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   Marshall Evening Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 28, 1942, Marshall, Michigan                                Interest League Playing East The leagues first intersec tio0ai Barnes open League clubs play in the west and western Aniericari League clubs swing ing through the When they May 7 ihese points the Dodgers are the the National League been fattening up on Itfe Ehtls culfs small Whether the Cardinals hava Vastly overrated and lack the punch to storm the Nation alLeague Whether the Reds have gra dually disintegrated and arc put 4f pennant Whether the Yankees will irtampede their rivals and make a joke of the American League Watch Indians i Whether the eight game winning streak is a flash in the pan or the indicator that Baby Pilot Boudreau really others throats and getting al most The whole pic ture can change rapidly in a Almost the same is true ii the American League where the Yankees have grabbed si of their nine triumphs from th Athletics and figured to be the leagues weakes The Red Sox have beer able to get a standoff in six games with the Yanks and that is taken to mean in some quar ters that the Bronx Bombers arent quite the dominant they were a year Major Leagues AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 9 Cleveland Detroit 10 Boston 7 Washington 5 3 3 5 5 9 has kindled the pennant fever Whether the Red Sox have 5 9 Louis 5 10 Chicago 3 9 j Games behind Mondays Results No games Todays Games Detroit at Chicago at Cleveland at Louis at New NATIONAL LEAGUE High School to Play Two Games This Week Coach Bruce Brays Marshal high baseball team will two games this one at Albion tomorrow afternoon and one with Adrian here on Friday Both games will begin at The gnme with Albion will not count in the Twin but the Adrian con test Marshall beat Albion here last Wednesday in a non conference game by a 3 to 2 Only two official Twin Val ey games have been played in he conference thus Stur is 10 to 6 defeat of Marshall was one of while Lake iew defeated Adrian in the has won two ionconference games by the same beating both Al ion and Coldwatcr by 6 to 0 LOUIS WELCOMES OHARE HOME White Slated to Pitch Today for Detroit Tigers improved their pitching enough to make a serious pennant tip until now the clubs in bothleagues have been play ing among themselves in their own Brooklynfigured to fast because of its numerous against east The have Won9of their 11 victories the Braves and Jump led off to a threegamp lead in the National tough Western Reds have been cutting each Brooklyn Pittsburgh 7 New York 7 Chicago 7 Louis 5 6 Cincinnati 3 7786 5 6 6 6 8 7 3 4 5 5 3 10 Games behind Mondays Results Chicago Cincinnati 11 Only game Todays Games at Philadelphia at at r New YOrk at To Needs of Children B LOGAN PRO bet of in J0or poblif schools Mio are pronlid with lunch under the supervisor the ichcwl mo tboritifcs on the grounds varies in different I should I Clendening will answer questions of geueral interest and then only through hn judge that larger the the larger the proportion of pupils who require this Of in mny city the proportion j upon he location of the whether or not it is in m residential neighborhood of high or low economic Thegeneral movementfor school has grown end certainly Iwlds grtat possibilities botij im mediate and A committee the American Associa tion has recently released an offi cial statement concerning this iri cretBingly zigniflwnt opit in the American In adapting the school lupcb to the needs of the one most f tveognise and correct the principal nutritional deficiencies most com American 1 These are vitamin certain iodine and Wivertl minor Where money is lacking for the purchase of food in the or the ade S9 provision of lunch for the a deficiency in all these es sentials may The food eources from these deficiencies can be made up are milk for calcium and vita eggs for phosphorus and cheese for calcium and phos phorui fruits and Hfaats for many includ log iron whole grains and peas beans for vitamin The proper feeding of a vast whether in an army or constitutes an appall ing Not only mutt a suit able diet be but the diffl of transportation and pres must be Future Valuea The possibilities for good of lunches are to important that the management of all the cafeterias in all the public Schools should be placed in the hands of single Certainly the sale of undesirable such as candy and in the cafeteria or on the school premises should be In order to this particular the school children should not be allowed to leave the school premises during the lunch hour and no one should bet allowed bootleg candy or other foods to QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Will daily contact with dry graphite be likely to cause lung injuiy Answer it may cause a condition known as I have heard that rhn barb was hard on the Is this true Answer On the rhu barb has no especial effect on the kidneys whatever likejnost vege it tends to make the urine alkaline and to this extent is good rather than Is phenobarbital habit forming and is it injurious for one to take it for a length of time Answer The opinion of the medical profession is not unani mous on Any drug which is as powerful an Hypnotic as pheno barbital is bound to be habit form ing in with an unstable nervous In the sense that abstinence from its Use produces serious withdrawal it is not habit I have known people to take it for a long time without forming a or with out its doing them any On the other I have known many cases of habit It may cause skin rashes and temporary dimness of Will an Xray detect stomach ulcers Is it possible to cure such a condition Is there any