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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar rapids Gazette sat june 3, 1944 daily record just 3, Iha Gillette asks vote spending be curtailed Washington apr assert my $30,000,000 was spent in the rationing. Meat red Stamps a8 through to in Book Lour valid indefinitely. Gasoline no. La coupons in a Book valid Good through june 21. Three Gallons each. Each b3 and c3 Coupon Good 1040 campaigns senator Gillette for five Gallons. A Furwa Friday urged tighter foods Blue Stamps a through t Cukaj t. I is valid for to Points each in a ? definitely vent the 1944 elections from a go sugar coupons 30 Anil 31 Irving on the auction Block. Book no. 4 Good for five pounds Gillette asked a Senate elections a a a Fortan go subcommittee to en.,.ct prowls feb., 1945. Limiting expenditures in behalf of pud Oil no. A and no. 9 Cou presidential candidates to $2,000,-Pons Good through aug. 31. Quo vice presidential candidates to so Etc Ajr Piane sump individual Contri Al mfr buttons to campaigns to $10,000. Pair etch indef.nitti/. _. Gillette testified that while sex shoe coupons must not be detached before Purchase. Police court. Listing Law is intended to limit expend it u res to those figures it is i so drawn As to permit expenditures Erling Hjermstad instructor in chemistry at Coe College the last two years has resigned to join the research department of Penick and Ford. Drunkenness a John Mclaughin that amount by any number of in 2 for non q first Lin 317 k Avenue new Ben trim committees supporting a president1 a a a 7�?,. A week be a Date in a no Dela five it i working the ratio i Jers he s women is has record month Mediterranean Quot Hie 521 fourth Avenue be Mary bal candidate. Trimble 521 fourth Avenue be. In other words Gillette said each fined $10 and costs. A it was possible in the 1940 Cam j to to a i ii a Airt pain for $3,000,000 to be spent traffic court. By the cock eyed men for thai May my i,. Failure to signal in. Rupert democrats and by the a red haired Force Headquarters of Jas Glass 133 thirty second Street women for Winkle i a major Gen. John k. Cannon a be $5 and costs. Gillette s proposal would re first tactical air Force closed out failure to yield right of Way quire each candidate to designate May be greatest month in its Loyf a Samuel e. Dooty 1335 sixth a committee to As his fiscal history by dropping 29,530 tons. Street new. $5 and costs. Agent. Of bombs More explosives than j ult \ tactical air Force ukr no Driver s License a mrs. In reply to a question by Sena landed on Italy during a1 Frank Tepley 1226 Elizabeth ave tor Mead any As to whether months before her capitulation nue so $5 and costs. This would prevent the Cio to and greater than the weight overtime parking a John b Utica action committee from Rais dropped during april by the. Cd Heidel 1094 twelfth Street be Jne a $700,000 Campaign fund in tire Mediterranean air fore 2 mrs. W. Kennedy. 2320lin behalf of candidates. Gillette said. ,.torie Den drive of. Etch fined is and thought this would be True in 39,000 sorties during a costs on each count. Est one 0f the fiscal agents Des destroyed 2,78 Gerton births. Ignited the As an agent. Vehicle Sand Mage j 2,02 _ oui in that Case. Gillette said the ers destroyed a Bridges n $700,000 would have to be de Northern Italy and carnage too 22 volunteers help Board process rationing renewals Twenty two Volunteer workers offered their services at the Linn county War Price and rationing Board office Friday night to help process gasoline applications a. T. Pleune chief clerk of the Board said saturday. This help in addition to that of i the 16 volunteers who worked i wednesday night has enabled Board workers to process renewals i for All persons who anticipated i their needs and got applications in about a week before the june i renewal Date Pleune said. A almost All our processing is being done now by volunteers because Board workers Are tied up during the Day waiting on people i who come in Pleune said. A a therefore it is necessary to make j renewal r plications at least a the earliest renewal r that there will. Receipt of Cou or a have to As Well a it re As Volunteer Hill -1 and a number by volunteered for a in processing sugar two special room Loor of the american been used in the ays by volunteers sugar applications and ail the Cindery a probative of have Given said. A we can always in if