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THE DAILY CLINTON I AN ln;r Fivo Tuesday, December 5, 1944. was in progress ouly 3fi miles soutii of the Hungarian capital. North of the town of Doinhovar, the communique said, the Russians advanced more than 1 miles in the direction of Lake Balaton. rainlan army mounted a new threat against Budapest in a thrust northward to the west of the Danube river which drove the Germans from the strongly fortified town of Bloes-lallas. At last reports stiff fighting American Rockets Major Weapons Against Enemy (Continued F-nm Faga 1) 'Drastic Control' Of US Manpower Is Threatened (Continued from page 1) bank, the Nrai moved desperately j to smash the American bridgehead I with artillery barrages, blasting a-! way at the masonry of the bridge i over which more men and armor I continued to pour into the struggle ! for Germany's rich Saar basin. , The Third Army continued the at-taek toward the Reich frontier sev-jen miles from Sarreguemines and I generally increase pressure all a- has had hard luck along the injury line with several sprained ankles haunting the best players. The Eagles starting lineup will probably be Bland and Baly, guards; Chestnut, center and Nlcosnon and McGinn, guards. Garfield and Clinton met twice last year with the Eagles taking home the winning scores both limes. The Kittens, coached by B. . Mc-Cool will take on the Purple Eaglets in a second team foray. Like their bigger brothers, (he Kittys have one game to their credit, a win over the Newport Tiger Cubs. The roster of the second squad includes Wayland Archer, Jim For-rara, John Goodman, N'iies Kajan- : long Its Saar river front. wt From meagre eariy experiments, the possibility of the United States forces using anything comparable to the V-2. It merely stated that the army and navy have not "officially reported" any American rocket of similar performance. It noted, though, that not all facts on U. S. developments have been reported. Have Your Dry-Cleaning Done "THE MODEL WAY" 323 S. MAIN :-: PHONE 13 536 S. FOURTH :-: PHONE 55 foundry work In which there is a lrt.uoo-man deficit. This deficit milRt be solved now, Somervell said. Ball declared that if the government 'S effort lo get 311,000 additional men into eritical industries fails congress may have to take a drastic step to control the labor . New Faces Dominate Purdu Hardwood Squad this Year LAFAYETTE. Ind. New faces are bound to predominate on Coach Much Development Needed supply Ward Lambert's twenty-eighth I'm--, The survey also points out that due basketball combination which ' mUch must be done in developing MODEL CLEANERSi ders, Johnny Murphy. Billy Povlin, ;Trmiri outdistance KstimatcM tiie rocket for accuracy before it be Wildcat Netters Meet Garfield Eagles Tonight Veteran-Staffed C.H.S. Squad Meets Terre Haute Crew in Second Game Of Season at Garfield Gym Clinton ' veteran-loaded hardwood crew will jaunt down to Garfield tonight to pick up their second same of the season -when they meet the Purple Eagles in the Garfield gymnasium at 8 p. m. The varsity fives will center jump at 8 while the Eaglets and the Kittens will mix in a curtain-raiser at 6:45 p. m. With one game behind them, a 59-33 defeat of Newport, the Wildcats go into the game with an experience advantage over Garfield which is playing it-s first game of the season tonight. Many rough spots will remain in both teams as football lapped over into the basketball season practice time. Coach Bob Burton is well satisfied with hip team fo far and expects to "win a few games this year." Chief among his points for optimism are Johnny Smith, Max omervell said U. S- troops have ne je rui 1111, .wai i ifiii'uu, nj Stewart, Max Woodard and Jack Wright. comes as useful as heavy artillery in pinpoint shooting. However, it points to these achievements for the weapon: will launch the 1944-4"i schedule here Wednesday night (Dec. 6 a-gainst the Flying Patriots from the C. S. Naval Air Station at Bunker Hill. Lambert, the dean of Big Ten