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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Creston, Iowa Cheston news advertiser Creston Iowa saturday. June 3, 1944. Quot Page three James fashions tray from shells one of the most interesting souvenirs from the Pacific Battle fonts to reach the area is the air plane topped Ash tray sent by pfc. Eddie 11 Janies of Creston to his wife mrs. Hazel Higgins James. It is made from parts of enemy shells. The Ash receiver base is part of a four Inch artillery Shell and the cig Aret rests Are australian coins. Holding the plane aloft is a heart shaped ornament fashioned from a souvenir spoon its Bent capt. E. Horning Early morning Zephyr to return to Active duty. He has been spending a two week leave in Creston with his wife and their Small mud. Terry Lee. He will report Back to the signal corps photo Center at Astoria. N. Y. Joan Davis Jane Frazee and Judy Clark Are three of the Farmers in the girls hand in a a Beautiful but broke a playing at the strand tuesday. Made from shells handle resting upon a Rifle Shell clip. The plane itself is constructed of 30 to so calibre shells with wings made from flattened Shell casing pfc. James is the son of mrs. Lucy James. He is stationed in new Guinea and has been overseas for almost a year. Donald Weisshaar flies to East coast Donald Weisshaar fireman first class left today to return by plane to an East coast station where he will report Back to his ship. He is difficulty in getting even one per-1 son in each party to run for some offices to say nothing of two or More so there would be a contest. This was just As True in the Case of some state and District offices As it was of the courthouse posts Par i titular by on the democratic Side. In mondays primaries Iowa voters will nominate candidates for United states senator eight representatives in Congress governor lieutenant governor and other state longest dullest Campaign ending Lowans have Little interest in voting by John h. Chapman Des Moines. June 3. Ltd Iowa a longest and dullest political offices excepting District and us Campaign was nearing the end to preme court judges and state us Day As Republican and democratic per intendant of Public instruction partisans prepared to go to the 29 state senators and 108 state rep polls Mondey to pick their Candi resent Tives and county offices. Dates for the fall election. I a the primary Campaign now Dos planes scare horses no has been the longest for two reasons Blencoe. Iowa june 3 a it first the leading contenders for the Farmer who once had to train the Republican nomination for gov his horses not to flee from that error were Active Long before the newfangled contraption the Auto Normal period for circulation of mobiles is now having army bomb nominating petitions had arrived or trouble. For the second time in and it had been assumed almost three months Elza met tills Dray from the beginning of gov. B b team ran away yesterday As a pair Hickenlooper a administration that of shiny a Lis droned overhead. He would seek the Many service men furlough ing in Lenox Lenox Cpl. Leo j. Powers of the army air corps is spending a Short furlough with his wife who is making her Home at present with her parents or. And mrs. Earl Jenkins. Cpl. Powers has been taking special training at Wichita Falls Texas since he was returned to the states after 18 months of overseas duty. A a judge Dean Roe and Page Travis arrived in Lenox wednesday i evening to spend a leave with relatives Here. Both Are seamen second class who hav recently completed their Boot training at Farragut Idaho and Are instructed to report Back there at the conclusion of their leaves. Francis Eller s. 2-c, who has been spending a leave with his parents at Omaha since completing his Boot training at Farragut. Came to Lenox wednesday to attend the funeral of his aunt mrs. Harold Lillie. Or. And mrs. Jess Roe have Jre-1 revived word that their son John Roe. F. To with the Navy has arrived at an overseas destination Drexel Hunt and Eldon Jones each rated As Seaman second class have returned to great lakes after spending leaves with their families Here. Joy Arnold who is returned to the states on leave after 18 months in the aleutians arrived tuesday night to visit his wife in Corning and his parents or. And mrs. O. P. Arnold in Lenox. Id. Harold Orr visited friends in Lincoln nebr., the first of the week. Donate Weisshaar with the coast guard and has been spending a four Day leave with his Mother and other Creston relatives after a Long period of overseas duty. Ten years ago service news from Lorimor Lorimor John Courtney who was graduated from the Lorimor High school last month enlisted in the Navy last week at Des Moines. He is the son of mrs Julia Courtney. Boyd Nelson reported to Camp Dodge monday for induction and assignment to immediate Active duty with the army. Cpl. And mrs. Carl Patterson arrived from Mississippi thursday evening to spend a 10-Day furlough with her parents. Or. And mrs. Jesse Waring and with his parents at Peru. Pfc. Lewis Thurman son of John Thurman of Des Moines and former resident of Lorimor is spending part of his furlough Here with relatives and old friends. He has been stationed in Canada for several months. The weather unsettled Possi Bly scattered showers tonight and sunday cooler. Mrs. Emma Huntley 78 years old 408 North Mulberry Street died at 8 50 this morning at her Home mrs. John Bennison formerly Well known resident of Creston died at her Home in los Angele monday according to word received by mrs Florence Spurr. Rev. And mrs. Roy w. Johnson Lula Mae Mcdonald june Cole Wayne Pearson and Burland Swan son left yesterday for the Luthe league convention to be held in the lutheran Church at Bethesda members of the local u. C. T unit will have a Neon sign on Dis play a a Creston in 1935"�?in the lobby of the hotel in Keokuk Dur ing the state convention in that City. June 7. 