The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 23, 1944 · Page 2
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, October 23, 1944
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'..ervJ ,: t, 'j n f 4ltl Monday, October 23, 1&44. THE DAILY CL 1 NT ON 1 AN" Page Two A Gl "HI YA' BABE" WITHOUT BACK TALK 'Hillings Celienil Hospital in Indian-! iinollB. L'pl. .Miihiirin has been in Italy the past " months and was wounded wiilie in service. I Community Club met at the town I hall Friday evening, alter business Yanks Scour Way Through Jap Defenses (Continued from page 1) Baptist Church to Show War Film Wednesday Night "They Live Forever,". a full-color motion picture with sound, dealing with the spiritual aspects of World War II. will be shown at 7 p. 111. Wednesday, Oct. ii5, iu the First Ilaptist Church, 520 South Fifth Street, according to Itev. Hay Crawl, pastor. The film, produced by Irwin A. Moon, of the Moody ilible Institute extension stuff, features the llfe-rart experiences of lA. James C. Whit-taker and Sf?t. John Diirtek. and the testimony of Col. (leorge S. Clarke, one of the last army officers to leave Rataau, as well us u series of training shots taken Iu both army and navy camps. in the version of the film a sequence is devoted to some of Mr. Moon's "Sermons from Science" demonstrations. Including examples ot photomicrography, lapsed-time session bunco was played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Dorothy Hawkins high, Mrs. Mary Houston, low. and .Mrs. Sybil Sperry bunco and travel. Pfc. Marine Charles Markello returned to Fort Cherry. Callr. after upending several days leave with his pnrentB. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Markello. Miss Hetty Dunn spent Friday night and Saturday with Miss Margaret McAdams In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whltlock Fairview News Of Interest Guests From Kentucky, Ohio at Kennedy Home; California Guest Here Mr. and Mrs. Charlie C'iiiif und dnUKbter, Chuiieiie mill Mr. and Mix. UcorK C'llne und nun. (leurue wro recent KueMH ul I lie Inline of Mm. George Cllne's futher. Jnrk Whlppo und brother. Chin-leu. In l.yiurd, Jnck WhiiMio, L'haili'K 'lii!o cif Lyfoid und .Mr. and Mrs. CeoiKe Cllne and nun. lieorce were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mm. Charles Cllne und daughter In Clinton. Mrs. Huhy Hay spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Hay liunyan of Clinton visited recently with Mrs. Mare White, who is making Iter home with Uer dauuhter. .Mrs. Nellie names. Mrs. S. F. Whit look Is xiiemliiiK soveral duys with relatives in Indianapolis and Kdinhui'K. - "rife V . triftfr n i ! .- ' . . f r i s ' . , - i ' ' A I I . , -L ' v - - - 5-' ? 1 ;j States forced of liberation have a permanent foothold iu the I'hlllp- I'llICK. Falo has roads leading In all directions from the city and should help to solve the problem of the keeping supplies within reach of rapidly advancing American forward units. He-establish Philippine Government General Douglas MacArlhur's Monday communique announced that J a panese forces were a ppa ren t ly photographs of growing flowers, and pictures of crystal growth under a polariscope. , withdrawing to the west and the, spent Saturday In Terre Haute. Mrs. Andy Hoberts spent .Saturday with relatives In Terre Haute. They recently visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Hlaty. Mr. and Mrs. Robert AlcCrea and sons ot Indianapolis spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Alth-ur McCrea. Mrs. Thomas McCrea and children or Indianapolis are spendiilfe the the week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Hancock of general, himself, presided at a ceremony, re-establishing the seat of Hie Philippine government at Taclo-. ban. As American fighting men pushed their offensive, work units began - - V, Wasted Woodland Through man's carelessness close to 6,000 acres of woodland valued at more than a quarter of a million dollars are burned each year in the state of Massachusetts' Mr. and Mrs. Karl Carty or Terr preparations to establish an enor- , mous army and navy base from ' which to strike further blows against the Japs in tho Philippines. Hepaiiing aptuml Airdcnnes With giant bulldozers and other heavy equipment already at