Kiii tile king 11, ne d , IVJtilj othem living costs .have ...aa.se 'r, rej ,-,;', Dl n , -i ft :f"Tr i ia.ii'1 ki in n. 11 if fr? t " A it f f I lii- v r mi,! ii 1 r f N ft J he sauP-ltt' ( (tiH-lusiuii jnpreased, electric rates have are oersras. Details of prepjirntinn tor am iniieh of New lint .hown In "Attac as I'ihhed ' by S i . . 0-kA Of i; gond iff."" final capture ot a in island w.ie all ul' -Tt-rtieh w )ik men and Ataeil. Ii clear es of supplies l inviisinni. The uuwii iu a iiuvv iuw mi ' ; "ill y-? ? I mum Dt which wa i y showed the niasr-e di d for successful film w;is in ehart:e Indiana where more than 97 of Ueiii.'iKim Mills, pliiiit puhlic re-j hit ions ot ; irt-r. ! itavnmml MedPicU, i-resiil-nt of the chili, arted as chainuan for ( most of the uieeiin.:. attend. H u ip -a i ly ,"tt m. mheis ;uid euesis. rL American Shipping To Argentine To Slop October I MENNP WOaEN WAR YOfUCER& URGENTLY NEEDED E. I. Du Pont I)e Nemours & Co. Inc. Operating Wabash River Ordnance Works NEWPORT, IND. No Experience Required Working Hi Hours a Week At 'resent Time and One Half Over 40 Hours REQUIREMENTS FOR WOMEN MINIMUM AGE 21 YEARS MINIMUM WEIGHT 120 LBS. Apply At WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 2nd Floor Star Building Terre Haute, Ind. Dl PONT REPRESENTATIVE Will Interview at the Vermillion County Rationing Board Offiee At Clinton, Indiana SEPTEMBER 11 through 27 IContln'jHtl Horn inu li ! North American hmtntns f'r move- TITTSE tr.o important steps may !uip you to overcome the tiiscom-fnrti-or rinbarrassment of sour stom-nch, Jvrkv nerves, loss of appetite, Utah .weight, digestive complainu, wakucs, poor complexion I A pfir-r.-a v ho Is or'trntmsi on only a 70 tu '.S'o beairhy blood volume or a etonuu-h diyiative anpai'ity cf only 50 tu 6o- liorni-l is se-i art ly handicapped. Ko wnh ample- Ftoroach (llgt'stUf Juices PITS RICH fiWJ-BI.OOD you should enjoy that tra-so of well-lx-ine wlilch de-ncu-s physical Unitm . . mtutul alert-111" si! ' II vou nre iiiiject to poor dhTPtion or suspect doiu-ier.t red-blood as the cause cf w.ur trouble, yet have r.o orgriiuc rcr.v. lent ion or focal infection, 33 Tome i;u.v be ju.4t.wii.H yu nttd as It is cain-c'J.ilv tie--k,ned Hi t,i j,iomitt' the flow of VITAL plUtSTIVK JUICES In the sioniu h and 2) to build-up iiLOOD BlHENullI uiitn defijunt. Cuild Sturdy Health jnd Help America Win Thousands find ti.ounda cf liters have ttttiiiid to ti.e bi:'.-r.t.. S;-S Tonic has fcroui hi to tht-m t.d eitiiUhc research fcl.nv.-s th..t il 'U: rLtuIts tlfs why so ii.:iii'. fayttaTui.ic buaus sturdy heaitU ir-iiib ' ou Ufl l-k? oursvif at,a;n." AC cUu sioi iiiu luundCooz-faULS l!-S S.Co. of electric power is produced by steam turbine... and mostly with Indiana coal. There it just one other comparable buy today and thai is WAR BONDS. Buy and hold WAR BONDS hr i the ELECTRICAL things you want to buy tomorrow? ' Starting September 20-"THE ELECTRIC HOUR," with NELSON EDDY who will be heard over ; " your favorite CBS station each Wednesday night PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. mem of ('iiiil.li rce to the I ' llil t-d I r - I V.lll'(;TON. D. t . - A seeiv ! economic Mow v. as directed acaiast Argentina todav hy (he disclosure that the Mitcklist of linns tradini: uiin the Ais wi deiiniti ly he continued alter the collapse ot (i 4 cu u lit ries and territor-uttionals have heeii jd.iC-proeluimed lisi or" hlock- ; Of the ! ies w hosi ' ed on th' ed nationals uentina has (the black listi, Ar- greatest numlier j Today's action Vnited Stales was jnii t ish iiu erniiiem -by the State Iiepniim in which the ed by I lie Hri-uas d.-sculud nt as '"requir TONI.C " helps Lm'.U STURDY HEALTH ed in order to permit the Allied nov-L'rnmeias to deal iroi'eiiy with iiims

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