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\ OL. I.NXI. No. 2ft‘>'I I ES DAY, NOV. 16, 19 ISI
MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
Red I Army Moves Nearer P dish Border
by Paul Mali/in hg*
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Program Arranged For Brotherhood
They’ll Do It Every Time - - -
WASHING!* \ -STOCK HARKE!
ever par-end prospei bel cf that the count economic jc
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has been weeping As proclaims a new ountry is In for a heavy when w ar product ion
Calkins Will Speak at Dinner tor Methodist Men
.ng L hind this is J;*no I*. haps too technical, like a .ality which obscures a I*.very inlier report sug-
The Pr-t fall in ‘ding of the M tho-cis? Brotherhood w.!l be held on Wednesday ev nin? in the dining room of the church Dinner will b‘- served- bv th'* November circle of the Woman’s ociety af 6:30.
Th1*1 pr gram foil wing the dinner will c nit os cr up -in >.im m>- a1 solos bv M ' Helen S mon Wesh-yan senior, and en addre bs Rev R.oui Calkins
She spent about
IO BUC*<5,80 POINTS AND PK E MOU RS IN the kitchen, fixing A DINNER FOR THE belchers
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Comp-. an in-had Tel:- .ss that me army anting unr* asot.able tractors. Unbelu-v-ounds, $7 000,000,000 i a1; cady (due ma ip. signs in tanks, etch, ors I rob The Baruch *d him
stor of the Trinity Method K'*okuk. Chester Morgan the B 'herhocd will pr< are R* * Calkins ha - chest n for th** sub-ct cf hts address: “Wax or Human?" a graduate of Simps n olieg: se H ton Ur.ivf*!*'re School of gy In 1932 He and R-v O'* urge paster of the Fir? Method) t h. wei '* rn Bu-ton university at ame lime, graduating Just ore- year I Lo' ; oar Ro\ Ca'kir wa ? dim cf the State Sundae School na lion He came a the state to the Henry County Church convention .a.-? month He is chairman of tin C nferenc** Relations cr mnu?>» or.*- of ’he mo:-* important committees cf the Iowa-Des Mclne Annual confer* ne** His reputation as an enthusiastic and interesting speaker ha made him popular in the areas where he has served a* minister
>wung the program around the the floor will b'* cleared and room facilities made available ? group There will be ping shuffle board and table games.
leader Sch* ol
Teacher Testifies In Murder ( ase
Hammerer (toss-Examined Trial of Stanley Kastro
Inflict Bitr Losses On The Enemy
SO AFTER THEY ATE EVERYTHING BUT THE DiN'NG-ROOM RUG
Waverly, la. (INS)—A. R. Kammer-er, Waverly junior high school teacher, was being cross-examined by the defense counsel after identifying Stanley
Kastro. 35, as the man he saw in a car that drove away from the scene of the slaving cf utilities guard, Glyen Win-I chell the night of September 25. Kam-mer.er, apparently the key witness in the state’s attempt to link Kastro definitely with me slaying, had pointed to the defendant in the courtroom yesterday afternoon and said 1‘That’s the guy."
It was Hammerer who had furnished Soviet column officers the license number of the auto- enemy line to
Gains On All §ectprs Of Russian Battlefront
M stew, Russia (INS?—Tse advancing Red Army today pouvea huge forces through the gap in the Nazi lines west cf Zhitomir I nil cling “enormous losses en the enemy'’ and reaching a point within eighty mile; of the pre-wrar Polish frontier.
In the vicinity cf Kaganovich one smashed through the
point within twenty
which led to Raster’s arrest af- miles of the important junction of (Drier woodland manhunts near Janesville ruck, intersection cf two strategic rail
and later near Ventura, Iowa
Food Arrives For Slate Hosipta!
