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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Ames, Iowa Weather forecast Ames and Vicinity fair tonight and tuesday continued Cool fresh to Strong winds. Ames daily Tribune to vol. 77�?no. 288 official ame and Story county paper yhxv�b8al thames territory Ames. Iowa. Monday june 5. 1944 be a news reporter when you learn some news phone it to Tribune news department. Phone 2400 United pres Wirt service five cent fifth army pushing beyond Rome Pursuit of nazis japs pushed Back two fronts by United pres japanese Are being pushed Back by Allied troops two Pacific Battlefront so Biak Island dutch new Guinea and along Salween front China. Biak Island american troops Are moving steadily along Lokmer Ridge drive toward important Lokmer Ai drome. The americans have blasted their Way through fierce japanese resistance difficult terrain after being halted for five Days. Allied planes have supported ground operations. Together Allied air and ground forces have destroyed 24 japanese planes. Biak is vital drive to Philippines less than 90 Miles to North. Chinese troop fighting Asia chinese troops have crossed Shwell River Western Yunnan province they have driven their Way southward to within 12 Miles of japanese stronghold of ten Chung old Burma Road. The chinese have Cut off main japanese Supply lines North of ten Chung and have closed for a direct attack City. Which is already under attack by american planes. Simultaneously other Allied forces Are reported gaining slowly their twin drives against enemy bases at Kamying and my a Kina Northern Burma. However heavy Monsoon Rains have Law requiring labor organizers to hampered ground operations and Register. Number of decision Cut Down Aerial support. To North China chinese troops have counter attacked to ready for War Bond a Day Willard b. Simmons Texarkana druggist who sparked idea for spectacular opening of fifth War loan famed Texas Arkansas borderline town is pictured going Over final plans with mrs. I. N. Williams who wrote a special fifth War loan pledge for women. Momentous year for supreme court draws to a close today Washington. I h a of mentors 1943-44 term of United states supreme court draws to a close today. Admiral Leahy court s final decision is exp petted to be a ruling government a authority to bring anti Trust charges against 196 fire insurance companies six Southeastern states. Seven other important cases also Are docket for decision including a test of a Texas flow japanese Advance southward toward Changsha key stronghold Hankow child to Railroad. The chinese Are reported to have occupied Wanhsiang. So Miles Northwest of Changsha. Despite this Success and support of american airmen strafing and bombing japanese columns there % is still bitter fighting area. Naval Victoria Navy department has just announced new victories for american submarines waging War at any Price Premier of Poland Washington Washington up a state department announces that Stan islam Mikolajczyk prime minis Terter of Poland arrives Washington today. This appears to be Long awaited Bra Eaks polish situation. Such a development has been expected official washing-1 ton quarters Ever since undersecretary of state Edward Stettinius return from London Early last month. The Premier is coming at invitation of United states gov eminent. It is his first visit to this country since he assumed office. He will meet soon with president Roosevelt and other High government figures to discuss polish russian Border controversy. The polish ambassador to United states said Only last week that polish government exile is still ready to reach a collaboration agreement with soviet government. He made this statement exclusive interview with United press. The controversy Between Poland and Russia involves not Only Eastern Boundary of Poland but composition of exile polish government London. A a Rome end of Many Long hard roads courts eight month term. Was marked by a number of dec Pef i a u Stone that really strengthener to j ,0 ,0f wh0 a to nation s War Effort. It also Al Quot Quot up a. Distinguished by . Avid pub l Ahi a j Quot a or nearing a Joti distal tuffet Mien a confident that t and pc us1 his words Quot we of n of spa a a my tic awas for ing at Cornell College com-1 me Cement today Admiral wll-1 Ham d. Leahy chief of staff to president Roosevelt said Preven-1. Tulve preparation is Only Road a 4 Fly t yank units