The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 8, 1944 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 8, 1914. TIIK DAILY .CLINTON IAN. I'age Two Strip lllining To Continue In, Near Clinton In the Clinton hleli m'Iim.iI stadium 1 will he h ulh'il, I hi nri 'lit nays. HM'eil h'll'l. fl'M' iraleil rttvHH and alleys ciind lor under the third pari of (lie cmitru'-t will he reforested In aceonlaiice with Slute mid CniiK.irwiiliiti M' partmenl ' Rclaiives of "W ar Prisoners May Send Letters, Gifts Through Red Cross lMallvs nn.l Hlcnda of U. P. i Department no) to accept f'"' nI!l'"'! prlHunrra of war or V. S. civilian any parcels which are wrappc in inl.-rn.-H e 1'hllliplneH may com- paper or cloth hearing the en.loise- munlcute with then, through the ments to which exception has leu Ue,l 'M written messace service taken. Mrs. C'arithers iireed the aceordin,; to u lelem-an. r.-clvl by ; of kin to remove labels or mark tenant Donaldson D. Hurd, husband of Mrs. Martha E. Hurd, Newport; S. Sorceant Peter Giovanini, son of Stevo (liovanini of Clinton; S. SKt. Edwin L. ltrown, son of Mrs. Martha H. mown of I'crrysvllle; Pvt. Ophal F." Walker, son of Mrs. Gertrude Walker of Newport; and Pfc. Louis .1. Vocatore, son of Mrs. Clermaine Adiimovlch, Clinton, route two. They are nil Gorman prisoners and arc be-ins held in a prisoner of war camp somewhere in Germany. Further information regarding the Supt. K. Randolph 1 I a. in. (Continued from page 1) THE I'M 1ST ItAlTIST III liCH OF ( 'LINTON YiNj-ship. Seruou: laws. TIiih eallH lor the planting of jfft wttrlh ill Iivik mi e:icli aere nf Inn t alter 11 han been nli'lpped. Christian ('nt,;nY "TU ; I illli anil ulnut to Itay Crawl. Minislr The city ciiiitM'tl Imim agreed School. Center 10:00 a Krnesi My of this sort irom any ni" - . Sunday Supt. jirisoner wilt lecene i" George i licnliull, .Minister or HiiMc Mrs. Ted Morgan, Pianist Mrs. John Swickard, Church School Superintendent. that the package. Ihe home service secretary. Mrs. Fled HnycH of Clinton, and prisoner of war consultant, Mrs. John W. Carithers of Newport. have pine lieex ne mil In (lie area which had hem tired mainly hv pasture-land. Tine or cedar Iree are Specified b.V the cnflHerMil tun dtparl-menl. Street In He IIMm ke.l sending of packages may be obtain- present time there are At the eight Vermillion County boys who gd from eMwr Mrs. Hayes In Clinton li : in a. in. Orchestra music 'and the opening . of the Church across St.,ool. Come lor there is a wel Io'mi-s. Hayes', there are 'only two' are prisoners of war, Mrs. Carithers j J()hn w carithers in New tises". No smoke, pusses. fmiiOH or noxious odors will he present, the contract states. Many Complaints Heard During the period tlie strip mine has been in operation numerous complaints had been received from residents In the southwestern section of the city as to damage and Inconvenience caused by the fumes from the stripping area. Delegations of citizens had been present at several council meetings during the summer to protest the strip mine and to seek to halt further operations. None, however, was present last night. A harrier will hi- ererled Vermillion County boys who are now sam.uesiaes me i" citv laud wlie'e Kleenth Street port. isoners, the oineis ,in:.ii. pri prisoners of war of the Japanese in would e(etid and run under t be original pint of the i-tly, The ininiim company Ik lo erect this harrier, which will clone off an area of the sm;r.iiisvu,LK nkw ti;si ami yr curiu ii Kev. Joseph K. fliinieiieklioiise, Tastor 10:ito a.' m. -- Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. 7::tn p. m. : Evening Service. 7:110 p. Hi. - Wednesday, prayer meeting. The Sunday Sohool Christmas program will be. Sunday evening. De-ceber li4. Keep the-date open. Everyone welcome. . Verse of the week: "With Clod all things are possible." Mark 10:27. Vermillion County Ranks First In State in Welfare Work, Report Shows city as a "safety meiiure". Although the low nmmiut of the surety bond was ques! ioued by sev u atltitta Tnrllnnfi'o one area woum "- second largest city, a community about the size of Fort Wayne. W come awaits you. K: -IR a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon subject, "lie Carelh for You." CMH) a. in. Uaptisl Youth Fellowship, Junior and Senion. Also C. C. ' 7: HO p. m. Tuesday. W. W. CI. meeting at the home of Miss WUln-mina Nolting. 