the other of feel the jul til give Mas time and will Call Ango can Venieri t draft Board clerk gets own Medicine a enters air the shoe is on the other foot for miss Esther Anderson of Elkader and it distinctly resembles a i Brogan. Clerk of the Elkader selective service Board for three and a half years. Miss Anderson this week attended her own induction ceremony into the air wac. The first inductee actually to enter the army in Clayton county miss Anderson was sworn in by la. Dorothy a. Dejong in the presence if h. L. Meyer draft Board chairman in the office of the Board. Miss Anderson who report to fort Des Moines june 231. After training there she will be assigned to the air transport command at p ise crans Fiell St. Jesep Al in men and women in the service of i heir country fort Dodge is Host to 70th Gilr. Meeting j fort Dodge apr the lev coxswain Edward Junter my Cei Ved by his parents. Or. And mrs Ieth annual Encampment of the Guire recently returned from the i Milroy Horsky 1715 Hamilton. The pm a Nilli. South Pacific is spending a 30 Street so grand army of the will Day reassignment leave with Hist it Rinn or lev a. Open Here sunday with Only a few parents or and mrs. Educ in transferred from can Rob in a civil War veterans attending. So is a. A a few Jas a a. I amp Swiss i Seaman 2/c John l. Johnson trial City u Able .0 a Ca a b spend inc to my Boot train a at the great Lake a 15day furlough with his parents naval Bair Hng be ter a cd a a of spending a leave with his _ was a his wife and daughter Janet at from the Lowry Field air Urbana he will report Back to forces technical school at Denver of Colo. He win report Tito at St. . And mrs 5s? mrs Lfan so arts i it acid rom the amount he or a ver 19 Railroad a Quot i ?rno1m&ins�?T.��wja�?o re Mitte could raise a is a Mead suggested that dumps and 21 sup funds dump blew up 65 enemy Vee shuttle continued from Page i a daughter june 2. Know Ltd out free inc june 2 or. And mrs John a Quot a to and11no Speake 3534 first Avenue be a d twill l a run Tun it any candidate should be exempt at Iowa nov a pharmacist s r0� the limitations. He asked technician <2/0 and or s. Robert 10 consider a modification r. Kennedy formerly of Cedar ?t�p0udli? invt a rapids a son James Robert May 7 1 i a a a Law a night operation Ever executed by 26. Or. Kennedy is making her .,a1? l. A Lher t a american planes Over Europe Home in Iowa City while her Hui r Pete t0 prohibit. The broadcast quoted the Cor band is in service in Africa. P. To i a Anonymous Campaign respondent As saying at Navy Hospital. Chicago a #7 f a ver la or a 8 a Friday at one of the Aird Romes Ensign and mrs. Charles h. Ii a on of the soviet Ukraine a of Gedge a son june i. Mrs. Gedge a submitted to american flying fortress bomb a making her Home with her a Luli committee for consider ends or. And mrs. Karl h. Rehn a a in Berg. River Forrest ii while her a a husband is serving in the South Capehart Choice Pacific. Divorce petitions. George w. Mack is. Elsie Fannie Mack Margaret Martin is. Ernest Mar in Lois Bishop is. Elton Bishop. Of Indiana . Ers landed after bombing military objectives in Romania. C a tinted from Page i Ossian pfc. Wayne son of or. And mrs. Ralph Green was killed in a truck Accident in England according to word received by his parents. No details Are known. Grertie 24, was a graduate of Ossian High school who entered i Springville service in july 1942. And has been overseas since september it \3. He was a paratrooper. In addition to his parents he is survived by his wife the former Melen helium of Burr Oak and a six months old son two sister.? and a brother. The Encampment which will close wednesday will be held along Wuth state conventions of five Allied organizations a the women s Relief corps the ladies great lakes. Quot a Lincoln of the grand army of the re Tim a u m june 19, for further instruct Public the daughters of Union c1 r i his brother Grant mckee., veterans the sons of Union vet officer 2 c a has a tur quoted to Erans and the auxiliary of the rationed somewhere in the South Camp Park Oakland. Calif., after sons of Union veterans Pacific according to word re spending a 30-Day furlough with the meeting will be the fourth 5�n�?T i wife and his parents. He had of the grand army in Frt Dodge Kiev in in Sheet St. The last 16 months in the which was Host City to the Veter John n. Faust jr., was promoted a indians. Ans in 1909, 1923 and 