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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - June 03, 1944, Chillicothe, MissouriContti Tutich no Quantity Lamit some of their laying is because of inability to djs 4eggs prices 13to Aid so producers file con to the Supply of flowing Scha Nelsas a wartime Todd aggressive incr ficus proved an 3m Factor in increasing egg for lie isre cowls of p stood 1ms com producers Lor purchased in the state last Ipoh greater cooperation by Dis Sittl tutors and Consumers is needed Ifie poultry official to As Farmers a profitable Market Lor their production during the Aielt sew weeks thus insure feat will not he followed by of us can by More eggs is remember they a Complete with essential fats bowl Paulette Goddard and Fred Macmurray in Paramount standing Boom the snap Piest comedy hit of the season by Vainoras party june returns from Eires general election tuesday today that prime in Blister Devalera Karma had established a Clear in Jonty in the oaf parliament try Swinning 76 of 4fce 138 14 More than jail the other r the remaining seats were distributed As follows 30 31 9 and National fighter f of lots Aid in rescuing airmen june fighter pilots of 13th army air at Ritz sunday Pius reveals plans Are underway to feed by the associated Tress june propositions have been made Lor moving food and medical supplies to borne under Vatican it was indicated in diplomatic quarters at least one definitely was turned Down by Allied authorities As being contrary to Allied military another and later plan apparently still is some american officials suggested that the Progress of Allied forces future of Alaska important this statement was made by vice president Wallace address in in by the Atso Citra press june on the Way to told a russian audience that full collaboration Between the United the soviet and their7 allies was necessary to insure world the Moscow radio said last speaking in Wallace addressed a crowd in the opera House at and was greeted the radio men born in free spaces will not Brook injustice and several races dim plasma give Aid to the chinese army at the Sale Teri the associated press june life giving plasma from thousands of american including Chi negroes and Japa has been sent to chivas Sal Ween front from this nations first blood i the principal donors were but Many other americans gave blood at the invitation of the american Bureau for medical Aid for new blood Bank even fifteen donors of japanese descent came Forward and contributed a pint of blood each to save the lives of chinese wounded in the War with directors the plasma being carried to Field hospitals along the Salween front after being flown the members of the blood Bank unit from to the american y Force for Admi istra Tive also made the Chien transfusion specialist with a background of practice in the medical College of Bryn presbyterian Hospital new York and Columbia University med ical beads the compact team of specialists now collecting blood in South of borne might mate the i he they will not even Tern whole question of moving supplies into the City through German lines purely belief and assistance Lor the City will become strictly an Allied responsibility once it 1s j in discussing the problem Pius said that negotiations Force circled like in a shoot ing gallery above japanese positions to 4raw the of enemy while a plane was picking up j survivors Tarn another aircraft shot pid own off x department reported the diversion the were rescued and the four i got away Al Lead been started to bring food in byway of the but the consent of one belligerent still is none Here would venture a guess As to which plan the Pope which have been considered include Generalissimo Francisco Franco of Spain recently placed at the Dis position of the pontiff a ship to carry medical supplies and some food on of them eventually took stuffs from Barcelona to a port Jtb ids after enemy fire damaged ills diamonds can be changed to Green by bombardment Teavy Hydrogen insurance 4mbce Comer Simaan Over phone 504 we pay att for 0ead Stock Milland Brick All bulk reduced Yearance prices near the supplies were re ported available but shipment was being held up pending arrange ments with the Vatican authorities Are said to have proposed the movement of supplies by sea from German held Northern Italy to a German held Point near borne from which they could have been trucked Over land to the germans approved this plan and Allied Safe conduct was it was turned Down by general sir Henry Maittand Allied Mediterranean commander and also by the chiefs of staff the military men Are said to have decided that ships under Safe conduct could be misused by the germans and also that it is the responsibility of a belligerent Power to support the civilian populations under its con Pora Rily