Iowa Coal Mine Situation Unsettled
Lar«er Mines Idle After Report of Indicated New ( eilin«
Sells for 826,000
throi’.e scan-i aid business rein out of s* adminis:: a-
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exam! j, but has no to offer in ex-
N< V» ll VV i. JI s I El ND tress ,. y .lit v v.ho'esale around the nations to v our <*oods. we w.ll court economic sagier. We did that last time The tv: na: ic md bankers then floated the result of which is evident in cond price quotations today. no less costly to the people Miry does it this time The foreign nations can pay for
The Iowa coal mine situation was crackling again today with a walkout of 175 miners at a Des Moines pit anc i p.»g< of per at.on by larger mine of members of the Appanooose County Coal Operators Associat.on, INS reported
The Cento Ville secretary A M Farber of ’he Appanoose Opcra or; Association said the owners there Interpreted a news item from Washington yesterday as forecasting a ceiling ad-van e of only fifteen to twenty-five cents a ton,
Farber declared that such an advance would not pay increased costs cf operation, and the larger in.lies were was th** idle today Others he predicted would and' close with n a day or so.t In the Appanoose-Wayne a;ea about 1.500 miners are employed.
Meanwhile miners at Central Service No. 6 mine in De5- Moines refused start work today in a dispute about Dark Dawn a ccw from hours and pay under the Lewis-Iekes brought $10,000 after IO agreement
Charles Montgomery of Albia, Iowa, UMW president, was in Des Moines today for a conference with the striking miners.
Stores To Close Thursday Afternoon For Scrap Hunt
Nearly all Mt Pleasant stores will someone has reported it. Maybe no one close Thursday afternoon of ibm week has. Why don't you report it now? in order that owne.s and employees Telephone the Chamber of Commerce may a si I with the cenation of s.rap cffice. 432, and tell where the iron is iron ii. Her. v runty located The committee headed by
Truck will be provided and workers James O'Connor will see that it is on win be assigned to J ne trucks to make the route of the trucks.
lines and located twenty-five mile? north of Ro r os ten.
Farther north, other Russian division, severed the Gomei-Rechitca railway and drew tighter the link cf Soviet steel around Gomel.
(The London Daily Mail in a Glo k-The State holm dispatch said that with capture of
nine miles northeast of were within
Des Moines, Ll .INS)
Board of Control today reported receipt Maryanovka of 36 carloads of canned goods from tile Baranovka the Soviets Fede ai Food Distribution Administra- thirty miles cf the old Perish border
Consignment included six carloads of spinach, five carloads of plums and five cf canned milk.
The Cherokee and Mt. Pleasant state hospitals each will receive a carload of miik while the other three carloads will be divided among the other institutions. The spinach and plums will be divided in about the same manner.
Americans Forced To Yield Ground
Algiers, Af: ca (INS* — The Eighth Army in Italy beat its way forward today in one lector cf the ba'tie front in Italy while American troops were forced co yield one hill In the Mount Croce ■eg oils north of Venafro.
Carnation M vdcap Mein bill, brought tonal blue r.bbon Hclod ay Dairymen ail ? price rec rdt :. re • bull, was sold for
Waukesha, Wi Supreme, a H S26.0T0 at the* na Ste in f ale here th:* is the high*
King Sylvia, a SKC CO' in 1919 The Curtiss Candy company I in cha er of C i mat ion Madcap tile animal will go to the Curtiss farms in L b *r:yv.lle. I I., it was said Carnation Madcap u IS months cid an I wa con urn J by the Carnation Milk farms. Carnation. Wash.
Model Price Ma*, nard, Lr. minutes in the show ring. An average f $3 28 Ai' established after the first 20 head sold.
ciriiecticns in Mf Feasant and on the rural routes. The llads of iron will be brought to the city feca id for weighing and then will be t3Be$ to junk yard.
Meanwhile more slimes cf scrap should be reported by Thursday noon.
