The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 8, 1944 · Page 6
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 8, 1944
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Pi-day, tfiwmfor Sf, Mi. T II E DAli;V Cr:iNTONfAN I'aRp Six PALACE STARTING 11 P. M. SATURDAY spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lew Hi'iidrix. Mrs. Mary Cli'l'i nf I.rainon, Mich, spout from Tuesday until Friday Willi her parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Humes. Mr. and Mrs. Karl. Curly of Terre 1 1 Earthquake. Tidal Wave Hook Main Island of Japan 1 1 mirtriue.1 P "m Vug I ) n.'ullo Toliyo's initial announce-ineut that central Japan had been Fairview News Of Interest Many Guests Cull At Local Residences; Two Fairview Clubs Meet in charge of the hearing, invited all racks. Elas forces also are strong-residents of the affected region to ' 1 v-. utrenclieu and equipped v.iih miond. i tw" '"Hl three-inch mortars, machine The Suoals Dam reservoir plan guns and a plentiful supply ui (ier-propotes that waters of the east fork 1 man and Italian hKnd grenadus, gov-of White River he controlled by eminent sail', backing river ivalers Into large por- (The London Evening News quot-tiona of Jucknnn county. After pro- ed an unconlirined Paris radio ru-tests bv residenis of Hie area, Cnil- port which said (ireek insurgenls ed Stales Senator William E. Jen- hud occupied Thrace and Maccdon-ner obtained senuie action In romov-; la.) Ing the project from a flood control itniile is Resumed measure now before congress. I The battle agalnsl the leftists. mm , I whose defiance of a goveriimeiit or- Haute were Sunday gui-Kts of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hames. Seaman 2c Dale Smlih of Solomon, Md. spent from Monday until Wednesday with IiIb family. Smith lit K; ff) Sunday aflcrnoon guests of Mr. 8Bd Mrs. John Cox an'd daughter j 2c was transferred to Portland. were Mr. and .Mrs. Jess Cox, Mr. and ore. rocked said that "a landslide on a lUinor scale uud the crunibling of eottagt's took place over a limited area." The Tokyo announcement was tne first direct statement from the Jap-.uiese that the Nipponese home islands had experienced a heavy Mrs. May Donna and Miss Madye I der to give up their arms resulted ! In the bloody outbreak of civil war-ifare. was taken up again at daylight after night long rnlim brought Mrs. Homer Cox and dauiihter of Oreencastle and Mrs. Dick Cowan of New York. Peter and son spent Monday In Ter-re Haute. Mrs. May Donna and son Frank- Paralyzing Greek Strike Spreads to Salonika, Civil Strike Continues A surprise birthday dinner was held Sunday In the home of Jacob nn spent Thursday nlnht with her Bryant. It was Mr. liryunt s Hi. mother. Mrs. James Peterson and birthday anniversary. The dinner was served at noon to Mr. and Mis. I ClHltlU 'Jed r'l f.JI. Parfe l sister Madge. Miss Martha Foltz of Clinton spent Sunday with Mrs. May Donna Clifford Fyle and daughter Carolyn UJX1W . -w-. . ...... shock. Seismologists at several dls-t:ilit points had Indicated thai the 1 temblor struck In the Wcinity of 'jupun. Iht Kiirile Islands or liie :Aleulians, with the center of the iilP:;l'e juisihly somewhere at sea. j The ijnake was prolonged and of fii'i-illic intensity, seismographs In ! New York, West Ilromwich, England I and Hnmbay showed. and sons James and Donald, Mrs. i and sons Ernest and Franklin. Joyce Itevilolils mm linlii it lllitloli Ml II roiil.iru ir Melie Irimi I In 1 1 a lull In the fighting. The main flgbilng look place outside of Athens. Latest reports said that so far llie British and government troops hail taken 1 .000 prisoners. Open Soup Kitchen Meanwhile the British announced plans for opening soup kitchens to relieve the harassed civilian population which, because of the general strike, has been able to get Utile or no food and that which is obtainable is being sold at fabulous prices. Midi lulu. ml "Jame Elus hill positions overlooking the barracks of the Creek mountain brigade In the northeastern district of Alliens. Despite air attacks curried out by luM-l pic ture IToiil the III nml wny Majic hit Arnold. Margaret Drittin, Mrs. Flora Adams,! A. M. M. 2c Ernest of the N. A. Mrs. Nora Huffman, Mrs. John Cu-! p. F. C. M. Chicago, 111. spent the sana of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. j week end with his mother. Mrs. Hugh Fyfe and daughter Charlotte May Donna and brother Franklin. and son Hugh of Marshall, Mr. and I Fairview Park Wednesday evening , Eave no confirmarion to Japanese Johnson of Perrysville; James John I British planes yesterday, Bias troops Mrs. Hugh Waugh and Mr. and Mrs. I euchre club met at the town hall. : claims that a small number of H- son of Danville. 