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Pit" JHE DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, pecembtT 11, l'jii. Jack Oilman Places on REVIEW OF YEAR IN SPORTS "JANUAKT Clinton Eagle Chapter I Host in District Meet Dr. C. A. Sundber.c. district director, will deliver the principal address of a imeting of the Vermil- lion Kile of the Eagles Lodge, I Thursday, Dec. 14. Crucial Battle For Budapest Is In First Round (Continued from page 1) State, Valley Teams,' S Wildcats Honored (Continued trom page 1) tense and could run s!Hi I ho ball equally as well as lie could nail the opposition's ball carrier. College scoutB already liave llieir eyes on Jack, who lias another year to play for (.'Union, being a Junior this term. 1'ovlin on I'li-st Also un the Valley first team and on the All-Slate honorable mention list was Hevle I'ovlln. mainstay of Clinton's defensive line. Another Wildcat Netters Beat Sullivan In Home Game Locals Win First Game In New Conference As 38 - 26 Score Chalked Up Over Sullivan Arrows Winning their first game in the new West Central Conference, the Clinton Wildcats Friday night put a 38-20 hex on Sullivan's Coldeii Arrows in the locals' first home game of the season. Sullivan got off to a fast start, leaving the Cats in the wake of a 9-5 lead but soon lost their grip on the game, trailing through the last three quarters. Clinton led at the half 17-11, then went out in front in the third quarter, 28 to 21 winding up the last stanza witli the 38 to 26 lead. Three T Scorers Three Wildcats split the scoring honors among them with Watson having an edge with 11 points and Foster and Hungerlord with ttn , uoints each. j vrin Riot f ore &ouF- . tk .tl rile Jew eAi pa bova- Junior, I'ovlin is a big boy, weigh- sincc January. 1944, Secretary jug in at 205 and standing six feet j.-06(.r Eaid ie Uncles have helped one in his gym sox. secure the passage of tl'e "G. 1. 13ill Clinton's line power is showed by of Rights," supervised the forma-the fact that of the two touchdowns lion of returning servicemen's com-nxnrxrf nirainsi i hf Wildcats all sea-, mit tees' , acquainted committees i nrr-mi Scarlet Fever Epidemic Hits St. Bei nice Sehool An epidemic of scarlet fever this week has closed the grade school at St. Bernice, the office of Dr. S. I. Greene, trustee of Helt township, announced today. Eleven cases of the disease have broken out in the school, It was said, and the week's closing was ordered as a precautionary measure. Nearly 140 students attend the grade school. The high school was also closed today but this was because of the icy condition of the roads, the trustee's office said. Strawberry Mulch Apply mulch for gtrawberriei after the ground freezes in November, spreading it about 4 to 8 inches deep over the plants. Uncover plants in early April and tramp mulch between rows. Mulch Garden Mulching has many advantages over cultivation in the small-fruit garden. Straw, hay, or leaves may be used. Apply sufficient mulch to hold down all weeds, and renew mulch as needed. Barn Labor Saver The average savings over hand milking for all milking machines reported approximately 2'A hours ol labor per day of use, or an annual labor saving of more than 700 man-hours per machine. SYMPHONY STATIONERY ( ik. t.nn WANTED RAILROADS I HGK.NTLY NFF.I) SKILLKD t'.V-piKlLLi:i WORKERS SEE: REPRESENTATIVE RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD Ration lloni il Office livery Tuesday Clinton, Indiana II: (Ml lo 1 1 :iW A. M. fck to Drive tar to You You ces as having placed Soviet columns on launching bases lor the final assault on Germany. Hitter Nazi Defense Nazi defenders of the Hungarian capital bitterly defended their positions north of Budapest, bringing up reserves of motorized SS (Elite Guard) divisions and numerous tanks. The Russian Bteam roller crushed j over the Nazi positions In a slashing ! offensive which destroyed more than 30 German tanks and self-pro-' pelled guns and cost the Germans heavily in men and materials. The Germans threw large forces of their dwindling Luftwaffe into the battle for Budapest. The Soviet ; communique announced that at least 18 of