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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - November 4, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS I uel Oil I ......... Until    Jan.    3 Eagar—29 (Book 4I .........5    lbs. Shofv-Airplane I (Bk 3) Indpf’ly Shies—18 (Rook Ii—Indefinitely THE MT PLEASANT NEWS CANNED GOODIS A. B. C. Green Bk Ii expire Dec. 20 X. Y, Z Blue (Bk. 2> expire Nov. 20 Meats. Butter. Lard, etc. G, II Brown (Bk. 3) expire Der. 4 VOL. LXXI, No. 259 7 HI RS!)AY, NOV. 1, 1913 MT. PLEASANT, IOWA THE By Paul Mallon (Distributed by King Feature* 8jru Jlcate-. Inc, Reproduction in Pub Oi In P irt Strictly Prohibited ) WASHING'!"! \—THERE HAS BEEN n Uf h (ommentnfing but little analyzing ft will’ Moi r.s Hull and Eden got at Mosco a The cheering has been prart cady unanimous Mi Hull implied the but point was the extrication of Ru.-sia—» and us from isolationism. Isolationist Senator Vandenberg :j k< oi the results as .splendid” Ad-miiustrat ion is t. Moderator Ton) Con-nallv said it meant exactly what was lr. his resection Not at all, said In-ernationaiists Ball Burton Hatch and Hi I; it meant the stronger international military preservation of peace they Advocate, Now, certainly, this is either unity or el'e someone is mistaken about what 'bn- agreements mean In either event, the situation demand- utmost analyzing Each man should twice-read, coolly measure 'he liquid words of the agreements, and judge their weigth or volume in possible action for himself. My jesuits of that operation are presented as follows, without prejudices ct preferment; R. A. F. Bombers With County Men And Women In rl’he Service They’ll Do It Every Time SORRY, &UT MG JELLEY IS OUT OF TOWN- NO, I DON’T KNOW WHEN HE’LL &E BACK- IF YOU’LL LEAVE GET THAT - JUST WHEN MAME HAS THE GUV SHOOED AWAY, JERKILY HAS To STICK HIS HEAD OUT the old boys >yis ’THAT V w, T--+ Ka A Cl Word has been receiv i that James T. McCabe has been made captain of Cadet- of th'- senior cia s in basic tra rung at San Angelo, Texas. He may be addres ed A/C James T. M( ( abe, Lo git low F id B44 Bk- Ai, San Angelo, Texas. rn New address Corp. Wm. R. smith, 755 fh T. S. S. Lowry PitM, No. 2, Colorado Nev. address: Cpl. Jaek Hudson, A. S N 37251810 .    460th Bomb Orotip, 762nd Sqi Ch tam Pi I J, Savant id, i Ga. Mrs W P Eland r* reive , v -J ti J. \ on Cpl. William lf I land. x* covering from i set tot:    a’ta k of asthma He is in a h spital cst Hunt'r j Field Eavounrah, Ga Hr complete) ; ' d’ is C pl. William ll. Hand. 314 A r drome Sqdn. Hunter Field, Savai nail, Ga. BEEN DUCKIN' THAT GUY POR WEEKS. I a •DON’T KNOW WHAT I HE’S GOT in THAT \ BRIEFCASE, BOT I \ know ms trouble/ Dusseldorf Heavy Attack Follows U. S. Raid on Cologne (LO P. Leads In Kentucky Leu. li e. K\. -Republican Simeon S. Willis Wednesday regained the lead in the Kentucky governor’* race. Unofficial reports from 3.768 of th** r- at^’s precincts gave him 244.951 to 239,650 for Democrat J. Lyt°r Donaldson. Dona d-on ever ame Willis’ earl-. lend Tuesday night an-’ built up a margin of mere than 12,000 votes, but Wills whittled it down and final!’, passed him. Many cf the unreported precincts we e in Jeff n county (Louisville), where Donaldson .‘ ‘.ill was running ahead of Willis. Two Killed At North Liberty Germans Withdraw From Italian Defense Posit:on London, Eng. (INS) — The German trnneiand industrial city cf Duessel-lorf was blasted during the night by formidable squadrons cf R A. F bornb-rs while smaller squadrons attacked Cologne, the air ministry announced today. Dusseldorf, . it*- of numerous great Get man armaments and engineering plants, lies on the bank of the Rhine, 24 miles northwest of Colome. The •tty fs imnortant, too, as a river port -ince it has accomodations for large steamers The Dusseldorf and Cologne attack.