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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, October 23, 1944. FAMOUS KIDNAP BOY IN UNIFORM Changes in Gas Rationing Rules Made by O. P. A. ( Clinton Social Notes McNarney Takes Command in Italy; Rain Slows Fight (Continued una pas U Monday Golden Star Club, MrB. Louis Morris, 7:30 p. m. Rehearsal for home talent show. Crompton Hill school gym at 7:30 p. m. Jerusalem Chapter, 254 0. E. 8., (Continued from page 1 B. B. Club Entertained At Bizzy Residence Thursday Mrs. Orfina Bizzy was hostess for the B. B. Club of Blanford held Thursday evening at her home. Bunco was played with prizes a-warded to Mrs. Bessie Runyan, bunco; Mrs. Lucille Marclnko, high; Mrs. Josephine Perona, low and porary and non-recurring gas allotments for trucks owned by farmers will continue to be made by County Farm Transportation Committees, organized under the Department of Agriculture, but will be referred to OPA local boards for action in were apportioned to the northern Italian battle area, Yugoslavian road traffic and Adriatic shipping. Highlanders in Action Headquarters disclosed that the Allwine-Harting Vows Saturday At All wine Home Miss Annie Mae Allwlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allwlne of South Fifth Btreet, and Ernest Halting of Indianapolis were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents Saturday evening. The single ring ceremony was used with Kev. Ray K. Crawl reading the vows. The bride waB attired In a blue suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Angeline Marietta, travel Cape Breton Highlanders, colorful Canadian-Scottish unit from Nova Scotia, did much of the sticky fight Refreshments were served by the hostess. The table was neatly ar Masonic Hall, 7:30 p. m. Past matrons and past patrons night. Tuesday Delta Theta Tau Hallowe'en party In Half Century Club at 8 p. m. Please come masked. Those not going notify MrB. Henry Paloncy, G41-J by 9 a. m. Tuesday. ' Wednesday Idle Wile Club, Mrs. Archie Car-michael, 2 p. m. ThuraOav Friendly Bunco Club, Halloween party, in basement of the Clinton Hotel. 7:30 p. m. Stltch-in-Time Club, postponed ing between the Gothic Line and the Po Valley. The Highlanders captur ranged in keeping with the Hallow een season. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Christina ed a number of German defensive heights. Including Montechio and Coriano ridge and were the first Al Mrs. Hurting has been employed at the National Hosiery Mill of Indianapolis. She attended Clinton High School and was graduated with the clasR of 1928. The groom is employed at a government plant in Indianapolis where they will make their home. A wedding dinner was served with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rowley and Rev. and Mrs. Craw) as guests. Holliugsworth, November 2. m o Annual Fall Festival Given At Jacksonville P. T. A. A large crowd attended the annual fall festival of the Jacksonville PTA held at the school Friday night. The program was presented by the pupils of the school. Mrs. Eleanor Pinson of St. Ber-nice gave two readings. Miss June one week. Mrs. Carl Halsey. stead of to ODT district offices. Applications for certificates of war necessity or for permanent changes in certificate allotments will be handled by ODT district offices as in the past. Forms for making such applications may be obtained at all OPA boards, and also at ODT District and Field Offices and Offices of County Farm Transportation Committees. DFT will continue to certify permanent commercial vehicle needs and issue certificates of war necessity to cover these needs since the majority of current applications, accord to ODT, are for temporary allocations. This new procedure will lake a troublesome, but routine chore off the hands of ODT districts, releasing personnel to direct a great amount of attention and effort to the transportation phases of its program, such as of joint action plans, agricultural and maintenance and conservation work. lied troops to cross tiie Rubicon And Fiumicino Rivers. Unloading of stores and supplies at Piraeus. Port of Athens, Is proceeding satisfactorily, according to advices from the Creek front. British patrols have entered the town of Evvloa (Buboea), which now is clear of the enemy. Many road demolitions have been encountered in the advance towards Lamis and these have hampered movements of heavy transport. A force of British motor gunboats and motor torpedo boats engaged enemy troop carriers off the Yugoslavian coast near Zara Saturday Kappa Delta Phi Members Enjoy