7:00 p. in. Wednesday. Prayer meeting. S:00 p. m. Wednesday. Orchestra practice. 1:0 p. in. Thursday. Missionary meeting at the parsonage. Itring your present for the orphanage. Special Chaplain While will be the speaker Sunday night. Dec. 1 0th. Chap eral council members, the contract as presented by (he Sun-I.ite attorney was accepted by (he Council. Councilman Cord inn ley made the motion which Jones seconded with a unanimous vote following. Clininv Cmtroveriy The action of the council climaxed nearly six months of coin roversy It is recalled that many protests have been heard for the past year in the southern part of the city as the strip mine moved nearer Clinton. Noise nuisance as well as smoke and tas were common complaints for several months. According to Stanley Stohrs, attorney for the Sun-Lite Company, none of the gas nuisance will be tlie Thimphu's. One of the boys, Sgt. .lack Williams, is the son of Mrs. Agness AVi'bh of Cayuga, route one, and tlie other is Private James K. Conley, son of Mrs. Susie Wooten of Hillsdale, route one. The period for accepting messages by Red Cross chapters has been extended through Dec. 15 and may also be accepted from U S. residents for British civilian internes known to be in the Phillipines on the same basis as messages are being accepted for U. S. nationals, Mrs. Hayes explained. Arrangements have been completed for the Red Cross acceptance of messages or replies from liberated U. S. prisoners of war and U. S-and British civilian internees pending establishment of regular communication facilities. Later these messages will he relayed through chapters for delivery. "Messages are not limited to 25 words and are subject only to the usual Army censorship." the home service chairman stated. They will be delivered by Army postal service, not by cable, and any number of mes i which heciin when the Klrimiintr on- K1K3T CHRISTIAN" CHURCH lllm faiian ami 7tli Stre-ets lu l Ieloister, Past or i-'iank Crawford, Supt. of Bible School 9:30 a. m. Bible School. Classes for every age. in: 4 5 a. m. Special "Women's Day Services. Mrs. Dow Mitchell will bring the message. Subject, "ln- present in the remainder of the op-, er:itions became a nuisance and health hazard to Ihe residents of the lain White has spent two years on Vermillion county ranked first among the 9 2 counties of Indiana in per capita expenditures for public welfare and other forms of public assistance during 1943, according to a booklet Just published by the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce. The county's total expenditures for public aid during the year a-mounted to $371,117.24, tlie state Chamber publication says, compared to a state total of $29.490.3511. Per Capita cost in the county was $17.03, and in tlie entire state was $8. CO. First in per capita cost was Vermillion with an amount equal to $17.03 for each person in the county. Lowest was Dubois with $2.74. These figures, the book explains, cover cost of old age assistance for the aged poor, aid to dependent children and aid to the blind handled by the state and county departments of public welfore. plus the operating cost of county infirmaries and orphanages, township poor relief and a small sum of W. P. A. earnings in January of 1913. All are paid for the battle front and has interesting dian-j are People, Too." information as well as being a good j speaker. AH who have loved ones rHiCTSTTAX SCTFNrR . SOCIETY in the service will want to hear his.- 12 B1nttian 8. Unlit RATION CALENDAR Processed Foods Blue stamps A8 through Z8 and A-B through R5 in Book 4 good for 10 points indefinitely. Jlcnts, Cheese anil Dairy Products All red stamps A8 through Z8 and A3 through Pa in Book 4 valid indefinitely for rationed meats, cheese and dairy products. Stamps worth 10 points each. Sunar Stamps 30. 