- were a continuation of the renewed cycle of heavy aerial bombardments begun in daylight yesterday by *:?e formations of U. S. Flying Fortresses and Liberator , HULL LEAVES MOSCOW AFTER CONFERENCE Count, Farm Bure.™ lo Hold Meeting; Moscow Rus-ia UNS) The Soviet The Henry County Farm Bureau will hold its annual meeting next Monday radio announced today that U S. Sec- evening, November 8, in the dining rotary of State Cordell Hull and Brill-h room of the M- mo i • church Mi Foreign Secretary Anthon-. Eden left Harry Bryson, state organiza ion rim- -    ^    — Moscow Wednesday for home after con- tor. will be 'iv pecker of the evening.    JOHN    WILSON rill 4(,RH MINTS ll NHAM! VI - A LY an d- igm I lo gi * the Bn- Four n. ions to consult < ach other regaiding ;:t itical action, but do not define or p dge specific action The hope ex-p serf is that Britain. Russia, China rn d the United States will act in con-c t. but ail they pledge is consultation f< cooperation before acting. I r example, they agreed against post-v r military occupations of other si '.es, but added 'except for the purple es envisaged in this declaration and a: er joint consultation ” 3ut the purposes of the declaration ate basically the four freedoms and an et.ort to secure law and order on that    _ fc sis. .-o each of th* nations obviously London «INS)- Dispatches sa.d to-could find plenty of legitimate reasons day that at the conclusion of forth-to oc uDy the territory of their neigh- coming conferences with authorities in bors.    Cairo, Turkey may enter the war on In eff» • then, all they securely the side of the United Nation- pledged is to do it 'only alter consul - j    -.....—...... - -.................................. tat ion ’* Russia could notify us she wa-1 occupying G*-imany cr Poland and consult with us about it. but her freedom of action would not seem to be impaired by the language of the agreement.    a Member® f the Cr .Tee Pct c.ub mr*] with Mrs. Gl'-n Hoffman W inesday _ evening far their regular rn et'ng which is .‘pent s Tally. Mrs. Rene Clifton was a gue-t. pumpkin pie with) whipped cream an ; coffee were served.1 U.S. Fliers Sink 3 Jap Destroyers KiJJTht .Merchantmen troved; h7 Jap Downed Also Des-I’lanes loci City. la—Two perrons were bilic ’ and a third was in lured sertous-ly W dm lay afternoon w'hen the ruck in wh.h they were riding was struck by an intrTurban railway car at the edge of North Liberty, ei^ht miles north af hr re. Johnson County Sheriff Preston Ko-er icier: ifit 1 tire dead as Lev Meka, 26. North Liberty, and Anna Stereo 26. Kau as City . Kan., elusion of the Mttonc war conferences. The annual election oi county offi-Enroute to London, Eden is expected cern, the adoption o! coutrr. re so. J ions to stop in Cairo    to confer    with    Turkish    and entertammen*. furnished    by    local official ,    talent will    provide the program    for    the ____ balance of    the evening. 1 The festivities will start with a bas- TURKEY    MAY    ENTER    WAR    ket dinner    at seven oclock. Bouthwe-t Pdcil.c Allied Headquar- lasters (Thursday—Allied airmen in their in Crit a1 condition a Mercy ires-.seventh raid in less than a month on pita! was William Meka. brother of Menu.' :    of    the    Tuesday    Twelve    j    Japans key New Britain fortress of Leo Meka. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB •WITH UNITED NATIONS ICKES SAYS STRIKE club were tnt. . ‘a lied at a -dessert Raboul have sunk three destroyers and bridge af the horn- of Mrs. J/hn Wii-, eight merchant vessels. son Tuesday even r.