The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on August 28, 1944 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, August 28, 1944
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THE DA ILT CLINT0N1SN Monday, August 28, 19 44. "NAZI PILOT, SCARED, BAILS OUT 1 Escaped Prisoner, Army Deserter Held in Capital INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. An escaped prisoner from the Indiana Reformatory at Pendleton and a suspected army deserter were being held under high bond today on vagrancy charges in the Marion county Jail alter their capture by detective squads in Indianapolis. Yank Columns Drive 90 Miles Past Marseilles (Continued from pass II If newly occupied iiorta and coaBtal sectors. I'nils of the Allied navies are continuing to support both flanks of the Iliviera drive. Toulon has been completely liberated after a week of bloody fighting, but the Germans still bold positions froiu which thc-y can prevent Allien from using the bady dam RETURNING VET - 7 " By Iack rds l -JilVt 'r AL Pennant Race Tight; Sox Come Up Browns Maintain Lead, Beat Back Surging Ital Sox, Tigers, Yankees; Cards Drop to Pirate NEW YORK. X. T. The Boston Red Sox are back in the American League iM-liiiaiit rare and, even without pitcher Te itughson. are a actor to be reckoned with. Only one percentage point separates the ted Sox and fighting Detroit Tigers in tWd place, both teams only baif a game behind the second place New York Yankees and four games to the rear of the leading St- Louis Browns. The lied Sox yesterday pushed themselves back into the thick of t?ie hottest fight the American League has seen in years witb two wins over the Philadelphia Athletics, g to 6 and 7 to A's Conk Bowman The A's knocked Joe Bowman out of the bos with a four-run rally in the Eighth of the opener, but were They are Waller Mcnges, 26, who escaped from the Reformatory July !, and John Clyde Harper. 25. of San Anloiilo. Tex., whom police believe to be an army deserter. Their capture followed a chase by detectives and a struggle in which Dr. Lex Arnett, an Indianapolis dentist, prevented Harper from escaping through a window of Ills apartment Into which the men darted to avoid apprehension. Menges was seised on the street when be attempted to leave the building. Menges had escaped from the Reformatory where he was serving a 10-25 year term for the robbery of a liquor Btore. He was convicted in Indianapolis March 27. 19117. Menges was carrying a knife and a revolver while Harper was armed witb an automatic pistol. aged harbor, which is cluttered with sunken vessels. The Nazis are still holding out in the three-mile long St. Maiidrier peninsula, guarding the entrance to Toulon harbor, from which positions tbey can still pour shells Into Allied positions as well as the harbor area itself. It Is estimated that American forces hauling in the Moulelimar area inflicted some 15.000 casualties on the battered remnants of the Nazi 19th army attempting to withdraw northward through the Rhone valley. Particularly chewed up were the 11th Panzer and 196th Infantry Di-viainnR whurh reinforced scattered Dr. G. R. f'.cGUIRE CH1BOPKACTOE X-Baf 2X5Vt Blackmxui (i4 'a . XLsLJi ATTACKED by a U. 8. Army Eight Air Force fighter, this Nazi plana wing, on without its pilot, who has just balled out. bis paraehuU not yet opened. Although his plans seems to be unharmed, hits cored by the American must haoe unnerved blm. aaturing feln ta elements of- three other Nazi divi LADY NEARLY CHOKED i WKJLE LYING IN BED- tump. United waxes jumw mmm - sions in the Riviera sector. !. Two Wvisioaw Oat Down J j ' The better part of the German 242nd and 244th Divisions were lost at Marseille and Toulon. ' .' DUE TO STOMACH GAS Quad Boys Bom