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THE DAILY CLINTON. AN Page Seven Thursday, September 7, 1944. rByJack;'S6rds RESIGNED w rct"s"" Pi May Highlight '!-. f,' Reedy, were In the Kearney home when the prowler's visit took place before dawn the oilier morning. Mrs. Kearney said she was awakened by the nauseating fumes and had difficulty in moving her limbs scoreooara Allied Parley (Conlinuoil fiom pane 1) "1 "Tff Item i ' l. itAsF.im.r, Ton.tr I'rnunhlo pitchers: A.tlKliK.tN I.K.Mil'K St. Louis (rialchdiisi'i at I'liiraKo (PIHrk-li) (iiiKliW. governments are understood to hi; in eniuplete agreement that the unconditional surrender of (iermuny will be accepted oply from (he (ier-man general staff or a high rank as they seemed uartially paralyzed. Sce4 Mali Running She staggered to the window, however, and saw the man running across the lawn. Mrs. (ieorge Itiiler. who lives with three small children, told police of a similar experience, the same night, but said she did not see the prowler. All the victims gave a similar description of the odor and effects of the gas. Cli'Vi'laiul (Smith) at lli'lmlt Farmers to Submit Seeds Samples for Purdue Tests Farmers generally are not awire that maximum OTA ceiling prices for red clover, alfalfa, sweet clover and timothy seeds may he obtained only If seed has been tested anil labeled, J. Walter Suillh. Indiana District tll'A i'rico Specialist, declared Wednesday. Working in close cooperation with the I'urdue diversity seed labora-lory, he suggested use of the free testing facilities there In determine quality of seed. Mr. Smith added that, when this Information is known, it may be sent to him along with the proposed method of marketing and his office then will establish a ceiling price for that particular lot. The OI'A official further suggested that farmers submit their samples to the I'urdue laboratory as soon is possible, adding that to do so later may result in delay in testing and establishing a celling price. ing military leader who is considered to represent the Cermau army rnlher than the Nazis or any politi Yanks Point For Pennant, View Tigers Detroit Squad the Team To Beat, Yanks Decide; ""Browns Can Deadlock AL Race With Victory Today NEW YORK. N. Y. While thoy'vo made no public pronouncement on the matter, people up Yankee stadium way Hcrretly, silently expect the Bronz Bombers to win (he American League pennant. But today thny looked in the direction of Detroit and crossed their fingers. TIrci-h (lip Team to Heat Ed Barrow, major domo of the Yanks' front office, openly admits the Tigers are the team to beat. The Irish-flying Detroit pang edged a notch closer to the leaders with a 3 to 2 triumph over the Chicago I (Trout). Otll'TB Clllbs llOl Hcheilltleil. X.iTIOX.tl. I.E.Uil K (All niKlit Barnes). Hoston (Javery) at New fork (Voiselle). Brooklyn (HerrlnB) at IMilluihl-pliia (Kennedy). PlttsburKh (Ostermueller) at Cincinnati (Konstanty). ChlcaKO (Fleming) at St. Louis (Schmdlt). St. Bern ice Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hlue of Ten-c cal group. Heveiitll tt'nr-tline Meeting Although the surrender of Cerma-ny may turn out to he the highlight of the next Roosevelt-Churchill conference, diplomatic observers believe the meeting was originally summoned to formulate the final strategic plan of operations against Japan. Tlie coining conference between the President and Churchill will he their seventh war-time meeting. The last time they met was at the Teher YESTKRDAV'S HESI'l.TS AMKItU'AX I.K.t;lK Detroit 3, ChlcaKO 2. (Other clubs not scheduled). NATIONAL I.EAOIE (Xo games scheduled). an conference with Soviet Marshal Joseph Stalin fn November 1943. Haute, and their son I'fc. James Richard Hlue of Camp Ituckcr, Ala. accompanied by Miss Hilda Anderson of West Terre Haute were guests of relatives here Sunday. Mrs. John Crimes and daughter. Mrs. Katherine Duckner. Peggy