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January 20, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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hwcfey. Ian. I«, 1*44 7 ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE I.S.INDIANS [TALKING JAPS Skilled Tribesmen Break Through Defenses Advanced Allied Headquarters, Jew Guinea, (IP)--Knife-wielding American Indians of 20 tribes, lacked by such modern compo- lerits of war as tanks and bomb- ng planes, are stalking Japanese n the tropical jungles of New Jritain. Proud of iheir ability to thread through dense growth, these Jailed tribesmen of Arizona and lew Mexico ended a stalemate Sunday at invaded Arawe on the outhwest coast by breaking through main enemy defenses to Vuch depth that field guns were Captured. Gen. D o u g l a s MacArthur's jieadquarters reported the success Wednesday. ' Each equipped with 'several knives as well as pistol and rifle, nese Indians, forming part of he : 158th regiment of "bushmas- brs," penetrated 1,000 yards prpugh enemy lines while the pjjanese still were groggy from n/87-ton air bombardment. (Pilots of liberators and Mit- pells, striking so close to the irierican lines they had to be uided by a ground smoke screen i 'distinguishing positions, said lie? bombing was the most con- FOR HUBBY--Screen Actress Shelley Winter sent this pinup of herself to her husband, Lt. M. P. Mayer, in Africa. entrated one he Jungles. yet unleashed in Cape Merkus and on past the unserviceable airstrip. But the Japanese later regained these 2 -points. Last week Tokyo radio even falsely claimed a great victory at Arawe. Countering this, American mtl- J The "bushmasters," whose abil- ly to transmit secret communica- lons in tribal tongues should Iroye baffling to the Nipponese, (·ere sent to Panama during the arly -days of the war to become he; first American troops trained |i jungle tactics. ] Last April, they left the Canal jme and on June 30 first appeared i the southwest Pacific war zone. Inopposed; they occupied Kiri- rina island in the Tr obi and group Jf 'the southeastern tip of New tuinea. It was from there they Jioved in to reinforce the Texas lismuontcd cavalrymen w h o Ipened the invasion of New Bri- in at Arawe last Dec. 15. The Texans had quickly swept |atrpls beyond Umtingalu village, miles up the east coast from RUML OFFERS 9 POINT PROGRAM Postwar Fiscal War Plan Is Proposed Washington, (/P)--A 9-p o i n t postwar fiscal policy--calling for reduced taxes, a balanced budget and a planned program of public works--was advanced Wednesday by Beardsley Ruml, New York merchant-banker and author of the pay-as-you-go tax plan. Ruml formerly lived at Cedar Hapids, Iowa. He submitted it lo the house committee on public buildings and grounds, now studying postwar planning, with the preface that if it "makes sense, there are no constitutional or technical reasons" why it can not be adopted now. His program: 1. No public spending for its own sake and no projects merely because they support purchasing power in general. "Let us base our budget estimates on.the efficient and economical carrying out of worthwhile activities to accomplish our national purposes." 2. Lower tax rates "to the point where they will balance the budget at an agreed level of high employment. Taxes should be reduced where they will do the most good in-creating demand and in encouraging private enterprise." 3. Then stabilize taxes "except as there are major changes in national policy. When employment goes beyond an agreed level, or if, with high employment, we Acre Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here is a pleasant way to overcome loose plalc discomfort. FASTEBTH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper Imd' lower plates holds them firmer so that, they feel more comfortable. No fcummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling, it's : alkal*ne (non-acid). Does not sour. [Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). pet'TASTEETH today at any drug store. itary leaders said there had been no Japanese attack in lorce but that the enemy's main position were known and "we can fight there any time we want it." Sunday the "bushmasters" wanted it. The attack was directed by Brig. Gen. Julian Cunningham. The advance moved the American lines pack to within 1,000 yards of Umtingalu village and rendered easier the dispersal of supplies and troops. The invading Tcxans now man beach positions in the sector. On northeastern New Guinea, up the coast beyond invasion- menaced Madang, supply dumps and anti-aircraft . positions at Hansa Bay were attacked with 120 tons of explosives by liberators and Mitchells, escorted by thunderbolts. Other liberators flying 600 miles northwest of Darwin, Australia, set fire to a 9,000-ton enemy cargo vessel at the former Dutch naval base at Ambon on the island of Amboina. Hayfietd -- The Teachers association held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Margaret Barrett at Forest - City Monday evening. A TRIBUTE TO THE have a boom in prices, let us hold the surplus or use it to reduce the national debt, not as an excuse for further tax reduction." 