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VOL. LXXI, No. 133
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SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1913
MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
Predict Early Allied Drive Against Italy
“Uneasy Pau^Expec.ed T.jAPP^ For Driver’s End Soon I License Starting
Labor Board Again Blocks Negotiations
London, Eng. JINS)—Informed ob-fcftvers in London today predicted an Applications lor renewal of driver's early allied thrust against the axis in Meeme* will be taken at the court-the European theater with the first house here starting next Monday. Per-blow probably falling in the Mediter- sons should take their old drivers 11-ranean. • cense with them as the receipt for pay-
The concensus in th*- British capi- ment of the new fee will be attached tai is that the “uneasy pause In to the present license. allied military operations in the Ifu. I The fee for the license Is 75 cents ropesn theater a ill end .-non. 'and will bf* god for a three year per-
Basi. for the belief that new action jfKi is almost at hand, stemmed from the u the 1941-1943 driver's license has Important conversation which No IO petn i0«t. it will be necessary to make Downing Street revealed, Prime Min- application for a duplicate of till* liter Winston Churchill had in North license.
Africa at th*- conclusion of his latest The driver's license renewal clerk talks with President B'»osevelt at \jr.s. Emily Anderson will be on duty Washington starting the first of the week and will
Observers also aw the way made have a convenient location in the court easier for an early blow at the energy house. Drivers are urgec to submit. as re ult -, of the agreement achieved their renewal application dirqpt to the in Algiers between French Generals cleric where receipts will be given Henri Sonora Giraud and Charles DeGauIle
There are many signs that the attack to liberate Europe from the axi
They’ll Do It Every Time---
Seidlitz always has
SOME EXCUSE POR. HOT PRACTISING HIS TUBA WHEN HES SUPPOSED TO--
A MUSlCkER. NOU WA SITED TO BE * A VOUNG FORTUNE I SPEND FOR THAT-TWAT FiSH WORN AND NOW YOU NE'/ER \ POAT TI SF
But, PAPA- I HAVE A
split lip. the Tuba I cannon practise
with A BLOSSOM
showing that the license has been renewed.
Pa dolman John Powers brought the material here today for use in tssu-
yoke will be opened initially against jng the receipts in Henry county
Tie island possessions of Italy in the _
• PF.C10US GAS AND INTV, n!«.i,coVn CREAM POURED ON ROAD -N O I )lSCU£S .OD •
Wayland—C. W Schlatter and h n-'n-law, Bill Hermann of Galves- j ■,-m. Ic::., were coming in town with cir truck full of Fe Wednesday. a hen near the choel house the gas ai k I' ll off and for the last block or a brought up the rear, leaving a down the center of the
* I Of Coal Strike Until Monday
Blit when company
ARRIVES-WOW .'DOES HE GO TO TOWN
Ani thor Ions was rust lined als Wedtu : day when one of cur farm?* r :mc to to'An with a five gallon <>< rf rn am in the buck of his p.ck-u; Tile can had toppled over, the lr * *m'' off and cream too, was leaving •
Lewis Sets June 2T As Ne v Truce Deadline
line ton, D C
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raters and miners not to
Use New Address , /Li" Ti, System In (’Hie:-; .,"h0„;;
A hew nut hod of speedii sliver.*- . through addn
ranch post ' ffice number fess on mail for dei iv ti# s. is being plaeei in opt
to proceed imn
up mail ] adjourn Until ! mf a i limo Van Horn
New Pastors At Open Bible Church
Rev, Chester O and Eleanor C. Smith haw jut arrived in Mount. Plea, arn to tak* charge of the Open Bibi* Church They are formerly of California, and more recently of the Middle West
Bot ii Rev and Mr. Smith are very adept in Childi*:.'s and Yourn People’s work having specialized in tho kind of work along with pastoral work for several years Rev Smith yiterests tile young people with his colored chalk tlliuti ttions Mrs smith was formerly Field Secretary of the Child Evangelism movement in California. They are expecting to do extensive work in this line during the summer months.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend all services. The meetings will be interesting to young and old alike
C ongress Eager For Summer Rest
Washington, D. C. -Congress is planning to take its first extended recess in four years The leadership wants to take a summer recess beginning July lo, and lasting until after Labor Day. September 6 lf either the Republican or Democratic leadership decides that an e-mergency has arisen, which makes desirable the reconvening of congress within that time, the other leaders will agree promptly to reassemble The date of July IO for the “getaway ' has been chosen, and approved by party leaders because they believe ♦ he annual appropriation bills for the new fiscal year, starting July I, can be disposed of by then.