work enlarging und reconditioning two Haute spent Saturday with Mr. and l.yford spent .Sunday wiin mi. aim Mrs. Thomas Harnes. I Mrs. S. T. Whitlock. Mrs. Blanche Heynolds and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Williams Cora Runyan spent Tuesday ill anil children were Sunday guests of Terre Halite. ! relatives in Parke County. Mrs. i Minerva Curry of Terre! Mrs. Walter Bennett and Mrs. Hill Haute spent the weekend with her Anders of Danville, III., were Sunday daughter. Mrs. M- -shall Ray. guests of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Har- Mr. and Mrs. lieorge Klliult of per. ' ' . , Terre Haute were Sunday guests of Pfc. Herbert Peterson was a Sun- Dr. G. R. McGUIRE ( imJROPR ACTOB Kaj 2351 Blackman SCT. B ODELl of Nevada, Mo and Sgt. A. Hrupa, lltlca, N. Y., wave a friendly greeting to a scantily Clad window dummy in Mcrksteiii, Germany. This is a U. S. Army Signal Corps photo. (International) captured airdromes near the lowns GERMAN RAINS DEFY YANK'S TENT Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Unrnes. day guest of Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Mrs. Sherman Mills of Flat Lick, Smith. '-.if, Ky., Mrs. Harold Jones, Mrs. Klnier vm , . Hoosier-Born Stage Star Richard Bennett Dies in Hollywood Relief At Last.ij For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ, laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with, the understanding you must like the way it q Uckly allays the cough or you are to your money back. CREOMULSION For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis ,.i i "if:-' - - -t -.; - l , s ysA of Tactoban and Duiac on Leyte, Japanese ground forces retreated into the swampy interior of the island and minor "ineffectual" air raids on American shipping in the Gulf of Leyte comprised the main enemy defensive effort. MacArthur pointed out that the enemy supply problem must become acute when the Japs are forced to take to the hills, indicating that the battle-hardened American Doughboys will give tho enemy no rest as they push forward on an eighteen miles front. Artillery Moves Inland With the town of Taeloban, Ley, te's capital, and Dulag in American hands and five rapidly expanding beachheads strung along the island's eastern coast, United States artillery moved inland to lob their shells in lo the retreating Japanese forces. In the course of the sustained American advance, numerous small towns and villages were overrun. Xaval Giuis Shell Knemy Throughout Sunday night, nuval guns from big American warships anchored off shore and provided with pin-point target directions by Yanks on the island, slammed tons of flaming steel Into Japanese pois-tions, wiping out stubborn pockets of resistance. Lumbers Keep I'm Attack Heavy American bombers dropped 94 tons of explosives ai Cagayan, principal port and communications center of northern Mindanao, which was by-passed by MacArlhur's surprise invasion of Leyte. Many buildings were demolished and fires started at Cagayan and no opposition was encountered. (Continued from uage i.) Temporary interment, will be at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Later the body will be Bent to Old Lynn-, Cum)., for burial beside thai or Bennett's second wife. Adi ienne M unison, the mother of bis three, daughters. The idol of tens of thousands it tho height of his career. lienne t was a stormy petrel of the theater. He shocked and delighted audi"'. 2-;s with his "ad lib" curtain speei ties in which critics, producers, ph.y-w rights or anyone who held his ire at the moment bore the brunt of his remarks. It was .his habit also, lo 'ad lib" the lines of his roles, saying, in .tejd of the lines that had been wr.'tt"n, The veteran matinee u oi wi.b co-star with such stage c : -'11 it utF- as Alaude Adams. Mrs. Minnie Madden Fiske, the Barrymores Maurice. Lionel and John - Tyrone Power Sr., and Viola Allen. Bennett was born at Deacon Mills. Ind., May 21, 1S72. the son of a Meliiodist,. lay -pr4a-che.v ll smarted Uf'e.i-'i jitaiini'sipmu'ntuu i;u Lo-gansport, Ind., and before f'innuly reaching the stage, in Chicago, lie was successivly, a singing wait r, a sailor on the Great' Lakes, a eisli-washer, a medicin:1 .