8 and 9. Official notice was received Thi morning by members of the Union county hog Corn committee to re lease contracted acres under that program for the production of other feed crops. Ralph Townsend at diesel school Ralph Townsend son of or. And mrs. Joe Townsend of Creston has been transferred to Detroit where he will he enrolled in diesel engine school conducted at one of the Packard plants. He took his Boot training at Farragut Idaho and was then transferred to Bremerton wash., before he was Given his present assignment. Enro Ute to Detroit he stopped in Des Moines where his parents and his brother Garland met him on tuesday and remained with he for a Short visit before he continued to Michigan yesterday Ralph holds Petty officers rat questions amp answers a a what is the army a newest method of fighting germs in bar Racks a floors Are mopped in an Oil containing oleic acid and blankets and bed Linen Are rinsed in a like solution. The Oil traps the germs reduces spread of respiratory Dis eases sore throats Etc. A a what is a flying jeep a a Small plane sometime called the Grasshopper used errands evacuating wounded it lands and takes off in 65 Yar has 34-foot Wingspread 24-foot length 185 h. P. For Etc ids a a what is the official religion in Ethiopia a coptic Christian the Church dates Back 1600 years to Egypt. For this reason the archbishop of Ethiopia has always been an egyptian hut emperor Haile Selassie says the next Wal be an eth iop. A a what has Portal to Portal time Crux of a ump mine oper Ator dispute been found to be a a presidential committee averaged it at 57.29 minutes daily a travel time from entry into mine to site of work and Back again a new Sullivan is represented by the baby Jimmie in this scene from the picture based on the Story of Iowa a five Sullivan Brothers heroes of the Navy the strands sunday monday feature. Allies have All Power needed to strike anywhere by Dewitt Mackenize associated press War analyst while nobody yet has been Able to put Salt on the Tail of a Day one gets the definite impression that the Gigantic Allied forces which Are drawn up in Battle array on the vital Eastern and Western sides of hitlers european fortress Are so Well set that they could strike at will. There san atmosphere of vast Power held in Leash pending the arrival of that mysterious moment which the favored few of the Allied High command have chosen you get what i mean from events Mir Hole Morgan and Humphrey Bogart from a new romantic team in a passage to Marseille a beginning wednesday at the strand. On the Russo German front in Romania. There in an Effort to forestall the coming storm the Hitler ites have been making furious attacks against a red line which has held them with contemptuous strength tip in Southeastern Poland Gateway to Germany the nazis also have been making anxious exploratory thrusts Only to beat their Heads against a simlar Stonewall. So it is too. With the Western allies. The intensive invasion Type bombing continues apace perhaps the american and British air fleets still have considerable Spade work they want to do before the amphibious forces get into action a or perhaps the task is about done that a not for the Public to know. Still Many observers feel confident that the american Bri Tish combination can strike at any moment it wants to there May be other subsidiary offensives before the Eastern and Western fronts erupt. The germans Are looking for that they think there May be an Allied in Vasion in the Balkans. They suspect that French legions from Africa May be Flung into the Valley of the Rhone in Southern France. Well both those operations and others might he undertaken As preliminaries to the grand assaults of a Day. Hitler is going to be compelled to defend every loophole in his fortress Europe. Meantime we have a going and profitable business in Italy. Nazi Field marshal Kesselring will have to use All his undoubted skill to save himself from the total disaster which grow out of the defeat he already has suffered centenarian is peeved by rejection for War Plant Job Kansas City june 3 pm Green Young who says he is 100 years old was a bit peeved Over being turned Down for employment at the Pratt and Whitney air plane engine Plant. A Why. I can still do a better Days work than these Young sprouts. Turn me Down for a physical reasons. Huh a he exploded. The centenarian War work enthusiast said he was a slave for 20 years in Lexington by and is a Veteran of both the civil and Span ish american wars. A read new s advertiser want Adi Enato ship this year. Second the deadline for filing declarations of candidacy with the Secretary of state was advanced nearly six weeks when the legislature in special session last Winter extended the time in which service men and women could vote by Absentee ballot. Several reasons this has been the dullest Campaign for various reasons. Foremost of course. Is the w a preparations for the invasion of Europe coinciding with the Campaign made it doubly difficult for the average citizen to focus his attention on the ambitions of a few individuals seeking political office. Lowans in the closing weeks of the Campaign also have been concerned with tornadoes and floods. Spring farm work already was delayed when the storms struck increased earnings flowing into the pockets of War workers also tends to Dull interest in politics As one observer expressed this situation a when folks Are hard up. They re mightly concerned about who holds office when they re Well off. They done to care absence of contests has been partly responsible for the Lack of interest this year few want to run if there is a local scrap party workers Are More successful in stirring up interest in voting in the primaries. This year there u As notice of probate of will in District court March Tern 1944 state of Iowa is. Union county no. 5096 to All whom it May concern you Are hereby notified that an instrument of writing purporting to the the last will and testament of Frank j. Strunce deceased dated june 27, 1940 and codicil dated May 28. 