Tax Bill Finished Until the tax bill had been disposed cf no plans could be made for a summer recess, which would permit the fcetsafcors and representatives to get out of Washington and go home to look after the fences.
There are a good many appropriation bills yet to be disposed of and it is possible that the leaders are too optimistic in their belief that everything necessary to an adjournment can be
Appointed By McKeough, gloria! OI*A Head
Quiet Prevails Kinnick Death In Argentina Shock To Friends
Although ti yp!y to the mil delimit ave a dine .snatched fr
ie new n Mr Plea in Mt. I bearing im the lo
ration rap'd will not office and ant. it will
Des Moines, Iowa* <INSi—The Iowa OPA office today reported the appointment of R E. Walters, 53. Harlan, la., businessman and former farmer to become Des Moines district OPA director Monday
The appointment was made in Chicago by Raymond S McKeough, regional OPA administrator.
Walters will succeed Robert B Adams of Odebolt, who resigned this week, effective today.
Walters, a native of Tipton, Iowa, farmed for IO years near Galva before going to Harlan where he established a feed elevator and rendering plant business.
Castillo Asks Permission To' Enter Uruguay
Qualities Stood Out Bot Ii I And Off The Field
?• I’ gnec tires :,tie;
on mail a1 office rn affected I unit number to the branch g mail to be de
Van Horn's stall atter til* United M man John L Lew is Heated the strike I June 20 deadline I becomes effective Lewis had call return to the mn
s ha Offif liver
Iowa Cif ing news of tin t today car-t a ti j ness over the U regime of I us where his
IIN: th ■ of
Further Attacks In Mediterranean
Allied Headquarters in North Africa —(INS) Further attacks by night and day on Italy. Sicily and Panteikria, by allied bombers and fighter-bomberi were ann unced today in an official disposed of within the next month
Among the principal targets of assault wa i the Milo air field on the Island of Sicily.
Italy, Sicily, Pantelleria were hammered by bombers of the northwest Africa airforce*.
Buenos Aires, Argentina The overthrown Argentina
President Castillo departed from the ’ ind ex-mr picture tcdav and this nation embark- j the football field made ed upon a new policy of continental solidarity in the wake of a military revolution.
Former Minister Ruiz-Zuinazu and four other members of the ousted Castillo regime arrived at Montevideo aboard the steamer Salto taking refuge in the Argentine ambassy then Castillo himself wirelessed the Uruguayan gcvernment from the gunboat Drummond asking nermission to enter
The fact is that Democrats and Republicans alike feel the need of getting back in their home towns in advance of the opening of the presidential campaign next year.
Walters Is a democrat, his predecessor, Adams, is a republican and a j Uruguay.
large land owner and farmer. i Complete tranquility prevailed as
The new' OPA director will serve on j Pedro Ramirez took over the
a $1 OO a year basis as did Adams. J helm of government Operation of pub-Walters is a former president of the j be services went back to normal. Renderers’ Association of Iowa and a j
director of the Grain and Feed Deal-'_^ - ~
ers Association and served seven years J^lTipIOyCS KGSUITI6 as a member of the Harlan board of t
of the universe who perceived ii that stood out t prowess.
No player was ev spewed by hi coat? nick whose inspirit teammates to a rd:1 cd by n: other Ha past decade.
>f Nile K'nnick shock and sad-1 Iowa camp-ixploits of 1939 r r on and oft him a legend-
lek on were members a till* tic department Kinnick th? qualities en above hi- athletic
?r admired and relet more than Kin g play elevated his ting spirit surpass-,'keve eleven of the
unit ed in the addre • the name r f branch office
number mu t ss. The num-the city indi-ir postal unit,
Some Employes At Work After Walkout at Keokuk Plant
Work or Morrells
through winch the mail is delivered. '
Hire I an example: John C Smit ii; 222 Min ta pan Ave: Boston 8: Mn.
The figure '8“ after the city indicates the branch office through which the letter or package bearing the address will be delivered in that city. Tile new system speeds up the separation of mail for distribution to branch .offices and permits much more rapid handling of mail by inexperienced pc * ii clerks.
A bulletin received at the post office stated that the new address system well be in effect in large cities throughout ’he United States by the end of June.
It wa Fiber Box col after a walk ut sax over the discharge ploye accused of abs* The woman is sui; icials to have tailed at a designated time tcrdav aff feted 150 Thi company said I (Xpert d Monday. U til the walk ut una nanv said.
any in Keokuk
CHANGED FLAG RULES AFFECT ALL CITIZENS
Mass Attack Against German Base
CLAIMS HE MISSED
NEWS ABOUT WAR
Moscow, Russia -UNS>—The Soviet air force was revealed today to have answered the Nazi 500 plane assault on Kursk with a mass assault against the German base of Orel.
