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F Page p-.t j THE DAILY CLINTON I AN Thursday,, August 10, 1944; i THREE IN ROW? -.:' Soviets Renew Warsaw Drive; Hit at Latvia (Continued trom page 1) Standings J AMERICAN l.EAfilE Clubs Won Lost Pet. St. Louis 6:1 42 .600 Boston 56 4S . .1 3 S New York 5.1 49 ' .520 Detroit 53 50 .515 Cleveland 52 55 ,4S6 Chicago 50 54 .4S1 Philadelphia 47 60 .4351 Washington 44 60 .423 NATIONAL LK.Mil'E Clubs Won Lost Pet. St. Louis 73 27 .730 Cincinnati 55 44 .556 Pittsburgh 63 45 .541 New York 50 63 .485 Chicago 46 50 .479 Boston 42 58 .420 Brooklyn 41 62 ,38 Philadelphia 38 59 .392 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Clubs Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee 78 37 .678 Toledo 68 45 .602 Louisville 69 46 .600 Columbus 64 50 .561 St. Paul 59 51 .536 Minneapolis 44 70 .386 Indianapolis 38 78 .284 Kansas City 31 89 .284 iCOUftT NEWS ! t- --3 . James Robert Burton -lit Camp Rucker, Ala. formerly of Clinton, has filed suit In Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Martha Jean Burton on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment. The couple was married Sept. 25, 1943 and separated Jan. 2. 1944. Hearing was had on the application for suit money and maintenance in the divorce case of Pearl Trultt vb. Mack W. Trultt In Vermillion Circuit Court. Mr. Trultt was ordered to pay $15 per week maintenance, and 50 attorney fees on or before November 1st. Claude M. Foos of Newport was awarded the contract for groceries and bread for the Vermillion County Poor Farm for the quarter ending September 30th by Vermillion County Commissioners Monday. Former Newport Soldier Killed in Action in France Private Thomas V. Holton. 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holton of Roachilale, former Newport rest, dents, was killed In action In France, July 3. according to word received by his parents from the War Department. Mr. and Mrs. Holton received their son s last letter on June 28 in which he told that he was among the troops who took part in the invasion of France on June 6. -Young Holton served in the Infantry of the U. 8. Army. Pit. Holton attended the Newport schools until his senior yeaT when, his parents sold their farm to the government for the site of the Wabash River Ordnance Works : and moved to Roachdale. He graduated from the Roachdale High School with the class of 1943. He entered the service a year agd on Sept. 15, 1943 and following his basic training was sent across seas to England on March 1 of this year. Besides the parents, he is survived by three younger sisters. Norma Jean, Betty and Rosemary, all at home, and one younger brother, El-vin Leon, at home. Cayuga Plant Turns Out Million Cups Per Day CAYt'OA. Ind. Paper cups a-mountlng to a million a day are being made at the Cayuga branch plant of the Universal Paper Products Company, located in the building formerly occupied by Clark Chervolet Sales, it was announced today. Citizens of Cayuga are proud of this new modern plant, which has a payroll of $1,500 per week and are also proud . of Its citizens who cooperated 100 percent with the committee, in their efforts to locate the plant 'there.-' CAb '? TH05E FELLOWS mander of Polish underground forces within the city as saying the Germans were heavily shelling the western bank of the Vistula and reporting "further Instances of German army columns using civilians as screens.") The plight of German forces trapped In Latvia was made still worse by fresh Soviet advances from the east. In which the Russians overran SK0 communities, and westward from Lithuania to the south, where the Russians captured more than 200 occupied places in their race toward the Baltic coast, (teach Near Chechoslovakia At the southern end of the Rus-lo-C.erman front, the Soviets reached closest to Chechoslovakia with the capture of Skole, on the Stryj liver and a stationonthemain river and a station on the main railway line into sub-Carpathian Ruthenia. Red army Gen. Sukhomlin, in a broadcast over the Moscow radio, said the Soviets have cleared the Germans from nearly 600,000 juare miles of occupied Soviet ter-itory. where German occupation fores, before being ejected, murder-1 more than a million white Rus-lans. Vewnillion County Farmers Urged to Vaccinate Hogs No Vermillion 'Conn :y farmer, vould take good feed and burn It. 