The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa on January 30, 1946 · 4
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The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa · 4

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PAGE FOUR THE DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1916 Pictorial Review of National and World News of the Day - , h 1 k-Mf --r yMMl A ? i '. : -5 v 1 v , r ,c ' J I V W AH?. Jpfe' ' ft WY.vrr i kcv.s ( filing ox ALI, H()l'Si:S Wilson Wyatt. national housinir expediter, tells house bankins; rommittec that legislation should be adopted to put prire ceilings on all houses, old as well as new. He also suggested price controls on building lots in cities. (AP Wire photo). High Speed WIREPHOTO! TESTIFIES DEATH MARCH' WAS I'N NECESSARY Major Aehille Tisdale (above), of n,ieaBo, who was a prisoner of the Japanese after TODAY'S NEWSPHOT0S Fla. (AP Wirephoto) ouuuii nil, ii'mii it-ii ill Hit: iiiai in i.i. tirii, .tiasaiuiru lmmiiij ill Manila, I. I., Jan. 21 that the infamous "death march" was unnecessary as the Americans had plenty of available transportation. Major Tisdale holds diary he kept while prisoner of Japs, (AP Wirephoto). BILL DICKEY IN CIVVIES Bill Dickey (left), of Little Rock, Ark., discharged from the navy Jan. 15, buys a box of candy in the lobby of his hotel in New York. The former New Y ork Yankees' catcher said he hoped to regain his former spot and would leave Feb. 23 for spring training at St. Petersburg, TODAY in Your DAILY TIMES. PRINCIPALS IN FIVE PESO ($2.50) KIDNAPING Mr and Mrs Ambrosio Go (top), hold their 13-months- old baby, Rafaelita, after she was returned to their San Fernando, Luzon, P. I., home Jan. 25. The child was taken from her crib and sold for five pesos to a Manila fruit vendor. Below Lt. Fhilip S. Howe of New York City questions Eliza Pineda, 15, who was apprehended in the case, but released after a Manila magistrate ruled the crime was committed outside his jurisdiction. (AP Wirephoto). it S," 1 'trr'iJ W w-f 1 V ' ' ' ,X, f T : 1 I - - III W - I ' . fcrvrrvrrr w 'HMjajn r-Tlrwihilhttiaf Ji gtmrnfiiiiL'im-m f 4 T LEWIS AND GREEN GET TOGETHER AGAIN After 10 years separation, William Green (left), head of the AFL, and John L. Lewis, of the CMW, meet across the breakfast table upon Lewis' return to the federation in Miami, Fla. (AP Wirephoto). MARGARET O'BRIEN TAKES ADMIRAL NIMITZ IN TOW Tiny Margaret O'Brien of Hollywood fame, leads Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz to his table at the Roosevelt birthday dinner in Washington, attended by notables and movie stars who are in the capital to take part in the President Roosevelt birthday ball activities. (AP Wirephoto). V i . . l r" k , - 1 " i ST V. I A TIDBIT lOR ALEXIS Van Johnson (left), offers a shrimp to Actress Alexis Smith during a reception at Washington. D. C, in honor of movie stars who arrived in the capital to participate in the lloosrvrlt birthday ball celebrations to benefit the Infantile Paralvsis fund. (AP Wirephoto). In the Armed Services WX1 T-4 Hassel T-4 Robert J. llassel, son of Mr and Mrs James F. Hassel, 226 South Hazelwood avenue, who re turned to civilian life over two months ago after serving in the China - Burma - India theater of; operations, h a s: rDnnil'arl r ii4i..i tion for meritorious service against the enemy. The citation carries the Bronze Star medal which Hassel received from the war department. He is employed by the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. Marvin G. Denny, former Davenport resident and son of Mr and Mrs Carl Williamson, 503 South Elsie avenue, was recently discharged from the navy at Shoe-ma k e r, Calif., and is now residing at Vallejo. Calif. Denny, who was employed at the Rock Island arsenal before entering the navy July 11, 1944, is now employed at M. Denny Mare island, near San Francisco. While in service he served aboard a transport for a year. Promotion of Albert O. Behnke of Davenport to the rank of captain was announced this week by Headquarters, Air Technical Service Command. Capt. Behnke is now serving in the engineering services laboratory of the electronic subdivision, as liaison officer between the ATSC and the Vacuum Tube Development committee in New York. A native of Davenport, Capt. Behnke was graduated from the high school there in 1927. In 1932 he received his bachelor of science degree from the University of Iowa, where he was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa society. Before entering the service, he was employed as an electrical engineer by the U. S. army corps of engineers. Capt. and Mrs Behnke and their son reside at 1955 Victoria avenue, in Dayton, O. The Air Technical Service Command is responsible