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December 27, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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THT!"D 3T3ET" CXINT0N1AN Pago TlvA Wednesday December 27, 19147.r HOW FOE FORCES YANKS BACK; BACK IN THE RING - ,- By Jack Sords 5 !;::':: W iry jinx Huge Armored Battle Rages In West: Nazis Plagues, Yols, 7 HASSELT 0 Enemy Carrier, 26 Other Ships Sunk by Subs (Cnntlnupcl from page 1) COLOGNE N juuch' DUREN m 'ml MAASTRICHT I rniQn I 1J T VllO od Arm fORioaen, t MSCAoo id BOPPAlsO i -ALnfcN UfC.fi Rose Bowl Teams Drill For zc:-r-'jT. :; (Continued from page 1) BEU.UM 7VMONSCHAU lllh century and always n favored NAMUR:: A New Year's Meet; Injuries Hit Both Tennessee and California Gridders PASADKN'A, Cal. Th annim! The heavy blows al Chirk Field v ere struck while American fighter pal rols swept over installations a I ItuliiiigiiH .airdrome to the south and n , reconnaissance plane shot down STAVElOTt tourist spot because of ils loeatloii on a roek overlooking I he Ourllin, Ih In Hie dead center of the area ihmighl to have boon overrun by MALMEOY IVrP' .WCRBOMONI!P. malady siitterc-d hy football Tans in nw enemy transport plane off the west coast of Luzon. Southern '"California about this time ,.v.-.i. vnnjf PRUM of year and commonly referred to as "Kose Howl Kcvor" hegiiii to CLERVAUX GERMANY St On Alindoro Island, due youth of Ajunila, light enemy nir activity failed to hfimper the work of preparing Jap planes were shot down during iiewiy-won American airfields. Twt, 1 be day.. Mopping up operations continued :.BASTOGNE j :: .WILTZ VIANDEN I he enemy. (lerinau admissions in this regard made il apparent that two major battles are still in progress inside Urn newly-Invaded territory. The encircled American force at KafiYogne wan reporled to have Infllcfoil grlevotlH losses upon the Hermans and at last reports ., relief column, striking hard from Ihe south against stubborn resistance, had reached a point a little over a mile away. These reports, however, may be outdated and there Is a possibility that the reinforcements already have arrived and are In contact with the enemy. on Levto Island attains! disorgnnfz-: fd rem irni's of .lap forces, Ameri-leans killed SU9 Jans and captured 14 in on;4 day while In the same 'period seven Americans vcre killed make its If conspicuous today us the first roal news riiU'rcd from the rival campe of the universities of Tennesson-and Southern California. Injury J Nix Hit s Tho injury jinx, foarpd by every coach fortunate enough to hind a team in the nation's favorite football classic, struck but it showed little favoritism as both Coach John Barnhill of 4he, Vols and Coach Jeff Crnvath of-the Trojans bewailed the loss of regulars. USC waa the hardest hit, with its all-coast 'end, -Don Hardy, coining down with an attack of influenza. Although Hardy is ex per ted to re and 1M wounded. Meanwhile, irmv bombers and fighters continued t'leir swoops over enemy airdromes on Negrns and S, LUXEMBOURG f L n:.fK STATUTE MUIS I W" ' Mindanao Islands, causing new dam age to runways and dispersal areas. Hit Davno Gulf cover in Um to play on New Year's Mitchell bombers attacked enemy P COURT NEWS! , mm. Anna Kaleltl of Clinton has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from I'eter Falet-tl on grounds of cruel add inhuman treatment. The couple was marrleTd July 7. I!i4:i and separated 'November 24. Hit. , shipping in the Davao Gull off southeastern Mindanao and damaged warehouses and barracks at: Zambo-anga on the other side of the island. One American plane was shot down by a Jap fighter but the entire crew was rescued., Air patrols slashed at enemy shipping along the eoas.t of Borneo and hit the Brunei Bay waterfront, bar THIS MAP shows how the Gorman countoroffensive lias hurled the Allies back on the First Army front. The Nazi winter offensive rolled more than 32 miles through Belgium and slashed a vital Allied highway 38 mile3 south of the Uelgian fortress of Liege. The Germans rumbled nearly across Luxembourg. (Ints'national) day, he'll miss some important practice Bessions and just how weak the attack wifl loave him' no one" in the Trojan camp' (tares' to guess. - Cravat h In the meantime promoted Paul Salnta, lR-yoar-olil freshman end, to the vacated left wing job and hoped, for the best., Vols ,1'ontop -, The Vols. lost, both, their first and second: String centers in. nno. day. Ruhs M-orrovw. tfteirNo. t pivot mini, showed ?up 'with an inlVoted ' tootli and was 'hurried' to