The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on October 25, 1944 · Page 7
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The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio · Page 7

Massillon, Ohio
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Wednesday, October 25, 1944
Page 7
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vJS A" ' rl tEETONIA PASSES GOAL SAiiEM,—Near-by Leetonia' .village/ became the first Columbiana cpltinty town to .tops its War Fund quota Tuesday, when Chairman Ralph Kennedy reported receipts in ixcess of its $2,000 goal. Salem was still short $2,193 .of its $43,970 quota. SUoseph ASPIRIN 100 TABLETS JW WORLDS LARGEST SELLER AT 10< SAILOR DIES IN 5-STORY PLUNGE YOUNGSTOWN,—A Youngstown sailor was killed Monday night when he leaped frpm the filth floor of the St. George Hotel in Brooklyn, N. Y., during a fire in the -hptei; his widow was advised Tuesday. The sailor who died in the plunge was Gunner's Mate Gerald .L, Gal-* lagher, husband of Lillian. A navy officer, told the family that Gallagher apparently awoke to find his room full of smoke and jumped from the window. He had seen action in Africa, Italy and in the invasion of France. FILL YOUR COAL BIN NOW! * with deep mined shipped-in coals that are really good. BARNES COSHOCTON LUMP WOLF RUN LUMP OHIO NO. 8 LUMP [The Peoples Coal Co. 227 3rd St., NW. Dial 7937 "24 Years of Heating" Satisfaction" Japanese Sub Drowned Yanks Bound On Deck IITTIE JACKY SANTUCCI, JR. (left), aged 4 months, is the innocent subject •of a paternity dispute in the Chicago courts, where his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Santucci, 18 (center, with her daughter Sally Ann at right), is contesting the divorce sought by her husband, Jack Santucci. The husband cites that after he had been absent II months at sea, his wife gave birth to the baby. Her lawyers counter with stranger cases from medical history, and insist he's the child's father. (International) Ugly Eczema No Joke The itching torment of eczema is eneugh to make anyone wretched and anxious for relief. If you suffer from the itching of eczema, pimples, angry red blotches and other irritating blemishes, get Peterson's Ointment, 35c application all druggists. If does not delight one you. money refunded. Peterson's Ointment also wonderful for itching feet, cracks between toes.—Ad. In the . ... Football Spirit Not just football fashions . . . but full- time fashions tliat you'll star overtime in all season long. Warm young fashions to make you look pretty and rosy . . . all are as exciting as a ninety-yard run. In or out of tlie stadium, football fashions are the clothes American women like best , . . the clothes expressing the cheer of a people that can shout for a touchdown even in the midst of a global war. l&sire is that my brother, John M. : arlln of Glendale, have all my property regardless of what it is." Pyle's affidavit continued: "Carlin was killed on that date." Small War Plants Paying Off Loans Small manufacturers who have negotiated loans for war production 1 hrough the Smaller War Plants cor- j aeration have established a remark- ! ably good record of repayment acr | cording to Noble Jones, Canton,- dis- i trict loan agent. He said figures re- i cently released from Washington re- ' veal that only a fraction of one per i cent of the total amount loaned by the Smaller War Plants corporation has had to be charged off as uncol- lectible. Mr. Joges pointed out that the Smaller War Plants corporation has set a policy of "non-competition with normal established credit institutions." "We do not make loans", he said, "in any instance without first taking it up with the applicant's bank. If for various reasons the bank cannot make the loan or participate in it, we sometimes go ahead and furnish the finances, provided, of course, that a careful investigation warrants it." The majority of the Smaller War Plants corporation loans were made in order to assist small plants in war production. Under new legislation, the corporation is authorized to assist in making credit and credit facilities available to small plants when they reconvert to peace-time production. The Canton district loan office serves 14 surrounding counties, including Mercer county, Pennsylvania, and is located in the First National Bank Building, Canton. LOS ANGELES—The story of a apanese 'submarine' that sub- lerged, leaving 100 American pris- ners to drown on its deck with heir hands tied, was related In uperior court Tuesday by a mer- hant seaman who escaped because he Japanese believed him dead and eft him unfettered. The sailor who told the story was me of 23 survivors out of approximately 100 left on deck when the iubmarine dived. The story came out in an affidavit in support of an oral wil riade by First Officer Clement Carin, U.S.M.S., and filed by Charles 3. Pyle, v one of 23 survivors of the S. S. Jean Nicolet, torpedoed by Jap submarine in the Indian ocear last July. ' Pyle now is convalescing in an j Oakland (Cal.) naval hospital. Carlin made his will soon aftci the Jean Nicolet sank and while the lifeboat crew waited to board the Jap submarine, Pyle said. He quoted Carlin as saying in the presence of the crew: "They are going to take us on this submarine and none of us will come out. There is a chance. 