Cross tiber River control Capitol Roosevelt to discuss fall of Rome tonight by United press american troops Are posting beyond Rome without pause to Harry enemy forces retreating disorder tanks and infantry vanguards of fifth army have crossed wide Liber River at several Washington Points Atte swe Ping through Washington Pic president Street of Home. We now con Roo severe a voice will be heard Rol Rome completely. Around world tonight. I As american Tripo and r. A a trance against enemy Allied i resident i i planes continued to bombard and liberation of Rome for 15 minutes strafe nazi roads of escape beginning at 7 30 p. . C. W. To to North. Yesterday alone his talk will be carried by Allma of Allied fighters and Jor networks and rebroadcast by ter bombers destroyed or dam Short w Ive aged 600 trucks tanks and other to nil to. Vehicles crowded highways. The White House says simply and returning pilots say they that or. Roosevelt will speak could see dead nazi troops fall of Rome. There Are no sprawled beside their ruined Lehi further official details. But Washington observers think president will remind Axis satellites rations that they must got out of War or share certain destruction awaiting nazi Germany. It believed presidential j reminder will be last warn ing Axis satellites will get before a Day. The president also is expected i Volunteer work map above shows Rome and its environs first Axis capital City this War to be attacked by Allied ground troops. Among justices. ,. One Hundred . Open 0�?� Quot Quot let. , ions worn Down before �?�2 a a a p our today session. Fourteen of these Quot were split by five to four margin. L a at a we a at least to were decided by Rul if it Quot quote al.an5�?T it race of Quot a ing. Of sex to three. The Unalt or. Mons decisions were mostly . Of staff said be be minor cases i Lleve l a Iague of nations recess Pun of another Neh a a a we a of numb a of government Are bowing j. Down a morass of legislative i Lorn s a a a a a a congestion and congressional fears War japanese Supply lines. The senators and representatives and h Are afraid to be out of session i Jed when a Day Arr yes. And they arc Junior hostess pins for so hours of Volunteer work at Satur Day night Uso dances were awarded last saturday to Bonita Thompson and Lillian Vasey. Senior hostess pins for 50 hours of Volunteer work Uso club rooms were presented to mrs. David l. Arm and mrs. George b. Hartman according to Ray Cunningham. Director of local club. The Uso has authorized a Cert acute of meritorious service with a minimum requirement of too hours of Volunteer work. The local undersea Craft have sunk is More enemy ships. The new kills include one Large transport one Large cargo vessel seven medium cargo vessels two Small cargo vessels four medium cargo transports and one Small cargo transport. The announced number of enemy ships hit by american submarines this War now stands at 740. That includes 589 sunk 36 probably sunk and 115 damaged. Meanwhile japanese continue to take a pounding from american bombers. Liberators have hit Truk twice two Days. The big enemy base was blasted with 77 tons of bombs and to enemy fighter planes were shot Down without loss. Army and Navy planes have raided Nauru Island Central Pacific and Ponape Eastern Carolines. Combined army and Navy planes also have tarried out new raids Kuril islands Japan a Northern Empire _ v nation to enjoy breathing spell from rationing Myca 144 years old june sixth this year Marks erne Hundredth anniversary of y. M. C. A. The Young men s Christian association was founded London England june 6, ish by a group of twelve Youthful dry goods clerks who met to organize a society for a improvement of spiritual condition of Young men j engaged drapery and other Memphis. Tenn., to lbs Memphis United press Bureau today was Busy denying another premature invasion Rumor that mrs. Roosevelt had entered Rome with Allied forces. Numerous callers wanted to know what presidents wife was doing Italy. They evidently had confused United press reporter Eleanor Packard with America w idely-1 travelled first lady. Des. This steady air Campaign. Phi great Allied superiority armaments has led to Belier that fifth army May be Able to catch a considerable portion of nazi Force before enemy can reach his next line of fortifications Iso Miles to North. Behind Allied advanced to to reassure Pope plus that vie j tuition last nazi opposition tortious