for the (7 HMlK -"''Sfei; JiHMW Li- E. II. Rogers engineering, procurement, maintenance and supply of all airplanes and equipment used by the army air forces throughout the world. Coxswain Eugene H. Rogers, son of Mrs Iva Rogers, 3123 Homestead avenue, has arrived home from the South Pacific where he has served on the aircraft carrier Bon Homme Richard for the past 23 months. He entered the service in March 1943, received his training at Great Lakes. Before entering the service he was employed by the Davenport Besler Corp. His wife and two sons reside at 639 East Thirty-ninth street. Ted Doolin, electrician mate, second class, son of Mrs Laura Doolin, 1034 West Fourth street, has been dis- navy auer jieai-K ly four years of service. Following h i s boot training at Farragut, I d a., Doolin entered a training school in St. Louis, Mo. In April, 1943 he was assigned to the U. S. S. PCS No. 1452 and Ted Doolin served overseas until his recent discharge at Shoemaker, Calif. While serving on board this ship, he participated in the campaigns of Saipan-Tinian, Marianas islands, Iwo Jima, Volcano islands, Okinawa, Ryukyu islands and in the occupation of Japan, Aomori, Honshu and Hokkaido. He wears the American theater, Asiatic-Pacific and Philippine liberation ribbons. Katherine J. Bauwens, aviation machinist's mate, second class, 916 East Sixteenth street, Davenport, has been discharged, after service in the navy, at the personnel separation center in San Diego, Calif. A. R. Lucas, 828 Tremont avenue, Davenport, served aboard the USS LST 595 during a part of her Pacific war cruise. The ship recently was turned h II over to a Japanese crew for relocation of Jap civilians and ex-soldiers scattered on invaded islands, alter she had been stripped and decommissioned in Japanese home waters. Previously, the landing ship participated in the invasions of Cebu and Borneo. Ralph E. Schneiden, aviation ordnanceman first class, 385 South Thornwood avenue, has been discharged, after honorable service in the navy at the personnel separation center in Jacksonville, Fla. House Votes to Put Employment Service Back With the States WASHINGTON, D. C. (AP) A decisive defeat in the house jolted President Truman's hopes today for continued federal control of the United States Employment Service a top item on his program. The house rejected the president's proposal by a vote of 263 to 113 yesterday and directed that USES be returned to the states not later than June 30. The legislation went to the senate which has gone on record in previous unsuccessful measures as favoring restoration of the agency to the states. Ft. Des Moines Sites To Be Used as Homes WASHINGTON, D. C (UP) The city of Des Moines, Drake university and other public agencies today were assured of use of certain buildings at Fort Des Moines for emergency housing purposes. The war department announced late yesterday that Fort Des Moines will be inactivated Feb. 15 and its suitable buildings be made available to veterans and their families. Clare Luce to Quit House WASHINGTON (AP) Representative Clare Boothe Luce (R.-Conn.), announced today she would not be a candidate for reelection to the house next fall. There has been considerable speculation here and in Connecticut that she would be a candidate for the U. S. senate this year, but she did not state her future plans. & i ! i I hif 1 1 ! zh R & ' ; -vi n itVirf I ft r? . v ..... ..i.sti-.Wjt t.-...: v a . JAP SOLDIER DEMONSTRATES HOW DOOLITTLE FLIERS DIED Japanese Warrant Officer May-ama (no further identification) kneels at Shanghai's First cemetery grounds, and demonstrates how three Doolittle fliers had their hands tied to crosses and then were shot in the head after their plane crashed on the China coast. Watching are Lt. Col. John II. Hendren of St, Louis, Mo., and Capt. R. T. Dwyer (right) of Rochester, N. Y. (AP Wirephoto). fct:'---.rV;..! 1 : V.'x j ' V ' " vi " , -5- k, - "X?y I - ,, .,1.1,.,,,, M ' i - A I !. , 1 DISCHARGED Sgt. John G. Agar, Shirley Temple's husband. is here photographed during his KIDS GET CITATION Nelson Rockefeller, New York chairman of discharge processing at Fort the victory clothing collection, awards a citation to children of P.S. 21, Douglas, Utah. He expected to be on Mott street, New Y'ork, for their record in bringing in donations a civilian by nightfall. (AP Wire-for the drive. . photo). A 4 i 1 I ' Jrt-rfl Kt-J vfrvf "T-lf,r f lu 'V fr u ' . ' :' - ' t - v - v, Pirwf' i" - - ' LVT, ' y ' -' " r x y . ' 4" , jl r i t-mrtt-Hw tin! NEW NAVY DESTROYER Against a backdrop of lower Manhattan skyscrapers, the USS William M. Wood steams from its "birthplace" the federal shipyard at Ft. Newark, N. J.

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