Buckner. Jaclaie Parker and Mrs. A. R. Follz spent Thursday in Terre Haute. Earl Davis, who has been in the service In Italy, enjoyed a 22 day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis. He has been transferred to a base in Miami, Ela. J. C. Davis, Jr. has been transferred to a f COURT NEWS T Judge Albert R. Owens in the Superior Court of Vigo County granted a divorce to Vera Mae Hart from William J. Hart, with her former name, Black, restored. The divorce was granted on the grounds TOMORROW'S (JAMES NATIONAL I.E.Uil'E (No games scheduled). AMERICAN l,EA(il'E St. Louis at Chicago. Philadelphia at W a s h i n g t on (night). Mattoon, III., in Panic As "Mad Anesthetist" Stalks Town, Hits 13 A jr , - - ceolid FiRS-f BBCArte- AIAGeft iiJi935 Foe A ' White Sox last night In the lone major league contest on schedule. The Tigers grabbed a two-run lead over the Sox' John Humphries, and added the clincher tally fn the third. Chicago scored single markers In the second and third, but collected eight hits off Rufe Gentry In comparison to seven Humphries allowed Detroit. Brown h, Tiger in Action With the Yankees idle again today while both St. Louis and the terrific Tigers engage in games that of cruel and inhuman treatment. R0POBfgD VgAISL camp in Miami. Ela. and was home from Camp Stewart. Ga. Daniel Shuey, who enjoyed a fur- (Contlnoerl p Mn Png I) -W PiUrrop-rtfeeosicvJ Purdue University Sets Sept. 22 as Swine Day Visitors attending the 24th annual I'urdue Swine Day to bo held was the first to arrive on the scene. Ioub'1 hPre w"" nlB mother, has The FBI promised to send men I been transferred to Camp Lee, Va. J trained In chemistry to help Identify ' wh,'B "e ' attending officers train- ine school Friday. Sept. 22, will be welcomed the gas used to overcome the towns- Mr an1 M i-a Ivan Miinra anH lit. I GUNSMITH All Kinds of Guns Repaired Arlie Pender ' Hillsdale, Ind. may bring the American League j ciltura departments at Purdue, who Mayor Richardson announced he ' T "au'?r sPaenn' will preside at the meeting. was calling a special session of the I Sunday w .th her t-J- nd Groups will start between 9 and town council to vote a reward for Mr.. Paul Botner and family. Standings A M KKH '.I X A.SSOt I ATIOX 10 a. m. for an insnection tour of the capture of the terrorist. He ad- the I'urdue experimental swine farm. ! milted he was skeptical of the sto- thouKh nioBt are small, Larson may be shifted to quarterback to releive the tension. At rlKht half, Stanbury Pearce shows a lot of punch, and at quarterback Ramon Reck and tilll Aspy seem to have the call unless Reck s practice injury keeps him on the sidelines. Everything considered, Drown concludes, this is a team which may come along well, or may come apart at the seams without warning. Clubs Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee. 9S 47 .676 Toledo 92 66 .622 Louisville 83 69 .685 St. I'aul 79 63 .566 Columbus 80 67 .544 Indianapolis 57 US .393 Minneapolis 61 93 .354 Kansas City 38 105 .266 ICE REFRIGERATION IS BEST BECAUSE: It's the Most Economical Way to Keep Foods Fresh! chase closer to a dead heat, there was little wonder that, the Bronx brigade took note of the situation. The Tigers, who chinned themselves just off the cellar deck since July 10, square off today with Cleveland. The Brownies tackle Chicago. IftroHiiH i a,n lealliM-k Race A victory for St. Louis over the Sox. in their night contest in Chicago, would deadlock the league lead insofar as the Yanks, who polished off the Camp Shanks army club, 14-1. fn an exhibition game yesterday, have a holiday. The Tigers, of course, could There visiting Indiana farmers will ries told by the first victims, but see the hogs on test and make direct said he now was convinced the town comparisons between lots. A feeding of 15.000 is menaced by a gas spray-test with seven lots of hogs, now ing lunatic, nearing completion, will show some 