The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 7, 1944 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 7, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 7, 1944
Page:
Page 16
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 16 article text (OCR)

ARRIVES IN.ENGLAND--Capt. Elder James, son of Ulr. and Blrs. R. L. James, 904 Pennsylvania N. E., in a V-mail letter of Feb. 13 wrote that he was now comfortably situated in England and "found the country just like Iowa in June except for the lack of leaves on the trees." He goes on to suy the weather is cool but the colil is penetrating rather than bit' ter and that he thought he'd go back into his "Ion? handlebar underwear." Capt. James had been stationed at Pope Field and Fort Brags. N. Car., for some time prior to being sent to bis point of embarkation. His wife has gone to Cincinnati, Ohio, to remain for the duration. OTRANTO YOUTH GETS TRANSFER Lt. Lawrence F. Bewick Will Study in Florida Headquarters · Panama Cana Department -- Lt. Laurence F Bewick, son of Mr. ;ind Mrs. Eliz Grace BewickWoodley, of Lyle Minn., has left his station at a Btl ail- force base in Guatemala to at lend a 30-day course at the AAF tactical school in Orlando. Fla. LI. Bewick entered the servie in March, 1942, at Fort Sill, Okla as a private, and was subsequently staioned at Will Rogers Fielc Okla., and at Macon, Ga., wher he attained the grade of staff scr geant. He was then selected to at tend the AAF officer candidate school at Miami Beach, Fla.. ii December, 1942, and the following March was graduated, being commissioned a 2nd lieutenant. The following June he was transferrec to this department and assignee to the chemical warfare service and in September arrived at his last station, where he was designated bass chemical officer and provost marshal. His promotion to 1st lieutenant came in Januari this year. Lt. Bewick was a student o Otranto, Iowa, liigh school; Oklahoma A. M. college at Still- ·watei", and Iowa State college Ames. Prior to entering the service, he served as an cxperimenta entomologist with the "departmen o£ entomology o£ Oklahoma A. M. college for the state expert mental station. His wife. Mrs Martha Lee Bewick, resides a Oklahoma City, Okla. Kiester, Minn.. Soldier Hurt on Italian Front Kiester, Minn. -- Palmer Bracke received a wire from the \var de partment Monday morning statin that a brother, Pfc. Holme Brackey, suffered injuries in action on the Italian front and is hospitalized somewhere in Italy. Private Brackey enlisted Feb. 24. 1941, and has been overseas many Four Neighbors in the KHAKI AND BLUE What They Are Doing * * NOW A SERGEANT--Jess G. Pippert, son of Mrs. Emma Pippert, route 2, now holds the rank of sergeant. Sgt. Pippert is based with headquarters of a medical detachment at New Orleans, but is on duty in the Canal Zone. Before entering the service in Aug., 1911, he was employed as a bookkeeper. He is a graduate of the high school here and of Hamilton's business college. HERE OX LEAVE--Carpenter's Mate l/c John Henry Tageson and wife are home on a 14 day leave from the Algiers naval section at New Orleans. La., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tageson. Rockwell. They will return to New Orleans, where Mate Tageson has been stationed the last 21 months, at the end of his leave. John reports that he has just learned from a serviceman back at New Orleans from the southwest Pacific that the submarine tragedy in which his brother, Alvin It. Tageson, seaman l/c, was reported missing a year ago, occurred on March 6. The Tagesons have also received word from a R. J. Olexa, whose brother was missing on the same submarine, that the tragedy of the submarine was a surface action, according to an article in the Naval Personnel magazine that he had read. Both boys left for the service on Dec. 19, 1941. --V-- VISITS FROM HAWAII Thornton -- Pfc. Leonard A. Long, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Long, arrived home from Hawaii on a 25-day furlough. Mr. .Long has been in the army 2 years, 21 months ot the time being spent in Hawaii where he is connected with the military, police service. The purpose of this trip was to bring several men to the United States. MAURICE T. FREDRICKSON HOWARD M. FREDKICKSOX --Aviation Machinist's