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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - February 15, 1944, Hamilton, Ohio PAGE TWOHAMILTON JOURNAL —THE DAILY NEWS TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1944Christmas In A Jap Prison Camp And First Red Cross Boxes From Home, - — I— ■    (‘ WWS«VVSiW«WWVWWIMWWWWVWWk( • if, • ti) « * I    <jj,    >    §    <£,    -iy    A    ^*,»,»^VVVVVVVVVVV.A^-UVV%A/VVUVWV.    »    WVWVWVWWNWVWVWVSAAAA^AAA. MAKING FIRST PLANS FOR ESCAPE Began Preparations Care' fully In Small Group BOXES OF FOOD in ap a work day when Lieuten- that both of us broke into a run, ant Horine caught us 6tealiugja headlong da-h for the barracks. food. Early in January, I was as-J signed as the officer in charge of! a detail to work the prison’s coffee plantation. In this detail were about 35 officers, all older than 40, and mostly lieutenant colonels. These older men had been assigned to this detail a- a result of considerable undercover Hod " Ch os boxes maneuvering on the part of the American officials of the prison in order that they might have a (nether better chance of stealing food enough to keep them alive. I was assisted on thi Mellnik The news was true. There were, indeed, Red Cross boxes, two for each prisoner. More than that, they meant to each of us. home. As each prisoner ripped open a box, I suspect that there were many besides myself who worked with a catch in the throat. I will make no attempt to de-cribe the joy with which those were received. Observe Brotherhood Week Charles Minikin With Luncheon February 22 Succumbs At 88 The Hamilton Y.W.C.A., in co- faith committee of Protestant, operation with the Jewish, Prot-1 Catholic, and Jewish clergy and estant, and Catholic women in Hamilton, will observe national laymen. Mrs. E. Just as there is no word for truth” in the Japanese language, are there any words known to me which could describe the feelings with which we greeted ,    .    r    detail '>> I thi-s first communication from our he arni I were the only Delayed Seven Months; laps Cut Vegetable Rations (Thin ta the eighth chapter in the series written bg two American army and navy officers among the ten trho cscajwd from the Philippines after having witnessed and suffered Japanese atrocities.) - (homeland. And what a welcome officers in the group- mv^.v,c tho«e ,)OXeh contained! wa, here ii,at hic vc and I Kj|vt ot to J,Ian oar attempt to|H c„„,en,,.ate „|,(ch laded belier Atter I had mentioned began escape.    L    nm,    memloneu    anv    | '! ! fn.,° l'!ln’ Mellnik pave it rinmk    jcy    ,|ight "    111 u,    'Mile bridttc of a .hip at    wia.    It wa, decided,    he the jj11h| j jia,| tii-ted    *ince a once falteied    at    any    jKiint; Smuggled sip months    airo    in Old Bilibid Prison, back    in    Manila. fly Comdr.    ll.    Met (tv,    I S. V., and 1.1. Col. S. M. MHInlW, I careful custom, never in fact, lie came up with some of the better ideas that finally made our eiscape po-*ible. Plan Of Escape At Mellnik’* suggestion we wangled two sergeants to a-sist with s>. a., im i«»id to 1.1. w el bon rn Kei- the mid-day cooking for our work lo# I    party—Sergeant* Paul Marshall CHAPTER 8 Christmas And Escape Thoughts Commander McCoy: Almost -ince the day of arrival at Mindanao there hail been. lurking in my mind the thought of escape, the hope that some avenue would open itself, that some opportunity would be pro-vided. Nothing concrete came of these gropings through November and December. There were the usual six days of work each week with Sundays quite often thrown} There were chocolate bars, there! was ehee-e, there were cracker* and cookies, there were tinned meats and