mentors in both years of service moved faster, fired more artillery shells and other ammunition than originally cstinialed. Thus far, only transportation problems from ports to the front have caused actual lack of ammunition. But the added tempo calls for a Wiir-tiine cleaning done by lS, Is work done WKIX, without a fus. Send to us your family's HKST, We guarantee to stand ALL TEST! 1. It played a prominent part in North African operations when, inl Four State College Net Squads To Clash Tonight and acenmi!.:hmeii'r,, retains only.der the popular name "bazooka" !tormen from last sea- proved fatal to enemy tanks when larger future schedule, Somervell J' if ho. fAimlrv chnrto SOU as SI micli's for th1 current q!;ni!M. una '? ui i u.iuuiuaifi! is not solved this month, along w ir n. ;t? ivi Iv listi-d on th varsity INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Four Indiana collegiate net squads clash in two liardv;ood encounters tonight after Valparaiso University's Crusaders started off the week by coming from behind Inst night to defeat other deficits, there will be actual lack of munitions, tires and heavy equipment on the fronts a few months hence. m Germans Found Asleep at Switch the Bunker Hill Naval Air Station employed by ground forces. 2. Army aircraft rockets used a-gainst ground forces, including armored vehicles, trains, locomotives, and airfield installations, aided materially in the Carenten breakthrough. Rockets I'sed in Oil Area 3. Heavy damage was done to Jap installations in the China-Burma-India theater by rockets launched from fighter planes. 4. The navy for the past two years has effectively used rockets at Valparaiso. The Crusaders piled up 52 points s(j v.r. tl ;t r.' r.e w com org to the collegia"1 g:;m Purdue's holdover veteran duo is composed of Paul Hoffman, hard driving dribbling forward from Jasper who gained All-Conference recognition as a freshman last season when he racked up 1-50 points in Big Ten competition, and Charles Haag, of Evansville, ball hawk guard, who accounted for 109 points in the championship chase. to the service team's 4(i to win, after lagging 17 to M at the half. John J-nisch. Valpo forward, was high, T l?rJ,loro Rlnw Hungerford, Sam Curry, Darrel Wat- scorer with 1 6 points ANNOUNCEMENT - - -The Canaday Insurance Agency Of St. Bernice Wishes To Announce That RAYMOND WEYHRAUCH has become associated with their agency as solicitor in all General Lines of Insurance. Mr. Weyrauch Will Appreciate The Patronage of His Friends and Associates Dana 13SO El KlYX TAXAIUV St. Bern ire 172 Tonight Indiana University's Crim against enemy submarines and em-j The letterman duo has also been re-j ployed them generously in amphibi-inforced by the return to school of ous operations in North Africa. Sici- son will entertain a comparatively inexperienced DePauw University quintet. Ray Brandenburg, veteran Indiana trttarA vhri wn tht most sprinnslv for the bridge," the Captain said. Major Davis said that the troops attacking the bridge encountered a son and Floyd Foster, all of whom are veteran lettermen. Others In the first eleven string are Claude" James, John Wilson. Don Helms, Wait Archer, Jack Gil man find Don Beinerio. the latter two are outstanding football players. The boys all have that highly im jMyrwin (Red) Anderson, of Ed- iy, Italy, France. Kwajalein, Enito-!wardsport, slight built forward, a Wek and Guam. They were used to "P" winner of two years, who was blast out machine guns and other 'recently honorably discharged from defensive positions at the moment injured in an automobile accident bunker on the eastern span, which last Thursday as the Crimson return- he described as being "like a toll erf from defeatine Wabash, probably station.' Inside was a 50-year-old will be able to see some action to- German sentry who was about to the service. ... - I troops hit the beach. m I 5 Both navy and marine planes Three Are Tried Fined ,have used ,rocket8 for attack on inree Are xrtt,rinea , ther positions in tne Far EasU in In