Slate l/c --Corpora! ONE OF SONS HAS LEAVE--Mam-ice T. Fredrieksoii, aviation machinist's mate l/c, son of Mrs. Theo Fredrickson, 311 3rd N. W., arrived in Mason City Saturday morning to spend a shqrt leave with relatives here. He is serving with a United States naval bombing squadron operating from an overseas base. Cpl. Howard M. Fredrieksoii, who recently was graduated from radio school at Fort Benning, Ga., and who is now stationed at Indiantown Gap, Pa., is expected home for a furlough in the near future. Howard's wife resides at Woden. V perator in the air transport com- land since last May. His wife ves at 214 Adams N. W. Robert J. Douglas, son of OMr. nd Mrs. Jake Douglas, 922 North ederal, who entered service in he navy air corps in February, is ow attending Emory and Henry ollege, Emory, Va. Robert was --V-Whereabouts months. times. He was in action several Hanlontown--Cpl. Carl Furness is home of a 10-day furlough from Los Angeles, Cal., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Furness. Truck-Tractor-Passenger TIRES RECAP REPAIR TRAVERS TIRE TREAD SERVICE · Call 826 394 2nd S. W. Mason City GETS NEW RATING Wesley--Miss Alvina Oppodal, oldest daughter of Mrs. Tillie Loebig of Wesley, received a new rating March 1. She is now pharmacist mate 2nd class in the WAVES and is on the hospital staff, at the naval training school for aircraft instruments. Miss Oppedal enlisted about a year ago and reported to the Great Lakes Training Station" after her boot training at Hunter's college in New York City. · . AT FIRST SKMOFA USE 666 6*6 TAKER. SALVE. NOSE MOPS Pfc. Sylvan Tosel. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Tosel. formerly of Mason City, now living in Sedro Woolley, Wash., is now stationed in New Guinea with a unit of amphibian engineers. Pfc. Tosel was employed bj the Co-Mo Photo company here before entering the service in Oct., 1942. His wile is living at Osage at present. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Diercks, route 3. returned Monday from New York where they had spent last week visiting their son. Jack, who has completed his studies al the maritime station at Sheepshead Bay, N. Y.; and Norfolk. Va. Jack has gained the rank of. ensign and has signed for service as a purser and hospital corpsman on a merchant ship operated for the government by the Seas Shipping company. Inc. Pvt. Albert Polacek. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Polacek, 210 6th S. W.. is now in Hawaii stationed with the motor transport corps of a signal division. Pvt. Polacek was home on a furlough in December. Pvt. William W- Maxwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Maxwell, 119 12th N. W., has begun his 5 months' training as an aviation student in the 73rd college training detachment of the army air forces at Rockhurst college, Kansas City, Mo., according to word from the college. Pvt. Maxwell entered the service in January. Naval Air Cadet Donald C. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Campbell, 1107 Jefferson N. W., is home on a 12 day leave from Wabash college. Crawfordsville, Ind., where he has been attending the navy V-5 program. At the end of his leave he will go to Wesleyan college, Delaware. Ohio, to continue work in the same program. ' Pete Lichman, Jr., seaman 2/c has returned to duty following a 10 day leave here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lichman 1720 Pennsylvania N. E. Seamai: Lichman. who entered the service in December, has just completec his boot training at Farragut Idaho, and will take up submarine training upon his return. George B. Wise, seaman l/c son of Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise route 2, is now stationed somewhere in the south Pacific. Seamon Wise entered service with th Seabees in Dec.. 1942. Mrs. Henry IMannens. 233 29th S. W., has received word that he husband who entered service in the navy in February, is now sla tioncd at Camp Waldron. Farra gut, Idaho, for his boot training Pvt. Porter B. Burrcts was heri on a short leave visiting his par cuts. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burrets 318 '4th N. W. Pvt. Burrcts wa recently transferred from Cami Barkeley, Tax., to the 207th ship complement at Camp Stoneman Cal. Pfc. Alanvooil (Mickey) Spcn cer, son ot Mr. and Mrs. K. W Spencer, 10 Willow drive, ,has ar rived in India, according to won received here. Pfc. Spencer en listed in the air corps in Novem ber. 1942, and has been a radi PROMOTED'TO SE11GEAXT-- Mike Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burke, 338 13th N. E., was recently promoted to the rank of sergeant in China where he is still stationed. He writes that Santa O'iaus arrived a little late in China; in fact, not until the first part of February. But he was very welcome when he did appear. The first packages came at that time, he said, and were still arriving. Sgt. Burke is flight engineer with a photo reconnaissance group in China. --V-- raduated from the Holy Family ig'n school and was attending the unior college here before en- sting. James C. L'lura, son of Mr. and Trs. Clarence Ulum, Swaledale, is ome on a week's leave from liami university, Oxford, Ohio, vhcre he has been attending the lavy V-12 program since last No- T ember. --V-- Vlason Cityans Meet n Southern Camp Capt. John E. van der Linden, ormerly with the Globe-Gazette lews staff, writes from Fort Mc- 'herson, Ga., of a coincidence c:- eriencccl in meeting another Maori Cityan. Capt. Richard C. Ufford, at Fort Benning, Ga., one 'ay recently. Captain Van der Linden had topped in at the officers club at 7 ort Benning to meet his cousin, : one Capt. Harry van der Linden, i North Carolinian." He didn't see iim, but saw another officer with he same insignia so stopped to alk to him. "We had quite a time passing anecdotes back and forth ibout my cousin Harry, when we "inally found we're both from Ma;on City," he wrote. Captain Ufford, son of Mrs. Fern Griffin, 314. Oth N. E.. is at Fort Penning for a 'S months' course in officers" training. He has been stationed at Camp White, Ore. His wife at present is living at 53 River Heights drive. y REACHES NEW GUINEA Wesley--Cpl. Matt J. Hildman, who is with the heavy artillery, informed his parents that he is now in New Guinea having been transferred from the Hawaiian Islands. He enlisted Feb. 7, 1941, and spent most of hip time at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo. The Hildm'ans have one other son in the service. Navy Cadet Lawrence Hildman, who is at the naval air base near Minneapolis. AGAI.V PROMOTED-- George Kiiramitros, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Peter Karamitros, 115 I4lh X. W., who was promoted to corporal in February, has again been advanced, this time to the rank of sergeant, according to word received from the urmy air base al Boiling field. D. C., where he is stationed. He has just returned to Gravely Point, D. C. following a 15 day furlough here --V-- BECOMES CAPTAIN Kiester. Minn.--Mrs. E. T. Anderson received word that her nephew, Wayne L, Twito, of thc marine air corps has been promoted to captain. He is stationed somewhere in the Pacific area. He Is a grandson of S. O. Solomonson ot Scarvillc. BECOMES GUNNER Kiester. Minn. -- Pfc. Glen H. Herem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herem. was graduated last week from the army air forces flexible gunnery school at Laredo army air field, Laredo, Texas, a member of the AAF training command. He is now qualified to take his place as a member of a bomber combat crew. QUITTING BUSINESS Dividing of Italian Fleet Significant 1« Tuesday. March 7, 19« MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GETS GUNNER'S WINGS--Cpl. Allan Reynolds, son of Air. and Mrs. II. M. Reynolds. 1238 Jackson, xvas graduated last M-eeli from the army air forces flexible gunnery school. Laredo, Tex., and aloiiK with his diploma received a pair of aerial Sinmer's silver wings, aei-ord- iu£ to word received from Unit field. Cpl. Iteynolds is now qualified to take his place as a member of a bomber combat crew. --V-Mother Has 6 Sons in 2 World Wars Cresco--Airs. Mary Quecl of Cresco has 6' sons who have been either in World war 1 or arc now in the present conflict. Oscar of C h e s t e r . Carl of hnrlcs City and Martin, deceased, all served in World war I. Cpl. Alfred Queel of the army air corps in the south Pacific; George Queel of the marines; in California, and Frederick Quecl. who lias been home on sic!