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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - June 17, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMP8
VALID RATION STAMPS
Sugar 13 - Through Aug. 15. Gasoline No. 0 Expires July 21
Fuel OII 5.....Until S*pt. 30
Coffee 24 - Through June 30
K. L. M. blue stamps expire July 7 J, K. L, M red stamps expire June 30 N red stamps June 20 to June 30 Shoe Stamp 18 expires Oct. 31
MT. PLEASANT, IOWAMaking Plans For Mailing Book 3One-Sided Victory Over Japs in AirOne of Greatest Aerial Battles of WarThey’ll Do It Every Time
By Paul Mallon
But take a gadder at Platinum park—not ENOUGH INHABITANTS TO PROVIDE RALL BE ACE RS FOR A FUNERAL-
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From the buildup THE SALESMAN AGER GAVE THE TERRITORY DILLDOCK REALLY THOUGHT HE HAD SOMETHING--
(Distributed by King Feature* Syndicate. Inc.. Reproduction In Full or tn Part Strictly Prohibited.)
Need IOO Persons; May Use PrisonersDana Mayer Named President of Group
HTH IS IS PLATINUM PARK*
^ BUY NOWList* Rates For Meat SubsidyAnother Call For Food Czar
BEYOND THIS in vital cases, tht president could step a strike by taking over tho plant, but even then the workers could get a wage increase or other new privileges out of the war labor board. If the president takes over the plant, the labor leaders (no individual i would then be prevented from promoting a stiike under penalty ai a $5,000 fine cr two years impri clime nt.
Bi lf cly. that is all there is to it. The bill is moderate in tone and. in one place, even admonishes the boa"! •‘to be fair to both the employer aud the employee.” Obviously, no one can get much •Fascism.” "cripple the war," or ‘ breakdown of workers' morale” cut of the provisions of the legislation.Reserve Shipping Now Available
London. England <INS*—Enough reserve shipping now is at the disposal of the allies to enable them to engage simultaneously in more than one amphibious operation against the axis, the navy writer of the Daily Telegraph said today.
Plans for a number of such operations have been worked out in detail and there should be no delay when the time to strike arrives, he wrote
A dispatch from "somewhere on the German frontier” to the Daily Mail said that military circles in Berlin are discussing plans for a combined “offensive-defensive” campaign against England this summer in the hope of disrupting allied invasion strategy.INS Writer To Broadcast Tonight
Dos Moines. Iowa <INS>— Graham ! Hovey, International News Service! col respondent, just returned from
North Africa today was scheduled to; tell fellow Iowans impressions of the war over radio station WHO at 10:30 p. rn. tonight.
Tho International News Service war writer, a native of Cedar Falls, was with an army air corps that included the 34th division made up in part of Iowa units and is emphatic in his praise of the Hawkeye troops.
The former Iowan who has experienced dive bombing, strafing, artillery fire and sniping, while touring the war front in jeeps is home on vacation and will return to a new assignment in a theater of war soon.
WITH OUR BOYS SERVICETry For Compromise On Subsidy Question
John Poulter In War AreaHit By Bus, Girl, 9, Has Fractured Skull
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