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Clinton, Indiana
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Pagf Five KBE'DJILT" CLINTONlAN Tuesday, November 14, J 944. real reason would uiuiueslionably belmand at Scott Field, 111. His iuten- AGGIES' ACE By Jack.Sords to accept a "paper" defeat now in! order to prepare for a second attack ou the United States. NEWS OF MEN JN THESERY1CE tContluaad from page 11 been especially developed for Pai'l- fic duty. Now slalioued al the Amphibious Training Base in Battle Creek. Va.. Jteea is going iuivuhj m.. hv,vUr.,J1 training program to prepare lor du- c ty aB Motor Machinist's Mate on the ift new invasion vessel. Reed was employed at Ihe Terrc ', purling to the U. 8. Naval Train-Haute Ordnance Depot before he jJlg School. Bronx, N. Y. for her Football Notes - m - XAFAYETTE, 'In, (I. Rooking forward with some' ..misgivings to the game with Navy in Baltimore Saturday, Coach Cecil Isbell of Purdue said today he might have Big Ed Cody, hard-hitting fullback, in the line-up for the fintt time in three weeks. He plans, however, to start the same backfield that carried the load in last Saturday's 27 to '7 victory over Northwestern "Stormy" Pfohl and Angolo Carna-ghi at the halfbacks. Bill Canileld at quarter, and "Babe" Diinaucheff at full. CHAMPAIGN, 111. Eddie Bray, bent ground, gainer for Illinois last year, may be .out of the Ohio State game at Cleveland next Saturday because of the recurrence of an old knee injury, Coach Kay Eliot reported todayv MADISON, Wis. Practice was called off today for the University of Wisconsin football team so that the playerB might attend the funeral of -their teammate, Allan Shafer. quarterback, who was fatally injured in last Saturday's game with Iowa. ...vltf t ' WESTERN CONKKP.EXCE FOOTBALL STAA'DINGS (f ISP.- '?zrf 1 ) .rim' course Radio Operator. Army Airways Communications System, Radio Mechanics AACS. U.S.A. S 2c Jack Granger is now on sea duty following a seven day leave spent with his wife, Donna and son of Universal. Seaman Granger unlisted in the U. S. Navy, July 8 of this year and received his basic training at Camp Peary. Wil-liamsuuig. Va. U.S.A. Mary Joscphone Povlin of 1315 Lawrence St.. N. E. Washington. D. was sworn into Ihe Waves al the j office of Naval Procurement. Wash id. ( November 9. 1944. She is re- basic lv4 4. training ou December 14. She is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Povlin of Universal. U.S.A. Joe Carrel S 2c. recently took pari In a musical program (he Sun day before Navy Day at Memphis, j Teiin. He was a pari of a 270 voice niale chorus and Ihe program was broadcast over WMC. His address is Joe Carre S 2c AOM. Barracks 20, G-ll-B. Mem phis, Tenn Executive Officer Of WROWis Transferred To Texas War Plant Continued nvm pag I) C. Miller. CaM- j-loyd ii. Mount. U. ami Mrs. William T- Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Henry ptun. Mr. and Mis. Hoy DOESN'T HAVE I MUCH TO BE FUN she training consisted of a It IT otMwt. a fcrt. sack; iA Me op mis i88 Pomos, eoa : is exceptoUuiyF4si;M4M&BeN chie Carmichael, Mrs. Ellen Neal, i Mrs. Ed Taylor, Mrs. Emma Cunningham, Mrs. Harry Morgan, Mrs. Pearl Davis, and Mrs. Winifred Taylor. Clinton Man Writes Of Eleven-Hoosier Crew in New Guinea (Continued trom page 1) Crompton Hill and Fairview. The other Hoosiers are T5 Bryan Tol-bert, alio a tank driver. Mitchell; elaio., "Hoiman" ii .lock and, tank driver Hammond; T4 