to Wife Of Georgia Army Private on March 31, 1.943 with "the 81st Armored Division, as a tank driver. After bis recovery be participated In According to Allied headquarters, c.ATKRRvn.LR. fia. . Physicians four divisions of the Nazi 19tb army may be-eonsidered to have been if ffn A-icrfo&HMirt had high hopes today that all the quadruplet boys born to Mrs. Char One lady said a few days ago Jat she used b ' " at aitjlu. h sv.ollej 4M "uuu- ailuuvK li.o( wVOTte the fighting on the auzio uetwm-Mr. and Mrs; Rigsby another son. Pvt. Abraham Rigsby, in the IT. S. Army, now stationed in knocked out of the fight. les E. Lee, 22, wife or uanip mauo- mVilXAtmi,, Oj'AIJ.PtAiiT' ing. Fla., army private, would live. whence went to bed. and gas All aniieareil bealty and all, set up lusty cries soon after their birth last night at Hail County Memorial Hospital. Each weighed about three pounds. The first was born at 6 p. .., ori the fourth at 6:59 p. m. Brother ofRosedale Woman Honor Guard For King of England Cpl. Howard L. Rigsby, Paris. 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rigsby, and brother of Mrs. Sherman Koitz route one. Rosedale, was CIIS Basketball Coach at 3-Day Logansport Meet The babies were put in an incuba Harry Feldman was the first game winner and Johnny Allen took the second win. The BoBton Braves and Philadelphia Phillies split, the Phillies winning the first eontest, 8 to 5, and the Braves the nightcap, S to 4 in ten innings. Dick Barrett was credited with the opening win and Al Ja- would rise sn In uer wirw slse toy dova and "'J choke ber. " couUln't lie flat. Had to prop herself up lIU- ceutly this tody KUIt-HEIJ- and now say. Bs k. gone. Uiuaeh toek. flue, bowel are regular and she can go to led and sleep soundly. KKB-HELP contains 12 Jreat Herbs: iey cleanse bowels, clear ea from stomach, act on slagglnh liver and kidneys. Miserable people sooa feel different all aver. Ito don't go on suffering: O KKB-HELF. White's Rexall) Pharmacy Drug fctore. tor. The Red cross Immediately sought permission for Pvt. Lee to return home on furlough to see the whole Robert Burton, Clinton High Robert Burton, Clinton High one Q an h(mor guard School basketball mentor, is attend-, . Enland ourmg for King George of England during the Ennlish king's recent inspection Burma Veteran Named New Commander at Stout Field INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Brig. Gen. William D. Old, Burma campaign veteran who has completed more than 90 combat missions, today holds the post of commanding general of the First Troop Carrier Command. Army Air Forces, with headquarters at Stout Field. His appointment to succeed Brig. Gen. Frederick W. Evans was announced yesterday by the War Department In a statement which said that Evans, commanding officer sinee Oct. 4. 1943, bad been given a new but undisclosed assignment. Gen. Old returned last June from h fhinu- Rurma- India theater. stopped cold By Clem nausman. Don Black and Jonas Berry were rapped for 12 hits and seven runt in the first four frames. George Woods was credited with the nightcap win, although manager Joe Cronin played a prominent part. Cronin, coaching at third in the sixth, called Kuss HriEtopher"s slants in a Toice beard clear up In the stands, witb the result' that six, straight Sox players jeacbe.a ..base safely.. . iMH-B -HuulJher Tie n,.U- looked as it the Browns were uiue to-iall to pieces when they Jost the -opener to the Tigers. 