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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS
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VALID RATION STAMPS
Sugar 13 - Through August 15,
Gasoline No. 7 Expires Sept. 21 Fuel Oil 5 - - Until Sept. 30 Fuel Oil 1 (new) until Jan. 3
MT. PLEASANT, IOWAEast To Benefit From Midwest Gasoline CutOn The Threshold of Developments
They’ll Do It Every TimeResults In Closing Events at ParkState Action Follows New Bomb Attack
Midwest Reduction of 4 to 3 Gallons Announced
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President Makes Declaration Relative To War
Washington. D. C. (INS) - President Roosevelt on the eve of his victcrv-in-Europe war strategy conference with Prime Minister Winston Churchill today declared that the United Nations stand upon the threshold of major developments in this war.
The chief executive renewed his Casablanca declaration made with Prime Minister Churchill that the war against the axis powers will be prosecuted until they cry for ' unconditional surrender.”
His declaration was made in a statement on the occasion of the second anniversary of the signing of the Atlant.c charter and the eighth anniversary of the social security act.
Mr. Roosevelt reemphasized two primar . war a ms, the right of self determination for the oeople of the world and world-wide ccllab lat.on for thfi security of all.
War Plants Must Be Closed In City
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1UANX TO CHUCK farle^ NEWARK, N J.Superintendent at Hillsboro Named
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CHICAGO LIVESTOCK ,
Chicago, ill. — PN3t— Hog receipts I 5,700, steady; top $14.75; bulk. $14.001 to $14.65; heavies. $13.85 to $14 40.
Cattle 500. steady; calves 100. steady, beefsteers. choice $15 50 to $16-90; cows. $9 50 to $13.50; bulls $10.00 to $14.50; calves $9 00 to $16.00; feeders $11.00 to $1400.
Sheep 100; steady; lambs $13.50 to $14 25, ewes $6 00 to $7 25; feeders $12.50 to $13-50.
ENTERTAIN GROUP AT SHOWER
LOCAL HOG MARKET Kiev Station) Market 10c to 20e lower. Top: $14. 10; 160 to 180 lbs $13.50 to $13.90 190 to 330 lbs., S13.30 to $14 10; pack ing sows, $12.30 t: $12.80.
Cream No. 1—50c.
Cream No. 2—48c.
Leghorn Hens- 20c.
Heavy springs -26c Leghorn spring- 24c Cox—18c
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