1929. To pharmacists mate 3/c on Mary iou Carne a Norse in when the 35th annual Enca Ping army air corps has returned men was held Here in 1909, there til her Post at Lowry Field. Den were 344 g. A. R. Posts in the state ver Colo after spending a two with 10,775 members. In 1923, the weeks furlough at the Home of organization had shrunk to 220 v lev England fatal to paratrooper Green from the san in of f i naval Hospital corps school re Green gently. He is now stationed n the naval Hospital w Ard there. His wife Marcella lives at 1530 fourth Street new. William k. Graham coxswain. Mrs. Henry Moen of Ossian received his wings and was commissioned a second lieutenant upon graduation from the Marfa Texas Pilot school recently. Pfc. Clifford h. Jensen is spending a furlough with his parents. Or. And mrs. Henry Jensen and family 1224 k Street so. He is stationed at the Indiantown pa., military reservation. Raymond c. Orstrom Petty officer 3/cship s Cook is spending a 15-Day leave at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. A. Earlville a to Amer and Westrom 1923 Grande Avenue be. Legion auxiliary collected $25.27 Howard Chalmers of san Diego. In air annual poppy c a Sale i c Al f., has been promoted from re i torpedo Man 3/cto torpedo Man he a or parents or. And mrs. Ralph pets and 3,994 members. In 1929, r. Cames. 1015 first Avenue so. There were 132 posts and 1,389, inc a Cpl. Richard re Gordon son of embers. To the persian Muir Syndina in in and mrs Hersh Gordon 600 one Post is left. Sui com 18-Dav leave Wuh his Barents mrs has trans Quot minder is David Sadk. 91. Who hrs in Nora an Cosham of from ?�0 Iines a the quotes at the Iowa soldiers Home and mrs. Ivorian Urana o intelligence Headquarters squad in Marshalltown. Ron of the seventh army air Force Hanfred morn. Son of or. And in the South Pacific. Re a Iowa n in Brief special to thus fell. Missions. Ii addition a full airborne iut Islon was believed to have it seed. An american colonel who was in Ora the Day of the attack reported counting Between 35 and 40 gliders Al one phase of the fighting. He described the operation As very Well planned and executed. A it certainly looked As if they knew what they were doing a he said. It is my k Ess that Thucuc Liu Siam he j i of can q j or whole Headquarters area had Birc newspaper drive beginning returned from san Avenue be. Been photographed and mapped june 10 at col tinting through Robert Horsky of the army air la Clyde i. Winne has been George a. Graham. 2/cwas named Honor Man of his company at the naval training Center at Farragut Idaho when he completed Boot training there this week. He is spending a leave with his wife and son George jr., 416 fifth Avenue so and he will return to Farragut june to. Graham attended Coe College three years. Prior to entering service he spa employment manager for the Laplant Choate manufacturing company. His Parent Are or. And mrs. Z. M. Christensen of Burt. Cpl. Vernon Jackson a dental technician at the Santa Ana calif., air base is spending a 20 i other veterans Are Charles h. Linge Feuer 102 of Dakota City Seaman oldest surviving Veteran Robert g. Martin. 94 of Rippey the youngest Michael France 99 of Ottumwa Robert a. Millen 97 of Melcher Frank l. Qua de 97 of Dubuque Frank Ritter. 98 of Boone Elliott p. Taylor 98 of Newton Anoil o. Ash 95 of near Decorah Andrew w. Crouch 95 of be Mars James p. Martin 96 of Sutherland John m. Gudgel 96 of Shenandoah Charles Hester 98 of Indianola or. William in Ernest 95 of Seymour Ebenezer g. Mcmurray. 99 of Iowa a City Henry a. White 99 of University Park and Harrison r. Crecilius 97 of Redd in in. Tile g. A. R. Parade is scheduled Curth rms i the t 2/c. According to word received Day furlough with his parents for noon wednesday. Tie be turn dub w u sensor s by has a life of a Fiona who has or and mrs. Rex Jackson 834 vein Century Ciu it Wai sponsor. A i t frn or Down to the small2�t retail. Flee to Minaric a a. Withdrawing into the Minaric Sti get Alps where the partisans know every Goat Trail Tito and hit Staif mount Vernon Dale june 4. New spa it Eis books and "0gps Reserve has been assigned a magazines Are to be left at the Goe College where he will begin old Post office room on main the army specialized training re tra a the operation they carried out had been gone an hour before the is son of or. And mrs. Carl first enemy troops reached the i Iva vis will be the local