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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1945 SWIMMERS TRY TOM NAVY Japs Ferry Explosives irijLingayen Gulf Abiard Vice Admiral Thomas C. KinkiU's Flagship, Lingayen Gulf, (jp)_Japan'£ air force in the Philippines has been dashed, its navy beaten, so Wednesday night the enemr called out his swimming team.- The waters of lingayen gulf are still crowded with the greatest Pacific; invasion convoy--fully 2,500,000 tons of U. S. combat and assault shipping--manned by more than 50,000 sailors. * Against this force, 12 little Japanese swimmers ferrying explosives paddled 'into tbe transport area. They' were found in the morning still floating around, some of them shoving boxes containing: TNT. They attempted to duck under them when detected. Two were picked np and when taken into a small boat tried to blow it np with hand grenades. Others were shot in the water as they re r fisted capture. Commenting on the Japanese trick, Vice Adm., Thomas C. Kinkaid, commander of the Luzon task force, said: "We are not im- i pressed." ) Japanese were up to some other ! small-time tricks in this big-time ( war. Three small boats were raid- » ing parties, carrying explosives, stole into the area at the Lingayen \ beach and attacked several ships. ! Damage was negligible and more costly to the raiders themselves than to their floating target. Security watches, however, on all ships have been ordered to be · on the lookout for floating con- tact mines, one-man torpedoes and midget submarines. The-natives' canoes have been forbidden to approach U. S. ships, regardless o£ how innocent they may appear. In fact the only Japanese opposition to American landing operations Wednesday night came from these bomb carrying Japanese. While the attack was co-ordinated, Vice Adm. Daniel B. Barbey, 7th amphibious force commander, described it as "more odd than effective." The Japanese approached American shipping in slow boats or swimming, with their beads hidden under boxes. They used handmade torpedoes, tiny bombs and even hand grenades Some of the torpedoes were made out of oil cans filled with explosives which the Japanese pushed ahead of them at the end of a long pole. Most of the Japanese were blown up with their bombs. Two Japanese swimmers .attempted to sink a destroyer by tying some grenades onto the fantail. Regarding this attempt Admiral Barbey said: "A swimming man just can't carry enough explosives to do much more than blow himself up." Heavy ground swells and rough surf have been more of a menace to unloading operations than what little the enemy has been able to do. However, 50,000 tons of guns, tanks, munitions, heavy engineering and equipment of all types were put ashore the first day. IOWA'S NEW GOVERNOR--Here's Gov. Robert D. Blue before the microphone at the speaker's desk in the house chamber where he Thursday afternoon delivered his inaugural address to the 51st Iowa general assembly gathered in joint sessions. (IDPA photo) Piles !0w!! --But He SMILES, Now Be wise as he was. Use same formula, used by doctor* adjunctively at noted Thornton Minor Clinic. Scrprisiner QUICK palliative relief of pain. Itch, soreness. Heljis soften and tends to shrink swelling. Get tube Thornton Minor's Rectal Ointment--or Thornton SUnor Bectal Suppositories. If not delighted -with this DOCTORS' way, low cost is refunded. At all drat stores everywhere--In Maso City, ftt Ford Hopkins and Osco Bray Decline Is Shown in Stocks of Iowa Com Des Moines, (SP)--Despite a record Iowa corn crop in 1944, the Jan. 1 estimate of farm stocks released Wednesday by Leslie M. Carl, federal crop statistician, showed a drop to 455,993,000 bushels, 79 per cent of the 1944 crop. The Jan. 1, 1944 figure of 463,463,000 bushels was 81 per cent of the 1943 crop. "The drop in stocks this year, despite smaller feeding operations, can be accounted for partly by the fact that stocks from preceding crops were largely depleted during the extreme shortage of feed before tile new crop was harvested last fall," Carl said. LUMSDEN DIES ON U.S. SHIP British General Killed in Jap Attack London, (JP)-- The British war office announced