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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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Tagc Seven THE DAILY CUNTONIAN Thursday, October 5, 1944. he deconlnniinaled of the Germans, hem and ualtlefront dispatches in-Itnlkan Hold lulling; Idicalcd that Nazi resistance wa: l,c- cnrmiinv'H hnlil throughout the! lug worn down gradua My lo permit TOUGH WILDCAT I Greek Patriots m i fy fe.i'.'-jiO-lAY '-'m 'u x Aid Invaders, Seize Airfields (Continued ti om page 1 ) dropped more than 2.000 tons ol bombs on the Creek mainland and the Aegean Islands, paralyzing Nar.i eucuation attempts prior to the landings. The attacks were concentrated mainly against the Kletisis. Tatoi and Kutamaki airdromes near Alliens, which are mainly bases for Jun- kers-52 transport planes used by the Nazis to evacuate key personnel from Crete. P( roils Lend threat AUI As In the case of (Ireece, patriots in Albania are lending assistance to the Allies, harassing enemy attempts to maintain the lifeline to Corfu Island through the small port of Sur-ande. From the Dalmatian Island of Brae heavy British artillery is now pounding the Yugoslavian mainland to harry the withdrawing Germans. Naval Operations Increase Stepped-up naval operations in the Aegean Sea were coordinated with the new landings. The British cruiser Aurora shelled the Maleme air- Haitians was crntnbling fast. New I Allied progress was reported in Albania where as In the case of Creece -- patriots gave unstinted assistance to the American and British troops. British Score New Offensive Against Arnhem (Continued nvm page 1) The flooded areas of Waleheren Island In the Scheldt estuary, where Hoyal Air Force precision bombers blasted the sea walls, now total 25 square miles. Headquarters reported presence of strong (Jennan forces at Knocke and Heyst on the coast road east ol Zeehrugge, Belgium. Arnlietii Ott'eiiHfio Scored The day's most important development was the new offensive a-ganist Arnhem by Lieut. Gen. Sir Miles C. Dempsey's British Second Army. Heavy fighting is under way some two miles from the bridge over which tattered remnants of the Brit- Ish First Airborne Division retired 'stiff fighting" southwest of Arn- . 'fzt& I CPJWP AUSO A4A"S-l0CAi Cards saw their best Hurler whipped despite a parade of pinch hitting replacements that served no good purpose against Gatehouse's hurling. Ili-oun-s Throw the Ittmk The under dog Browns, playing In the club's first world series in history, have everything to gain and ,.i.ji7i,iir tlt.it unv The Curds are j f V f X Vi - "s N an initial British-Canadian advance of more than a mile within a lew hours. The new breach at Pulenberg was reported as headquarters announced continued progress by American First Army troops through the gap punched through the Siegfried for-tHicalions around I'bacli. Itrenkllii-oiigli Near Gellenklirlirii The German DNB agenecy said the new break-through hud been scored five miles south of Geilenkirchen. Armored and infantry forces commanded by Lieut. Gen. Courtney H. Hodges advanced through the L'bacli gup toward the plain of Cologne to butter the Nazi secondary defenses behind the broken Siegfried Line. Headquarters of Gen. Dwight D. Kisenhower said that progress was being niade slowly uguinst heavy German opposition. German ItesUtHiiee Stout Knemy units defending home sol! offered stout " resistance with fire from artillery, anti-tank guns, mortars and small arms. The northernmost salient of the Americans at Overloon, in the Netherlands on the eastern flank of the British secondary corridor through Holland, was pressed forward toward the frontier of the Reich. Dr. G. ft. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235Vt Blackman ICE refrigeration Is an air conditioned refrigerator that prevents the Interchange of food odore. You don't liavo to worry about covered dishes when you use Ice. Von can put everything you want fn the refrigerator and he sure that it will remain sweet And fresh . , , retaining it's own odor and taste. C'Hiio fn, See the ftefrlgerator. Let I s Prove That It Is Best! Phone 475 WHOOPS n t:: Y port at Crete on the night of Oct. to safety 10 days ago after a ruI-2. The following night British war- lant stand aganst overwhelming ships destroyed six enemy assault odds. vessels off Piscopi Island northwest! a German communique reported ICE REFRIGERATION IS BEST BECAUSE: Circulation of Air Prevents Interchange of Food Odors! By Jack Sords FxlUBACK' OF -Jjlg- ed at the Lighting Products Co. in Highland Park bet'Oro entering the army on May 1, 1943. His cousin, Francis Koiizuui, u paratrooper, was killed in Fiance a few days after the allied invasion on June 6. Newport Boy Scouts Plan Paper Collection Saturday Ifoy Scouts of the local Troop 05 will make a house to house canvass of the town starting at 9 u. in. Saturday morning. All residents are urgently requested to have their paper bundled and out on (he front walk at that time. M. J. Peterson, scout master, requested that all residents put newsprint in separate bundles from that of magazines. Three Hammes for Pay Virginia planters of Colonial days did not pay their pastor with money but with food. The usual contribution was "three hammes and a pars-stl of pottattues the month." OUST ,,i'Jc THERE mt m'VWfm V CBWS mmMMMmm ( I I'M NOT i m I IJd VV? I I I I IFV KICK - dABp-Mi-r-fifJS Son of Former CHntonite In Morortai Landings Pvt. Hichard Itonzuni, 1U. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kmizani, Highland Park, former residents of Clinton, and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Abernathy, I'liiversal. I was a member of the invading lore- r- The dispatch said preparations for the trip begun along Hie New tiui-nea anust and they made a practice landing followed by the real tiling. "The barges bringing the first trofips stuck on a reef GO yards out and we waded ashore, waist deep. The coral changed to mushy sand and this, not the Japs, was the real enemy. For as (lie bigger barges disgorged the many vehicles bogged down." Pvt. Itunzani attended Highland Park High School and was employ seei E HAMLET- HAIRBREADTH HARRY ..A j'E SM.-tii A KIM'S AMD KING CLAUDIUS wiUl TE CEP JbST AS httH MAD flfiuBED, IU6T5 mC,W CLAUDV M-li DUMPED! 0FC MAM '5 OLD MAN AMD BECOME KING: II TILLIE the TOILER By Rum Westover 1 0mw ?...V' ,i-'Vv' K V i, ... fa X SO AHEATtLLIEI'M SURE you'LL THE MODEL LIMDEI LOOKIWQ FOR BE Pml in their third straight world series landed on Moro a. island oil and cant seem to realize that they,t'e northern tip of Ilalmahera. i r; are meeting a tough and game ball from the JMnhppines, the par- club which might be beaten but isnta learned in a news dispatch to- I of Rhodes, while large fires were set among enemy emplacements on the latter island. Levi t hi Island In the southern Aegean and Porto Largo on Leros were attacked by carrier-based planes. The Initial assault forces were parachute troops dropped from British Dakota transports in broad daylight. Sen landings Follow Other forces were landed from the sea after parachutists were dropped and reinforcements brought in by transport planes. British troops of the land forces of tjie Adriatic and units of the- lioy-al Air Force met virtually no opposition and were given a wild and enthusiastic welcome by the Greek populace. Greek Patriots aided the Allied troops in the drive (o clear the Peloponnesus area of the enemy. Latest reports placed in the Allies only 108 air linn miles from Athens. The three great airport) sur-i rounding the Greek capital already j have been immobilized and the strik-i ing success of the vinitial landings ! make It apparent thtt before many1 days have passed, the ancient king-; dom of the Hellenes and the seat of modern culture and civilization will