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Page Three THE DAILY -CEINTONIAN Tuesday, October 11, 1944. v Clinton Social Notes RpvpntApn Members Attend claims of victory over tiie Third Fleet, Admiral Nimitz said that enemy torpedo planes attempting to drive off the daring carrier attacks, did some "superficial" damage to the U. S. ships off Formosa, and declared that 39 of the attacking planes had been Bhot from the sky. Attack Mltmher Fleet He made no mention of the Imperial fleet, but disclosed the furious air-sea battle began the night of Oct. 12-13 when swarms of Jap fighters and torpedo planes attacked the Third Fleet s carrier forces under command of Vice Admiral Marc A. Mltscher. That the mightiest fleet of flattops ever assembled for a single operation waB In action, was Indicated by the statement that five carrier units, each consisting of an unknown number of, carriers, had squared off against the Jap in his home wuters. Nimitz Crushes Jap Claims To Major Victory (Continued from pace 1) list of American achievements: 1 A slashing new attack by B-29 fiiinAi'nrtfl on Formosa, the third in four slays and the Japanese them selves admitted anotner assault soon afterward, BOO I'uuie Destroyed 2 Destruction of almost 900 enemy planes In the course of assaults against this large island so close to the Japanese homeland. 3 "Obliteration" of Japanese aircraft factories and other vital installations at Formosa's chief military bases. 4 Destruction o f one ' enemy cruiser, 'possible sinking of another and elimination of an additional 48,- lion tons of JaDanese combat or mer Heart, the Good Conduct ribbon, and the European-North African-Middle Kast Theater ribbon with one bronze' star for the Italian campaign. Throw Tour 8crap Into the Flfht! American Beauty hhop Vera Mae Black 81 U S. Main Phone M Socialized Hair Styling 0 Permanent Waves Oiien Kveiiiliu AUTHORITY Oil DEAFNESS HERE Mr. M. H. Mosel will conduct a free Clinic for the hard of hearing at the Clinton Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 19th from 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. Mr. Mosel has had specialized training on hard of hearing probleniB and takes an understanding interest in helping the hard of hearing. He is well qualified to make scientifically correct fittings of bone and air conduction instruments. The new Acouslicon Speech-Hearing Test will be given free as well aa a private demonstration of the new Symphonic Acousticon hearing aid which is based on U. S. Government findings, and made by America's oldest hearing aid manufacturer. Simply call at the Hotel at time mentioned above. Kvening appointment for a demonstration in your own home may be had by phoning the hotel, on above date. (Adv.) Local Soldier 'Lives To Tell It' After Direct Hit on Jeep CAMP nilKCKINRIDGE, Ky. Hurled several yards Into the air and suffering a broken neck and fractured skull when a German artillery shell scored a direct hit on his Jeep. Pvt. Ami G. Mosley, of Clinton, ind., is alive today, but still wonders how he pulled through. Now UHsIgned lo the 1 57"t II Service 1'nlt at Camp liiecklnrldge, Pvt. Mosley served overseas with the Ammunition and Pioneer i'latoon of the Slith (Texus) Division, famed veterans of the Fifth Army's bloody battles of Salerno, Casslno, and An-zlo, Italy and the Seventh Army's amphibious landing In Southern Frunce. it was at Casslno that he hud his closest brush with death. Pvt. Mosley was driving his ammunition Jeep near the ruins of the blitzed town, when a high-explosive shell from the muzzle of a Nazi field piece struck the vehicle. Immediately throwing him clear. Medics who rushed to the scene found the Jeep completely demolished and Pvt. Mosley suffering from a broken neck and fractured skull. "I'll always be grateful for the prompt and efficient medical aid I got at