'he same waste results when feed Is ' ut into a pig that dies of hog choi-ra from lack of vaccination, points ' mt county agent M. J. Peterson. In the case of many other livestock diseases, there is a change for at least part of the stock recovering, but with hog cholera, the less almost always Is total In untreated hogs. Once that this highly eontaglous disease infects a herd, it is certain that every unvaccinated nog in the herd will die, according to officials in the Veterinary Department at Purdue ITniversity. An epidemic of this disease this year would result In a disastrous reduction of essential food supplies, officials said. Faced with a feed shortage, It is urgent that every bushel nf leed used will be converted Into food for the armed forces, Mr. Peterson explained. He added that It was a matter of patriotism as well as profit, for each Vermillion County farmer to Insure the feed going into his pigs by vaccinating them against the ravages of hog cholera. ; ; , ... StWI criirM raQr?f. THAT M ff. sic nsnwB-VM-t WK.L err rm wou out tHMIWATSLV-rr twiii TAKE ME MKNIT TMME MOUM WMiXt KIN WERE MUST PORT ARE AND MMd rn American Power Visible Through Normandy Area (Continued trom pais 1) that ! handling more ton nage dally than that which Comes Into the port of Mew nor. Trucks Flow Inland From half a dozen roa'is nuiu uy bull-do7.ers a never-ending stream . b. inir inland with the wea pons that are enabling the American boys to help smash the .Serman armies In r ranee. A little old Norman peasant stood by the roadside watching this mir- i ,irn warfare. I went up to him and asked: "What do you think of all this? He looked at me with eyes of wonderment; threw his grilled head back with a gesture of amazi-d fascination, and remarked: "What a country America must be. You fight the Japanese In the Pacific. Yon send all this over here to defeat the Boche. It Is magni ficent." llnild Landing Strip n.,,1, anma miles through the bomb-cratered fields and past the ai.QttnfAft little Norman farm houses is yet another scene to dai- jle the mind. Here out of rarmiana a Mnntra rnsds American eng ineers have built a landing strip that handles more air iranic man any single airport In the Uniter' States. Here " American fignter-planes troop carriers, transport ships ant' ambulance machine are coming I: and out all day long. - lloi-a thA American hnvs w)W' have been seriously wounded In bat tie are evacuated by air to bas hospitals in the British Isles. rtnlv a favr hnnrn ttl'n when T stood on this landing strip, the firs' nf wlmt 'was tn he 14(M) wounded evacuees that day alone were be ing loaded on the planes. Nurses Stand By Attractive American nurses in K1i,a nlopLu anri trim little field watch over the boys and fly back with tnem to fcngiana. KI.t a ulntrlf. Carman Tilnne 1;ir. ed venture near tills particular landing strip, victory inrougn air power was an accomplished fact here. Gains Favor Another vegetable that is rapidly gaining favor with home gardeners is the soybean. Early varieties require no more space than snap beans and may well be considered for trial. Planting dates and culture are the same as for other beans. Soybeans are a good source of protein and are already popular with many families throughout the country. , .. 'e, ,oL i Arrc. auric nw, frilcm SrtXtJ il,HIIIIH!l.,l i , I1 I Tftnivii: HOURS LATER. l.hi By Jack Sords ci(?CJlT tor,es fo MAKE rf -rtt(?eg aAWe-foJtAn victoieies A eoyj p(vilG B&Se P6AJ m YRO-fflS CLASSIC, A0e. 9 . YESTERDAY'S RESl I.TS AMERICAN LEAGl E St. Louis 3. New York 2. Boston 9. Chicago 1. Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 3 Detroit 4. Washington 2 (night). NATIONAL LEAUCE Pittsburgh 4, New York 3 (night). Brooklyn 5. Chicago 2. Boston 9, Cincinnati 6. St. Louis 4. Philadelphia 2 (night). TOMORROWS GAMES AMERICAN LEAIil'E New York at Pittsburgh (night). Philadelphia at St. Louis (night). Brooklyn at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati. AMERICAN LEAGEE Detroit at Washington (night). Cleveland at Philadelphia (night). St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Boston., Cepr 14 Kin; BOPPED MW U1V - 11TP 1 1 IT 1 -r W 1 A .y- -i r w i 0- n-l Vni.t. mrun(HUn IDA flKllll 171 AT ll. II! Ill llli'MI. OUR . Browns. Down Yanks in:East Match Series Muncrief-Borow y Feud In League Battle, St. Louis Squad Looks Good; Dodgers In Surprise Win xtw vnHK. N. Y. The Yanks have a dark brown taste ,n ,ne,r mouths today due to the fact that f ntiim Rrnvnit made their tne m. long heralded Invasion here yester day. Tne Yank led with llpir ace' Hank Iiorowy and the Browns countered with Bob Muncrief. After th- Browns picsea up fourth, the Yanks came back the same inninc to take the lead on Nick Eetten's homer. Yanks lllow 8" o.u.. mnved alone then until the eighth hut the Browns showed not the slightest sign ui u-iuB u.uui- a instead, thev proceeded to tie the score and then it was the Yanks who Blew, not me iiaw ei- romo the ninth and Borowy had two strikes on A! Zarilla. All Hank needed was anoiner ainne. Instead Al parked one in the stands and the Yanks had nothine left but a hope that maybe the Browns won't be so touifh today. Maybe . mv lose todav and ev en lose this series but I think they have what it takes to eo on and cop their first pennant. Hod Son Keep race The Red Sox kept pace with the Browns by knocking off the White Sox, to 1 with Tex HuRhson turn ing in a fonr. bitter for his 18th victory. Detroit slutted out a 4-1 decision, 'over the Senators who could make' only four hits off Hal Newhouser's steady flinging. It was Hal's 18th Viotoiy. The Indians ai- hnH ranil lirck as thev nnenerl their eastern Invasion by taking the Athletics, 4 to 3. In the other circuit the Dodgers .n.lcoil DvarvhnitT Ineliwlinp BUlfita-u ' 'j- themselves, by topping the Cubs. 5-2. as they started a swing through the west. Old Curt Davis went the route for the Dodgers. Giants Ixise to Pirates The Giants outhit but couldn't outsiore the.. Pirates and lost, 4-3 and the lowly Bra'ves came to life with a 9-6 verdict over the Keds. The Phils, of course, bowed to the Cards, 4-2, although they made It interesting by tying the score In the eighth. LOST an opportunity, if you don't rush right out nd buy your family the new breakfastreat. Post's Raisin Bran. iteliciously satisfying. Ask your grocetj. Dr. G. R. HcGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235Vt Blackmail It's No SECRET Our FRENCH FRIES Are flood! SERVICE NOW FROM 6 A.M. TO 12 P.M. Sandwiches Soft Drinks Delicious Coffee Breakfasts SPEED GRILL DRIVE-IN 117 North Main WHEN Functional Nervous Disturbances such as Sleeplessness, Crankiness, Excitability, Restlessness or Nervous Headache Interfere with your work or spoil your good times, take Dr. Oss Kervine (Liquid r Effervescent Tablets) Kerroua Tension can make you WakefnL Jittery, Irritable. Nervous Tension can cause Nervous Headache and Nervous lor ifres-tioa. In times like these, we are morn likely than usual to become overwrought and nervous and to wish for a good sedative. Dr. Miles Nervine is a good sedative mild but effective. If you do not use Dr. Miles Nervine you can't know what it will do for you. It comes in Liquid and Effervescent Tablet form, both equally soothing to tense and over-wrought nerves, WHY DONT YOU TRY IT? Get ft at vonr irag store. Effervescent tablets 33 and '. Liquid 25 and !.- Read directions and use ealv -as directed. '"4 T '13'. -- ' ' , ,r II . THE HHONt KINU3 m ir. r. j TUC PunME RIM&S N THE SPV'S . Kit LEWE TOE tgAWET ll ii! I MOM-IT AWAKENS PAN IMMEDIATELY--- ROOM n AWAKENS DAN WMEWAmV TALKING CODE CASES MEAN SHIPS BUT WHAT THEY LEAVING FROM?.. WHERE ARE THEY 6OUN0'?