5 to 3, but they recovered to see the Tig- ' ers burst at the seams in a 17 to 2 onslaught. Hal Newhouser chalked up his 2lBt triumph in the opener as bis mates rallied witb four runs in the sixth. The largest local crowd of the season, 3.1453. then saw the Browns score six times in both the second and third innings of the afterpiece. Nelson Potter went the route while bis club-mates worked over five Detroit hurlers. The Yankees lost another chance to weaken the Brownies' position when they split with the Washington (Senators, the Yanks winning the lirst, 4 to t, but dropping the second, 6 to 4. Walter Dubiel held the Senators to eight hits in the opener, and was assisted, by five Washington errors which gave Mickey Haefner a loss. A single by Joey Kuhel in the ninth of the nightcap gave Alex Carrasquel the triumph. - iadians Tabs Two The Cleveland Indians look "both ends tf a twin bill from the' Chicago Whilflk Hex; 4 to 3 and 1 to 0. Jim Bagby-'was credited with the .opening win although he neede4 Uie relief job of Joe Heving. who appeared in the ninth. Steve Cromek was given the nightcap win on a, homer by Roy Cullenbine in the ninth inning. In the National League, the. all-Mrfni ct I .nil in Cards were con sale additions to his family. The Lees already had a three-year-old very was charged with the loss. Ja- trin to Italy, according to a letter very, however, came back to win the nightcap when he relieved daughter. Phvuicians said It was rare for received by the parents recently . in recent newspapers and news- Woody Rich in the fourth and went quadruplets to be all boys. on to win on a single by Whitey reel pictures of the king on the oc lug a three-day basketball clinic in Logansport, Ind. this week. Burton is aiso assistant football coach with L. B. McCool. This year's grid team is being rapidly whipped into shape by the two coaches at the close of the first week of practise. Nightly practise is carried out at the Sportland Park field. Wietelman in the tenth. casion of his Italian trip, appears the corporal Jlkeness,. the parents GET A RAILROAD JOS! said. ! ' " ' TO THE FIGHTING FBONTS or iHt " Major League Scoreboard Skilled, Semi-Skilled & Unskilled Workerg Needed where he was commander of the provisional troop carrier command. He is the winner of the Silver Star. Dis-fineiiiKhed Firing Cross with Oak Celery Top Celery tops may be chopped fine and put into a meat or a salmon inf tn ovm -it u nimimt flavtir. SaiM Cororal Rigsby writes. "The. king and his large guard of soldiers in formation and all dressed alike was an impressive eight. It makes army life attractive to wimess such a sight. There are many nurses and WACs here and 4he lalu?r sure know how to give a eonimasd. I fel as though I soon will be coming home." Rigsby has beai overseas two and one-half years and has been in service since, Apri'. 1941. He was wounded in North Africa - oooks like to lay celery leaves on UAKKRALL TODAY Probable pitcbess: AI:WCA LKAUTK H,uu,.n (Terrxi at New Must Comply Wltn wmu neguuiuou . See Mr R. O. Dettman, Representative U S RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD Ration Board Office Every Tuesday Clinton, Ind. 9 to 11:30 A. M. York Leaf Cluster, the Air Medal, the British Distinguished Service order, and the Southern Cross of Brazil with which he was decorated for his participation In the Army Air Forces goodwill flight to Rio de Janeiro in November! 1939. top ox a roast wnue Ji is coosuig. The tops may also be cooked with the stalks for soup. Tops may 1m kept for later use by washing then! thoroughly, then drying and putting llllBBBBaiaaxeaaxwaassBBaaxjajBaxeajaWB fBonbam - s 5 ' DUieT clubs inot scheduledlA NATIONAL LKAGl'E Pittsburgh (Iiulcberj at Chicago (Passeaui. Cincinnati (Gumbert) at St. Lou UfIll ill LM'I is (Jurisichi (night). (Other clubs not scheduled). siderably abashed after being beat yEKTKKDAY'S BBWHH AMKKH'XK IiC4l'K Mew York 4. Washington 2 (1st). en by the Pittsburgh Pirates in ine opener, 14 to 6. then being held to a 1-1 tie in a nightcap called