31, 32 and 33 in book 4 good for 5 points until further notice. Stamp 40 in book 4 good for 5 pounds of canning sugar, shoes No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 "airplane" stamp in Book 3 good for one pair each until further notice. Always present Book 3 when making purchase as stamps are invalid if removed from the book, iasolinc southwestern section of Ihe city. Efforts of the local Exchange (Mub to invest igate complaints of t he mine's operations Inside the city were cut shon by Crazier, who several months ago ordered the committee of local men off the properly. Crazier, at Ihe beginning of the current controversy, said that stripping operations would continue regardless of the sentiment of property owners in tlie district. In action last August the council erations because the coal now being mined does not have a rider vein, which he explained, caused the former nuisances. Health Hazard Peni 1 The health hazard caused by the tas, smoke and fumes was used as another of the injunction suits, filed by the State Board of Health against the company. However. City Attorney Harold H. Wisehart said that chemical analyses had been made of the smoke and the reports made by the state proved that there was not enough sulphur in the smoke to create a menace. message. I he nulil c is invited. ' '""" 1:30 n. m. Sunday School. 11 -a. m. Churcli. TestimonlJ meetings every 1st id 3rd V4 3nesday of each month I WIRVIKW PARISH .1. S. Godwin, Minister l"aii iav !:4;"i a. in. - Suiidny School sages may be sent provided that each had rejected Ihe possibility of sell-I An- ioir nr lousing l:inH to tlie Klrimift'N. , , , .... , , ,,, ',,, I one is sent by a different relative or t lum-li pnd Ihe rirst .Methodist . drew Simpson, Supt. Streets and alleys in the stripping onll,n,d a third survey of the friend. area will be rebuilt and recondi 7 : .'!0 p. m. - - Worship. Sermon The Christian Crusade." limrli were received too late for I iihlicnf ion. All fhmrlt notices nrc property and had appealed to the , i Special niessaga forms and instructions as to writing the messages Salem (o lie in on Thm-sdny afternoon for - Sunday School. K. iiiMieation in l-Yiiiay's issue. 10:00 a. mav be obtained from the home "om general tax lunns oi ine omui. service department of the local Red statR or fe(leraI governments or a rrnni combination of these units. Stale Hoard of Health for action in the health hazard question. Covers Whifeomb Kstalc The land originally biased for the stripping operations covered part of Stamp A-13 good for four gallons (l,rril!lh IlPC. 21. B-4 and C-o good tioned. the third provision of the contract sets out. Tlie current plan outlines a program under which dirt from the new cut to be made in the strip area will be used to build up the streets while the dirt removed from the first cut will be used to fill up the new cut. Mtieet Rebuilt The figures do not include old age for 6 gallon8 untii further notice. REVIVAL SPEAKER AT rs rn rit hers a Inn annnnncpd erty before Ihe Importing of the 1 . cent per ton royalty to be paid to the i tlie Whilconib estate which lies I within the outhern boundaries of jeirruit '"'rk for back taves. i the city. Stripping operations had I been forced to a halt within eight "f" u 1 ' i,,ieL of lll1 wiln Hurveya or Crazier em I muled 1 bat be) vocn "mi mid -J h toiiH are now uncovered awaiting removal from the properly with the royallleH on that and tuitliei' co:il removed are to be paid for the tas, dered to d rmine the city's rli:hth led. At the same time, land adjacent J this week that the local Red Cross insurance ana uoeoip.ujM.eoi ,.,.u- rhanter now hns regular prisoner ance which are financed through of war lmves in the proper dln'en- specific payroll taxes, slnns and that the ne' of kin of In a foreword to tlie booklet, pre- nrisoners of war of both the Or- pared primarily to assist the 1945 man and Japanese governments, may legislature, public officials and priv- have these parcels for the asking. , ate grotips and individuals interested Mrs. Carithers proceeded to sav in the p'ublic welfare program, that several complaints have been Clarence A. Jackson, executive vice received that the next of kin of president of the State Chamber, says prisoners nf war can not pack a that wnen costs of State hospitals heavy blanket or sweater in a parcel and penal institutions are added lo T (Fourth Qtr.) good lor 5 gallons through Dec. 31. E, Kl and K2 good for 1 gallon. H, Rl and R2 good for 5 gallons. A, H, C, D and T coupons are not valid until they have been endorsed in ink, pencil, stamped or printed with the automobile registration number and state. Motorists should write 1944 numbers on book and on coupons. Mileage record must be submitted with applications for supplemental rat- in the area, j Although within the city, tlie land J is not owned by the city and the present agreement calls for the rebuilding of the street and alley are: I expected to be affected by the con-I tinning stripping activities. 