Allied armies will respect within Rome itself has been sovereignty and Sancley of dealt with. The Vatican. The remaining nazi machine Ore question remains a answer junner3< tanks and snipers have a do will or. Roosevelt mention rat so Quot dry a of a Allt italian Pou Tiest situation j As proof of that London radio says Pope Pius twelfth stood Balcony of St. Peter s Cathedral today while Rowda of enthusiastic roman Titi Lens cheered and Allied troop marched through City. Between Rome and i1f or Lei troops Are Aromas ahead along South aide of tiber River a drive to Mouth of a noun. I or of tie enemy of fees Light primary vote cast state today organization May add any other Christian people should requirements that it chooses to j trades by introduction of re far so a Titt a a heavy Quot Calendar of us loss Antlee Mon \ important business. I a relent or territory of t saturday night a a re led by. Young Man ii Ere Lanty or territory of any a to Sidney Stone who has acted As i named George Williams who was announce funeral -l0n that loud Nike internal master of ceremonies at Dan-1 App aued by conditions facing a or Ajces per import Senate a recess senates recess arrange tonal War by aggressor i nos ments probably will be worked. 8ible of Creig 1 j Ces. The award was presented by yet ninja Raen London at that time out tonight at conference Between Admiral . The reverend harsh Kooper of he from this Humble beginning democratic Leader Alben bark Herman Hughes Dill of committee arrangement. Of Kentucky and Republican Lea Falis and or h Fletcher a Der Wallace White of Amine Lewis of Cornell College were pre a Ujj i House chieftains Are disposed to sen cd honorary degrees at Ann Osi Navoia delay their decision another week a commencement exercise or two until eve of open-1 Des Moines Utis voter Ara and far Between at polls today bearing out predictions Rome Are fleeing toward that primary vote would be Estuary apparent attempt to lightest cast Iowa during escape. The past 25 years. J leaders of Victor at Waterloo county auditor our nah Ftp lieutenant Bailey Barnes reports voting generl a Lark Hui com Prim lightest i is Cen Dur no mated his men for trl his ii Yotaro office with not a Inch at Rome cutting Thea Vii Thoan w2vot Cal any u a is fifth of Black Hawk county pro array cinch. A fewer than 300 Persona have a and ther message general voted at fort Madison and describe fall of Rome turn out is typical of virtually a stepping Stone toward every Section of state Complete destruction of Ger one Polk county precinct Only six votes had been recorded i Benito Mussolini by Way up toll of clock morning admits that Allied occupation compared with 36 at same borne is a painful chapter tint two Yuan a to j car. But he claims Meas voting is extremely Light ures wil1 to Quot Back Burlington and Des Moines county fallen capital of fascist ing of Republican National a j. Of county 4-h girls Willy iwo wive Var Ann so hmm Nadia elected president Mac z r and Atlantic voting is reported i or. Vod i let Iti Cli percent below 1942 for Casal cd convention. By then they Hope to know How much work remains to be done. Senator Kenneth Wherry of be vets attend meeting Joann Sandom was elected president of Story county 4-h fort Dodge up a Only two j firer is at their annual rally Day pro a 7 Yar a it it a Unningham do Braska. Republican whip feels Iowa Veteran of civil War pram he a Community one room has grown one of Lilia no. La a till la i it la percent below 1942 for Casal Conquest of Rome is hav largest International organizations funeral services will be held county. Inf 11 affect italian we orld with 21 degree Grant a it or a Torriea and absence of political situation. Naples All toe Ell tvs Otto own sort Proon a a 3 a a a local a of a or or of flew Sim indict that Hosfor it it student to oms 600 other a r mrs. A. Blamed for la. Lark of inter a a k no \ tot or Emmanuel will. Gertrude Bode Tammen 83. 