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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Circleville, Ohio # a i a i a a a t a a a a a j Shirr inv tune it 1imi is in a la Only one Way to go for this nazi a boat cornered like the proverbial rat in a trap a German submarine is shown Center forced to the surface in the mid Atlantic Wallow Long helplessly before sinking. The attacking ships Are the Canadian destroyer Chilliwack left and the destroyer icarus at right. When the sub Sank each of the naval Craft picked up survivors. A whaler also rescued 13 of the submarine Crew and turned them Over to the Royal frigate st catherines in the photo below Canadian seamen scramble up the nets of the st catherines with one of the rescued sub crewmen. The allies Are winning the a Battle of the Atlantic in such actions As this with Many nazi a boats being destroyed. Allied convoys have had amazing Success in getting by the constantly roving Nasi submersibles. J it fractional these men belong to the civil affairs group made up of handpicked officers and enlisted men of the British and american armies which will follow hot on the heels of Allied invasion forces to restore free government of liberated areas and do the actual governing outright in Germany. At top left is maj. John c. Diggs Public works officer formerly Field supervisor in National Parks service. Top right cant. Allan Westervelt la Canada cal., communication officer who was with the Bell Telephone company before the War. Lower left maj. Benjamin j. Scheinman of los Angeles. Lower right Lieut Stephen Elvin Ware Wichita kan., assistant Legal officer. They Are training somewhere in Britain. Interaction Al rain of bombs is the weather forecast for France As this b-26 marauder medium bomber of the u. S. Army ninth air Force unloads 26 100-Pounders Over a nazi installation in that occupied country. The bombs Are seen in m a air just after release. Army air Force photo. International jockey seriously injured in this hurdle spill Clark comforts wounded yank Lehman in u. S. Jockey j. Magee thrown from his mount. Flying Friar in this steeplechase race at Belmont Park n. A was seriously injured and had to be rushed to a Hospital International a Good outlaw indians push ahead in Italy an american Soldier wounded in the Battle for Cisterna Italy gets a a few words of encouragement from it. Gen. Mark Clark fifth army commander during the latter a visit to a Hospital. An american nurse looks on. U. S. Signal corps radio photo. International sound photo the daily her Aldo it r Cle Ville Ohio pm Page the red Flash on the heels of Allied invaders 26 reasons Why nazis should fear a b-26 nazi meets death at Cisterna As if in grim acknowledgement of nazi defeat in the town of Cisterna Italy this dead German Soldier lies before the Cisterna sign after a bitter fight to retain the City. The nazi is lying on the track of a Railroad which was once a German Strong Point but now belongs to the victorious Allied armies. International sound photo g. O. P. Chief raps c. I. O. Politics Spangier Biddle Murray Hillman Gillette charging activity of the Congress of Industrial organizations political action committee is a a flagrant and Boid violation of the corrupt practices and Hatch clean politics act. Republican National chairman Harrison e. Spangler has written attorney general Francis Biddle accusing the attorney general of having granted Sidney Hillman and Philip Murray Cio leaders immunity from pros ecu lion meanwhile a Senate elections sub committee has agreed to open hearings immediately on a proposal by senator Guy Gillette do of Iowa to limit total expenditures in behalf of any presidential candidate to $2,000,000. S International Indian troops who have been very Active in the italian front Ara shown moving across the Airfield at Aquino Italy in Pursuit of the fleeing nazis. The men Advance under the cover of smoke and flame that Rise from the wrecked German planes and hangars in the background. Official own radio photo. International sound photo Monkey completes 12 air missions former governor of new York. Herbert h. Lehman now administrator of rehabilitation and Relief is shown at the White House in Washington As he reported to the president after his trip to North Africa. Lehman injured his leg in a fall. International preparing to take off from a South Pacific base is it. Comdr. E. Outlaw Goldsboro n. C., who recently led a flight of eight Carrier based u. S. Planes that scored a 21-0 air Victory Over the japs at Truk. He accounted for ave of the Twenty one enemy Craft that w Ere downed. Navy photo. International Rommel views invasion defences accompanied by High ranking officers Field marshal Erwin Rommel second from left inspects nazi anti invasion defences while touring the coastal area of Caen France. Meanwhile Allied bombers unhampered by Concrete w alls Are continuing to Hammer the roofless fortress. This photo comes from a Neutral source. International allies feed italian refugees feeding her baby came first when this resident of the italian town of Minturn made the trek Home after the Allied soldiers had driven the nazis out. By the hundreds italian homeless came Back hungry and bedraggled to find their houses in Ruina Allied military novem ment officials were faced with the problem of feeding clothing and housing them. <7 Trier Dellona soun4fimoto Quot sergeant Phot Quot Monkey Mascot of 8/sergt. Carl Alexander jr., of Warrendale ahas 12 missions to his credit and is now Home on furlough with his Soldier master who is a Ball Turret gunner on a flying fortress Alexander says the West Indian Monkey takes his Post in the radio room of the fortress w Hen in flight International

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