-TME IS GETTING DRESSED oim6 to rouow ' I AKEMEP.? W'TMITTII - MA' A, Jl W II M 1 111! PU3 DC Wlf I I NIM Does not include last night s game. Yankee Maid Heads For Trotting Glory Afer Hambletonian May Prove Best Mare In . Trotting History; Wins Goshen Mateh With Ease GOSHEN, N. Y. Yankee Maid, Greyhound, is fittingly queen of the trotting world today as the result of her straight-heat Hambletonian victory, but her Iinai w.ting in History is a subiect of much speculation. There are those who believe aho will ultimately nrove to be the greatest trotting mare in history, not because or her z:ua anu z:ui iiuck- inira In Vftt nTli U V'ft t ll fee-VCa f-Olt 1 classic, but because of the ease with which she scored successive three-length victories over her ten rivals. Wins 8rl Rare Henry Thomas, 07-year-old half-breed son of a full-blooded Cherokee i.,;.,n r,thAr vinn his tiiin! Hamble tonian when he eased Yankee .Maid homo In front. He told Arcn u imt-by, Wichita, Kansas, oil man, that It would happen that way if he didn't run into wretched racing luck. His high opinion of the filly rose as a result of the race. ui.i,! Unnm-er the last previous filly to win the Hambletonian was driven to her victory tiy "i nomas in 1937. n. r.iurn nf the trotting classic , vour - nlils to Ooshen IUI mi" brought forth a holiday crowd up- i ..r i9(HiO The event was held at Empire City. Yonkers, in 1943. In pursuance 01 an oruer n Governor Dewey that all harness racing in New York state last be held at one track. With Its restoration to the tall corn and short applejack belt, the race recovered much of Its old jus-tic flavor. The turn-out, however, was tremendous. William H. Cine, owner of Good Time Park, v here the event was held, said the crowd was probably the greatest in Han'- i htamrv at Goshei.. The lammed the gnu datan which seats about 6.000 crushed a-gainst the rails and used up al! a-vailable parking space inside the grounds and adjacent to the track. British Seize Hills Over Florence To Renew City Attack (Continued From Pare 1 ' nT-rvnTe on high ground south of Pontassieve. have driven ihe enemy from a number of important height." a communique from headuarters of Gen. Sir Henry Maitland Wilson said. Fighting raged in the Adriatic .ectnr of Ihe trans-peninsular bat-tlefront where Polish troops nf the F.lghth Army captured two Important hill features dominating high ground between the Miasa and Ce-sano rivers. Ple Repel Null Tk. i,.ie rtnelled several de termined Cerm.'in counter-attacks. Sporadic artillery duels and patrolling -re reported from the American Fifth Army front lu western Italy. Italian General Totente of the t'alrlot Carihaldi brigade was kill-id in a skirmish south or Florence vMIe his fortes were mopping UP 'tallan Fascist snipers. A Brill"h Maison officer by his side was wounded. A funeral for Ihe (iener- 1 will be held today. Planes nf the Tactical Air Force -inintalned attacks against airfields, bridges and other military 'argets in northern Italy. Yugosla-ia and over the battle area. Ik i Area Atmckerf D'-ring ihe nisht Allied bombers tttacked military objectives In the ' io'-eti area of Romania. In yesterday's daylight opera-inns, during which approximately 1.700 sorties were flown, md'ii "nrces of heavy bombers attacked n oil n finery at Almasfuezltoe. an -ssernbly plant at rivoer and air- fit Ids at vecsea and lotison in fo vVtel -Trie elAjABl-ercMiAi , (tx)R-r!Mes coppms if, iA , " ADPiXioA -fo fUe LAST -hW VeARS i) I9?3 AO 1936 S. Major League Scoreboard ..BASEBALL TODAY Probable pitchers: AMERICAN LE.VJVE St. Louis (Galehouse) at New York (Bonhaml. Detroit (Overniire) at Washington t.N'iggelingl (nightl. Cleveland (Harder) at Philadelphia t Black). Chicago (Grove I at Boston 0'-Neil ; . N ATION AL I,EAa E New York (Brewer) at Pittsburgh (Sewell). Boston (Barrett) at Cincinnati IWullnral llllehtl. Brooklyn (Chapman) at Chicago; (Passeau). riiil.-idelnhia (Canett or Ger heauser) at St. Louis (Lanier) (np-hrrr" " Starring P0PEYP TILLIE the TOILER SOtEBODV krAiiCCitv1V - - - - - - . fl HAVE II5TENEP TO THAT I I AIM I I ANTUm HLLCl lT ni- Secret OpentWe r-jw ISOOMKLOCOA HAIR - IPffcff BREADTH ' Thimble F r AMD LEFT OF- WAR r 75V r. 1 LJ lt-vj if H ' ' , U t JT S (IE . , ., m -.y,,- rutT teae uncle aw' ' if tmet kmipe in wis vali-EG iwrE's5 THap-'LL BEt -y HAggvfwKAT ZZI'n YOBS ( eOOT'. It. KKOW HIT TJ, & Fg 4WViV fM ' 'TZZ7 1 KfULL SPEED AtjEAP) It HOUR & AO MINIS. LATERj " m. yfrzMKMM - c el PAsol 'tukc kS3U1TOESI I KAWBE.l CAN GET THAT UUiFORM'STI LETCS QO ARE E ATI MS ME UP I WHITE SUIT A6AIM BEFORE THIS PRISONER SUIT THE K.5ET-H CLUB 7. - VICiTl A 3 "71 ..-si ik ' IVIUS IT OUI'"

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