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La Crosse Tribune (Newspaper) - July 14, 1944, La Crosse, Wisconsin
A Hawk sri butt volume Al. Number 58. Ten pages la Crosse Wisconsin Friday evening july 14, 1944. Final Home edition Price five cent 2 Jap admirals among dead on Saipan Island one led Pearl Harbor attack foe trying to break out of Allied trap on new Guinea in it the Aiso it Isle Prest an avenging u. S. Navy unceasingly hammering Guam into shape for invasion today underscored the mortal blow struck Japan at Saipan by revealing the deaths of two japanese admirals on this Blanc Lyng Only 1,500 Miles from Tokyo. Adm. It mix disclosed last night that vice adm Oil idea Nagumo. Commanding the Central Pacific Erea met death on embattled Saipan july 7, one Day Bel Ore the Mariana capital Island toppled., with him died a rear adm. Yano. Otherwise unidentified. Far southward on new Guinea thousands of trapped enemy troops threw themselves against encircling Allied forces near Ai tape. I Many of the 45.000 men trying to break free to Jap held dutch new Guinea Mere in attacks preliminary to a full scale Battle. Their Fate seemed As suit As Ilia of Admiral Nagumo s. But american lives were in the balance too. Heating severe a Headquarters spokesman said tile japanese were checked Aller severe fighting. Fragmentary Baltic front reports made no mention of a breakthrough. The japanese assault was not a frantic Banzai shriek my suicide drive. Tile attackers employed All their Jungle guile and determination. Guam. Largest and most southerly of the Mananas quivered under at least nine straight Days of Aerial blasting plus four Days. Of warship shelling through tuesday. Tokyo radio Aid new attacks were made thursday by aircraft and warships melding a battleship. Gun positions bloc houses and warehouses were targets the pattern of bombardment precisely followed the technique of the Gilbert and Marshall islands invasions. Guam whose Mountain Oiler the same rugged de general Lear new head of ground forces report reds in East Prussia Wilno t Aken Pinsk evacuated robot bombs believed checked add Kucs cling As London goes raid less again London in a London experienced its fourth successive bomb free night last night and w Hile a few flying bombs fell in the Southern counties and others hurtled Over today the robot raids appeared definitely checked at least during hours of darkness. Although there is no pretence that the flying bomb problem been solved the daily Allied ? Lieut. Gen. Lear the Washington a a a War department announced today that Lieut. Gen i n Lear a it been assigned i of command of the army ground forces relieving Lieut. Gen. Lesley j. Mcnair. Who Bee i Given a an important assignment. Mcnair a i commanded ire ground forces since March. 1942. While on an inspect Ion trip in North of i Ica in april. 1943. He was wounded by Shell fragments. Lear assumed temporary command of ground forces at that time. Overseas pounding of launching Sites and strengthened fighter patrol along the coast clearly Are having Good a feel. The Man in the Street in London frankly expects Hitler to come up with some new a secret weapons a perhaps a rocket bomb of five tons More capable of shattering a skyscraper. But military men doubt that attacks by such Aerial giants could be sustained for any length of time. Since the a a vengeance attacks pathfinders guiding planes to Cloud smoke covered targets supreme Headquarters Allied expeditionary Force he a a. S. Bomber formations Are using Daylight a a Pathfinder planes to guide them to German targets shrouded by Clouds artificial smoke screens it was disclosed today. Headquarters said the technique Long in use by the Raf for night work enabled american began a month ago the germans have launched More than 3.000 bombs killing about one person per bomb. In addition thousands have been bombed out of their Homes and considerable damage been done to stores. Hie ministry of Home Security said last night civilian air raid casualties in the United kingdom j last month totalled 1.935 killed believed killed. 5.906 injured and j detained in Hospital. German fuel supplies hit weather checks big Allied air armadas by Gladwin Hill London �?14 a up to Soo is coiled american heavy bombers attacked Budapest railway Yards and four Oil refineries in Hungary today in continued determined of Lear former commander of the fort to destroy German fuel sup-2nd army was assigned a year ago plies and communications agas Mcnair to the army group a Pool of general officers which is drawn upon for unspecified assignments. Foul weather hampered operations in support of the Battle in Normandy although some flights Lear was bom in Hamilton Cut through Clouds and squalls and Canada on May 2. 