live in now that the Early Dawn of the future postwar world is slowly Ris ing on the horizon it is becoming quite Clear that Only the full collaboration Between our two great countries and their allies can insure to the world a stable peace and True he told the audience that development of the american Alaska and soviet Siberia must play an important part in postwar these thinly populated territories have been conquered in our by now both the agriculture and the Industry stand in need of Wallace duty of the United states and of Canada is to make a decisive Effort the of developing their Northern regions As has been demonstrated by the soviet Union in its task of developing Siberia and the far i Wallace said he landed last week and had visited Macadam and the Moscow broadcast and gave this account of his talk i can Bear witness to the willing Ness with which your citizens give then1 utmost efforts in air Craft factories and metallurgical other members include native of Soochow who studied in the United states and lived in mass Betty daughter of Ginn nor Ruth Derr graduate of Park and daughter of the late and Charles american Presby Terian All nine members of the unit hold Reserve commissions in the chinese medical from lieutenant to besides the dried Twenty tons of including a Cen and drying were ferried by the air transport false Cohorst grip Holm to reach next tuesday Fly we associated press new june Diplo Matic Exchange ship grip Holm carrying a complement of wounded servicemen and a Small number of civilian evacuees is due to Dock at Jersey City next june american Export lines has announce the on its fourth Exchange cleared May Tornado gives calf a ride a Tornado in Loup picked Upa from the Mon Inger ranch and carried it so High in the air that it could be seen Only As a tiny then set it Down in a nearby Field with no More damage than a fractured rubies were believed in ancient times to have the Power to Stop the Liberty Bell was cracked july in plea to Albania the press Washington june 3rsecre tary Hull called on the people of Albania last night to unify then resistance to Germany in order to hasten the Day of their the Secretary statement was is sued under Date of june 3 which is the anniversary of the imposition of a fascist Constitution on the Al Banian Public ale As i am leaving for the army i will sell at Public auction at my Home on fourth mile North of on Highway five june 1s44 28 Strati cow 2 years old Jersey cow 3 years old 2 Brown Swiss cows 3 years old Jersey cow 5 years old 2 Jersey cows 6 years old Jersey cow 9 years All above cows giving White face Heifer coming 2 years 9 White face cows 2 years old White face cow 3 years old mottled face cow id years seven of these cows with calf at 136 126 to 180 3 Poland China male tons More or less White shorts in sack 400 ground Rye in bin 60 Bales red Clover 1941 Ford 1 ton 2speed Axle new factory Box and Gram and Stock 1938 23 ton completely five Speed new factory and Grain 8 tires Pup trailer with Newton Ball Stock and Grain sides 1941 95 Ford motor completely rebuilt 1941 Ford rear perfect condition 8ton Jack 9ton Hydraulic Jack 3 new Tarpaulin covers 4 10gallon milk cans some tools and equipment other items too numerous to Dale owner Hugh Iet nement Anil run Pierso Shaw baby Chicks we have wite White new Hampshire reds and White leghorn your last Chance to get May hatched Grace hatchery churches of Christ broadcast station Wren 1250 every sunday station Ernt 1350 Des Iowa every saturday to sunday monday tuesday another big 2fflt fun show announcing a new Ritz policy due to Many Fine pictures now coming from Hollywood the Biz will present All a pictures on single feature programs balanced with the finest Short give you More entertainment for your we will admit you May like some pictures youll always find a grand show at same and 35s wednesday matinee 20c children 12c same play dates Fri continuous shows daily from 2 office above citizens National Bank v room 202 Joseph e physician and surgeon practice obstetrics office phone 143 residence Falcon and the coed plus your Uncle use but tonight also Sun Montes come Early for Best seats when Paulette 60ddard cartoon Pluto and the armadillo late news italian prisoners raise army air Blitz Italy Eisenhower inspects air reids what Kansas Lump Many times referred to As Wio be available to Yon for Lone and july this Coal stores no Sefca burning qualities Are of the let us talk Over with you about your Coal Scruby phone 19 350 Wool hides furs in Market for Wool have grades Price some location As last West third in Peters sons electric shop we rewind All kinds of electric motors rebuilt generators and starters we repair electric sweepers a work guaranteed Uke Lionberger Auto parts phone 333 official Sewake
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