sardine-, there were, cigarets, and there was a portion each of tea, cocoa, salt, pepper and ( sugar. Be-t of all. there were I Hill is general chair-.j man of the inter-faith luncheon,J brotherhood week with an inter-. and Mrs. Harry Pastor is in charge \ faith luncheon Tuesday, Febru-jof decorations, ary at one o clock in the a-so- The luncheon committee coin-ciation building. Brotherhood prises: Mrs. Mark Pater. Mrs. F. week, according to presidential A. Keister, Mrs. T. J. Steenber-proclamation, will be observed gen, Mrs. Bertha Braun. Mrs. V. February 20-26.    I. Wilks Airs. Maskell Ewing. Miss Mabel H cad. Cleveland, Mrs. Leon Shannon, Mrs. David 1 will speak on the “Inter-}'ail Ii Pat- Kedlin, Mrs. Hugh Gobeille, Mrs. j tern for Peace, and will ili-ci-- Elmer Shipley, Mr-. Shelby Alibi* -even proposal- for a post leu, Mrs. Waiter C. Schallip, aud war world adopted bv an inter- Mr-. Howard H. Frvbarrger. Society Pubs Hamer Hazard Married    Her three quarter length veil of j Covington, Ky. Miss    ii his ion was held to her head with Of in tore.-1 to Hamilton friends a tiara of seed pearls. She earls announcement of the marriage l ied gardenias. of Miss Virginia Stevenson, Miss Patricia Delano, maid of ducted Thursday afternoon at 2:30 Samaritan hospital, Cincinnati, -pent the week-end in Hamilton. Mrs. Mary Konrad has returned atter spending several days with Mr. and Mis. Fred Konrad in Cincinnati. Mr-. Roscoe Evans and daughter, Phyllis, returned to Middletown, after spending a week with Hamilton relatives. Leigh Baldwin, Dayton, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Alma Baldwin. Rev. and Mrs. Sidney Baxter, Middletown, visited Air. and Mrs. William Richardson. — PAUL S. SMITH GRANTED DIVORCE Judge P. P. Bidi, in common pleas court, granted a decree to Paul S. Smith, Middletown, di- o’clock in the Webb funeral home, Ross avenue and South D street, with Rev. Benjamin L. DuYal, minister of the First Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood. Friends may call Wednesday afternoon and evening at the funeral home. The family requests that flowers be omitted. - Personals Leonard Watson, gunner’s mate second class, is home on chort leave from    the navy. He is visiting in the    home of a sister, Mrs. Mae Leatherinan, IOU. South Second street.    . Mr. and    Mi*. Simon Fields re-    voicing    him    from    Edith    Eliza- turned .to    Dayton after a visit    betb    s,mth    un    allegations of    ueg with Mr. and Mrs. Collins Estill. J a me* L. Hershner, Great and R. B. Spielinan. Marshall and *ujfa drug* and precious quinine! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney honor and Mi-* Juan Ward. Spiel man wed* taken in nu tin* l.-:___i    j;    i    _    .     i._    t    ______ (J Stevenson I -I** I I ,i iqjigstOU junior bl'ide'i,nM '‘I maea* /Ilamer bridegroom, Lakes, IU., is in Hamilton on leave, j Miss Jeanette Weaver, Indianapolis, Iud., is visiting relatives iii Hamilton. Henry Teague, United States navy, who has been in tho South Pacific, i* visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Roy Early. Mrs. Carleton Lawrence and daughter, Ann, returned to Middletown after a visit with Mr. lect and cruelty. The? were married May 3, 1924, and have one son. MR. MILLIKIN  rn ,_______  j    -    i    Charles    S.    Minikin,    SS.    437 pielman were taken in on the since I did not *moke, I very Stevenson, 1421 Livingston junior bridesmaid, nieces of the Puss avenue, widely kiowa cloth- and Mrs. Charles Hamilton. escape plan, and at once proved quickly made    an    advantageous    street, Covington. Ivy., to/limner    bridegroom, were the bride’s at-    ing salesman of mfci/’s ware in Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wilkinson both eager and helpful. Our hope tnije f0l. mv    cigaret*. In my    Hazard, of Hamilton, whifth took    tendants.    