The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 6, 1944 · Page 6
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, November 6, 1944
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Mft3ay, Novemher fr, I94f. o THIRD HAVEN p "KNOT INSTRUCTION' THE DAILY CLINTONM 1,1 1U at her. He made a welcoming ges aasianllssul tm Tha Weekly CUntonlaa lftM The Clinton PlalndeaUer absorbed In ItM FotUshed Dailj Eicept Saturday and Bmulaj ture with his pruning snca.... sunlight flashed as lhy moved. He cooi roof and no waits, like a Sa-moan .louse. There were Sitsy chairs and a table on a good rug. Anne sat down at his invitation and looked about as he talked about the different roses which he raised so carefully There were no other flowers. For him there were called out: Jc let rP AV C 6EA LESSOR 2- eorge L. Carey - - Editor and Publish "Come In! Come in!" ch. imitated and 'ie cane to I sh me mumKe i-wiw f Ium 1mtt0 open the gate for hor. I'm afraid l m intruding." she said, "but since ' ceiledoff. Mr. Thatch- r Indiana lU-pubUcan Editorial AmixWm no others In the world. He pointed out the "hospital bed" where the bushes received special attention when they needed it. She smiled at Phone S3 Phone 32 er shook his head. "I thought you last. were staying wun us an u Visa withers told Mother only last CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO MS THATCHER was 'ery prouo 3f h:j rose garden. He lived in a xail white house overlooking Town creek, which was the most iheltered bit of water that sur--ounded Talbot almost on all sides The boatyards were on Town -reek and from Mr. Thatchers 'r-mt porch one could aee most of the activity of the town. But the man seldom sat there. His real Interest tn life was h'.s ros-a. and hey were at the back of Uie '"e'ryone knew Mr. Thatcher and his rosea, though he lived very auitly with his mother and certainly made no ostentatious disptay of his really beautiful flowers, ln-1eed. his rose garden lay modestly n back of bis house 'ind was shut -fit from the street by an enormous srivet hedge. It was not from any I night that she was sure yoy were. MasaltPim "I should have come here before." "V, mn come aealn. The gate X&tituom Editdkm. Anne bent over a u,B " smell It before answering. I tniiiK Miss Withers lumps to conclusions opens easily from tiic outside." ASSOCMIOK sometimes." "You're veiy kind. But I wont be here. I'm going back to New York tomorrow." He chuckled. -Loni u...i. She's a good soul at heart. Vnd she u. innliri at her with steady eyes behind the heavy glasses. "Do "Me? Why should she?" He pushed back the light hat he wore with a green visor which you think you ougm io go duck : r n't look ciosa. because I didn t threw a strange shadow over . mean o be fresh. You see. Ive found a real haven here and I think eyes. "Miss withers is a -n . mnther savs. and has a others have, too. It's a little world strange code. S'.ie only talks about away from the big world wmcn hasn't been kind to us. Did you know that the name of the river. people she likes. "I sunoose tliat means she's been selfish feeling, now""- i a wicket gate, and If you "PPi jd to it you not only could see the ?se garden, but If Mr. Thatcher vre there, and he usually was for three seasons of the year, you were most r-rdially invited In. V fcincroft had told Anne so, and r n offered to telephone Mr. Thauhcr, but Anne didn't want to trouble anyone. The days at the inn . BU,atf The nlace now talking about me." Tred Avon, really means Third Haven? Some try to say it means "When you live in laiooi a v.,,.,r longer you'll not be