-how peror; ler. a professional boxer w;ih a carnival show and 1 hotei f;erk. Mills and Clyde Mills of Cincinnati, Ohio, were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Kvln Short and Simeon Short of Terre Haute were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short. Miss Willna Police of Indianapolis spent the weekond here.. Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Shores and daughters of Terre Haute spent Sunday with his purentR. Mr. and Mrs Everett Shores. Everett Swickard of Chicago spent. Monday night with his mother, Mrs. Alice Swickard. Mrs. Gladys Swickard and sons of Chicago, 111. spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. Alice Swickard. Mrs. Eunice Kennedy. Mrs. Zola Ray and Mrs. Ruby Ray spent Thursday in. Indianapolis. Mrs. Mary MeCelland of California is spending the week with her sister-in-law. Mrs. Al Pascoe. Harold Street of Centenary was Sunday guest of his mot her. .Mi s. Alice Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hurrlngloii were Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs. Dollie Griffin of Center. Ovie Pence of Indianapolis snent Sunday and .Monday here. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and children spent the weekend with relatives in Danville, 111. Mr. and Mrs. John Kitchen and sons of Anderson spent the weekend with relatives. Mrs. Bessie Claybough and daughter, Ann of Clinton are spending Hie week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck. Boy Scout Flans For Foslwar Arc To Be Outlined At the annual Wabash Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America, dinner to be heUl in the Woodrow Wilson Cafeteria at i:00 p. in., Oct. 110, George C. Carroll, Superintendent of the Terre Haute Schools, will discuss Hie Scouts' postwar five-year plan. Dr. I,. A. Malone, President of the Wabash Valley Council, appointed a committee composed of George C. Carroll, Chairman, Forrest Siierer, and Dr. L. A. Malone to study present Scout activities and formulate plans for expansion in the postwar period. This central committee was assisted by representatives from each of the eight districts of the Council. District chairmen were: Ivan Burrell. Clark District; Paxton Link, Edgar District: Harry Payne, Clay District; Howard McFadden. Parke District; Dr. E. II. Hnrtlett. Putnam District; John Taylor, Sullivan District; James Sutton. Vermillion District: and John Thompson, Vigo District. The WabasJi Valley L,uitici. ,was one of .twenty Jn Region' Seven, which includes the states of Indiana, Illinois. Michigan, and Wisconsin, selected as eligible to participate In the Phillip's Foundation Plan of expansion of Scout activities and services. Activities of former Scouts ill the present world war emergency have proved beyond question the value of Boy Scout training which conies at the time most important to forming character and attitudes toward life. GEOKGE K. LLOYD'S Shorthorn Dispersal In connection with a general sale of farm proH-rt- six milfH nouIU-east of KiK'kville, or five miles southwest of llelliiiore, or 15 miles north of llruzil, Ind. MONDAY, OCT. 30 V2:tW V. M. '!," Head of Sinn thorns consisting of ten cows with calves at foot; four open heifer, anil our herd sire, edai-iinok Filut, a son of (e!l;(rbiioli Vigilance. Vdar-bioolv 1'ilol uas (he top selling Shorthorn bull at the Indiana Stale Spring Shorthorn Sale, seiliiig lor 7;tO. On tie are T. 1$. and Hangs Tested. GEORGE K.LLOYD Itoutcii, IM. H!S TENT ES2CTCD over his fo:;hole didn't l:cep the fains out for this GX Joe, who uug in Giufwciler, Germany, lo o uses an empty ration can to bail out tho water. This in an oaiciul United Stal Army Ql&iiul Gornfi-p;!j.J:r 1 j;n. . ; - -( Ir.iprttytpl SoitQiltfmfp 1 r r- 7 livan County of Kobhison. , J tjhn I'. Holmes.- 2(i, llt.f the truck, driver. One Killed, Two Injured In Sullivan County Crash Sl'LLIVvN. Ind. One person was dead and ,two others hi injured as the result of a crash between an automobile and a stalled truck near the H udtioin ille bridge in Sul- bled to tJe.