* leave from a naval hospital, left Thursday to report lor duty in Oklahoma. This is the first t i m e in 34 years that Mrs. Quecl has been without 1 of her boys at home. She also has ;i grandson. Craig Queel, who is on submarine duty in the Pacific waters. By DEWITT MACKK.N'ZIK Associated Press War Analyst Few recent war have created greater international speculation (and downright heartburning in the case of Italy) than the unex- p l a i n e d an- n o u n c c m e nt ; that the Anglo- American allies are turning one- third of the Italian navy over to Russia. T h e c u r i- osity of Hitler's s o o t h s a yers, among others, is allies, apparently on the basis of share and share alike. Naturally this tiny handful of ships isn't going to turn the war upside down. They might be help, fill in Mediterranean operations, 1 manned by red crews. They would transactions' be particularly useful if they MACKENZIE is at white heat. Especially concerned, of course, arc the Italians, and Premier Badoglio has expressed pained surprise that his government wasn't oven advised of the deal. Well, one can understand the marshal feeling hurt, but there's small ground for surprise in his mind. While the allies hovc to sec Italy prosperous and happy after the war, she should understand thoroughly that she's going to pay dearly for her aggression. Part of the price will be military impotence. Loss of her once fine navy is one of the penalties for helping: cause millions of deaths and untold destruction. It's one of the penalties for shortcimig; the lives of all of us by the number of wasted years which have to be devoted to war.--Nine years if you count the last war, and the end isn't yet in sight. It strikes me that the importance of this deaf doesn". lie so much in the question of what the soviet intends to do with the ships '! as in these 2 aspects of the situation: (1) the fact that the I t a l i a n ' navy is being split up, and (2) that it's being divided among the could be got into the Black Sea to help clear the Germans out of the Crimea and turn their right flank in Russia. However, before allied ships can be sailed into the Black Sea we must have Turkey's permission to pass through the Dardanelles and, more to the point, the Hitlerites must he cleaned out of the Aegean islands which block the entrance to the Dardanelles from the Medi- terraneaji. Anyway, of much greater importance is the fact that the allies are in process of carrying: out their oath to make the axis powers impotent militarily and punish war guilt. Germany and Japan can see in this a preview of nhat's Koin.u' to liLippeti to their own navies and armies and airforces. However, there's something even bigger than that involved in this disposition of the Italian fleet. It's a symbol of solidarity among the 3 dominant powers--America, Britain and Russia--a unity upon which the peace of the world most certainly depends. TO FARM 210 ACRES Osase--Mr. and Mrs. William Benson of Osage moved to their new location the past w r eek, having purchased a 120-acre farm of Irving Olson. Hoyle Ginther of Rockford purchased 120 acres adjoining, which Mr. Benson will work with his. INCOME TAX Service Bureau 1408 N. FEDERAL SATURDAY NITE IS THE END! RAMSEYS 5cto 1 STORE FINAL 4 DAYS, Wed., Thurs. Fri., Sat 1408 N. FEDERAL SATURDAY NITE TS THE. END! Take Your Pick of Any Item in This Store at 2 PRICE Yes, half the original price, on any item in this store Final Selling Starts at 9a.m. Wed. Cosmetics, Toiletries, Dishes, Toys, Glassware, Stationary, School Supplies, Paints, Household Items, Hosiery, Lingerie, Notions, Gifts, Books, etc. Final Selling Will Start Wed. 9a.m. HAD LEAVE--Xeil Plopper, machinist's mate 2/c. and wife returned to the east following a visit here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Plopper. 702 Pennsylvania X. E. Mate I'lop- pcr had a 17 day leave from duly on the Atlantic and Mrs. Plopper. wln has u secretarial job in Washington, was having a sluirt vacation from her duties there. Here'for the weekend during Male 1'loppcr's visit were his sister. .Mrs. C. II.'Brooks, whose husband. LI. I'.rooks. has hccit stationed in the Aleutians since before Pearl Harbor, nml Bobby Plopper. son of S. ,1. Plopper, DCS Moincs. V Judiciary Subgroup Calls Hearing for Graven Nomination Washington. ifPi--A senate judiciary subcommittee M o n d a y called n hearing for March lo on the nomination of Henry X. Graven of Mason City to be federal judge of the northern Iowa district. The subcommittee con- sisls of Senators McCarran (D.