content with miu Withers is talking Thread Haven because the ships brought supplies here from Eng tt vnu a little. We have no BEHAVIOK KXCKLLKNT. There has been much speculation m the United States as to the behavior of the Russian Army when it invades the territory of other counties. For this reason, it is interesting to report that Joseph M. iv',., vnrir Times correspondent, newspaper here. Weston has l ,i .m nf us e:et Balti land during ixwomai uays. uui like Third Haven better. The third haven or harbor coming up from more papers and some Philadel phia, nicy aoni ieu u "'j b u.... little world. And it is a -as -rowded and Anne knew it was time for her to slip away. too. This feeling was strong in her min-1 on he Fourth of July. All the town seemed to be up on the Strand tx watch' the sailing races. The porch . . with visitors. i:.u. all of US Owtt. MiSS after' visiting Romania, says that the Run- j . a i m i - . r nan . the entrance or vnesapeane nay. And a haven for people, too." She was touched by the sincerity of his tone. "I think you love this place." "I do." He drew a deep breath, inhaling the intoxicating fragrance Withers does tell us things "1 suppose every town has a goa She came to the back streets where "What Is gossip?" He stopped to ot his roses, -jou u iuvc it, wju. ,i you'll only slay. There's peace here. it was more peaceiui. ?he had written to Misa Jurges .v.- kniiai And this morning snip a rose which had passeo iin prime. "I've been hoping you'd come aee my rosea. I've wanted to n fve en vou at jut and I'eace. It s a Olg wuru Iiuw wun there's so little of it left hv the world." ' at urc Mi"-- . a telegram had come telling her to come back for duty as soon as possible. She had been hurt, had tried . had been hurt, naa inra . I've bm-n tempted to go up to see - seemed that -. ., ,. -ndrted. "It .... ,, ,nl hr.iii out mv n.iiui nu i . . sian army s oehavior in mai cuu.., . been excellent, surpassing all expectations. The correspondent says that observers are amazed by the Soviet soldiers' self-control in view of the crimes and atrocities perpetrated by Romanian troops against the populations of the Ukraine and Crimea. He adds that the Russians are also living up to their promise not to interfere in Romania's internal politics." much to the disappointment of Romanian Communists who expected strong support. A GOOD DEFINITION. We are happy to find an occasion of agreement between ourselves and an official of the Rational Association of Manufacturers in the recent explanation of President Robert M. Gaylord that he believes: r Virtually coiii,l-t-. il.ouxli unofficial n.ialii, KlioiM-d Ii'iii running auwoxiiiiiitr-ly 17J'" al-ad z.f Khminun dViiNK-ral . wliil- Shor to vm a- ay and I buna up a .... I'm J'n Thatch- way for a while. But 1 st my job. for herself and had failed - j a ,fcnow you Anne Wil- You know that. I must eam my no -'ore money and there had been) er and I Know you. living. A girl must w.rk to g-1 nothing tc do but go back 'J'F"'1". ..uehed ,na n-id out her -lone " o;j work. Being a . L -f wfsh y" d done It long I There are all kind, of - ' r..-iied all-imporlanu and she h-d jhanu. i )8ume sirJ et marru-d." I;. be-.n a good nurse. Dr. Baynor n fi- k h Pra--ely. "How Idisarmingly. "You mu. ended Vt ZL yX XTltZn- Bt my ! Urrib.y fresh, hut I'v -had sv.