James Rickey, firsi b i:,-,.fi,.l,l- tr Delbert Todd. W. L. T. Pet. P. OP. O. State .4 0 0 1,000 109 28 Purdue 4 1 0 .800 137 73 Michigan -4 I 0 .800 109 47 Indiana -8 3 0 .500 105 73 Illinois 2 2 0 .500 85 73 Wisconsin 2 2 0 ' .500 40 68 Minnesota 1 2 1 .333 60 90 N'western 0 4 1 .000 34 89 Jowa 0 5 0 ,000 20 150 Direct Appeal To FDR Planned On Army-Navy Game WASHINGTON, D. C Members of the house and senate planned today to ask congressional leaders to appeal directly to President Roosevelt to transfer the Army-Navy football game from Annapolis to a big cily stadium. Congressional interest in the matter was stirred up when the Treasury requested that the game be shifted to either Philadelphia or New York as an aid to the impend Tiiis Week's dunes Northwestern at Notre Dame. Illinois vs. Ohio State at Cleveland. Pittsburgh a't Indiana. Wisconsin at Michigan. Minnesota at Iowa. Purdue at Navy. SOUTH BEND, Ind. Capt. Pat Filley and Fred Itovai, Notre Dame guards, were on the sidelines today and Filley may be lost for the remainder of the season as the result of knee injuries suffered Saturday In the crushing 69 to 0 defeat ad ministered by Army. Philadelphia, Pa. Penn'B young sters were not at all too happy to day about the adjectives their back field Coach Horace Hendrickson used in his scouting report on Army's powerhouse . eleven which clashes with the Quakers on Saturday. SoiH Hendrickson- "The Army Said HtnarUKfcon. jut army ing Sixth War Bond Drive and the pvt. Tip Cherry, 37 mm gunner. In-White House indicated there would dianapolis; T5 Donald S. Thomp-be no change made. son, machine-gunner, Marion; T4 Rep. Carter Manasco (D) Ala., ' Kenneth "Pluto" Langley, radio op- 0 KEEPS yOU IN TRIM! HELPS YOU RELAX! Between Strikes You Can Enjoy Good Coid Drinks At Our Fountain Service LUCKY STRIKE BOWLING ALLEY 8 WELL-LIGHTED ALLEYS K. Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. K.nri . ,-LeLturue, fliiw ....... MaBters. Mr. and Mrs. A. . Can i-i-bell, Mrs. Catherine Mrs. Lora Davis. Mirs Ann Jtinole. Miss Jeau Tate. Miss Diana J'ovelones. .Mrs. Ruth Lewis. Miss Rosemary Johnson and Miss Miriam Conner. LI. and Mrs. Mills, together wiili their son. jDarid. left Thursday to drhe to their new posl in Texas. tl'K' I.M.i.'J 8 mun i;: i r.e inrmiilit V? l-f 'Jliurnion A .Minor "llTiic. K-IIvch pll judo. HcUiiij:. tor. ii.-tin gfH'K! 'J h-n tftirti to Blirink- (.wt-Linj;. t.'.flon. -et 1.(I0 t nt.w Tliuriitun fc Minor's Kcctiil niiiUnciit. f.r Thornton tV Minor llrctal -S;iiiKjJii;.rifB. otify a itR- cenU more. Ity DUCTOKS voy TUiAl". At all u"1 rtmc sl"rvs mt,vii Ht'ie. In Omi'Hi j (JilliK i'lmriun-.v. Positive Relief for Stomach Sufferers JIUUKY STOM ACH TABLETS Is now available to you in Tablet form. For many years il was necessary to have a JJOCTOICS Prescription to get the 14AKVKV STOMACH TKK.VjT.UKMT. This IMMTOK'S l'OlOll LA is guaranteed to relieve l'LC;n PAIN and that acid, gassy, belchy. constipated, nervous and run-down condition, or your money back. Each box of HAHVKV TAH-J.KTS contains a diet chart that points out the food that causes excessive gas, bloating, and stomach distress. Sold Exclusively By Powell's Pharmacy 129 South Maiu CLINTON. INDIANA Q m THE POLICE WERE ASKINQ ME ABOUT M3U.TH6Y SOT Halsey Warns U.S. Against Phony Peace Feelers From Japan (Kdilois: The following interview j ilh Admiral William F. Halsey was filed via Naiy radio direct from a warship attached to the United Slates