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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - September 4, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVAMO RATION STAMPS Sugar ll - Through October 31 Gasoline No. 7 Expires Sept. 21 Fuel OII 5 - - Until Sept. 30
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THE MT PLEASANT NEWS
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VOL. LXXI, No. 208 SATURDAY. SEPT. I, UM.! MT. PLEASANT. IOWA
With County Men And Women InThe Service
A-S I bar Irs Robert Gregg has been das if led as bombardier a the Army Aviation Cadet Center at San Antonio, Texas, and will be ent to Ellington Field n< ti Houston. TV xas, lor training Three former Iowa Wesleyan student' are together at Sari Antonio cia 'n fie i ion con < William Murdock, I)aiG Grove i d Robert Gregg.
They’ll Do It Every Time
Case In The Countv
Name Committees For Bond Drive
Mention Made of The Lack of Resistance
MES PPO (J DER OF THAT, THAM IF HE KNEW 7 DEFERENT LANGUAGES - HE CAN’T E^/EN SPEAK ENGLISH y
LIL HASN’T GOTT IT TOUGH ENOUGH-THAT LUG HAS TO PULL * DOUBLETALK ON her ^ IN RUSH HOUR VET-V LOCKJAW HE / SHOULD GET! J—
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ILL CURE THE PEST ILL GIVE HMA DISH OF JUST WHAT HE ORDERED AND MAKE HIM EAT IT* O.K.,LIU-COMIN’ UP J .
Waller ( ox. 57 Years Old Near Salem Stricken
WHEN HE AIN T DOING that he!s GIVING SOME OLD GUY A HOT FOOT-
Army Goes Forward With Lit tie OppositionNote of Caution Among Delegates
.Midwestern Republicans Less Extreme On World Plan
Hull Appoints Director For Italy
Allied Teadquartcrs in the Southwest Pacific — (INS)— The much battered enemy ba > at Wewak, New Guinea, staggered today under its latest bombing by allied air men who sank three Japanese vessels bringing reenforce-me.’.ts and left two oilier craft burning wrecks. In a dei aerate effort to stem the allies, the Japs put up their barrage balloons. In addition they sent 35 fighter planes against the raiders and lost probably 25 of these interceptors.
Berlin Bombings Total 8 Million Pounds
London, England <INS>— Informed circles in London today discredited the current crop of rumors that American troops have landed in .southern France and other forces had landed in Sardinia.
GOVERNOR COMMENTS ON GOP CONFERENCE
London. England —<INSi—A lively artillery duel began today as big gun-on each side of the English channel opened fire.
Though it was no* immediately determined what the purposes were, it was believed the British guns were engaging enemy ships in the channel.
Street Surfacing Work Advances
London, England JNS)—The Rome radio in a broadcast today said that Italy was willing to accept any just peace.Suffers Burns, Cuts in Canning Explosion
Mrs. Floyd Nelson Injured I ri day Afternoon
Mrs. Hoyd Nelson suffered burns and cuts in a canning explosion at the Net* | son home on North Main street Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Nelson was canning corn in the oven of an electric stove when an explo sion occurred that threw glass and hot water over the room. Piecu of the glass were driven into the ct ding by the force of the blast.
She was cut by piece.- of glas.-> and suffered burns. She was taken to the Memorial hospital.
Mr. Nelson, who was traveling and wfas at Anamosa alter having been home earlier in the week, did not know of the accident until he arrived home this afternoon.
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