000 Tons Ilenmved Nearly (m'10 tons of coal have already been removed from the prop- limited to 11 pounds. 18 inches in i the public welfare bill, Indiana's i ions. v. , j. " . ": X-.- . Huh The renin In in rnwilt 'es live e neied to iro entirely tor taves. it' vn said at the council meeting. i C11V iifriei;ifl h'ho (leCtH-efl mat should t he Kt rip mine co:;-p:mv re-fure lo level the land as they, oper-; ate. t he snipping actl itles will j again be hulled. j Sept. 1 headline A Sept. 1. 19-15 deadline has boon i Sacred Colors Green was a sacred color to both tlie Mayans and Mexicans and some of their best carvings are found in jade and greenstone. .length and 42 inches in length and I total current expenditures in present irirth combined. It is suggested that prosperous times reacli $34,01)0.0(10 as a first step, the person planning in a program involving aid to 125,-to send such a package obtain a j 000 Hoosiers. packing box of the proper dimension j Recipients of these funds and serin order that only those articles j vices, he points out, if gathered in which fit into tlie limited space It lit iirnfifTiflTinfr'iaifc P5 Highest Ceilistsg Prices jixny be selected. It lias been found that all wool fAII) "tOR YOUK ; '"blankets of single ned filxe can be packed so that they do not exceed USED I DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For I Those Who Need Them 248 lilackninn SI. U N I ON , I V 1 1. l'liuno 175 ski? i s nKFonn vnr sell; i'l-of. V. I. U'esteriield. of Wil-ioret. Hy., a teacher at the Asbury Collegie in that city, will be tlie Timln speaker at a revival men't in Ui he held at the Friend's Church in ewport beginning Fri-day'.jii'ht. The nieetiiijts whiehj viil start at 7:;iO p. m. ejvcli evening will continue f'T two weekK, WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA set with tlie entire operation, ine'rd-ititr. mining, levelling atid rebuilding ; to be finished by (hat time. j "A' loan of f 2.14o from the utility fttti -vms "toted by the Hoard of ; Public "Works and Safety lo pay the sewage bond and interest due on the ! sewage disposal plant bond. I The money is to be repaid ami further interest payments met by j revenue collections from the sewage, i plant, it was pointed out. ... ' 1 A fund of $3fi0 was transferred j j from the contingency fund -to the! ' temporary salaries sections of thjft. j street fund to meet defaulted audi1 current .street labor expenses. . ..-,. Destruction of books and records' of the period between IJiti and 1 !-;!" was reported by Sam liowley, ceme- t tery superintendent when the sex-) ton's office of the cemetery was AI'TO SAI.KS SJW S. :ird St. l'lime 427 Prison babies More than 1,500 babies are born each year in American prisons. the dimensions stipulated for prisoners of war parcels. All wool sweaters and war underwear are also acceptable, she said. The parcel for sending gifts to the prisoners of war must be strong enough to withstand the strains of rough handling of transatlantic and transcontinental shipment. Now, the American Ked Cross has made arrangements with the Office of Censorship so that the next of kin paroles for the prisoners in Germany may be repacked if they need it. Tlie Ited Cross is also making available to tlie censor's office certain articles which will be used to fill next of kin parcels when It ie found, at the time of the censor's examination, that some item has been included which is not on the list of those which may be exported and must be taken out. According to the German authorities, they will confiscate mail for COLORED SCREEN PICTURES ON TIIK "Second Coming of Christ" Wll.l. I!K SHOWN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9 CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FROM FLORIDA broken into and I lie records burned. All Tree Ripened No Color Added Navel Oranges Tangerines Tangeloes Kumquats Seedless Grapefruit Paper Shell Pecans Rkiiatsc Ssrffsrers Napginff, Muscular Kheumaiic . Pains.May Be Checked Fast Afk for the penuine Williams RUX Com-peund. Yiu iIeep, work and piny with new enjoyment when you tret relief from tiafr King pains. Many people declare they iui-fered so at times that they could hardly sjrep and did not frel much like working. And then Wiltinmo HUX Compound brought thi-m prateful relief nnd in a hurry I The injiredientu in 'RUX, boing