repro Stron Quot my from where the Sentive of Hahn How Ard Post divorce decrees. Convention Friday. Jean Lois Vergee from Harvey Capehart was the her gee. Marriage us ekes. Was a night operation. A having Flo from bases somewhere in Ruvy Ligand or 2 it fat a it a Riat North Africa an Ufuti perhaps Indianapolis apr Home Jai these Placer simultaneously us apr Bart Indianapolis and these planes efter the bombing Washington ind., industrialist a did not return to initial bases was nominated for u. S. Senator but Ian did on soviet territory. At the Indiana Republican state a american airmen report their raid. The. Beiring of enemy before the attack. American and sponsor of i Iii tar objectives Romania j russian groups likewise were Well mar had directed partisan opera for More than a year. % ers of the British Mission taking note of recent strengthening of German forces in the Vicinity had moved to the outskirts of the area several Days of the american legion at boys state which starts sunday at Grinnell. Riverside a John r. She Bek acting postmaster a hot. Transferred from Macdill Field Tampa fla., to Greensboro n. C., according to word received by his serve course according to word re sister mrs. Emery Lane Atkins. Italy Coati lied from Page i a a taken Over 20, l. Lee in 1887 at Cassville to she was a member of the Stark Tabernacle in Lincoln. Surviving Are a son. Earl l. Lee Lincoln four granddaughters and i Throe great grandchildren. The body was to be taken saturday getter prisoners. In their advances both in the afternoon to Lincoln where serv Side for the past few months has and North of Valmon the a Cornfield Confer wa5 entirely Success of Republican held on his american airmen William s. Vance and Velma a Viess county farm in 1931. Soviet so were trim l be mailman both of it. Worth. Raph h. Gatts Columbia City i lation a soviet airmen Freixas Leonard Dolezal of be attorney and former Republican ccmirade5 inns Dar rapids and Evelyn Staskal of Sie chairman was selected by rhe r Ria Man rad0 id Early their nominee for governor. A w As unopposed. Fairfax John g. Bowne of Cedar i to is the Republican j of turd a that a sex eral formations rapids and Dor sea bouts of Alburnett Otto Kiesling of Middle in Evelyn j. Walsh of Humeston Walter r. Wick and Laura Wmk if Vor Extension Ler both of Cedar rapids. Indiana republicans of Price controls Washington apr the House banking committee voted table instructions unan it my a in Friday to extend wartime Price controls for a year to vote for Dewey Pond june 30 after deciding that present food subsidies should Indianapolis ins had be continued and defeating a mod a rents of gov. Thomas e. Dewey a Bankhead amendment Quot that. A. I would have provided special Price l01 it Uii Ere Ltd a j treatment for the textile Industry Friday when the Indiana repub-1 lican state convention tabled Resolution to instruct Large for Dewey for bran presidential nomination. J. Frank Mcdermond of Attica j inc., president of the Indiana Bricker for president club. Termed the action a a sweeping Victory for gov. John w. Bricker i of Ohio. A for Mcdermond said a a Dewey adherents have been claiming the delegation would be of a guv american planes had carried int attacks pm the Western part of romanian but did not specify the targets cd the time of the blow s. British bombers based in Italy attacked the Southern romanian Danube River port of Giurgiu Friday night. My p y by. Buffalo. N. V. Apr patrolman Rev Berbom is puzzled Over the into u of a Motorist who the first removed but the correspondents land on and two cameramen were billeted y the popu in the Center of the town and had less Opportunity to escape. After being captured and ordered to assist in caring for the wounded Pribichevich managed to get away in the confusion of the first partisan counter attack. Whereabouts of Talbot and the photographers was not known Here. On May 31 the German radio reported capture of two correspondents and two photographers with Tito a forces. The correspondents were identified As Talbot and Pribichevich. Making the trip into Yugoslavia with them were chief Petty officer g. E. Fowler of the United states received appointment As postmaster. Or. Shebek has been connected with the local office for several years. Traer a mrs. Margaret g. Heckroth of Traer has filed a petition for a writ of Hareas Corpus alleging that her son Ronald tone aimed at cutting the Road