Thursday that Lt. Gen. Sir Herbert Lumsden had been killed by -a Japanese air attack Jan. 6 while aboard an American warship in the Pacific. Lumsden, appointed by Prime Minister Churchill as his special representative to Gen. Douglas MacArthur's headquarters in November, 1943, presumably was killed during the invasion of Luzon island in. the Philippines whei Japanese planes heavily attacke the American convoy. Lumsden formerly was a corp Come Help Yourself to these January Bargains ommander in the British ·my in Africa. The announcement said: "The war office announces with leep regret the death in action of ~.t. Gen. Sir Herbert Lumsden, D. S. O., MC., who was killed by enemy air action Jan. 6 while on the bridge of one of the U. S. warships engaged in the Pacific. 'In a · message to the prime minister Geii. MacArthur, under whom Gen. Lumsden was serving, says: . " 'It is superfluous for me to speak of the complete courage which this officer so frequently displayed in my immediate presence during the operations in this theater during the last year. His general service and usefulness to the allied cause was beyond praise and his loss has caused deepest sorrow through all ranks. My own personal sorrow is inexpressible.'" Lumsden was 48 years old. He commanded the 12th Royal Lancers which won fame for rearguard fighting during the retreat to Dunkirk. Advertising Used to Aid War Effort On Half Of This Fine Clothing Stock! It's a case of our having: more than; we need--LATE'deliveries from the manufacturers give you a break--We want to reduce before we take Inventory --r Anticipate yonr needs-Then SAVE and Buy WAR BONDS. Fine AU Wool Top \ $27.50 values __$23.855$35.00 values __§29.85 Coats and Overcoats!§30.00 values ..-.$24.95{$37.50 values _$31.95 166 99 Fine All Wool MEN'S SUITS jvalues to §27.50, §17.85}values to $35.00, $29.85 lvalues to $32.50, §29.85lvalues to $40.00, $33.95 125 112 Fine {values to $11.85, $ 9.905values to $15.95, §13.«5 BOY'S SUITS lvalues to $12.95, $10.45lvalues to $19.95, $16.45 Pair BOY'S I values to $2.98 DRESS PANTS I values to $3.98 42.39 \values to $4.50 ___$3.89 _$3.29 lvalues to $5.00 $3.98 One Large Group All lvalues to $ 9.50, $ 8.29!values to $12.50, $10.85 WOOL MACKTNAWS lvalues to $12.50, $10.88!values to $14.50, $12.45 One Group . Sizes BOY'S MACKINAWS 8 to 16 Values up to §8.45 On Sale at ______- *6.98 Two Groups -- Reversible Boy's Finger-Tip COATS Browns, 0ne grO up values to $11.95, _$ 9.90 Tfs One group values to §14.95, __$11.88 Boy's All Wool SNOW SUITS . Sizes 7-8-9-10 Values to $15.95 Now 9 Boy's LEATHER JACKETS Sizes Values to $10.95, now 8 to 16 Values to §12.50, now _$8.98 _§9.98 ONE GROUP BOY'S $5.45 values, PLAID FLANNEL SHIRTS Now MEN'S SHOES REDUCED " One Group Values to §6.50 One Group Values to §5.50 _$4.99 __§3.98 MEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATERS REDUCED §5.00 Values, Now .-- *3.98 NEW ARRIVALS IN SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE JUST ARRIVED Men's Oversoes -Size 8 to 10 ALL WOOL Boy's Overshoes Size 3 to 6 FLANNEL SHIRTS NEW LEATHER JACKETS-SHEEP LINED COATS OUR FIRST AIM IS TO PLEASE 2nd DOOR EAST OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK Advertising in suport of the war effort in U. S. daily and Sunday newspapers amounted to $2,164,372 in September and $36,507,142 in the 1st 9 'months of 1944,:according to the latest nationai'ie- port just released by the Bureai of Advertising, A. N. P. A. Basec on figures compiled by the Advertising Checking Bureau, Inc., the report covers war effort support in daily -and Sunday newspaper advertising columns only. It does not take into account the huge volume of news and editorial space devoted to the war effort in daily and Sunday newspapers, nor does it include the large amount of advertising, news and editorial material supporting the war effort in the nation's weekly newspapers. " Thirty-six different projects, including miscellaneous, w e r e supported by advertising in daily and Sunday newspapers in September. War bonds topped the list with $540,182 worth of space, or 25 per pent of the total, and the national war fund took 2nd place with $215,476, or 10 per