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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 29, 1944
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Tae Flvf THE DAILY CLINT ONI AN Wednesday, November 29, 1944, UP FOR DECISION DEC. 2 - By Jack Sords be made the following Friday when thev take on the Sullivan Golden '1 Arrows and will be all out to a- Northwest Iteicli Supply Dumps Lashed in Af lacks (Continued bom page 1) Gilbert Hewitt, director of the groBS income tax department; Thurinan A. Gottschalk, head of the welfare division, and Ray Smith, secretary to Governor Schricker, will be retained In some capacities for many months to forestall confusion in the transition period. venge the defeat the Wildcats suffered on the gridiron this season. Senate Unanimous In Approval Of Stettinius Post (Contlbued ii om page 1) Summary: CLINTON (59) FG FT PF W. Archer, f 2 0 0 Foster, f 8 Initihl Win Scored by CHS Cage Wildcats Hungerf ord, Foster Lead Local Hardwooders to Win Over Newport in First Game of Current Season Propelling the lid off the 1944-45 Goodman, f 0 blows at V-Two rocket bomb erection and launching Bites in occupied portions of the Netherlands. The assaults also have been extended to the road and water transportation lines over w hich I he Germans supply the rocket bases. Gilmau, f Hungerford, f Wilson, f James, f Curry, c Watson, g Smith, g Capt. Don Gentile, Top L'S Air Ace, is Married COLCMHI'S, Ohio. In a mod basketball Reason. Couch Hob Burton's Clinton High School Wildcat INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. James M. Glvens, State Treasurer, will head the three-man inaugural committee In charge of ceremonies Jan. 8 during which Ralph F. Gates will be sworn into office as Governor. Other members of the committee, named by outgoing Governor Henry F. Schricker following a conference with the Governor-elect, are: Judge Frank Hlchman, of the Stutu Supreme Court, and OUo K. Jensen, Chief Examiner of the State Board of Accounts. The cluiirnian and Judge Rlchiiian are Republicans, while Jeusen is a Democrat. Simple ceremonies are to be held In the rotunda of the Statu House, according to present Inaugural plans. Lieutenant Governor-elect Richard T. James and Attorney General James A. Emmert also will take office at the same time. imiotliered the Newport Tlgeni In a 59-31 session at the county sent est church on a Columbus side street, dipt. Don S. Gentile of I'iqua. Ohio, one of America's foremost fighter pilots, captured his best Hospital at nearby Bethesda. Md., to recover from a persistent illness. Hurley Succeeds tiaiu.. Hurley, also popular with Congress, succeeds Clarence K. Gauss, who recently resigned as Chinese Ambassador. Hasten International I'onfereiun Some Senate Foreign Relations Committee members believe thut the appointment of Stettinius may hasten n second Dumbarton Oaks Conference at the level of ministers of states. Hud Mr. ltoosevell chosen a Secretary of State unfamiliar with diplomatic negotiations of recent months, these Senators said, another international conference to finally approve an international peace organization might have been delayed. May Await Tri-Power Parley A resumption of the Dumbarton Oaks meeting in January appears likely, unless it is felt necessary to postpone it until the anticipated con-t-o,.ntir, r Mr- RrwiHvelt. Prime Min prize today. Al solemn high mass, the 23-year- Totals 25 9 1 0 NHWPOHT (31) FG FT I'F McMasters, f 7 0 2 Sager, f - 0 0 1 Canady, f --- 1 1 Wickens, c 12 3 Moore, g 111 Wiggins, g 3 1 1 Butler, g 0 10 Totals 13 6 9 Score by quarters: Clinton 14 28 4759 Newport 6 17 2431 Officials: Mendenhall, Bartlett. 