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August 11, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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T Page Ccvca Friday, August It, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN RUN MAKER No Stand-in By Jack Gords Mounting Wave Of Strikes Hit Nation's Industry (Continued from page I) Small Margin Earnings smaller than in any other major manufacturing industry were reported for the meat packing industry in estimates made public by the American Meat institute. The industry obtained, after taxes, a net income of but 1.1 per cent on sales during 1943; the figure including income derived from investments and other sources as well as straight sales. More Duck A bulletin from Ducks Unlimited repeats its preliminary estimate, made last year, of a 1943 population of over 125 million ducks on the great Western Canadian breeding range, which is an increase of 28.7 per cent over 1942. Reports of 957 cooperating observers in the United States indicated that 30 states had more ducks than in 1942. Nine states were reported to have had fewer ducks. report said the order for the seizure of the lines already was written and would ho issued - as soon as plans had been perfected for government operation. ( Colorado, Oklahoma Join The strike, which began In eight central slates Monday, spread to the Rocky Mountain and southwestern WEBS slates when truckera and freight handlers In Colorado and Oklahoma joined the walkout. The army already was moving food to its Installments in Its own World Scries Berths Held By St. Louis Cards, Brown Look Like Contenders for Crown As I Browns Down Yanks; t Cooper Leads Card Win NEW YORK, N. V. If ynu In-tend to aee the world erle dnyed this year, you might Juki nt well make your rvaervatlonii fur HI. Louis now. . The Cardinal! have had IhHr nnn-nant In hand for some time and the Browns am rapidly rolling m t lu-lra. And, It Is 'a pleasure to nolc that the Browns aren't Ruing to hark Into their first classic. They aro stepping out and winning it on their own effort lut Yank Out They virtually put the Yanks out of the running by tukiiiit nnmher from the once haughty New Yorkers yesterday, ! to 0. - That was 111 straight for the Browns and they looked the part of champions as Denny Gatehouse bowled over Joe McCarthy's boys Inning after Inning without a sign of a break. He held them to six Mattered singles and It appeared as If he could have pitched for a week without fear of damage from the Yanks. Box Ixwe Hughson vehicles, and MaJ. Aleg Baxter of the Army Transportation Corps highway division said in Chicago that plans wore virtually complete to SW,KWAW.W.W.'.W.'.W.W.W.A W.V.-. ,;wr.:; -.v. W.V.V.V.V.V. W.W.W.VA WiWiW.W - -rr -J ! kVSi j .SUPERS'. y-J fr f.. -tteoe I itl begin moving vital war materials in army trucks. Seagram's OMTavlor Calvert's Four Roses Grandad Sehenleys Kentucky Tavern Raul Jones Federal Action "Any Moment" In Seattle, IT. S. Attorney Gener al Francis Blddle indicated tho government's Intentions of taking over 'at any moment." In Omaha, the Office of Defense Transportation was reported to be all set" to seize and operate lines of 200 trucking firms by Sunduy, "or possibly even Saturday." Army Blames Onerators Maj. Baxter blamed the growing piles of essential war goods at Omaha and Minneapolis on the operators CAESAR ROMERO, former motion picture actor and dancer, recently played a new role in a real life and death drama the Marine siege of Tlnian Island. Romero operated a winch that lowered landing barges over the side