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.5 Friday, Novrm1.fr lfl.lfi If. r.UE DAILY CLINTON IAN Pago Two son, Eugene Evans and Cayuga Officer Home From Combat Rimini Highway Stronghold Falls To Eighth Army (Continued frum page 1 1 Congressman Louis Ludlow. Democrat of Indianapolis, a former presi-Ideiil ill' the National Press Chili, and Judge JudKon L. Siark. Republican contender, were only a few hundred votes apart, with 17 precincts un-talmlated. "HW Representative Hay Madden, of Gary, a Democrat, was reelected easily in the first district. Johnson Kasy Winner All U.O.P. incumbant Congressmen were reelected. They are Charles A. Halleck. second district: Robert A. Grant, third: George W. Oil-lie, fourth; Forrest A. Harness, fifth: Noble J. Johnson, sixth: Ger-nld W. Lamlls. seventh: Charles M. LaPollette. eighth: Earl Wilson ninth, and Raymond S. Springer, tenth. .nutt West of the .Montone River, Polish troops of the Eighth Army continued their general ndvunce across the rugged terrain, capturing the strategic heights of Monte Bora, among other objectives. .Negro Infantrymen (inln Except for the advances of the negro Infantrymen, operations along the American Fifth Army front were confined to putrol and reconnaissance maneuvers. It was apparent that Lieut. Gen. Mark Wayne Clark's troops were feeling out the enemy, probably in preparation for a new thrust along the road to Bologna. Allied headquarters took note of foul weather conditions In '.he dally communique, and pointed out that GAS and OIL? 3 Overseas; Church Lt. Hilly Congleton arrived home Sunday after being in the European theatre of war as a bombardier on a B-24. He also has the Distinguished Flying Cross, three Oak Leaf Clus- tors and two slnrs for major battles. ! Lt. Congleton Is the youngest son or Mr. und Mrs. Lawrence Congleton. They also have another son In service. Stacy, who Is stationed in Texas. Lt. Congleton will spend part of his furlough with his wife, the ror-mer Peggy Lewis of Perrysville. He will report to Miami. Florida, December 2nd. t Mrs. Florence Towner has received word that her husband, Glen C. Towner. Is now stationed In Newport, Rhode Island. Having received a promotion to Seaman First Class, which he acquired from the Amphibious Training Base at Fort Pierce, Fla., he was then sent to. this base Tor advanced training in gunnery. He entered the service in May 1944 and received his boot training at Great Lakes, III. Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon have received word that their son. Corporal Warren Gordon has been transferred to France. He first landed In Africa June 4. 194.1 and since then he has been to Sicily and Italy. Warren is their third son. Mrs. Gerald Julian entertained her Sunday school class of Junior girls in the basement of the Christian Church at a Halloween party Tues- dav evening, from 5 until 7 p. m. The . Here's a first class TEXACO station, For service, gas, and lubrication, Give yourself REAL drains pleasure, With Texaco products, a car's a treasure! PECK'S TEXACO STATION iAH - OIL - tiUHASINt; - I WANIZI i - RECAPS 1BO N. MAIN Jenner Goes To Washington For Short Senate Term (Continued from phrc 1) mart filling a six-year term In Hip Senate. Potent Veteran StreiiRtU Jenner'a nunc majority of nearly 180,000 votes over Cornelian 0'Hrli'ii Lawrtncebunt biislnewt man. start-ld the pollticos nml made litem keenly nware of the potency of a World War Two fighter In the political picture Jenner served as o wiptoln overseas in the present conflict and only a few months ago received a medical discharge because of an ailment. vNearly all political observers bad predicted that Governor Thomas E. Pfwey would lead the Hepuhlican ticket in Indiana. Hut Dewey's margin over President Roosevelt will be Jnly a little more than 100,000 votea. J 948 Candidate The upshot probably will be that Captain Jenner will be a formidable candidate for the Senate In 1946 When the term of Senator Raymond E. Willis expires. Reports have circulated that Senator Willis will not run for reelection because of his Beulth. This demonstration of the strenatb of a war fighter also may make the Democrats think twice about nominating Governor Henry P. Schrlcker. whom Capebart defeated this year, for Senator in 194fi. Perhaps the Democrats likewise may seek a World War Two combatant. Senator Jenner. who lias lived in Paoli, Shoals, on a Hendricks county farm and in Bedford, has had much political experience. He served two terms in the State Senate and was president pro tern of that body. In 1840 be was defeated for the H O P. gubernatorial nomination by Olen R. Hills, of Kokomo. Wallace U Secretary Lisle Wallace, of Sheridan, an original Jenner-for-Senator man. will (to to Washington as his secretary. Wallace was responsible for placing