paralleling Highway 6, the americans were or countering the greatest difficulty from nazi snipers who had to or killed one by one before the advances could continue. The eighth army pressed in Ralph Heckroth 3. A is being re a a adlon the strained of his Liberty by his grandparents Charles and emma1 stabbed three northward be Heckroth of Dysart and that she i is being wrongfully deprived of a re or beast Sora it. Gen. Sir the custody of her own child. Mrs j in Heckroth claims that she is to Tarth a Frost annl Nanci ally and physically Able Fushir of my army have her minor son in her a floor mount Vernon a Ward Hemenway Richard Dvorak and Paul Brace jr., have been assigned to Coe College for air corps training starting june 7. Tipton a beginning saturday chained his automobile to a Down calf sgt Max Slade o the j town Parkin a Mer. I British army both photog Raphers Navy formerly of los Angeles the Cedar county court House will be closed each saturday afternoon Tref vast French underground i briefs ready to help on a Day for Dewey at the Chicago convention. A when the test came a he added a ii Wras evident the delegates were not in a Frame of mind to be wrapped and delivered to a Man who has not even admitted publicly that he i a inure Heinlin candidate. A editors note a French underground forces Well organized and numbering More than 1,-000.000 persons stand ready to Aid the allies on a Day Ralph Heinzen former United press director for France writes in the following dispatch. Heinzen interned by the germans returned to the United states in one of the diplomatic exchanges. Air corps gunner uniforms of youth labor Camps who have a chosen to join the underground rather than go to Germany As a a on scripts under the la Val Saucki Accord. In third pact Laval agreed to deliver 260,000 French conscripts out of the 400,-000 who come of Oge every year. Flee main centers. There have been five main centers of underground resistance Paris Lyons Toulouse Grenoble and Valenciennes. In one county along the French Savoy Borders of Italy High in the Alps the underground has held inviolate a sector w hich the Vichy police never have been Able to penetrate even with the Aid of German armies. This underground is fed by Friendly French or feeds itself by raiding isolated farms and villages. Planes flying Over fro a London deliver arms and explosives printing material and other the French underground is a hard reality a Clandestine Force we hich has been biting at the Ger Missina in action Man Back for four year Ita pre. Ent mobilized strength is 320,000 he a a Well armed militants and a Mil Eccl stick of Cedar. Minn have _. A a. Received word from the War de lion or More Quot at the apartment that their Only son. Disposal of the Allied High com Biily has been missing in action Mand for a Day. Since May 8. He is the grandson As Long ago As August 1941, i of Julius Bredfeldt of bucking saw the underground in its first supplies. Coded messages broadband offensive a the slaying of get cast nightly keep the under much stick a a a gunner in them an soldiers and officers on the ground informed of these flights. Air corps and was stationed at a tracked out streets of occupied the underground is conman a bomber base in England. De by a career officer of the Dis until my arrest in Vich it the Day banded regular French army. Most the american forces landed in it if officers Are u or men Many Brethren Church in Shue Yville. French North of Rick. Nev. 7,of its flight Era hive fought the Church school will be held at 10 30 . And Christian Endeavor John Mclaughlin 74, Helen Ani Hazel Aupperle 708 e Avenue 3tw, left Friday for Memphis to info a week s visit mrs. Vaughn Glass 901 eighth Avenue be is a surgical patient in St. Luke s Hospital. Mrs. Eugene Phillips 604 Cobban court be a patient in St Luke a Hospital is Able to have visitors. Enlistments of two 17-year-Olds in the u. S. Naval Reserve were reported saturday from the Cedar rapids Navy recruiting station. They were William j. Turner jr., and Karl e. Barkdall both of Garrison. Richard Breidert 219 fifteenth Street be a Gazette Carrier lost $3 Worth of to cent War savings Stamps saturday morning on his route Between fifteenth and eleventh streets on a Avenue be. Anyone finding the stamp May notify him by calling 2-7834. During the summer months. Wapello residents of Jefferson port Louise and Wapello townships will vote on a one Mill tax