-pt h-r off her feet "V f. , h djd , want i know,ing about you. A I.. -might have done any young A P" hy u u i ;h3, r(-af h,d me. One ni;:h: He had been a romantic dream ;fuJ Z Jay to rnyaelf Smith t on his po: v. . come true, ftrtiw l Jurges in ould only foJ, lo:hoUrs. Then you had d!.w. .. her o-iet way understood all thi.t I v. as zn But Mss Wilh- I him. I was told you looked like a 5 "ad said rome bak. ( 'TTrZ "r wHh 'happy couple if there ever was en. hain't waited to write, .J, i. usually ; My informant, whos. name I wont she could .ook et ros-s U --StS ESJ. ?! Taking a Backward Glance ty litifks of ItockvHIi;. for ih comsJitutional union party. r-civ- Mrs. Lewis of Xurth Fifth trt'-t. Frank K'" of Trr Haul UH 1 .' ani Miiff Lucille strain f un VraKM-iat Win lit i-d about r,.(i(ii vots. an torn. Ih-inliuld. s-ialit. r-c-in-d a f-w hundred. IU-uli I7 Vut Marain: O. I'. Tl" ion were dinner clients yesteraaj f Mr. ai,d ilrs. W. K. I. -l-n "I South Fifth ir-C TVVKVTV YK.tlM ItUt I-KllllMin j Trend In Fifili Var VBlll Of (Ire With an awruiiuate total f J.T1S of the eitya re(rier- .U.O T1V "The free, private, competitive I- Eavesdropper An old Saxon law rorbade a man ... a...:,. - rtfr fhan two Itr.pirznated ttsod I ti.. bt-ii ,'oiB.d thil sei. wo,JJ I Set Sew Well Home of the report from th' fifth district and wirhuor coun-, vitin-d in Ciinton jtsl'-rday Willi tim in Indiana ri!t lh g'-ncr-'hr parcniii. Mr. ai4 Mr. Vn ti al trend toward th republican jicCrath. of North Taird trit. party. Sal friend. . ,. .Jr.,li,i4it. in VI-i t- I. . C.ial-s f .-ou'h 'l..t!'ll . . . u is iniuriEiuied ih a rcno ownedoperated for profit, regulated by htaIory of tW, today LmneUtion and policed by the govern-- Dr. OyZink. v. J.J. of Trr Han. i icci i;(.m aij I that waur-r from the eaves would not ! Hr..o r,n his ncichbir's land. Thus tucii a a lacquer, the ie roay 6!i li;e v.t'1 tclif Lil t!:e prc-rtie in Ter e i " for "T ' U, ,)a shov n in his r for i 'v m.w t.M iu- Main street in visiting Hsuie wilh relatives. l jS ia not bad. especially r0, .., it,hll J.rouor of Vio Dial be- nWi rmninx rrum s.oi.i, , 1.- of 0 wo are W , pCIMm wiu, approach. cio to f "Tff ,au I 0r to overhear wtat be aay. ur.h chJi.ges ! bun.iit. -.d U as an eaves- grain wil ra .hen a .an-o face l ej:t,M-ti to inoi-inre. j H1 ic ucl....r.. --- that f ,nf ik a wonderful vote en.r. a lJfnW,, vote in the coun- when accompanied by the declaration ttui zin . i.s f1"'"'lf n)H, fr piuraiitie. b ,M,,..W,1 4 ,,,, anJ 4.4M Mr Gaylord deprecates a conception of 'JZlfJ iB private enterprise which WOUld allow COT-1'" ida- fth -MrW. Mr.. Martin rarlrry. of Ilrazi.. Skids Cosily A single sk.d rr;a lane 19 roil' eff life of lire. " 1 a SaIR . breadth harry . . . .. i 1 c NLC-' c ' . -. w. SEs6 matter with the ideal ou lined by Mr jurr ,t ' L Jl 4lv6ISS! , j ,ui,CT, there wi 1 De. OI COUiee, wu- naj o.i "r.- I. '5 5T 10 BC SO EAtfilV TW4nEl 1M!iaat for fniste f wamn.- I . ViSiw oEJO J gl i 11: W -f' V . 1T . .f 5J(A i. ; 1 eati'JS' , .yij. is siderable dilterence oi uiu"""1." " amount of competuion anu i"-'"6 should be in operation. ;,r . over Boy u,gi.. tYTrT v1 ''v V 'C &i&ktSr-?2Q cil if ... iru vini r:fMl WKATHEK K..'".-i- i ! Si AU.IL.? ... v. tinu.rv vrrtK a2Tee that mucn .hruwiK, Jija.. ' j T J 1 1 1 "III I III 1 i jtt .t.f'fS. S. ' . T aVi'f 3 ' ' W T"-,vo Idrew HobWos. lie,... def-aud A.- i .-s; ' V. f : --4J rTCi'SF-r-? A I Vas 'CJ.'.JO,fi pends upon the weather in western Europe and that, if the Allied armies get an even break in the weather they will have a good lover KdKar aegs. trm-. ' " i "-3! .nr-: - il . - " - - 1 W, rE 3tf rv -ns 'wib upv ss k 7c-,T l i. s.t ruE.c o- sec r. chance to roll up te ..-d ,4 At the present time the fighting , ,iv,4 T,. misrh and slow as the invaders jab at azi v,, uem. ct'..'