Jenner's name in nomination at the Republican state convention when the latter was in a New York military hoslptal after being flown back from England. ; On the basis of late returns, the Republicans were sure of nine Con-sressiona! seats in Indiana and had a , chance to capture another. Vov How To Relieve Bronchitis " fcreoniulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the (rouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial nwcous membranes. Tell your druggist t4 nil vou a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the ay it quickly allays the cough or you re to have vour money back. CREOMULSION far Coushs. Chest Colds, Bronchitis f TO THE VOTERS i girls came masked and Halhiween inlsnand's parents. Air. and MrB. L. games were played. Refreshments of p Nicholson. I doughnuts, chocolate milk and apples ; nrown attended him and he was lat-jwere served to 12 members and one Pr ,.,)(,, to pt. Elizabeth Hospital i guest. Judith Harvey of Chicago, 111. jfor further treatment. I Members present were Sona Lou Mrs. Otto Albright entertained the THANKS For the support which made my re-election possible in the election on Tuesday, November 7, I wish to thank all of the friends and workers and to say that the duties of my office shall be done to the very best of my ability. Howard Watson Winters. Vonda McDonald. Pauline Smock, Agnes Albright. Knna Kuhns. Joan Edwards, Grace Nicholson. Ju-. dith Ashley, Betty Jo Onley, Marjorle ! Devins, Doris Barker and Tony 1 Crick. Corporal Clair VanSnnt of New-I port is spending a ten day furlough I with his wife and son. He also vis-' Ited his brother. Vem VanSant of j Cayuga. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kelly have ! bought the Stalker restaurant and will assume management November 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Fultz and daughters of Kokomo were recent visitors of the latter's mother, Mrs. Emma Bright. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hodson moved Tuesday to Terre Haute. Tbey had been occupying the furnished home of Mrs. Mary Talbert. Mrs. Talbert Is arranging to occupy her property at once. Mrs. Stella Arrasmlth moved last week to Danville from the Rose Garden property in Eugene. Mr. and Mrs.Arnold Cheesman moved in the property vacated by Mrs. Arrasmlth. Mrs. I. Collum moved to the Vern VanSant property In the west part ol rain and poor visibility "hampered all air operations". Raid I'o Valley Tactical bombers carried out raids in the Po Vnlley and in some instances, gave close support to Eighth Army troops regardless of I h weather. Medium, light and fighter bombers all were aloft. Enemy transport and communications in Yugoslavia and Albania also were targets for fighters und flght-er-hnmbers, carrying out part of the 550 sorties flown during the day by the Mediterranean Allied Air Force. The MAAF reported on enemy plane was destroyed nnd three Allied aircraft are missing. Clasif-ed Ads Sell Most Anytbint f'KMKTKRV MEMORIALS MO.NTMKNTS und MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. siil l.l. v. i.rtu rhone W K.iremtattve l!0 K. Hventfi, Clinton See Peck's Texaco Sta. izu no. luam 01. OF VERMILLION CO. by ITI NOTt TH( 10W tOST Of BANK MONEY OtOfK K M to IO.OB lUr, 1l.)H la 2S.U I.Vi '.. I to m IHM0 at- ..) 1 to Kll.tM 2.V-Kuril Allriilioiutl S3 1 Wffl V ANNUAL Organized Labor Readies Renewed Drive for Wages (Continued from page 1 postwar production controls which will provide for effective labor participation. George Meany. secretary-treasurer of the American Federation of Labor, will fire the opening gun In the wage campaign in a nation-wide broadcast from Washington at 1 0 : 4 r. p. m. EWT tonight. The A PL described Meany's scheduled radio appearance as "most Important". He is one of two A PL members of the War Labor Board. The CIO will continue In the fight to revise the "Little Steel" formula, although full scale renewal of its public campaign may await the organization's annual convention in Chicago. Nov. 20. Meany is expected to again assail the delay of tile WLI1 ill submitting to President Roosevelt a special "fact finding" report upon which the chief executive will base Ills ultimate decision in regard to the "little steel" yardstick. The. report Is not yet completed and for nearly two weeks the WLB has devoted Its attention to individual CIO wage cases, from which the A PL withdrew in protest, while awaiting the final report from WL11 Chairman William H. Davis and other public members. Agreeing with Meany on the score of delay, a CIO board member remarked: "We are at the mercy of the public members." Meanwhile, a WLB spokesman said t hat- a companion document the long-awaited cost-of-living report from a special presidential committee headed by Davis probably will be ready for submission to