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MT. PLEASANT, IOWACar Belonging To Rev. Rqhey StolenThey’ll Do It Every TimeSenate Votes To Increase Corn Price
Ten Japanese Ships Sunk or Damaged
By Paul Wallon
S/'/ YUP, Ills COLD? BUT WAIT
All Winter /till july? rr's heaven
OLIVER DRABB I HERE 7HEN?0EST SUMMER WAS STATIONED ( RESORT IN THE WORLD ? AT THE COLD- \ SWELL DAMES? WOW? i
EST CAMP IN ORAND CLIMATE AND
THE COUNTRY /fat WONDERFUL NIGHTS ? a SWIMMING'S GREAT.'^a u u <s ITS WORTH WAITING/^
** a " ROR^OH. BCV 'JVA
So WHAT? COMES IT JULY AND OLIVER WAS TRANSFERRED TO A CAMP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ARIZONA DESERT
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Sheriff Manning Cline reported this afternoon that he had found Rev..
Rubey's car on North White street, stout a half bleck north of the Burlington tracks and 1>2 blocks from the place where it was stolen. « Six Probably Sunk; Cruiser~ u, . Helena Lost
A green Chevrolet coupe belonging to
the Rev. Morell Rubey was stolen from --
in front of the residence at 607 North Washington, D. C. (INS*—America's
Jackson Tuesday night or early this land .sea and air offensive in the Pa-
morning. cific increased sharply today as the
Rev. Rubey. pastor of the Salem navy announced that United States Methodist church and Iou a Wesleyan warships blasted the Japanese on Kis-student, missed the car about ll o’clock ka in the Aleutians while long range this morning and a stool" time later bombers pounded enemy positions in theft was broadcast over the Iowa pol- the northern Solomons, ice radio. At the same time, the navy* identi-
The car. which boff* license plates fled the American cruiser sunk in the No. 44-5087, was pat kerf on North Jack recent Kula Bay naval battle as the son, just north and back of the Her- 9.700 ton Helena which had a normal shay barracks. complement of about 850 officers and
------- men.MISSING DOGS FOUND I -
United Nations Headquarters in Aus-
FAR FROM TOWN tralia (INS*—United States assault
WASHINGTON — FILL EM PLOY-
MI NT Ila been placed alongside international peace as an equal objective of the British government for the post war world in an official pronouncement b1. die chancellor of the exchequer, Kingsley Wood.
No doubt our government also will seek "full employment at all costs" with (qual ardor.
But in the full employment discussion . beth here md in Britain, the talk is of new sensational artificial methods of achieving this result — a $25,000,OOC OOO annual federal budget to financr public work , a 20 hour work week (yes 20* and various other device-'Would Boost Ceiling From $1.97 to $1.40
Washington, D. C. <INSt The senate today by voice vote passed a resolution to raise thf- ceiling price on corn from $1.07 to $1 .40 a bushel.
Sponsors of the meagre explained that an increase in the corn price is necessary to break the "corn strike" and to eiffel*- many important industries to aver? closing a-- a result of the lack of corn Th*- resolution is the first passed by either branch of congress to break celling prices established by the office of nrtce administration since the ar.t'-mflution act was enacted last October
Local .Markets Short on Meat This WeekTEN AMBULANCES PRESENTED BY 0. E. S
Installation of the pipe organ at 1 Iowa Wesleyan has been completed atter many months of work on the part of James Topp, expert organ builder, and his assistants. Mr. Topp left here Saturday.
The new organ, a combination of the organ given by Albert I. Lodwick, of 1 Lakeland, Fla., and the former organ at the college chapel, is one of the largest in this section. Music lovers 1 will welcome the opportunity of hear-; ing the organ at ^ome early date.
Patriotic Selections On Band ProgramFormer IWC Student Married MANY FISHERS N; -! FEW FISH CAUGHT