Levy for additional fire equipment after the War at the primary election monday. Wapello a poppy sales May 27 totalled to $156.16, according to the local chairman mrs. A. R. Morledge. Wapello turned in $136.76, Oakville $17.15 and too-1 is Boro $2.25. Ossian a Twenty seniors will graduate from St. Francis de sales school sunday evening. The Rev. Gregory Heemsoth an alumnus will give the address. Stanley a Seaman 1/c Virgil Glenn Patterson son of or. And mrs. Glenn w. Patterson of Stanley has been wounded in action the Navy department announced saturday. Soldier 111. Flown pushed within a mile of Salatri about the same size. Canadians astride Highway 6 were reported to have driven beyond Terentino for an unspecified distance. A British radio broadcast heard by lbs saturday said eighth army troops had captured Salatri. An Allied officer gave this picture of the scene a German soldiers have been found so bewildered by the fighting that they have been rounded up and described As stragglers rather than As prisoners. Others Are making use of Fields of High standing Grain in which to hide hoping to avoid capture. Many have mingled with civilians and tried to Settle Down in Italy to get out of the fighter bombers knocked out More than 200 enemy motor transports scored hits on Bridges and attacked communications troop concentrations and Supply dumps both in the Battle area and on the main Rome Florence route. Ices and burial will be held monday. Carnival worker Dies. Joseph Savoy about 64, a part time canvass worker travelling with the Royal american shows currently appearing in Cedar rapids. Died at the carnival grounds Friday night. Or. F. W. Mulsow. Who investigated the death said Savoy died of natural causes. As nearly As police were Able to determine his Home was at Effingham 111. Hrdlicka services. Services for mrs. Leo Hrdlicka 1622 thirteenth Avenue be who died Friday will be held at 2 p in. Tuesday in the Brosh Chapel. Theodore b. Hlubucek will be in charge. The family requests no Flowers be sent. $1,200,000 damage by flood. Tornado in 28 Owa counties so Ives up a flood and tornadoes in 28 Iowa counties during the last three weeks caused $1,200,000 damage to town City and Rura Homes it was estimated today by the red Cross. H. E. Suydam of St. Louis in charge of rehabilitation for the stricken areas said no attempt has been made to estimate damage to soil Industrial plants highways and Bridges. He pointed out that persons needing Relief from the red Cross in rebuilding or repairing their Homes May regime with their county chapter until june to. Courthouse police hold to o Carlg for Sioux City parents two runaway girls from Sioux City Myrtle Hanson 16, and june Wilde 16, were picked up by police in Greene Square last night and taken to the station to be held for their parents. They told police they were Enro Ute to California but admitted on questioning that they had already been As far we eat a Wyoming and were Enro Ute Back. Also on police records was the report of a stolen Rowboat turned in by William Crookshank 717 c Avenue be. It was the second time the boat has been stolen since april 23. Galen Sitler of the Owca reported he lost his Billfold containing $1 and identification cards at the carnival Friday night. A Otic or room at or will. To. Cui. Out of Lam. Linn county is. In tax District court to All whom it mar concern notice la hereby elven that on the a a Dar of june and. 1m4 at 10 00 o clock a Man instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of w j Blum deaths Lanta a. Cpl. James m. Coleman suffered the Rev. Lyle k. Anderson will a head injury while stationed at speak on a spiritual desires at Camp Shelby. Miss., and was re-9 30 . Sunday in the United moved to Lawson general Hospi Marv Moravek Jandik mrs. Mary Moravek Jandik 84. Wife of Frank Jandik was found a a i. To at her Home one and one Dick to ills Nome half Miles South of Walford sat Framingham. Mas. Apr Liday morning. Coroner c e. Van a critically ill Boston tidier was Yak of Iowa county said that at Cushing general Hospital set idea the had occurred about 2 urday after an unprecedented a Orp it a Bohemia . 8, 1858, s 1. An army pm Ane from at ago Ste is us by make i it 4 straight the underground 1 germans in two wars. Some sneering the Grapevine escapes fought the German italian and John Mclaughlin. 