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3 Jun 1944

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3 Jun 1944

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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - June 03, 1944, Chillicothe, MissouriInvolved whether Kansas Jeor Tor governor to for lieutenant to debate whether land foreign while declared that a fourth term would continuation it and deficit rejoice to Sto wears 4us Jorid to Iwar when it ids i packed Industry and said before is Jeraman a would mean con a pachment of Hie Federal Rigante states and local Mats the people m Enge Ftnat should agave Oceen made four years said anti tour View see Andrei encroach Itte there was Only ser Ces were co muted at Chi Rich at it eau occurred were 4o fee held from bin i Street conducted Sythe miss i Firginia itt fudge arrived 6ther gotten and Kittee Oges Jonly off of Ter be Reynolds and Stog these mid Ibe souse by of Ute Sam Walter which Bater will read in tier were chosen because iof portrayal of the life of who has then a resident of for tears and by tie tog 4ndustrious Many ins dentist Triefon Liea Uii faced a Fol lie is Joseph Stew tie Offitt Jan real some tuts june 1944 Auto Stamps Here Sale at the Post of flee Jane a Supply of Federal motor vehicle tax Stamps have arrived at the Post office and will be placed on Sale june postmaster Joseph Stewart announced the Stamps Are valid for the fiscal beginning july 1st and car owners will be delinquent after that if the stamp is not displayed on their vehicle and to such penalty As provided by Federal is tallest member Donald w Canfield tallest Man i his Donald son of and Fred Canfield of this a Berlin broadcast quoted Aulty to the tallest member of office capital is free of Geftman troops foreign office spokes Man to that recorded by Reuters statement made in connection with the plea of Pope Pix june Berlin Broad cast today quoted a foreign office spokesman As saying that Rome is free from German armed j the recorded by Reu Cross some service said the statement was made i connection with Popes plea not i to destroy Rome and quoted the spokesman As saying on the Ger Side everything has been done 1st 43rd Corporal Canfield measures sir seven and three quarters army says More than six five it maybe Canfield has grown some he entered the corps training course held first meeting of the Cross corps training course was held yesterday afternoon s Swingle Home service department of the the Aua Western area red Cross at was Jere to conduct the general held representative was also Here if or were 18 women at first miss Nell District child welfare consultant for 11 counties Wasa vis with miss Harriett Kirby of our local social Security from Linn county a Fol attend the next meeting of the class on june but were unable to attend Home of Clinton county yesterday four of Caldwell county r f or months to preserve Rome from such a Rome today can be regarded As a tree City from armed the Allied command in Italy declared today that the allies have Only taken and will Only take action against Rome insofar As the the cites rail ways and roads for their military if the germans choose to defend Rome the allies will be obliged to appropriate military measures to eject the Allied statement spending than a minute now necessary to keep planes in the air and knocking Down f also moving supplies a compilation of statistics released today by rear Admiral held meeting Here on Friday night Walker Pierce addressed distributors at District so the Prem Washington june the Lavy is spending More than i minute to keep its planes in the Down enemy bombing enemy bases and moving supplies and men about the this was disclosed today in a compilation statistics by real Admiral William chief of the Bureau of supplies and we Are spending a Day to keep Navy planes he the Admiral reported that fuel purchases for All including amount to nearly a addressing employees of the Bureau which handles most Pur chases of naval re ported that each Navy Industry found told distributors at a District spent this figure toc Ludes not Only the Wear apparel of textiles and footwear for naval troops have captured Monte Castellucio advancing through Alban Hills when the town was 14 moles from Rome another american column today drove up via Cas Ilna toward by the associated june troops advancing through the Alban Hills toward captured Monte 14 Miles from the City and another american column to Day drove up the via Cash la Tor Ward the a British radio broadcast heard by lbs today said 8th army troops had captured five Miles North of Sros Inone on an alternative German escape Road East of the via other Allied troops pushed Down the Highway from part of a potential trap for nazi rear guards falling Bac Kunder advances of the Allied armies to the South i the Power drive that cracked the germans line swept on to Monte 6 Miles North of Veletri and Only 14 Miles Southeast of at the same time Headquarters cautioned that although Veletri and Val Montone have been the enemy defensive position in this sector has not yet been that the German defences Are in considerable Depths and firm resistance is by of june Al lied a support