%. Prizes for high1 a communique said 91,000 tons of cere .n the caid games played dur- J enemy shipping h id been destroyed mg fh*- evening fete won. by Mrs. * Fifty thousand tons were sunk outright J tin Mathews and Mrs. Everett Jar |3nfj af least 44.000 tons was damaged. ms. Mrs. Mildred Nelson an-1 Miss jn addition, the blazing guns of Al-CUTS COAL OUTPUT B t nudine Panther were guest--. I lied warplanes downed 67 Japanese i planes GERMANS WITHDRAW IN ITALY Algiers—A master stroke bv British and American t oops of the Fifth army in .smashing the German lines at Mas-cico Ridge and the Croce Heights paid full dividends today when the entire enemy right w ing was forced to sacrifice prepared defense positions for improvised mountain l.nes much farther back. Authentic evidence from the Massico to the broken line anchor of his sister-in Matese chair, revealed to advancing Allied troops that German skill and ingenuity had been devoted for at least six weeks to the building and manning cf perhaps the most formidable defense system below Rome. It was cracked in five days of light-, ning assaults against both German (I • I rn-* a* I flank anchors in gains of from 5 to 8 jrrid I raetice miles in depth Panthers Resume Mt. Pleasant high school Panthers JapS Admit LOSS of after a two day rest this week, resumed Washington (INS)—Secretary of the NORTH SIDE MOTHERS TODAY’S MARKETS THIS IS THE THEME running intermittently through all the agreement-. The core of the system now. accepted for the war and armistice periods and presumably to be the basis j of action after the war is over. ■‘A general international organniza-, tion” is mentioned a- a desirable post- j I II IC AGO LIVESTOCK Chicago. LE i INS1—HOGS, 22,000. • including IIjOOG direct. Market steady t to IO cents ioaer. Top $14.30. Sow., I steed? to strong. I CATTLE. 7,500 light yearlings steady, others weak w-ith instances IO cents lower. Top $1635. Heifers steady with most offerings 13.50 to 13.75. Cows weak to 25 cents ! lower and bulls and vealer>. stead I SHEEP, 10.000 including 5,000 direct; Interior Ickes declared today that the - coal strike has deprived us of 40 mil-• lion tons of coal and perhaps another '5 imlions more before production is , resumed. ! Ickes said “both sides ate satisfied” with the new agreement which provides for an increase of 37’.• cents for miners and an addition cf 15 minutes working • time a day. “Both sides are satisfied calves 800. Choice »"<» th' "liners are now drifting oacK to work. The cloud is beginning to lift.” MEET WITH .MRS. HAZEN i The North Side Moth rs club met at I Tho h'tne of Mr- Harry Hazen Wed * mayday af terne on. Assistant hostesses j were Mrs. L. P Diemer. Mrs. El ziibeth Ewart and Mrs. Maurice Crowl. The program opened with devotions by Mrs. Emma Hill. Mrs W.lliam Mc- Claran reviewed Cie book, “What Mrs Ra^he’ ation fc>rou8ht- consolidation of U. S „. , ,    H    ,    ,    practice    Wednesday    night.    Because    of Eighteen other planes were destroyed *    v    55 the long period between the New Lon- Warships In Solomons on the ground or at water anchorages. We lost 19. No.them Solomons (INS)—A ^orce den game and the final game of the American cruisers met and overcame This brought the total bag of planes seas Washington here on Armistice a superlor naval force wlth a    0l afternoon, Coach Ekstrand gave the one cruiser and two destroyers, “radio boys a chance to rest up. They are Tokyo” openly admitted today and back with lots of pep and working in later reports indicated that losses may destroyed or rendered unfit for flying since Oct. 12 to approximately 600 at Rabaul alone. Direct hits were scored on two cruiser- and two tankers in the Rabaul raid. The vital Bougainviie invasion oper- America Means to Me." NOW MINE OPERATORS KEEP MINES CLOSED Ice cream, cake and coffee, were -etved by the h i e-scs du'in? the so-|tIcops elal period. GU -ts were Mrs. Wdl i Laughlin. M s Lester Dc k r, Mis. William McClaran ani Missies Rachel and Olive Gass. positions in the Empress Augusta bay area. Marine units killed 135 enemy earnest for the final game. In a Little Panthers game this week the locals lost, 9 to 6, to Fairfield. The local lads show promise and will be watched with interest the next few years. be even greater . .    .    market .strong to 5 cents higher. Best war nucleus, but “at a practical dare j    ^ ^ $H00 and on the pnnciple o    s    Saleable    estimates    for Thursday: eqUallty    ,    .    .    'cattle 7.50C; hogs 8,000; sheep 5.000. On ii, face, this does not pledge a} league of nations with an international LOC AL HOG MARKET (Krey station) army, at least not to the extent of I Market IO to 20c lower. Top $13 53. superseding the nationalist sovereign- ^ 160 to 180 lbs., $12 80 to $13.20, 190 to tics of Russia. United States, et a1. It > 3f0 lbs., $13.30 to $13.50; packing sows coes promise “consolation” again after)$13OO to $13.20. getting “a system of general .-ecurity. j but only that.    » Nothing Is said about handling Ger-j .any after the war. or the perplexing , : ifciems of Poland, the Baltic states, i inland. Czechoslovakia,    Rumania, ;,ulgaria. France, or the lowlands. Toj ...e this means Russia will hold the I major hand, particularly in eastern JurofK*. She can no doubt be expected to realize her claims for territorial con- MOTHERS CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. CLIFTON LOCAL MARKETS Eggs—39c Sweet Cream—52c. No. I cream—51c. No. 2 cream—50c. Heavy Hens—21c. Leghorn Hens—19c Heavy ,-prings 23c Leghorn springs—-20c Cox—16c. Des Moino. la. <INS)--Iowa mine operators revealed today that they were keening their mines idle and appealing to federal officials lor an upward revision of coal nric’e ceilings. George Heaps, Jr. .of Iowa coal opes atcrs association discussed that a telegiam was sent last night to solid , fuels administrator, Harold Ickes, ann Will Gass. In connection with the dele Chester Bowles at the Office of vet ions. Mrs. Melvin Talbott sang “The : Price Administration. Heaps said a Anchor of My Soul. ’ ! preliminary survey last night brought An interesting review of the book; estimates that the new wage increases “Three Times I Bow' by Karl Glick under the Lewis-Ickes agreement will was given by Mr.-. Leo Flickenger. bring cost advances reaching Lorn 50    t-me    was    spent    in    sewing    for    the cents to $1 a ton in Iowa mines.    Red    Cross. ! The Association executive said that Refreshments were served by the “to my knowledge not one single Union committee, Mrs. ( hLon, Mrs. Leo Coi-mine in Iowa bs operating today.” lins. Mrs. L. C. Miltenfcerger and Mis } (At Albia Vice-president D. J. Crowe L N. Traxler At south Pacific Allied headquarter.. Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr., said, “Our total casualties are about 50 dead and 200 wounded.” To the north of Bougainville, navy air units spotted two enemy cargo vessels in the Buka passage and set them afire. ARMISTICE SUNDAY TO BE OBSERVED AT THE METHODIST CHURCH American Cruisers Drive Off Jap Force Allied Headquarters in the Southwest Pacific (INS) — American cruisers and destroyers on Tuesday drove off a tic ( ilia of at least 12 vessels at the entrance to Empress Augusta bay, new Amebean bridgehead in the Solomons, an official communique disclosed today. Rjecognit en will be given to Arm >-tice Sunday at the First MethcT s" U. S. Subs Sink ---- of united Mine Workers said mes-    - rd in accordance with announced jya, ,ly are vague, and even the lope ex.    orderlna    ,hf    miners    i0    work    went    PHI    DEI    T IM EDGES ANI) mbition- That is what she got at,pressed in.the text has somewhat dis-    .    ,    .    •    ,    t    • ht f m 11    I lllajlj /a.wj in    *    ,    .    direct    to local unions last night iioin pt ircTC CVITCDT A TMrrx loacow.    turbing connotations In view of what Wi|ghl ton> D c ,,nd that pre.llm. GI bb I N EN I EK I Al.NEI) The only thing promised Germany japan so recently has done to us before    mta(,re    appeare(1 at all or nearis '    '    '    " s atrocity trials for specific brutalities, this war in amassing superior secret • ,owa nit5 readv ,or WDrk tWs vhich means the Russians will also get (armaments we did not suspect. Th< Ea.