the White House early next week. Mr. Roosevelt called for this study on war-time increases on living cosls nearly a year ago when labor first instituted its drive for wage Increases beyond "Little Steel"" Both CIO and AFL leaders have charged that cost-of-living has far outstripped war-time increases in earnings and now argue that the nation will face a buying power shortage when overtime ends nd the 40-hour week comes back unless wages are adjusted upward at once. 1 I GRIFFIN family in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bush ana son, Seaman First Class Charles E. Bush, spent Wednesday In Chicago visiting another son, Morris Bush who is in a hospital there. Petty Officer first class and Mrs. Charles B. Williams spent Snnday at the home of Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Van Vllet of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Van Vllet left Wednesday for Camp Butner. N. C, where they will visit their son, Sergeant Ralph Van Vllet who is stationed at that camp. MrB. Grnco Park who Is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Clenrwnters of Marshall, Ind. spent the weekend at her home In Newport. Fifteen members of the Fl Delas Sunday School class of the Methodist Church in Newport entertained the entire class at the November meeting held last Wednesday night. A chicken dinner was served to 49 persons which Included members of the class, their families and seven guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keen, Barbara Holllngsworth, Juanita Bro-I ady, Beverly Arrasmlth and Earl and I Robert Delmar. During the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Keen became members of the class. Following the dinner a short business meeting was held and a program arranged by Mrs. Oscar Kersey and Mrs. Ralph Adams was given. A quartet consisting of Beverly Arrasmlth, Juanita Broady, Barbara Holllngsworth and Betty Adams sang two numbers. "Sing and Smile and Pray," and "Rescue the Perishing." Barbara Adams, Barbara Holllngsworth and Marilyn Kersey gave two clarinet numbers arranged by Mrs. Kersey. Mrs. Tempee Beebee accompanied both the quartet and trio on the piano. A guessing contest was conducted by Mr. Kersey. Several numbers were sung by the congregation and a social evening was spent by all present. The hosts and hostesses for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carmack, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams. Mrs. Beebee, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Kersey and Rev. anad Mrs. John Walton. Miss Helen Foos spent the weekend with friends and relatives in Newport. MILE.ViE RECORD TO HE ENCLOSED WITH WAS FORMS Many applicants who send in application forms for supplemental gasoline are not enclosing their mileage rationing record as required by the regulations, OPA ofHcials announced Monday. In such cases the application form must be returned to the applicant with instructions that he mail it back to the board along with his mileage rationing record. This procedure makes a lot of extra work for the already overworked board starts and at the same time causes delay in taking care of the request of the applicant. In a case where the applicant has lost his mileage rationing record, extra work Is required in getting a duplicate for the applicant. The mileage rationing record is the stub of OPA form 534 which was the application form for the applicant when he obtained his renewed A book. At that time the stub was torn off and given to the applicant, so that he might retain it and have lt available for future applications for supplemental gasoline. Indiana Masons to Start Campaign for War Relief A campaign to raise $250,000 for the war service and relief program of the Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons of Indiana was announced Monday by Julian T. Lett, grand master. Mr. Lett, who lives at Marion, Tnd., states that it is planned to raise the money entirely through the membership of the various Masonic lodges in the state and it is hoped to have the goal subscribed within the next several months. More than 12.000 members of the Masonic order in Indiana are iu the armed forces and at least $100,000 of the $250,000 will be set aside for returning servicemen or dependents of service men needing assistance, Mr. Lett explained. The balance will be used to maintain the Masonic Service Centers at Indianapolis and Ev-ansvilie. ft KAIKKS TO HIVE 11 KCHAKEItH IXVOICi: Alt dealers in coal and other solid fuels are now required to give each purchan'-r an invoice, sales slip or receipt, containing full information about i he kind of coal sold and the price, the Office of Price Administration announced the first of the week. The new provision will be rfectfv Nov. 11. 