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Tuesday, September 12, 191 1. THE DAILY CLIN TO MAN ArgeTvro WHY BE FAT? Rain4'Rj'ingIiige Increase In Midwestern Wheat fief slimmer Allied Ground, Sea Forces Unleash Huge Drive on Gothic Line Clinton Seaman Has Ringside Seat During Invasion (Continued from page I) Japan's Defeat Six 31onths After Germany's Fall .(Continued irom page 1) With them to Ouebec. the Presi without exercise You rmy low pounds and have more slender, graceful figure. No rttrcisintj.Noi-ixalivrt.Nodrugt. With iha AYDS plan you don't cut out any meals, siarches, potatoes, meats or butter, you "imply cut them down. It t easier whin vou enjoy delicioui (vitamin fortified) AYDS beiore meals. Absolutely harmless. (Continued nom page 11 of Japan through a converging naval and sea attack through the Philippines and Formosa from the soutli and the Kuriles from the north or to make a major thrust from continental Asia into China. Sc-e, Air Thrust Likely Military authorities view the sea and air thrust ai the most likely because of the preponderant forces that can be brought to bear hy combined American and British power and the enormous difficulty of supply presented by an overland thrust through China. (Continued from page 1) of duality steers. There were 70 head in the shipment and I hey sold without sort at Jfis.uo per cwt. They averaged IS 13 pounds each. This is within 35 cents of the September high to date which is the second highest point at which cattle have sold during this month in the past 21 years. . f-J Vatican City The state of Vatican City is the territory in Rome of which tiie Pope became sovereign upon ratification of the Lateran Treaty in 1923. The Vatican, official residence of the Pope since 1377, is situation within Vatican City. 000 yards and sprayed a pill box dent and I'riine Minister brought with our machine guns. the men to do tne too ot urawintr "We could see a number of these up the pattern of victory over they site in a frw week wirii AYDS Vitamin Cwndy gun emplacements destroyed by our salvoes, and reports from our troops told of other effective results Try a large si Jc bm of AYDS 30-day uupptyonly $2.25. Money back if youdon't get rcaulu.Pbontj of our fire. In fact very early in port of Minimi in support ot the Eighth Army push in that sector which as eiicounteriiiK continued determined resistance by the Germans. Uritish troops in bitter fiphting rallied a foothold on a spot known as point 4 19 on Mount Uardo. the highest ground in the entire Adriatic arm. They held their gains despite two Oerman counter-attacks launched under cover of darkness. :1..VHI (iennan Prisoner ii,.-,H,,ii,iriiis revealed that 3.500 the day the Krauts lust patience Japanese tne cmeis 01 man iui the armies of the land and the fleets of the sea and air of both the. United States and Britain. For the I'nited States: Chief or Army Staff George C. Marshall; Commander-in-Chief of the Navy AHn.;r..:tv Krnest .T. Kin?: Commaii- lili.Un 1 n y iv i v 1 211 South Main St. with us entirely and opened up opies wilh 75. SS and 10nim puns. "Being eloper to the beach than any of the other ships, we remained the center of attraction and received a good dea I of "at ten t ion" which would otherwise have been rti- der-in-("liief of the Air Force. Gen. Germans had been taken prisoner by f) rifler fume with s:it;.2!is,ooo produced last year and a 10-year average of Ttio million bushels. Major factor In the decline since the A!!. 1 estimate 7as tel weather in harvest but rust was grea'er than expected and dryness and excess heat in late July injured the crop in some sections. Tile tobacco crop now appears the second largest on record. Production of 1.7')"tl pounds is forecast, compared with the record l:i crop that was l.r million pounds larger. Sugar IJeet I'll! Adverse weather cut tMigar beet prospects slightly. A crop or 7.204.-0011 tons is rorecast about 10 percent larger than the l!ij:t crop, but 2!t percent smaller the lit year average. Prospects improved slightly during August lor soy beans. Production is estimate. I at 17!t million bushels ronipare-1 with i.eariy 1116 million bushels last year. The apple narv.