The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 17, 1945 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 17, 1945
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, IMS ALLOCATE SHIPS FOR FRENCH USE Will Make Import by French Possible London, (fl)_The United States *aa Bntain have-agreed to-allocate a number of ships to the French government between now and April to help meet France's import requirements, the British xpreign office announced Wednesday. · Under present arrangements the M* vrill h a v e u * ' I · r*-* M *-*-*+ O-L 4. ougeiu cms, ~Z *^"S" twiu have ·· use. of the allotted ships only until.April. 1. the announcement said,, adding that "it is hoped that Jt.wiU prove pos- «ble to make ships available for subsequent months.'' "It is expected that it will be possible to make similar arrangements for imports into other, liberated countries as soon as circumstances permit," the foreign -piiice said., J-.. 1 * was said that as far as possible French .ships now in the allied pool would be used. The number to go into the French im- SSL'J^-.SSL 1 * ·**!«* to Here *** There HwHelcl--Mrs. R. M. Hutson and Mrs. Anna Hickok went to Washington Saturday for a short visit at the home of their son and brother; Orville E. Hickok, and family. · Pljra»nth--Pfc. Earl Hugi, who who spent a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hugi, and sister, Mrs. Clarene Fundling returned to his base in Middletown, Pa. . ,K»ke--5opeh house was held at ·» «7 the Fred Havnen home Sunday to honor Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hav- '"""'" nen _on their silver wedding anni- . Weiley--Lt. Ruth Richter, R. N., in .the army air corps at Sioux KallR. s ,T%aI»- * T r»r* 3 * _ _ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE S - Dak - ec o -Uiterr necessity," the announce- 011 tor r e e for French use was after Jean Monnet, a representative of the De government, conferred »· and asked . . Monnet had sufficient ships to months o£ this year of the United ° v have indorsed necessary^tructlonstc respective -agencies so that v - - v s e « Parents, the John-Riehters. She is expecting an overseas call soon · Manly--Mrs. W. S. Ford, who has been confined to her bed for more than 2 weeks, is getting along nicely. A daughter, Mrs Le! land_Pinta of Des Moines, came flmesf m °ther during her aJJ^Sf-T" 11 TM- Frank Raymond and children are staying at the hr me * John Fankel! with her brother, Everette FankeU, while her husband and brother-in-law, George Raymond of Nora Sprines are spending a few. months at Prescott, Ariz.. Mr. and Mrs. John U ar , .. . rs. on ?^ U are s P endte g the whiter at Redmond, Wash. n and , . ^-- Raymond Dirksen Kalvig, Jr., who were Rake Warriors Visit on Saipan New Year's ' ---,. " "^ ^tuLjaji, ana Varland of .the navy met on Saipan and spent New Year's day together. The boys iu£- classmates .of the local school. is^srsnssar W%$s P^v^fWriS Naval Training Station to begin their training for the navy. WttUs Engh, who enlisted in the navy- is also at Great Lakes Garner--W. S. Pritchard, Sr., Hancock county representative spent the'weekend with home folks here. He returned to Des Momes Tuesday morning Joke--Mrs. Glenn Bergland and David are spending this week at the home of her sister, Mrs Garma Larson. Mr. Bergland,' who is superintendent of the REA at Thompson together with-the di- rn±^- are a «f nd! ~ n S * national T? 1 "- John Sherman daughters .....-.,, her uncle and aunt, and Mrs. H. J. Ehlers. of Mason City Mr. Nels DENTIST LEAVES Decorah--After .40 years' practice in Winneshiek county, interrupted only by , service in the medical corps during the first World war. Dr. J. D. Hexom has ti I 6 ? ^ h0 ^, Ce t. here and totend s to establish his home in the east At a meeting of Helof Holm-post, American Legion, Monday evening members °" 0red by IeUmv Legi °." i, T'l 6 , numb er of commercially- hatched chicks produced last October was about one-third less than the number produced in October, 1943, association at a meeting in Chicago. III. y . . . ers ScarriMe-- Mr. a nd Mrs. els Hanson and Marvin of Rake were recent visitors at the Mrs. Gertie Hammervold _ _ ammervold Jerry Boos, and Robert Suby left fo Severson home. FertUe _ Billie , o e r u y left for Chicago where they expect to be employed at a defense plant f^T^-- C]are nce Ander- left for Camstota, S. Dak. for medical treatment for an taju^ l^I eA a = °«Ple years ago when she was struck by . lightning Mrs - Ha « e Smith i * * ~ rs - Ha left Monday for Phoenix, .several months', stay ; - - " - ·· · - - for - . . u e r e hicago, .are visiting MrsV Olson's .'family, Mrs. Ethel Mc- Neilus, and "children Alexander--The following offi cers were elected Kids Prefer Ma's