the dentist for; ' WO yAf?s" eur Me is fas. of Christ," well-known painting by Warner E. Solhnan, with, whom 101- racks at Jesilton and the Lutong power plant. A 2, 000-ton enemy cargo ship, a smaller freighter and two barges were sunk and a coastal vessel damaged.1 Real Estate Transfers Hertha tlcrkett of Dana has filed suit in Vermillion 'circuit Court seeking a divorce from William Hockeit on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Mrs. Beckett auks that her maiden name of Trovenjbe restored. The couple was married Feb. 7, l!i -IS and separated in July 1943. Ten Percent Cut : In Taxes fought, With Nazi Defeat lis is studying. Mr. Kllis will show the development of the famous pic extraction ' purposes. ' Although1 ho' will undoubtedly bp able to play noxt Egg Losses Oyster shell, or ground limestone, plus a supply of vitamin D, will prevent egg losses due to cracking and breaking. Metal Weight One pound of aluminum has the volume of about three pounds of steel and one pound of magnesium about ilk pounds. Ra . - Cane Sugar Production Approximately 4,600,000 tons of cane sugar are processed in the U. S. in a year. ture through the years until it became a noted painting of which over nine million copies have been sold. Kodaelirome stifles will also be used by Mr. Kllis in his talks. The lectures will be given at the church Wednesday, Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. Circuit Clerk Carl R. Biggs has WASHINGTON, D. C. Sen. Walter F. George ( D) Ga., chairman of the senate finance committee tentatively proposed today a flat 10 percent-cut in individual and business taxes when Germany appears crush issued the following maridage llcens. es: Dominic Data. 45 and Sarali Ml-lani 40 both or Clinton; Samuel Peterson. 21 and Anna Toby, 16 both of Cayuga; James Keneipp. 32 and Adelia Galloway, 21 both of Clinton. Monday he missed a practice session and as far as the underdog Tennessee players go every practice is important. - . Coach liaruhill was .forced to use Ben Miller,-. 187-pound freshman from Chattanooga, in Morrow's place and during the hectic afternoon workout Miller Buffered a ruptured blood vobsoI in his leg. Morrow, also a freshman from St. Louis, Mov,, and tallest man on the Volunteer squrtd, will rejoin his mates today. Miller is not expected to be shetved for more than a day or so .although Barnhill seemed pretty gloomy over the entire deal. Barnhill "continued drilling his team in pass defense with his fleet assistant .backfield coach,. Raymond Brown, emulating tho fleet Troian I ' Brouna M. Wright et ux to John W. Carithers, trustee to re-convey pt. 22-14-10. $1. John W. Carithers, trustee to re-convey to Brouna M. Wright et ux pt. 22-14-10. $1. Maud B. Ford et al to Cora Nichols lot 24 original plat of New-port. ?1. John G. Kinderman et ux to Thomas D. A mm pt. .13-18-10. $1. Ario A. Long et al to Louis White et ux pt. 9-14-9. $10. ' Mabel D. Swickard et al to Krn-esl L. Grantham et ux lot 13 Amis and Martin's add. $1. Roy L. Carter et ux to Hussell F. Shew et al pt. 34-41-9. $1. II. M . Fe rg u son e t u x to K ra n k A. Sheets fit ux lot 6.T West Clinton Junction. 1500. Louis Davis to Hewitt f'orn et ux lot 114 original plat of Newport. $1. Keep From Insects If you want soy beans for sprouting, store them in jars that are in sect-tight, but not air-tight. Tin containers should have two or three small holes punched in the lid. Lecture Series at Local Church to Shovj Place Of Gospel in World Art The Gospel In art will be the sub-jnrt of a five-day series of lectures to be siven each evening Wednesday lliroutrh Sunday at the Clinton Methodist Church when Howard W. Kllis. young art and ministerial student of Chicago, will itlve talks on the Bible as portrayed through the world's art. Mr. Kllis. who is a student at the Chicago Art Institute and the Clar-rett Hiblical Institute at Northwestern University, will illustrate his lectures with his-own paintings and with copies of famous masterpieces. Tonight's topic will be Ilie "Head ed. Such a horizontal cut, George said, could be made for the year 1345, should the present German drive be turned into a smashing Allied victory which would advance the destruction of German resistance. "Personally, I think that the most that, can be hoped for is that, if we come in sight of the end of DR. O. R BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them tho war in Kurope, to cut- back all individual and business income taxes, say 10 percent, and then undertake some general revision as the war actually closes," he said. Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235Vt Blackmail Phone t75 CLINTON', 1XU. ilK lllackuian St. back, Qu;r eifl-nck Mm ' II:mly. ' ' " ' ' r : . zr - "I Hut, (.;) rgo emphasized, with the nirlia.ry.sJJuaioir nsjjk nbwifc'coh-gress cannot undertak; to enact a general law revising taxes downward for the reconversion period. The. staff of tlte joint congressional tax commit 1 of has submitted a report in which it canvasses possibilities of tax cuts, but no formal action is expected to result. "We have to await events in Kurope before we can do much about taxes," said George. "There can't he any general revision of taxes at Ihisj stage." j George pointed out that it usually! takes months for congress to pass j a general lax bill. So, he said, if it I f r r" r7l SUo Sn vVChr Iheatre . 0b $r Starring (ozn. j --.:.-r- . rtOS'- Vfvi 'S Illini Drill For 1 Cornhhsker Meet On Friday Nigh I CHAMPAIGN, IH. After a rest over the Christmas holiday, the 1111-nl basketball squad resumed practice today in preparation for the invasion of Nebraska's Cornhuslters in Champaign Friday night. Illinois has won four and dropped one game so far this season and Coach Doug Mills ca gers are a n x-lous to break into the victory column again after dropping a decision to Great Lakes a week ago by a 7-point margin. Earlier in the month the Illini defeated the Bluejackets twice and won one game each from Chanute Field sind Tie Paul University. Coach Mills is not expected to make any' .changes in his starting popeye t,x& rW mjm appeared the war was closing in Kurope, a 10 percent cut could be made and then eon Kress could enact a general revision effect ivo Jan. 1 . 1946. Congressional tax expert s, it was generally agreed. brieve t here should be a tax retduction withd-ofst lineup against Nebraska, relying on i f Ormany. so that, business can I Timr OB!V ""5? "T."fftl".; ""BlWa' ..,E3. M-, asainct art', istfr be spoedod up during tho sion period. Son. Taft (R Ohio, membur of Ihe finance Gmmittw. xpivsKcd dnub-t 1 that taxpflyrft could hnHr for imrcli I of a IcsKonlnt: of burfU'h' JnHim Staab and Hudson at the forward posts: ;UelajK-y at. center and Kirk and Seyier'at guards. Reserves who will so !oT,; netlon include Orr, Hurmaitfv ffenhnskenberg. Morton and 'ko,rsuIfy . , '' ' Illinois -.bus'' been making an. excellent , sUgV'n! ' In the free throw departnnsnt-,with a team average of .716. but the Illini mark in bitting field grial is the lowest fur a Mills' coached flunad, being currently only .201. ' Kt 1945. ...-"'- , ' Escaped Nazi Wi , Prisoners Trailed To Mexico Border PHOEXIX. Ariz. S.-arrh for 10 pKcnped German war prisoners turned toward tho Mexican border today Classified Ads Sell Most Anvtliin? ' ' r"Hlin r tA 1 . V and civil air patrol planes joined in !lu bunt whirl) began following the break Sunday from the I'apapo I'm prison camp. The 1J were reported bead' 'I l y Navy Captain Jurgen Watt'-- Ikt . Kleven oilier (lernian naval t i :x. ! many of them lininifsts, w i 'cirt- j ed in the band. At the i!m- n' their; P I SHE CAN'T GO FAR-- T5 , , 1 " - SOOKTOR I 'Vt GOT TO FOLLOW--MUST V i f", mj . , I - nirN Japanese jlr n 'V : M LJHi ?vJ escape the group mnulxiw r but six were captured at naniieg near, tho prison camp when they sought Secret f feiffeM Operas riv. jfr$(M M 3 sh'Uer trom u storm. Col. Will ia in . Hoi den. commandant of the p:. n cam p. said that tho Germans e-.;.; 1 through a 2'H-fnot tunnel bnr-M -'eh solid rock. Large enough for only one man ;tt a time, if started underneath an outdoor coal hex and went from 12 to 15 feel below the ground surface, passing under an irrigation canal. 1 . k ... rrr? N . . ... . vma rT NOW I WEAB VEP T SPEiK VYI 1 FUCE LOOKS WElL.'N A WiV O WA'T TILL i C1I6SIM' AN C :A8ETAK.k! )',) DC SEBTERTiM- it KS JlUMV- V6'm! i"UST. V f,S FLACK 1 TO CUR CA8E lit 3 I :BUTLEE W.TW l TUN TWAS THE YACHT ! scyic.E Ai4 has ttwwins I'LL MWE Good Roughage With good roughage, considerably more than one-half of the nutrients required for milk production can be furnished with hay and silaye in winter and with pasture in summer. ckwe vcli eac:-- -1 C: s HAIR -BREADTH HARRY Chief Product Tobacco is the chief item of Turkish goods shipped to the United States. i THE DAILY CLINTONIAN "Vermillion County's . Home f iaHT" 1 i Itigbest Town in World I Potosi, Bolivia, which is 14,350 J feet above sea-Wei, is the highest j fcAvn u tlie world, !.t- irr y tiwt f .L i'.'wiMfiff suiru " tayi

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