The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 25, 1944 · Page 2
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November 25, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Saturday, NmvmliM; 25, tatf.' T II F. D A 1 1, V CLINT O N I A N i'age Two SUM MON.,. TUES. and ! ehltiVi WABASH Siniih and oilier Stated jHgJl 1 Feud Issties Block Flood Control Act (Continued from page 1) JS 1 MM advertisement for Overton in which his opposition to the seaway and his strategic position In the senate was stressed. He also quoted from Overton's campaign speeches felling of his accomplishments In 'waterways legislation. r i i : f V.eW. . , Installations are other war plants in the Honjo. Shitaya, Asakusa and Arawaka districts. Some of these apparently were also hit. "Substantial bomb tonnages were dropped upon the Musashlna airplane plant located in the northwest section of the city, and on other selected targets In the industrial area," said the War Department's communique, lilt Target Squarely The raid was curried out In daylight and the visual bombing enabled the American planes to put their demolition and incendiary hnmh'i squarely on the vital Japanese tar-Kets. The Japanese attempted to minimize the damage Inflicted 011 their important war industries by the raid, but conceded that the Super-forts attacked for two hours, damaging factories and other Important installations and causing some fires. All but Two Return All but two of the participating aircraft have returned to their Sai-pan bases and pilots reported they met only moderate anti-aircraft fire and slight fighter opposition. The lack of effective air interception over the capital caused surprise In military quarters since it has been known that the Japanese have been withdrawing planes from the perimeter of their defense in the Pacific to protect their heavy industries on the islands of Kyushu and Honshu. . fa 320 Tank Ships About 320 tank ships are being used in American coastal Zest in Salads For variety and zest in salads, combine shredded or chopped cabbage with shredded carrots, or grated onion. Use it with chopped or shredded raw spinach, diced celery, apples, grapes, nuts, dried fruit or hard-cooked eggs. Interesting hot combinations include cabbage and apple scallop, cabbage scalloped with bits of ham, crisp bacon or salt pork, cabbage in vegetable chowder, cabbage with cheese sauce and cabbage scalloped with peanuts. --r- Troop-Laden Jap Transports Sunk by Airmen (Ccntln-)cd nom page 11 Tlie fighter-bomber attacks upon the convoy were launched at TiO-foot leighis and couldn't possibly miss their targets. "Iloilies lllonn Sky-High" Major Bill Durham. 24. of Noz Perce. Iila.. in describing the carnage among t h e closely-packed troops on hoard the ships, declared: 'Bodies were blown 50 to 100 feet Into the air, higher than our planes." YnnkK Down :i;l Japs ' Meanwhile, the 411th Fighter Squadron had a field day by shooting down :i:i Jap planes the same day. In addition, navy planes got (wo more and sharp-shooting ground gunners knocked down seven for a total of 42. The Japs took to the air in increased strength due to the improved weather, but where intercepted long before they reached our positions and only a few got through. While the enemy convoy was being cut to pieces by MacArthur's airmen, fierce ground fighting continued on Leyte. Drive, South of Linton Carving out hard won gains in the Ormoc corridor, infantrymen of the gallant 32nd Division continued their drive south of newly-won Lj-mon. where several thousand Jap's were killed, and crossed the, Leyte river. They beat off k counter-attack hy the Jap 2ith Division with severe losses to the attackers as they drove south of Ormoc. On the eastern flank of their line, the Yanks were cutting up enemy strongpoints in the