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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Monday, December 4, 1911. Page Five- MUSSOLINI BIDS HITLER GOODBY IN FORM - - - By Jack Sords National Grid Title Goes To Army for '44 Kaydets End Unbeaten Three Russian Armies Crash Across Hungary (Continues uom page 1) k&Jji. 'feus"5" Year With Win over Navy; Way Clear for Erection Of Indiana 'Boys Town' INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The way had been clenred legally today for the erection of u new boys town In Lake County although a definite sll; had not been chosen yet. Incorporation paperB were Issued by Secretary of State Rue J. Alexander for the home. In bn kuown as tho Home of Opportunity for Youths. Approval of th" Stale Welfare Dc partment also has been given to the sponsor, The Rev. Michael A. Ciim-pagna. of Immaculate Conception Church, East Chicago, since the home will shelter minors. Although a site three miles west of Crown Point was selected tentatively, surveys have shown that the land is subject to floods so other sites are being considered, Father Campagna said. He Is accepting invitations to appear before civic clubs and other organizations to present plans for the home, which would operate on the principle of the famous Boys Town. JNotre Dame Defeats 11 From Great Lakes, Hi. ItB great offensive across the Danube river southwest of Budapest and captured the key town of Dunn-foelilvar, 4 5 nillea from the Hungarian capital. NEW YORK, N. Y. One of the strongest college football teams evor Circle Railroad I'olnt The sweep of Tolbukhln's forces also enveloped the town of Tamasi, seen in the long history of the sport was back among the hills and spired a key railroad point, and 80 other buildings of the military academy today after completing a brilliant towns and villages in a drive aimed ultimately at Vienna which Is less season with a dramatic triumph ov er Navy. The Cadets had much to be triumphant about, They had thorough than 150 miles from Red army vanguards. As Moscow announced one fresh victory after another on the vast ly whipped Navy, 23 to 7, for the first time since 1938; had rolled GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY through their first undefeated, tin I Hungarian front, military observers commented that the entire German-i Hungarian defense line fr6m south- ern Poland to Yugoslavia was crum tied campaign since 1916; had amassed a total of 504 points to the CAPTION ACCOMPANYING this British official photo, which was taken from a captured German newsreel, describes It as showing Benito Mussolini bidding farewell to Adolf Hitler after visiting him following the bombing attempt on Hitler's life. (International) opposition's 35 in nine games and with their climatic victory over the LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY; MEALS TURNED TO GAS naval academy, had proved the bling as the Russians stormed In the direction of I lie southeastern approaches to the i;.-leh. Other columns oi' Ceil. Ivan Pet-rov'B fourth Ukrainian army fighting in eastern Czechoslovakia were I goes through, It was not clear how (Sawyer, Methodist minister from strength of a line which had come Williams, Ariz., the sun broke through the clouds and provided a his post would be distinguished from that of Dean Acheson. who now handles similar problems. in for more than a share of its crl ticism. HUM Million in Bonds One lady said recently that her yy v.;. y dazzling background for t lie stomach used to be like a "gas far-tory!" That is, when she ate a meal In doing all this, the Cadets also Chandler Roosevelt, 10-year-old It seemed to turn right Into sas. reported to have engulfed 25 towns and villages as they hammered the enemy in a drive which threatens to cut the Nazi supply routes through the Canathlnns into Poland. Nazi defense of Miskolc was fan Department to K'xpand State Department officials said other assistant secretaries will be appointed as soon as congressional performed BO percent of the Job of bringing in a total subscription of $58,637,000 in war bonds bought by daughter of the bridegroom, was she MaJ, aiv,1VH Moated, had awful maid of honor and Mrs. Joseph Liv-1 gtomach gas pains, daily headaches approval Is given to the creation of engood, granddaughter of the late -n(j conf,tant Irregular bowel action. the mob of 66,566 which flooded In BACk." i") COMrfcfn"Wfc Okie 4auf Vsarsop atically bitter, Moscow reported additional posts of this rank In the 1 Mme. Schumann-Heink, was matron , now, however, tlilH lady says she is to Baltimore Stadium for the year's FREE of STOMACH HAS and she the Germans attempted to hold that , department. Secretary of State Hull of honor. most colorful sports event. key center or war muusiry auu com The game was fought bitterly from the opening klckoff, but Ar munications. The Russians first snys the change is due to taking ERB-HELP. Her meals agree with her. No gas or bloat after eating. Miss Emerson was given In marriage by John Meyers, Hughes Corp. executive. He has long early this year sent to congress a request for such expansion, which has already passed the house and awaits senate action. 