4. Retention of the principle of progressive income taxes and estate taxes "as the best way of reversing the tendency of purchasing power to come to rest. Let us reduce the' rates on the /fidividual income tax to stimulate consumption and to make possible investment in new enterprise on a business basis." 5. A planned public works program "not to balance the whole economy, but to help toward stabilizil ' " dustry." 6. "Let us neutralize the social security programs as far as their fiscal influences are concerned. Since their beginning they have been highly deflationary; for old age security, let us set our rates and benefits so that they come somewhere near balancing; and for unemployment insurance, let us set our rates so that intake and outgo balance at high levels of employment." 7. Retain "important excise taxes" for the time being "and get rid of the rest." 8. "Let us arrange our lending abroad, whether for stabilization, relief or long-time reconstruction, so that it will support rather than contradict fiscal policies adopted to strengthen o u r ' domestic economy." 9. Reorganization of the parts of the federal government that' have to do with fiscal policy and administration. "We want clarity in policy, consistency in administration and co-operation between the executive and legislative branches." Ruml told the committee that during the transition period after the war. the 9-point program 'would provide a flow of purchasing demand, which springs authentically from the tens of millions whose tax burdens will have been reduced." "It will," he said, "express in a mosaic aggregate the popular interpretation of the American way of life as pictured in consumer preferences. Against this background, the readjustments ot employment and the .reconversion of business and industry can more readily occur." /VT the beginning of a new year we pay tribute to **· those loyal citizens who serve behind the retail counters of America. Shortages, complications of rationing, the fact that many of their number are in the armed services, make their job today more difficult than ever. Despite all of this the retail selling job has its high rewards! Good rqtail salespeople like their work! They like to meet and Serve people! They take pride in eacli sale well made! And they know that on the home front they support the war effort by helping to maintain our high standard of living. Try to imagine, for a moment, how your family's daily needs--food, clothing and household supplies--· could be taken care of if all ( the retail salespeople were suddenly spirited away! * * * During 1944 we will do our best to make pleasant and profitable the work of the people who meet and greet you in Penney stores. Not only that, but as a genuine community service we shali put into their hands, for you, the maximum of value and quality that war conditioni allow. YOU CAN ALWAYS DIMND ON To Reach All Families in Polio Drive Io\va Falls -- Floyd Klippcl of Iowa Falls, campaign chairman for Hardin county for the infantile paralysis foundation, announced that every family in the county is to be contacted by letter within a few days with a recjuest for a contribution to be used in the fight against infantile paralysis. Mrs. F. N. Cole of Iowa Falls has been named chairman of the women's division of the committee. She announced the following chairmen for towns in the county: Mrs. L. W. Schalk, Alden; airs. Henry Thielke, Ackley: Mrs. C. E. Barnes, Union; Miss Mary Kennedy, Eldora; Mrs. Maurice Cook, New Providence; Airs. n. C. Gerlach, Hubbard: Mrs. O. E. Rorem, Radcliffe; Mrs. Leonard Auestad, Garden City; Mrs. D. D. Walker. Buckeye: Mrs. Frank Thompson, Whitten, and Mrs. George Pot- getcr, Steamboat Rock. Through the town chairmen the women's clubs will be asked to co-operate in raising funds. Last year the residents of Hardin county contributed about ?I,000, and those in charge hope the amount will be larger this year. GETS QUICK AID Kansas City, Mo., ttl.R--The stage was all set for an accident when Mrs. Louise P. Bartlett slipped and broke her right ankle recently. She fell in front of a doctor's home. The physician saw the accident and went out to offer his help. A private ambulance was passing by, so the driver stopped to assist. A police car was parked half a block away. The police officer was summoned, and he aided the doctor in applying the splint. The ambulance then look the patient to a hospital. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globc-Gazcltc e»rrler boy. AT Can Always Count on Value! Lasting, Budg*t Prietd FOR ALL THE FAMILY SHEER, LONG-WEARING LISLE For enduring loveliness extra mileage wear this 51 gauge lull fashioned Si .19 lisle 'round the clock A EXTRA LONG RAYON HOSE 34 .to 36" long. Full fashioned -- reinforced heels and toes. Most popular shades 81' Rayon--Cotton TWIST MESH A flattering, yet truly serviceable stocking for day-long wear! Full fash- $1.10 ioned for slim, trim fit! * BARELEG HOSIERY 45° .Popular circular knit rayon sheers with sturdily reinforced cotton heel and toe for extra mileage. Handsome costume- complementing colors. In Bathroom-Brightening Colors! HY is Penney's (he first thought of careful shoppers, in wartime as W in peace i Because Penney's offers q u a l i t . faction and long wear at the lowest possible prices. That all adds up to" value, and finding value--getting yourjfult money's worth--is more important than ever today! You Con Alwayt Dfptnd on Pennty't TERRY HAND .TOWELS every The kind of towels household needs! Closely spaced loops cover a firm underweave to give you long service and lasting ab- sorbencv! PURE LINEN UNBLEACHED TOWELING 5 yds. Si for ... J .49 Children's Cotton ANKLETS 'HardWearingmercerizedcotlon socks,' ribbed or plain with cuS tops. White, colors. 8 to Men's ARMORFOOT- SOCKS Rayon or cotton in stripes, solids, clocks!'Slacks length for sports. Regular length for dress. ALL WOOL SINGLE BLANKETS no- 90 Solid colors with matching rayon satin binding. 72x84. ·Re j. U.S. I«t. Off.. TOWN-CLAD SUITS Try on a Town-Clad tomorrow A BIG Investment in and discover what EXTRA value you can gel for only 29.75 {yes, that little for fine all wool worsteds!) And, they're not only built to endure, but they're styled to stay "at the top of the heap" for life! O. P. A. Release of Women's SHOES Sport or Dress Styles Pair White Uniforms $|.98 Tersely tailored styles that you'll wear for an efficient look at home or for professional use. Of fine quality cotton linene in a simple, well-fitting coat style that takes lo easy laundering. Action-cut, too, ior comfort with, set-in waistband, short sleeves, roomy pockets. 12 to 20 and 38 to 44. Men's Coat Style ALL WOOL SWEATERS Navy -- Brown -- OxCord Sixes 88 lo '16. Men's Warm OUTING PAJAMAS Winter Weight MEN'S COTTON UNIONS 3-1.10 $-1.29 1 to 1 50% Wool Unions ........ S3. 98 Men's Striped MOLESKIN WORK PANTS Sb.es 30 lo 42 in. So.l!) waisl .............. " Sanforized grey Si .3!) covert pants ............ 1. Men's Blue Chambray WORK SHIRTS C Sturdy Warmth Without Weight! MEN'S PILE LINED COAT 79 C Bright stripes and plaids. All sizes. Heavy weight poplin or Jeans shirts. Sizes $ | .29 14'/i to 17 ............. 1 Fine quality combed cotton shell is Zclan processed for water-resistancy! The deep pile lining and collar are 100% wool with cotton back for rugged warmth with lightweight comfort. Sizes 36 to 48. · BOYS' SIZES 14.75 Action Cut for Harfly Wear · Boys' Cotton JIMMIES 98V1 49 Sturdy fabrics of gabardines, twills, whipcord and hopsacking. Sizes 2 to 8 yrs. BOYS' CREW SOCKS pair Bright colorful stripes. Sizes 8 lo JO 1 ,-',. CAPE LEATHER JACKETS Tailored to precision in the popular Cossack style! Action back, 3 roomy pockets! Lined with rayon! SQ.8S 25" long! «f JANUARY CLEARANCE V Entire Stock of Women's Winter Coats You will find all types of coats in this large selection. There are woolen tweeds, fleeces, cavalry twills, fur trimmed cloth coats, also Chesterfields and many others, in dressy fitted or casual boxy styles. A fine selection of 'colors -- tans, browns, blues, navy and black, in a wide range of sizes from 1 0 to 44. Don't wait! Come now and make your selection. Drastically Reduced Prices! $ 1Q. $ |Q. 2 Only Dyed Coney Fur Coats Size 12. Now Only

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