. i xr cut ON 1iAi &i;P 1, TO Si"l1fcnB,4S. ! e.S SkJEPT CF lit ,il fc LOOK fOS VOJ! GAVE OV 9 VU&S. .. i i. 'T . v 1". 1- positions and laboriously work their way ; i'-- through stubborn defenses - fnwk, . -; snnnliM are being: accumulated ana, one , fJlt.Bdivr s,.v i''Vi5 ' 1 I .- AU C:. rJ T t? s - - I fl' .1 day, as a British officer predicts, therr- tf w Herb-n - 1 ) wiU be "a hell ol a oang. The stage is undoubtedly being set for , T . inr effort to crash the Westwall po- I At the Movtf sitions. with the purpose (A trapping large Begments of the German army. Of course, a serious breach of present enemy fx- SaastHuiy M idtiiit. A brand new idei In ' - '" DAN DUNN sitions will ojen the way to the KCJr.e an . to Lwi r,k - . .IKE ! Tfjj PKARtT pc e pare V ! MEAN WHILE --IHTMEEPAUN I H THAT MAN I DO NOT I luc'ut 7Cljr.lf C.Ok, E - i DEPART AT r ..fc-t - . 5 .222SUNAftJ lTy"VsD LTOrt (.IKE D , ONCE ! THING, IRWIN-WASHf . m WJTaIP. I MRS. iSili S .c rt nnmu Tut Cui WOMEN'S HUSSAUP DON'T SPOfiT $OCO SLAVIt'' 0 ER I I; Tsii .ij - - " Dlae German soldierB in a precarious po- drew fi0e-s -swiaun-m;. Imai. )3V45.' a new mir::l iirV'M' u SitlOn. ... palace Theatre ftiitu'd- It is more than probable that we wiu ;UiroUEh Ani ti- see a repetition of events that happened conM.dr i.uh th coi-r in France. Once the battle of fixed ie- J'J';. fenses ends, there will be anctner pen! j email wvfitzl mat of rapid advances, with thoussnds of Gr-;..F.wlKIl0., lE , jw," brut 1 mans caught in hopeless encirclement.. j t ctfrnnmn i 6 nsTv-i -J j !I WIU. RECEIVE US ! -r- I I Ir.TS H 7-V S A AsW Vv' , s, ' " F m W 1 III I I sT Ask. 3 I j L 1 l J i i t Prime !ini1er UAJllJU ' J . !' ' Churchill: "On military grounds alone it;.n .tan- ie it- ll ume would not be prudent to assume imi a a M-1" , ' A i f lJlt W v. Fieldf. C. Aubrey emrb , ,.,.T'0: .U W-'arfj" forJad man- other. . ' 1 ' -r! J iV " V'l Awm ' 1 1 1 ft pmzmmM,-Mm shorter period than Is months a?wr destruction of Hitler will be required the final destruction of the Japanese or eaoacitv to fizht." 4iHA Mill f .rtecjsv. . Hitida9' and M.HMtaj' m m ui.a f:iul With Jain. Ftert ai ...... ... , . t - r", M!il Stem. .ie i,Midard in tlie np enllar LETS LOOK 1 Kfl UffF DUNS' T tl Tllf wnVAM VMS uAtT A MINUTE. 1 AROUND- I THE NESTC EPTy, I Awn tup ( OVF1V I. w asningvon - - " , ,u . ntiuiun dona Urv of the avy: "I know I speak for 1 SURROUND n TALKED TO US WUiT et ,.Tih of 1uu. lautiiter auo ro . n la,.ll,w. aud r A TW MAT Bfc I THE VULTURES , L THE MOUSE r i TOLt US TWE S-PE9B0AT f HAVE FLOWN ! 7 h-IN"' CALL THE LOCAL vyuut cur1? FAT AMD j . ranurf EELOMGED TO HEB KABOFACEP! everj'one when 1 say to Admiral King. Admiral Ximitz. Admiral Haksy, Vice-Ad-miral Kinkaid. and every man under their command 'well done'. mance. "JiUlUir "el 0J1" leu, turili the Hrace Heidi taiid ar3 h faou radio mi"1"', . ill liae is first at tlte 'olU!uhia Tlieatre Bundar. lit s " - WE P BETTER MOVE AST? H WE P EETTEB MOVE AgT? J j I I - ct0 Chicago Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, Ee- tu tistsii publican Presidential nominee: "When the t,.-White House speaks, the first question the hia V'truir- newest bit at tiie ufeonle ask is not whether the news is good waiianii Tn-ane. jyau dwi- or bad but IS it true. fccruUiti l nu"y tuner sritty. Hhe's "Kitty" J-li i" . at 1 I 1 a v 1 17. av A aa - I picture full of jor .AN J era' Douo-ipaj ''aeArtfur: 'e have owr ia- ' " hoi" now- and 1 shall not relax the grip until Eataan and Corregidor once more ;l ,,ltasiI1, t,aiwi( i m afn- ribe tO life." , a'tl't uI '" iuteriuuee. i

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