Halloween Party Misses Marie Jones and Alice Pvt. and Mrs. Clifford L. Moore, Woolf and Miss Leone King of St. Bernlce gave several musical selections. A War Fund picture was presented during the evening. HONORED AT SHOWER Drake were co-hostesses for the Hal are the parents of a daughter born at the Betheada Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 11. The infant weigh GEORGE WEYERHAUSER, 18, of Seattle, Wash., Is shown at the right as he puts his tie in place following Navy induction. At the lest he is shown as he appeared in 1935, when at the age of nine he waB released by kidnapers who held him captive for eight days. His father, a millionaire, paid the abductors $200,000 ransom. (International) ed seven pounds and one ounce and has been named Judith Ann. Pvt. morning, sinking tow carriers and Mrs. Tony Avenatti was the hon- capturing two others. Ninety-five prisoners were taken. NAZI SYMPATHIZERS GET AIRING ored guest at a stork shower given Moore is stationed somewhere in Friday evening at the home of Mrs. France. Mrs. Moore was the former Ray Black on South Sixth Btreet. Miss Ann iKasubjak of Clinton. The honored guest received several Mr. and MrB. Kenneth Swaim, Rockville, are the parents of a daughter born at the Vermillion County Hospital Friday. The infant weighed ten pounds and has been named Phylles Jean. Mrs. Swaim is the former Miss Reba Preece. As a result of the transfer, the ODT Highway Department Regional and District Orglnzation is being changed to more nearly coincide with OPA Regional and District Office locations and boundaries. There will be four conditions, under the new procedure, under which local boards will be authorized to issue a smaller ration than that allotted by ODT on the certificate of war necessity. These conditions are: . 1 When the board has knowledge of discontinuance or reduction in the operations of the commercial vehicle operator. 2. When the board has knowledge East Prussia Rail Center Falls To Reds, Nazis Admit (Continued from page 1) nice presents. Bunco and contests were played with Mrs. Reno Lebei winning high; Mrs. Andrew Barber, bunco and travel; Mrs. Ray Corcoran, low. Contests prizes went to Mrs. Ray I. Pa-vey and Mrs. Katlieryn Lowry. Refreshments were served in keeping with the Halloween season. m m Otis McClure, Pike Btreet; Mrs. Ethel Hardman, and baby, South Eighth street and Eddy Dale Cox, Sycamore street, were dismissed from the county hospital Saturday. ClIOSRITAl ea annexed to East Prussia. loween party of the PsI Gamma Chapter of the Kappa Delta Phi held Friday evening at thhe Fireman's Camp. Members attending were Mrs. Dorothy Evenger, Mrs. Betty Pierce. Mrs. Charlotte Reed, Misses Kay and FranceB Bierhaurer, Margaret Griffith, Edith Forte, Mary Fullman, Barbara Carrera, and Joan Costa. During the business meeting It was reported that $25 had been voted to the War Fund drive. The Founder's Day meeting will be held November 5. An Informal dinner will be held at 5 p. m. at Antoninl's Restaurant with Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Maurice as hostesses. . Christian Church Members Hold Mask Halloween Party Approximately seventy people attended the mask Halloween party held Thursday for the downstairs Sunday School Department of the Christian Church. Games and contests were h.eld during the evening. Prizes were a-, warded to Bobbie Pesavento and Robert A. Mattsey for being the hardest to guess. Other prives went to Charles Schelsky, Peggy Goodman and a group prize with Collet Hill as leader. Refreshments of sandwiches, cookies and chocolate milk were served. A group of teachers was in charge. ... Irvln Major, route three, Paris, III., who fell and broke hla leg at his home. waB admitted to the coun- Mrs. Bessie Swlnford and baby, Hillsdale and Mrs. Mike Salmond, I ty hospital Friday and dismissed Universal, were dismissed irom tne Saturday. county hospital Sunday. Glen Darland, Cayuga, was admit ted to the county hospital Saturday KKI) CROSS MEETING All Red Cross workers In Can as a tonsilectomy case. The Hillsdale PTA Is sponsoring a Denny carnival Tuesday, Oct. 24. yew I III 1 jj fiirttfifr ' . &MHi&. Mill t fllifliWIMIlfinM M I "' Oil III fllM teen, Motor Corps, surgical Dressing, Knitting and Sewing Classes are of the misuse of commercial rations and such misuse indicates an over-issuance. (For example, the use of commercial rations in an operator's personal passenger car.) 3. When an applicant indicates to the board that his needs are less than those certified. 