liquid in form, are taken intcrnaliy and so are available to speed relief to arena of pBin and con-Kention. Renults will speak for themselves. Tnke only as tlirectiij, Kecom mended and "white's pharmacy iMT HI.ACK.MAX ST. I.IXTOX, IXI). Lions Rack Plan For Nvw port TWn Canfeen lo Hill Plans for the new .Wwpurt 'lMn-a' recreation, enter niuvco" a hh p nrarer completion Mnmiiiv nixhl ;is members of tin IJon clvh votwi lo prisoners of war that bears endorse-I ments ' slogans which are intended ! to promote the war effort, of the SlK-inl Mrt'tinus uri in ti-ii'fss llirouuhntil this wffk and ni. IE'V. h. K. I.oimln't-tl of St. .lolin, MirliiuMit, sp-iiUiiiK' facii ni'llt. Snntlay Kvcnin lssll(,: 4 Ways IVnple Couir Ijito This Woil.l, i; Ways Mill Tlicy (in Out. 'Allied nations. Postmasters have j 1 boon instructed by the Post Office! YOl' AliE IX ITKI) liKlNt. vol it liiiii.i; CHASED BY RUSSIANS IN HUNGARY IU V YOl'R CHRISTMAS TREE NOW WHILE SELECTIONS ARE COMPLETE rsr: me?. sss must jsxs I CZECHOSLOVAKIA s- J 1 McCracken's SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS WITH A GIFT THAT YOU KNOW WILL BE .Vienna - V XEBSEKUJ' AUSTRIA X V. A PPT? Trnr a tts. S I I 1 Mil fJT- f'jyJZ&K provide tlie first month's i nt and j givo up 1" toward turnisliinp 1 tho rooms. t j One of the major prol.ltniij, that I of suitable quartern, sevms to have) been tiohed with the offer of J. W. Slattery to lease, fur a Nominal num. ! a portion of Hie dnwnst airs of t he old Lincoln hnhl buildum. This is, believed ti be I lie h.-st spot In New-! port. t j .Most ot the titnii--hini;', us well as llio deenrntinc, will tie furnished by j the boy and irls, ii in heliewd, j as t in y haw maintained t nun t he j firs), lhat. it itiaiiern could be pro- i vidi'd. He y u otiiii do I he rest . j It is the jietjftinejit ,,f ffM. . leaders t hat t he center should tie 1 opened first and ilieii woik out the -final (b tails of operation and finan- f fiim, V. N. Aslmi, Lee Hoy Ktew-, art and other metnbfiM ol 1 1 1 Liens committee said. Kor the present, ad- ult superision will probably be on ! a olunteer basis, alt ImiiKh n paid ! matron may be employed after, the .OI'IIDN CVOB I PLAQUES POTTERY - VASES ifiK?if!riwttttt( 'tiS'cr;ir'C'fccicicicT'cc V . . v YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR URVEN V. WHITE COMMAND CHAPLAIN Troop Carr ier Command Headquarters STOUT FIELD, IND. Who Will Speak At The First Baptist Church BFJlIUlAL run UxiKiSiJWAS SHUFFiUKS ! 5 Lovely, Hand Painted Original Oil Paintings - Framed y y r y y fej project is firmly established. i At Reduced Prices. ,iS.5.,.,..J,i.ii,J.J.5.i.A.J.J.5.15.i..ii.l.;5-i.i.iiJ.i.i.J.iJ.,a.Jia :W f HUNGARY MOHACS YUGOSLAVIA ? MITROVICA: I 0 10 ' 2S SO q FF AT 7:00 P. M. Cemetery Wreaths Blankets and Stands W'E INVITE YOl" TO VISIT OVIi STOKE WHILE DOINO YOI H CHRISTMAS SHOITING. KEKSHEY'S FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP j Some nrt of membership will bo ! required, with nominal fees, which, Willi proceeds from the "juke box" ( and soft drinks, is exnerted to nrn- ill nifsi (if Hip running expenses. , While There have been some differ- ! ences ;is to how (lie center should be i conduci'd. Newport opinion is solid-' ly in favor nf such a center, the committee reported. If temaive plans work out. it will probably- bo ready lor oprninir in the next few , weeks. Although the Sixth war loan drive j is poine well, some clean-up work i remains. Attorney Katon J. Dudley reported. Peveral workers were to -iveet tonight to p;tn the f inn 1 drive. Corn. David Asbury and 1'vl. ; liani Wake, both members of the einh in the armed force-,, w re n-r-t jii. at the uii-i tin. i Sunday, Dec. 10 liailin Willie via Wing Chaplain ith ihe heavy lomtiaid-ment division of llir K.h ir Kcmr. in Kliulaml. lie is pastor r tlie First ItAplisl ("hurt li ol NVutnn. k.-iusas and on leave for the diir.itinn ot Hie wr. PUBLIC WELCOME , REC ARMY TROOPS have pushed through weakening Nazi lines iM v. est em Him::?ry to within 50 miles of the Austrian frontier. Map strive ajiuvvs-- A f adnce in southwest Hungary by Russians and in Yugoslavia by Russians and I'artipans in serious tlneat to Nazis trying: to escaoe to Austria. iHt Rt; .-ian a.ivanct? in w.stfrn Ilun-;uy i-uuIiiiUl-4. t-' cij---u drive t,ll Lli.iucsI. (I tUeiuittotu! J ;1M S. MAIN STHEET

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