the Nazi warplanes were shot down by Red army fliers who attacked and destroyed more than 200 tanks nnd motor vehicles und s)leiic-j ed ene my gun positions north of Ihej lliingui jan capital. I Hammering Budapest from the north and east, the Soviet second Ukrainian army under the command of Marshal Rodion V. Mallnovsky was reported by Moscow to have seized more than 6.600 German and ; Hungarian prisoners between Dec. 0 to Pec. 6. Thh"d Army Pushe Xorlli Meanwhile the Third Soviet Ukrainian army under the command of .Marshal Feodor I. Tolbukhln pushed northward from the cleared southern shore of Lake Balaton to link up with the Russian second Ukrainian columns in a vast enveloping movement around Budapest. While the spotlight was focused on the RusbIuii drive for Budapest, other Red army forces in northeast- ern Hungary mounted a new threat I against the Nazis north and west of captured Aliskolc with a break-1 through near the frontier road junc- J tion of Losonc. Holstein Sales During 11)43, there were 138 re-port"d auction sales of Holsteins in the U. S. in which 9,100 head sold for $3,154,685.50 to make a general average of $343.27. You Don't Have vtoJ cWees. Fei-ftie Tavic, ' Bogs RdFFui' sahiaV MeofT ftileitT a lo-enido pra Sullivan's high scorer was Kuel B,kR.fol. a (u ujform after I)c- Hoesinan, short stocky guard, who . c,,nll),.r Il0 ,,ova in(o active ser- rang up nine points for the losers. v(,e wjlh r. H Aniiy. Fouls were prominent in the! JJj(,k (;lov,,r B111.lM nlt powerful game with the new five-personal (.nlon w All-Stale honor- llmit allowing more than usual. On- ment0 ulld valley honorable ly one player, Smith of Sullivan. monUon mti,1K, Dick, a junior, pro-was forced off the floor by fouls but m,seil n b(? a ,otPlll t),r(,ut to Clin-tbe free throws cashed In made up i (on,g Brid ,.iv!llB nevt year when he a substantial part of the score. I continues his sterling performances 14 Free Throws Made I f () , 8,,asml. Gil. Dodos Won Al CAEV -ftlo MILE' victftp at fite- BostbJ Have an Accident Po you want your accident prepaid, or want it C.O.D.7 ..i..... ir where vim will have an accident. Johnny Smith ol Clinton scoreu . five out of seven attempted Iree throws while nine more were Bcored by Foster, Hungerford and Watson. Sullivan won the tip, starting the game out with a fast running attack that threw the Cats temporarily behind. Long shots predominated in the Initial quarter with Hun gerford and Iloosnian duelling l01' the basket. Tied in Second Quarter The second quarter saw t lie Cum catch ud with the Arrows and put them behind for the remainder- oi the game. Sullivan went lino me ouarter with a 9-5 lead hut soon lost It when Hungerford tossed in a tip shot followed by a free throw to make the score s-8. Then Wat- son added another free throw to tie the score. Smith sank a basket to put the Cats ahead when Sims did likewise to make the game tied up again. Wafson lifted the ball out of an Ar- row paw to score again wnn nun- gerford adding two more baskets to put tho Sullivaners In Hie oars row. .The half ended with the Wildcats out In front 17-11. Smith and Hoesman led a Sulli-n irv in the third quarter but failed o catch up with I ho winning Clintonites. Their eight earned points were nearly matched by the soven free throws their fouls ullow- ed to Clinton, fat Keep ioinr The Cats kept going in the last stanza with Coach Rob Burton end ing the game witli a floor full of subs. Foster and Watson sparseu the Wildcat's roiling advance with Johnny Smith eagle-eyeing four more Ireo throws granted by Sulll- van. The Kittens l made the evening complete by docking Ihe Sullivan Darts 23-13 in th" curtain raiser. Summary: Clinton (38) Foster , FG FT PF .4 2 0 have to lake your accident "lien or wlivre '" '" Insured? The new Stale Farm Mutual Aulo Insurance policy is a Legal Reserve, Noii-assessnble policy, roveriiiK you and your wife in every way, while rirlviiig your car or car not owned by you. It also covers, at a small exlra charge, your farm or residence liability. CALL OK WRITE FOREST AlKMAN, DANA, IND. For More Information George Richardson is ciiuirinuu ui tlie arrangement