The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 13, 1944 · Page 22
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January 13, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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MASO: I Thunfey, Jtn. IS, IM4 N CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE U. S, REPLACES LOST BOMBERS Flyers Back From Big " Battle Say "We Won" L*Ddon, {£")--New American bombers were already- on the run- ways'Thursday to replace the 59 lost in Tuesday's spectacular raid · on central Germany, and flyers ·who took part in the great 3-hour battle were eager to get on with the-campaign against'the nazis.. · "We. have plenty 'of replace-' mente--we can take a whole .lot more'in war losses than we suffered Tuesday," an 8th airiorce Bpokesman said, " - . ' · . . · As the Americans' losses were balanced against more .than 100 riazi craft .shot down and the destruction dropped on 3 centers of nazi airplane production, the returned airmen summed up the flaming 3-hour- battle against swarms of nazi rocket fighters and rocket ground-guns in these znatter-bf-fact words: -"We-won, didn't\we?".; - : ; ; Almost 48 hours after the struggles "5 : miles in the' sky, some crews were still "streaming back o their home bases from emergency landings due to battle dam- ige Official -interrogations - w e r e ion tinuing arid were expected to ncrease the claim made in the ifficial communique that more han 100 nazi planes were knocked rom the packs of rocket-firing nazi fighters that attacked the great armada. (Thursday's German communi- que was silent on the air battle, hus letting stand the German high command's claim of 136 U. S. 'lanes downed, including 124 lombers. . (There was speculation in the United States that Tuesday's' operation mlfht have been the 8th iir force's first 'under the command of Maj. Gen. James B. Doolittle. There has been no official announcement of DoolitUe's arrival in Enfland, althonch he said eoodbye last week in Italy to his 'ornier command, the 15th- air r orce). As for replacements, new Arrter- can planes.and crews have been arriving in England daily in such stream that in some instances it las been a temporary problem where to house and feed them. COLDS' COUGHS AND MUSCULAR ACHES f iaca for medication help to thousand*-When colds' coughing wears you doTra, irritAtea you,- and your chest muscles ·dw.getPenetro. Hub it on throat, cheat aiidback.* 'Penet^o is the alve^ with mod- era medicatioa'io' a bue containing old- nmttqajBuet. And- remember medicated miittbii auet was Grandma's atandby; Penetro worlfs.two ways: (1) lasde, medicated vapors get into nose mod throat pasucm. Their warming comfort soothes irritated nasal membranes. (2) Outside, Penetro acts like a comfort- iac plaster to stimulate' circulation, right where rubbed on. Clean, white,-£tain- less^-alwaj^ pleasant to use. Sac-- double ·imply 35c. For -real relief of these eoids'. miseries^ be sure to -get Penetro. Ralph Knutson Head of Verity Lodge 250 .Clear Lake^Ralph Knutson: was nstalled . worshipful '.. master ol Verity lodge No. 250, A. F.'anc A. M., at the January session a Masonic Tewiple Wednesday evening. C. C. Branson was installing officer and Arthur Johnson -installing marshal · Dr. K. R. Rogers was installet senior warden and Howard J.'Nye junior warden. Harry S. Nye Is secretary and R. J. Galloway treasurer. , Appointive officers' include the Rev. Verne A. Spindell as chap lain, Robert, Hayden, senior dea con,' Harold Miller, junior deacon H.' G. Jensen .'senior steward, I B. Kennedy- junior steward, anc C. C. Hanseh.-tyler. ' Refreshtpents were sen'ed a the close. The next meeting ' ' ' ' " -' · CHIC--LIsette Verea displays a . tiny ; white hat patriotically striped in diagonal red- and blue, .veiled in blue. With it she wears a- gray wool tailleur , and unite crepe blouse. Mrs. Naylof's Rites at Lake;Horhe Clear Lake-- Funeral : services 'or Mrs. 'Myra -Nayldr, .86; who died at her. home, 604 SI 4th street early Monday- after, a short illness, were held 'at' Ward's funera home : Thursday ".afternoon. ·· Rev. Thomas. B., Collins/ Methodis pastor, conducted the .ntes am burial was. invClear. LaKe xeme- tery. . . ; ' .-''".,, -^ Pallbearers were Herbert · Nel son, Anton .Jef son', Anton Peter sen, p^rry Bailey, '-Harry Huntley and Beri : Skadeland. Mrs. Henr j Curyo .-·· and · Mrs. Skadeland ar ranged the flowers. 1 V . · ··.».- · .- \ · . ,' .'Mrs. :R. A. Mpnagnen; accompa nied at the piano -by Mrs. Harr Mason, -'sang "Rock oC Ages" an "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere:", He_latives ifom a distance a1 tending the rites were a daughter Mrs. Annie Skad eUnd, and f am ily, liirabee; MisTM' Alma Curyo Des Moines, 'and Max Curvo, Min rieapolis, Minn., · " The 4 Phases Wasbincton.'. (U.PJ -- The United states has gone through the first phases of the;war--"Prepared- iess," "defensive war" and "ag- ressive deployment"--and now is mbarking on the 4th and final hase, "offensive war," President loosevelt said Thursday. And they 11 add up to a potential cost of 397,000,000,000. Mr. Roosevelt in his budget message ' to : congress - outlined - the ihajses this ; way: . 1; "Preparedness"--From .the all of France in July, 1940, until 'earl Harbor; cost, approximately 14,000,000,000. 2. "Defensive War"--From December, 1941, until October, 1942; 'ost, approximately .$42,000,000,100. ' · . . , . 3. "Aggressive Deployment" -beginning with the invasions 'of liadalcanal and north'Africa and asting through 1943; cost, approximately $97,000,000,000. 4. '''Offensive War"--On which ,he nation no\v .is .starting; estimated 'cost through June, [ 1945, $138,500,000,000. Those figures represent actual expenditures, 'and a'dd'up to' $291,500,000,000 (B). In addition, by the end of the fiscal year. 1945,',under the new budget, 'there will be available' $105,000,000,000 of authorized but unexpended funds, bringing the total war authorizations and expenditures to $397,000,000,000. ; lowan Is Crushed Beneath Piledriver Sibley, (3 1 )--Leonard Julius, 35, Sibley, was injured fatally near In wood, when he was caught beneath a piledriver as J some new posts ,were being placed, in a bridge construction job. The body was crushed severely. Julius, who made his home with his brother, Claus Julius, of Sibley, was released from the army last September. Surviving are his, widow, sisters and 4 brothers. OVERCOATS Right now--during this zero weather, we are offering a large group of 100% all wool men's overcoats at a 20 % savings. Stop in tomorrow, choose "· an overcoat you can depend on to keep/you warm now and for many more winters a^ead. All new models, single or double breasted, in tweeds, browhs, tans, greens irk colors. JUST ARRIVED A large shipment of Men's All Leather Jackets and Bays' All Wool Fingertip Coats. ALL SIZES. Extended Payments May Be Arranged MIER WOLF SONS Discount ONE HALF price EASY TERMS Your Choice 150 ONE HALF price SHOP at Northern Iowa's Largest Store in MASON CITY Large Group Dressmaker--Classic and Sport Style ONE-THIRD less FORMALS -- and -WEDDING GOWNS HALF price SKIRTS and SWEATERS One-Fourth WOLFS BAG and Hat Sets BUY NOW! Fur ·.--. . ·«, · Trimmed \, ONE THIRD Every Wanted Style Extra Trade- in allowance on Fur Coats I Snow-Suits Entire Stock ONE-FOURTH less Purchased During Our January Clearance MIER WOLF SONS I s?'*' « 3 /·

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