4. When an applicant fails to use all of his ration, or fails to claim his ration within a reasonable time. If none of these four conditions apply, OPA boards will continue to issue rations in the amount certtl-fied by ODT. Under the amendment to the OPA gasoline rationing order, commercial vehicle operators will hereafter return all unused or expired transport rations to their OPA boards rather than to ODT district offices as has been required in some Instances In the past. requested to' meet at the Legion Other Red columns meantime have extended to 21 miles their penetration of East Prussia from the east, according to Berlin admissions. As pictured by the German high command, Nazi forces have been withdrawn from the north bank of the Nlemen along a front of from 15 to 20 miles on both sides of Tilsit to the southern bank of the stream on which the city is situated. Smash to Norway Line In northern Finland the Russians have smashed to the border of Norway along a 54-mile front, an official Soviet communique announced, and may be fighting In Norway Itself, the Berlin radio declared. Late Moscow dispatches placed the Reds within three miles of Kl-renes, German air and submarine base on the lend-lease Arctic supply route, following fierce fighting to drive the Nazis from the valuable nickel mine country on the bleak tip of Finland. Alpine Troop in Retreat German alpine troops were reported in full retreat on the Norwegian Home Friday at 7:45 p. m. to march in the Navy Day parade. All those having uniforms are asked to wear them. Supper will be served. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Evans sold their place to Raymond Crover and have moved to Rosedale. w m m MIsb Zoe Sharp spent the week end In Indianapolis visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Nowling left Monday for Greensburg, Ind. where they will make their home at 714 NATIONAL SOCIALISTS, known by the Dutch as Nazi sympathizers, march around a courtyard of a school In Brunsun, Holland, where they are being interned while awaiting their turn for trial. This is a U. S. Army Signal Corps radiophoto. (Intetuatioatl Soundehoto) Mrs. L. F. DePoistcr returned to her home Friday from Bloom Ingtoh where Bhe attended the opera La Trovlata. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Crumbaker of Madison, Ky. were North West. Mr. Nowling Is employed by the Indianapolis News. They formerly lived at 1219 South Eighth street. week end guests. Bill Osborne S 1c spent the week Notice! The Cllntonlan Wants Your Xeiv. Please Cull Miss J .ear To lb-port Social News. I'houe 83 or S3. end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allies Spring On to Antwerp In Fresh Attack (Continued F-nm Face 1) Leslie and family. For the present Union Blames Naval Officers For Statler Fight (Continued from page 11 Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meeker of Danville, 111., Mrs. George Good and Ml SB Ruby Meeker of Greencastle were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rodgers. Allies Extend Recognition To De Gaulle Rule he is stationed in Philadelphia, Pa Another son, Pvt. Ray Osborne Is American Beauty Shop side of the frontier exactly one week after the capture' of Petsanio and a Berlin statement placed the Reds along the Norwegian border from the Barents Sea to Lake Kuotsjser-vl, 27 miles from the sea. Far to the south In the Balkans, other Russians units smashed through northeastern Hungary in a swift 16-mile advance to within 40 miles of the Czechoslovak rail cen DGfiT-rcrioivrj home remedy for relieving miseries of (Continued ttom paxe 1) Vera Mae Black 312 8. Main Phone 69 Socialized Hair Styling 9 Permanent Waves Open Evenings emiaren s colas. stationed at Camp Blandlng, Fla. Mrs. Danty Bizzy, Mrs. Remo Ba-ratto and daughter, Virginia Joy, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Guerlno Baratto of Shirkvieville Friday afternoon. Misses Sarah and Mary Conley who have been visiting Eva Stokes-berry and other friends In Clinton returned to their home in Huntington Sunday. cials said, and France can be ex pected to take her place with the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia and China as one of the se curity organization's major powers. .Attn Stettiniua sent the De Gaulle re ..ioz Warm voked brawl one was stepson of Washington newspaper executive." The affidavit of Peter J. Hoban, of Chicago, one of the union officials, said, in part: "I saw two naval officers come up the stairway leading from the main floor to the banquet room floor of the Statler ... "They used grossly insulting language of a nature which is unprintable and