-st is estimated at I22.1"(I.1MI0 bushels, percent greater than last year's short crop, but about the same as the average tor tin? past nine years. County Conservationists Map Plans for Postwar Frank IVtchkites was elected to represent Vermillion County in any future postwar planning activities, at the Vermillion County Conservation Council meeting held at Jonestown, Monday. Sept. 11, it was reported today. During the business meeting a report was given on the total number if quail released by the club which amounted to K78. .More than 1 liheasauts will be released this week, ofricials saiil. Flood control projects and recreation were also discussed. A chicken dinner was served by riceted at the landing boats. Al though we were stopped most of the time, our anec! never left the yard- THE PERFUME arm, and nothing came much closer Henry H. Arnold and Chief or hup-ply Lieut. Gen. Hrehon Somervell. For Brit tin: Chief of the Imperial Staff Sir Alan Brooke; Lord of the Admiralty Admiral Sir Andrew H. Cunningham and Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal or the KAF. These are the men who at Teheran. Cairo. Quebec. Casablanca and Washington have laid the progressive pattern for the defeat of the Axis that to date has had not a single TOMORROW to us than 50 yards. In fact our only CREATION casualty was a gun crew man who the Eighth Army since Aug. i. Indian and American troops man-nine the center of the Gothic Line offensive gained bridgeheads across the Sieve itiver and expanded them to depths of two miles, (lain Hcn liio l!rilcelieal Kifthy Army units advancing into the Gothic Line outer breastworks captured nine important localities and gained bridgeheads across the Serchio Itiver. three miles north of Lucca. ALLURE had the end of his nose burned by a hot shell. "When all the beaches bad been secured and we were relieved from the St. Bernice Legion Auxiliary to approximately till members. major setback. j the front line, a message came from the Admiral in charge of our group saying "your performance today has v . , been bold and efficient to a high degree." "All in all we considered August 15 to have been :i pretty successful Change Time Table The mounting snowball of Allied victory both in .Europe and the J'a-ciric made the irresent meeting im-epralive. Five months ago it was thought the war against Japan might last another year and a hair to two years at the least. The sights have been readjusted by events. ti.. motnr military decisions are INDIVIDUAL EXQUISITE" day for the Allies in general and Miners Return to Brazil Pits, Await Settlement BRAZIL. Ind. Five hundred I'nited Mine Workers were back at work today pending settlement of their grievanc-s against the Binkley Coal Company's Victory Mine west ot Brazil. I'liion spokesmen said the men struck because the company trausriTred men rroin one job classi-rication to another and did not provide r(tial distribution of work. the Ordronauz in particular." SACHET Bonds for Babies Sales Outlined by Chairman fnder the bonds for iiabies pro-grain of the war bond eales. bonds may tie purchased at the local bank or posloffice. Mrs. Delia S. Swine-hart. Vermillion County Finance Chairman, said today. Information concerning the child is then sent to Indiana War Finance. Eighth Floor. Illinois Huilding. Indianapolis, including the Hani" of the PLW 1U cupcctcd to result from the current Vermillion County Cattle Among Chicago High Sellers ('IIK"A;o, III. Wruiillion county calile WIT. anions Jho liih l'-rs n-)'ort'l in Hit? past - k,'r. iradr ill trie ('Uwhko Stock Van Is. IJhv. llaniia, who farm? in-ar cr-rvsvilk was r'ircs'iitil on lant' conferatwe: . 1 LI...- much Ol tllC MTU! Ml ci t ''n,r Aiiimi airforrcs now oivr-; ating in Europe can be swiftly sin 1- CREAM lled to the Far Last. Tuesday's inarkft liy a lartc drove, Read Our Up-to-Date Sport Newt child I under five years of age). 