Orel, 800 miles north of Kursk on the southern front, was hammered by a total of 520 Russian planes which wrought teriffic damage. Railway depots and munitions and fuel dumps were set ablaze by very heavy explosions.
I Des Moines. Iowa—John Walker, 41. arraigned Friday before United States Commissioner V. U. Sigler for draft violation, told the commissioner he didn’t register for the draft because he didn’t know there was I “another” war going on.
Sigler held Walker in jail under $500 bond, and continued his case until off-
Extension Service workers are calling to the attention of 4 -H Club members a change in observances of respect for the flag. These changes also Joseph ^ affect the procedure for all citizens to fellow, of course.
No longer is the right hand extended by civilians in reciting the pledge of allegiance. Section 7 of Law 62j recently passed by Congress, reads: “That the pledge of allegiance to the flag, ‘I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to | the Republic for which it stands, one
Ottumwa, Iowa—< INS>—All depart-1 ments of the John Morrell and Co. | packing plant were operating normally | today and the company announced the end of a three-day suspension of hog killing department employes who refused to work an hour of over time last Tuesday.
The company announcement said all hog killing department employes were at work today.
The men had refused to work overtime Tuesday because the plant was closed Monday when they would have received double pay for the day’s work
Omaha. Ne cr —(INS)—Nil( KJ- nick naval flier, killed at sea in line of duty, is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nile Kinnick. sr., and two brothers, Lieut. Ben Kinnick. 23, a marine pilot, who studied engineering at Iowa State College *nd George, 16 who graduated this w ok from Benson high school in Omaha.
The elder Kinnick is unalv ’ t for the federal land bank in Omaha Nile, who was 24. spent his younger year in Adel, Iowa.
TAKES MOTORCYCLE RIDE THROWN FROM MACHINE
Wayland—Ruth Miller thought it would be fun to take a motorcycle ride Wednesday with her cousin. Marion Reschly. They started out to tin’ cid home farm, struck a chuck hole in the lane and Ruth vunt up and » ver receiving a gash beneath one knee which required three damps.
The Richard Hodge family moved this week from 205 North Adams St., to the apartment vacated for the summer by Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cuthbert, at 205 North Harrison street, the Galer residence.
Two families have moved into the
icials could check into his record. ,
. . e, . ; nation indivisible, wigh liberty and
Walker, questicned bv Sigler, said _ . .
, , . , justice for all be rendered by stand-
he had not read the newspapers for a J
, . , . j * mg with the right hand over the
long time, and that he had not heard
of Pearl Harbor. He admitted, how- ieart.....
When the flag is hoisted or lowered
ever, that he could read and write. | ^
, w . ior when it passes in parade or re-
Walker was arrested in Montezuma, ^
view, all persons should face the flag,
la Thursday. Sigler said Walker ap-
, . , , , f 'stand at attention and salute. For
Darently has no fixed place of abode, j
p _______ I civilians the salute consists of placing
the right hand over the heart. Men should remove their hats.
When the national anthem is being
Draft Details For Subsidy on Meal
SOLDIER PUT FOOT OUT OF TRAIN WINDOW; HURT
Perry, la—Sergt. Francis Wlniarski, 22. was taken from a train here Fri-2av for treatment of a cut on one foot which, he told authorities, he apptr-
* utly uffered when he stuck his foot through a train window while sleeping.
i T ie -oldier w'as on furlough and wa-enroute from his base at Pocatello, Idaho, to his home in Blackstone, Mass.
He was taken to a Perry hospital
• and was to be removed late Friday to the Camp Dodge induction center hospital near Des Mo nes.
SUMMER BIBLE SCHOOL AT FAITH LUTHERAN
Officers To Report On Ration Violations
The past week office stopping cars and inspe t display of the proper pons. In cases where \ been found, warnings ha In tire future, howe will be turned rn to ti board.
In some1 instance, no been displayed or the difrer from the ration should be corrected. Ak .-ens have clipped off the C coupon book, which s done.
rs have been cling them as rationing cou-ioiations have ye been issued, ver, violations the rationing
icker i hav ' lakers may ack-. These stme per-?nd of ti ie ir auld not be
Jess Huge: Found III In His Car
ON ORANGE SOLD
J j/iYved, /those present should stand
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house on ,
Broad street the J. F Comstocks have jjild Real Estate reports the sale of and face the music. If the flag is dis-moved from 300 North Jefferson into small residence and 2ti lots front- played at the same time, everyone the downstairs rooms and the George jng on orange street adjacent to should face it and salute.