addressed same to the President of the United States and the Teamsters' Union, 'fake off Coats "They removed their coats and hats, loosened their tunics and ties, and offered to fight those present. "At this time the hotel police arrived with the chief of the hotel ush from the east captured the town of Schoondlke, south of Breskens. Mint Off Trapped Nazis Seizure of these key points, further shutting off the entrapped Nazis in a small area along the North Sea coast of Belgium, decreased the a-mount of enemy battery fire that could halt Allied shipping into Antwerp. Pattun Knifes Toward Nancy To the south, Lt. Gen. George 8. Patton's Third Army knifed down the German salient northeast of Par-roy Forest, attacking In a six-mile front 18 miles east of Nancy. Some 30 miles below Patton's rumbling armor, troops of the Seventh Army hammered into Brovelieures, and Good Morning cognition instructions to Ambassador Jefferson Caffery in Paris. Caff-ery now will assume the duties of ambassador to France. Io iaulle Welcomes Move ter of L'zhorod. the taking of which would seal off thousands of German troops In a 7,000-mile pocket In Transylvania and s o u t h e a stern Czechoslovakia. Mass for lliulani'st Drive In southern Hungary the Russians massed for a final drive on Budapest, mopping up pockets of enemy resistance between the Tisza river and the Danube at Baja. Red forces north of Zzeged deepened their Tisza river bridgehead to 21 miles and oher Soviet troops approached the Danube's east bank on a 30-mile front between Baja and Sombor, clearing the Baja-Sombor railway and highway. This is the action for which the Rheusatic Sufferers Nagging, Muscular Rheumatic ., Pains May Be Checked Fast Aak for the (engine WUliami RUX Com. pound. You aleep, work and play with new enjoyment when you get relief from nag-fine, pains. Many people declare they Buffered ao at times that they could hardly sleep and did not feel much like worklnf. And then William RUX Compound brought them ajrateful relief and in a hurry t The Ingredient fn RUX, being liquid in form, are taken Internally and so are available to speed relief to areas of pain and con- cation. Results will speak for themselves, ake only as directed. Recommended and old by WHITE'S PHARMACY Mrs. Harry Clemenz and daughter, Barbara, and Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon visited in Tangier over the week end. Cpl. Woodrow Foncannon of New Yorkjs visiting his wife, Ruth and parents. Mrs. Flora Helt of Summit Grove has taken rooms in the Penny M.g.iln. Soldi 100 pound! of cool. Holdl tiro lovorol dayl on chockod drofl. Your homo ll WARM 0o MORNING. Now Hation Free Available On Terms As Ioiv An $5.0O Jer Month De Gaulle government has long been waiting. De Gaulle and his associates have been restive under Washington's failure to grant full recognition even after the liberation of smashed on to enter Domalng, Verv-ezelle and Belmount. France was practically complete. The action of the United StateB Patton's 12th Corps Infantry al ers and endeavored to restrain the officers. Pust then one of the officers made a 'flying tackle' at one of the delegates. Both fell and landed on a chair near the wall. Shore l'atrol Arrives government was based upon the es ready had occupied Besang le Petite, y LOChE 19 miles east of Nancy, smashing UJoRin iHoRnmc tablishment of an "interior zone" of France, including Paris and distinct from the "military zone," and in which the conduct of civilian affairs "Then the Shore Patrol Military Coal Healer through moderate Nazi resistance, and into the town of Moncourt from where front line reports indicated that fighting is continuing. L Police arrived. The arresting officer identified himself as Lieutenant will be entirely a matter for the ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th Ht. PHONE 1K4-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT German self-propelled guns and Ross. He made the naval officers A. J. DOUGHTY French authorities." IWvertw Karly Statement . STOVES - Kl'UH Fl HMTl'KE mine fields failed to block the rush of Patton's columns, which had moved after several days of Inactivity. The recognition of De Gaulle to dress properly, put on. their tunics and hats, and .escorted them to a waiting patrol wagon outside the ho Clinton, Ind. U34-:l Elm day was a reversal of earlier statements made both by President YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT OUR DRY CLEANING Have You Tried It? With war-battered Aachen well in hand and stragglers of the surrend Roosevelt and Prime Minister ered Nazi