144. This action has been taken. OPA officials said, to aid in enforcement of ceiling prices. It will also give greater price protection to purchasers. The invoice, sales slip or receipt, which can be supplied at time of sale or within 3 days, must contain the name and address of the seller and purchaser, the kind, size add quantity of solid fuels sold: the date of the sale or delivery and the price charged. Separate listing is generally required of the amount, if any. of the required discounts, authorizes service charges and taxes. Paper Barometer To make a paper barometer mix one part of cobalt chloride, 10 parts of gelatine and 100 part of water. Immerse a piece of paper or light musltn in this solution and allow to dry. The normal color is pink, which changes to violet in medium weather and blue in very dry weather. Classes Meet town. Vem VnnSant moved In the Elizabeth Alle.e property In Colletown which he recently purchased and remodeled. Mrs. Llllie Hawn moved to the Collum property. Mr. unci Mrs. Roy Newnum moved to the George McClelland property wnicu iney recently purchased. Miss Gladys Samuels and Mrs. C. J. Henderson of Lnfnyetto spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Reld and daughter, Virginia of Newport. Mrs. Kathleen Hoark and grnnd- dnughler, Miss Judith Harvey of Chi cago, 111., came last week for a visit with the former's sister. Mrs. Bessie Carter and daughters. Judith Harvey left Friday for Montezuma where she will visit her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Peterson. The Bethany. Class of the Presbyterian Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. William Anderson. Miss Clara Carsman and the enter-toss. Devotionals were In charge or Mrs. Clyde Brown was assistant hos-tainment In charge or Mrs. Rose Fable and Mrs. William Hawkins. Mrs. Ruth Sisson and family of Paris. 111. spent Wednesday visiting her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allee and daughter Marjorle and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allee. Miss Gladys Samuels had as weekend guests her sister and brother. Mrs. C. J. Henderson of Lafayette and Paul Samuels of Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Keith Nicholson of Iteming ton eanlP Friday for a visit with her prmary and Beginners Sunday School class of the Christian church )n tle basement of the church. She was assisted by Mrs. Clarence Ham and and Mrs. Herman KuhnB. Harold McGlosson, Herman Kuhns Russell Morgan and W. C. Groves attended the Purdue-Wisconsin football game at Lafayette Saturday. Mrs. Jane McRae of Chicago left Sunday for her home after spending the past week here with relatives. Her mother, Grace Allee, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. McRae, came to Cayuga Thursday and returned to Chicago today. Mrs. Allee will return to Cayuga when her son, Billy, returns home from the army. Billy is expected to come home on a furlough soon. Mrs. Wesley Malone and son. Jon- ny of Clinton spent Friday and Saturday here with Mrs. Margaret Malone. David Bennett, small son of Mrs. Bernice Bennett, fell at his home Saturday and injured, Ills kuee,. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Congleton of Danville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Congleton and Mr and Mrs. Charles Congleton. spent a 72 hour leave with his par-enia after being across seas for eleven and a half months. Those attending the dinner were: Ptc. Mara L. Sullivan. Jr.. of Chicago, Rus--oii iumi, Miss Valeria Bush, Dick, Joe Barney and Gary Bush, all of Kingman, Ind., Miss Carmelita Doan -nH Hettv Jane Conners. both of Clinton and Mrs. Martha Conrad and two daughters of Newport. Ten members of the 1 nimoie ciuo and two guests, Mrs. Lula Lockridge of Dana and Mrs. C. M. Hegarty ana son of Newport, were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. G. Potts in this city. Following a social afternoon the hostess served a two course dinner to the members and guests. Those present were: Mrs. W. G. Parrett. Mrs. V. B. Dwiggins, Mrs. W. C. Wait. Mrs. Dewltt Corn. Mrs. Belle Hegarty. Mrs. Verner Van Vliet. Mrs. John W. Carithers. Mrs. B. R. Nixon. Mrs. Mortimer Lewis, Mrs. J. N. Jones and the hoBtess. Russell Cox left Saturday for Chicago after spending several weeks visiting friends in Newport. Mrs. Belle Hegarth and Mrs. J. N. Jones, both of Newport, spent Saturday night in Danville shopping. Mrs. Malile Lawlion and daughter. Esther, of Danville, spent Sunday ufternoon ill Newport. Irvin Hollingsworth of Sheldon. III. spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs. Fern Hollingsworlh and sister, Barbara. Beverly Arrasmlth. Gloria Asbury and Barbara Hollingsworlh. all three nf Newport, spent the weekend with Evadna Rose nf west of Newport. Mrs. James Laiiham and daughter. Doris, visited Mrs. Lester Keen and daughter. Mrs Robert