it the yugoslav services a Harraf held in funeral services for Chris Tina Sharrah were held Friday afternoon at 2 Oclock at Pilot Grove Church conducted by Dowel assisted by Homer bar burial was to the Pilot Grove miss Mann and in the land where we never grow Robert Clark As a Solo going pallbearers were James okie Bonnie Theodore Bernie Pultz and Vernie carved took Pfaue West of Lasi after f Days of Frank Shields in Mph a Little of the history of the red Cross which1 80years ago Angeh fourteen nations adopted Titei articles of which Are still the principles of the red in 1919 a league of Livi nations was formed which than 60 a textiles and footwear for naval meeting Here last hundreds of letters and cards have been received from retailers scattered throughout the state pledging their full participation to Industry program thus Strating to county and Munici pal officials that we Are sincere to our to see that Beer is Sola Only under orderly Pierce have every Hope that the great majority of the remaining five per cent off join to tonal red grate Jour efforts insuring to the in the of work 4n the United states a re incorporation which net of Congress the Organiza Tion under from that time Forward the can Jred obligation to Volunteer Aid to4he armies 4n 41me7of War to act to Accord with tiie military and Tiaval author a medium of communication Between the people the United states of Amercia an their miss Swingles five after Boris in Chillicothe this to the Volunteer Home service surrounding better to Deal with the current of Home service the number wounded and disabled men increase Estred Cross services to the armed forces increase in de mobilization and discharge for ability to their turn bring difficult problems of adjustment with which red Cross must help the Sot Dier and the Veteran and their f am Odt certificates must be sent in before june 15 All Odt certificates must be sent the local War Price and by mail before third quark Ter trick rations can be it was announced the meeting Here was one of a bases in soviet Union to the this announcement was made to the russian people today by two Mary Dale died Early today passed away at her Home in funeral services monday afternoon at the Mary Dale died at the family Home in Utica this morning one was achieved and the second one Jim june have succeeded in earring wedges in russian noes of last after four Days of Battle a heavy Cost of manpower Moscow announced one was achieved tuesday the second the russians both As insignia la employed Large a tanks and Tofan tary their most gun but Ance by the soviet troops took heavy Moscow Saint at the body is at the Berlin broadcast declared at 1 Gordon Home for she was born in Cameron april a daughter of Al and Burkhart she was United in marriage to by Dale february to this Union three children were Henry Ralph preceding her one Earl Dale Kansas and the Hus and one wham who is in the armed forces and is stationed at War and one mrs Maude following her marriage 54 years ago she moved Utica and my since resided the age of fourteen years Dale United with the Baptist at later moving 10w nazi planes were in action the romanian front Bat made no mention of Jane marshal forces striking at the enemy Basel of Mbra Pec in chased oot the nazi Garrison then route columns of germans sent to the come Nuque cast from Titos headquarter St today Bombe us at meat to the Utica i partisans in the past Days to were june opening of bases in the soviet Union to the air forces was announced to the russian people today by two communiques published in the daily one was a report of the american raid yesterday on Romania and the series being held throughout mis subsequent Landing of the planes to Souri for the purpose of acquainting i both distributors and retailers with statement new regulations and Laws governing the distribution Sale of b White of Brookfield was con firmed As chairman of District 4 the distributors the District includes har Sullivan and other was a that the red soviet army Fri arrested 15 Advance brought its zone of operations within Range of Allied planes and a direct Contact was established Between these there was to further official re action immediately but the develop ment was evidently other has been acknowledged in a message of thanks to the Mediterranean Allied air it was announced by the associated Ceylon june can forces closing in on my Itkina from the North have fought their Way into the cites outskirts while a chinese american column within the Southern Section of the has made new gains near the Railroad Headquarters announced another important enemy base 40 Miles West of my Itkina has been Cut both from the North and by chinese units under Stilwell com a communique Large quantities of ammunition and supplies were reported to have been captured by the american Force striking into the Headquarters announcement said there was no material change to the Imphal sector of the1 indo Burma life were Flowers and funeral bombers with equally services a Fol be held at the family hit coastal instal Attonis to Karma ii pfc to annual now Emo in Baltimore conference sunday accused them of evading the draft Induc tees to feign june 3 Fri arrested 