4f rtfo&ftRpOP&O, Hi$ Pies-f-rbuKAiAfcWT' siaIcs- been a friend of Col. Roosevelt. Jack . Headaches and constipation are Frye. president of Transcontinental j gone. "Oh! wnat renei; suues uu and Western Airlines, was best man. j lady: "Why don't other gas and con- broke into the town from the south and whipped the Germans back block by block. Other columns effected a crossing over the Sajo river and blasted their way into the town from the east, catching the German garrison In a flank attack and driving it out of the city. my's power -plus a couple of breaks quickly put the Navy on the defensive. Then, in a thrilling comeback atfer a succession of fumbles and bungles by the strong but over-eager Army backs. Navy fought Army to a standstill in the first quarter. Opens Up in Second In the second quarter, Army started to roll. With the ball on the Ar end Bob Skoglund and a one-yard sneak by Kelly. Engineers 8core Win Elliott Koosevelt and Bride Honeymoon in Colorado GRAND CANYON, Ariz. Col. Elliott Roosevelt, second son of the President, and his bride, blonde screen actress Faye Emerson, are honeymooning today amid the beauties of a scenic wonderland follow stipatlon surrerers gei, r-ru-m-ip , EKB-HEW contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get EKB-HELP. White's (Itcxall) Pharmacy Drug Store. Georgia Tech captured the south Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235Vt Blackman eastern title by trouncing Georgia, 44 to 0. It was the first time the Engineers had scored a triumph in Athens, Ga., since 1893. Optimism Mounts Over Smashing Success of Allied Winter Offensive LONDON, England. ' Growing optimism prevailed today in Allied military circles regarding the smashing winter offensive on thhe western front where observers believe the German armies are approaching the breaking point. It is estimated that Cen. Dwight ing their marriage yesterday on the w j mm rer s?i a.'rP. f s &' MM S Grew Drummed As Successor To Stettinius SSffS tSMSi fSMS. M WMffl .-.'--'-"-- very rim of the Grand Canyon. Colonel Roosevelt revealed last night that they plan to spend a week at the Grand Canyon. They will remain at El Tovar Hotel if the weather continues- stormy or go to a neighboring cattle ranch if it bo- JOIN THIS FUN AT THE , . Football Notes my 18, Tom Lombardo faked to national high-scorer Glenn Davis, then slid the pill to Dale Hall, who crossed the goal line standing up. At this point Dick Walterhouse, a human kicking robot, broke the national record for points after touchdown with his forty-fifth of the season. Walterhouse also was successful in boots after the other two Army touchdowns. The absence of Navy back Bob Jenkins, who was kicked In the head in the third scrimmage of the game, began to tell. Army blocked a kick for a safety in the third period and was rolling toward another score when the Navy, scrapping des NEW YORK, N. Y. The Intcrnat- Eisenhower's seven fui waru-unving comes fine. (Continued rrota page 1) ional News Service All-America . armies eliminated at least six more Nazi divisions in the waning days of The wedding took place yesterday morning on the terrace of the ranger station at Yavapai Point, which overlooks the vast and colorful CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY htbllVAL FAIRVIEW SCHOOL 1 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1944 P CHILI HOT DOGS PIE CAKE AND P ICE CREAM WILL BE SERVED. M ' Hnme Talent Show Needlework football team for 1944: First Team Player School Jack Dugger Ohio State Don Whltmire Navy The other two assistant secretaries, Dean Acheson and G. Howland Shaw, were asked to remain at their present posts. Two new assistant secretaries will be appointed. They are reported to chasm where a mountain has been - November. Pos. I While the Allies' rate or advance End may be considered slow, the prog-Tackle ross of tho offensive