Third Fleet somewhere in the western Pacific. This dispatch marks the first time that a newt; story has been transmitted final 111' battle Heel in a combat zone . Jly PHILIP O. MM ABOARD ADMIKAI, HALKEY'S FLACSH1P IN THE WESTEKX PA CJFIC. (Delayed! (Via Nay radio) Admiral William F- Halsey. fighting commander of the mighty tuned Mates third J' leei . I today laid down a blunl warning to; ine America u people oi uie iiinmiirai danger of "phony" peace feelers from Japan iti the face of an enemy announcement indicating thai a compromise end to Ihe war is already in tile minds of the Toli.vo war lords. At the same lime, today's edition of tin1 flagship'B newspapers slated (hat President Roosevelt's reelection ended any chance of a negotiated peace, indicating the general trend of thought of the men ou this vessel. Referring lo the statement in the paper. Halsey. in fighting form, said: "The high-up monkey men know this. The handwriting is on the wall." The four-starred commander of (his mighty battle fleet that receutly wrecked the main portion of the Japanese Imperial Fleet in the most furious air-sea engagement of the war. aired his views ou the present state of the Japanese military mind before a group of war correspondents in his cabin aboard this flagship. Comfortably dressed for the penetrating heat in shorts and an elbow-sleeved shirt that gave correspondents a glimpse of the blue anchor jlatooed on his upper right arm in (the seafaring tradition. "Bull" Hal- sey paced in front of his desk as he brushed aside Willi evident anger the delusion that we can do business with Ihe Japs. To the American people he had Ibis to say: "It is most important that you do not weaken back home now that complete victory is certain. We must keep on fighting!" Halsey foresaw prospects of Japanese peace feelers in the chance that the enemy's big industrialists might be able to unseat the present military regime in the hope of saving their production plants from being bombed into oblivion by American saturation raids. While not elaborating further on this possibility, he Had previously told this correspondent dial (lie mo tives behind any such regoliatedl peace utters would be anything bui j a true desire for peace and lhal the PROSECUTE ELA1H3 1J I CAME BACK W TELL CU THAT vJ XS l I I . , IAiELL. THROUGH THAT PEN LETTER, THERE'S HARM IN (1 tank driver. Indianapolis; Cpl. Roberts "Bob" Shields, tank command 1 W I r. - i turn punts, block, pass, run inside change, upon tli"ir return to the or outside, defend . against any of- capital today, fense and do everything demanded 1 At the same time. House Minor-of a football team. Frankly I have ity Leader Martin said he thought never seen a faster team in college it was "foolish" to limit attendance or any kind o( football for that mat- at the game to residents of the Au- the jllfd e K ,,, Aprii of this, ye(ir JJp graua.d rIum cliulon I year. ui,i i,, ii and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joliu p. Reed ol route two. U.S.A. John R. Robertson. 19, sou of Mrs. Vera Robertson. 923 Blackmau street. Clinton was recently promoted to the grade or Staff Sergeant. A waist gunner on a Fifteenth Air Force B-24 with a group commanded by Colonel Arnold L. Schroeder of Glendale.. Sgt. Robertson arrived overseas last August and lias flown over fifteen missions since then. He has flown on missions over most the countries of occupied Europe during the tour of duty, including Germany. Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary. Yugo-Slavia and Greece. Sgt. Robertson graduated from the Clinton High School and entered the army in April. 1943. U.S.A. Sgt. Chai-les E. Shannon of route three, Clinton has just graduated from the Light Anti-Aircraft Course at the Ordnance School. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Sgt. Shannon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles It. Shannon of route three and the husband of the former Angeline Reposh of Clinton. U.S.A. Mrs. Marie Foltz Slepp of Paris. 111. formerly of Blanford has received word that her husband. Pvt. Billy Stepp has arrived safely in England. Pvt. Stepp has been in service for twenly-two months. His last furlough was spent with his wife and daughter in August. U.S.A.- Pvt. Paul J. Betasso. son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Bettasso of route one. Clinton has just been graduated from the radio school of the Army Air Forces Training Com- Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIKOPKACTOB X-Ray 235Vi Blackmail THNC5 LIMDELL SEES J Tfl I 1H"1'II OH, -,- s- fed I k,tJ Vl IfaPLlO, JafZri I ARE VOU GOING W'thAS A (V"- - .' ;,;- : LvmWT'10 V '.! f"'.'' X fTI T'M HONORED By THIS) tt DID YOU SAV "MIM"?-- TT'1'""" L CALL--BUT WHERE IS ( F HOW YOU AMUSE ME WITH r-' 'Al'f -,it1f; i DOKTOR KRUGO ? I'M )( YOUR CHILDISH IMITATION I S 7A , iff" -A. -n-VW . , V ESPECIAUy ANXIOUS ) vofthe BRILLIANT GESTAPO-i t. ! W) - Wi till II h-srm Mfjfl7 . TUo Ar.Ht, lino I c in si aL'ZrPS- slvo and constantly active. Coach George 'Muutjcr said: 11 do our hest." 'We' BLOOM I NGTON , Ind. Jndiuna Cniversily's foolhall players were to resume pracllce today in xirenaratiou for the final home game with I'ittn-burgh. They remained away from the'drill field yesterday to rest after last Saturday's losing game with Minnesota. - Few severe Injuries were suffered by the Hoosiers in the encounter. Capt. John Tavener suffered a knee Injury and Dob Kavensberg. end re-injured his. ankles, but (he rest of the squad escaped with minor bruises. --'A't Liquor From Rug New Jersey f-iquor board sgenti literally wrung evidence out ot rug enough, anyway, to cause a womaji to be fined $lf on a charge of possessing untaxed alcohol. Eaiding the woman's home, agenta found several brolien comes on suspiciously j carpet which was damp,,. They decided on uie squecte play... - ... paj -'. ' Efficient Machine The dairy cow is the most efficient machine in the world for converting such raw materials as legume hay, siicge, grains, and pasture into the most valuable and essential finished rjroduct. milk. fKMKTKKV MIJMOHI.U.S MONI MKNTS and .MAHKKKS Tcitc llnulo Monument Co. KIIEI.L V. I I I K J'Iioot 382 JlrirFentaliv a& K. tM-veiilli, f'linlon LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY; MEALS TURNED TO GAS saio ne wouia as op.-. land House Majority Leader McCor- mack to lead a house group in a ,EiH, fr a liaPOJlS aiC UWauw iranspoiaiiou ouiicujut-o Sen. Edwin C. Johnson IB) Colo., a ranking member of Ihe senate military affairs committee, also declared he was whole-heartedly in favor of a transfer and added he was most willing lo accompany any oilier congressmen on a isil lo the White House. The Army-Navy conies!, which now slacks up as Ihe outstanding college game of Ihe year, has been set for Dec. 2 al Ihe Naval Academy's Stadium in Annapolis. Md., which seats only about 13.000. There has been a widespread