'jm mm " ' old Mustang Tighter pilot who has shot down four more planes than Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker. was married to his childhood sweetheart. the former Isabella Masuea, of The couple spoke their marital mt vows before (he Rev. Rocco Petrac-ca, and the Rev. Raymond Bauchard, U. S. Planes Again Over Tokyo; Leyte Under Nav al Attack ister Churchill and Murshal Stalin. ill St. John the Baptist Church. Capt. Gentle and his 20-year-old bride will honeymoon in New York City. Later the bridegroom will return to his post at Wright Field, Dayton, where he is studying jet propulsion. His bride will reside in (Continued from page 1) Columbus. Major Shakeup In State Government Forestalled: Gates Tills ineffectiveness is believed due primarily to the numerous neutralization assaults on Jap airfields and other installations in the Bonins. The last of these to be announced occurred Friday when Seventh Army Big Nine Names Three More As "Most Valuable" Three new selections were added today to the list of most valuable football players on Western Conference teams in the season just closed. Michigan's football players chose Don Lund, who became regular fullback when Bob Wiese was transferred, as their most valuable man for the year. Lund already is a seven-letter man. In a close vote, the Minnesota Gophers picked Johnny Lundquist of P-nnHa Pallo Mini) wllO IllaVed Guest Colds Liberators dropped bombs on the (Continued from page 1) Jap radio station at Chichi Jima. Jans Must Decide I Real Estate Transfers j !' Bessie Spun- to Margaret Vincent, trustee to re-convey pt. 34-16-9. fl. Margaret Vincent, trustee to Bessie Bonebrake pt. 34-16-9. $1. The radio station obviously could be used to warn Tokyo of the approach of U. S. bombing forces long before they arrived, thus permitting the alerting of anti-aircraft defenses. ing to speculation as to whether the aged soldier might be included in the formation of the new government. Socialist Kefuses Meeting Humberto also conferred with Palmiro Togliatti. leader of the communist faction but I'ietro Nenni, secretary of the Socialist Party, refused to meet the Crown Prince in his palace. An NBC broadcast from Rome predicted that Honomi would again be the premier when the new cabinet was formed. Frank Jackson et ux to Melbourne The present situation is such, it is believed, that Japan must soon make right halfback for the second year. I Riley, trustee to re-convey pt. 15-14- gymnasium last night, leadiiiK throughout the game. Paced by Hungeiford and Foster, the Wildcats snared an early eight point lead by virtue of a 14-6 first quarter score, enlarged their lead to a 28-17 margin at the half, then went far out in front In the third quarter with a 47-24 count. Newport Puis I.'p Fifiht Newport's Tigers put up a game fight even though they were substantially outplayed by the Wildcats. It was the Newport crew's fourth game of the season and marked their highest scoring game to date. Two Score 25 Points Between them, Hungeiford and Foster, both lettermen from last year's team, scored 25 points; Hun-gerford garnering eight field goals and three free throws while FoBter sank eight baskets. Darrel Watson, another of last year's holdovers turned in eight points while last year's guard, lurry, turned In a good performance at his post. '"' McMasters lead the scoring for Newport, ringing up 14 points while Wiggins took second honors with seven. Work Out Technique The local team started fust, capitalizing on the smooth under-the-basket technique worked out by the top-scoring Clinton players. They worked out a neat relay system that consistently befuddled the Newport-lans, allowing them to use the play to advantage repeatedly. Speed, height and weight were on the Cats', side making up for their lack of experience as this was the first game of the season for the hardwood crew. Several football kinks have yet to be worked out. In the cases of the boys who shifted from one sport to the other at the close of the gridiron season. Based on last night's performance, the current hardwood crop hears all promises to be the expected smooth-running Burton basketball machine throwing a well-balanced cage crew into high gear. KilteiiH Win Too The Clinton Kittens made a clean sweep of the evening by taking (he Tiger Cubs in a 40-22 curtain raiser. Richards led for Newport with 12 points while Murphy look Clinton honors with 11. Clinton's next game will be at Terre Haute against the Garfield Purple Kagles next Tuesday night. Their debut on the home floor will up her mind whether to abandon th to institute this regime of the slowly falling axe than it was for Paul V. McNutt In 1933. Today the government jobs are not as alluring as they were during the height of the depression. In fact, the major headache of Dudley Smith, state personnel director, is to find persons who will accept minor state positions, because they can obtain more lucrative jobs outside