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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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TflE DAILY CLINTON IAN Page Seven Thursday, October 12, 1944. FIT AND READY - . By Jack Sods Mother Scrubs Floors For It Years, Saves To Free Prisoner Son Key Stronghold On Bologna Road At Stake in Battle Hoosier Grid Squads Drill Airmen Hammer Rail Backbone Of Jap Bastion (Continues tlx. 1 (Continue a ttvm page 1 1 For Saturd ay Continued nom pg 1) Today she was ready, she had saved every penny of her small earnings. She had mortgaged her home 2vS8 W. 52ud St.L She has gathered together $5,000 as a reward for anyone who can prove a miscarriage of justice resulted in her son's imprisonment at Stateville peiiileut tary for the rest of his life. Convicted of Murder In November. 1933. Joseph Majc- be q uot ed, expressed t he opinion that mosl of the soldie-rs were voting for Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, the Republican presidential nominee. The others --- among them Reps. Fisher Di Texas and Philips (RJ Calif'. thought the servicemen were voting "the same as if they were home" although one gave a alight edge lo President Roosevelt "because lies the commauder-in-chiel." OripeiK Are Voting Poage was the most pessimist ic about the size of the soldier vote. "Those with the gripes are the only ones voting." he said, following conversations with servicemen I n France. Fisher reported that several officers handling the soldier vote estimated that 25 to 50 percent of the men were casting their ballots. One congressman said that many soldieiB especially those in combat areas "didn't apply for ballots, because it was too much trouble." He said many of them came from the 28 states which do not permit the use of the federal ballot, which is distribuated by the army. Indiana to Celebrate Homecoming, Purduites Observe Dads' Day In Weekend Home Sessions - LAFAYETTE, lad. Purdue Ini-verally'i football squad anticipati-s trouble Saturday in the Dad's Day clash with the Iowa Soahawks whose versatile allak Uireat has prompted much attention to defensive plays. However, Purdue's own attack received a workout yesterday when emphasis was placed on speed and deception in the Boilermaker practice session. y,ek was convicted of the holdup j murder of policemanv William D. ' Luudy. He was sentenced to serve t ii years in prison. j Subsequently, one of the witnes-1 see, John Zagala, began to doubt the story lie told at the trial that Majczek was one of two holdup men i who shot and killed the policeman in a delicatessen. The co-defendant,' the assault against the island, the defenses of which must he reduced before any AJlied iHtidings in Chitui lake place. Formosa is high on the list of enemy bastions which must be smashed along the Allied route to Tokyo and in the campaign to aid the Chinese in driving the invader from their soil. South of Jt.Mlkyu Jsbnids Formosa is situated south of the liyukyu Islands which were blasted Monday by planes from Admiral William F. Haisey's 1". S. Third Fleet. The Ryukyu group, comprising Nippon's innermost defenses on the south lie midway between Formosa and the main Jap home islands to the north. It seemed probable that carrier forces commanded by Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitcher. veteran leader of daring American stabs into Jap stroiu'points. swept south from the Ryukyu group and followed the assault there with an aerial bombardment of Formosa. The Japs claimed that some 10 Allied planes already bad been downed in bitter aerial dogfights and by anti-aircraft fire. umihuU'd. Allii'cl truoim euuipli-u-U Hie rupture of CjuHltdli' in Albania. ;,iitslitll' ill Alli,-l HhuU" Tlii' town of (ijashdli'. lyinit wvrr-; uiilfiK in land 1 1 em tin' Adriatic, an iW'nrribi-d an ruiiinli'ti'ly in Al-lii'U hands; niuppin-un oporalionn have bi'cn coinplmitd. and 7U0 prisoners have been Inkeu, according to u coiiiiiinnitiue. JIan.v Nazis were killed iu the inoppinK-up of Gjuslidle and numerous casualties were sustained by the British forces invading the towu, it was revealed. Wtw Materials f'aitfui-iil iarge quantities of enemy war material. Including Italian 77 millimeter guns, Gerinau 2u millimeter field pieces, flak guns, small arms and military vehicles aB well as llie-sel oil