-t Side Mothers club met with] Japanese aircraft attempting to n- church At the mcrmng worship hour. Ten More Jap Ships Mrs. Rene    Clifton    Tuesday    afternoon.i terfere with the landing operations at    10:45. the Hcnor Roll, including cig’ I y j    The destruction of IO mere Japanese Thlrt -one    members    and    several    child-j Bougainville had no more success than    five names of the men and women of    vessels bv long-range U. S. submarines ren were present.    I    earlier in attempting to disrupt the in-    church serving in the armed forces    in the Pacific was announced today by The devotions were presented    by    Mrs. I vasion. The communique said 21 fight-    will be read Following the reading, j    the Navy ! ers and one bomber had been shot    congregation if ll standing, will i    At the same time the Navy andean.    * ngage in silent p:ayer fir a few mo-    nounced that    a    lone    American recon- Capture    by U. S. marines of Bangigai,    ments and then sing “God Bless Oir!    naissance plane    attacked    and sank    a former big Japanese barge depot, on    Service Men," to the tune “God B :"s    1,000-ton enemy freighter near Ocean the south central coast of ChoLseul is-    America ’ Special cards have been ^    i land 220 miles west of the Gilbert land in the northern Solomons uas dis-    st>iu tfJ parents, wives, and o bet i    islands in the south Pacific. Closed. Choiseul .southeast of Bougain-    close relatives cf these whose names    Among the vessels sunk by sufcmar- ville, was    invaded last Thursday.    a^! 0r cn rlie Rnl1- (“vdng them to ___________ attend this recognition sei'vice. D \ DTITiniM QI TIT FII en    Rosa" a Hicks Rczsa wi I sing an ap- I AK 111IUIN dull rlLLU    propria'e solo, “Am ricti My Own” bv ■    IN DISTRICT COURT    Cain. Tim mimster cf the church, __Rev. George G. Hunt, will pre a Ii the A partition suit was filed in the Dis- sermon.    “WI;al    Makes Ame-’ea trict. court today asking for the parti- Great?” i morning I heir hands exclusively on the cut-, What is needed for security far more .hroats among Nazi officers and try (than disarmament is international in-    MfmFPN BFQinFNfF hem under their own laws (so will’spection of armaments to prevent such I WU WUUlKdI KLjlULlitL ther powers, but the crimes mount1 secret arming as Germany, Russia and nighest in Russia). Nothing is prom-,japan were enabled to accomplish be-about handling Hitler, Goering. fore and during this war. tion of property locate I in Mt. Pleasant and in Des Moines county. The plaintiff is Zellah May Anderson and the defendants. Helen Irene Hazen, Dale Harry Hazen and Lou;, e Hulda Hazen. PROPERTIES ARE SOLD sed and the other Nazi crimes are general. officials whose The Phi De It Mothers club elite.-t aired the pledges at a guest dinner at th? J. N. Hillman home Im Eon h Jefferson siree Wednesday evening. Fifty W'ere present. Tho he tosses all smiles, receiving ani serving, gave pharm to the I dutiful spacious? h one. Sterna cf the s n? t were pre ent ar. some are far away, pretend of other, °n Tuesday evening at the R FATHER DIES IN DES MOINES ines were me patrol craft, two tankers, six freighters and one cargo transport. Three other Japanese supply ships were damaged by the Yank subs. These actions reported by the Navy against Japanese shipoing were in addition to the heavy blows struck by Allied ail men against enemv vessels in Rataul airport where 15 Nipponese raft w'ere reported sunk and others a ma god. FAMILY GATHERING AT R. S. GALER HOME C G. McKinley was called to Des Moines Sunday bv th? de* Ti of h!s father. Mr Hammon McKin’ey, which occurred at 7 50 a. rn. CONFERRING AND Funeral service was bel.:’, at Lem. But the world state is out of consid- Announcement is made cf Ute salt put memories were pre ent of other j °n Tuesday evening at the R S It>wa Tuesday afterno " M s M -eration, also, apparently, one world, of the Withrow residence property, 401 ^5    Galer home, a dinner of Iowa’s famous KinVv wp.,.t to ljF<m for thfl funr.Hl unless divided politically on the bads    East Washington street.’tv Mrs. W. S.    