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THE IXDIAXAPOLIS STAR, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1913. STRAUSS SAYS: FRENCH PHANTOM ARMY HOLDS OUT Vichy Sends -Police Guard To Subdue Youths, Is Report IN THE BOYS' SHOP Bern, Switzerland, March 12. (JPt The Vichy government was reported by the Geneva Tribune to have sent 800 police guards in armored cars into the Haute Savoie region of the Alps tonight in an effort to subdue well-armed guerrillas whose ranks were swelled by French youths seeking to escape compulsory labor in Germany. The Tribune reported from Lyons that all youths between 20 and 23 years old were being drafted for factories and also for the Todt organization and sent imme AIR CRASH VICTIM Funeral service for Lieut Charles Zane IN SENIOR HALL HIGH SCHOOL SUITS 2-piece) that arc mad like a fella likes 'em broguey herringbone tweeds and stripes. 17.95 to $35.
SPORT JACKETS by SAMPECK all wool cut and tailored just lik Dad's Shetland stripes and Glen Checks 16.98 to 20.95. Others, 12.98 to $25. SLACKS They combine with suit coats or sport jackets in sturdy Gabardines and Bedford Cords a choice selection of colors, plenty of browns. 5.98 to $10. SHIRTS BY KAYNEE heathertone cottons-sportsman model th 2-way collar long sleeves.
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diately behind the German lines in Russia to work on fortifications and the like. As such they were forced to wear German uniforms. Atmosphere "Charged." The Tribune said Vichy decrees ordering general mobilization has caused consternation and that the atmosphere was charged with the same tension that accompanied the outbreak of the war. The newspaper said the situation In the Haute Savoie, where Italian occupation troops have replaced Germans sent to the Russian front, was becoming more and mor strained. The fugitives already number several thousand.
The partisans are reported led by French army officers of all grades. The youths for the most part are "very well armed and firmly resolved to defend themselves," the newspaper said. Some had 75-mm. cannon as well as machine guns. Laval Forces Intervene.
The Vichy government of Pierre Laval intervened with arms in an endeavor to meet German demands for an additional 250,000 workers to help keep German war industry running at full blast. I III 1 sV I I Jr -fL, JtP dSr jig 1 ti -i Mobile republican guards and mobile units of the state police were reported dispatched into the forest wilds and refuge heights to subdue the young French. Vichy was silent on a London story that the patriots had killed around 300 Germans last month. Berlin curtly denied the report but added significantly that occupation troops were compelled to use firearms. "The day the Reich suppressed the modest military organization of France, it threw into the streets at least 80,000 men who were joined by sailors after the fleet was scuttled," the Journal said.
"These young men are active and energetic and unable to accustom themselves to forced Idleness. Many desired to go to Africa but were unable to escape so they took to the brush. They now form bands determined to fight the occupation troops." nnn iniMiTiin nn nni nm Four Washington County Inductees Of Same Group Missing In Action Salem, March 12. (Special) Four Washington county men, all inducted into the service on Oct. 27, 1941, have been reported miss-big in action this week by the War Department in messages to their parents or next of kin.
111 UU HUM I1U I HID UUULlI 11 All were stationed in the North STORE HOURS-SATURDAY 9:20 TILL 6 STORE HOURS-MONDAY TILL 8:45 A Branch of th, ARMY'S Quotltrmastir't Dtpot for Uniformt and Accmoritt parents are Mr. and Mrs. William African war theater. The men were: Vilmer E. Voyles, 23 years old, Cottrell of Ingalls.
Dugger, March 12. (Spfc' son of Mrs. Hattie Watkins, 10 cial) Jack Reeves of Dugger has received notification that, his son, Edward Reeves, serving with the army in North Africa, has been Wt don't buy clothes on the "hoof" nor take the mine run We no can use I THIS IS A SPECIALTY STORE with a selective, rather than a general mind-Its clothing stocks are a sum total of specialties! We are fond of pointing out "It selects the best and rejects the rest And because the clothes are carefully chosen to conform with this policy they need no high pressure they need no constant clatter of "sales" to sell them. They are presented with The Man's Store's highly skilled fitting services and surrounded with other courtesies that Insure fullest satisfaction. And whatever you choose whether It's "the Finest In the World Ready for Wearing" or something or other In the lesser priced brackets you have the certainty of knowledge "The best at YOUR price no matter what the price THESE PRESENTATIONS are In SPECIAL FAVORi miles southwest of Salem.
Ellis G. Hughes, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hughes, nine miles north of Campbellsburg. missing in action since Feb.
17. He An Appoint of th U. S. NAVY lor Regulation Havol Uniformt 1 entered service on Nov. 8, 1941, Harold H.
Weilbaker, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Weilbaker, Jasonville, March 12. east of Fredricksburg. Ralph D.
Russell, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Russell, six miles (Special) The War Department has notified Mrs. Cecii Royer of Jasonville that her son, Sergt. Ferrell Mann, has been missing in action since November.
An aerial gunner in England, he was 22 years old and enlisted Jan. 2, 1941. He wag graduated from Jasonville High School in 1940. east of Pekin, and husband of Mrs. Wilma Pixley Russejl.