2 Whether to strike at tne nc:ii I I AS 10W AS IK a pint name and address of the person presenting the bond and the serial number of the bond. The child receives a Walt Disney certificate with the bond. Mrs. winehart said. Alor dt&tiom. TOU makmomyoo LOflDOflDCRRU Interesting Social News Everyday TODAY'S RUBBER (g)MARKS FOR THOSE ''J not rnwfi smith . CENTER 0E -THE WORLD II' soon going to be time for Hue winter garments, coals and suit, heavy wool dree and mealcr. If ) want them in "llp-lop" tJiape In-fore Hie first hilling 1J are here, send litem lu plenty of time j- I for an erperl dry cleaning Job J. lutve (hem nry ricam-i iir -1-"" VKHIKI. WAV. MODEL CLEANERS 223 South Main 3!l5se mm wt-w - - Built hi less than two years by America's synthetic rubber experts largely with the aid of alcohol supplied by the beverage distillers r HARD-TO-GET ITEMS FOR FALL l.ll. MAC MKVl Men's Denim Cossack JACKETS JACKETS Blaakel IJued n Q All Wool llaid M rtQ Kaloa Irtml aVrtJQ Kr..M I'laia Sleeve taO MKVS MKVti Men's Leather Plaid JACKETS Flannel Shirts c"'1" 14.75 1.55 d I.S5 IK1VS BOVS Corduroy Cossack . JIMMIES JACKETS .r. 2.20;'" 3.29 V 3.S8 n:vs I tievs Cotton All Wool UNION SUITS SWEATERS Mli.m Mi-wtit J J Q Iiik.1. I rxnl 3 S3 riail - Tw.edi-- 1i. I. 1 I'lliT Ulsth ; Part Waol Shetland Weave MATERIAL MATERIAL L58 ... 255 ,w" 1.79 st:n t.. mi. RAYOK Golden Dawn JERSEY BLANKETS. .a 'alerr I flQ i l'r""(r Q Qfj m in.ii .i- I.H3 v.i. 9.3 J JJIw.ES All Wool 1 Corduroy SKIRTS SLACKS rw w.le. m qff ! . w.b- n 0n aad " J 1'unluro,- Wn .ii:i.- .li:i All Wool Rayon Suede JACKETS JACKETS Km. I. Ut S.-ti.if E M j ' .mtraMiui: k PQ Miw. 12 W.Sw j Ji iiu a(a39 Just Received ... Women's Chambray HOUSE DRESSES Sizs 1 1 - 52 $244 WHEN tin- Japanese captured the chief natural rubber producing centers f the world, they thought they had dealt a death blow to America's ar effort. But in two short years the United States became the new rubber producing center of the w orld. This great war miracle was achieved by America's brilliant synthetic ru!bT experts largely with the aid of alcohol supplied by our country's beverage distillers. The ruLIx-r experts had the technical production knowledge that tr.zte s: i.thc.ic rulber possible. The beverage distillers furnished the huge vI'ifr.e of jlcohol reauired by the alcohol-butadiene process... lie r.-ort practical at that time. Today ve Ate producing enough synthetic rubber to meet our needs tor 'e.Ki.tial civ.linn and war rubber goods. Proof !... the request of Bradley I tv.-cy, RubLer Director, to terminate his wartime powers. Current production is at rate of 2'0,00fJ i'jns more annually than the entire country consumed for aU purposes in 140. Thanh you for your patience! To aid in the achievement of this wartime miracle, America's beverage dislike's stopped making whiskey nearly two years as;o and produced notiitr.g but industrial alcohol. They are fully aware of the inconveniences you faced during die 22 months when not a drop of whiskey was made in this country. For your extreme patience and undemanding during that time, they are sincerely grateful anl appreciative. CRISIS IN 1312 "If we fail t' st-rurc quickly a large new ruMwr -sup-pi - nnr war tfTWt ami our domestic i-f"n'my Imth will o.Ibpsc ACHIEVEMENT IN 1944 synthetic ruiler industry has. Ik en efctahliihtd and is in oimpltte operation. It is providing the natioti with an ample supply of rubber." Bradley Drjrry Rubber Dirrcior, &,. 25, 1944 TRIBUTE Cnmentinj on the beverage distilling industry s contribution, a hmh SV.P.U. official said on April 15, 144... 1. " is fair to regard the rubber manufacture J to date, as being almost sok-iy the prtxluct of the beverage distilling ind'jstry. 2. ... synthetic rubber is from 6 to 9 month? ahead of where it could have been if alcohol hd not been available for butadiene production. 3. almost unparalleled example of the overnight ' cuaiersijn of an entire mJu.-trv fron: peace to war." Or. Ha'.terC. II k::man 8 Conference of Alcoholic Beverage Industriesfra"; 0

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