The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 24, 1944 · Page 11
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February 24, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1944
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Thursday, Feb. 24, 1941 17 MASOV crer GLOBE-GAZETTE U. S. Farmers Find English Do Good Job . tour of Britain, Had a complimentary word for the job bein 6 1 ' fj iT ir c j u u ueinii n*?t e ·'., J 16 ' 1 ' En g l ish counterparts aided by American lend lease farm machinery. ... ,? , saw our machinery out in « S J^ftnr. h °z Oscar Helme, of Marcus' Iowa lack ofp »achineryTbTMt b he« difficulties of «ar, the British farmer has in creased food production. TWs hU largely been done through intro auction of American raachiierj °~ Robert O. Howard, of Slier burne, N. Y., said he though American,-, especially small OI partv member O f the prcss conference that h, ? Jprcss conference out ' ^They're.human too," he said CLARION SAILOR IS COMMENDED Displays Courage on , American Merchantman St^t Moines - W-George Albert Stupka, gunner's mate 2nd class in the navy and son of Albert M. Stupka of Clarion, has been commended by the chief of naval personnel for outstanding courage displayed as a member of an armed guard unit aboard an American merchantman, the naw announced here Thursday. Stupka's commendation said: v 1 !i? e ^°* ts . ° f t h e ex Perience reveal that m addition to viciously repeated enemy submarine attacks, the ship and the areas about her were persistently and relentlessly bombed from the air day after day. for several successive weeks. Yet, despite (he extraordinary demands which the unrelieved tension imposed upon their alertness and stamina, the men of the navy gun crew never relaxed their vigilance and, al- thougn often obstructed by poor visibility, countered with tremendous barrages of deadly fire blazing forth from all guns so accurately that one plane was forced, smoking and severely damaged, into a headlong flight from the scene, while another catapulted to its complete destruc- ion. Because of the armed "uard unit's fortitude and unselfish dis- ·egard for their own safety, the 'essel was enabled to deliver her ·ital cargoes at their predetermined destinations." ' HAVE TO USE KANSAS. NEBRASKA SEED Kansas and Nebraska alfalfa ES tl aftP - n , V, be WJSe to Postpone pur- 11 ? usehold goods now un- war if now un- adv- 0 T- ar P os sible, ad- Io va Si f D n' 6thy Sinfihons of lowa State college. To avoid purchase now means that more of certain nenr or? m^( -- :-,_ ... . 100 AIRPORTS IN IOWA PROPOSED Construction Engineer for CAA Gives Talk Des Moines, M)--«it' appears a " "SJ out n -i ° , -- pears witho "t an airpon ^ n ,, inla »J 6wn wifh- ad ' R fil ' the civn ' f y ' You "g « i»e civil aeronaut cs admin'stra ton told , he IoW a Engine?.^ 1 £ it lea,? 1"jf gestin S consiruction.of 1 ^ ' ' ^r^itfTM**? «. !"an * static, freedom from interference of other stationsTM, he r , band ' elimination o m e n t ' n remarl!al lc improvement in tone quality. C. 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