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MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
They’ll Do It Every Time
Hit Germans 1 On Way To African Base
Governors to Seek Return of State Rights
By Paul Mallon ^
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Includes Dead, Wounded, Miss intr and Prisoners
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Washington, D C. <INS> Total American army casualties since the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor were set at 63.958 dead, wounded, missing and prisoners of war today by Secretary of St He Stimson.
At a news conference, Stimson said the total includes 7,538 killed in action or dead from wounds, 17.128 wounded, 22,687 missing and 16,615 Officially listed as prisoners of war by Japan, Germany and Italy.
The secretary said that many of those listed as wounded already have returned to duty and that an unknown number of missing may be presumed tc be prisoners of war but not reported through olficial channels.
/ WHY DON T \ SHE Give US A
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/ THOSE TWO > GET ALONG SO TERRIBLE,THEV OUGHT TO GET
London, England iINSi—Squadrons cf four-motored British bombers which went en to North Africa after hammering Friedrichshafen, Germany, on Sunday night, plastered the Italtn naval b se of Spczia with a heavy we ght of bombs last night on theii return flight to England, the air min-i. frv announced today.
The assault on Spezia. submarine building center, marked the hrst employment against Italy of “shuttle raids by allied bombers.”
The feat of the bombers was re-maikable in that not a single plane was Pat in the raid Sunday night or in the assault on Spezia last night.
It was estimated that the bombers traversed a distance of 1,100 to 1,200 miles in returning to their base in England from North Africa.
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NEW VORK, N V.
Get A Break
Heavy Assault On Rail Junction
Moscow. Russia ifNSi—Soviet airmen maintaining a crippling series of aerial assaults against German bases on the Russian front in connection w.th allied sweeps against western Europe were reported today to l>ave delivered a heavy assault on the strategic rail junction of Pskov.
Lilting of Curfew Restrictions
WAR PRISONERS MAY AID WITH IOWA WORK
United Nations Headquarters in Australia — t INS) — American-manned bombers in the second-longest raid flight of the war in the Pacific, blasted the major Japanese sh loping base at Macassar on the Island of Celebes with more than 38 tons of bombs, allied headquarters announced today.
Report Seizure of All Stored Corn Imminent
0GILV1E-BRUHL WEDDING AT KAHOKA WEDNESDAY
FATAL TO GIRL
Bonaparte-Ka-haleen Ann McMill-en, 3, was burned fatally and her father. Floyd McMillin wa* /.ideally in-j jured in a tractor explosion on the Mc- ; Millen farm four miles south of Mt j Sterling Tuesday afternoon, j Mr. McMillen suffered burns on the | hands, arms and back in trying to save Kathaleen and her sister. Jennie Louise. 5. He succeeded in getting them away from the machine, but not until Kathaleen had been seriously burned, j She died at a Ft. Madison hospital Wednesday morning where she and | the father were both taken.
Mrs. Moss Accepts State Position
WAYLAND R. R. STATION CLOSED IN DAYTIME
IOWA UNION MINERS
RETURN TO WORK
DINNER GIVEN FOR JAMES GREEN
Mr and Mrs. Harry Green. 1200 Et Washington, were hosts at a covered dish suDper Monday evening honoring their son. James Millard, who left Tuesday to enter the U. S. marines Guest- were relatives and a few friends.