'Mania; tm Iahpsp" of the possibilities of limiting the Roscoe Van Scyoc, a cab driver protein supplement for hogs fed on whose family was one of the first good pasture. j attacked by the "mad anesthetist." At the afternoon program, to be t reflected the fears of residents when held in the livestock judging pavil-'ne deelared: lion on the university farm. C. M. I "There's a maniac on the loose. Vestal, in charge of experimental There's no telling where he ll strike THE Modern lea refrigerator Is be NATIONAL LE.l;i'K PfcNickHornackv Wounded in Action In Southern France autiful In appearance and Is, in many ways, superior to any other refrigerator in efficiency. A cake of ice lasts 4 to 6 days. The original cost is very low when compared with others. It never wears hog feeding at I'urdue, will report nPxt. He doesn't seem to be after on the results of the test. A talk on neonle s money, as he hasn't at- "The Hog Industry and World War tempted to get inlo any of the nous-Two," by Pcott Meiks. manager of " I Clubs Won Lost Pet. I St. Louis 93 35 .727 IMttsburch 76 61 .598 Cincinnati 69 60 .552 Chicago 58 67 .464 New York 59 71 .454 Hoston 54 77 .412 Krooklyn 53 78 .405 Philadelphia 60 77 .394 (Continued from pace 1) the Indianapolis Producer's Commis out or breaks down. No wonder more and more people are The night prowler's usual has been to spray the gas, de turning to ice. nudge in behind the Yanks hy only one game if Detroit takes the Indians. (VSIar IHvHUt play Far as bearing on the pennant race. National League games for the day were of little consequence, except for the trio of cellar dwellers Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Boston. For your information, however, the league leading St. Louis Cardin sion Association, will be featured. Partners who would like to attend should contact, M. J. Peterson, Vcrmillfon County Agricultural Agent. States Navy on Ic. 7, 1941 and has nfVfr bfvn honii! on leave since hiB enlistment- He received hoot training at Great Lakes, 111. and was sent directly to the South I'acific. It J scribed as being "siekish sweet fumes." through the screen of an open bedroom window. Wean Skull Cap Mrs. Ilert Kearney, who made one AMERICAN I.K.MH'E Come In. See the Refrigerator. Let Is Prove That It is Best! Clubs New York Watering Lawn nf the earlv renorts to the polite. Early morning is the best time to 1 eaui-ht a elinuwe of the prowler als meet Chicago at night in Sports- St, Louis water a lawn. A thorough watering (through a window and described him I'fc. Robert Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Montgomery. Kairview, has b?en wounded fn action somewhere in Italy and has been awarded the I'urple Heart, ac Won Lost Pet. . 74 59 .556 . 73 59 .553 . 72 60 .545 . 71 62 .534 61 69 ..481 6 ' 7! .467- 60 72 .455 . 66 79 .410 is best, as it promotes deep, j as -tan, thin, dressed in black, and I man s Park, Boston plays at New York, Pittsburgh invades Cincinnati and Brooklyn appears 'at Philadelphia. CLINTON ICE CO. cording to word received by the par !hUad.)lilifci in-o.i,,, iu vumiBi iu uie sudi- , ...jri,,,: a black skull cap." low root systems .at grass that is JIrl(. Kearnev. her daughter. Dor- lightly sprinkled every night. ot,,y 3 an0 ner slpteri MrB. Edgar ents recently. "4 Beginner Start First Grade in 3 Citv Schools (Continued np- oage 1 ) Phil Brown Takes Over State Team For 1941 Season Coach Phil Brown, the Rose Polytechnic Institute mentfr. tahfl over th 1 54 4 Sycamore squad an the two instiutiong bury the athletic hatchet banished by alumni and under-rads for many years, Ros was forced to Kive up football in '43. and with Indiana States coachine berth open during Major Wally Marks' service with t'e Army Air Forces, Brown was free to fill in the coaching duties while still continuing his Yme heap as shot. A fptouX 'nJ wjum asent callem !iM IV. f curses. Tuese aborigine Rv 7l - J PlOUX It lVfrom Washington! J o"vetl hilvard bmugs come mere bj osh! I , V peap-ns vent saww vy f-J v , t Tg rese ik-?