14 men and one woman to accusing them of evading the draft or to feign mental ailments to order to obtain John special agent to charge of the Baltimore Fri of said that amounts ranging from to had been paid for help to obtaining Cycle erratic re eight of those arrested were charged with evading inductions Fand seven were of assisting and draft cops called because Soldier had no key Santa june this immediately a want that private Willis Walker Lor these rations to Beer Elias off key he didst have pared for issuance arid in the hands of All truck operators in county before july must lie in the local office before june rations covering All certificates received later than june 1944 a Fol not be issued until after july neighbors saw the air base Soldier entering the Southern methodist Church through a window and Call the pastor explained to officers that Walker had permission to practice his music to the Church and to the future would a a of Young people of first Christian Church to Tarkio a group of Young people of first Christian Church a Fol go to to attend the annual now Emo conference on the College Campus next summer jobs Are keeping at Home some of the Young particularly who planned to but those who a Fol go Are Mary mar Garet Bobbye Lou Thelma Shirley Sparling and Rogene Glenys Secretary of now Emo for this a Fol not go until tues this is her fourth year to at tend the Kenneth Christian Church a Fol accompany the Young heis to be a study course at now Emo this the conference offers both recreation and study for Young the group from Here and a group from Brookfield a Fol go together to Trenton where they a Fol take a chartered bus to the a Fol be gone until next Are water tunnels As deep As 750 feet below new York was a guest at picnic supper Armstrong the guest of scribblers club at Simp son Park last night Armstrong of who debated with Grover Chil Kansas City attorney Here Friday was a guest at the picnic supper of the local scribblers club at Simpson Park before the Armstrong had become acquainted with several of the Mem Bers through the Missouri writers Guild of which he is former presi other guests of the club at this picnic were the husbands of four members Joe Kinsella and Luther Boone of Plawman and Bethel of Bethel of Floyd Jinnings of Kansas great lakes naval train ing miss Glenys miss Fenelle Martha Bernice and Sandra there was a birthday cake for Bethel whose birthday was it was made for him by Bethel a few original manuscripts were read and criticized after the next meeting of the club a Fol be of her the to of Home in Utica monday afternoon at 2 Oclock conducted by Clawson of Jane Arneson died late Friday the morning and retained to afternoon to the same the West wan fortifications hot Friday in their heaviest Dave get pounding of the War and Sou bombers attacked the West lenses and German rail former chios Othean died in her Home in Oklahoma the death of Patrick Arne son of Oklahoma occurred in her Home there Friday afternoon about 4 Oclock following a Long ill the body a Fol be returned to Chirico the for funeral services and probably arriving Here sunday if the funeral a Fol be held no definite arrangements for the funeral Are Arneson is the former Jane Afflis of she went through High school Here and was graduated trom Chillicothe night school in the class of 1928 later at tending the University of at where she was Grad the Arne sons were married about seven years ago lived for a time in Kansas City and then went to Oklahoma City a the Young woman was prominent in Chirico the her Friend Liness and her unselfishness made Many friends for her and those friends came from All walks of besides her Arne son is survived by her John i411is of who bad been with about the first of Arneson and mils a Fol return Here with the other survivors Are her grand Kytt her attorney Paul and her Randan an of last the Day fight attacks sent the today raiders dropped 1500 tons of explosives on this for a total of about boo tons fit the last 24 always thinking of Home and Buck Galson in a letter friets says he is in ice South typical of overseas j armed a Raymond Baek a staff sergeant in the army stationed in sooth to friends by Csc writes and goes As i As can be expected for i can never relieve my mind Home and Joey we end to this conflict Safe on quiet in a world son of Gatson is still of b59 writes at present i am Ems Ajung the Bright lights i 2 Beauty in the True feet engr living to civilization again can not be compared to words by a Matt tit my soon we Sha leave for some unknown advanced to carry on where we left some time to Camp tuesday Eusworth jul investigating cop is crime victim san june patrolman Tommy Gomez slammed on the brakes of is patrol where you say the nails were he asked the service station oper Ator who had reported Street with roofing along Victoria holy smoked held at the Friday it was decided t just drove up that he looked at his two Eusworth has been Here for i fifteen Days with his and u and is a Tab and tuesday to return to i he is to an army Jsu Worth Lawson Andt j Mont hold Home to they came Here to sergeant Lawson Tough and they Walt

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