The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 1, 1944 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 1, 1944
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J v. THE DAILY CLINT dNl AN f riday, Dccemner i, 1911. PALACE NOW SHOWING tuents In Plymouth where she waB first elected In 1919, Lord and Lady Peace," and stress will be placed upon the production job American industry still must do before the war is won. Seventh Jap Convoy Trapped By US Forces (Continued from page 1) Machine Tool President To Attend New York Meeting NEW YORK, N. Y. The National Association of Manufacturers announced today that Dr. II. A. R. Siehrlaut, president nnd general manager, 1'. S. Machine Tool Manufacturing Corp., Clinton. Ind. will he one of the thirty-five Indiana Industrialists nltendlng the Wnr and Reconversion Congress, NAM'S 49111 annual meeting, on Dec. fl-8 in New York City. More than 3.000 persons from 4.1 states and Canada will be on hand at the nation's outstanding meeting of induslrial managers and business executives to hear major addresses bv leaders of Industry, the armed services, government and labor. Theme of the Congress is "Producing for Victory Preparing for ' 'If -"v " ' r v? II miMir'ir ii 1 "I 'w't'ti't'?.';'i't'j,s!;s,.,t,;lf'f,l',2'e't'leltllt''eii at w. Mniinn nnrl .11m ilorrtan as Fibber McGee and Molly, In a scene from their latest picture, "Heavenly Days," with Eugene l'allette. f USUI VI SOREWROflT dua to a cold ... let a little time-tested V;.poKub melt f f C In your mouth Htf m . . . works linel f The oripina! chocolate- 50l flavored laxative. W. E lor all members of the family. Make INFANTS AND CHILDREN'S 2 fen V y Hundreds of lieu Christinas (iiris your selections now on payments, while our stocks are complete-. Dolls, teddy hems, dogs, rats, pandas, chairs, wagons, pull toj'H, games, guns, books and many oilier nice gilts for .Mother or Dad. I.AIWiK I.I.VE (With Knvelopes) CHRISTMAS CARDS - 3c, 5c t New Fancy PILLOWS All Colors - $1.89 Merzig, Bastion Of Nazi Line, Under US Fire (Continued trom page 1) The Ninth Army operating alonK the Roer south ot captured Munich cleared the Germans out of the town of Welz to coiisullilulo its position. FlEhtlns still is under way in Beeck. Information at the headquarters or Gen. Dwlsht D. Eisenhower indicated that the Germans, fully alive to the mounting threat to Cologne and the Rhine, are strengthening their defenses east of the ttoer. Three separate units under Gen. Patton made a general mile and a half advance to reach the Saar river, arriving at its banks Just as the Germans blew up an important bridge north of Merzig. First Anny finins Slow Only slight advances were reported by the First Army, pressing onward east of Aachen against "very stiff resistance" from every kind of defensive weapons, Including dug-ln tanks, mortars and artillery. Heavy fighting continued at Ind-en where the First knocked out five enemy tanks. The Third Army cleared three towns west of Merzig Hilbringen, Eitten and Vallerm while Fremers-dorf and Buren were entered. Fighting is under way in Itzbach. Gen. Patton's powerful forces joined In raging battles to secure Jump-off points across water barriers protecting the Reich homeland as the American Ninth and Seventh armies east of Gellenkirchen and Aachen established an 11-mile bridgehead on the west bank of the Roar which bars access to the stretches of the Cologne plain. The Third Army struck to the heavily defended Saar river area In three places near Merzig, bastion of the Siegfried Line which the Nazis began fortifying Immediately after the Germans reclaimed the Saar In 1939. U.S.-Bom Lady Astor To Retire From House Of Commons Berth LONDON, England. American-born Nancy Lady Astor, for 25 years a member of the British parliament and a power In English politics, announced today she will retire at the expiration of her present term. Lady Astor said she will not take part in the next elections as a consequence of her husband's inability to aid her in campaigning In a joint letter to their const I- Simple Test Aids Thousands Who Are Hard of Hearing Tbanlrt to an easy no-rislr hearing teat, ciaur thousand wlw have been temporarily deafened now cay ttiey hear well again. It yott axe bothered by ringing; burring head noise due to hardened or coagulated wax tcerumen), try the Ourine Home Method teat. You must hear better after nuking this aimple teat or you get your money batk at ace Aak about Oiiri&c til Drop today at BATH ROBES Children's SI. 98 DRESSES 98c - $1.69 MEN'S HOSE Fancy Dress, 25c, 39c Ladies' DRESS HOSE, 39c, 59c, 89c MIRRORS, Guaranteed I New Line of PICTURES, ? BIBLE CHARACTERS 5 PLUSH SCARFS 39c, 98c, $1.49 49c, 89c, $1.49 $1.9 59c, 79c, $1.19 25c, 39c lip S Children's V Length HOSE . 