1879. He came up from the ranks after enlisting in the 1st Colorado infantry volunteers on May i. 1898. On genes i staff Fen possibilities As Saipan was j he is a Veteran of much overrate Nom c. S. Control dec. A a 2vce la a inf end leg 2941 Philippines and Cuba among other i places. He was on the War delved Quot Carl Harbor attack pertinent general staff in the first Admiral Nagumo led the Jap j world War. Anes attack on Pearl Harbor 31� while commanding the 2nd Armor is ago and he commanded the. My. Headquartered at Memphis Carrier Fleet blown out of the was Ter at Midway july 3-6. 1942. He end. Perhaps perhaps through Baradari illuminated Saipan As i japanese Pearl Harbor comparable to Oahu not Only in geography but As the hinge of Japan s inner Ocean detente a ill is now Clear. Said Admiral n units a that Saipan is land was j built up by the japanese As tile principal fortress guarding the Sou them approaches to Japan Island Lent itself Well to defence and elaborate fortifications manned by picked japanese troops testified to the importance which the enemy attached to the Bland. The seizure of Saipan constitutes a major i breach in tile japanese line of in j Are defences. Saipan is a thousand Miles closer to Japan than Pearl Harbor is to California. Imm japs buried troops mopping up the Island Alto captured Manta Gassa Island lying in Saipan important Tana log Harbor. They buried 16,000 japanese and Many More to inter. More prisoners were taken. The japanese again encircled the Pivotal Hunan City of Heng it Ang july to. Three Days after the chill est broken the siege and it still is surrounded. A chinese army spokesman said today. He announced further that the japanese now control the Canton Hankow railway from Fengyang to the outskirts of Lai Yang. 32 Miles to the South. It sir Cien. Leah face is Willkie behind Dewey belief Holleck expresses personal opinion bombed Railroad Yards at Beauvais and Mon Dider far cast of the Battle Fields j blast rail Yards three of the hungarian refineries the Fanto. Shell Kolaz and Hungary Petroleum company properties with a total annual capacity of 358,000 tons were the meat for flying fortresses. Liberators sought out the pet Furdo Oil works five Miles South of the hungarian capital and also bombed the Fere Nuaros Railroad Yards in the City. A considerable number of aggressive nazi fighters were encountered and several were destroyed by the four Ingi cd bombers and their escort. Reform to strike Thunderbolt fighter bombers attacked the French rail Yard. Crowded with freight trains supplying German divisions locked in Battle in Normandy. A solid Wall of flak dispersed the formation when and of she mumps Shell be on the Road to recovery los Angeles put a nine teen Eye operations Scarlet fever measles three times pneumonia a broken nose two broken arms a mashed Finger a spider bite a dog bite. And now infantile paralysis that s the medical record of 8-year-old Jaqulin Jennet the Chicago born youngster spent most of her life in hospitals. The Only common ailment she missed in mumps. Says her Mother mrs. Opal penned a i almost wish shed get them and be through with Jaquelin smiled yesterday she thought she Mas going Home from the Hospital. But it was Only a Transfer to another for further treatments in her current bout with Bulbar poliomyelitis. �?o111 really have a big smile the Day Mother can take me she said. Plan for new Model autos web not requiring return to 42 cars to positions in area of St. To nazi artillery fire mounting americans closing on Lessay score other gains by Wes Gallagher to. exp Orser of a rce and Mark. 1 l. A get with flares and a Moke shells attacks were the blows at Rostock a Oral --<.1 it a american infant Raf pioneering of the tech feb. 20. Near Stettin april la and Hymen slowed in their attack on Nious made possible night Satir at Bremen june 26. All were j l a a crowed into the ground at on raids a Ven in bad weather. I bombed accurately though targets and held resolutely to their Posi american adoption of the practice were obscured. Bons two Miles outside that High bombers to Blaze a path for invasion troops in France on a Day through heavy Clouds. The use of pathfinders was described As a an amazing display of scientific and training pathfinders Are bombers with specially trained Crews exceptionally expert in navigation and equipped