Cookin' Champaign-Urtona, m, (U.PJ-- After loaning their appetites to the University of.Elinois for 3 months in the interest of science, 9 local teen age boys, who dubbed themselves the "Kalcium Kids," are back at home thoroughly en- Joying "Mom's cookin.'" The study, said to be the 1st of its type ever m a d e , was conducted to determine calcium requirements of boys of high school The youths lived at a home on IB university campus -and their 5 Wer«» -nsirafiilT-i!" WI-, j · Oregon Merchants Express Anti-Japanese Feeling With Signs Portland, Ore., 0F--Anti-Japa- nese feeling manifested itself in a new way in 2 Oregon communities Wednesday. Signs appeared in store windows «m , regulated-- ttey - Planned and even drank re- in the the Guarantee «h« Accuracy of Your New 1945 WJthholdir.3 Deductions MS£ of tfi« rw Delbrirfg, Sfuspl!- ** Bed WitfAoWin, Tax Chart will BUarantM Hio accuracy of your oov- rolt rftducSwu. x, Kiig«d-card chart it comport, «, !y to uw, and . Proittd in larg* emy-lo-read type, errmgtd to dlr»cf your B tanc« i n - stanny to tti« right oniwer. Four «ifilion« for w«»ldy, bt-WMUy, * ibra ifcovir doBy onj wi _ Eductions. DEIBRIDGE SIMPLIFIED WITHHOLDING TAX CHART Price $250 ORDER YOUR COP Y NOW K L I P T O LOOSE LEAF CO. M S. Delaware Phone 45 " o e ni : President, Mario Westaby- vice president, Norma Westaby- secretary, Lavonne BeU. ' Plnnonth--ioe Novak and sis' r of pSSSoS. EOU thern Texas ,,--Mrs- Martin C. Olson was taken seriously ill Friday an« a confined to her home Jfr and to Joe Jordahl and son of St j-VT,TM" " l ?y eve " aranit: re- distiUed water, having to carry it 12 th . ermos bottles when they left the home for any length of time . « wasn't all cold, scientific living however. The boys had jobs such as, mowing lawns;-and car- ryuig newspaper routes.^ Tennis badminton''and table tennis ^-were some sports they -played and 2 aujplane modeling contests were A university movie projector and visual-aid films were sources or enjoyment 3 times a week The boys selected the films and ran the machine themselves. And although most of their time was spent at the university the "Kal-'. cium Kids" paid daily visits to their homes. - -- -."* t -------- ^ -Jap trade" is solicited. . Placards . sprouted " throughout Hood river valley where the American Legion post recently provoked bitter controversy by erasing names of Japanese-American soldiers from its honor roa Groceries, repair shops and filling stations joined in the move Other cards were displayed in Gresham by a grocery and a hardware store, reading "No Japanese B?th e sohc ' tedt . fo r the duration." Ho are members of , Cpl Orlando Quame met Corporal Comes Home on Visit From Saipan Riceville -- Cpl. Eddie Tonn came-Jan. 10 from Saipan to spend j , = . n £ f. e£urned sines government restrictions were lifted. OneT^e e e . n e ^ e trio, Ray Sato, told the war relocation authority here their neighbors e m ° r e an r a " Said Sato: like with his moth- Tonn and e i tu5 s ' .^oPfWine Tonn and with his sisters, Mrs. Sam \Vilner and Mrs. Floyd Gilbrecht. Cpl -Lonn has been overseas for 34 months. He has 3 brothers in. the Hi ? twin, Sgt. Emil 2 YanJdSiots Bag 3 Jap Planes in Burma McCaUum, returned "to her st?' a i m - c- ' ° st - £ - imi T onn, also in Saipan, Cpl. Albert Tonn m England and Leo Tonn, ship's cook 3/e, in the south Pacific. PLANS DANCE - A dance to raise ,. --* -- the infantile paralvii! fund will be given Friday evenintr Jan. 26, by the army peLS of the prisoner of war Air Com- Southeast Asia, (/P_A1- Jied a,rmen are having poor hunting for wary remnants of Japanese airpower in Burma, but 2 Amencan lightning pilots baggel S^enemy planes in 5 minutes Mon- of^M* 1 !?^ about 75 "^es south of Mandalay Maj. Clarence T Baker of McEwen, TenrT ' wmgman, U. Daniel P^ Osceola, spotted 3 Japanese _ LEAGtJE ELECTS Scarville--The following offi cer s were elected by the ' TaamiA. T^ · _i . , _ y._ »··»- OH) XOO EVER TAKE AN INTERNAL BATH ? syston of delayed w«te $ used of ridding Vhe - : i^S^^ L ^iTM-^^iS ,h. us cn.bsrrissmen, foUows ,h7i n «TMT B "h^W ' y ^ f actio ?' terras to cncoursEc iho rhvtK * · ^* **0f*nabit formtn v9hM» « . normal clin)iD3ijon B«h.flS. Yot, may find FKEE copy N0»i 'his TM ri » «f- Inwraal godsend. Stop iq fo, ,,),,, SCO DRUG M A tr» TM"" rl " " 'J-«iz^K«3^'-^wir»f^gy-gjj h COMES FROM ASIA n°^fff~ S - Sst - Marvin L Cow- f"°l the army air cor Ps is return, '"f h °me on rotation furlough after 27 months in the Asiatic the ater of operations. He will v s j t his fr end^ £ hSt rel *«ves and frien ds at osage, coming from Jefferson Barracks, Mo. MEDIC WOUNDED New Hampton--Sgt. D a v i d Morse was wounded Jan. 1, his wife was informed by the war de. partment. 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