committee. J. E. Foster, secretary, announced that the speaker will speak ou the latest anion taken in the order's national humanitarian program. Four national commissions have been appointed to draw up detailed plans for Imlping return servicemen to normal peace-time living, for helping children of America In wartime, and for safeguarding the social and economic security of all wat e earners. with benefits and job-finding ser-; vices provided by the government., j and planned a program to help ad-. Jusl servicemen to civilian life. j The eagles, with a fxfjU.Oiiu ne-ni-1 bership are striving for a membership of l.Oou. n'JO. the .secretary de- ciared American Columns Seize Ormoc Port, Drive on Enemy (Continued from page J) ing along inland trails from the south and other United States troops pressing forward from the east and from the north. -Near .Junction at Ormoc The communique disclosed that the Seventh Division continued to drive the enemy northward and was less than a mile from a Junction with the Seventy-Seventh at Ormoc. The Seventh already has established contact with other American col-( umns moving westward through the j mountains along the llurarlen-Alhue-. ,.B rtaj further coii,ires.sing the. jJ1)llnna,; forces from virtually all I KilJf.s :llld leaving them wilii lines f communication breached, and op-; en to piece-meal slaughter. Once destruction of the southern elements of the Japanese lias been accomplished, the Americans will he ill position to launch themselves a-1 t- .i, gainst the northern segment 1 Ullia.siutci line 1 1 uin in" nai, liiuo ..i.i, ii., ..o.. Btmigihcning the threat ..p iun fourlh United States column pressing down the Ormoc valley from Ihe north. i Airmen INuiiid Japs I Supporting Ihe heightening campaign, American figliler planes continued to pound ground turgels and also shot down five Japanese, air craft in combat over Leyte. 1 iJk- 1 ' Meanwhile, oilier American planes made fresh raids against enemy ship- ping, airdromes and fuel supply installations throughout the Philippines and the southwest. Pacific ar- Iron British Wall Blunts Nazi Blow At Faenza Line (Continued trom page I) cross tile Lamone. One of the Nazi uttacks surged forth from the town of Cello. Another, ihe third in a row, eiuun at dawn, against Pideura. The enemy attacked on a broad front, using tanks und armored vehicles, hut !'."-ed to push the British back lie than 400 yards. Aided by the famed des' - ir force, the Tommies then sur jack against the Nazis to in'" .a-vere losses that enabled si .men at the Allied Medilerra ' ; headquarters to describe the ;on its a "definite drubbing" ' lie enemy. Hundreds of German 'ad and wounded were left, on the hutlefleld as Ihe Nazis withdrew, ard the Eighth Army maintained ils span acruss the Lamone. Activity remained relatively scarce I KMO'.g THAT ( SANTA MOM.CA I iin nnc IT IH , mun HAIR. BREADTH HARRY . VhEUi- ' " . I I j son, none were running plays. Doll Iteinerio Honored Don lieinerio, fleet-fooled back whose performances were always outstanding bolli in playing quality and in sportsmanship, ruled on Heze .1...1,... r 1 1, i ,ii !iml mi the Wa bash Valley second team. Don Is president of the senior class at t-1 ill -1 , hsi, School htii i!l 1m- rrpiae i i,; , t i i i,.rsev and basket Enl.k,lta another fleet-foot-j ed Wildcat, racked up some enormous gains for the locals this year, winning spots on the All-State honorable mention list in half-back and on the Valley third team. Don (Iraliam, senior, placed the Valley third learn in left tackle post. Graham did some excellent ui.i.