with secret instruments. Has More than doubled the Pace of u. S. Bombings. Fortresses and liberators have been using the system for a year. The secret been withheld because the germans apparently did not know the Lead planes were pathfinders and made no apparent Effort to destroy them. Outstanding examples of the use of pathfinders on u. S. Daylight Washington a up a when automobiles can be made again the Industry will be free to make new models rather than return to Albany n. Y. A a gov. My up hut the a cd uluur19 a aug i us in inure a a Thorn e. Dewey. Re Hcan Fomai Mildr a a a Over the target. All planes returned. Mustang and thunderbolts destroyed five German planes in scattered combats during the morning without loss. In sweeps announced. Presidential candidate will have the support of Wendell l. Willkie in the opinion of the Man who nominated Willkie for president in 1940. Rep. Charles a. A i Leek chairman of the congressional Campaign committee told reporters after a two hour conference with Dewey today that he not seen Willkie nor head i from him. But added a my View is he will support the in new York. Willkie laughed when informed of Hallecks statement and said a i done to believe i have a talk with Charlie in two hailed made the nomm Atma manuscripts lost speech for Willkie in Philadelphia four years ago. He predicted that a we will have a Republican House of representatives alter tile november election and said be told Dewey that As Well As expressing Confidence in the latter selection. L. Boulware of the War production boat d said Friday. The Industry probably will be allowed to aim at a starting rate of 2.150,000 cars a year about half of 1941 output Boulware told report Way Center of tile Normandy Peninsula today in the face of an increasing German artillery fire sweeping the approaches. To the West however the american army was on the move from St. To to the sea with infantry arid tanks Only one and one sixth Miles from the germans Western Anchor at Lessay and supreme Headquarters said the germans apparently were making an a orderly Lessay itself was under artillery lire. No change Al Caen Between Lessay and St. To the americans virtually completed after several Days hard fighting. The ironing out of a German salient which bulged toward care Tan in the Middle of the beachhead. Late supreme Headquarters announcements mentioned no changes in the Battle lines at Caen at the Eastern end of the front and Gen. Sir Bernard l. Montgomery a British and canadians apparently were at a standstill there As the americans were at St. To. Fighting South and Southwest of care Tan the americans captured Ausai Les Champ de mosque. Is hubris and la Vincent Eric. Control 4 of 9 roads on the Eastern sector of the Normandy Battleground there was Little activity but it was revealed Tho British lost St. Honorific a mile North of Colo Belles in recent counterattacks. Lieut. Gen. Omar n. Bradley a american forces pushed three Miles Down the West of the Cherbourg Peninsula to St. Ger Man sur a Throe Miles Northwest of Ley. A few Miles Inland along the Highway from la Haye do puts to Lessay Advance the reign of terror which the cd units approached the Village of1 a us a russians Only 28 Miles from foe at Kaunas Berlin admits army in Retreat in area West of Luck tanks near East Prussia bulletin London a Pinsk. The Ger mans last defense base in the Pri Pat marshes on the Road to War saw. Fell to the red army today. It been in German hands three years. By the associated pres Abc today quoted a Zermatt underground radio station As reporting that a russian armies entered Rozanka in East Prussia at i noon european such a town is not shown on available gazetteers which however list a Rozanka in old Poland on the Bug j River 35 Miles South of Brest lit i Omsk. Washington a in a the a a Pnno git Morf housewives Are asked to have it 0f More than too Midwest their bundles securely tied Dud truckers to comply with 3 we in Moscow a up a a a the Rui Isi waiting on the curbs if the weath labor Hoard order Rob Abl will be army pushed on today from Cap is fair. If it is raining they Are referred to president Roosevelt to ure Ltd in 5her the go a Manj asked to put collection notices in Day Jie customary prelude to gov a lost 3,000 dead and prisoners and their windows so that the boy scouts will know to Stop and pick up the paper from some convenient place such As the front porch. Three troops will participate in this drive. They Are nos. 13, 13a and 5. Everyone is asked to cooperate in this collection which is so vital