Relatives believed the four had served together since their induction. All were infantrymen and were privates or privates first cla' They were inducted at Fort Thomas, Kentucky, and trained at Wheeler, and Fort Dix, New Jersey, before being sent to England last year. Voyles and Weilbaker were classmates in Hardinsburg High School, where the latter had participated in athletics. Elkhart, March 12. (Spe cial) Relatives here have been notified by the War Department that Sergt.
Norman W. Sinning, member of a tank crew, is missing in actioa in North Africa. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinning and the husband of Mrs.
Dor- Wearington "TWISTS," SUITS Tremendously Enduring, $35 WORSTED SUITS, Well-Fitting Models, Really Remarkable, $35 SHETLAND SUITS, Herringbones and Tweeds, at 29.75 GABARDINE SUITS, Tan and Brown, Featured at $35 PRINCETOWN WORSTED SUITS 42.50 FASHION PARK SUITS, Concentrated Showings at $50 $58 thea Potter Sinning, the latter employed in a war plant here. War Department List Washington, March 12. (U.P.) The War Department tonight announced the names of 173 United States Army officers and enlisted men wounded in action in the European, North African and South Pacific areas. Included in the list are 11 wounded in action in Europe, 146 wounded in action In North Africa and 16 wounded in action in the Logansport, March 12. (Special) Messages received today from official sources indicated that three men from this area are missing in action and another is a prisoner of war in Italy.
Missing in North Africa are Corporal Alva Newton, 26 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Newton, Logansport; Corporal Barton Dempsey, 26, husband of Mrs.
Mildred Dempsey, Logansport, and Corporal Hubert Bowman, 27, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thonus Bowman of Carroll county. Confined to a military hospital at Caserta, near Naples, as a prisoner of war is Corporal Robert A. Tarn of Idaville, White county, a brother, Wayne Tam, was notified.
South Pacific. $68 to $1 05 HICKEY-FREEMAN SUITS, WAP I 'iff i 4' Indiana men Included: IN NORTH AFRICA. Private First Class Elmer E. Allen, Mrs. Bessie Allen, mother, Box 65, Delphi.
Second Lieutenant William E. Ballas, William Ballas, father, East Chicago. Technical Fifth Grade Woodrow C. Cundiff, Mrs. Chloe Cundiff, mother, R.R.
3, Shoals. Private William S. Laskowski. Mrs. Sophie Laskowskl, mother, South Bend.
Private First Class Leroy E. Long, Mrs. Frances Long, mother, R.R. 1, Coal City. Private First Class John A.
Sirovy, Mrs. Theresa Wagner, sister, R.R. 2, Lowell. Private Bernard C. Stone.
Mrs. Brazil, March 12. (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Alva Cordell, Clay City, have been advised by the Navy Department that their son, Doyle Cordell, reported missing in the Philippines a year ago, is a prisoner of the Japanese.
Cordell was a member of a submarine crew when he was reported missing. Washington, March 12. (Special), A War Department message to Mr. and Mr. John W.
Ellis of Washington has revealed that their son, Sergt. William T. Ellis, 21 years old, is missing in action in North Africa. He has been In the army almost two years. Anderson, March 12.
(Special) Private Howard Cottrell of Ingalls has been reported by the War Department as missing in North Africa since Feb. 17. His Alta Stone, mother, Summitville. Sergt Adlai W. Wolf, Mrs.
Mary mother, R.R. 1, Reynolds. Privata Roy M. L. Vazel, Mrs.
Montague, mother, Argos. 1 wii DANA OFFICER VICTIM. Wearington TOPCOATS, Fleeces and Tweeds, $25, 27.50 ALPAGORAS, America's Best-Known Coats, 32.50 "WORSTED-GABARDINE," Ail-Purpose COATS, at $35 PEDIGREED GABARDINES, the "Dutch $50," the "Imperial," $55 KINLOCH and KINTYRE SHETLAND HICKEY-FREEMAN, Customized GABARDINE Coats at $75 MAHARAJAH CAMEL'S-HAIR COATS at $68 HICKEY-FREEMAN CAMEL'S-HAIR COATS De Luxe, 150.00 Clinton, March 12. (Spe cial) The body of Lieut. Victor ma E.
Tharp, 24 years old, is being directed to Dana for last rites and burial following the young officer's death Wednesday In an airplane Rent a "Peoples" GROUND FLOOR SAFE DEPOSIT BOX crash at Drew field, Tampa, Fla. The son of the Rev. and Mrs. Joe Tharp of near Dana, he entered the vArmy Air Force in March, 1942. He was commissioned in January at Ellington field and transferred to Florida.
Besides the parents he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Janet Reed Tharp, formerly of Hammond; four brothers and two Alligator Raincoats, as Auxiliary Topcoats, 15.50, 18.75, 25.75. Krrp Tonr Vmlabl, War Bond. Papers, Birth Certificates IIAFE for "Less Than Pcjay a Day." I I I'D nm nm 111 I British, Axis Exchange Prisoners In Turkey Ankara, March 11. Delayed) UP An exchange of British and axis prisoners will take place March 21 and 22 in the harbor ef Mersin, Turkey, it was announced today.
Each side will exchange 788 officers and men, it was stated. The axis prisoners are mostly Italians from two Italian destroyers which were scuttled at Jedda and a few Germans who were Interned at Saudi Arabia. It was stated that the prisoners from both aides mainly were THE PEOPLES STATE BANK ISO E. MARKET Member TeoenU DeposM Insuraaes Corporation HH INC. 11JU BUY WAR BONDS hi a.
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