Clinton City Court ! eluding Saipan. Mili. Palau, Wolcai, night. An odd angle of the accident ! check his wire line connected with and toniclit's game is the fact that the other end of the bridge so portant factor, good attitude, and are working hard. Coach Burton said. The two games this week, at Garfield tonight and against Sullivan at Clinton Friday night are expected to i get the Cats rolling tn their usuaL smooth fighting style. DePauw's Coach, Lloyd Messer- the Yank troops thought when Paul Shannon, 215 North Sixth , Hollandia and Truk smith, was one who aided the injur- ( he was grabbed by the Americans, led I. IT. plr.yers. i They discovered that the wire line ' The Tigers, who have only two was no telephone. It was the con- Burton expects to start James and players with previous collegiate ex- nection to thousand pound bombs. Foster in the forward spots. Hun- perience. won last week also, de- lying under the bridge and ready to gerford at center with Smith and feating Centra! Normal. 45 to 39. tpxnlode when the wire was yanked! Explosive Russian j Drive Seizes 100 j t Hungarian Towns if Disnose of Rombs Street, Maurice Bratcher, Marshall, Ind. and Pete Faletti. 410 North Tenthx Street are on today's city police record, it was reported. Shannon was fined $5 and costs for intoxication and disturbance Sunday. Dec. 3. A fine of $2 was charged to Bratcher for being without operating license Saturday, Dec. 2. A $5 and cost fine was levied on Watson in the guard posts. Also The second collegiate clash m In-scheduled for possible action are diana tonight will be at Franklin 320th Eugin- The Third Army's Curry, WTIlson. Helms, Archer, Gil- where the Little Oiants of abash i eerg diSp0se(j Cf tne bombs and oth- College face Franklin College. man and Reinerio. oach Willard Kehrfs Garfield MOSCOW. Russia. The Soviet offensive la northeastern Hungary expanded explosively today with sei- xure of tnnrA than 10A towns and squad, also staffed with veterans, er demolition equipment the Nazis had intended to use in blowine up the bridpre and thereby preventinR it from beins used by the Americans n crossing the Saar. "The prisoner was a sad. sad man. Pete Faletti for assault and battery j cUies by the (hird Ukrainian army j 3 Monday, Dec. 4. iri itB Ariv. (n.arH AuHria 1 in its drive toward Austria. Vermillion County Half Way Toward 6th War Loan Goal All the men were tried by Clinton City Court. I He kept muttering something about I tUc poor lieutenant and repeating ) that he, himself couldn't be blamed Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235Vi Blackmail (Continued from page 1 ) t for his failure to hlow the bridge. Major Davis said. NOTICE! All members of Local Union 1174, Crown Hill No. 6 are Requested to Be Present At A SPECIAL MEETING TUESDAY, DEC. 12 6 to 7 P. M. " To Vote On International and District No. 11 Officers L'MIV OF A Committee Will Report On Portal to Portal Pay Case Now Pending JIM THOMAS, Pres. LOUIS CHUBB, Fin. Sec'y. Kin ir. Queen to be Crowned At Fairview PTA Carnival "Christmas Holiday," a festival at the Fairview school, sponsored by the Fairview p. T. A., will feature Lt. Howard J. Kd-lFon. of Seat tle. Wash., subsequently pointed out, a German arrong the -prisoners who !the crowning of the king and queen HIM lautern bridge. Ho was less sad-eyed i 'onJf'' The candidates, all from the i'Jinji L: l se formula fcnit Kl'KCJALlK'i'K I from the Socony-Vacuum Oil Cora- pany. I A $50,000 allocation from the Peoples' Life Insurance Company has been received as the company purchased three and a luilf million dollars in bonils to be allocated to each county in which It has a representative, i Vermillion county Sixth War Loan driv; will be credited with $44,000 of tiie Milwaukee Hoad's of government securities. j Other Red army and Yugoslav Part isa n s forged a new th reat a-gainst the Nazis retreating from the Balkans by capturing Mitrovica, a key rail town on the route between Budapest and Italy. The Soviet commiunque said Gen. Feodore I. Tolbukhin's forces thrust northeast, south and west of captured Kaposvar in southwestern Hungary on a fluid front almost 200 miles long and included eight important rail points in the bag of towns and villages. Among the towns cleared of Nazis was Nagybajam. 