is authoritative-Guard iy described as steady and sure, and Center the result of the relentless blows a-Guard gainst the Wehrmacht along the I i I I 3k 3k i' 3k turned upside down by nature and painted with vivid hues of geological Joe Stanowicz Army John Tavenor Indiana strata. Ben Chase Navy A swirling snow storm, which John Ferraro U. S. C. Tackle 4on-nile front is becoming more ap- spread a three-incii-thick white car Phil Tinsley Georgia Tech pel over the countryside, broke just Fish Pond Crowning of King and Queen Cake Walk Art Gallery . . Peek Show DOORS OPEN AT 5 P. M. Sponsored By Fairview PTA be Nelson Rockefeller, now co-ordin-ator of Inter-American Affairs, as assistant secretary of state ill charge of Latin-Anierieau affairs, and W. L. Clayton, Surplus War Property Administrator, as assistant secretary in charge of international trade and finance. as the wedding party left El Tovar 0. M 0. Lnd parent daily. Back With the half dozen more Nazi Back divisions wrecked in t he last half of Back November. It Is conservatively be-Back lieved that Field .Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt's armies are steadily Hotel to drive a mile and a half to Yavapai Point. As Col. Roosevelt and Miss Emer- Les Horvath - Ohio State Glenn Davis Army Boris Dlmancheff Purdue Felix Blanchard Army Second Team Ends, Paul Walker, Yale, in case Clayton's nuuointment 1 son stood before the Key. Roger W. WIMM1mmmmmmtmmmmmtllXmifn and Hearing a breaking point. ' , ' : 1 - 1 W (DHAT Pit? 1 Y SAlP IT JUST CAN'T BE V? J C ' r xO? 0 f SAV OUVE? ) POSSIBLE TO PAINT A SHIP X&J , SirffSsfe sS--v O'S IT CAN'T BE SEEN IJ.J, ;T CAN'T BE THAT A -f01 (V -r, Tf T . ' ULPBE PAINTEPSO-S jjg ' j;,,, jQ x J VSl ', perately, punched back with Clyde Scott's tally ou a line punch and Vic Kinos' tnt(fsron " " The -fourth quarter saw Army break loose Tor two touchdowns. The bull-like Doc Blanchard battered his way downfield in a succession of plays, then crashed nine yards to a touchdown. Davis, staging an almost unbelievable burst of speed, ran 50 yards of Army's last touchdown of the game and season. Irish Paste trreat Lakes At South Bend. Ind., the Irish of Notre Dame exploded in the Inst period to hand Great Lakes a 28 to 7 pasting. The Sailors pushed Notre Dame around in the first quarter then went ahead on Jim Youel's one-yard sneak over the line in the second period. The Irish bounced back, however to tie the score in this period on Frank Dancewicz's 15-yard scoring pass to Bob Kelly. Notre Dame scored once in the third period as Great Lakes halfback Ed Saenz was hit hard enough George Poole, Army. Tackles, Milan Lazetich, Michigan, and Bill Willis, Ohio State. Guards, Bill Hackett. Ohio State, and John Green, Army. Center, Tex Warrington, Auburn. Backs. Claude Young Illinois; Bob Jenkins. Navy; Bob Fonimoro, Okla. A. and M., and Bob Kelly, Notre Dame. - American PT Boats Harass Jap Shipping Thimble P fi :rMy (Continued from page 1) on the Sailors goal line by guard John Mastrangelo to lose the ball and Irish end Doug Waybright recovered to score. Notre Dame scored twice in the last period on a three-yard pass from Dancewicz to Heavy bombers based in Australia! were credited with sinking a 3.000 I ineatre r mmm 0BSUE?JM f well, slow p J 1 Wm- ton freighter in the Borneo area. Direct hits sank the vessel in one Although the rains have hampered 1 air activity on Leyte, our fighterB are managing to get in the air and MONUMENTS 9 A Complete Ijlne For Service Drop Cs A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana attack enemy bases and supply lines nnnrvr V?r 'J JEEP u T "hp in the Orntoc corridor. The latest blow was struck at Valencia, north rurtiE .- Sve A MiEME?y - TT of Ormoc. BASKETBALL FRIDAY, DECEMBER Z CHS vs. HiOCM!SC... p-fij if I LADN'T ,E STAg-AND WAT I FOUND OU!.' (SiiV 'BlaS J V ulAVl U U-t tf yjS BREADTH rSCEATGUNSl iVVi- ""N&.l I Vll On OJCB TO HCB DRES51MG " I V FOR MWR AWKWAHDneSS, I HAD "1 KwiS9 RACK -OU ARE 100 BEAUTIFUL 1 JjTAiLABOCT In "T V -V ' MTlltE I RRED.MR HOLLlMGSWORTM WrL rjk MO TOO IdAlH AND ARRO- hJ KUMDA' WUERB KNOM-t VL-t LWT 7 t 6EBLOV I COULD MAKE VOCI B 6ANT FOR EMT,RE LANSUASES! " iJj ...nn,r l 6 sUr ' 4thOX3UT-ZJU. VTAERE AFTER THE LION STUMT aTrEAL FILM STAR ! V I REFUSE WUR OFFER ! . & HARRY b, -lr - -CT " y .t- " 1 I I I CLINTON HIGH SCHGGL GYMNASIUM GAMES AT 7 AND 8 P. M. SEASON TICKETS $2.25 Tax Inch General Admission 35c NEXT HOME CAME DECEMBER 15 CHS vs, OTTER CREEK

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