and other supplies and equipment were captured. Allied bombers operating at night blasted Veroua where railway yards were bombed. The Allied Mediterranean air Torce chalked up 1700 missions yesterday, bombing industrial targets at Vienna and strafing other areas in Hungary and Czechoslovakia. . , . Deaths Per Birth Six states which most approxi" mate the 25 deaths per 1,000 births include Minnesota (33.33), Connecti-cut (34.05), Illinois (35.25), New Jersey (35.59), Washington (35.71) and Nebraska (35.74). BLOOM I XG TON, I n d. Bob (Hunchy) Hoeruscheiueyer and Ben Raimondi are limbering up their tin owing arms lor a passing attack in Saturday's homecoming game a-gainst Nebraska. In yesterday's drill Coach A. N. (Bo I McMillin also drilled his Cream and Crimson team on defensive tactics against forward pass plays and against Nebraska's double and single wing formations. Theodore Marcinkiewicz, also was sentenced to 99 years. Chicago newspapers have now taken up the story. Zagata told reporters that after the trial he expressed his doubts to the presiding judge, Charles P. Moltbrop. He said the judge admitted there was a possibility that neither man was guilty of the murder, aud promised to seek a new trial. Majczek, now 35. made a statement in prison years ago. It was recorded by a stenographer hired by his mother. It said Judge Moltbrop County Republican Women To Hold Dinner in Newport Members of the Women's Republican Club of Vermillion County will hold a covered dish luncheon at the county court house iu Newport, Wednesday. Oct. 18 at 12:30 p. m. Ralph Gates, republican candidate for governor will be the main speaker at the luncheon. In the afternoon. Noble Johnson, candidate for re-election as congressman from the sixth district, ,and Mrs. Eleanor Snodgrass will speak. Men and women are invited. Everyone is asked to bring their own table service. summoned him to his chambers LINCOLN, Neb. Thirty - five Cornhuskers from the University of Nebraska left Lincoln today for Bloomington. Ind.. whore they will play the Indiana University football squad Saturday. Nursing bruises and injuries suffered in the Minnesota game last week, the 'tccu-age Huskers will be the underdogs wheu they meet the Hoosiers. Nebraska Coaclr Ad Lowandowski will send the squad through a workout in Chicago tomorrow before continuing to Indiana. aw Me is sMotb ee shortly after the trial and expressed doubt of his guilt, and promised a new trial. Judge Jie Majczek was returned to his cell. That evening he asked a bailiff a-bout (he judge. He was told the judge bad gone to dinner. The years passed and nothing was? done. Mrs. Majczek washed floors every night. Judge Molthrop died in 1935. GEN. DOCGLAS MACARTH I'R'S HQ. The Japs suffered a further depletion in their vital oil supplies today after American heavy bombers blasted the important Balik Papan supply area in the Netherlands East Indies i na new four-hour assault. Oil Centers Jtoiiilwd Gas and oil producing centers at Balik Papan, on Borneo, aud Boela, on the Island of Ceram, were bombed heavily, a communique from Geu. Douglas MacArthur said. ICE REFRIGERATION IS BEST BECAUSE: It's the Most Economical Way to Keep Foods Fresh ! Wabash Valley Teachers' Institute Set Oct. 14 The annual Wabash Valley Joint County Institute for teachers and administrators of Clay. Fountain. Vermillion. Parke and Vigo counties will be held Saturday. Oct. 14, in the Student t'niou Building at Indiana THK Modern lea refrigerator is be lfi: and Pete Meeks of Linton, 15. Kor Tellers Jesse L. Abram. or Dugger, 45 ( incumbent t ; Adam Mail-of Princeton. 34; David W. Davidson of Linton. 34. and Harry Ritchie of Sullivan. 34. Kor Board Member from Sub-district No. 1 Ernest Goad of Mac-key. 10 (incumbent and unopposed). Kor Board Member from Subdis-trict No. 3 Ben Trump of Hyme- COLUMBUS, O. Ohio Stale's powerful Buck gridiron marine, which piled up 88 points while remaining unscored upon in victories over Missouri and Iowa, may play Wisconsin at Madison Saturday without the services of Bill Hackett, stellar right guard. Hackett is undergoing treatment for a stubborn injury, and Warren Amling has been shifted to guard to replace him. PEARL HARBOR Elements of the Knited States Army's Eighty-First Infantry Division were established on Uairakaseru I sand today in the invasion of the eleventh island in the Palaus by American forces. CI Joe Shows Small Concern in Election, Congressmen Report (Continued from page J) State Teachers College at Terre Haute. autiful In appearance and Is, Iu many ways, superior to an? oi-her 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 out or breaks down. No wonder more and more people are turning to ice. Featured speakers for the day's sessions are Don Bolt, native Hoo ra 11 (incumbent). Jimniie Shaw of Hymera. 