symptom that will defi nitely tell a stomach ulcer condi tion Answer The if prop a half game from first place in the American League the Detroit Tigers opened their eastern front offensive today in a game with the Red Hal rookie up from was to pitch for De White has pitched outs in the only two starts he has He scattered seven hits to beat the Browns 4 to 0 at Louis April His sec ond win was at Detroit April 23 when he defeated the White Sox 9 to Yank who has won one and lost was scheduled to pitch for Before leaving for Boston the Tigers released Second Baseman Dutch Meyer to Buffalo under an optional Virgil an other promising was sent to Henry Ford hospital for a Altho Trucks hasj Maynard iieen he hasnt been feeling in the best of Lester i Will John Coolidge will be hostess to associate club mem Following lun cheon at Hotel bridge will be played at Cool idges V SubDeb The SubDebs are scheduled to meet with Miss Norma Jean son believes an error has been made in reporting acreage of wheat on a he nliay vote and his vote may be ac but will be placed in a sealed envelope and held un Telephone Thle Evening Guild of Trinity church telephone bridge party last with and Miss Louise Kempf as cochair Games were played at homes of the following with Clare Welch assisting IVIiss Dorothy RutWruff Kenneth Wil son Carroll with Ilo Fissenden ing Lloyd Koyl Claire with Homer Sydow and Harold Hester assisting and Contract prize were won by Miss Vera Durand and the auction prize by Miss Dorothy and tian Endeavor group of the Gospel gathered for outdoor games and sports at the home of their East Hanover last nighC Among other there was a tugof war between the girls and the with the girls wiener roast culminated the social This group meets til it has been ascertained as to awards at pedro were taken by whether or not he is eligible to J and Carroll These prizes were donated by Farmers will not receive a 1Jas J Millars cldthing Burma Appears About to Fall to Japs Concluded from Page 1 lied base on south New 7 Jap Planes Downed Todays communique from Douglas MacArthurs headquarters said that seven For the second time the city of roars a welcome home to a worldfamous This time it is Ed ward a native of Louis and the Navys 1 ace shot down five and crippjed a sixth Japanese plane in one air At his is OHares Selma and at his right In 1927 Louis welcomed home then Captain Lindbergh following his solo Atlantic Coleman five year Standing Storr and i Maynard paving and Curtis and per cent would have to exist in I foods and from 25 to 33 per cent in clothing before ration ing would become Items that might have to be it was would be those that come from for and eign The shipping Rushford and Jack Fire Fost bottleneck may create serious er and Lester The war production board des and Lewis Michigan Beats 134 The University of Michigan baseball team nicked three Michigan Normal pitchers for 12 including four home to overwhelm the Hurons 13 to 4 Held scoreless for three in nings while Michigan Normal jsent two runners across the plate in the first Michi gan came to life in the fourth and turned the game into a Paul Dick Don Holman and Bud Chamberlain hit a home run apiece for Mich Storr and last night cut by 25 per cent Dustin j the deliveries of coffee to roast Water and Braniers and wholesale WPB officials said the war had Brandes and created uncertainties about future since merchant Noneman and ships that normally transport coffee needed to carry war Moore Most of the coffee used in the United States comes and j from Latin i Several weeks ago the WPB Moore cut in half the amount of another item that must be im Curtis and mostly from Lewis Parks and sidewalks and Jack Noneman Dustin and personal notice advising them of their to vote in this but polling places will supplied with an eligible voting list from which it can be readily determined whether or not a person is elig No person shall be entitl ed to more than one re gardless of the number of farms in which he is interested as a There may be no vot ing by but voting by mail is Those peo ple not able to vote at the polls may obtain an absentee ballot from the county office and this ballot must be received in the county AAA office in which the voter is eligible before the hour at which the polls are Articles dealing with the wheat referendumhave appearj ed which are very i The purpose of the quota is j is to penalize Rath the purpose is to cause him to see the seriousness of the sit uation which exists Quotas serve to regulate the orderly marketing of the wheat thus helping to prevent the overloading of transporta Reedys Food Cronins and Fox Flower Gingerbread with whipped cream was served following the and Taylors JJome Dairy donated all the For Japanese planes were downed an attack on making a total of 18 in I wo A Japanese transport was sunk in an Allied attack on Ka vieng in the Bismarck and a raid also was made on Faisi in the north of ihe sea route from Americato On the European air the British continued their day and night offensive which has hardly been interrupted in tho The Misses Marian last six During the night man and Jayne Smith enter tained informally at the form ers home last compli menting Miss Mary Elizabeth a May Two tables of bridge were in play during the earlier part of the and score awards were made to Phillip Cur rie and Miss Helen A dainty dessert course was serv ed following the spring flowers being used as table de The guest of honor was presented with a most ac ceptable gift from the which included Robert Clayborn and the Misses Jeanne Margaret Kraushaar and Jane Scott Ensign and Miss Jane McKins try have issued for a party in honor of their sis this to occur on Friday