to the War Effort. Atrocities of nazis flayed Sec. Hull denounces German activities Washington a in a in a new denunciation of nazi atrocities in Europe. Secretary of state Hull declared today that the entire jewish Community of one million persons in Hungary is threatened with extermination. At the same time he deflated that a the cold blooded murder of the population of Ditomo Greece in another shocking example of collect waste paper in City on saturday a wastepaper collection will be made by the boy scouts in the Section from the South Side of King Street to the North Side of Winnebago Street. Truck dispute goes to f. R. Action prelude to seizure by u. S. Eminent seizure. Web sources would say Only that the necessary transmittal papers been approved by the Board. The truckers members of the mid West operators association have failed to comply with a web order to raise wages seven cents an hour. Two weeks ago the employees represented by the Al teamsters Union threatened to strike to Force compliance. Such a strike could tie up directly and indirectly about 25,000 Drivers and helpers who Are hauling War freight in eight states. Out of 112 members of the association nine have sent telegrams interpreted by the Board As indicating willingness to comply. Four other associations of operators have complied with similar web orders. Redeem Bond pledges plea Over France they strafed frocks ers following a meeting on recon and slim of flak Towery seven j�0&Quot panning with the Rotomo a. S. 9th air Force fighter based 1 by to Industry advisory committee i in , were lost yesterday in until Otami Alen that in operations against Bridges. Fields and other objectives it was j hopeless to think that the Industry Beauvais a mile and a half from Lessay. Four of the nine roads leading into St. To now Are under anglican control. No breakthrough the drive against this most in Normandy grave of Pushkin desecrated Many air it we by a opinion a it would be utterly portent of All Central hopeless to think that the Industry Highway junctions advanced on the could Start production lines rolling beyond captured la Barre officer simultaneously. A simultaneous 1 Emilly two Miles East and blight j us Grace kit Ticer Start been advocated by the Industry in order to give no maker nazis have instituted in Europe and which becomes More Savage As they become More Hull issued separate press conference statements oni the Hun Banks in West Salem Bangor and Burian i Holmen will be open from 7 to 9 St auction and promised in each p m the last three saturdays of inc j Titi in Ilkiw Resno risible the month to Issue Bonds meted out to persons responsible Ole for the atrocities. Edged to within 28 Miles of Kaunas former capital of the lithuanian Republic. Germans have evacuated Pinsk in the Western pro Pat marshes too Miles from Best Litovsky the German radio said. A German communique also announced a withdrawal in the old polish sector West of Luck suggesting in widening of the front below Kowel. Luck lies 110 Miles South Southwest of Pinsk 210 Miles Southeast of Warsaw and 55 Miles East of the Bug River. Near rail line the communique asserted that Quot the trapped Wilno Garrison fought its Way out of the City of 207,750. Other red army units were it Miles from the strategic railway through Kaunas to Riga the latvian seaport capital and to Tallinn in Estonia front dispatches said. Gen. Ivan cavalry and tanks were 50 Miles from Eyd Kuhnen a Border City in East Prussia. Farther South in the Grodno Region the russians were 29 Miles from the Suwalski Triangle of East Prussia. Onsted from Grodno a left flank mov an advantage in the postwar Market. The new web order permitting _ every Industry to build expert Moscow the Gentian Model of planned postwar d the grave of products effective july 22. Will have desecrated 32. Ii us i republicans now hold 212 scats in Tokyo i Adjo said its planes de House where 218 constitutes a 89 planes on a u. S. Base 1 it Weilin 180 Miles i rom Henning. There was no confirmation. A Ion to. Girl s self imposed fast ends in death Jonesville hitch. A to e Case of Mary Al let cries Brilliant 21-year-old Jonesville Gill who died yesterday of arid in penned starvation was described today by la liter Day. Her family Phy kit in As one of the strangest in medical an Nab. Two yet complainer Sci Mil to cause cries first the could t cwt a Duni Vav no Akin Willow. The a it hmm Ltd too by ban Stet cd it although us log. At the f it in Jar it 1 fast. B it it kor of. Low hot time i to it 1 it a Ltd Bosk a whet Iii nit