Mr. Fred Be k of F.mmon .    chapter ; frie‘H chicken was served by Mrs. Rex    __________ COOPERA-1 cf interests.    £0 is the quart of    milk a    Withrow of Pasadena, Calif., to Mr.    counselor, gave an instructive    talk. ; Cartel of Hillsboro in honor of the ■HON    also    are    promised    to    regulate day.    and Mrs. H w. Garrison OI Mt. Fleas-    A baEinr,s meeting was brid *,th I visiting Galer cousin... There were AUXILIARY WANTS BEADS post-war    Armaments    “as far    as prac-1 This, plus    the genuine tone    of the    ant. Mr. Garrison is in charge (tf the    Mrs. E. D. Rus- ll. presider,    of the present around the table Mr. and Mrs    _ doable.” Presumably, this would allow documents as far as they go, no doubt    Krey station at the local stock yards,    dub.    in charge    At this    time    pi    lls,    Frank Ralston, their    daughter Grace    7 e fiw m L gion aux Ii? y • us to keen our prospective 5 to I navy ‘ accounts for the varied and enthusi-    The Garrisons purchased this fine resi-    were    made for a    rummage    ra’e    to    be    and grandson Jay. all    recently cl Seal    ^rdirg cut a ca’! for beads. BcM.- over Britain in the post-war (unless it'astic rejoicing at Mr. Hull’s accomplish-    dence for a heme and get possession    Le Id    in the near    future. Contributions    Harbor, Me., Mrs. Queen Allen of Des    0f every odor ani decor ip on. Th conferring) and ourjment. Few suspected he would be able    in the spring.    were    requested.    Moines, Mr. and Mrs.    Ben Galer and    t a{js will be strung ani sent to th W. S. Walters has purchased the G. The next meeting will b? at the fia- daughter Dorothea cf this city and the fcovs over ens. who in turn will ri ’e is scaled dcwn b” unrivaled aircraft production potential-I to. get even these beginnings of agree- Russia. also could keep her super-    ment. No    visitor    to Moscow did be-    B. Jericho residence property,    701 East    ternity noire. Dec. I. Krates es at    hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Carte:    cf    them to the natives for    fro    who- which no one suspected was    fore.    Monroe street, now occupied    by Mr. at Im* WU be Mrs. N. P. Wit mer.    Hillsboro and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Galer    they land on the islands.    The    bear’ suueri0r until Stalingrad.    NOTE—The remaining points of the and Mrs. Garrison. Mr. Waite s :    Mrs.    J.    E.    Vandagriff    ani    Mrs.    Anna    The Ralston family left Wednesday for may be left at Paul OC timer's Foo ; The prospects of disarmament neces-    agreements    will be    analyzed tomorrow,    purchasing this property for    a home.    Hemming*.    their new home on the Pacific clast    market. tty ier army. Red Army Crashes Ahead Near Black Sea Moscow', Russia .INS) — The Red army was today within 18 mUes of the Black sea harbor of Kherson and had marbled into tile Dnieper delta within '( miles cf the liver mouth in a fan-bh-'ped drive which recaptured 80 more small villages and towns. Other Soviet forces inside the Dniep-:r bend of Dnepropetrovsk had captured seven important town*> in a drive toward Torroyg, Apostolovo and Niko-co!. v cr 3,500 officers and men were killed and “vast quantities of material” were e.ther captured or destroyed aud any a ,Dr.| ts we e taken in the fighting in the Black sea sector close Due, rvpetrovsk.

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