Hamilton, died of general debility    returned to Detroit,    Mich., after was to make a blenk out of tin* trading, however, I could find no-,PlMCe 0,1 Monday, February 7 in Miss Delano wore a gown of;Monday afternoon at 3:20 o’clock a visit with their mother. Mr*. prison farm, elude our guards, body who would give up a crumb Newport, Ky., in the ^absence of aqua frosted satin fashioned with in Mercy hospital, lie had been| William Rentschler and their son, reach the eon-t, and -et out in a oj* cheese: We had known no » tew friends.    V    a very full skirt dad slim bodice hospitalized since February 4. Tim Wilkinson and family stolen sailboat. We were not too butter, milk or any kind of dairy The bridegroom, eldest son of which had a high neckline and; Mr. Minikin, the son of the late Captain E. W. Morris returned about our chances for product *ince our    capture , . .    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hazard, 916    bracelet length peeves.    A match-[James B. and Ellen Ware Minikin,    to Washington D    C after a uoeessful escape. On the other Our Christmas    had    been delayed,    Laurel avenue, was graduated    ing sweetheart/bonnet    completed    was born in May, 1885, in Ham-    week-end visit with    his parents, were we too enthu- hut it wa* one of the inoet en- from Hamilton High in 1940. He her ensemble.    ilton.    He    spent    his    entire    life    iu    Mr. Women Who Suffer »from SIMPLE Member* of Delta Theta Chi were delight fuly tamed Saturday night at a val Nei l One Of the Bott Rome Wait To Help Build lip Red Blood! You firls who auffer from simple anemia or who lose so much during monthly periods that you feel tired, weak, “dragged out"—due to low blood Iron — start today — try Lydia Pink-ham’s TABLETS — one of the greatest blood-Iron tonics you can buy to help build up red blood to get more strength auld energy — In such cases. Taken as directed — Plnkham’c Tablets Is one of the very best home ways to get preclotB iron into the blood. Just try them for 30 days—then see lf Iou, too, don’t remarkably benefit. Pol->w label directions. Worth trying! Lydia Pmkham’s tablets enthusiast ic a hand, neither eia-tie about our chances tor stay-1 joyable many of us will ever re-jis in the personnel department of mg alite if we remained in the member.    (the Wright Aircraft corporation, i an i- of the Japs.    jn    atle]    it    ion.    to    the    two    boxe*    The    couple    will    reside in Ham lin* escape plan had not yet ma- received by each prisoner, each of 1 ilton. tined however, when there oc- Us ai„0 received 15 can* of corned „    *    £    + curred an event which brightened    or    meat-and-vegetnble    *tew\    pvan*ebne    P.?e the lives    of    all    the    American prie-! This wa* rationed to ii* bv    the    Entertained Sorority oners,    at    least    temporarily.    Japanese at the rate of two can* a As T wa* returning from work week, and it therefore hasted u*l"°,onf.v one aitct noon m early January, I approximately eight week*. The. .    .... I was met near the prison bar- fo4M| during those eight week* wan*ntllM, Parly in the home of Mr*. racks by an enlisted seaman who , he best and rn net nourishing I re- | Lvangelme Poe, on Clinton ave-bpon "bached to my unit at. reived in all the ll month of my ntt*; imprisonment bv the Japanese, I, '<,r «arnp* ar,<* conte*t« in Dark Side Too    keeping    with the festival    held    the But our belated Christmas    re-1 interest    of the group    for    several juicing* had a dark Mile, too. In Pjf8*®.11* bours al the conclusion the first place, we learned that Pf wh*ch nta*ty refreshment* were jour precious Red Cross suppliea* J? an(^ "b*te *weetpeas Christ- j had been received aboard a diplo- j entered the prettily appoiutd malic ship back in June of 3942,1 in Japan. We never learned w hy J mouths and Mi*. John Morris, 23 Dr. Edwards' Great Formula For CONSTIPATION Benefits Nation of Sufferers! Ever Feel Like This ? ^ HEADACHE-NO PEP MENTALLY DULL UPSET STOMACH If liver bile doesn’t flow every day into Intestines—constipation often results. So take Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets tonight to pep up bile flow and insure gentle yet thorough bowel movements. OliveTablet* being purely vegetable, are wonder!ul I Used successfully for years by Dr. F. M. Edwards tor relieving patients with eonstipation and sluggish bile flow. Test Olive Tablets tonight! Follow label directions. the the Cavite Navy yard, before fall of Corregidor. It’s Christmas! “It’s ( Ii fist mas, C o iii in a ii de r McCoy!” lie shouted. “It's Christmas;” I was well aware that nm* had already passed, practically without notice, so I asked him Mi.-* Ward’s frock of peach    thi* community.    North Second street U«*UI was styled like that of| Mr. Minikin launched his    eareer: * Pl.iv,te William    Frazier    re- Mi*- Delano. She, too, wore a os a clothing salesman with Virgil    turned    to    Alanche*tcr    V    II    iCcr bonnet, and both earned Amen- Gilchrist and the Bed Trunk    „    14    day    furloUgh    with    his‘wife J)R. EDWARDS* ran Beauty rosea.    Clothing .ton Wh«e lie had been    ,.,.|„ljvt... A wedding breakfast was served    employed for ninny year..    \ Mn,. I),,,, Fittou ie    visiting rela- for the tanulie* in the Anthony    He will be remembered by    many Ujveg jn Richmond Va Wayne hotel, and in the evening a a8 fln efficient and courteous sales-enter-1 reception for 150 guests w a* held I man employed for years by the in the American Legion home. j Strauss Clothing and Shoe com-After a brief wedding trip, theany. Together with Irvin Coch-eouple will reside on Smith road.    Mr.    Minikin    operated a clothing store on High street for a Relatives in College Corner. Miss Rosalyn Clendenin. OLIVE TABLETS Robert Collins, United States navy, returned to Great Lakes, 111., after a visit in Hamilton. Elizabeth ami Stanley Barbour ba vc returned from a virit with Rites Wednesday For Hurd Infant *•«!*“« hia    lit    took them some seven , Lt’,'U, T,! 1 u 111 home. hc|to joiit'h us iii Davao. babbled. “Boxes from the States. Red Cross boxes.” I bad quickened ray pace, aud by now I was trotting along beside him. Then I must conies- \n .... More catastrophic was the fact that, as soon as our boxes were received, the Japanese promptly discontinued the meager supply of vegetables which we had been rationed in the past. And when each man had oaten the last of his 15 cans of meat, the vegetables still were withheld from us. few year*, and then returned to the employ of the Strauss company. Attended City Schools His wife, Mrs. Cele-te Cobaugh —.    -    .    j    Minikin, preceded him in death in November, 1935, aud a daughter luniTnl aervic. for    di(M, (|ltrins, Hurd, ag. 15 month*, daughter o! j Mr Mmjkin pducatrd in .Air. and Mrs. Ernest Hurd, North River*ide drive, New Mi-jtaithful memlM>r ami. who died l«« \l», Mrthodi.t church. Ile leaves a sister, Mrs. Sue M Good TERMITES? CALL 1631 EXTERMITAL SERVICE J. L. PURDY P. C. O. Hamilton schools, and was a of the First table. Participant* were:    Misses Louise Bocher, Maxine Kern*, Eileen Glenn, Bertha Cox, Marie Heller, Margaret Stiehl, Mi*. Georgia nna    St rob,    a    