Sottung but a her Normal weight t. Me of her death she weighed xxi a 40 pounds. e. P. So Helm of Hie Kellogg he a Tal in Battle Cleck who cd. Farmed an autopsy said nothing fat wrong with the girl except a kick of nourishment. He attributed her death to a psycho neurons Gith miss cries was an Honor student it Jonesville High school and at Stan Heights College at Adrian. Goebbels appealing to allies to soften surrender demands new York. N. office of War Ini urination said Friday that German propaganda minister Goebbels a launched an implicit Appeal to the United states and Britain to soften their demands for unconditional surrender Quot own Cave this account. off nil fac in tiding of amp do Rich to fit in try Grobb Cefi a Chr mild thai Alt nation ten the time after the War. Ate longing he quiet att sol kaput National Tang is Tai learning act rejoin. Lie pros Tenty and Undis Pushkin taken away Robes that out the possibility of any for marked his memory and burned e,1, requirement that All pro Many of he manuscripts. Red Star go Barit to their 1942 Model. Correspondent maj. Boris Albu. Old Kin reported Friday in a dispatch widespread my however a us met Equine nation Here it at the meeting reported Little sex Alexander Punkin. A h Century a upon that the first postwar russian poet who More than once we a a 1 was in trouble with czarist a from. Lat on Ihori ties because of his Liberal Ai e added opinion. In revered by russians to be presented at an Altern on As Shakespeare is by English of Hie roup was we by so Blue older plan under sch by South. At last report the Amel i can were Only a mile and half from the town on the North. Despite the widespread american pressure along the whole front there was no indication that a breakthrough been achieved anywhere. Progress was Bein made in costly Short pushes against an urgent Appeal to Rural residents of la Crosse county to redeem their Bond pledges As soon. As possible was made Friday by the War finance committee. I. In order to be convenient for 28 a 9r2?n0# Farmers and other Rural residents. U to his South Marsal Konstantin k. Rokos Sovsky s units moved rapidly through the Brest Litov it by province and reached places 60 Miles from the City on i Banks in la Crosse also have co the Quot astern fiver one of the operated with the drive to clean j cd natural barriers before Var up All unredeemed Bond pledges Savl _ ,. By providing personnel for Hie i 9erman. A to said today i Bond Booth in Doerflinger a store russians twice penetrated a the last three fridays of the month nto Grodno but been shoved from 6 30 to 8 p. In. Committeemen expressed the,.__ Hope that persons who have made Apps around Pinsk. The City an j pledges to buy Bonds in the filth appeared doomed and its inhabit cent military ceremonial of Dis loan we redeem the a i ?."� could already hear soviet a Missal in disgrace unused in my a pledges immediately so that la1"11 fronted Quot Clit. Benito Castaneda i to be dismissed in ancient ceremonial Mexico City in a the out later the red army was closing two for Bond purchases. Strong German re,.r guards who Chavarria today As the outcome of _ fought de it Perate a for each loot of a wild single handed attempt to Laev i a m Al a ground while the bulk of the 0xerthrow the government. In inc. Wellong i oking forces withdrew. The traditional process of Dis p. Do a a a by a Paradox of terrain the More charging disgraced officer from l\c5i-v Ute Iii Brazil the germans withdraw in the his regiment prescribes he be Washington it a mrs. Cherbourg Peninsula the Par stripped of his insignia before the Chiang Kai Shek gone to Bra their task of defense Bec omes be officers and men. His sword is Zil Foi a and plans to i while the Caen sector Rema m speaking people it would be the shout would be author Rod a from the death cd one russian Friday a was if the to place order for Deferro Deus a. To a cry of materials and parts which their southward withdrawal a a it far cause each mile they go Back they broken and the Drums Roll a Muf spen i to Jee months there shorten the front Gbidi no sex Ujj Leal a he walks out of Camp the chinese embassy Here an tend. Bout >00 mite. Only the Phon Al peal of to a anal ooh psf Sis to amp a Hying Heather Rad wife to pro Idem Avila Camacho it by at ri0 dry metro on the Middle Baltic front the j Baltic army groups of generals Andrei i. Yeremenko and Ivan j Bagramian made steady Progress toward daugavpils and Riga. Bagramian a left flank almost connected with a fighters Between daugavpils and Wilno. This appeared to be the objective