I CLINTON ICE CO. Ill Mulberry Potter-Lanier Duel in Second Game of Series Cards Leader Juggles Bat List in Attempt to Make l'p2-lLoss; Potter Goes on Mound for Browns SPORTSMAN'S PARK, SI. I.ouls. Manager Hilly Souihworlh of the Cardinals today benched iJanny I.lt-whiler. and Installed Angle IJcrga-ino In leftfield as the Cards squared off against the lirowus for the second game of the all-St. Louis World Series. There appeared to be 35.000 cus tomers In the stands. In an attempt tu mend his fences following yesterday' 2-to-l loss. Southworth also juggled his halting order, going back to the lineup of hitters he used when Litwhiler was benched during the waning days of the regular season because of a knee injury. Southworth sent Max Lanier to the mound, to oppose Luke Sewcll 's pitching nominee, Nelson l'otter. f SPORTSMAN'S PARK, St. Louis. Mo. Having lost with Mort Cooper, his best piLcher, Manager Hilly Southworth of the Cardinals pieked lefty -Mar Lanier, who Is supposfd to be on the verge of infirmity, to oppose the Browns today in the second game of the all-St. Louis World Series. I Browns I'tie potter 1 Manager Luke Sewell, of the! Browns, sought to make it two straight and a virtual clincher with right handed Nelson Potter. He won nineteen and lost seven this season. The selection of Lanier for this appearance fn the so-called "full classic" was even more of a surprise than the naming of Denny (J a I eh o use to pitch the opener for the Browns yesterday, for Lanier lost his last five starts of the recently concluded season and didn't even finish the Cards' last road trip, although his record is an impressive seventeen wins against twelve losses. Haiti J tetter than (ialelioiiNu He was sent hack to St. Louis from the east to undergo treatment for a lame arm and a hack which was stretched out of kilter when he sought to shag an outfield fly. There Is nothing wrong with Poller, a- Brown mainstay down the American League stretch and, according to many, a better liurler by far than fjalehouse, who won yesterday's series opener, 2 to 1. Besides losing In the stretch and winding up in the adhesive tape department, Lanier has never been too effective in the world series. Against the New York Yankees in 1942 he hurled four innings for one win a-gainst no defeats. Last season against the Yanks he went through 15 1-3 Innings to a defeat, with no victories. He probably has more stuff than any pitcher on either roster, but Mort Cooper isn't exactly handcuff ed and he couldn't do anything with I the Browns yesterday beyond losing : a two hitter for the seven innings lie was in there. His mistake was in permitting a fourth inning single by Gene Moore followed by a home run to the right field roof by Ceorge McQuinn. J)iab First Game It was actually a drab ball game, stirring as it may seem to know that the Browns won with only two hits. That was all they needed, and Cooper quickly was turned from a budding hero into a gout headed for the showers, as a pinch hitter hatted for him., Ultimately one Sylvester Don nelly, a rookie, came in to hurl the concluding innings by the Cards, by whigu time the game had been won and'Jost. TUo Card run was scored In the ninth. Shbrtfitop Slats Marion made his feerond double of the day when Mike Krevich missed a diving catch. Marfan advanced on an out and scored after the patch on pinch hitter K'en O'Pea's fly. (bMjoiisp Allows Seven The Cards through it all were limited to seven hits by the unruffled (alehouse, who stalked around out there on the pitching mound as though nothing mattered and he generally saw to it that nothing happened. He had a couple of bad innings, notably the third when Johnny Hopp and Hay Sanders hit successive siui;(u lo open the inning and miianrcd on Stan Mural's sacrifice. With only that on1 out. Walker Cooper was walked to fill the j bases, then Whih-y Kumuskl in-! gloriously fanned and funny