1 2 pc. Knife and ForkSets $2.45 New Large Line of PYREXWARE g J j 5 I TOMBAUGH'Sl 256 TO $1.00 STORE Astor revealed that his lordship said last winter that he did not feel phy sically able to stand the strain and stress of another contested election. Together Lord and Lady Astor fought through seven elections from Plymouth since he had to vacate his seat in the House of CommonB in 1919 at the time of his elevation to the peerage. ' Lady Astor set England Into a political furore when she campaign ed for her husband's vacated seat won her election and became the first woman ever to sit In the House of Commons. Explaining her entry Into politics Lady A::tor said: "I got Into Parliament because English women fought, bled and died for our freedom. They have nev-ed been thanked for it and I doubt If their names are even known to ' the present generation of women." Women who followed the trail breaking of Lady Astor in being e-lected to the Commons paid tribute to the Virginia-born pioneer with a lunchen on her 2!th anniversary as a legislator. The announcement of her coming retirement was made while Rhe was In the midst of receiving anniversary congratulations. Freeze on Social Security Tax Is OK'd by Committee (Continued from page 1) for 1945. Under the law as it now stands, the tax would otherwise automatically double Jan 1, bringing In an additional one and one-half billion dollars a year in revenue. Having approved legislation extending the second war powers act for another year, the house passed to consideration of a bill appropriating an additional 200 million dollars for the smaller war plants corporation as an aid to small business. Last Rites Today For Mrs. Minnie Akers, H'dale Last rites were held Friday at 2 p. m. at the Hillsdale Methodist Church for Mrs. Minnie Ingram Ak-i q nhn died at her home In Hillsdale Thursday following a brief illness. Mrs. Akers was born in Newport and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ingram. Surviving are the husband, Hen ry Akers, the mother, Mrs. Sarah Ingram, one brother, Roy of Scott-iar,! Tit neven sisters. Mrs. Mary Sprouls of Martinsville, Ind., Mrs. Julia Griffin of Hoopeston, 111., Mrs. rteaffl Kpnnedv and Mrs. Viola Da vis both of Hillsdale. Mrs. Myrtle Gill of Montezuma. Mrs. Blanche qnnders nf Chrisman. III., and Mrs. Carl Miller of Athens, Mich., and several nieces and nephews. The body was taken to the Frist Funeral Home and will be returned to the Itoyce home on Friday eve- 'ning. Last rites will he held at 2: SO p m. Sunday at the Fairview Church of Christ. Reverend Leo Miller will officiate, and interment will be in the Dailey Chapel cemetery. SALES Phone 427 3k 3 3 m Fairview PTA den with supplies and 4.00U Jap troops. - Two of the small freighters were sunk in dlve-bomhing attacks while the third was sunk by a night patrol plane. The convoy was caught in Interior Philippines waters in three sections off Masbate, off C'ehu and off Mlndorb'Islands. Destruction of this seventh convoy raised to 2C.000 the number of Japanese lost at sea on twenty-nine transports and eighteen escort ships with which the enemy futilely attempted to succor his I.eyte forces. Aggregate tonnage of these destroyed enemy ships was set at 103,750 tons. ' Returning pilots who blasted the enemy " convoy Wednesday and Thursday reported that Jap survivors floating In the water appeared to be armed with light machine guns and grenades. As a consequence no rescue attempts were made by Americans. Jap fighter planes flying cover for the convoy shot down two American aircraft while losing six of their own number. American Pressure Holds Meanwhile, American ground forces on Leyte were hampered in their efforts to close their pincers on enemy forces back-tracking in the Or-moc area but continued to maintain pressure on all fronts. While enemy ajir activity in the Leyte area was of little consequence. Fifth . AAF bombers and fighters ranged over the southwest Pacific and Philippines in a continuation of punishing raids against enemy bases. Merchant Ships to Honor Two Indiana Seamen WASHINGTON, D. C. One hundred merchant seamen who lost their lives as a result of direct enemy action will be honored by having their names carried on Liberty ships, the Maritime Commission announced today. Five Liberty ships, being built at the Southeastern Shipbuilding Co.. Savannah. Ga.. have been named for the following, among others: William Terry Howell, wiper on SS Carrabulle. diwo, Mrs. Claire Howell of Indianapolis. One of four Liberty vessels to be launched from the Jacksonville, Fla., yard of the St. Johns River Shipbuilding Co., will be named fur John Miller, able bodied ncanian on SS Deer Lodge, sister, Mrs. Margie Knight, Muncie, Ind. COl Off HARMON! MAf-UP 1ft .Correct shades fur "her" type. jMr.v Factor HclljunJ Powder. Rouge. Tru-Color Lipk. Pan-Cake . Makc-Up.CieansingCrcain H ' " mm "...r3 liW 1 spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louden. Mis. Alice Street spent Wednesday In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs.. Cecil Folden of Rockford, 111. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck. ' Harold Street spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Alice Street. Edgar Peck of Pittshoro spent Sunday with his family. Mrs. Keith Priekett and son, wva returned home after spend ing several days with relatives in Ohio. ' Keith Priekett spent the weekend with relatives in Cheneyville. III. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shores spent. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Shores and daughters of Terre Haute. ' Thanksgiving and weekend guests of Mrs. Sam Kerr were Cpl. William Kerr of Fort Moultre, S. C. Mrs. William Kerr and Delia M. Kerr or Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Herman Kerr and son,-Ronald of Clinton, Marjo-rie. Lex and Marnie Foster of Anderson and Roy Foster of Fairview. - Miss Gizella Theizs spent the weekend with relatives in" Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George Cline and son, George, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cline and son, Jerry visited recently in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Reed and daughters, Lorraine, Loretta and Judy Lynn of Urbana spent Wednesday and Thursday with his mother, Mrs. Herman Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Reed have twin daughters. One was born in Indiana and the other in Illinois. One was born April s at home and the other April 10th in a hospital. ' Mrs. Loretta Akers of Terre Haute spent Sunday with friends. The Fairview Park Community Club held its regular meeting Fri-Av at the town ball. During the i business session, elections of officers was held with Mrs. Nellie Mayers named, president, Dom Giovanini, viee-nresident. Mrs. Ruby Wisneski, secretary-treasurer. The bunco com mittee is Mrs. Marie Thomas for the npvt three months. Bunco was play ed with prizes going to Mrs. Thomas, high, Mrs. Ethel Burgeson. bunco, Mrs. Mayers, low and Mrs. Florence Corel!, travel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carty of Terre Haute were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Barnes. Mrs. Esther Crane of Monon spent the weekend here with friends. Fairview Park euchre club met at the town hall Wednesday. After the business session, euchre was played and prizes went to Mrs. Ruby Wisneski, high, Hobart Montgomery, lones and Jesse Mahurin. low. The high monthly prize went to Mrs. Nellie Barnes. Mrs. Gladys Dunn and daughter. Betty spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Mrs. Anna Shepherd spent the weekend with relatives in Hoopeston, Ul. Heavy Battle On For Control Of Gothic Line Posts (Com tins a4 rnm Pag 1) at loast two towns for the Germans. Fifth Klftim Forward The Fifth Army right flank countered the offensive of Fh'Id Marshal Albert Kesselrine's columns by slamming forward to wrest Mont Freenano and the town of Tramon-ti. near the Floronce-Faenra highway from Nazi control. The British Eiphth Army launched a strong tank-supported attack against the Faenza-Ravenna iiieh-way and battered German defenses in the Albereto sector where the Germans bar the road to Russl. Ilattle Near ftftad Hub British uatrols crossed the Lamo ne river and enpasred the enemy south of the key highway junction of Faenra. A fleet of 500 Allied bombers and fighter-bombers joined the battle with attacks aeainst German positions and communications In the Po valley. Bombers wrecked key bridges east of Milan while the fighter-bombers concentrated their sweeps against communication ar-tries. Airrraft TUp Coastline Allied coastal aircraft ripped into German positions along the tlalian Riviera and in Yugoslavia and Albania. ' The Fifth Army blocked the Nazi push south of Blogna hut front line observers admitted the immediate capture of Boloena was unlikely. Throw Yonr Scrap Into tlo Flfbtl Fairview News Of Past Week Thanksgiving Guests Call At Local Homes; Happy Hour Bunco Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dizney and son, John of Decatur, 111. spent from Thanksgiving to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Reinerio. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louden, Don Louden, Miss Marie Louden, Mr. and Mrs. Laverna Louden and sons, Lee and Bobby, and Miss Loretta Jo Louden attended the Kelley reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelley of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bozart and daughter spent Sunday with relatives in Universal. Mrs. Allen Crane and daugnter returned home after spending three months with her husband, Allen Crane of Albany. Ga. Mrs. Robert Luke Martin returned home after spending three weeks with her husband, Robert Luke Martin, S 2c at Portsmouth, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCrea had as Thanksgiving day guests Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCrea and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrea and sons, of Indianapolis and Harry McCrea. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reinero. Sr. and son. John. Alex Reinerio Jr. cf Crown Point spent from Wednesday to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Reinerio and sons and attended the football game at Sullivan. Shirley Peck of Paris, 111. spent the weekend with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Peck and r.miiv nf Fvansville spent from Wednesday until Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kd reck. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kennedy had as Sunday guests. Private Charles Kennedy of Chanute Field, Mrs. Charles Kennedy of Chicago, Mrs. Ray Martin of Boswell, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Thomas and children hincm tr. and Mrs. Roy Ken nedy of Fontanet, Arthur Kennedy of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kennedy and children, Lee, Joan and '"nr. and Mrs. Beit Short, James Short. Mrs. Vera Murray and daughter, Janice Kay, Mrs. Mary Turbe-vllle and children, Donald and Mildred spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Kitchen and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Faulds and daughter of Anderson. Mrs. Ethel Melldaizis spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Mrs. George Cline spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Mrs. George Cline spent Monday with her father, Jack Whippo of Lyford. Mrs. Ethel Burgeson of Lenoir City, Tenn. spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whitworth. Miss June Burns and Paul Mooter of Sandford were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whitworth on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Cline had a dinner on Sunday in honor of Private and Mrs. Jack Cline and son. Jerry. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Conkle and children of Rockvllle, Mrs. Clyde Wilfong of Newport, Jack Whippo of Lyford. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cline and daughter. Charlene of Clinton and George Cline. Jr. Private Jack Cline returned to Fresno. Calif, after spending ten days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Cline and brothers, Charles and George Jr. Mrs. Jack Cline and son, Jerry are making their borne at present with her parents. Mr. and Mr. Clyde Wiirong of Newport. The Fairview Park Happy Hour Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Louise Coletti on Nov.. 21. After a short business meeting bunco was played and prizes were awarded to Pleana Hall, bunco and Mrs. Vera Murray, low and travel. Members present were Mrs. Lucille Craft. Mrs. Helen Coletti and son. Mrs. Louise Coletti and daughter. Mrs Pleana Hall and children. Mrs. Ber-nice Kispert and son, Mrs. Vera Murray, Mrs. Mary Turbeville and daughter, and Mrs. Ada Wilson. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Kisprt on Dec. 7. Refreshments were served and a social time was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hnnn and daughter, Peggy of Bradley. Ill spent the weekend with the former s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Honn. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Honn havo ben sick for several weeks at the home of their son. Forest Honn. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Louden and sons. Lee and Bobby of Chicago. Mi Marie Louden nf Indinnapnli' Highest Ceiling Prices PAID FOR YOUR USED CAE SEE I S BEFORE YOl' SELL! V -V Cive , I . WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA ee it -ow; . 5 49c to S1.98 5 ft Whether she is blonde, brunette, brownette or redhead. ..there is a "Gift rem lhlljuwd" containing the correct Color Harmony Mzkc-L'p for her as created by Max fjaur Hbllyuood. AUTOGRAPH!! MAKI-UP SET. .."My M ikt-L'p Secret " . . . iutocranhed bv ianaOiii screen stars. Max Factor HoUyund Powder. 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