tion at i may be Sugar will be rationed be Leach and George ginning next On May 15 Rushford and rationing of gasoline in eastern Special Committees Stockyard and onion nuis UP for widespread ration Lester i inS of Consumers durable stales become Officials said OPA had given SLeach and Victor production of which Bicycle already has ordered stop Harley Holmes i ncd These and vacufcm Railroad i and other gadgets which space is on farms as well as in commercial ware At thev present time there is 93 per cent more wheat stored on farms than in the per iod from 193440 there is 103 per cent more in county mills andelevators and 177 per cent more In terminal The storage situation in Kansas is so acute that a delegation of ware housemen have gone to Wash to seek a They have room for storing only 3 million bushels of new wheat in one of the largest wheat producing states in the at the formers Storage BaUle home For Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the local bus station at on Thursday from wHch point busses from the Veterans Facility hospital at Custer will transport them to the Sandwiches ot homemade candy are to be all these to be a part of to the patients con fined Card games will be in session throughout the eve Thru acreage Entertain farmers can direct their resources into production which George Rushford alpaccepted commonly as symis producing more and Victor bols of the high American Airport standdfds of be i v IrV JivingWill DC The Wolverines tied the Wm come scarce as stores sell out or i Noneman and Harold their Present stocks and re Ordinance Placements become William Page and Local rationing under Stebbins OPA are now distrib Bills totaling were j utinS new tires approved and ordered i ancl tubes to essential score at twoall in the fourth on Whites tworun Nor mal forged in front again in the same inning but Michigan matched Huron runs in the fifth and went ahead on a three run spurt in the Lewis Storr New Alderman In 1st Ward Concluded from Page 1 Both are subject to the inspec tion of the police department and the city health Harold who has audited the books of the city for the past several years was again voted the official auditor of the city at a fee of During a recess of the coun the members convened as a board of with city i health in report on disease for the past year showed 11 cases of chicken pox but he is of the opinion that several cases of disease were not reported to his Following the report and its adoption Jones was reap pointed as health officer for Other Committees Appointed Appointments to the city commissions to the stand ing committees were made by Mayor and approved by the They as lows City Commissions Light and C Brooks three year Athletic field Holt three year Cemetery board and Victor Watson year fats and rather than burdening the country with a weakened wheat Delbert Thunder will entertain the of the 500 her 842 West Michigan on Thursday 0 President On Radio Tonight Concluded from Page 1 gress for special legislation on farm The rent control phase of the price control law has been in effect in many defense a but the new order is to extend it to others where rents have increased sharply 4n recent DeT roit has been the largest in which rents have been con Little Rationing Yet rationing under Presidents new program was expected to be confined for the most part to the fields of food and One OPA representative said shortages of approximately 20 Wheat Quota Referendum Saturday from Page 1 All others in their respective township The polls will ppen at and will remain open con tinuously until ern War A person will be eligible to vote if he shares in the proceeds of the 1942 crop of wheat on a farm where the acreage plant ed to wheat is more than 15 acres and the normal produc tion of the planted acreage is 200 bushels or Wheat on all farms has been previously measured and only those per sons will be permitted to vote who are considered as eligible voters under the foregoing if a per Statet Forest Fire Hazard Continues states forest fire hazard contin ued today as conservation de partment officials reported no rain and generally bad condi R chief of the de partments forest fire enforcement was in Marquette today supervising forest fire fighting operations in the upper Latest figures released by the conservation department reveal ed a total of 233 fires since April 19 had burned acres bringing the total for the year to This figure was only acres less than the entire acreage burned last and wa the largest amount burned in any corresponding period sincer In the Upper peninsula last fires burned while 98 fires in the low er peninsula burned Social Meeting Catholic Daughters of Ameri senior will enjoy a social meeting in Marys school at 800 oclock this Christian Endeavor Fifteen members of Chris a big scale attack was made on the Nazi industrial center of Cologne and another raid was directed against the Norwegian port of where the Germans had concentrated their main naval in cluding the battleship TirpiU and the heavy cruiser Eu British planes attacked Euro pean coastal points during the night and renewed heavy day light raids on Nazi targets in France The Germans retaliated with a raid last night on the his torical city of where there were casualties and much The Germans claimed theyhad shot down 38 British planes yesterday and last Onj the Russian the Bed army continued attacks on the Finland sector but on other sectors operations appeared to IKseverely handicapped by mud and LOANS to QUICKLY AND MIVATELV MADE We try to make the borrowing of money a simple You do have to atk or relatiret 10 tign your Loam ire made without 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