gue*t,    Mrs. I will be    condueted Wednesday    aft- Unit* Veaeman,    aud    the    hoate*,    rrnoon    at one    o'cloek in the    r«i-1Kittin’ Hamirton^"two niece*, Mist j Mrs. Poe.    deuce. Rev,    I mn Burge,    New jxmiu ❖ +    +    *    ... . Farmer-Simpson [ Announcement Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Farmer, I HIO North F street, announce the lei Mi*- Helen Craig.A* adet Burton ll. Sexton and \Caj|fet Robert L. Stout were witnei-w. marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Aviation Cadet Kenneth B. Simpson, eon of Mr. and Mn*, .hohn In short, we were hack on the Simpson, JU North B street, which j same rations we had receixeil in Hook place on Saturday, February Cabanatiiun—lugao in the morn-U jn Thomas Memorial Baptist jiug, aud rice with a half-canteenL.}lurc.hf BennettnvilIe, K C The cupful of watery camote-top aoup|Rev. Unnar Thoma* r/ad the *erv-for the other two meals, j This was in March of 1943, and b\ that time our plans for escape had gone well forward, with myself a- senior officer and with Mellnik as executive. “How far is it to Australia from bere. Commander?” Sergeant Marshall asked me one day, while we were out on the coffee detail. “About 1.600 miles to one of the nearest points,” I answered. “Melville, for instance.” “And you mean, if we can find a sailboat, you can take us there ?” ‘‘Within IO or 15 miles of any place on the map. Provided, of course, that we can rig up si*me hall-way decent navigating equipment.” It’s No Longer a Secret What Mohawk Medicine Will Do Read what D. L. Magee. Rockport, Ind., says: “I hav§ been a Mohawk user for several years. I have a bad stomach and nothing seems to help    me like Mohawk. It is the only medicine I can find that    helps, can hardly live without Mohawk. Give it a trial and you’ll be surprised how nice the medicine will j Miami, will officiate and burial y    "Vc    u;Tt T., -    act to overcome that tired sluggish feeling, when constipation brings will be in Greenwood.    cii I* ’of friend and a -quain on Bloatin&- Dizzy Spells, Coated Tongue, Dull Headache, Bad Breath, Sm-ir«wm (lel.yvcl, ait in;,1>0    Tlioiuu,    aud    your stomi,ch is »rob»bl» “"*    t    / the    arrival    oi    the    lather    who    i-    ,jauie;j    q Minikin, preceded him in ^ou    nee(^ Mohawk Medicine to pull the trigger    on those lazy bowels, stationed    with    the    SeaBees    in    (|ealij    **    ’    Caution—Use only as directed. Large 1‘2-oz.    bottle for 49 cent*. California.    j    Fulieiai    *erviees    will    be    con-    Dargue’s Drug Store. 21 North Second Street. Friend* may eall at the re**i-, Tuesday I M. Hull and Mi*- Marion denec night. aller eall at 6 o’clock Births Couch. Joseph and Loui.’* (Law soul. 6 South Ll street, a l/»y, Feb luary It. in Mercy bespit Lien***. Albert and AI ♦* ii *• V a i Sr ii w a r t z I, .*>01 South bystreet ...    | m    ,    j Kill. February Ii, iii M/tvy ho»pi Hie brule wa*\JnttraetiveIv at- ta! Geed in «    I i^w is, Frank and Anp (Kllburn), ired in it tlock or aqua wool aith ,212 Hamilton aveniie./a boy, Feb- black aci‘e**orie*. She carried ruary ll, in Mercy hospital. Itei.l 11    Mi    p„,r_    ...j Hogebach.    Oeorab mnd Charlotte b ul.ii    io*c-.    3lu-*    ( laig    wore    (Hayes), it.    It 2. Aa/iilton,    a boy, black crepe and lier flower* were February ii, in MerVy hospital. ......  Owens.    Robert ana Dora i Parti "finialions. ^    rett), 344 Hanover street, a airt, in Both bride and bridegroom were I Mercy hospital. I  I i*    -i.    ,    j L>ov%-e. Gail and Ann iKicei, R. it. gladUdted tioin Hamilton High 3 Hamilton, a boy, February 14, eehool in 1942. The bride is ein-li** Mercy hospital. 