of a Navy landing craft, on which he was stationed. (International) rather than the strikers. He said operators refused to permit their trucks to leave the terminals, although the strikers have agreed to move war materials. , Of course,' the Red Mux am still fianulnw nn vrltnlv hill their tu.il n n II I I The Oklahoma and Colorado tie- hopes faded when Uncle Ham put the finger oa..'Tex Hughson who has won 18 games for them. Tex Is ups were described as "sympathy" walkouts. Operators estimated 3.000 men were idle in Oklahoma. Other states where truck shipping was par en by carriers must be transferred to another line before reaching their destinations. op tmb cues, Mt& Pik-img- oA A ctose. i?ac6 fise-me-AJATioJAu ueA&Lie-A-. alyzed included Iowa. Nebraska, In Fact We Offer You 25 Nationally Advertised Brands . . - At CEILING PRICES For the Month of August Imported Rums, Gins and Rrandies At Less Than Ceiling Rrice Any Rum, Gin or Brandy In Our Store At Cost Price To You! Remember - Never Above Ceiling Price At Our Store We Iieserve The Right To Limit Quantity Aiitonini Liquor Store 352 S. Main St. CLINTON, IND. I'hone 125 Vlinnnesota, Missouri, Kansas, the Dakotas, and northwestern Gasoline 'and being rushed to OMAHA, Neb. tractor fuel was Boston 2, Cincinnati 0 (night). St. Louis 2, Philadelphia (night). The men originally walked out in protest over refusal of the opera tors to comply with a War Labor Board order for a seven-cent an hour wage Increase. Nebraska's hard-pressed rural areas today following resumption of operations by Omaha oil transport lines which had been idle almost four days. Transport operators agreed to return their non-union drivers to work, after a conference with V. J. Hons, Omaha district manager of tho Office of Defense OIT Ready for Action .Mi:lll-.X I.KAGl'K Cluhs Won Lost St. Louis 64 42 Bast on 57 4S Detroit 55 &l New York f3 50 M. M. Krupinsky, chairman of Pet. .GO 4 .6 i.l .518 .515 .4!U .476 the Nebraska operators' organiza Cleveland 6.1 66 Chicago 50 65 Philadelphia 47 1.1 tion, said the OUT was prepared to tako over the truck lines on Sunday. He added the army already had begun unloading some war supplies tied up at Omaha dorks with Intention oi shipping the material by train. TOMOKItOW'H GAMKS NATIONAL l.K.Vil'K Philadelphia at St. Louis (night). Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at Pittsburg. Boston at Cincinnati. AM 10 KB 'AN LKAIJl'K Detroit at Washington (night). Cleveland at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Boston. 1 m Carry Division Approximately 67 passenger and mixed trains are required to move a division when all impedimenta go along. .419 I changing -bis- baseball uniform for one of Uncle Sam's snappy nynbers. The Red Box got another nice effort from Enimett O'Neill and handed tha White Sux their second straight set-hack, 2-1. despite a dazzling triple play pulled off by the Chicagoans. The Tigers moved up a notch on the strength of Dick Wakefield's hitting and Paul Trout's pitching. Dick hit a homer to tie the score and then scored the run that beat the Senators In the loth, 3-2. It was Trout's 18th victory. Indian's Heat Athletes The Indians heat the Athletics In the ninth on Myril lloag's single. The score wag 5-4. It was the same story In St. I. mil" where Mort Cooper's pitching plus George Kurowskl's hlttiing gave the Redhirds a 2-0 verdict against the Phils. Cooper held the Phils to four hits and Kurowskl won the game with a two-run homer off Al Ger-heauser. v The Wrates had another field day at the expeima of the Giants whom they walloped 10 to 