Hill 1525 area, while Japs remaining in the Minoro sector, south of Capoocan. split Into small groups who offered frenzied resistance to the advancing Doughboys. Current News In Fairview Community Club Meets At Hall; Cpl. Paul Mahurin Home on Short Furlough Fairview Park euchrf club nu t at the town liall Wednesday i-veiiiiiK. After business session euchre was played and won by .lames Hall, high and lones and Mis. May Donna, low. Fail-view I'ark Community Club uit at th' town hall Friday evenlnc After business session bunco was played and prizes were awarded lo Don Giovanini IiIkIi. .Mis Jennie Rush bunco. Mrs. .Minnie Davis low and Mrs. May Donna, travel. Mm. Christina Dunn Is spending the week with friends in Indianapolis. Mrs. Ida Kller is spending t lie week with her daughters. Mis. dace Wilbur and family and Miss tt'lliua Kller of Indianapolis. Mrs. May Donna and son Franklin spent Thursday night with her mother. Mrs. James I'eleison and Sister Madge. Mrs. Hobart Montgomery spent Wednesday with Mrs. Kvelyn Slash of Cherry St. Mrs. Sam Kerr and daughter Kd-ta Mae. recently isiied at the Thayer General Hospii 1 in Nashville. Tenn.. the guests m their son John K. Kerr, who Is conifned in the hospital. He is getting along nicely and will get to return home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Hoscoe Walker spent Tuesday with relatives In Rushvllle. Cpl. Paul Mahurin returned to Billings Hospital in Indianapolis after spending 12 days with his parents. Mr. and Mis. Jesse Mali m ill and sister Patty. Mrs. Basil Kennedy and Mrs. Mon-tell Osmon spent Wednesday in Terra Haute. Mrs. Manerva Curry of Terre Haute spent the week end with her daughter Mrs. Zola Kay. Mrs. Klhel fselman of Geneva spent Monday with Mrs. Alma I'sel-mnn and sons. Robert K. Smith S 2c of the I'. S. Navy, who is stationed at Norfolk, Va.f spent the week end with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin SIl'HI)l(i I'OII SAI'KTY. ill mi luinv ii-iu-k. ( omuiumler oiy-don M. Wnssell. played lv (iaiv .xiel-, helps with Hie steeling ill I'aiainolint's "The Story of Dr. IVlissell," Terlmii'iiliir film produced liy Cecil It. DeMille, arriviiia Sunday at the Wabash Theatre. Colllllinlldol- (ioggins, il ? ! I'V Stanley Kidaes and Johlliiy, wounded sailor portrayed hy Itennie MrKvny, hold lightly lo Iheir seals as Hie ear caivems mildly down Ihe avenue of escape. Lainilie Day, Siglle Hasso will Carol Thlirslon have ilil-IMirtanl tttU's in Ihe film. ,vf'i "- i :-',j' ! fiLi t ii,V Jf His present job is thai of Supply Sergeant for a- Quartermaster Company attached to this important Air Depot Group. It Is bis duty to supply ihi men of his outfit with necessary NEWS OF MEN IN THE SERVICE (Continued from page 1) friends. Mr. and ' Mrs. Charles Murray spent Monday In Telle Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Peck sppnt Friday in Terre Haute. Pvt. Warner Till'beville of Camp Horn. Miss, spent the week end with his family. Kenneth Peck returned lo Indianapolis after spending the past week witli his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck. Charles Devore. Sr.. Charles Hex-ore and Miss Helen Phillips of Dnn-ville. III. visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. John Shall and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Shull and family. Mr. and Mis. Arthur Kills of Cayuga spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Shull and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Darby anil daughter of Indianapolis spent tile weekend with Ills mother. Mrs. S. T. Whitlork and Mr. Wliitlock. Mrs. Floyd Pennington spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. Lillian Andrews and son. Miss Hetty Ann Foster of Hillsdale and Miss Hetty Ann and Junior Gilniore or Clinton spent Sunday with Hetty and Joan Pennington. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and children spent the week end with relatives In Danville. III. Mr. and Mrs. .Milford Shores and daughters spent Sunday with bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Shores. Mrs. Keith I'rickett and son Wayne are spending several days with relatives in Ohio. Charles Foster seaman, spent several days here with his brothers and sisiers. recently. Marjorie Foster of Anderson spent the past week here. Marie Louden of Indianapolis spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louden. Sgt. Coleman of Fort Denning, Georgia spent Sunday calling on friends and relatives. Pvt. and Mrs. Roland Price and son Roland spent the past week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Price of Danville. III. Pvt. Price returned to Camp Luna. New Mexico and Mrs. Price and son returned to their home here. Pvt. and Mrs. Jack ( line and son Jerry of California are spending several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge ('line and brother Ceorge Jr. Mrs. Martha Singleton and Mrs. Blanche Reynolds spent Wednesday in Terre Haute. Mrs. Ksther Myers and son Larry of Muncie are spending the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prulhiere. Mrs. Leona Robertson of Terre Haute is spending several days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prulhiere. Recent dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Lorene Cambe and sons wfrf. Mrs- Joe Dudley, Mrs. Charles lieriv. .Mrs. E. Delph and Mrs. Jani.es Penman all or Clinton. ' Mrs. Hen Sims spent from Sunday until Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson and family of De-Kalb. 111. Robert Myers and son Carl of Muncie spent the week end with rel-at ives. 'equipment that must he issued, or that needs replacing after being , worn out. ' . U.S.A. j Harold L. Faulds. Jr. is in the C S. Merchant Marine and is taking his training at Brooklyn. N. Y. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold j Faulds, Sr. of Wabash street. ... Uttitiatten ... ' ONE-HALF CENTURY CLUB TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1944 7:30 P.M. At the Clubrooms on Blackmail Street. All Members Are Urged To Attend. Lower Production Goals Set For Indiana Farmer 'A Devastating K-29 Blows Planned At Japanese Capital (Continued from page 1) to Ft. Meade, Md., after spending a fui lough with bis parents and family. - U.S.A. Charles Alfred Stullz of South Third street, has completed the first stage of his flight training at the AAF primary school at Douglas, Ga. Cadet Stultz has been transferred to Greenwood. Miss, for (lie Intermediate stage of his flying training. U.S.A.- Mrs. W. K. Grimm has received word that her husband. Pvt. William K. Grimm has arrived safely in south France. I.S.A. Perry M. Haysinger. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Haysinger. iioi 7. Hillsdale, has recently been promoted to the grade of Corporal at an advanced air depot of the Far Karl Air Service Command, somewhere in the Southwest Pacific, according to an announcement of the Filth Air Force in the southwest Pacific. His wife. Mis. Kmnia K. Uaysiiwr and their child, Marshall Lynn, reside at ISOU So. Cth St.. Clinton, lnd. A graduate of the Clinton High School, and a participant of basketball and football. Cpl. Haysinger was employed by E. I. Du Pont in Newport, as chief clerk, before entering the service on Jan. 11, lut'l. He received' bis basic 'training- on entering the army at the Jeffer.ion Barracks, in Missouri, and was later sent to the Army .Administrative School at the South Dakota St tie rising to great heights in the industrial areas that were bombed. Flying a 1.500 water route from MONUMENTS 0 A Complete l.lne 0 For Service I H op l!s A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 