74. Of 317 k in British and american War in Avenue he made it four straight Sobers chiefly aviators. Saturday when he was of Ned $10 and costs by judge Harry s John son on a drunkenness charge. Began a guerillas. The underground began As a Spanish fascists in Spain six years ago. The underground is a political melting pot but its whole policy is pure nationalism. A a tribute by Laval. Noon at the Post office Corner a it hike a steady toll of German at year Laval published where he was lying on the walk be in revenge. Its first killing in Vichy a summary of under he paid similar fines on the same the Midnight stabbing of a ground activities paying unix a Quot i i Awa a Viil Gow w a Quot a he was picked up Friday after guerilla Force whose chief in in was at 8 pm. Vacation Bible school will be held in the High school building june 5 to is from 9 to 11 30 . Each Day. On Nea program. Marjorie Walters principal of Harrison school Cedar rapids will be one of the principal participants on the program of the Tai at Atlanta ga., tor treatment. When he failed to respond it was decided to Fly him Home so that he might be near Matador a quoth Chape 10 am army officials said it was the t Tuntg years ago her husband a daughter and a son mrs. Andrew h. Svoboda and Frank a. Jandik both of Amana route one six grandchildren two great grandchildren and a sister mrs Godfrey Wokoun of Cedar rapids. Services will be held at the first flight made for this particular purpose. New appointment for m Materiel i aspect on Des Moines a and burial will be at Hala cemetery near Walford. Friends May Call at the Chapel. Frank e. Kopecky. _ Jug court at the court Nous in odor rapid Low for the proof and Admi Talon of Nim to probate dated. Cedar rapid. Iowa. Just 3. 144. Arthur Axmear. Clerk la tract court. Wuu a Ola ii oar. Attorney Candler is sentenced in theft of Cath Bracelet Raymond Harrison Candler 36, of 700 fifth Street be charged with larceny from a building in the daytime was fined $1 and sentenced to six months in Linn ,. Count jail with la but 30 Day suspended when he pled guilty saturday in judge g. K. Thompson s court. Candler was arrested by detectives l. B. Marshall George Connell and Leonard Stusak Friday after he a accused of taking Cash and a Bracelet from the Home of mrs. Don Boyle 1517 third Avenue be. His Bond is set at $1,500. Takes time to plead. Helen Gray 38, alias Helen Turner and Helen Davis of 10m ninth Avenue be charged with larceny from a building in the daytime was Given until 9 am. Tuesday to enter her plea when she was arraigned saturday in judge g. K. Thompsons court. She we As arrested wednesday night by police in connection with theft of clothing from the Home of mrs. Hazel Kuemmer 1415 fourth Street be. Emma m. Thomas has dismissed her divorce action in District court against Owen c. Thomas. The petition was filed May to. Wig mar rapid it Stap Llu he in by Thoa Etta company and pub latins by than Dally and sunday at Mio 3rd a. Be Cadar rapid Lam. Entered a a cond Ciao matter june in 1931 at the Post office at Cedar rapid. Iowa under the of March 3. In rail Laaied wire Bavaria associated Presa i a id Proa interaction Al news Ferris the amoeba Ted pre is exclusively entitled to the us for republication of All news credited to it or net our wlm credited to this paper and to local news published herein. 33 cent Sable Ristl a Batea by Carrier per week by mail night edition i tear t to s Mot i to fix issues ,.�vv0q 3.23 lib t m 2 . Edition seven issues. To l.7� 2.00 .71 in state bordering Iowa. Too 471 to too other states and v in territories him 17 in i m no mall subscriptions accepted in towns having oat tie Carrier service Allen Klapp company 40 Michigan Avenue. Chicago i fifth Avenue. New York 930 new Center old. Detroit. .2lfjl notice or appointment of exp trix. No. 17334. State of Low. Linn county is notice is hereby Given that the under f Onri Arlov 17 fruit us a has been on this 2nd Day of june of ame t. Of Opecky. I r our 1m4 4u y appointed and maimed As tenth Avenue so died at lode executrix of the estate of on a w. Gay it <j.f. Dependence Friday at 3 30 . Bora Lynn county to a a a a a ail offence on wednesday thursday German Soldier in the darkened peeled tribute to its effectiveness department of elementary school e Hermann resident inspector of j in cedi rapids . 