after ten innings because of darkness. The Pirates amassed 1 hits and u -m-ftiku in the first game. pssS Hl T&TSZJss&n it?Jm CxvIAllIO , r W 7 VI IT S G0S TO VsH6RIBr! AEST TOCT W I SHOULt) TAKE JKkW : YSCOE VV.L H . , . ,. , harry mfz m 1 n.nni it all with six unearned runs in the second. Kred Oslermuel-ler and Harry Brecheen looked in a pitchers' duel in the afterpieee. stodger Bumped Twice Th. Rrraklvn Dodgers took it on Washington 5, New York 4 (2nd). Detroit S, St, Louis 3 (1st). St. Louis 17, Detroit 2 (2nd). Cleveland 4. Chicago 3 (1st). Cleveland 1. Chicago 0 (2nd). Boston X. Philadelphia 5 (1st). Boston 7. Philadelphia 2 (2nd). NATIONAL I.KAGIK New York 8. Brooklyn 1 (1st). New York 4. Brooklyn 2 (2nd I. Pittsburgh 14, SL Louis 6 (1st). Pittsburgh 1. St. Louis 1 iiui. 10 innings, darkness). Philadelphia 8. Boston 5 (1st). Boston 5, Philadelphia 4 (2nd, IK innings). Cincinnati at Chicago (2) (wet grounds). the Jaw twice as the New York Gi ants romped away, 8 to i ana m 2. Manager Mel Ott Reached Curt Dans for two homers in the open-r and Nap Keyes hit Tom Sunkel (or a Uiree-ruD triple in the first of y4e mgmcap iu ; " - o -,; :zr gunsmith AU kiads arf CMias tUiiwired Arlie Pender HillMlale, lad. TMOKIMWt V.AMKH ,. KATIOXAL l.KAt.lE . Pittsburgh at Chicago. New Vork at Boston. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Bt. Louis (night). AMERICAN LEAOl'E Chicago at Detroit. Bt. Louis at Cleveland f night). Washington a t Philadelphia Meant iwvw. who had Mam ustewing m om th wire tap. nemtuu Moll LET f'ftUOOLF? HI'S thcmad' f thTyou will I I j WAIT FOR UJ5 I I I AKRtVAL?? J VEAH, 1 THJ. YOU THEY'VE GRA5KP Of OOK 5F Y5Ttn A NO UIVL VAWT TM MlAtUftf Or TOwTUMMM ( WE'LL K READV ) Iforvou. KWIM- J WANZ JUST StMT WORD RUDOLF & l THE PRISONER W-W U WffM MfOTOLO W WHAT MS KN&vVB OUuOLf UAU.V KaKMNt MOW TO WrOM tUH (night). Boston at New York. DAM HE b AT THt DLANU 1 1M G01T'T WOLf-WEU (WANT OF 5QUA0S m i r , a . I AM UOUX.'. 1 'fesTT HI lUcJJi I m ). " Miiwi- Pi BIRDS UVCK A COUPLE aii;kI(-a iJ-:t-iE Clubs Won Lost Pet. St Louis 7 64 New York 63 66 .J"' Detroit 65 T .533 Boston 6 68 .632 Cleveland 60 66 .476 Philadelphia 60 67 .472 Chicago 57 66 .463 Washington 52 71 .423 r. IP 1 I I i-rrrf -mi ii i I II i I r Mr..,-r rrAir. CtltT nt TfMtU ARP TWO SOAD I ca M a J. ' UC'S TUP HEAD OF THE DAN DUNN Secret Operative 48 i:wiK NATIONAL "AH I TWMK THAT IS l r AMD OUB WW. I CARS rlLLED WITH PlA.ltt -wn n iitn v Won Lost I vt. Clubs WWW NNU WUU I U0Otf 9M0UL0 K M SPY RIW6 THERE ft A JAGGED EDGE OM THIS OLD ROM GEE5TEAO SOMEHOW I'VE COT TO GET LOOSE C9I1M TUm U V MS CAR MOW - SEE JUST COMMG OVER THE HILL ICBE M THIS TIME CtHOAL-fELLOWS-STtP IT UP THEM K. INTKOOOCED TO THE FINER ARTS Of mtw aeoep PUWWMEW-BOMT W0RRV RUOOLf WILL BE KEfiE ANY hi THAT RUDOLF IS HAV5E.F I CAM ufe.T fTHE aiFOHMATION HAMZ 5NT U5 b CAN . ONE ARM FRffc-i i I w PAIT9 m KWUBU WTWt OT TO REACH THE MAM rVEBEEM r " Wm UNTIE WSOF- CORRECT SEARCH FOR St. Louis 3" -748 Pittsburgh 70 , 47 -MS Cincinnati 67 49 .678 New York - 56 66 -45S Chicago 51 64 .443 Philadelphia 48 70 .4117 Hoston 49 73 .4H2 Brooklyn 46 77 .37-1 MM M K MURRY .' MaWTE MOW l: V n t w m AMERICAN A5MM1ATIOX Clubs Won Lost Pet DATB-ERIE5 Ko asore waiting for days to get our battery back we do the job QUICKLY, carefully . . . frrve just the right aaramit of eaarire . . no more, no less. Come in for this fast, low-coat service today; drive out on a battery that's xarin' to go. JOE CIACOLETTO NINTH & BOGART MGBILGAS STATION - xVJf M W T aukee 'J Mil rat WW h 43 51 51 61 6" .61 j .611 .551 ! .531 ! Toledo 83 Louisville 80 Columbus 75 Bt. Paul 6S Indianapolis 49 mm Minneapolis 47 S3 .356 1 IS ! 1211 Kansas t'liv

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