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THEMT. PLEASANT, IOWAMore Deaths In Mississippi RiverThree Men Are Victims Boating Accidents
Attempt To Start Corn Into Market
They’ll Do It Every Time
New Head of School h or Girls Appointed
At tempt To Shell Forces On Island
Muscatine, la. tINSi Harlan Phillips, arni Paul Snider are dead and Mis Phillips and Mrs. Ruth Sindt and in hospitals today after a boat accident on the Mississippi river Friday night.
The four were riding in an outboard motor boat when it. overturned Homer Howard re..cued the women in another rowboat but before he could get to tlie men. they perished in the waters of the river The two women will recover.
WA VERMIN, THE APPLE-POLISHERS r* is AT IT AGAIN -THE ONLY Y/}, THING HE COULD HAND ) f [ IN TO IMPROVE THIS f \
\ JOINT IS HIS ^ '
JUST LEAVE IT— ^
X. KNOW HIS SUGGESTIONS PIRE HALF THE OFF'CE r-FORCE AND PROMOTE J HIM —THE WORM*
f I HAVE ANOTHER N SUGGESTION for IMPROVING
The office system, mr
GAFFV, SO I TVPED IT OUT IN DETAIL-ON MV OWN TIME, OF COURSE • IT WOULD SAVE THE FIRM THOUSANDS OF < DOLLARS AND SPEED UP J . THIS DEPARTMENT'S / \ WORK ^
Guarantee Amount of Increase If Oiling Is Raised
Three Other Appointments Made by Board of Control
IVE GOT AN IDEA TOO Tm EV COULD ,
lay me OTP and h re A HORSE to . DO MV WORK*- J
Washiest'n. D. C -<INS»- The
navy revealed today that blazing guns of American fleet units In a night
tattle routed a Japanese flotilla of i even warships attending to shell !
United States invasion forces on Ren-dova island in the Solomons. A telegram received by the AAA of-
Ar. undisclosed number of Ameri- lice here announce.^ that farmers Bellon warships anparently la lei a trap ing corn between July I and August for the Japanese .squadron of three IO will Le guaranteed the amount of a u nrs r,nd four cif ta f vets which the increase in price if tne ceiling is moved into the central Solomons ra.sed tefcre October 31.
the night of Julv 3 and drove them The corn must be sold thiough an
off in short order. elevator ’ey the producers and the
The navy said that no further de- seller is guai anteed the difference befalls had been received on the sea tween the present ceiling price and tattle, th' first of any importance the new ceiling price, if a r.ew one is in several months, in the south Pa- set.
dUc. | Some feeders are getting lew on
Thf Japanese warships apparently feed, in fact some are entirely out of Steamed m lo the centra! Sr ’ canons fern and are unable to buy any at war Zone from the Rabaul area or the present ceiling price. It is possibly fr rn the enemy's main base thought the guarantee of an inciease, at Truk if there is one, may start the corn
Th' Japanese fleet movement was stored on farms into the market chan-preceded on July 2 by a daylight riels, bombing attack on American positions,
Damage was negligible
Dos Moines. Iowa —(INS)— Chairman R. P Pullen of the Iowa board of control today announced appointment of Mrs Marie Carter of Eldora as sup! riiitcndent of the state training hoc] tor g.rl at Mitchellville.
H^ads of three other state in ti-tuti os were reappointed.
Mrs. Carter, who has been a teacher at the boys industrial .school for seven j; ars and wife of a former industrial school employe now In the army, will succeed Mrs M Lynhan of Coming, la who had noticed the board she old not de ire reappointment.
Those reappointed were Dr Themas Lacey, superintendent cf the Glenwood .tat" school for the past four years; Foss Davis, warden of Ana-years; Foss Davis, warden of Anamosa, who has compted d his first four year term and O. 8. Von Krog. veteran supe rintender!t cf the boys industrial school at Eldora.
^ if The
BOSS DONT WATCH OUT, VERMIN will suggest him Right out ! OF A JOB - j
Jap Force Consists of Seven Warships
Davenport. la (INS)—Another victim was added today to the Mississippi’s growing 1943 drowning toll Clarence Anthony. 18. of Davenport, a Rok Island arsenal employe was drowned last night when a canoe unset A companion was rescued.
Sale of Stamps
Etching The self-appointed EFFICIENCY EXPERT STRUT HIS
stuff -'They’ll do it EVERV time —
GE-A T SsH .
Squadron Chosen For Keokuk Event
Section Worker Hit By Pie Plate, Dies
MISS HELEN BUDDE AND MR. JAMES R. DOHERTY ARE MARRIED FRIDAY
Hillsboro Soldier In African Battles
Two-Pronged Attack On Axis
WITH OUR BOYS IN THE SERVICE
DECISION IN FAVOR
Allied Headquarters in North Africa (INS'— Liberator bombers of the United States air force executed a two-pronged assault on the axis air-lieids at Lecce at Grattaglie on the heel of the Italian mainland and shot. uowti 12 out of a force of 40 enemy fighters which gave combat, an official communique announced today.
Squadron C, Flight I has been chosen by the local detachment of preflight students to represent the past ;n the patriotic < x< rn ' at Keokuk on Monday afternoon They will be accompanied bv th.* detachment band The group will take part in the parade planned by the cit'., .md will give a special drill demonstration
IU usual Accident Along Tracks of Burlington
S.-Spt. Richard F. M cC a be Writes About ( amp Also
Mr and Mr* AB Cantwell received a message this noon stating that (heir son '"'KL f iifford ( . ( .*nt-well. will arrive Sunday Morning to spend his furlough with th'-m. Mrs. Gamewell will join him soon
A decision in favor of the defendant. William Bruggemeyer, has been given in the case in which Bruggemeyer was accused of Assault and battery’ in information filed by Bob Furnald The hearing was before Justice of the Peace G. A Hallowell.
Burlington, Iowa —'INS*— Internal injuries believed to have been caused bv a pie plate thrown by the southbound Zephvr streamliner proved fatal in a Burlington hospital to-d-y to David Beebe. 57, Burlington railroad .section worker.
Des Moines county coroner R. O. Giles said Beebe was believed to have been struck by the pie plate which apparently was lying loose along the track at a point w-here the section crew’ was working The plate apparently was struck by the streamliner, and hurled hitting Beebe.
Tile coroner sud an inquest would be held and impannelled a jury.
( pl Ralph Lamm, who ha Vi ited relatives and friend* here for Ute past ten days, is leaving tomorrow morning for a station in Tennessee.
Two Pay Fine* Uo*e
Each of the men arrested Friday by Enemy Bate highway patrolmen were fined when London. Eng. (INS)— Allied troops
arraigned later in the day before closing in on the Jap base of Salamaua, Justice of the Peace James T Whiting New’ Guinea, from the Massau bay Joe Maginnis was fined $10 and costs sector have reached a point from on an intoxication,charge and D C. where they can see the enemy strong-Halfhill was fined $25 and costs on a hold, a Reuters dispatch said today
reckless driving charge. Suspension ---
of Halfhilis driver s license w’as recom- Invasion
mended also. _ . ..
Revision of Gas Rationing
J. E. TAYLOR FARM SOLD TO ROY FLEENOR
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