Casslno," declares this veteran, "that's the only reason I'm here today." According to Pvt. Mosley, a plaster cast had been placed over the broken neck and he was on his way to a field hospital within thirty minutes utter his injury. Pvt. Mosley wearB the Purple . , . ,hhanr ahlnnlnr in a terrific raid on 55 0SPJTAL UyU Mrs. Elma Warren, Rockville, R. 3, was admitted to the county hospital Sunday as a surgical case. Miu Rachel Hrewer. Dana, was ad mitted to the county hospital Mon day as a surgical case. Mrs. Jennie Thomas, R. 3, Clinton and Joe Vladik, R. 3, Clinton, were admitted to the county hospi tal Monday as medical cases. Miss Bessie Van Duyn, South Fourth street; Mrs. Florence Her-rick and baby, Montezuma and Jerry Cook, R. 1, Clinton, were dismissed from the county hospital Monday. 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Battle Continuing The possibility that the smashes were continuing was seen In the wording of the communique which pointed out that results announced were based on latest lniormauon, 111- mcaiing. u.ai maw us oemg meieu uui ... u.c Cnverinsr action' during; Oct, 13. 11 and IK. Nimitz revealed that 160 " - -- - enemy aircraft were shot down off iinui taken by American planes and aircraft fire. In the same three days, Nimitz said, American losses were five planes. Down Tokyo Claim Tn revefllinir the continuing at tacks on Luzon, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, commander In chief of the Pacific fleet, threw some cold water os the fantastic "victory celebration" broadcasts from Radio Tokyo. The fact that carrier units are still lashing the former American possession would tend to dispel the Jap assertions that their fleet bad finally gone into .action and was "pursuing the enemy jn an annnnu-tion battle." . . .. Further dispelling frenzied Jap Hotel Scene of Birthday Party Sunday Afternoon MIbb Diane Moore observed her eleventh birth anniversary at a party given at the Clinton Hotel basement Sunday afternoon. Her grandmother, Mrs. Georgia Self and aunt. Mrs. (luerrl were hostesses. Diane is the duUKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Moore of South Hend. Her futher Is aerving wlih the II. S. Navy. Twenty-six guests attended the party. Those present were Patty Straw, Ethel James, Lois Catterson, Elizabeth Shanklln, Kuth Kamsey, Martha Jones, Joan Christopher, Don Faulds, (ieorge Jones, Bobby GoBsett, Patricia Sampson, John Lamb. Diane Kutch, Pat Turner, Claudette Johnson, Bobby Lambert, Jean Mack, Jimmy Pulliam, George Remler, Barbara Christopher, David Baldwin, Robert James, Jane Pesa-vento, Charlotte Martin, Marilyn and Diane Moore. FRIDAY IJTKRARY OIU I.K Mrs. Morey White entertained the members of the Friday Literary Circle at her home on . South Main street Friday afternoon. Mrs. G. Roy Stuitz had charge of the program and reviewed "What Became of Anna Bolton" by Louis Bromfleld and "The Steep .Ascent" by Anne Llndberg. HKCENT MARRIAGE Paul Noggle and Miss Virginia Benton of Quaker were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of Rev. Anna Smith. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North Ttli St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT n w is Most populor"yaar 'round" dtmtrt lira pint Afwoyt pur and Uliciovi. YOU mok any flavor in 2 minu'M. 20 famaui ncipti in ach packas. PI tow as yovr trocar far LOtlDOtlDCRRy 835 Howard Street. Son Frondico 3, Collf. A A A AAA A A A A A A. AAA A A Il s' SJ XTSVtSI looking h2$)inJk X W$wS 1""k jtj I P feel J XAXv'Wjf) 'leaned VJ&P-fP clothing t'yMA Way" I ajiM'arance. MODEL I 32: Soiuli Main RE-ELECT Egbert P. Hell YOUR Prosecuting Attorney REPUBLICAN TICKET ' 1 ' Tuesday Mother's Leisure, Mrs. Floyd Guinn, 7:30. Fortnightly Club, Mrs. A. . Spears. 8 p. m. Mrs. Ada Cloyd will have charge of the program. Alpha Club, Mrs. Earl Turner, z p. m. Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church Mrs. Melvln Klrkman, 7:30 p. m. MrB. E. P. Lowry, assist ant hostess. Band Booster') Club. All people Interested please attend this meeting. St. Bernlce P. T. A. Tuesday, Oct. 17. 7:30 p. m. at the high school. . Wednesday Pvthlnn Circle. 7:30 D. tn. Mrs. Kate Kelshelmer, South Sixth street. Euchre games will start at the Falrview town hall at 7 p. m. First meeting Oct. 25. Public Invited. Friendly Bunco Club, Clinton Hotel, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Edith Nowllng, hostess. ABC Club, Mrs. Harry Hudlln, 1201 South Fifth street, 7:30 p. m oi aoutn ruin sired, i.ov v. - ni..u Happy Hour nome n.e wuu i 10-30 a. m. Mrs. Helen Dalton, Uni- . m. MrB. ieieii uanuu, uui- hostess and Mrs. Andrews, versal. nRRlstant hostess. Acme Club. MrB. Harry Moore, South Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Embroidery CUD, meet with Mrs. W. D. Gerrisb at TheP'st.' Bernice Chapter of the Milwaukee Women's Club family suoner at the Grade School 6 p. m. with the following men serving the supper. Elishia McDonald, Reed Mc- Ginnis, Stanley Reed, Charles Drap Glnnis, Stanley Keea, uiianeo uiv - er. Jesse Dunn, Ben Reed, and Cyrus Bodle. The meeting will be in cnarge of the president, Mrs. Reed McGin nis. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 9:30 p. m. Thursday Ladies Auxiliary of the One-Half Century Club, Halloween party, 7:30 p. m. Bring pumpkin pie, sanawicn-es, gr doughnuts and table service. Do not mask. ; American Legion Auxiliary, Le gion Home, 8 p. m. Jollv Homemakers Club, -Mrs. Glenn Clayton of Falrview, one o'clock luncheon, Mrs. Alex Waugh, hostess. Phllailiea Class of the First Bap tist Church, meet at the church at 7 p. m. Girls Scouts of Hill, Crest, meet at Hill Crest at 4 P. nr. for outdoor meeting. Bring owmsupper.' B. & P. W. Meet at the Pythian Sisters Hall at 7:30 p. m. : Call Mrs. Turchi,;491, by Wednesday noon If planning to attend. Catholic Women's Club, regular business and social meeting, 7:30 p. m. Social hostess chairman, Mrs. Josephine Marrletta jasalsted by . Mrs. Mary Berto, Mrs: Ann Doughty, Mrs. Mary Pltchkltes and Mrs.. Hat-tie Amatti. All Catholic women Invited. Young People's Clasa of the FirBt Christian Church have postponed their meeting for one week. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p.' m. Friday Falrview Community Club, town hall, regular bunco games. Games Btart at 7:30 p. m. Public Invited. Clinton Delt Chapter Observes Founders Day Twenty-five members of the Delta Theta Tau sorority attended the an nual Founders' Day services held last night at the residence of Mrs. John Miller, Walnut Street. Miss June Owens, president, con ducted the brief commemoration ser vices. Mrs. Charles Holston and two Bona are visiting her sisters, Miss Rbberta Rayce and Mrs. John Sennlck or MuBkegon, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kamm of Gary, Ind. spent the week end with Mrs. Kamm's mother, Mrs. Eva Don na of Falrview. Mr. and Mrs. George Merrltt, Montezuma, R. 1, are the parents of a daughter born recently. The infant weighed seven and three-fourth pounds and has been named June Francis. Civil War Grips All Hungary; Nazis Seize Control in Budapest (Continued from rag 1) in the Royal Palace which remains in the hands of troops loyal to him. A fight between Horthy troops and supporters of the Facist Arrow Cross for control of public buildings near the palace was reported going on. The coup in which Szalasl seized power In Budapest was announced by the capital's radio transmitter. The establishment of the new government by Arrow Cross Party men came less than 24 hours after Admiral Horthy had announced his intention to Beek an armistice with the Allies. Radio Cairo reported an entirely unconfirmed rumor broadcast by an alleged Turkish transmitter asserting that Horthy had been