garrison still being taken Churchill that recognition must be withheld until the people of France could speak through national prisoner, the First American Army slugged lt out in street-to-street tel." The article and the affidavits contended that Dan J. Tobin, international president of the union was not present when the fracas occurred. Similar accounts were given in the remainder of 'the affidavits, all of which stated that the naval officers were under the influence of liquor fighting at the town of Wurselen, four miles north of the captured The new position of the United city. Latest reports indicated that TAXPAYERS ATTENTION few Germans remained to defend the town. States was that recognition could now be granted without waiting for elections. It was stated, however, that elections are expected to be and charged them with starting the I (Ffflstead's & "A LlTTLl ITTEK"' i Phone 129 220 Elm St. fracas, the union men declaring they returned the blows of the officers held as soon as possible. only in self-defense. WASHINGTON, D. C The State In addition, two women, Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Frank Lee Rockville General Is Named Procurement Chief Brigadier General Orval R. Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cook. Rockville, has been appointed new signed complaints charging that one of the officers, Lieut. Dick'.ns, at Department announced today that American citizens are now free to apply for passports to France, provided that their mission is related to the war effort or to the resumption of economic activities. chief of the Procurement Division of tempted to molest her in the mezzanine floor of the hotel. the Air Technical Service Command at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio and has a large share of the responsibility of spending America's war bond dollars to assure that we have the Seven-Year-Old Cayuga Girl Succumbs Thursday Funeral services for Mary Ann Laws, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Laws, Cayuga, were held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Presbyterian ?irfont best and most powerful air force In the world, it was announced recently. In bis new work. Gen. Cook buys THE FALL INSTALLMENT OF 1943 TAX IS NOW Il'K AND FAVAI1LE AT THE TKEASl KEIt'S OFFICE IN NEWPORT. AIJM) ONE INSTALLMENT OF MOKITOIUl M TAXES FOIt THOSE WHO TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE MOKITOK-II M ON HELINyt ENT TAXES. IF NOT PAID ItV THE FIRST MONDAV IN NOVEMUEK Sl'CH TAXES WILL HKCO.ME 1E-MNyl'ENT AND H PEK 'EST PEN ALT V WILL HE ADDED TO THE FALL INSTALLMENT. THE TKEASl ltEll'S OFFICE WILL APPRECIATE EAKLV PAYMENT OF TAXES TO AVOID THE LAST MINI TE KI'SH. MAIL WILL HE ANSWERED AS SOON AS I'OSSIIILE. PERSONS PAYING TAXES ItY MAIL WILL PLEASE INCH HE UE'ITKN POSTAGE. ALSO STATE IN WHAT TOWNSHIP OK COKPOKATION THEIIt PROPERTY IS IK'ATED. DI KING THE LAST TWO WEEKS TELEPHONE CALLS CANNOT HE ANSWERED AS THE WINDOWS WILL HE TAKEN CAKE OF FIRST. Mary Brittain Karl G. Dicken & tvm FACTORY- OXTKOIXED RECAPPING airplanes and all equipment peculiar church of Cayuga. Rev. Minnie Hol-lingsworth, Georgetown, officiated and burial was in Miller Cemetery near Silverwood. 7.00 4.00-1 to the Army Air Forces, including more than 450,000 items ranging from B-29s to fllghtllne two trucks, from 3000-horsepower engines to hy Airplane Stamp No. 3 Good for Shoe Purchase WASHIXOTOX. D. C. The Office of Price Administration announced today that airplane stamp three in war ration book three may be used for buying one pair of rationed shoes beginning Nov. 1. The new stamp, like airplane stamps one and two now in use. will be valid indefinitely. Announcement was made previously that another shoe stamp would become valid on Nov. 1, but the number was not made known. Validation of the stamp Nov. 1 continues the rationing rate of two jiairs of lios a year. She died at her home near Cayuga Grade A Quality Gamelback No nation CerUflcato Needed at 4 p. m. Thursday following an illness of eight months. draulic pumps that fit in the palm of your hand and other important The body was taken to the Watson functions. He became chief of ATSC's Pro Funeral Home in Cayuga until time of funeral services. POLAND'S SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE TEXACO 120 N. MAIN CLINTON, IND. curement Division, which embraces TKEASI'KEK DEPl TV TKEASI KEK I the production, procurement and in-I spection divisions of the former Ma-Iterial Command, Id September, 1914. Read Ow Up-to-Date Sport Newt

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