-- CuTV'Tr TO SMOKE PIPE C PEACE fyi-,-- 'A ftRSEON INIl-Jt- J, l ) A f IWA BREADTH pWf fM TH0S BUBN5 A5E MOT . - 1 t"j4VBBMBWFT I WANT V00 TO GV CM PklVjkjLK I & ViAiF HOUR LATER, IN RU0OLF5 CUL. DAN WATOC3 FROM HIS GVUR". SEU'OUS, DAMVOU'LL THAT'S r y . if yf 200 CC S M A FEW SHOTS OF IT R6HT AWAY 1 1 ALRtADY Trie SCOPOLAMINE Oi? TRUTH SERJM. HAS 5TASTE0 TO WORK r i XT BE ASL T0 ALK IM I ' jr weTHi! ftj of rr why ? m tell him its regular jail II T v . II All AftOUT TWO AEEKS I I LITT XJR V0U faW r 3 PROCEDURE A HALF H0LR AFTER Rj 4 YOU MEAM TO SIT 0E3E AN' I HO. RUDOLF, I AM JUST GCU6 r 3 I"' f WY J Vt THE F.RST SHOT I'LL CO INTO HIS If TELL ME I AM NOD 60ING TO TO TALK TO YOU AiD YOU ARE n. -f , ' ' MVii H YOUR - C I CLL WITH HIM.' If 4j BE bEASEM'? HAW-HAW--F0R GOING TO TALK TO ME AFTER P j IT? J t j ' SUPS I VILL TELL YOU THE DOCTOR GIVES YOU YOUR Fh III I VN fApK 'T 1 jg XluODClWG AbOUT MYSELF I NEXT 5K0T-HE LL BE HERE f Barbara Jo Beno. Henrietta Her-totti, Laura Lee Carver, Barbara Kay Depetro, Marshall Don Carino, Jerry Gene Krasek. Linda Lou Lark, Dorothy Jane Lfnberp, Peter Marietta, Ronald Gene Miller-Harold Wdi, Monce. Richard Ku-gene Morris, Barbara Ann N'orkus, Mary Ann Poenant, Buirley Ann PolHtes. Nelda June Searing. Janice Louise Searing, Theresa Ann Stari- lia. Ida Ellen Thomas, Reverda De-Jore? Tucker. William Witauk-mi, Betty Lou WLite. instructional duties with the Army reserves at Rose. Brown is a Butl-r University irrad. joining the Rose Poly staff in 1528. His last two seasons there were hiprliHehied by an undefeated ! 1141 record and one Iocs in 1542 wliffi the team boasted Eddie Mc- Oovern. th- nation's lead in ff scorer. I I The appointment marks the first MONUMENTS 0 A Comnletv Line 0 Fr S-rvicc Drop I s A Card E, W.Walsh Monument Co. 3114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana I resumption of football relations be lt ween Rose and Indiana State since i 1S34 when student rivalry nearr-d the dancer point. State held the victory edze at the time. 6-1. A team with possibilities but with little, if any. college experience will represent Indiana State this year. The members of the siuad are al- most entirely from the ay V-12; unit who Lave fair size and enthu V4lM I HELLQ fVNNM I HAVE 13 rMOUJ IS WHE S JUST 1 fTrTKE'S ONE PUT IT IN BOX , - 1 - - ' " A i 1C a i cttcp Pre pnpFVP-1 TAIQ M pikif M Pni? ROPEVE VI3-IPUSTEO I siasm but are handicapi-d by lack Uf urevinus competition. Amns: the Navy mn are two civilian student' J i who have onie exprienc- am) nr ' prove to be the n'4d stead influence to bold the entire K.cether. Uw fcckerman 1 Haute, ru'ht half, was a ' 'I ir. tii:tb o" the I'-ain las' Jl j bi-U fnir to rewat his s . ia- t plav in 14- Bill Br- . ' ' Cr- : n,.l smll bu Uiial.ty r. tO .how hi' h-U . ,PTdOP 0 r ,.A S'mtSh - i (expecting rT g pKw Va iJX,. $hwrt tfvMiA k)M ft r, i- SfV- Th Iiarkti'-ld ' i,.ee and l.unch Tli liif candid?-an aK-rat-c of j "-1'tion of Jack Kmhi. iPOPEYF cPh -vv'r- -JM i.V irujirovine sloviy. Tit nan-n in tt, I I 1 1 I'LL. HAVE lVJHAT MA'AMl l JE HAVE To CHECK UPTHERE l-ANO THE IMvESTItSATOR ... 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Economy package S1.00. Read directions and take only as directed. IDC !TO COME I BE GOODl llMVESTISATEDl : 1 3 &C& V 'J bmj h . . ltd. I ; HOME fXZ TOSZE v J ZM ") T5 - t 9 (C ir rv I ifei ritni ia-Ki-: ltiih Armnrone. richt -nd. In raw- Hmiih jK ,t,ir,d to a tarklf- ,r. Louis fnlovsky tak-o'-r the rislit euard Fpot. Th t,acifiV njs to hold no omtand;nz ball rarrisrn but har balaii. in l.lorkine. j,Enejr,t. and runninc. Only two nociTinn ttii dofir.i-.- Eekorman at riirht half and Vim Schwankl at fi tinack. At J-ft half. Dick Mul'on. Jtonni- Iiron nil! I:rown. Jvl. ii-A. :in,j WiMiaii. (.if ii ar- aij c:;;blt irlormr il-'