111.: and Forres! Robert Fvfe of West Terre Haute, l ifter business session euchre was ' 9'g ind carried out three sorties ov- Johnson of Now York City; two r i i- n l. j i continue to hold positions at the Public. HeannR Scheduled 80tlK.rn .,, of llu, Acropolis inn. datighli'iH. Mrs. .Mary .Murgan of ''- Oil !Mloa!S Daill ITOJCCt whose heights are held by British Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones of Farm- j played rind prizes were awarded to er Tokyo within the l:'t 11 hi ershurg, Mrs. Laura King of rimeii-: -vfr. Ada N'eidiinper. hleh. and .less Dut VP., driven oil ,'. ,!' t J to, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob llryant and j Mahtirln. lones and Mrs. Orn.ce (,,;. .,y ,m,,, Thomas Fyfe. The honor guest re-:c(1njrn. low. - ft - .viii;.:: Mid' Mrs. ( llii-h.s ..I Ti'.HRK llAFTE, Tnil. A pnh- j pars troopers. : I'm.'iI i.i.' . 111. ii::l nil-. " ?.i - it li t-i . .Ii.iii(lie In'.ii'iiia In i on'-'-'er j.ossihle suh-; Skirmi.siiltig continued al Piraeus, lliiiinml "t Ktinitm CU. Mi. ! -it it in im fur tin- ! jIh Dam, a floi ,1 I the port nf Athens, but the situa- - HI.' ceivea several nice gins anu u un.u rairview ' hiiiiiiuiiii) , c.l.l!....V . ..I 11 .!, . V...11 w,l,l ln, lllllllll N'lllilt'l S .line .io niji'j' u iin-t ,.l 111,7 tUfH , . . Pvt. Herbert Hallett returned to 'After business session bunco was Arrives Aficv Eleclion Bo I. PAVEY AlJSTItAOTB NOTARY PCHMO NEWPORT, IND. Res. 734 Walnut St. Clinton, lnd. Tel. 410-1 I.i T.i't: NKWI'ORT. In.l. . The boily w;ts iaki :: in iim- ;ii- -.Mii'-r innicil pn.puMil wliicji huy j finn there was reported "well in j sun Funeral Home at C:iih.;: j.eiul-1 In en i:".i epiMih.-d. u 111 b.- In hi j h ;ind." A small battle was reported; ' iii" cnmiilet !on of fiiner:il a n ange- lit ' J '. V:-0 p. in. in llie Brownr- i in nn"res9 near the center of Ath- nii-uts. ii..,'. n - niii liiiuifir'. j p119 rinse to the British embassy, j I - M ; mi Ilii'in.ui. Jr.. uf Terie and Kins troops stil lare dug in a-: i . t Haiti.-, rhiilrman of Hie lixlinun I round Hie 01-mpic Stadium. mUi'C.'ii.t;. Social news EverydaV ' nonl ''.minil n.m'iuirii,.n. whjcli Is' On the hills overlooking the bar-1 Alabama after spending several days j played and prizes were awarded to With relatives. Mrs. Hallett return- Mrs. Minnie Davis, high. Mrs. Ruby than never srrii ed with-him. Wlsneskl, bunco, Stacy Pierce, low . "f inlf " '" (' Air mid Airs. .Tames Voto snent nml Mrs. Alellssa Peterson, low, of llarnld '- 1.; hi;l in tin .ert mi I'll i v r ,-! (VMit I,- Mr .wl Mr- Tnll,, ThmiiKB .Hill VllOSe UHIIOT WilS !'". rv-i. v- chi, Iron onenf Hie week end In Dan- Circuit Clerk. Carl ' ville. 111. with relatives. Mrs. Alice Maudlin and Mrs. Nor-ma Martin spent Friday in Tern Haute. Tuesday in Terre Haute. (Moral Curry 3c Petty Officer of Norfolk, Va. is spending 14 days with relatives. Ora Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Jackson spent Sunday in Charleston, 111. Miss Anna Hollo Penrman nf Hillsdale, Kenneth Peck of Indianapolis were united in marriage Nov. 24 by the Itev. Crawl of the Baptist Mrs. Ora Weaver visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kay Smith and sons in Ttloomlngton, lnd. Mrs. Margaret Brown is visiting several days with relatives In Hills if the old fdnu'p still !:nlris On Lambert's part, it cntikhft he helped. The affidavit on the back of tiie ballot showed that it was oted and witnessed by his officer as provided by law on Oct. J5. The ballot was mailed at an Army Post Office on Nov. 7, and reached the office of the clerk on Nov. 24. The records in the office of the clerk shows that the ballot was mailed on Aug. 25. This is I lie only soldier's ballot, received since the closing of the polls on election day, Mr. Biggs said. Five civilian absentee ballots have been received since Nov. 7, Mr. Biggs claims. dale. Church. Mr. and Mrs. Peck are mail lag Uit'ir homo in Indianapolis Mrs. Olndys Dunn spent Tuesday wliere lie has employment. Mr. Peck , in Terre Haute. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck j Mr. and Mrs. James Voto and Sofor Clwsf mas I of Fairview Park. ; family entertained Monday evening ft'; fUlt ITf IC 1. II. tj. I. nnnwii, .i.'il ,,. ,,iftu lit tlwitf i nn lord M Mr. and Mrs. Milford Shores and in honor of Pvt. Herbert Hullett and daughters of Terre Haute visited Stft. BumgaVdner. Those present Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett j were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hullett and Shores. daughter Vera, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Mrs. Martha Heed of Chicago. 111., Kolden and daughter May of Cen-Mr. and Mrs. Forest Claybuugh and I ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harring-daughter of Clinton, Miss Shirley ton, Miss Bertha Ardent, Mrs. Anna Peck of Paris, III., Mr. and Mrs. j Keiber, Mrs. Joe Voto, Miss Frieda Kenneth Peek of Indianapolis spent j Voto, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bumgard- ter and son Stanley, Mrs. Florence Sand of Chicago, 111. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served and a social time was enjoyed by all. 3 W KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS ......... . .. SSPIks. ' '"'V'"K 't',v,''l'v ls ''''""v '''' I'"'"' 1 i H ! nidii' ymi in ii liny sS (iifls of (iliilil,v j.-wclry Kills Hint ill Insl u lili'lilni'. Bpfel Make Ideal Gifts! M 4ft!Wjiiprl War Iimn Ml- the qimlHy of our illn- 215 South Main J' S yiiQir mol.ils nnrluinRMl our scliM lioll (lie &fL rrr TTIJTftlM ' I.' . J ,esl Hi- Iiiivh ever shown, rolm- ill anil NN -llNl-IN jf K"' ,,l,r s"""'s- phone 607-W As It Appears Mother of Well-Known County Doctor is Dead Mrs. Mary Evelyn Holland Johnson, 80, of Perrysville, mother of well-known county doctor, "VV. A. Johnson, died in iho St. Elizabeth Hospital in Danville, III., Tuesday evening. Born June 6, lSfi4 she lived the earlier part of her life on a farm in Fountain county a few miles north of Perrysville. In March, 3 881, she was united in marriage 'to James II. Johnson who preceeded her in death in January, 1033. She had lived in Perrysville since l.Sfty until her death. Mrs. Johnson had been in ill health a-number of years and hud been confined to her bed for several monthsShe was a member of the Methodist Church of Perrysville. Surviving are three sons. Dr. to Us . . . Readers are invited to contribute to this column, but each letter must be limited to 2,"j0 words. No contribution will bo published unless it is signed, although the writer's name will not be printed except by request. Opinion- expressed lire not necessarily those of The f'llntoniiin. Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck. Joseph E. Miller of Hampton, Va. Visited several days witli his mother, Mrs. Anna Miller, recently. Paul Mahurin of Indianapolis visited several days recently with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mahurin. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kennedy visited Sunday in Terre Haute. Mrs. Lucy Kutch of Chicago, 111. was week end guest of Mrs. Miko Petak,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrea and Bona of Indianapolis were week end guests of his parents, Mr. and iMrs. Arthur McCrea. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Petak received word that their son Sgt. Andrew Petak, who is slightly wounded is getting along nicely. Mrs. (ilen Andrews and son Larry (iene and Mrs. Flyod Pennington spent Thursday with Mrs. Stanley Kelley of Clinton. Betty Ann (Jilmore of Clinton fipent Saturday afternoon with Betty Lou and Jo Ann Pennington. Mr. and Mrs. James Voto spent Monday in Danville, 111. .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and Bon of Paris, 111. spent the week end 9e'mm I I .MSSUoKm-N fdm Atol HOW NICE W WJ HAVE UhW STOP DESIST.'