assassinated. The new government issued a Berries of decrees restricting civilian activities and calling for closer cooperation with the German army. Happy Bunco Club Meeting The Happy Hour Bunco Club met at the recreation hall in Universal Monday evening for their regular meeting. Mri. Leatlia Cole wag hostess and seventeen members were present. Bunco was played with prizes going to Mrs. Maggie Granger, high; Mrs. Zetta Brann, bunco, Mrs. Rosemary Searing, low; and Mrs. Marlon Shew, travel. The next meeting will be held next Monday night with Mrs. Ed Searing aB hostess. Social Sisters of Center Meet At Porter Residence Mrs. Ward Porter was hostess for the Social Sisters Club of Center Wednesday afternoon. rinoufo were Mrs. Allie Foncannon of Clinton, Mrs. Violet Houchin. After the hnsiness meeting, three con tests were enjoyed with prizes a- warded to Mrs. Robert carnn, Mrs. Allie Foncannon and Mrs. Wanda Delicious refreshments were serv ed by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Wanda Roberts on November 8 at 1:30 p. m. SUNDAY DINNER PARTY Mrs. Lillian Laverty and son of Parke County entertained Sunday ,nli o dinner. Guests were Mrs. Hattie Lowe and grandson, Jimmy, Steve Fullman, and Mrs. Waneta Hanks. Mm. Barnev Davltto and twin daughters, Anita and Annette, and daughter. Roberta of Chicago, re turned home last week after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rayce and relatives of Universal. Mrs. Jesse Douglas of South Fifth street is visiting her son and wife of Chicago. Billle Joe Rayce is confined to his home with Illness. Fred Wiltermood has moved from 239 Vine street .to the home of Mrs. May Pierce on South Fifth street. Notice! The Clintonian Wants Your News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 88 or 33. A A AAA.A.AAAAAAAAtAA J ,1 f f r "-OOKINC YOUR I BEST? your best lor these snappy da'i? You'll find that how you ,ia9 a lot to 'lo ,,ow II and you'll find that freshly and pressed clothing; Ury-cleuned the "Model will do a lot for your personal 11 CLEANER I'lione 13 - ; S.J. ' ,h.rjj3jl ReSier T-rTCrS. Sun Lamp & V t-l Lamp VpC jL5 . TZA Waffle Iron Shaver Clock J$ DeepFreez HOW MANY OF THESe ffgO) O ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES I w"4 Movie Projector h fa J fejSfT plffl ' i . . will you be using in your new, post-war home? Many ' T I S2lr J$r I are already a part of your everyday life, but in the i iJJ V f I i greater electrical era in 194X we are promised even 1 greater uses of electricity... air conditioning... home 1 Water Heatei ' ' )J) I freezers . . . germicidal lamps . . . electronic air puri- 1 I 1 fiers, etc. Whether or not you will be able to fulfill 1 --sCJF Hair Dryer I j foreseeable, future needs and desires, depends first IS--- -k I upon an adequately wired house. Be sure you have I czUJ I 1 enough circuits, and switches. If you're planning a I i3tiF!XP J I "home of tomorrow," or perhaps you're planning to JgS3 A modernize your present home, check off the services I Train V i you will want from electricity. Then see that your home I t-J -v 'i$ adequately wired for better electrical living. We have j- -J w a booklet of practical information, "Electrical Guide P-rtej&. o-ZT lo the Posl-Wor Home," which you might find helpful. V T', Get aree copy (rota any Public Service Company Office. I H"-, jgfa . PUBIIC SERVICE COMPANY ,U.. . OF INDIANA, IMC. Curlinglron Jl tfk "i 1 f&zs t DEMOCRATIC MEETING II E A R SENATOR CHARLES F. Candidate For Secretary of State ...lt;'' and . i THOMAS It. Kiu3rs(S)n 7" State Comm. of Labor t WED., OCT. 18 8 P. M. Sponsored By The 9 r SCHRICKER-JACKSON GOOD GOVERNMENT CLUB MOOSE HAIL J AiI"con(iitioner Heater fa' .Coffee Make, . " Heating Pad Sandwich Toaster j tS' til1 Y c,ve gn"ousu 1 iu ( J li I ill 01 JO YOUR NATIONAL 't,s O r. 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