Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - August 21, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS
VALID RATION STAMPS Sugar 14 - Through October SI Gasoline No. 7 Expires Sept. 21 Fuel Oil 5 - - Until Sept. 30 Fuel Oil I (new) until Jan. 3
R, S. T B»ue Stamps evpire Sept. 20 TMW.VV Red Stamps expire Aug. 31 Shoe Stamp 18 expires Oct. 31
MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
Pioneer Institute Here Next Week
Young People From Many Churches Will Come Here
Eight Games on New I/md on Card
They’ll Do It Every Time
Japs Flee North Pacific Island Base
4-II Girls Will Compete Tuesday
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VJmem WiFEy WINS SOME $ ITS MERS and her£ ALONE -EVERY DIME
$i3070nA W HORSE ? DARLING? THAT'LL JUST PAV FOR THE NEW WALLPAPER And the Linoleum? i’ll I TARE IT, J V DEAR- rn
New London — Eight garner are on the grid schedule of the New London Tigers, it w'as announced today by Coach Prank Cortesio, former Parsons college player.
The schedule opens at Ft Madison Sept. IO. The games ana dates:
Japs Turn Tail And Leave Without Fighting
Sept. 10— Et. Madison, there.
Sept 17 Mt. Pleasant, h* re.
Sep* 24— Washington, there •Oct. I— Winfield, here.
Oct. 8 Columbus June! on. there Cc- 15 Lone Tree. there.
Oct. 22—Wapello, there.
•Oct. 29—Mt. Pleasany there. •Night games.
Quebec. Canada —(INS)— President Roosevelt and Prime Minis cr MacKenzie K ng of Canada today in a joint statement declared that the “present occupation of Kiska frees th* last vestige of North American territory of Jpp forces."
RECRUITING BOARD TO VISIT BURLINGTON
Memorial Service For Dale Pitier
Than* To RA HUDSON, XENIA, O.
Correction in the addn cf Margaret LstHene Haviland. S 2-e. U. S N R , U. S. N. T. S.. (Y> Willard Hall. Section 258, Room 358. Stillwater, Okla
I New address: Pvt. Herman G. Lampe 137674991 Hq B/v 833rd A A A (A. , W> Bn. Camp Haan. Calif. Camp Haan is located near Riverside. Calif.
CORN PARITY RATE
FIXED FOR FARMERS
Washington. D C — The war foods administration < WFA) Wewnesday announced rate.^ of parity payments which will be made soon to farmers who cooperated with the 1942 farm program The rates include: corn
produced in the commercial corn area. 7.2 cents ner bushel; and wheat 13.7 cents per bushel.
These payments, coupled with market returns and soil conservation payments, will give farmers full parity prices for these cr ps.
Chicago. Illinois (INS)—A union jurisdictional dispute today left 97 South Side buses of the Chicago Motor Coach company idle in the company’s garage and approximately 60,000 workers. mo.'-i of them war plant employes. going to work by hitch-hiking or by other means of public transportation.
HOLD UP ACTION ON
USED CAR PRICES
Washington. D. C- (INS)—An OPA
regulation rolling back sky-rocketing used car nrices was being held up today awaiting the approval of James F. Brownley, new deputy administrator in charge of prices The order, designed to restore used car prices to the October 1942 blue book level, was completed sometime ago, it was learned, but hras not been issued because of the internal re-organ* zation of OPA
SOLD TO WILLIAMS
Garretson and Garretson real estate brokers report the sale of 40 acres owned by Ben Schumacher of Jackson township to Homer Williams of Salem. Iowa. Mr. Williams owns land adj i cent to the 40 acres he purchased from Mr. Schumacher. Possession will be given March 1st. 1944.
Dr. William Lyon Phelps Dies
New Haven, Connecticut (INS)—Dr. William Lyon Phelps, professor emeritus of Yale University and one of the nation's leading educators, died t day at his New Haven home. He was 78 years old.