-hKr .ril u'hk un outslanding de fensive player tor i union Athletes from se en Valley schools won places on the first team, the Valley champion Robinson Maroons I Ipd wth tlircc ,,,; (.Union, tnira ! place Valley winners, two; and'ield. Wilev. Tech and Casey, one eacn The (-;in(0n team and coaches for tie Ji)44 season will be honored in ,,)e m,ar future at a dinner given by U,e local Exehance Club, it was re- ePntiy nnnounced. The honorary Cllltn11 for the season is expected t0 )lo nnnounced then. Th(, firBt tre All-Valley teams aB announced hv Nlsbet include: FIRST TEAM Left end, Dob O'I.eary. Wiley; left tackle. Don Elliott, Casey; left truanl, Jack Oilman, Clinton; renter, Joe Hrumette, Sullivan; right guard, R'evo Clnnteo. Tech; right tackle, nam Pnvlln. Cllnlon: right end, TiPWs nids. Hohlnson; hark, Dave st(,fiiPi Hnhlnsnn: back. Jack Knlev, p(,)i,snn; hack, Stan Ilnmhis. Sulli van; back. T'ete Vnrda. (iarlleld. SKCOND TEAM Lert end. Fauhlon. WHev; left tackle, Deahl. ' Mlirtinsville; left RUar(j Davis, Brazil; center. Slork- nuin, Hnhlnsnn; rigni geam. iuin, Linton: right tackle, J. Hennett, Marshall: right end. chestnut, (lar-flelH- hack. Ping. Casey; back, D. Deinerio. Clinlnn; back. Howard, Urazil; back, Robertson Sullivan. THIRD TEAM Lert end, Kennedy, Paris; left tackle, Craliam, (Minion; left guard. Hansel, Garfield; center, Fitzgerald. Casey; right guard, Hoclor, Wiley: right tackle, King, Robinson ; right end, Ferry, llrazil; back, Kiopper. Wilev: hack. McHeury, lllooniiug- lon; hark, Unrietla, (Minion; linesman, Sullivan. back, New Kiitfi nerring Unit Added To Capital Allison INDIANAPOLIS), luil. Transfer of General Motors Aircraft development section and establishments of a new department of installation engineering at the Allison Division in Indianapolis was unnounced today. C. E. Wilson, president of General Motors, said the transfer of the air craft development section, now op-eraling under Fisher Ilody Divish n. would take effect Feb. 1, in 1.1. Flight test facilities, Including r large hangar and work shei s. : ie neariug completion at the I:. iiun.. polls division. The transfer will consolid.iie man-uraclure of aircraft engines, which Is the work of Ihe Allison division, with development of aircraft engine installations and associated problems, the president said. Wilson explained that ultlioiig'i such work will be confined to iniiila. - requirements at present, work will i)e:-i on applications of Allison engines to commercial aircraft soon. Dou Berlin, a native Housier, bom at ltomona, Ind., will have charge of the new department of in- elolltln engineering in addition to I 'l.s.ij. tatfexAS W -fXA5 1 (Coilari) Jackie Cooper to Wed HOLLYWOOD, Calif. Jackie Cooper, 22-year-old former child slur, and June Horne, 2ti, movie hit player of Gleudule, will be married at 4:Su p. in. today in the chapel of the Wilshiru Methodist Church. Cooper, wiio is u student seaman at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, arrived in Hollywood several days ago. The simple double-ring ceremony will be attended by June's mother, the widow of the lale James llorne, motion picture director; Jackie's uncle, Director Norman Taurog. and his wife, and a lew close friends. William J. Smith will be best man and .Mrs. Nathaniel ltoilpalh will be the bride's only attendant. Seventh Street Bridge To Be Opened for Use Soon That tl new Seventh Street bridge would soon be open lo the public was Indicated last wees ai the Clinton cily council when Tom Hardman, engineer in charge ot construction and Joe POlklliB, street1 commissioner told the council that! the bridge would be In use in the near future. Construction on the bridge, which has been out for nearly soven years, was begun about three months ago. Tho slrueluro will cross Feather, Creek three block above Vino Street, i At the same tinio Polkilis report-j ed on work done on streets and al leys in the last month. Leftover Fish If you have cooked fish left over, pick it from the; bones and use it in patty cakes, scailoped dishes, croquettes, chowders or salads. Increase the number of servings by combining it with rice, mashed potatoes or spaghetti and a well-seasoned cream sauce. Oysters and clams are ideal for quick sfews and chowders. Relief At Last. For Your Cough Creomulslon 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. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like the way it q iickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMU LSION For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis WIWIN ITS FATAL HURRY 11. on the American Fifth Army sector of the Italian front. The German counter-attacks on the navenna-bouiul Urilish and the Tommies' valiant icinry overBhudowed even a daring feat by a group of Italian patriots who seized Porto Orsini, a former important center for Nazi barge traffic in the Adriatic Sea. Nazis lulillinle I. lues The Nazis infiltrated through forward positions in the heavily pine-clad hills northeast of itavenna to attack the nritish In one of I he lively encounters, hut, as headquarters summed the situation up, "our troops held easily." Lack of activity brought no mater- ial changes along the Fifth Army bul forward secior 111 Wcairiu nu'J , . . i( ODservers repoiieu imusum ......... along Ihe German lines south of Bo logna. yanks limritl for Mow Lieut. Gen. Luciuu K. Truscoll's Yank forces stood by to repel a possible German counter-assault which appeared In the making witli Ihe reported enemy movements. Patrol skirmishes were Ihe only I.-! o,,u rtn 11, t, 1,-illh Armv '"""1 o sector. Irt.JIMI .1I-I1HI .TiMlli.1 The Mediterranean Air Fnrce sent out 21000 sorlles, giving tactical 'support lo the Allied Po valley for-Ices while heavy bombers blasted strategic railway largets between Snlsburg and Vienna. Coastal air craft attacked shippin ; al Venice. . H - Clinton Boy Sco' ; CoJlccfc 45fi,300 Pound i of : uper Clinton Boy S -oil's totalled 460,- 300 pounds of p: : In the 1114 4 scrap drive, v. i reported iou.iy. In the co esl trom Nov. 1 to Dec. 15, troop 1 d with 4,200 pounds to thei- ' i ' I. Next ill order were: troop i ..itli 3,850 pounds, troop (S3, " i pounds, Sacred Heart, 1 .-7' Hinds, and cub pack CI, with pounds, making a total of 12,- i i in a month and a half. The next drive will start in January. The boy scouts urge everyone to save all the scrap paper possible Thiamine Content The thiamine content of canned vegetables, studies show, is affected by differences in methods of preparing the vegetables, particular in the method and time of blanching, and by the grade and size and structure of some of the products, due to the surface areas exposed to treatment. CAVSf AT POlMTt AT r " V,.ir, CBELWm FROM FLORIDA All Tree Ripened No Color Added Navel Oranges Tangerines Tangeloes Kumquats ' Seedless Grapefruit Paper Shell Pecans BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS TREK NOW WHILE SELECTIONS ARE COMPLETE 0 0 0 .3 4 4 0 0 0 . 0 0 3 (10 0 .434 0 0 0 1 r. s . I) 0 o 12 14 11 FG FT PF . 1 13 . 0 1 0 .2 1 5 . 0 4 4 . 0 0 1 .2 0 4 . 0 0 1 4 12 0 II 0 . 0 0 0 8 .20 McCracken's Market Hungerford Wilson ---- James . Curry Watson Archer Smith Iteinerio Totals Sullivan 126) Kerllit Libke Smith r Hobertsop George Sims Moore Hoesman Dilluian Jared Totals Of. G. R.McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Kay 235V4 Blackmail COOKED A FINE DINNER; THEN THREW IT TO DOG One lady recently sta(rd that she used to throw her own dinner to (he dog most of the, lime. It made her si k Just to look at anything to eat. ... . M ...1.1. ... f.,11 ..f ! -X GOLDFISH, 1 T7 " - A CLUE. IS IT ?l BUT ' b"t, wet -i gjFF THL:PE WHO 4 r . 1 I , J m lh I nntvM ml I1A2 il 1 AlMCl) depths! rKiT.CELV Af - sr. , , I &r- M' ff Ami s. n v . -.i j wr-r.: a- i t u rn n lr MWi srrKM'yfl been bed ;, ,e develonmen, now eala everything in sight and Hi- "" ..nee 1912. is a graduate of Kes.s it perfectly. Howel. are regular the P"rd-e University fcrhool of Me- nd normal. She Is enJo ing life once chanical Engineering and was an more and feels like "some oilier aircraft engineer with the I S woman" since taking (his New t orn- Armv Air Corns and several private pouiui. aircraft companies. KRU-HEI.P contains 13 Oreat Thp new denartment will be re-Herhs; they cleanse bowels, clear onfible for onHneerinp' Ihe annii-RHs from stomach, ait on sluggish cation of Allison engines to air-livcr anil kidneys. .MiM-ralile people planes now powered by Allison and soon feel different all over. So don't alo to airplanes that may be del el-go on suffering! tiet ERB-HEl.l". oped by aviation manufacturers in White's (Itcxall) I'hanuaiy lrug n,c future, according to K. U. Newill. b(ure : rucral maujcr at AlUa"u tiwaiwn. V!j ' i-y" " 1 J SO HARRV DIVES INTO THE SORf! SA TEW6E 1 i.) J(' Jr TrV.I DRAMATIC CLIMAX) DDLS BELINDA STILL I

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