1 want to say what I would like to have you do regarding my property if you come out and I do not. My COLDS: rinuT Micrpv ^T FIGHT MISERY where you feel it—rub throat, chest and back with time-tested Greek Premier Forms Cabinet Marine Christens Her 'Home' Vessel THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Masaillon, O.—Wed,. Oct. 25. 1944 KILLED AT PLAY CINCINNATI, (AP) — Donald BUCYRUS—A Bucyrus woman, | Lewis, 1. was killed yesterday by an Marine Sergt. Eleanor Fe?Iey, who'automobile as he played with his 'coy- is stationed in California, christened ! waf , on here the U. S. S. Bucyrus at the Rich- i • ' in Cali " Why Thousands of Doctors »„ Have Prescribed ATHENS, — Premier George! Bucyrus will have a direct part Papandreou announced Tuesday | in the christening of another ship night the formation of a new Greek cabinet, and at the same time his finance minister disclosed arrival at Sturgeon Bay. WLs.. Thursday. The Bucyrus slid down the ways already equipped with a library and —|. Perfuss/n of "large amounts" of gold from j athletic goods bought with funds London to help stabilize the drach- i contributed by voluntary contribu- ma. tions here. The new cabinet, in which Papan- In Sturgeon Bay. Marilyn Hughes, dreou will hold the ministries of; girl newspaper carrier who led all war and foreign affairs, includes|carriers of Ohio in the sale of War; representatives 'of eight political I bonds and stamps during the treas- parties and two independents. Only three of the 17 members served with the Greek government in exile in Cairo. ury department's bond selling campaign this summer, will christen the. U. S. S. Schuyler a.s a reward for her .sales. (DUE TO COLDS)' Pertussin must be good when thousands upon thousands of Doctors have prescribed it for so many years. Pertussin acts at once to relieve your coughing. It loosens andmakes phlegm easier to raise. Safe and effective for both old and, young. Inexpensive I Have a "Coke" = Join in the fun VAPORUB Discloses State Joins T. B. Drive COLUMBUS — James E. Bauman, j acting director, disclosed Tuesday | the proposed establishment of a' division of tuberculosis in the state health department. •" He told the annual conference of county and municipal health offi- j cials that a new division would en- | able Ohio to "fight the disease on a wholesale scale" with the help of fctibrnl funds available under the new public health reorganization act. Bauman said the division would j be headed by a specialist on tuberculosis "to centralize the state department's efforts." Dr. A. W. Newitt of the United States Public Health Service office in Chicago explained that the act authorized the surgeon general of the United States public health i service to. v allocate funds to states to finance"' tuberculosis programs. He said the state department would have to ask the legislature for funds to inaugurate the state pro- r'am as the federal act requires "that states and counties show a willingness to spend their own money." Bauman urged county and health commissioners to prepare budgets j for prevention and control pro- j grams in their communities and; file them with the state department • as soon as possible. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY'S MARCHAND'S FOOD MARKET Erie-St., S'. For Greater Values in HOME FURNISHINGS ITS mihS BROC FURIUTDRE tl CHIC STREET NOBTH OPO 0051 Omcf Arcade Market 150 Lincoln Way, W. Do All Your Food Shopping Here Because • You Get Better Selection • It's More Convenient • You Save More RIDE THE V BUS Save Your Tires. We Will Serve You FIDELITY Motor Bus Line, Inc. ...or adding life and sparkle to Halloween Have a "Coke" is the invitation that starts a party off right and keeps it going. Coca-Cola adds its own life and sparkle to the natural gaiety of youth. When young people get together, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes, —symbolizes the sunny side of life, • EOTTUD UNDK AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.—CANTON, O. U U 0 "Coke" = Coca-Cola It*» natural for popular name* to-acquire friendly abbrevia* tions. That'* why you heat CocA-Cola called "Coke". BLOOD DONORS NEEDED DIAL 24789 AND REGISTER THIS IS IT! NOW YOU CAN HELP MOST! Every time a wounded American's life is saved by blood plasma, the blood donors back here at home can feel that they've participated in a winning battle! Now more than at any time during this war, more blood plasma is needed, because our activities on every battlefront are intensified; more wounded are falling—and it's up to us to keep the number of dying as low as possible. Call the Red Cross where you wilt be welcome as a donor. For full information, dial 2-1789. WE NEED YOU THURSDAY, FRIDAY, or SATURDAY, OCT. 26-27-28th ENROLL TODAY AS A BLOOD DONOR AT RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS, AMERICAN LEGION HOME SPONSORED BY i The EAL Co.

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