1 *„    _ ..*>• __..    . 1    i, 1    Mrs. Melvin K un tel. R. K. 2. plotiii    in    the ottiee    ot the    KOO*    Hamilton, in    Fort Hamilton    hospi- iiP-on-Sehwvnn atore and Will re-lt:‘b February 14, a^boy. main with her parent* while her hn*bntid is in *erviee. Uadet and Mr*. Simpson later witne**ed    tile    wedding1 of    Mi*- Craig and Cadet Sexton. 4> «|> «(• Miss Esther Strapak. Leo Broering Married The wedding of Mi-s Father Strapak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. •loseph Strapak, 3214 River road, Try Journal-News Classified Ads. Muffins that melt in your mouth— muffins with SOY, made with Pillsbury’s Golden Bake Mix! Marvelous texture and nut-like taste-packed with wartime nourishment. Ration-free; easy to make; recipe right on the package. If you’re not excited and delighted, double your ««. money back! ‘Pillsburij's GOLDEN BAKE MIX. Soil makes delicious pancakes, waffles, muffins - rich in body building protein EX m^AL TERMITE PROTECTION AS NECESSARY AS FIRE INSURANCE    PHONE 1631 HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR SHARE OF BONDS? TO THOSE WHO FEEL THEY CAN’T AFFORD TO BUY BONDS OR HAYE BEEN CASHING THEIR BONDS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, ONE OF BUTLER COUNTY EXTERMITAL EMPLOYEES, NOW IN THE U.S. NAVY. WRITES: “HAYE PURCHASED 5 BONDS SINCE IN NAVY ll MONTHS.” HK MAKES AS MUCH IN MONTH IN NAVY AS HE WOULD MAKE IN WEEK IF HE WERE AT HOME, YET HE CAN AND DOES BLY BONDS AND KEEPS THEM. J. I.. PURDY Lieutenant Colonel Mellnik: McCoy, n* senior officer, was to lead our escape group, anil was to do the navigating once we were a hit* to *teal a boat. When and if! lo Leo Broering, son of Air. aud we reached the    coost, and when    Mw. Frank    Broering, 424    Forest and if we were able to steal a    avenue, was    a pretty event    Satur-j boat. Meanwhile, I wa- doing day morning, February 12 in St. much of the planning, and was re- Ann I at bein* church. I lie Rev. sponsible for executing most of Jo*«*ph E. Bosch, a*-i*tant pastor,! the preparatory detail.    I    read the double ring service. The first step    decided upon wa*    The bride    wa- attractive    in ber to put ourselves    in as good physi-    wedding gown of white satin and; cal condition a* possible. Sergeant French embroidered net. The Spiehuaii had earned a reputation fitted bodice ot fiat iii had a high a* a food thief deluxe, so he and neckline embroidered with seed McCoy and I now turned our com- |K»arU and long sleeves ending iu hilled talents and attention to the point* fit the wrist*. I he full skirt I chicken farm kept by the Japa-: ne-© for their own exclusive use — they thought. There were some 1.500 of these chickens, and we made it a point of honor never to take Ie-- than two on a single raid, and including as many egg* as could b© lately carried. By an elaborate *.v»U‘in, McCoy aud 8pielinttu aud I relieved the Jap* of a total of 133 of their plumpest fowls over a period of three months. After we had stolen 75 of these chickens the Japanese noted their lo-.-e-. Thereafter we had to work with infinitely more guile, for w© knew that, it caught, we would be punished with a severity ranging from a mere flogging to death by torture. borne of these chickens we ate at the noon meal we cooked for ourselvob while working in the coffee plantation, dividing them with the older officer* in tour work party. Others we traded for almost non-existent quinine, sulfa drugs un ii any other article which we considered might he useful on our trip through the jungle and onward to Australia. (Tomorrow: Escape Delayed) Copyright, mi. bv The Bell fiyadivate, lac. 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