for a United push through the Center of the Baltic sea. Germans wrecked As Stratford on Avon destroyed George would be needed later on. Washington s mount maj. Asbukin. Who is with Gen. Andrei i. Yeremenko a Baltic army advancing on Riga said the russians Learned of the incident in the Pushkin Kie god Pushkin Mountain the country where us Petri lived and was butted. The invasion Page a Gen Theodore Roosevelt Dies of heart attack in Normandy soft Cool shortage forecast reduced to a it Mondosa a by g therk a Rte Ell a us meet the nor us Hen no do an tie rot its my m �itut�4 be Takwi Tmea it a to farm Hidreth it a Rie Al la ii p. It fore coiled Terkel the of arduous Day of Dies in crash Elkhorn. Wis a a Eduard la Hoff 85. Of fond do Lac was killed yesterday when a car in a web he was Riding left the Road Are East Troy. Ench Moretown Rome a 4h�? French troops a a Mille Day and in Italy captured Poggi Bonsi today my moved to within Miles of Florence in in Stab through stiffening German resistive before the Amo River an Jaffa it line of the enemy s gothic hair i Washington a a t urged Happ inc Sis. A this. How Cassis cd a jct Milton ton Bitume an arduous nay of catty men Ever must by achieved not at the of Coal Hortage. Made Carty this Cour gement and guidance to the sex Den pc of haunt is of other peo War. Have in a been Cut to 16 Mil troops of the fourth infantry Divi no but must be secured out of lion tons. Fuels administrator lion of which he was assistant their strength. The germans in Lekes said Friday. Commanding general. Fact have never a Smied for any Ickes reported that a Survey of he will be buried today in thing Eire but what the people the first Quarter of the a Coal year France in the soil of the country throughout the world belligerents which started april i showed he his brother Quentin was and non belligerents alike Are exp definite Progress in improving killed in the first world War. Fleeting from peace today in Ute j the fuel Supply but said the nation brother hounded fifth year of still faces a a critical Coal in it Roosevelt Only survive Goebbels contended Giro Ian a a realistic study of the facts. Eng brother Lieut. Col. Archibald never a proclaimed the same he said. A provides no Hope for full Roosevelt was wounded in the program of extermination and de residential Coal bins next Winter in left leg by shrapnel in the fighting St met Ion As our and the Atlantic coast states and thej0n Biak Island june 20. His wife own said his Appeal for a softer states depending on the great said 8t new York he written attitude by the allies was con Tam lakes Coal that the wound was not serious i de in passages in which he Dis More than half of the Coal heated but that Broncho pneumonia and cussed the Versailles treaty and Homes of the nation arc in those other complications devel j i declared that the world was a an states. Ickes added that the Coal loped. Organic Structure in which every i Supply will be tight in most other another brother major Kermit j big Power to fulfil its special states too. Roosevelt died in Active service j by implication. Germany As for Anthracite icks said no with the armed forces in Alaska w As included As one of the pow improvement is expected in the june 4. 1943. Ers with a a special task to per predicted shortage of 5 billion tons Roosevelt whose cheerful Grin form. Of Domestic sizes. J was a familiar sight during this War in Many an advanced Obser Ved Captain Castaneda Chavarria from the death Autance pronounced by a court martial. Evidence before the court showed that after drinking More than a bottle of tequila the Captain told his men it was necessary to seize 1 the City of Puebla about 75 mile Southeast of Here and ordered them to take up arms. The Loyal conscript refused to follow him and notified his superiors who a tired Hun he tired one Bullet which Ammi s rapt am before Brant Gobreski nos trouble in the lint infantry division re Coil t get any Ger Hohs turned to his Post Only two hours a v s 8lh air Force fight before the general died. in Rugland a Opi hounded three times Lieut. Col. Francis Gabreski of Oil a like his father before him. Gen City. Pa., is beginning to despair Era i Roosevelt led a strenuous life. Of fattening his score of 28 nazi he fought in both world wars and planes shot out of the a sex Roosevelt. Pm it a a the flown five Mission since ii got the 28th.�?