2; Jim Hall of Dugger. 1: Francis Truelock of Sullivan. 1. and Eddie Scully of Sullivan. 0. sier and prominent journalist-lecturer, who will speak on "The Shape Newport High School Class Has Chili Supper Party of Tilings to Come" and Albert KenH vnr Hnurit Mpmhpr from Subdis-l Kowswell, humorist and aulh- WEST POINT. N. Y. A confident Army team pointed today for victory over Pittsburgh Saturday ai Miche Stadium. Army has scored 105 points in its two games this trict No. 4 David Campbell of i ,"'1' New Goshen. 10 (incumbent; Frank meat, however, on the number of soldiers voting, although all agreed that the army was "going all out" in an effort to get the men to cast their absentee ballots. Ivow Kstimate of Voters The congressmen's est i mates of the percentage voting ran from as low as 'lit peicent for soldiers in r, t Terre Haute. 1. and ' or, in his lecture "The Value of a i Laugh." The Sycamore Players of In-'diana State will present scene from I their successful production of Shake-! speare's "Hamlet." season and even Lieut. Col. Karl ( j(,ase" juuHjy Qf Terre Haute. 1. Come In, See Hie Kfrigerator. Iy l I s Prove That It is Beat! Fifteen members of the soph more class of Newport High School and their sponsor. Mrs. Winifred Lemp-sey, held their regular class party, this year being a chili supper, in the high school Friday evening. Besides the class members, three guests were present. Rev. John Walton. Guy Cosnell and Herbert Arra-suiilh. Following the stopper, games were enjoyed by the group. back field of Glenn Davis, Tom I-om-bardo. Doug Kenua. Mux Minor. Dale Hall. Felix Blanc-hard, and Glenn Dobba were "the best I've had anything to do with." Marion, Doerr Win Praise As Stars in Series CLINTON ICE CO. County superintendents cooperating in the joint program are: Vermillion County. Fred Hayes; Clay. Charles McKinney; Fountain, Forrest dolt"; Parke. Paul Myers; aud Vigo. Clarence Pound. i France to as high as GO percent for i those in England. j;ives Dewey Julgu ! One Democratic congressman, who for obvious reasons did not care to NEW YORK, N. Y. New York University's hopes for a victory over Temple at Ohio Field. Philadelphia Saturday suffered a setback today when it was learned that Herb Walsh, 6-foot-4-inch end will be out for the season. Coach Jack Wein-heimer has tightened up the Violet's pass defense in anticipation that Temple will take to the air early and often. ST. LOl'IS. Mo. The most valuable players of the National and American Leagues in 144 were Martin Marion, shortstop of the world champion St. Louis Cardinals, and Bobby Doerr. former Boston Ued Sox second baseman, respectively, in the opinion today of the Sporting News. The Sporting News, national baseball weekly, credited Marion with being the dominant factor in the Cardinal's drive to the National League pennant. Of Doerr. who left the Red Sox to join the armed service, the news declared: "The Red Sox remained contenders for the pennnnt until Doerr's departure. But the hole be left eould 1 I I'M efLAD VOUR MODEL WILJ I'M SURE THlS HAlfe-U I'LL J I I'LL BE BACK DARLIM6 IM ,, olD HBS CLOTHES EX- DO VJLL BE OKAy r-fSAV IT TO 6ET A HAlR-OOJT TILLIE : -U-DO SET leOTTMS ryEMSES FOR "THE PCTUReJ InLU LAKE MASS TONTg c s r .r--ii( mew ouTF.T oJ fee, ICST 1lp IJfWT) t " KOOKFELTOWITUESEWKKS jil! A I Y V6M.BUT ECNT FOHSeT TkE FiUE SS a tJEEK I VS I GOA EEAi . STca S 30OD! G.VE ,T mt!Mii AtL ACCRUING HACBV L' WERE RiVW MlM now! SET UiM 4lB TO' RjO .M AMD ARLETrE I IhE pApE(3 f , A i VA ACT,M61wwiTAN,ACT0St .. A VuC W Play t i.OPRte Tj 6EST J UeATH B5 PKAMA !! HASav ,i ,S . j Yc'eIaTTE ) ii NEW HAVEN, Conn. Yale worked today on ways to halt the troublesome split T-formation of Columbia with special attention on the Lion's successful quick kick plays. Yale has been undefeated in two starts this season and hope to make it three in a row when unbeaten