J. Rose Saturday. Miss Helen Foos of Terre Haute, former resident of Newport, was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foos of Newport Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Park and family of Newport spent Sunday visiting .Mr. and Mrs. Russell Conner and daughter of Dana. Mrs. Frank Barclay and son. Jerry Wayne, are spending a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Sullivan and family. Mr. aad Mrs. Carmel Sullivan and daughter. Judv. and Mrs. Frank Bar clay and son. Jerry Wayne, spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. . Mr. and Mrs. Vorie Foos of Ind- ianlinolis and Mrs. .Collins returned I to that city Tuesday after spending I several days with friends and rela- lives in Newport. Mrs. Tempee Beebee returned to her home In Newport last Wednesday after spending two weeks with her Electa, Fidelas Classes Meet in FALL FESTIVAL Sponsored By The CATHOLIC WOMENS' CLUB Of The SACRED HEART CHURCH Tuesday, Nov. 14 At The ONE-HALF CENTURY CLUB LUNCH WILL BE SERVED At 5:30 P. M. Newport Residences During Week For the support which was given me by friends and workers during the recent election, and which made my re-election possible TO THE VOTERS OF VERMILLION COUNTY I WISH TO SAY THANKS CARL a. BIGGS A Happy Feeling of Security -Bills All Paid RAM f MONEY ORDER A THANK YOU Miss Margaret Saunders, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Saunders, spent the weekend with her parents In Newport. Miss Saunders Is attending j Indiana I'niversity at BloonnnTton. I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lee and daugh- ters. Ruby and Margaret spent Sat-jurday evening in Danville, III. j Members of the Electa Sunday School class of the Methodist Church : of Newport held their October meet ing at the church Friday evening. Mrs. Otis Watson led the devotions and gave the lesson from Mathew, firth chapter. She also read ' two poems, "God is My Helper," and "Blessed Assurance." Prayer followed the reading and the song, "What A Friend We Have in Jesus" was sung by the class. Mrs Watson conducted a short business meeting after which an intelligence ouiz furnished entertainment during the social hour. A carry-in dinner was served to eleven members. Those present were: Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Tenipe Beebee. Mrs. Margaret Anderson. Mrs. Joe Potts. Mrs. Fred Sanders. Mrs. W. C. Myers. Mm. Mora Stewart. Mrs. Ellen Jnluison. Mrs. Ada Wright. Mrs. K. S. Efigl"-ton and Miss V. Grace Rheuby. Mrs. Glenn Conrad of Newport gave a dinner a week ago Friday at her home in honor of her brother. Seaman first class Charles E. Hush I who was spending a leave at home. He is stationed at Charleston. S. C. I Those present at the dinner were: Frank Stakley of Centenary. Mr land Mrs. 3: s Trosper. Miss Hett ijane Trosper. Mrs. Hose Mary SMlltz lu,l lt- ;, Urx William Trusner. all of Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs Charles Bush of west of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams spent the weekend in Clinton. They attended the funeral of Mrs. Adams' uncle Frank New kirk. Mrs. George Ernst and baby of Cayuga were Saturday dinner g-nests of Mrs. Thomas Grady or Newport. Mrs. Maude Nevins and grandson. Jinimie Dulger and granddaughter. Betty Keeeb, attended a movie in Clinton Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Youmans and erflnrisnn. Barton Youmans. spent ! Sunday afternoon w ith Mrs. Ilelle Youmans of Mecca. Mrs. Ella P. Hall of Newport returned to her home in this city Saturday after siwndfng the past three weeks In Indianapolis visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Parrett arcomianied her home and will remain hre a few days. A dinner was given at the home of Mr. and JiTB. Charles Bush of west of Newport Sunday in honor of their son. Morris, a Sea bee who VOTERS OF VERMILLION CO. For the support which made my election as sheriff possible, I wish to say Thanks. I shall do everything in my power to prove myself worthy of the confidence you have placed in me. AND RECEIPTS TO PROVE 4oocs20eTS LOREN Ilk There's a better, safer way of paying your bills) more convenient too! You pay by mail, using our Bank Money Orders. You secure these money orders from us as needed in any amounts, for any destination. And always there' the permanent record of the payment here at our bank, backing up your own receipt. You'll like this modern, safe way of paying bills. Try it Citizen's State Bank OF NEWPORT, IND. m s CLIXTOX BRANCH, CLIXTOV, IXD. Thank You, Voters OF VERMILLION COUNTY Thank you, voters, for the confidence you have placed in me, by re-electing me in the election November 7. I shall do everything in my power to perform the duties of my office well. Wesley Malone

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