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Mediterranean Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 14, 1944, Naples, NaplesPage 2 the stars and stripes March 1944 at Edward has called of american educators fight toe proposal to Tower the draft age to 17 and has employers who in their selfish desire to obtain workers have hired g men and women away from desks to High the famous receding the american education award for to raid of our High schools to recruit boys of 17 would be a we kanned thai Tfaye better educated a solder the quicker he adjusts himself to military life and the better sol 4ier he the Ace of world War i continued one reason the japanese lost their sunday is they Are running of due to the f at that Only a Small percentage of the japanese Are the japs find themselves in a position where the new crop of fighters Saeta the training in thinking Whiteh is needed to handling the engines of Rickenbacker praised the boys below it draft age wha had the Good sense and practical patriotism to remain at studies m school instead of quitting in favor of the nigh pitying the Young people could he urged educators to fight vigorously and constantly to get Back to school the boys of 17 18 who had gone into War main Street 0 a bus carrying several passengers in grand Feir two blocks Thorn go the Feu siness District Wotli its Driver dead at the the bus stopped after Bitting a the Berkley a feed suffered a heart attack Kesi Deats 358 Ohio Eolia Anita May Bathe thes selves and Larnder their own clothes the Ohio Jiaa an Noanoa end of a Sterlace we Safe of service u 158 War Plonta Ijo Tea in full omit except the northeastern Corner of the state Between moving Tiow Beniac used dad Fly the the two Way elect rec to too Artive the talk with mis Taybe Cassimo was never like this a Block operator in a Wayside Tower relay instantly to the Mea at the Meti Tefs 0ay the rate Ite Chayee Teeteet the to Erica the a be cent the she Freada Stoa off Tes 60 East 42nd we 9 Rogers f or the Plentie of cruelty to fee the Chato 13 of swing Street comedian la receded to Areasie Poitr arte and letters medal for Good diction of the join ing nine other including Walter George Arliss Law Fontaine and Ginny Simms Ina Esy velvet owned booked Toto the new York strand theater at dollars a ten years she booked Thore for one sent pc the Price Mae West is hot at Jebel Safe Tor her new play Catherine was great scheduled to open 5 Alec Tapleton is working on tunes for Ita musical cabbages and based on Alice in wonderland Ted and Alice ext Ennis Star Are reported Awo Sisag Bob Crosby is seriously considering an Over ideas trip Maestro of the Cleveland symphony taking his Basic training at Camp Para jousts 3fec Navy Way used Navy men from the great lakes training station the new yorker Magazine ran an article signed Noemo and been receiving lots of theres no such the unidentified author having snatched the pen name from theater sign saying no 9 seep of a to spraying to use jeeps for everything Frem after Ibe War n Canada a prepared address Many of tree Coon those with Smau want to or postwar version of the scoot ear a replace Mentor the the the Power unit and Feught a majority of the Farmers nicest Loans wanted to use the jeep for blowing and he is Tad Tufe of harnessing the motor to ran silo Buzz saws milking machines and feed dragging cutting Hay Jasd truck asserting the jeep has introduced a new and unique concept to motor vehicles which a not directly competitive any existing civilian Canaday his company engineers Are studying Early other postwar a including insert Rural mail delivery Backland e Plant fire Protection sad service As garage and service ten Lovely ladies wha tie finals of the annual american Beauty pageant at Atlantic City sent Best wishes and Good Lack to 34th infantry the message was forwarded by miss mania mias aaa Friend in tie for farther see the who will All addresses and Telephone divvy goods must wait ne3 War production Board chair predicted this week that Large scale production of civilian goods in the United states would not be resumed until six to eight months after the War the web head said he favored retention of government control of Industry during the conversion period but declared he would strenuously oppose any attempt to put the postwar in a totalitarian Strait Nelson pledged web resist Ance to All efforts by Industry to beat the gun in reconversion to peacetime production and said it would be against the National in Terest for any business concern to begin jockeying Tor competitive postwar positions since their Only result will be to slow up War pro the nation cannot new afford to have the minds which run american business abandon urgent War problems for postwar markets anymore than can afford to have workers leave War jobs to look Lor jobs in civilian Nel son the fears of business Over its postwar position Are unwarranted because it seems to me unmistakable that our economic future both for the near term and the Long term is full of Bright Nelson never before has so much realistic thinking and Intelli gent planning gone into preparation of an economic private in three wars finally f a staff correspondent l3autey an expert to is Man who fought As a private in j line and still a americas last three wars is going when some of these lets reached the ears of his command now he is lust main Cran Iii an Effort was made to he disc Large he among other things to bewa1 told providing a letter guaranteeing him a Job in 30 his discharge com be effected Ehe Soldier Ever discharged from the service while in the North african theater of the Ailais Kjof circumstances it were so from i 1 t j i i i i Sgiers so the Soldier obtained a Promise est Man in the adjutant generate office of the War it is somewhat of a mystery just How Collier was drafted in the first i volunteered for the mexican Campaign against he i served with the Border patrol i got this ribbon for that he opened his Wallet and pointed to a Wellborn Greenan yellow Campaign ribbon came the world War and i served overseas with a Field artillery outfit attached to the 3rd we were in five 129 Days in the very few have served longer than altogether t was overseas 27 serving nine months with the occupational came world War ii and Gran now a unmarried and was selected by his friends and neighbors of gain ing an army intelligence rating of he was sent to air corps cryptography school and in received his Able discharge on to member of the state the now Crane Fri was Happy in his work until some How it was realized that the Man being still of sound health and should not have been Dis charged but should instead have been placed on the Reserve subject to Call for ten Collier to do the army has asked it cant command a return to his draft Board in where col Lier believes he will be redrafted and then placed immediately to the what makes this whole thing a continued col somewhat is thai my army serial the same backwards a i told him to co tier ooh o the colonel Tell working 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