the state house. Gates has conferred with Democratic Governor Henry F. Schricker with a view of making the turnover of administrations as painless as possible, both for the public and the job holders. Indications are that key men like Act promptly, Mother, to lielp relieve muscular soreness or tightness, congestion and irritation in upper breathing passages, fits of coughing due to coius. Rub on Vicks VapoRub ... it PENETRATES to upper bronchial tubes with its special medicinal vapors, STIMULATES chest and back surfaces like a warming poultice,. Often by morning most of the misery of the cold is gone ! Remember ONLY VAPORUB Gives You thUspe- cial double action. It's time-tested, home-proved . . . the best-known home Bonins or risk a substantial en gagement to hold them. He had only a two-vote margin over Wayne "Red" Williams of Minneapolis, a halfback, and Rudy Sikich of Hibbing, Minn., tackle. The selection of the Wisconsin Badgers was Clarence Esser, right tackle, who was practically a 60-minute man throughout the season. He edged out "Jug" Glrard, back-field man, who was at a disadvantage from having missed three games Clean Valve The safety valve must be thoroughly cleaned after a pressure cooker is used. Soaking the parts in vinegar or kerosene helps to remove food deposits and corrosion. 10. 1. Melbourne Riley, trustee to re-convey to Maude Jackson pt. 15-14-10. $1. Ortenzio Carosl et ux to Geo. Ad-amovich et al lot 10 block 2 D. VV. Pentreath's 1st add. $1. Clarnery Smith et ux to Monroe Godbrey et ux pt. lot 12 J. S. Gron-dyke's 3rd add. Cayuga, fl. Trustees Realty Ass'n. to Harold R. Street lot 67 Matthews Park add. to Clinton. $300. William B. Gilmour et al to John H. Fllmour et ux lot 48 Commercial Clnh add. to Clinton. $600. Like Warmth Soybeans like warm soil while sprouting and warm weather when growing. They require at least 100 days of warm growing weather. remedy tor rtuev- . ing miseries of children s colds. because of injuries. 1 Illinois previously had selected "Buddy" Young, and Purdue "Babe"., Dlmancheff, both backs. j Michigan also elected a captain for 1945, Bruce Hilkene of Indiana-, polis, an end. Hilkene, however, expects a transfer before the opening of the 1946 season since he is a V- i..,.., .... - ":.:.'. J. N. Jones et ux to Town of Per- 12 Navy trainee. Wisconsin selected aB its honora rysville pt. lots 36 and 37 in original plat of Perrysville. $1250. Maggie Nichols et al to Parvin Allow Brazeal lot 8 Commercial Club add. to Newport. $1. Leland B. Wright to Stacey L. Wright et ux pt. 15-19-9. $25. Rnv V. Slaats et al to Alex W. ry captain for the season Just ended the late Allen Shafer, regular quarterback, who was fatally injured in the game against Iowa three weeks j ago. , I I...- -J.- :':--: : : Sill " ' - " K.',N-3-JT KM fbT II "I l V' Waugh et ux pt. lot 7 blocs 1 Neb-eker's 1st add. Clinton. $10. Robert J. Sabin et ill to Audra 'f. ' t . jmlllllUKHH,!, f'"i """ " f', ' G. Sabin lot 6 block 12 and N 14 lot 6 original plat of Dana. $1. welter Titus et ux to Dorothy Harrison lot 9 block 2 Matthews add. to Clinton. $10. j BOWLING RESULTS WISKRART LKAGl'U ' MODEL CLEANERS Evitt, 102, 111, 143 356; Purcell, 100, 135. 88 323; Gilfoy, 121, 133, 121 375; Fenoglio, 147, 179, 183 509; Mott, 121, 94, 101 316; handicap, 229, 229, 229 687. Totols, , 820, 881, 885 2666. I MORGAN GROCERY Swick, I 171, 189, 164 614; Cox, 135, 114. 1 1 3 4 383; Bridgeman, 133, 131, 134 39g; Garrigus, 142, 146, 89 377; Ross, 149, 189, 148 486; ! handicap, 215, 215, 215 645. to- I tals. 945. 984, 874 2803. British Objections Remove Sforza as New Italian Premier Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235V4 Blackman Even in the rush of war; there's always time for a cheery "please" and a pleasant word of thanks to our customers. That is the Bell System way. It is one of the fine traditions of th (Continued from page 1) ence, the meeting continued in an effort to close the breach between the right and left wings of the par telephone business. FRISTS Toppy, 187, 162, 171 520; Berto, 158, 157, 170 485; Turoci, 189. 165, 148 602; Foster, 157, 137, 166 460; Lammey. 