Most of the “easy*’ iron is out. per-
o. s .n different parts of the county ri- I)l0S III
port. New it is necessary to hunt, to get that along the ditches and back ; in the field.' along the fence.' Help ! cut by reporting any that you know ‘ of.
Crash On Road By u s-Bombers
London Foe. (INSi-
Perhaps vou know of an old machine. Also, delivery on Thursday of scrap a pile of iron, an old stove. softie heavy iron by owners for sale by them per-par’ of machinery and think surely sonally will be appreciated
DECISION FOR FRICK IN DAVENPORT CASE
Cedar Rapid*. la. < INS*— Merlin Woods. Hampton, la. trucker, was burned to death today when his truck crashed into the rear of another truck and caught fire six miles east of Cedar Rapids.
Des Moines, la, -INS* — The Iowa .'Upreme court today affirmed a lower court decision which pe:milled Edward
to Fr.e!: to be seated as mayor of Daven-
Congress Called 0PA Defers Cut ln Citrus
_ _Ceilings ‘To Move Crops’
De* Moines. la. (INS) — Governor B. -
B Hickenlooper today announced the Washington, D. C. Tile OPA,
first .Iowa aviation congress to discus*- *^ure normal movement of the
London. Enc. (INS*—Naz. dominated Norway was blasted from the air today iy United States heavy bombers in a mounting American aerial campaign to hit the Germans at every vulnerable point in Europe.
Announcement cl the initial American raid en Norway was made from headquarters of the European theater of operations of the U. S.’Army.
The communique did not immed.ately identify the specific targets The attack probably was directed
citrus against German warships and merchant
port, Iowa. following a contest based on postwar aviation plans will be helld in crop’’ pending a revision of the price vessels along the Norwegian coast itv election held j^es Moines on November 26.
i: regularities Ap ii 4. 1942
Invited to attend will be mayors of
regu’ation governing this commodity tonight extended indefinitely the ceil-
A Stockholm dispatch said that the 12,000-ton pocket batleship Letzow hat;
Frick Dolled 53 more votes than his county seat towns. Civil Air Patrol lead- in§s which have been in effect since the teen moved down the coast, presumably
opponent. Fred Wiechenheft. tst.d the e'ecticn
RESALE TAX OFFERED TO NIP LAND PRICE BOOM
It will b if the ties only wav
Ten Reach Their 18th Birthday
NANCL DE MARIGNY
TO GO TO MIAMI
ere. newspaper editors, airport managers. superintendents of .'Choois, presidents of Iowa colleges, secretaries of commercial clubs and chambers of commerce, and oil others interested in aviation
start of the season. They had been in readiness to cover the damaged Tusche Quieti for replacement after today pitz when and if :t-attempts a dash for by lower ceilings, reflecting the sea- the Baltic.
son a I price drop which normally occurs . The American heavyweights struck at this time. I out from England shortly after the re-
------- tu: n of speedy mosquito bom :ers from
wha’ the-, buy Ii . < ma dona
is with goods. money and banks
Wa hington, D. C.—Saying. "We have the makings cf another land boom like th** one after the ;ast w'ar,” Sen. Guy such M. Gillette (D.. Ia.» introduced legisla
te- British and treasury are talking a bout now, are only facilities to carry out the exchange of goods. It does not e ven at road. the heart of the prob-lem which Is the exchange of goods.