Lit-whihT hit into a force play. Outside of that and a brief and unimportant minor threat in tin1 second and seventh Hie Cards were rather thoroughly subdued alt afternoon in a none too thrilling tussle for the 33.0OD spectators made up mostly of local kibitzers. Cooper Strikes Out 4 Mort Cooper struck out four hitters in his seven innings, including Kreevieh and Chet Laabs in the first inning, but he also walked three besides making the mistake of laying one in there for McQuinn. His performance actually was less spectacular than fialehouse's. The latter had a shutout until the ninth. Only lust week he shut out the Yankees to put the Browns in an American League tie and set the stage for their ultimate pennant triumph. The Browns appeared to be the steadier ball cluh in the opener, if that is any indication, of what is likely to happen from here on. Neither side made an error, but the Browns started and finished with' nine men and front, whereas the j I i OVE IT P0OB IN WEj loOM'T BOP H.KI AT ONCE A I FOR REMEM- ML ,OI a a wsm wa 501rvK5 "YD COVER UP 1 I 1 . ( HERC! ITOJ fSOSHi I COULDM'T RUM .THS DRESS VMiTH mW STARTING To BETVMEEM THESE DROPS IF I ' I'M WAS AM UNDERSIZED MICROBE! MV COAT-MAV ill s Wt , RAIN -I'LL . trAvjp: ixufppI A , J2SJ!J ' Mzvvt "ml - ,MOW lv)1 m "runbe, .- M I I l 1 It M s 'r -V- Vkv J) Jtr II 1 ' it ,A V- 1 1 - HieinciineH fn fidinit it until it hup-. pens. o SERIES NOTES ST. LOUIS, Mo. World Series facts and figures: Standings: W. L. j. 0 1 I I Browns tA) 1 Cards (N) 0 Paid attendance33.2 12. Cross., receipts $14 9.268. Players.' sWe $76,126.68. Commissioner's share $22,31(0.-20. Each club's share $12, 087. 7S. Each league's share $ 1 2,687.78. Second game pitchers Nelson Potter (19-7) tor the Browns; Max Lanier (17-12) for the Cardinals. ST. LOl'IS, Mo. Probable lineups for the Becond baseball game of the world series thin anemone nitowxa OuttciiilKe, 2b. Kreovich. cf. Laabs, If. Stephens, ss. Moore, rf. McQuinn, lb. fhristman, 3b. Hayworth, c 'AltM.NAI. Hopp, cf. Sanders, lb. Musial. rf. W. Cooper c. Kurowski, 3b. I.ilwhiler, If. Marion, ss. Vcrban. 2b. Lanier, p. Potter, p. Umpires: Sears, I.M, .Mcuowau (4), Dunn N) and PipgraB (Al. Lafayette Mayor To Head Indiana Municipal League TEUHE HAUTE, Hid. Aufilin U. Killian. Lafayette Mayor, will be named President of tbe Indiana Municipal League at the closing session J)f tiie annual conference tomorrow, followinK the league custom In advancing officers.- He will succeed Mayor Jesse I. Pnvey, nf South Bend. Mayor 1'red L. Feiek. of Carrelt. will ho advanced to First Vlre-President. Paul V. Grown, Indianapolis Park .Superintend! nl, was elected chairman of Ihe Hoard of Directors of a reorganized Indiana MuniHpal Park and Recreation Association at n meeting yesterday of cily park ex-eetilives in conjunction with il"" conference. Oriille Koiii-nlierr: . nl Anderson was elected preside I . The group is seeking to l-iu- iin-italions lifted on tax levie. fur nk.-in second and third-' 'a ' lilii s. Members also voted to ; IPIm it b-l-'is- latiiiu lo re establish pari: depari-menls under cotiuol if lioald i:i fourth aild fifth flasB cities. t iiui-lliiH n in fourth and fifili class cities ,-ililionneed their suppull of legislation to gi e them nuihority to approve all appu ii'nienls made by the mayor. rioOiinR Coller tion o Aid Kurne Started in Clinton The emergency 0011111011 of clothing for Europe In cooperation with the United Nations Relief and lie-habilitation Administration is now in progress in Clinton. Rev. Ray Crawl, pastor of the First Baptist Church announced today. New or used clothing of any kind will be received and in turn will be sent to our government and later distributed to the European people who are needy, free of charge. Persons who have clothing are asked to take them to the liaplist Chun-h or parsonage any time. 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