Columbia invades the bowl Saturday. mot be filled aud the team siipp back . . ." Pitchers Hal Newhouser of the Detroit Tigers and Bill Voiselle of the New York Giants were designated by the weekly Tor a special merit award since pitchers seldom quality IOWA CITY. la. Iowa lost another gridiron veteran today as Bob Ireland departed from Coach Slip Madigan's Hawkeye squad. Ireland, who won a letter last year, played left guard. He did not reveal why he had quit the squad. as the most-valuable player because HA R - T-T-nn H rn TO. I '1 'A "".aI of the small number of games the work. NOT HE DAM 15. Ind. Notre Peace Conscription Issue is Pushed Up in Congress Dame's undefeated and unscored upon Irish football team yesterday completed preparations for its game with Dartmouth next Saturday at Boston. Most of the last workout was devoted to defense against Dartmouth plays. The Irish h ave tomor- row for the New England city. WASHINGTON. D. C. Sen. Lister Hill f Alabama. Demorratir Senate whip, railed today for postelection headings on tin question of a year's military trainniK for Amer rkni) LAT5 RFTTFt? an untAt- Y GOOP HEAVENS (JUELL I'LL BE - ! t V v v V. , OPING VER AN' LAV VOtUN A WhLLE ican vouth following th Hill, a nrominent member of Thimble FDPEVE IS FIGHT1MS THE LION OJITH A t ' FAIR OF , Vv ' n - " I f JS 31 unary ivuans v,umiiimn, earlv consideration of the in.porta: t CHAMPAION. 111. The litini football team was left with but one able center today following withdrawal from the squad of Stanley Kprajiue. V-12 student, because of a skin infection. The only physically able cwiter left to Coach Ray Eliot was Alex Prokopis who until two weeks ao was a fullback. question is desirable. Bills are pending both in the -tary training so America mi" li ' at" and House for peace-ti:. ' .libeller prepared for ano'' : v.;ti and President Roosevelt :i:y .idol poP 'this oneX'WW PON T VOLJ. nr-T CLET FOPEVE ) . 'n LOOK AT IT? 1 IJ XL , io-i rt i" ) '" 'fores' y j Theatre Starring POPEYE ised a year's training for y'Miin with 4.' " District II I MW Selects Slate For Dec, 12 Election out pi.erifyinji that it s.k.M be entirely military. Sentiment lias grown up in Congress, as well as'ot::side the legisla-tuie. to dove-tail j! -ear's training for 17-year-old youth . i'h an educational program. (Continued from page 1) program j ires of Hill suggested thrt eould be fitted to th. THERE .'I'VE kkjOCKED HIM EAUTIMEAT THE SnUU. CLU6 DAM HOLDS ( OK. PFC,f,V--I M GOIM& Olil- y(M t KNOW OUT HIS HAWD5 fOR THE GIMP TO PUT THE but r AM ri VOU'RC NOT HANDCUFFS ONWHEN 5UDDNtY HE in one houb ru. ee SACM-KHO IF VOU OOM'T TALK MS 6UM WU.'f SUOOTIN' STRAIGHT For District President Louis Au-beut; Tim . O'Connor of Terre Haute. 4; and John Dvitt of Hymera. 3. For District Vice-Prsidnt Curtis Nicholson of Ttrr Haute. 32. youths. Thf iraiuing period. In- .-aid. I might be at the air of 17. Is or 1 1 ! The peji. e-time eonscript ion issue j is expected to be pushed by military authorities in the ut-ar tin tire. The ' War Department, which Uh fuvoifd' OUT AND WHIN Ht l.OIlt3 TO Mt U ElTHCH Tt'J. ME WHERE PduGV IS-CH HE'LL CtT THt THRASHING OF HIS Lift.' DRIVES FORWARD." WITH Ml.nViY- v IVE TOIO VOU EVERVTHIN6 I KNOW A&0UT THAT GUV &UT OMLV AN HOUR Rt MAIMS bEFORE THE KILL-CRAZy SLUGGER PROMlSfS TO RETURN AND SLAY PEGGY " i incumbent : NVal Chatt of Hymera. j training f 6; Richard Lewis of Jasoinille. C; j the pusiti William Oillen of Terre Haute, 4: i postponed and Bert Trezise of Trre Haul. 4. (would be For District riecreiary-Treasur'r t Coiir.-ss i yumhs. is said to take n that if b-islation until alter tlie war i' impossible to pt-isuad'-i enact the n-ci s.-;try pro- DAN DUa'N Secret Operative i Ralph Bay of Terre Haul. 4! I in-1 grain. cunibent t. and Arthur MuflVti of ; Princeton. 3. I 7Ip Coal Reserves Wliile coal reserves appear impressive in volume, it does rot follow that all of the potential 3.2 trillion net tons of coal is recoverable at the present state of the art or of sufficient quality to be commercially u-dble. ! For Auditors and Credent ials Committeemen John Bonnie of Linton. ;J6 incumbent t. Joe Nixon ;of Linton. 34 i incumbent i ; T. W. : Whit ten of Princeton. 3:1 ( incumbent : Arthur Duane of JaFonville J; Frank Mullis oi lYrre li.tute. 48 i

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