Meechams into the upstairs apart- Broadway, and owned by Mr. and Mrs. ........ ~
ment. George Johnson, to Mr. and Mrs. Vin- OWNER COMES HERE
Washington. D. C.— (INS)—Despite congressional opposition, the office of price administration today drafted final details of its subsidy program to roll back the price of meat ten percent.
The rollback on meat will not apply immediately at the retail level. It wa.-believed that two or three weeks would be required to give wholesalers and packers time to dispose of their current stocks.
PARENTS TO BE FINED IN CURFEW VIOLATION
Glenwood. la—An ordinance prov. -ing a 10:30 p. rn. curfew- for bors and girls 17 years old and under has been passed by the Glenwood city council The ordinance, sponsoi by various civic group up to $10 for parents violate the regulation.
id and drafter’ ,. provides fine-whose children
John M. Overstrum, who recently cent E crane. In the absence of Mr. completed a CAA War Training Ser- crane, who is serving with the U. S. j vice course at Tonkawa, Okla., is visit- Forces overseas, the property will coning here this week. He expects to go tjnue to be rented. to Texas soon.
Faith Lutheran of tile city will regain hold its Summer Bible School for rhe children. The schrol will be held at the chanel rooms on Broadway at 9.30 a.m.. besmiling Monday, and will I. » fcr two wee ks.
The children attending the .school v.i!I u e as their text book, ‘ The LH” f Chrrt Visualized,’’ and will study the life of Christ from Bethlehem’s manager to the calling of the twelve All children of the congregation are expected t: attend, with all interested eh’ldren having an invitation to attend.
Jess Rugg found in a
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car in a rf;
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FOR HIS AUTOMOBILE ITW1N ™ C0E
Capt. John Huttig, new commanding officer of the army unit at Iowa Wesleyan, arrived here this week. Capt. Huttig and family will reside in the new house near Scotty's grocery on Walnut street. The house was built by
ALL-10WA BLACKOUT TO BE CALLED SOON
I Arthur H Geerdes of Galesburg, 111.,. ! came here Friday night to get his car I width w'as in the possession of Miss Betty Leu Swenke w’hen she was taken into custody here Friday morning. The car was turned over to Geerdes, a Selby, ex- former Wellsburg, la., resident, this
Cedar Rapids. Iowa—(INS) —The Coe college board ot trustees today appointed twin brothers, Willis and Harris Lamb as co-directors of athletics succeeding Morey Eby who re-
Heavy Rain in Southwestern
FOR CANNING SUGAR CARRELS-DOCKENDORFF !
WEDDING AT MT. UNION I
Rhubarb comes under the classification of fruit that may be caus?' I with canning sugar it has been pointed out here. Like ethel fruH lie • ai may be canned with cne-hali cup sugar par quart.
VOICE OF NILE KINNICK TO BE HEARD ON RAD'O
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v London.—The marriage Carrels, daughter of Mr. a >. Roy Garrets and Glen Duck * ff on of Mr. an I Mr-. E l D?ck * ff. all of New London, was solem
Des Moille: Moines wean hod received Riverton in Iowa that a I tailed 4.fiend mc; this i
Des Moines.—Rodney Q. Selby, ex- loaner weiisDurg, ia„ resident, uusjsigned after 29 years, ecutive secretary of the Iowa Indus- morning. He is employed at the round-. Willis, now head basketball coach Pl/Zan/Homps "inc” The"Free/ Hed- trial and Defense commission. Friday house at Galesburg. and dean of mem will be relieved of
“nu move from the Hunt said the commission has been advised Miss Swenke was still rn custody the latter duty. * Uhs came to Cedar nil tv on alt Monroe to a,.other an unannounced statewide blackout here tcdav awaiting the arrival of fed- (Rapids in 1938 from Centerville high hon e bum In- Pleasant Homes. Inc.. will be called In Iowa “dur ng the last era! emeers who had requested that reheel. Harris came to the Coe a l-
me one n Norlh Adams near the week in June or the first week in she be held Geerdes had loaned the letie staff last year rom ohio North-the one on Norm /maim near car to her, she told officers. em University at Ada, Ohio.
city light plant. JUi>*
Iowa City, Iowa— * IW) T >c of the late Nib Kinnick will be again by radio transcripti n V* I., announced today it will in at 2:45 Monday an in'rrvi v, Kinnick by Mer!’ Mi:, o: presented in January, lino
in the in the f.nni s Fcngb the ce The heme W inn where frier.
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