2928 est i d hts Royal Power th., a. Been Myca Wood Street who died sundae or a Jar a a a m d there has been a y. M. To. A. For Republican nomination for months ago. Chapter at Iowa state College for f,.n, Arv governor which lieutenant reports aay King la ached Tammen was ill for three not nor Robert Blue of Eagle us Ltd to sir documents believed tor of local organization told weft a a. Grove and speaker of House la Transfer his Powers to Hla son get j j rotarian at their luncheon meet re w. Barlow of College Henry w. Burma of Allison Are Crown Prince Humbert while vie Congress should not adjourn for Are among More than 200 Par guiding Nevada saturday f0 1 g a. Stud eat at ate presbyterian Church will he leading candidate. I tor Emmanel retire hut does not summer with invasion Immi 50�?Ts attending 70th annual other officers Are Cleota har my this Oon. Tour student Ai isl ,.rk. N nent. He wants lawmakers to1 Ca moment of grand army of res of Maxwell vice president College told of various charge of ser a governor Bourke b hic Kenlow abdicate be hand to keep Eye Republic emergency Laws and directives cemetery per i Only candidate for senator Edward Robertson of _ ,. A. T r>1 Niv he Nrec Dent of tire .0,-0 a pro Stair they Are David Sisk state Cora o Zearing historian. Fame. Pres item Wyoming says certainly a a Ltd. To to a a nine Tea cried daughter of Rev Senate should be session Sander and last Union Arm Over 200 girl attended rally a 8 men or a Day or it visits . Iou. Soldi Aday program us huh consist it or �o�?o0. He a a or a to t. R. Tammen. A 8. 19,�?T Tig fun. factory work i Home at Marshalltown and Johr i registration a 1 30 p. . With a has made. Tine or me larger , a stabilization director Vinson m. Cudgel assistant adjutant Gen program afternoon followed being move form toe out a1 a has called Senate to reject Era i of Shenandoah. J by a picnic at 6 30 p. . Session building to basement of Mot i1 mov no a int s Only 17 of Union soldiers were carried evening Hall for duration. state Are living. I starting at g porn. 1 Phillip Gibbs vice president exp i theme for meeting this plaint social and discussion f Tow att Shui. I Martha weak of Nevada Asor a phases pm cd Quot Quot my Timm vow How a Iii Kupu Eltran Noel Nazloo tot us Niz Tiona at fort Dodge tary treasurer and Joyce Adams state Campus 1v 1rsn Pirando rap Mich set tip we a tor and there ii Little Bode anti a democratic race because senator Ais that club Gertrude body. She was married Guy Gillette has Only Ernest addition it reported that Radogno government will meet today presumably discuss Kings plans however formal announcement of Kings Ai Tionta not exp my it ted before this evening at earliest. From Britain e a w h he. The Bankhead plan to link raw Cotton and textile prices. He warns that passage of Bill would be a serious blow to nations stabilization policy. Vinson charges that Bankhead proposal would Cost Consumers Chicago t hundreds of millions of dollars. Going to enjoy a breathing spell he claims it would Benefit Only from food rationing. But there a a textile manufacturers who he hitch to it. Walter Strauh . By. A pro by a a profit. A i times As great As they made director of food rationing do before vision of office of Price admin a 1st ration told 46th annual p a Milf convention of retail grocers this i. O. L. Student wins morning that no one knows How i Anna Larrabee award Long relaxation of restrictions j Margaret Mckeegan. Rock Val will last. Ley has been awarded Anna Straub says that relaxed re \ Larrabee prize at Iowa state eol Itri colons will continue a Long As legs for outstanding work food condition warrant. He warns How preparation. Eve Tholf if Supply situation j miss Mckeegan graduated from Ever. Max ii it e a a Iowa state College March 1933 Tharsa. The opa will return to a he or o san a a inter control . of a Ono Mac. Major of Chance needless hoarding and a periodontal cookery. She is buying panic. He indicate that a daughter of or. And mrs c. F. Return to More rigid rationing May Mckeegan Rock Valley. Be avoided for armed forces i Anna Larrabee prize was have their Stock Nlle under con established 192% by miss Anna Tref. Ona of recon for Larrabee of Clermont. A la awards ,lsn.alu., of annually to senior student t Hanne Hng of of much Sood lot Owa Collet Dis. Tho army stockpile is that us a Ting shed herself food Prepa armed forces have demanded a Ragou a f00 j standards name food Supply of nine Mouths for 0f women receiving award Are every Man of woman sent Over engraved upon a Large Silver trav sea. Presented by i Larrabee to Straub Calls for continuation of Home economies division Victory gardening to relieve demands food Supply As Factor. S1 avoiding reinforcement of his worker Irinod i ,. _ ,. Vear old farm worker r Loyu Sui ratio my controls. Foryce jr., drowned Veat erday v while cd i ing a Sand put >1 a unus win a ring but tv8, Coronet said fighting Man tack Herr Arnener. J death a accidental War Bonds Are safest year was a living 4-h pledge groups vestment wide world. Of 1944.