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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVAI.ID RATION STAMPS
' cffre 24 - Through June 30 K. I,. JVI. blue stamps expire July 7 J. K rfd stamps empire June 30 L Rpd Stamps - June ti to June 30
VALID RATION STAMPS
Sugar 13 - Through Aug. 15. I
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Gasoline No. 6 Expires July 21 Fuel OII 5.....Until Sept. 30
MT. PLEASANT, IOWAWEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 191.'!Hospitals Need War ObjectorsLeaders Told To Discontinue Negotiations
They’ll Do It Every Time
ANV MAN WHO MISREPRESENTS A BUSINESS LIKE ME CHD SHOULD BE BOILED IN CHL AND HUNG' PERFECT C EQUIPMENT AND SOOD TRADE.- i ^>1 BAH f EVERYTHING IM THE I \\ place is falling to pieces^ S AMD t^ERE AIN’T NO / C TRADE AT ALL '.A A
YEH-HE SURE PUT OVER. A FAST OWE# WHEN HE SOLD NOU THIS JOI NT “ J
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THE GUY WHO SOLD HIM THE PLACE WAS SOMETHING THE EDITOR WON’T LET US PRINT •••Twenty-Five Serving At State Hospital Here
Des Moines—Ch airman P F Hopkins cf the iowa board of control r* oorted Tuesday that the board has been unsuccessful in an effort to procure more conscientious objectors to work in the state mental hospitals.
A contingent of 25 is serving as attendants in the Mount Pleasant, state hospital. More were wanted. Hopkins raid. for the Cherokee and Independence st st* hospitals and for the school fcr the feebleminded at Woodward.
Ihev’ve more or less saved the day for us at Mount Pleasant,” the chairman said. All the instiutions have been experiencing considerable difficulty in obtaining emploves.
At one time1, Hopkins rented, more than half the male attendants were objectors. Their work generally has been excellent, he said They are paid $2 f'i a month above their keep.
Eight wives of objectors also are working in the Mount Pleasant hospital. They are paid regular attendants wages, which range from $40 to $75 a month.
Federal authorities informed the board that all the available objectors are being used in fighting forest fires
One objector changed his mind after being assigned to Mount Pleasant, Hopkins said, and has offered to enter the army.Confusion Follows: StrikeCalled Violation of Pledge
MISTER,I WOULDST EVEN THINK OF SELLING THIS LITTLE GOLDMINE,IF THE CLIMATE AGREED WITH MY V WIFE EVERY MEAL I HAVE <V ^ f to TURN AWA/ CUSTOMERS, Y_
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l. V EQUIPMENT IS IN y* ’ 0 JI v. A-l CONDITION r yW I
SPiff YOU SHOULD HEAR HIS LINE, WHEN HE TRIES TO UNLOAD IT ON SOME OTHER POOR SUCKERWills. Codicils ;st«p slaughtering Are Admitted! 1 an _Labor Dispute In The Killing
* * ! DepartmentSwanson, Thomson and Lee _
Wills Admitted to Probate Ottumwa, Iowa UNS*— The John
COUTWomen Help With Planting:Additional Men Classified In I-A
Additional men have been classified in I-A by the local Selective Service board. Included in the list posted this week are:
Daryl Wittmex Everett Krieger Ronald Brown Wendell Dillavou Edwin Davidson George Martin Robert Coghlan James Pounds James Green n Duane Wittmer
Irvin Moats had been classified in I-A at ah earlier met' J g of til? beard.
NEW POSTAGE STAMP WILL SALUTE POLANDBUILDING CUSTODIANS \ -TO ATTEND MEETING IRA McBETH BUYS
Rrfprrtirp mude tr> the elders attend-PROPERTY ON JEFFERSON
Walter J. Virden, referee, has given a deed for the Rose Donahue place in Grover Park addition in southwest M* Pleasant Ic Julia Wilson Consideration was $2,0^0.
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