1943, having been this Day filed opened and read. Thursday the 15th Day of june 1944, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the court House in Creston Iowa before the District court of said county or the clerk of said court and at 9 00 of clock a. M., of the Day above mentioned All persons interested Are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause if any they have Why said instrument should not be probated and allowed As and for the last will and testament of said deceased. Dated at Creston. Iowa May 19th, 1944. Carl Adams clerk of District court. Attorney for estate Healey so Reynolds pub. Dates May 20, 27, june 3, 1944 As of june 1 administrators notice estate of Mary a. Riggs deceased Public notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has this Day been appointed and commissioned by the District court of Union county in the state of Iowa administrator in the estate of Mary a. Riggs deceased and All persons having claims against said estate Are hereby notified to file them with the clerk of said court clearly stated and duly sworn to and within Legal time preparatory to their being allowed or proved and persons owing said estate Are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated at Creston Iowa this 27th Day of May 1944 Warren Riggs administrator attorneys for estate Anderson amp Werner bub dates May 27, june 3, 10, 1944 Young men of 17 May again join the air corps enlisted Reserve in the air corps enlisted Reserve is once More open to qualified Young americans. Who want to win their wings on the a greatest team in the world a an aah air combat Crew. In april thanks to the air mindedness of americans youth the a aft a person Nel program was Well ahead of schedule. More than enough men were in training and in the air corps enlisted Reserve to meet scheduled quotas for combat Crew s. At the same time the need for men in other branches of the army was urgent. Therefore opportunities to join the aah a including the 17-year-old enlisted reserved were suspended. As the commanding general pointed out the suspension of enlistments in the Reserve was intended Only As a temporary measure. Accordingly effective june 1, enlistments have again been opened in the 17-year-old enlisted Reserve in order to insure a sufficient number of qualified individuals for training this fall. The aah is a team today the aah is the largest most powerful air Force in the world. Fighting Side by Side with the planes of our Navy and our allies it has won control of the air in every theatre and has carried the War to the military and Industrial hearts of Germany and Japan. It is daring the enemy to a come up and yet its losses have been less than anyone had anticipated or even dared to Hope. That All this has been accomplished is due in Large measure to the fact that die aah air combat Crew is move than just planes and men. The combat Crew is a team. The greatest fighting Tram the world has Ever seen. With gunners Bombardier navigators and pilots flying and fighting together to win. And any Young Man who wants aah wings should keep this Ideal of teamwork uppermost in his mind. It is the key to aah successes in Battle. It will he the Kev to his own Success in the aah. If you want to Fly with the aah you May apply at any a of examining Board for enrolment in the air corps enlisted Reserve. Upon passing the preliminary qualifying physical and mental tests you will become a member of the i. S. Army air forces on inactive duty. This Means that you will not he called for training until you have reached your 18th birthday. If you Are at work you May remain on the Job until you Are 18. If you Are in High school you May elect to finish the semester you Are in when you become 18. If you Are a High school graduate not Over 17 years and 9 months you May elect to take advantage of the army specialized training Reserve program which provides tree col lege training for men approaching military age. When called you a ill first he Given a a Basic training. During this period you will take a a aptitude tests to determine whether you will he classified for training As gunner Bombardier navigator or Pilot. Your place on the aah team la you have an outstandingly High aptitude rating for a particular position you May he Given an Opportunity to compete for the classification that you prefer. But it is important to remember that Ltd jobs on the aah team Are vitally important. That air combat Crews not Only Are chosen from the very Cream of the nations Young men but that each seat in every a plane must be filled by the Man Best qualified to fill it. Gunners go into actual combat As noncommissioned officers. In addition to being the worlds Best Aerial marksmen gunners May qualify As trained technicians in radio armament or air plane mechanics. Pilots navigators and Bombardier Are graduated from training As 2nd Lieuten ants or flight officers. Your Job and your rank in the aah i will depend upon your own demonstrated abilities. For full information As to qualifying for the air corps enlisted Reserve see your nearest aah examining Board or local army recruiting station for tre aviation training whether or not you have yet reached it Quot you can begin now to prepare yourself to qualify for the air corps enlisted Reserve. See your local civil air patrol officers about . Cadet training. Also see your High school principal or adviser about recommended courses in the air service division of the High school Victory corps. Both offer excellent pre aviation training. And help Point the Way to aah wings. U. S. Army recruiting service a by and fight with the Guf Arfst team in the for information of naval aviation Cadet training apply at near tit office of naval officer procurement. This advertisement has the approval of the joint army nary per Tonno Board. Ing of motor machinists mate second class. Horning to leave Early sunday capt. E. M a a dutch Horning former sports editor of the news advertiser expects to leave by the a Beautiful but broken the Sullivansr a passage to Marseilles

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