- N'cv.V chairman: O'Mahoney (D.- Wyo.) and Bushlicld R.-S. D;ik.). Says Condemnation of Christ History's No. 1 Judicial Murder St. Louis. Mo.--The trial of Jesus Christ and His sentence to tne cross is still the most notorious miscarriage ot justice h u m a n ! history knows. Doctor Maier! declared Sunday in a special Len- j ten address over the International Lutheran Hour. Stating that during this war. the . nation's enemies have been guilty of vile injustice,. Doctor Maier asserted that the condemnation of Christ stil stands as history's number one judicial murder. He minted out that while Christ was londemned hardly 12 hours after Ho was arrested, a convicted mur- tercr in Sing Sing has enjoyed many weeks of. reprieve and that ntter other murder trials years Hive elapsed before sentence has been executed. The haste with which Christ vas sentenced, the radio speaker nferred, came from blind bigotry, one of Christianity's chief foes , today. Most unbelievers have no j open inincl on religious issues and ' refuse to consider fairly the ; teachings of Scripture. Many j skeptics who can be induced to j hear and study the Biblical doc- j trines have been converted to I Christian faith. ! As at the time ot the crucifix- ! ion, the high churchmen were j Christ's outstanding enemies and i the instigators of the plot to kill I Him, so today, the radio insisted, some of the chief opponents o[ the simple Gospel have been recruited from the ranks ot modern, Scripture - questioning churches. These, he said, are responsible for j far more spiritual damage than i ati uncouth atheists and political i enemies of the Christian faith. I 213 FIRST BANK NATIONAL BLDG. TELEPHONE 1026 TOYS We moke all kinds of TOYS out of wood. Write or phone for . . . . · WHOLESALE PRICES · FREE CATALOGUE Toys on sole in Mason City at the Boomhower Hdw. CANFIELD McCANN TOY COMPANY 208 7th N. E. Mason City 2573-J Hints ! Men,Women! No Pep?! Worn Out, Exhausted, j Want New Vitality at 21 to 60? l' yciii :.rn5 xhjjoii rrcl CifcaiiMf.l. worn-uut. ITi-ClMi · - · . · * « . ! lr...1.Tlrfi- wrri!.rrri.-ritiiV.-;;:lM... . .n- ( (sire* »! tlicir *c:i'fcn^-oc were ,,,,,, ,,,.-,,^!'i'"' : "'" :: ' T "^TM* ' m-n"n'-' l! 'r'iS'i : !i 1 '"-.^ "'?"''·'*""'· ;l TM " ""'·· 'SSvVr^li^l'^iiVt^lScVc.rVSicn'riinit'i'-ra'i! For sale at .ilt tlnij: .stores everywhere-in Mason City, nt Ford Hopkins, OSCO DniR and Walsrccn. 1'AIXTER 1N.TUKED Nashua -- Don Konkeu of Lu Porte City, forjncrly of Nashua, while painting a building at Charles City, met with a serious accident Thursday. He had been working on a ceiling, using a gas pipe to slide down instead of a ladder. While sliding down he received 450 volts of electricity. He was unconscious and had a shoulder thrown out of joint. A Wisconsin former f i n d ? that some cows can't become adapted p to fast-milking. To overcome this, he shifls the "problem" cows to Hie end of the milk line so Hint the fast-milking routine wilt not be interrupted. Dr. A. I', l-aiikhsiuscr. 1). C S. O. T. Technician Phone R51 for Appointments 22 3rd St. X. \V. CARE WILL SAVE YOUR VACUUM CLEANER The appearance of your home, even the health of your family* may depend upon keeping your vacuum cleaner on the job. Vacuum cleaners arc not being made todav and repair parts are hard to get. TO KEEP CLEANER FIT- FOLLOW THESE SUGGESTIONS 1 Kmp[y the dust bag after each cleaning. Once a month, turn the bag inside out and gii'C it a goud brushing. O Don't run cleaner over pins, hairpins, nnd other mcul objccii; They tan puncture the bag or tl.imagc motor. 0 Keep brush free of oil, dirt, hair:*, and threads. 4 Adjust no/ 7.1 c and, brush. Hrusli jihouM touch carpet and should extend '/g" below tips of ilic no/v.Ic. C Oil vacuum cleaner according to manufacturer's instructions. C Don't j e r k cord from wall outlet. When not in use, wind cord. fooseJy around hooks on cleaner handle. T Use your attachments if you have them. 0 If cleaner docs not operate properly consult your deafer* PEOPLES' GAS ELECTRIC COMPANY C-\n JZsscnlial Indus! ry Git'intj You /ricm/fy. Dependable Service

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page