! CUT IT TAKE MY UiaH-RDWEGED WWI ) mmW$ VSS Vf a new girl ) pl-jctx sif w am occam cave its at w BSACU aoBiy "TOlW lAS'SEEt'wW ( HAUGMTV FLICKER HERO, 'CAOSE J AT SANTA MONICA POWT-THE MILE FCOM HERE '"7wSTEoV WMh , VtlJ jM KVpALBELINtttlS-7 IS SHE, JiJ WILLSOOM COME W AWDV iCT mm LZSfll sirjes r7$$lMM Letter to the Editor: My hobby is nature study and this love of nature dates back to the days when I was just a small hillbilly. A large part of this fascinating passtiine has been devoted to birds. I don't know bow many bird lovers of Clinton and vicinity are planning to feed the birds this winter, but the best time to commence feeding is with the fall migration. I have gotten a lot of enjoyment watching the birds taking their winter meal With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- at my bird restaurants. If anyone if win Clark. j interested in the way I feed the birds Tobe Walden of Terre Haute was j and what I serve them; and will a recent guest of Lew Hendrix. 'drop me a postal card at 424 Bluck- Mrs. Ida Miller of Terre Haute man Street, I will be glad to conn and explain in full and if possibb ! assist them in fixing up a contri HAIR - ) M 0J SvSsJftf BREADTH n1 Ytn vcyi waSued ' I W S H "-Veelimoa!! mow) 1 If i'm chained to tme I WBL V z wMttu I ' UPt 1XD B I"! m5 Va t'VuAODNl 1 CAN I SAVE y f BOCKS, HARRV I ITS NO Swk 1DC W HARRY Asoomttwill co'jer i h si m&wfL k VTIC Ilest we BOW rerasiW not leave , rmfmM wK l&i- fm$gA B-'k&e ip mwvi-Nc3 '$mm 5 " Jtft- r4f "7- SZf-i-1 S TTtS- SLAP5 WEiR BRAVE FACES! IMAM HOUR TU, Jj N-f" v- " -'Sr '3 tide will have filled we CAVE ENjiSGWi AUTO GLASS vance that will give good results. I; it. is not too far out, no charges or favors in return will be asked or ar eepted. ' Winfred Catlin, ?ij Superforls Join Navy in Hard Iwg Jima Attack fConrtbueO nom page l) " 7 u r "7 AND HE TALKS ELL,THE I'LL -SHOW THAT GUY I'M - DOESN'T PROVE THAT I rT NOBODy CAN LABOUT REATIMS FACT THATl A PAINTER .I'LL SHOW THE ,.-,":t call OUKiEU : -! THE MONA USA!J NOBODy HAS y zr V4HOLE s f -v - I r BE AVE M IT VXI. JTCRTIL.L YOUMc SiCDS0Mc$ I pciii!" '1 huge shells into ."hon- ' sl;iil;ttioiiK whip- It-L'!t Siip'rlulls I'-'Al.'JTIWao V. from Sai pan flew tn erh ail and Tail Pipes Mufflers Starfers Generators Brake Hands Kelined National Batteries - ERNIE'S - Phone 8 I'Miiton, lnd. il ropped t heir hea y cargoes of tie struetion on Iwo Jima. Iwo Jima Meg on the most direci i path to Tokyo from Saipan and A me- SI ,t I riean forces apparently have decided tillie y ,m ' to knock it out to prevent any stum ihe Dm: Elb .Soothe your irritated eyes with Murine bling "block being thrown into the way of the B-29's In their campaign to destroy Tokyo and other Jap cities. The attack was carried out after Admiral Chester V. Nimftz announced that Japanese planes, presumably from the Volcano or IJonin Islands, stayed their greatest raid on the QOSH! WITH YOUTH AMD BUT HE'S ONLY GOT THREE OF 'EM LEFT I I AND HE'S 6NEN HIM AVE6R TO PROVE jj All 1 DETER MINATION! HE lSn( VJHOLEl iK P 4 HE CAN DO A LOT IW eioatcd bv an eve physician, f Murine lyings Soothing relief la mf eyes thai are tired, burning or s.uart- rrVMELME fit TOILER tj , ?4 THIS KID'S FATHERjfSOllE By DOESN'T WANT f-JP-THERS , HIM TO BE A r (ASiS MEAN Rusi Westoer PAIMiTER ' H v . .V, --"1 v' V (A J j ing. jusi i wo arops in cit.ii eye anu Murine sfjrts at once lo soothe and IMONTHS refresh. Murine contains seven ingre new aipan bases Wednesday. There was no mention of attempted landings on Iwo Jima but military observers have expressed belief that the Saipan-based bombing raids nn Tokyo may soon force an intensified battle for strategic islands in that area. Iwo Jima is about miles .north of Saipan. The attack on Iwo Jima was first announced at 1 a. in., by the 20ih Airforce in Washington which said t hat Japanese military installations on the island were bombed by i-2U'& (Tom Brig. Cen. H. S. Hansen's 21st Bomber Command on Saipan. The Washington communique j dients; used in thousands ot war U1C.I1I1 ... IS industries csand hrst-aid Kits. Ie... i soothing. Lsc it your sell. mm i a 11 mrijtjW II i J (gTO-tV)

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