lion to prevent "destruct.ve speculation ” Hi* measure, he said, “simply provides for a IO per cent resale transfer tax en the purchase price of farm ]
land when the property has been ac-
Th int; manorial market is really no quir d after the passage of the act and different than when you go into the resold within a year.'1 meat ma.Ret whit a dollar you have The transfer tax would be paid by earned by some service and get some 'the seller, he said, and the power to meat The dollar only is the medium impose the levy would expire two years
cf exchange between your production after the war. Gillette told a reporter
and the butcher’s production. I this was one of two plans he and repre-
Itl SSI \ WANTS TO PAY for her sentatives oi the department of agri-1* ud-li ase not just “a token payment’’, culture and the treasury have been stalin told Donald Nelson, and she work ag on. The other, he said, would wants to buy all kinds of implements o'- "a sorption of the profit on a transom us What can we take from her suction by way of up to IOO per cent
to enable her to pay? lax
If everyone wore a Russian mink
coat and Ute caviar three times a day, PREDICTS OPPOSITION
we could not easily import the billions of dollars of goods to enable Russia to repay. We cannot buy Russian autos
without interfering with our own labor. Pittsburgh, Pa. (INS) — A wave of cr Russian grain in the face of our public opposition to the Wagner-Murray .surplus r:-^ to soria'ize medicine was forecast
We can buy gold from her mines today tv Dr. Donald C. Smelzer, presi-(whi’h she considers worthies.- except dent-elect cf the American Hospital Astor den ti5 try and selling to ysi and thus sociation. The ti I. he declared, “would f u i. date more at Fort Knox, but'that, stifle individual enterprise as applied to too, i obvitotisly not wise economics, hospitals and physicians.
I ik ’ the Naris, she has only a managed--
ctnen v. without gold backing.
Will we try to erect discriminatory tariff laws again, free trade that would
( v pl industry and labor, or a system -
c,‘ managed trade? Norfolk, Va <INS> — The Navy an*
rIh t<:rind alitics, therefore, are real nounced today that- an “estimated six' ami in n rtaht. but the stock market persons were killed, 23 injured and “ex
Ten Henrv county youth* attained the.r eighteenth birthday in O tober and registered with the Selective Service. They are:
Keith Everson Kcngable Robert Eugene O'Connor Crim Elwcli Eigsti Dale Irwin Thornbu g Arthur Jay Canby Scott Key Smith Henry Eugene Osborn Louis Hale White Raymond Gale Scarf!
Lester Mallie Gill
Nassau, Bahamas <INS> — Nanty de Marigny announced today she will leave for Miami. Fla., by plane this afternoon to consult with friends and her mother Lady Fur ice Oak s, re tai ding further plans.
CALLS FOR PROBE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS
WAR BOND ADVERTISING FUND FOR RADIO KILLED
a new night raid in western Germany.
Yanks Hit Robed
Three County Men Classified In I
70 SOCIALIZED MEDICINE
Three Henry county •>;*•»" ’ -v ’•*«' • cia rifted in 1-A under the Se'ec iv* Service and are subject to call for military service in the near adure. They are:
Laverne T. Farmer Harry L Reb: rts Herman L. Ma: tin
GERALDINE McPiKE IS GRANTED DIVORCE
Washington, D. C. (INS*—By a vote
_ of 54 to 21 the Senate killed the pro-
Washington, D C. (INS) - Senator J***11 tcda>r that the government spend Rufus C. Holman. Oregon Republican $>.C00,0„u to advenae (lie .'ale of wa! introduced a resolution today calling for radio stat. tis. The proposa.
a sweeping senate investigation of fed- was m the r°rm of an amendment to eral regulations governing the distr;- ,**e Bankhead bill which would autumn cf meat, poultry, and dairy prod- lhorize $25,000,000 to be spent, in news-
apers to promote war bond sales.
Holman called existing conditions in these markets “chaotic."
SAY POINT RATIONING
FOR MILK LIKELY
SANTA MAY VISIT
• INSi—Point ra-virtuallv
Des Mi:ines, la. (INS*—Santa Claus
Washing ten, D C tiening for milk is under present OPA plans, milk producers warned today as the Senate Ag-ricultural committee continued to
may vis t state employees this year and prcbe into proposals for federal farm .eave alary increases as Christmas subsidies.
presents it was learned today. Gov. B. The warning came from Charles VV
B Hickenlooper confirmed a report that Holman, secretary of the National Co-
another salary adjustment for state em- operative Milk Producers association. L-oyee.' is possible on January I, 1944. -
.e ...id the,, is a .hack bein* made on SLRpR[S£ DINNER
iv.ng costs and salaries.