�?� Butler treasurer exp am. De pre registration Camp that was conducted before War sad looking supermen governor Hickenlooper and a veral other elective state officials american planes a keeping up a tit Man. Of have gone to their Homes to vote air offensive. The paria radio a ,. 1 Hicke Bloomf voted Cedar rap save american raiders hit out collegiate presbyterian Church. His hot town skirts of Parla today mra. Tammen was proceeded others gone from state earlier up to 1,250 american death by her husband t. R. L am Are state auditor Chet a heavy bombers and fighter again men May 1942. Surviving Are re a of Ottumwa and state treas dialled French invasion coast two sons f b. Tammen of Petten-1 user j. M. Grimes of Osceola. Which has been hit by More than that another of things that Dorf. Iowa and c. Tammen of Secretary of agriculture Harry 1,300 tons of explosives to. Tad Toh. Amiss to i a Marti. I. , . P. Us. We de. Mone put our Lye no he a. By had it be i Melms of 0lll0. Where he it Tom , . Amer a a Mer. Truck f state warn ropes of Onawa Lam plunge and Calais areas. Of b. I duration. Dave Lush Secretary read sever and three grandchildren two Sis a1 Lettera from former students j ters and three Brothers who have written from All of a a a Quot to i Heaters of War. Lynn Fuhrer Lodge which was Given to y m c. A. 1931, has been used by 876 different organizations and guest Book contains names of 31,124 visitors according to Cunningham. Father Hewitt a Catholic priest talked to rot Arian for a moment of his experiences a Jap prison ramp. The father a a a re Tribune office open tonight for returns at two o clock this afternoon Only 82 ballots had been cast f ret Ward. 132 voters tamed out second 7 third and 150 fourth. Voting was lighter than it has been for pest several year according to workers at polls a a Tribune office will re i returnee it it Holm j u Simba main open tonight to obtain and attorney general John m while other killed plane crossed Rankin of Keokuk both of whom Channel almost continuous Are unopposed for renomination Parade. Voted by Absentee ballot enemy a West Wall defense fewer than 175,000 vote Are French coast were pounded expected to be cast before last night by heavy forces of polls close at 8 a clock tonight Rak British pilots Alae hit a i Cologne Western Germany and they Laid mine enemy Waters. A without losing a single plane incidentally High Allied sources reveal that great bombing armadas from Britain and Italy i Alit be of interest to those dropped More than 14,000 tons of bombs Europe during May. This is a record. Former Ames woman honoured As one of nations leaders Lection of d by Jack Howell. Final re purple heart awards Clinton Iowa um�?T1 a Awald diver Iowa Dean Wain to real and r he Lub do re i and a bit Frugh or of looking a Quot go reran prisoner taken by Allied fifth army troop Ama amp him Cuve Rome tax receipts up Des Moines hot state i commission report that Iowa cig Aret Revenue receipts May totalled 331-thousand, 938 dollars this compares with Revenue of 20.1-thousand, 58 dollars May last year and 294 thousand us j dollars april this year. By a Quot Revenue receipt May amount a toll thousand 526 Del ars. A slight decrease from april figure of it thousand 71 i dollars and increase of Erith to i 1 i 6 dollars Over a he total 4 m i a Lait Yearin ame who know Carrie a Man cat when so was a St Aden at Iowa state College to Hearth a she has been Cheson by h. W Wilson publishing bout tile nation ? leading v la r autobiography h. Published by that Arn while she attended As one it men. Just been is state. A sorority a women. A riled to j literary Cowboy leaves horse joins Navy Santa be. N to Job a Cowboy Ken net is Foust a willing to go into Navy but he wanted his hot a to a Euln with him i Beta til lust minute lab so he Rod hours. Lady . _ it a Malillo Over weekend and. Then took bus from there to to College she was appointed 8anta assistant librarian j after waiting until her Naeter mrs Catt was a Active work boarded bus we it trained i woman suffrage and travel Hor turned around and Trot ii throughout country Cam Back toward of no pc signing for women a equal fights a ? a a St a a not cot so sri a Cor f trotted Range rider Faust then Contin tic or i a Navy hound a own it Boot ten Galton that. Women to Aud Alk i

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