4. Frank Col-man hit not one, but 'two homeraj for the "Pirates. Dodgers Win Again The Dodgers again shocked themselves a little and the Cubs a great deal more by taking another Washington 44 CI ION l. ,Man Won l.osl Pet. Cluhs OUT officials said that not only Warm Motor In cold weather, be sure to warm the washing machine motor by bringing the machine into a warm room at least an hour before using, or place hot water in tub before 33 St. l-ollls 74 il Cincinnati 65 45 were 10 states affected by the walkout, hut that surrounding slates also were hit. It was explained that approximately half of the loads lak- 64 Pltlnliurgli I starting to wash. York 60 Ne .615 .4X1 .474 . 4 L' 1; .4114 .38 m- " r 41! 4:i 42 3a Chicago Boston Brooklyn Philadelphia --- AMKIIHW A.SHI M I VI II' Clubs Won L".l Pt- Tuv I" TAKE WER UP TOW fuP PERISCOPE Y OBSERVER TO PILOK THEVS "m '. m (BmKttisTKMm PlSCOPgLEVELl foTsi MOUMT.NSS AHEAP AT TEN OtLOgg V . - ir-pr OKAV SIR-UP l&BHGUPPEDW Iff WELL, BLESS iVYV SOULl ALREAOVl :. (INDEED? IT SEEMS QUITE) ) TO PERISCOPE LEVEL - r-'XZ:- 111 HAVE A QUARTER AFTER TEN pDP Jf lg Mllwuakee 79 Toledo 70 Unilsulle 711 Ciliinilms 37 .GS1 47 .!.8 411 .liOS t.2 .652 .I .515 71 from Chicago, 6 to 4. This time tney . . . . . ... v...r r.... si. I'lllll - naa to travel iu iieau uemiu iuw- 11, i..i .hi. ii.o !, Minniiipolls .- llllliil tlllM.lH - 3 liU Kansas I lly K" ia Thimble Theatre Major League loaded brought home the bacon. And the Reds fell down on their manager Bill McKechnle. who Just had his contract renewed for two years, by losing to the Braves, 2 to 0. Bucky Walters pitched a nice game for the Reds but the Reds could get only two hits off Charley Barrett and that wasn't nearly enough. a Scoreboard I in I (AVJ. PIPE POU)N, iF3v3 Ihalf-left rupperI Li fear i shall li f Starring Our0GSt ZSLm f k He L Ji lOE ujillbetmru Two Basketball Coaches A a , VTHE MOUNTINGS Changed in State Schools IW;II.I, TollAV 1'robable pin-hern: AMi itii u:.h: St. Uiuls Uukurkli mi Sew Vmk (Donald I. Di linit t Trout I ol Wiihlm-I (Leonard) might). fleveluud (lluldill nl I'lilliol'l-i.liln ( hrlKliiplier) liililiH o i 11 f i t IN A ffl NNIT , INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The pre k&Ty JzL&4m Wmm mm Izrrym popeye jmm3 mvmm im; h i school opening shift of basketball coaches still was in progress today. Bicknell high school officials announced that Harold L. Godwin, of Washington, former head coach at I Cblcngo (lliiinplilii-M ill ll"l' i (Tern I. Princeton High School, Is to coach , UlckneU'a hardwood squad this sea-1 son. Oodwln also had taught at Helmsburg and Smithville after being graduated from Wasbingion ' High School In 1935 and Indiana j VVIHlVtl, I I H'l New York I Keldlii.ni i al I'lllu burgh I Sll Ineei leh i mil Ml Hrookljn (('hiipniiiiii i riiiniru (Fleming I. Huston I AndiiuM l nii"i"li Mil Nap-pane High School h"'" , ,,,,,,,,,.,. I Si tuinr. t Hi hi .A J 1. a. m Art hi e I.' ill II 1 II ftflUffl 1 (lllglll I. after Robert Ervin. mentor for the past two years, resigned to seek an other coaching position. I If pecK t V I IcSREAT SCOTT! t'ME GOT TO I ! NOW IF I CAN (SET AWAY r- r r t r r iv mimi.i irN v .JAM EEEK! so help tilue, evten f i h VKKTKIIIiAV'M Itl xl I.Trf AMI It" A 1.1 St. !oul . New York " Cleveland fi. Philadelphia 4. lloKton 2. fhlisgo I. Detroit 3. WmkIiIiikkoi t mil-lit I N TH tl 1.1 Pitthbiugll 1, New Vmk 4 lrnukln e, ( l.le.'l 4 I" " nlngsl. YOU STaV here tS'ES.ICAN'-n , .r I I 1 I inm, I 6ET 2HOT! I Y BE SEEM AND WE'LL BRIN Dr. G. R. 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