-th. 4 Dillon Routt, of Sullivan, driver of the car, and Clyde Smith, of Kohin-sun. were i'njured 'in t he accident which occurred kite Saturday. the heck You (SEE! I'M goinsto CLIP 1 AiOMDER IF THtiyvjc SEEM MV PICTURE WUTHAT.i ITI ARE! I SAVM IT THIS HERMAD'S PICTURE rar. ana airs, siiui Mlnllli. Harvey Delpli, Mrs. Bernard Helpli and son, 1 More than 12,000.0(10 boys and men HERE'S E4-AINE LURELY'S FIR5T, t : V I AND PIW IT 1 UP IM MY lv5EE! lLL- Ronnie, Stanley Mills. Mrs. Harold:"' ou'' country nave oeeu nrau.a PICTURE AND NMHAT I QET I since t ho I'oundintr of the Boy Scouts I "5. A AATER of America in 1910. To a boy, Scouting is a Kunie, a magnificent game, full of play and laughter, keeping him at a task which he learns by JoneB ana uiyae Mills of Ohio were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A V. Kennedy. Mrs. Harry Smith spent from Tuesday until Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Connor In Danville III. PROOF 3LUE doing. Scouting gives the boy an op-pnrlunity to learn to live with other buys, to grow socially, and to gain mmm Sir. and Mrs. Je.sse Mahuriri and daughter. I'nl.y . Mr. and Mi. I km'J""t!f" ul iiimbm i""u mm Loren flriffiii ,1. l,i.- . m'ouiiiik "" ' recently with Cnl. I'miiI M.iiiiiiiii ;n it..-' -y- v TILLIE the TOILER , ;.ATiRsr . pa. D f j L QUESS THAT MERMAID I ImiSS 30MESHERE'5 A BUSHEL OF I and i also Hame some mail r- r ar- m 1 If Xi PICTURE OF MIME IS MAKING MAIL FOR THE MERMAID ON THE! jRELATINcS TO OUR COMPANY'S GLUE -7 USEUOO 'Cold Preparation! a$jkat MISS TOMES, HR.UOHiMy: A HIT I 7 VMATER- CgeASST 3USINESST I R PURDY OF THE ASSaX&&) PROOF t J vft KTt ' Br MERMAID GLUE CO ; - ffij HSt 7 1 1 6LUE M (ft? Mfj) HAS SOME FAM ' 3 fo 'tittlfX L". i-ABElL4v' ) i ih- ( ( . RuMWettover mail for you J . J . -rXfT. Ai A?H . 11. V A perieneeH wlllell cininaM.i' tne ninua-incnlal principU'R of religious, cliar- ! aeter and fit izenship. ! .1. Kdgnr Hoover. Director of K. ! II. I., said recently. "Many of the men in the K. H. I. were SconlB when they were lioyti. KeHourt'efulncHS. ini-lialive and dependability are called ; fur daily in Iheir defenae of I he 1 home front. These are the name qualities I hat accriiiitl. for exceptional rec- ! ordr. Ini nter Scouts have made oil the hattlefrnnto around the world. A way inuwl lie found to r.ivc Hrnutlni; In I he llirec' or four million nen-af?e Inns who said Ihey waul it. l.eailern I spoiiHora lliu::l he found fill' 1 lieill." The;;e a re the reasollf thai over I lit... hundred Scouteis of the eiBht nlh'H of I lie Wabash Valley I'oun- . il ulll meet on Oct. ;iii (o honoi ileii Scoulitiaslers, t'ulMiiasterH anil I heir wives. The Seoul Mill hers l''ed- ii.tie-ii will sponsoi- a lea meeting tin- iun Scout niolhei i, al i; .'In i. in. on this dale. h..,H who .aid Ihey wan, It. Leaders i- ' I;"'' -ir-X. SmM - ' I V& I 1 . V AW I I ) A MM V I Vll I T f XQTS -J . NSK We've Slalrri You I'or Tin- CR0MPTON HILL AND CARNIl'AL Tuesday, Get. 24 ii"tirni iiiti II :.'.( I mrjuwm rim m. i.C3e. .TT-m I 17.-,, .iT. r - - . 1 ' ',-.--r . ,r H lr,ir . ffi.Aif Ar3,HM (Vv'Ctv II y7 T.-jnr. wccriwc acne mcvt uici Tr, ap-VI 7I.Z:Z. 1 .. . -. -- IJJL r.N0WS THAT H.Mv :viC ,rH VJU .;kculD Ly, TrRRi.-btXCuSS INIDNATlONAL HAS SEEN 00R irfl 6TDW HOJORS ON 0U.M3U LUCKV STIFF-! ITS I ?.'ZX.vw--rr..?" At: VTWIST'!TTI3 1 - K-iAioaavRiii Wv;w ihat- news'" me pleace pcture.'hamlet-id they've j v i! V tkemenOOUS publicity COLOSSAL!! iirnl-niiiiii i.ld..rJ.::.JS t.irrr r "'"Tr-- -w i'OOO A wLEK CLQZl? :-. sr f JP T A mv man'7 30K 60OFV OXSR YOUR ACTOtf J - p- k like 4 c.o sock if :V ' T I t.rr vij! '--. ii; .-m Of -fcaossti' TTTtJF fx VtvTfVii YPW lj fair bemnda has . .- f.i ;7iiv ' M J . ' -!U ---I vZ 2W il irlH.nllf DISAPPEARED. AND N- KtA' ' .CJlft H , firtW V V E --l l tgBB V ,-. WOULD LIKE NOTWNJS ' "xJfc? ' I yfkfiVCft 'I'l I 3TTERl MY, WHAT A g--."T "X I) Z-OlirA . &tV "4 L ' -.r.AMM HAiR" ' " Mr7''- CLEAM COTTON 1 i T Ji t ssh i - r'-'H i-' y- I BREADTH -'.P'.SuREllC-RTAYllueKSRL.DY All II ;'; ,'' , VOi)oij' D WOW I I SHE HAS 5iMPLY DISAPPEARED!! AMD IF lOU'LL TfT - 'kcw WA'JE I AT OkiE , - , ! B THROW A M0NKP" WREkiCW V TumT tuUPT JlCFRS 4 RE -''" RDRSIVE MY PERSONAL OPINI0N.I SJSPECT SMCSlt 'Sga BLOW BLASTED HARRYS TTTi. A t5. i rc"r' r.?MPA BEEN EA5EOO0T TO MAKE WAY FOR A5LETTE 7U iiE CAREER AND WAT I'fi lA Il-ivS IUDDV OHW-ASN rImv-i NOTiSvTING inri-i WEATU AS Y0UR LEAOIAL! ,. , V-.-dwSHANDMiGHTV PRO- . I! .... mm m mm ll l' . -- T i 'A .Jk Jkl " 'iC-J I1AII V ! IFiTBlrJI AH ST nV .O-TV ? c-r- Mii ; -c' I Vs,

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