8114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana NOW ON DISPLAY ... . THE NEW 1945 FORD 1 TON TRUCK CHASSIS AT THE , v WELSON, JUSTICE & OSELLA AUTO SALES (Continued from Page One) accordance with an accepted decrease in eg? production to 142,-j:i.".,li(in dozen. A 15 per cent dAp. A 10 per cent cut in sows to farrow this spring also was made. Oilier goals set for Indiana farmer which involve reductions over this year's production are: l.xriil.nno head of cattle; 75O.000 head or sheep and l,5n0.0iin acres of soybeans. Accepted iiuotas which require increases are: HO. out) milk cows: 3,515 million pounds of milk: 51.000 acres of potatoes, and 101.000 acres tame hay. Corn remained at 4.700.00 acres, tobacco ill rj,0irtriJ1-e6'r'to-rf!iliils at 7.o(i0 acres; sweet potatoes at 2.li00 acres, barley at 50.011 acres, and rye at 100.000 acres. , the hew bases on Saipan, the D-29's concentrated their attack on the Musashina Aircraft plant, one of the principal producers of fighter and j bombing planes for the Japanese j army and navy. The Musashina airplane plant, in I northwest Tokyo, Is situated on the western side of the Sumida river, .0 V PHONE 427 335 S. 3rd St. whicle flows southward' into Tokyo ; Bay. Many of the Japanese govern- ! ment departments are situated on the right bank of the river, about j three miles south of the plant, and ; between the river and the imperial . palace, just four miles away. Closely adjoining the Musashina' CLINTON, IND. HHMM.'W Willi. 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ILL KCvJ aw UtA PH f i,:-, AKiD i4ER RESCUES COURAGE BELINDA! A i BUT IN TWO LEAPS NAPOlEON IS AT OUft. I I MEAMWWILE.PANiC SWEEPS OvIEK THE MOVIE LOtJ HtaOINE'S HEELS'. SHE FALTERS -SPRAWLS - -.l?r . J i onSE 1 1 Blinks is FiSJ ' V1- A'sallA rrX Mpl- - , I J BOTH 6E PEVOORED BY THE , T t.iAODCTI FTM? OLD HARMLESS LEO I "6- " VWCii I 1' RENT A FOOD LOCKER ' In The New Addition We Are Building Put In Your Application Before DECEMBER 15 t 1 three-day slugfest in which Ihe Sill army soundly trounced ihe Nazi air force, infantry and panzers of the ;iith Panzer Grenadier Division. They took men- than 3 tm prisoners and destroyed several tanks. The thrust developed ill two directions to the northeast, aiming to cul the .ital tlei-man withdrawal route northwest of Faenza. On the left flank "of the main battle, l'olish troops cleared the enemy from area east or the Smoggla River. ' They captured .Mount Phicsiiola west of Monte Fortlno. The Nazis emiiite;--attucked on the entire Fifth Army ' front but Lieut. Ceil. Mark W. Clark's forces repelled Hie enemy all along the line. tte Marine Corps The two great marine corps of the world, the Royal marines and United States marines, have similar insignia, uniforms and duties; each in their respective countries have unparalleled reputations for devotion lo duty and bravery. j AND NOW I CAM TU5T IKAfilNE' OETTINQ A MOVIE CONTRACT SHE VMOM'T GET TO HER OLD KOTHER SOINQ TO AWAY FROM HE! HOLLY MOCO VvlHEN I'VE TOLDl - i t i m- SEE HLR.' OHDEAR' J. -r .i . I I CAM TUST CITY MARKET ROCKVILLE, IND. Phone 'Si LINDELL SHE VJROTE THAT ram l i ii MA6NE MER UP IN liM u rrM ill POISON -PEM r LETTER. J THAT :,::Y(fi'f f NOVM VME'LL EXPECT Ijl'LL BE YOU IN HOLLYWOOD 1THERE, NEXT VMEEK FOR VOUR MISTER SCREEN "ST" ISROFF TH i if $S sM TOILER, , '1 -ViE'ME PROUED COMCUiSlVJELYI MISS. 3"ONES. I'M A DETECTIME LCHJ, KOBOOy MUSTJJ YOU'RE THAT IT WAS ELAINE LURELY MR. LINDELL HIRED TO FlMo KNOW ELAINE LTRHTTILUE OUT WHO WROTE THAT EVEN IF ELAINE DID gET A WROTE THATiO HER MOTHER'S y Ji I (71 LETTER - POISON -PEN JfTDO OLD AND MUVlfc LW I KAK. I ) i I By Rusi Westover LETTER s-rVY ll'LL t-rv-7 l i.i-i MEI CAN'T MAKE HER CLEAN COTTON DAILY CLINTONIAN MOTHER SUFFER

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