drive to have the game transferred bul il lias been un.sueecssful. The While House attitude appeared sllll lo be unfavorable, when president ill I Secretary Stephen T. Karly lold reporters " I lliink tlml for Ihe dura I ion the 1'residenl will keep the game on a community-limited basis." Karly's statement was taken as definite indication llial the. President most lik'ly would not change the wartime practice of holding the annual servic g:mie eillier ai nnn-I'oinl anil limiting iinolis or attejifhinc a lii-niih W lo those liiing wiiliin riiilins. Boost Clinton Township Funds (Continued F Hn Pae 1) $5, (leorge Kerley; $.'!, lidlia M. A'l-good. lteporled by Mrs. Helms -ii'! Mrs Dates $.r,0. Ohio Oil Com tic. : 2.". Kappa Delta I'hi, Clinlon Vi.hinler Fire Department. American Legion i 1'ost No. 140, I. O. O. V. Lodge No !35; 10. Keys Class Melhoilist K. ' Church, Kdilh Strain, Wakofe Club. Clinton Exchange l i b, John Hux-ford, Ladies Auxiliary Half Cer'u- Mrs Brammer, Mrs. Iief:ie Klni' 'U. aivw. is. Siuip-on, Mti- Ar-1 'S-'Qy f, m JTS- V" P& iC-v er.' Monrovia and Pvt. William "Bill" Cook, machine-gunner. TILLIE the TOILER LOU, I CAN'T AAJHEM SHE'S GOT A SCk t-l-vn-lq:Q - lw - - By Rujl WritovfT it - A & fcOMt IN. HERB TV It II AN : UCl. p.-3feJfe DUNN Operative mimf dwywri ... mmwm. hair . it mm Wm YOU D'T MEAN THAT YWE Nr UKE rfric ff WE V, lT f " EXCUSE ME. BOYS -V' ',ff YOO 06IECT TO TUES6 X UNTRAINED HANDS ! flTZ AND START HERE LIKE n , l y , piDN'T KNOW "ntXJ HAD ' Jt TIO GENTS BEIKS YOUR ) AQ6NT EVEN i3USiMESS MEN! . J liM fc VGLA6SE Wl TAPES L' - pTGri M 0 Frp(t4 , tw3 rWt A WM I CTI-i-C- I fTI 1 TILLIE, I'VJE SOT SOME- SERIOUS TO TALK ANONyMQOS LETTER ( SAVIiVfTj r MERCY ! TO "YOU VOU aJERE A SPY' ABOUT J pOSOU-l .'! f fSClLJ NO J WrT (!,( VijtL a 1 ry; J5.36, Jacksonville r. i. ; , One lady aald recently that her American Legion Auxiliary, Daugh-Btn?ach used to be like . "gas fac ters of America. Eagles H. M. Hol-"r"-" That to, when she ate a meal llngsworth, John R. Paine, J. b red t seemed lo lum right Into gas. Clark. Mrs. Jessie Davidson; $3, A -8he always bloalell, had awful pha Cub: $2 50, Outing Club; i. stomach gaa pains, daily headachea Mr. and Mrs. Koy McKinney, D E. and constant irregular bowe! action. B. Club. Mothers Leisure Cub Mr. Now, however, this lady says she is Margaret Bate, reported a total of FREE of STOMACH OAS and she M0.80 from her district. avs the change is due lo Inking South West District, total 81 9 FKB-HELP. Her nieuls agree wilh (Mrs. Elizabeth Cuerri, director), her No gaa or bloat after eating. $5. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Guerri. Mr Headaches and constipation areland Mrs. Pete Taylor. Dreamland cone. "Oh! what relief!" slates this pleasure Club, Mr. and Mrs. Si Mat-lady "Why don't other gas and con- tioda, Arthur Ferguson, Mr. and stlpatlon sufferers get Erb-Help?" Mrs. Dave Lawson; $, Mr. and EKB-HEM' contain. 12 (ireat l Mrs. William Cray; 2, Mr, and Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear Mrs. Charles ' Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. gas from stomach, ait on sluggish : parke Phillips, Mrs. Chaiif s Wits-liver and kidneys. Miserable people man, Maude Oravham; S7 othur soon feel different all over. So don't , contributions totalled 140.95. suffei-ing! fiet ERB-HEI.P.' Southwest district workers were: White's (Hevnll) Pharmacy Drug (iuife, ftt-

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