Glider Towed by Plane
Crashes; 3 In Crew Die
SIX KILLED, 23 HURT
IN AN EXPLOSION
Geraldine McPike was granted a divorce from J W McPike by Judge E O. Newell in district court here Saturday. Cruel and inhuman treatment was charged in the petition.
She was granted custody of a minor an child, Dean Gerald McPike. and the
< em to be discounting them heavily, tensive damage" was done when
\ hi ti tile peace centai, it may take the explosion wrecked a munitions ware- court retamed for future consideration mere optimistic view provided by the house • mestic market situation.
at the Yorktown naval depot 30 miles from Norfolk
mine the matter of -alimony and .support of the minor child
A RAIDING FORCE of more then 2 ' planes sank three Jap ships : I
damaged twelve others in the ti r-cest of a series of attacks cm tee Nipponese base at Rabatil. lh v Britain. One cruiser and I wo < -strayers were sent to the bol'. » Simpson Harbor. Eighty e Th * -emy planes were destroyed dot I tho raid; sixty-four when they attacked the U. S Naval mri; to ? •taking part in the battle, a ! twenty-tour o\ er heav ilv-do. md d Babaul. (Internal anal \
FOR BYRON MILLERS
A group cf relatives enjoyed a surprise cooperative dinner at the Cpl. and Mrs. Byron Miller apartment at the corner of Main and 34 in New London Sunday.
Byron Us enjoying a three weeks furlough with his wife and other relatives.
Deed; recorded at the courthouse re-oently include the following: lr vin Jerrel and w.le to Thomas C. Raines and wife, property at White and Clay streets. Mt. Pleasant. Consideration is given at $2,300.
Stark J. Doan and ethers to Katherine W. Smith, croperty en South Jefferson street, Mt. Pleasant.
Mary Jane Gtirissinger to W. Lloyd Chrissinger, interest in Winfie’d prop-certain I erty and Scott town hip tann.
George A. Windus and wife to Henr Ericson, property in Grove Park subdivision in southwest Md Pleasant C. E. Christner and wife ic Louse Kauffman, 25 acres ai Jefferson township. Consideration is given as $530.
Milo Guv Bice and wife to Mace! Menke, property en Linn street. Mt. Pleasant. Consideration is gi.en ao $600.
George Butke to E. W. Dusenberry and Isel Holley. New London property
Lawrenceville, iii—The three man lev. cf an army glider was iri-lecl yes- lough with his wife and other relatives, Kankakee 111 ENS*—A full invest!-r .I-. v. hen the craft crashed IO miles after having spent the past ten months gallon was ordered today into the death scut Ii r. e t cf Olney, LL, the George with the army in central Alaska. of a patient at Manteno state hospital in
t i;-’ public relations office announced These present to enjoy the occasion Kankakee after the patient allegedly b;. . Th: glider vias being towed were Mr. and Mrs. Ora Miller and Mar- was beaten brutally by ar Attendant v 2c J-ilia, Mo., to Bowman Field, uaret. Mr and Mrs. Paul Anderson and The investigation was ordered by wr.e: lei the lope attaching it to daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Anderson, Welfare Director Rodney H Brandon its tow plane broke or whether the all cf the New London vicinity, Mr. and following arrest of Sam Mayberry, 53 ere ic cit it. se, possibly after trouble, Mrs Walter Anderson and Barbara on a manslaughter charge recuring de-.e.c;.eJ was no: known. Name. of Jean and Mrs. Anna Van Tuyl cf Mt. from the death Sundae of Thomas ti . t c ii Tit cfh;ere and . a? en.rite Fbasant and Mrs. Margaret Lutes and Burele, 5-. year old pat cut at the hospital. . Le rd were announced. \ iol.i of Fairfield. tai Loin Chicago.