5 miles from tiie' Austrian frontier and only 23 miles from Yugoslavia to the southwest. Earlier Moscow reports disclosed that RjrJ army tanks were ranging over the muddy Hungarian plain within 0 miles of Austria. New Tli real (o 1tudapet Other columns of the third tk- UB ly TliornloB A- Minor '!ini 2Mit-vt' iiitc pain, ! U'ij inc. wWinw jrH'K! Then tentis to hliriiifc -ifiliit; w.fh-iii. Get Jl.UG lul.-TliOruton A: Minor';; lbvtal Ohitmriii. Or (.'ft Thornton Minor lip. Inl KHiiiniiuirirs. a tew croti wore. 'Xrj JJUC'J OltS' vtiy 'J'OlMf . At nil gor.l -tlrnjr hl'-tv vw. wlirre. In 'linta t Ji!liH J'JmrmiH-y. and mud-spat (erd than the rest of hie Nazi mates. Tbo others said h had been sit ling in tin1 bunker at the end of the bridge for days on 12-hour shifts Jo keep an eye on the span. Vsed at Xiciit According to this prisoner, the Na eighth grad1. include Elsie Schull. D' lores Stash, and Shirley Miller competing for the queen crown and Romeo Tof falo, John Carrera and Ronald Janik in the contest for king. Other attractions fill be games and a home talent show given by the studentR. The festival is to ef iri at 5 p. m. : : : The road has arranped as n did durins the Third. Fourth and Fifth Loan drives for every county in which it operates in 12 states to participate in its huge purchase. UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT Classified Ads SeP Y.or! Ar.Ythmf Indiana is allotted f 7K0.00 to be distributed anions the counties the road serves. "I WM m fall of RU I was afraid I'd burst. Sour, bitter substance rose H. A. Seandrett. trustee of the Milwaukee Road in commenting on op in my throat from my upset zi troops bad used the bridge during the night and he bad bfen ordered not to set off the demolition? unless he saw the American troopf start over on the bridge or unless he received specific orders from the lieutenant who was sitting at the opposite end of the bridge with a telephone set. The lieutenant called shortly before the Americans pointed their guns at the 50-year-old bridge sentry, but for some reason the officer failed to give the command to blow the bridge. Artillery Defeats German The prisoners taken at Saarla"-tern, in fact, are a weary and rv Momaoh after meals. I fsnt ERB- HELP, and it. worked infhes of gas the purchase, said that in addition to assisting the United States in the prosecution of the war and contributing to the success of the .Sixth War Loan drive the investment likewise will be advantageous to the railroad. s fJlClITCOL'ClJ and bloat from me. aistnne Is way down now. Meals are a pleasure. I praise Erb-Help to the sky." Tills is an actual testimonial from a man Urine right here in Clinton. EKH-HEI..P is the new formula containing medicinal juices from 12 fireat Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go oa suffering Get Erb-Help. White's (Reiall) Phar-1 macy. ' due to colds ... eased without "dosing". consolate lot who admitted tha ' erican artillery simply had n all resistance out of then1 '!iey gave up in droves. Among others are sr l.nno civilian laborers who r- f-,i evacuation. They include 'ported slave-workers from T-" id and Russia, vr VA PO R U 8 Because It's the Same Old Brew the Brew for You!" Yes the same old brew! Sterling is still oil-grain beer at its tongy delicious best. No resisting that delectable true-beer taste possible only when choicest beer grains are expertly brewed to mellow perfection the way Sterling does if. So it's no wonder Sterling gets first coll. Don't forget good things go first. So please remember always ask for Sterling because "It's the brew for you." Try it today. ! "Its a A and among tht : scattered scores of Wehrmaeiit st; idlers and mem bers of the Nazi Volksturm. 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