200, 138, 151 489; handicap, 156, 156, 156 468. Totals, 1047, ties. Croeo Offers Help Benedetto Croce. noted Italian savant and political leader, arrived in Rome from Naples and declar himself ready to help in any possible to solve the govcrnnv i-sls. Earlier Prince Huinbe'- i "Id a Beware Coughs ,, from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Teil your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. 3 CREOMULSION For Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis 915. 962 2924. PEPSI COI.A Hays, 179. 1S2, 168 629; Cheek. 1 60. 125, 141 426; Jacltovich. 184. 182. 178 lengthy conference with ner premier Marshal Pietro .jglio, lead- THERE IS ALWAYS TIME TO BE FRIENDLY We are convinced that "The Voice with a Smile" is particularly important in times like these. We think of it as meaning not only a pleasant voice over the telephone, but as a good rule of conduct everywhere. When nerves are apt to be on edge, friendliness and courtesy on all occasions ease the tension of wartime days, get things done faster and better. 644; Maloney, 194, 174, 189 557; Ghidotti, 13:i. 154. 153 440; handicap, 156, 156, 156 4C8. Totals, 1006, 973, 985 2964. S. MATERIAL Zander.. 119. 121, 97 337; Hatfield, 144, 171. 112 427; Pittenger, 208, 126. 142 476; Hollingsworth, 142, 160, 132 434; McCown, 1 48, 145. 123 416; handicap. 208, 208. 208. Totals. 969, 931, 814 2714. REX ALL Reudaci, 1.70, 1 " I . 174 515; Stevenson, 130. "'-'". 1112 447; White, 179. 141. !.:' 472; Hain, 136. 134. 191 '! ; Kilkuiali, 144, 161, 181 tsii; handicap. 1 74. 174. 174 522. Totals, 933, 906, 1064 29(13. A CLINTON L' .i SPIT UP ACID LIQUIDS FOR HOURS AFTER EATING For hours after every meal, a 'Union lady used to spit P lioiig, acidulous liquid mixed with pieces of half-digested food. Hlie ays It was awful. At limes she would lieurly strangle. She l"d Uollla'h Moat, dally headaches and ionl;ml irregular Iiomi'I ael inn. Today, tliis lady rain her meal. "d ,.i,jj.s them. And hc a 'he change is due to taking F.IUMIIXl'. n ! Her food agrees with her. Ji K. 131. 146 CHAPETTE Crowley, 124, 183 43S; Bussing, 135. 1 60. 441; (Juinn, 116. 101, 145 Imiinbw that Comtlpotlon can l. -.. arablMM look bar. I 4 99; 456; i N DIANA B EL t T I I E P H O If E C 6 M P A NY Colombo, 145, 1112. 149 handicap, 146, 162. Ill 466 tals, 958, 930. 959 2''47. STEVENSON Welker, 116. 188 425: Rogers. 172. 141, 1 ' bloat or .pilline "l alter , Klie is also flee of headii' lies lion, f ml howcl arc rcirliii thank.!; till. Remarkable Nmt f'oniMlind. EKH-HKM cuf;:ins ft Ureal ! Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gag from stomach, art on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people, soon feel different all over. So don't po on suffering, liet KHU-HKLl. ! I White's (Keall) I'liannarjr Drug I To- 121. S8 501: Foneannon, 168. 154. 1 9 -290; 369; Constipation can undermine energy and confidence. Take Nature'. Remedy (XII Tablets). Contains no chemicals, nn minerals, no phenol derivatives. Nil Tabletaaro different act different. Purely vegetable combination of 10 vegetable ingredient, formulated over 60 year. ago. XIncoalcd or candy coated, their action is dependable, thorough, yet ceotle, as millions of Kit's have proved. Get a 25f. Convincer Box. Caution: Take only as directed. MS TONIGHT rOMOCCOW ALRIGHT 441; Gilmour, 71, 106, X13 Newsome, 121. 130, 108 handicap. 239, 239, 239 717 tals, 887, 891, 955 2733. To- Ktore. .. r-i r ITUAT OESfilC OP BELINDA WAS ''THIS lOiOT SfOttED A SCEWE I WAS WORKING IN- THAT'S WHAT! men1 pot THAT HOBBLED SWELL ' AMD IT WASnT A PHOWEY Ann it- t jv i T-v-i r i liJC u.ivi CAT IN A SAFE PLACE Y.',-J EITUER.LIKE-- SAVl WMATS GOIMS f. I'LLHAUE PAPA FIRE YOU AIW SAV HAkKY - ON UECE 7! HEUO.MI6S FLACVO; All-VEGETABIE UXATIVE T 1. 1 ti'J ts. '"'""'".VfrT mjmm HAIR -BREADTH HARRY JO? rtABtCTS-Nfl Parent Feed The teed of the parent stock is an Important factor in the development of the chick. One of the results of improper feeding may be chicks of low vitality. Feed lacking in certain ingredients such as vitamins A, D, and G may produce such chicks. However, the hatchabUity may also be affected by inadequate nutrition. If the hatchability is good the feed of the parent stock can probably be eliminated as cause of poor livabUity in the chicks. ONE WORD SUGGESTION FOR ACID INDIGESTION- s WUEVJ! nvjcWTEC ACTRESS OF A FILM B3 WlG.twl rTuwsgtjHg WITM AW U TlMATUM' Wf LL MORE TOMcWA

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