� americans leading a Nitt it stat in it were warned in a do with la rash d a Quot Lestic broadcast that their coun Cut that capital Sunda it. Seeking try might soon be outflanked by a it no plate collapse of German re i Tance on the Baltic front when the situation was described As a most planes striking hard at the top of the Baltic front. I get fur i until in is a flee Liedts Mem a a a the two fall from Bike fatal eau Claire. I. A 4i a Chiu Les Andersn. 13, roil of . And mrs. Arthur n. Anderson died in a Hospital thursday night of i injuries suffered earlier in the tis ton. Gilt and a fur evening when he fell from his a morning warmer tonight a Cycle while Rit Fig through a Ceme Ier so Tui Cut a night. Tery. Blame spark for fire i Joliet. Iii. A sip Lieut. Col. Ration Post in North Africa. Sicily Italy and France was stricken local weather _ local Aho Day Byron Rife. Commanding officer of Vith a slight heart attack five Day the Elwood ordnance Plant and ago but he insisted on continuing Kankakee ordnance work said to his strenuous daily Tours. Day that the tire and explosion returning late wednesday he which took three lives at tile Al admitted he Felt tired and told his Wood Plant july la probably was son capt. Quentin Roosevelt that caused by a spark created during a the old machine is pretty Well i i cleaning operations. I worn Quentin an officei1 Ace said today. A i Haven to seen thing fired a shot. A in a going to Fly on through next la j Jan syp week and then Stooge around England for a while before i go Home for thirty Days league aug. in addition to the 28 planes shot Down. Gobreski destroyed two on the ground. Capt. Don s. Gentile of Piqua. Ohio also ha.? a total of 30, of which 23 were destroyed in combat. Romonia and chronic Urticaria an inflammation of the skin. Her party of ten included Hor sister mrs. H. H. Kung whose husband As chinese minister of finance is heading the Chines. A a a a delegation to the monetary con Germenko broadened High front Ference at Brett in Woods. N. H. To Over i do Miles. On the right the associated pre Bureau in flank he was approaching the chunking Laid i Chung a latvian Border Between up Ahks hero unit the erne of . And a flu it a in a Advance Der Ftp Rah he it Sumii Mamet egg a a Wrt Sina it Attar to War Tov Porte to Fly my w a Athar gave Are to titty. At a fact wet i Tea. Mrs. In it a tip to the soviet Arr off Row Chat Ait informed Friend a h re it. And ground a run ton told me i d be w be cured tion progressed under tremendous if i stayed in she cover by every Type of fighting went to the United states last plane. Summer for Hospital treatment j it is said Rei Rabiy that mrs. Jimmy Stewart named Chung would visit England after 1 m recuperating in Brazil returning be Contd in command to chunking in the late fall. The embassy Here said she was not expected to come to the United states. Doubts nazis aimed Buzz bombs for beaches Barranquilla. Columbia a Ipp sinking of the american Tanker Harrisburg was disclosed i today with the Landing of a group the Liberator group of survivors who said the ship 1 v a u. S. 8th air Force bomber base in Britain a Lieut. Col. James Stewart a been named chief of staff of his b-24 combat Wing second in command to Brig. Gen. Edward j. Timberlake . The former film Star who a flown 14 missions. Been torpedoed by a German submarine off the colombian coast. The dispatch did not make Clear How Many of the Crew survived the sinking Public works program Rome aha Lieut. Col. Charles new flight instrument new York in a the development of a new flight instrument enabling a Pilot to execute All aerobatic Maneu vers without visual re Terence to the ground was announced today by the Sperry Gyro it copy company. The attitude Gyro Allied Advance com Poletti. Am ?.moncr forthe instrument is called Oro Mand Post �?1a>�? Gen. Dwight i pome. Announced today a 25 Mil Vides the Pilot with a picture of Hgt a j Ion lire about $250,000 italian position in relation to the Earth Public works program would be surface at All time. D. Eisenhower said he believes that German flying bombs which fell in the Normandy beachhead started in the Rome Region in area were not directed there but mediately to alleviate a employ probably fallen there because faulty mechanism took them off their course toward England. He Brig. Gen. Roosevelt ment. Projects will include removal of debris from bombed areas Public Park work and other Aid no important damage was jobs not requiring construction a injuries received june Quot 27 when done. I trials. She was struck by a Street car. Dies of injuries Milwaukee a a a . Margaret Weber 79. Died Friday As the result of complications from
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