13, 1892, he to the Derrit i and Friday. Exit of the Porte Dauphine sub in the following acts of a terror principals of the National Educa Inava Natenel a the a Moines had lived Here All his Hie. He was against the we i thursday morning John had $78 station. Today it is virtually ism Tion association when it meets m District recently was appointed of a Veteran of world War i i on his person. Friday the a corps of sabotage engineers. J 9,000 bombings from october i Pittsburgh a july 4. 1 finer in charge of the resident in-1 surviving Are two Sisters lil Arnout was whittled Down to $25.1 a Day we can expect the to december 14, 1943. A _. Aper Tion office of the Omaha Dis a ban i Opecky of san Diego and saturday morning he apparently underground to Aid materially in j 900 assassinations including 2 # o. Strict with offices both Here a id mrs. Bertha Dailey of la Jolla was broke. Police believe that disrupting German troop move generals. 4 priests. 4 prosecuting toys Lulov Polo 1 in Omaha. Calif., and several aunts and in Well the spree for John. 228 first Avenue be now and tomorrow sportsman menu and defences. In role will attorneys 150 other civilians the be to Cut communications Dana remainder Milit Aries. Sunday expect 600 the new duties place it. Ber cd a a in Cedar rapids. Mann in charge of inspection per services will be held at the de Roo As indebted to said Ere repayment Eliom having Aga in the same will file them. Duly authenticated in the office of the clerk of Linn county Loam. A Petriet court. Caroline Hay. Executrix Barnes. Chamberlain is Nulik do a Daw Orth. Attorney ring the held real open Dally 9 .-u f.5l�?w Alk in rapport by a nations mite Bridges and viaduct open 640 sabotage attacks on French Grinnell map a Hawkeye i sonnet and cognizance of Pyyny a Brogh tin aral Home Floday at 2 dams destroy Power Imes and railroads More than too actual boys state opening Here sunday railroads to ambush the enemy wrecks. The Paris Lyons Meriter and continuing through june report b s concentration and Ranegan express most famous of is expected to draw 600 Iowa boys charge of All army inspections at u. Movement spy on his secret French trains still running was i directors of the Camp Experiment the solar aircraft company Here Hanford Post no. 5 will conduct decree a Ioseb Ted preparations. In execution squads wrecked four times by the re said Friday. I a Wui Corner and kill a Long of rails. Conducted under the auspices notice of probate or will. Of blacklisted traitors to France. 4,400 arson attacks on French of the american legion the of Ltd Slu u. The underground in France is harvests weeks session will to bib into the nut be Coart today composed of Many officers and men of the disbanded French notice of Affonin of aominstbatx1x for Aba Iena. 171. Stat of Low. Una county be none la hereby Given that the and a give _ that activity has not been with-1 the boys political understanding not-c-r-fv8t on the 7th mrs. Sarah Lee Lincoln neb., out its toll of Patriot blood. Laval of government and citizenship. A a is a s of Cir Ltd died at the Home of her Grandam patriots from All walks of announced that in the same period the boys will set up their own and Meta pc 1b daughter. Mrs. J. Deady 1510 Liall creeds All political be 21.900 a a terrorists had been a Commonwealth form two Politi late of id county deceased Washington Avenue seat 7 05 cos whose Only crime was to rested his figures however in Cal parties make nominations. Dts no Cor. See it atlatl a a Friday after a Brief illness hate Germany. For this their eluded 19.000 common Law Vio hold party conventions elect of room she had been visiting Here for actors who patently never had flyers and establish state county Celiar rsm. A Iowa. June s. The last 30 Days. Any connection with the real in and municipal government while 1 born aug. 13, 1867, in Tennes in Camp. Ioiftcljlsfa�t5s�k. Court see she a married to Calvin a a a a i Sun text Lut make immediate payment military services x Rencs May Call 3f to to under aged Tho Hunn Cin amp a at the Broch Chapel. Let the Misc win file them Ai mrs. Sarah Lee. Names were written on the Gestapo black5is. There Are also i thousands of boys in the Green Der ground. Tale Are Rattina it Vui Hwy then located in by office it the clerk Al Lien county Iowa. Dut Riet court. Reina c. Stansbury. . W. J. Barngrover. A Torray. Oset pm every two f Amla res have at least two work Era. Figure h out Yournett Bow Meek beyond 16 it Ceat of your family Viscose Fem aaa pot late War Benia a very payday. I

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