cent. Waste Paper salvage c a m e 3rd with $201,631, or 9.3 per cent, with armed forces recruiting (paid for by advertisers or donated by newspapers) in 4th position with $142,425, or 6.6 per cent of the month's total. War bonds headed 41 different projects, including miscellaneous, for the 1st 9'months of 1944 with an expenditure of $16,719,378, or 45.8 per cent of the grand total. Red Cross was in 2nd place with $2,918,286, or 8 per cent, and Waste Paper salvage ran 3rd with $2,339,020, or 6.4 per cent of the grand total. "Don't Telephone' took 4th place on the cumulative list with $1,893,224, or 5.2 per cen of the 9 months' total. No breakdown of war bond advertising as to its sponsorship by local or national advertisers, or as to whether it was paid or donated is available. But of the remaining $1,624,190 spent in September for war-effort advertising (exclusive of $540,182 of war bond advertising), $1,436,482 was paid advertising and · $187,708 ^donated by newspapers. Of the $1,436,482 of paid advertising, $675,038 was by national advertisers, $671,444 by local advertisers, and $90,000 by the government (for recruiting purposes). For the 1st 9 months oJ 1944, the $19,787,764 devoted to war-effort advertising in daily and Sunday newspapers (exclusive of $16,719,378 war bond advertising) was broken down as follp-ws: $17,790,549 was paid advertising, and $1,897,215 donated by newspapers. Of the paid advertising, $9,229,086 was by national advertisers, $6,790,044 by local advertisers, and $1,771,419 by the government (all for various recruiting purposes). Rockwell-^Ierry Cahill, Jack Bamrick and Harold Scholl left for Fort Snelling, Minn., for examination for the service. Fertile--Mr. and Mrs. Emil Iverson and Mrs. Elma Iverson all of Kiester, Minn., and Mrs. Al G. Gaskill visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purcell. Rockwell--Mrs. Harry Fatland left for Slater to visit relatives. D A M O N ' S SPECIAL GROUP COTTON DRESSES Vz PRICE Values to $8.95. Better choose one of these line dresses today from this special reduced group. . . HAND LOTION Regular 39c value. Buy several at this price. DAMONS Downstairs Store NYLON, COTTON AND RAYON HOSIERY A real buy in hosiery is here in this special close 7 A ** out group. Select several pair now. I' t V 100% SPUN NYLON HOSIERY Comes in neutral shades. Another fine bargain you 7 A I* don't want to miss. I TFv EXTRA LONG SPUN RAYON HOSIERY For those who need Extra Long sizes, this is your " 7 A I* special buy. I *t W 23c HAND LOTION Regular 25c value. Another real bargain. COTTON and L1SLES. Values to $1.65. Choice 64c 17e CHILDREN'S SAILOR SUITS Regular $3.98 Values. Sizes 3 to 8. Select one o£ these now at this price o£ 1.99 COATS, SIZES 7 to 1 6 . . . . . . . . . HALF PRICE SNO-SUITS, SIZES 3 to 6 HALF PRICE LEGGING SETS, 4 to 11 HALF PRICE CLEARANCE ON HATS 29c HIND'S FACIAL CREAM LOTION 75c value. One of your favorite brands. WATERPROOF PINAFORES Regular $1.49 Values. CHILDREN'S WEAR . . . Second Floor 99c LADIES' JACKETS Fancy plaids, part wool and all wool. Values to $9.95. LADIES' SKIRTS Plains and plaids. A real buy. Farmer values to $7.95. 49c HALF PRICE HALF PRICE JEWELRY A special group of odds and ends in Earrings, pins, necklaces and wooden beads. Choose yours now. HALF PRICE DAMONS . . . Street Floor BELL SOAP $1.00 value. You will like this dainty soap. 64c 3-PC. VANITY SETS AND SCARFS Regular $1.00 Value. Better select one of these now. · Comes in for many good uses. 15x43 inch SCARFS to MATCH. Regular $1.25 Value. MEN'S LEATHERETTE JACKETS Values to $21.95. This is really and truly a swell buy. Better get yours now at MEN'S TIE AND HANKIE SETS Regular $1.00 Values. You can use several of these. MEN'S SWEATERS Values to $3.49. An item that comes in handy for work and play these days. Choose one now. HALF PRICE SPECIAL GROUP OF BUTTONS 3c per card In new easy carrying case. A regular 59c value. CRYSTAL TRIPLE SERVER Regular $1.00 value. Better get one ol these now. 64c D A M O N ' S THE STORE YOUR CONFIDENCE HAS BUILT TIDY HOUSE PRODUCTS Painted Surface Clean er, Window Cleaner, Silver Polish.

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