The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 15, 1944 · Page 3
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 15, 1944
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BRITISH INVITE CONGRESSGROUP Delegation Asked to Visit House of Commons London, (/P) -- The House of Commons, by formal motion, Tuesday invited the U. S. congress to send a delegation to visit parliament. Members hailed the action as without precedent in parliament's history. Maj. Albert N. Braitwaile, who initiated the motion, said "hitherto there seems to have been an indefinite something which kept the 2 legislatures at arm's length." Braithwaite, recently returned from the United States, said the proposed visit had been discussed with Speaker Sam Rayburn. Preliminary plans call for inclusion of congressmen from both major parties, plus representatives of the independent parties. Some women members will be included, it was indicated here. Democratic congressional leaders in Washington indicated over the weekend they would welcome the invitation which the British parliament extended formally Tuesday. There was, however some republican coolness to the plan, and as an overall consideration, several lawmakers poinlec out that many important issue. were awaiting action in house and senate--plus the fact that this a general election year -- whicl might introduce complications in getting a visiting delegation to get her. U.S. Builds Watchtowe on Border of Arizona Norales, Ariz., (^The firs U. S. Immigration border palro watchtower on the Arizona horde has been completed and soon wi be in service, Senior Patrol In spector K. S. Adams announce here recently. The tower is constructed o wood about 35 feet high and : similar to those erected along th Texas border. Two-way radio equipment wi be installed, enabling communica tion with the main entry gate an immigration prowl cars. Buy War Savings Bonds an Stamps from your Globe-Gazct' carrier boy. Wanted! Men And Women Who Are Hard Of Hearing To make this simple, no risk neari test. If you are temporarily deafene bothered by tincirip buzzing head nois due to hardened or coagulated wax (ccr meni. try the Ourine Home Method I that so many say has enabled them hear well again. You must hear bell after making this simple lest or you R your Tnoney back at once. Ask abo Ourine Ear Drops today at Engler. For Hopkins, and dnig stores everywhere. IN FOGGY ALEUTIANS--A Red Cross storage tent on a small island over 400 miles west of Dutch Harbor in the Aleutians chain of islands. Natives Aid Flyers Near Burma Route New II a m p t o n -- Lt. Joseph Whelan, former N e w Hampton ligh school athletg, who pilots a transport ship from India to over the route of the Burma father, road, in a letter to his R. A. Whelan, Lawlcr farmer, told of his qualification as a member of the "Walk Out club." Lieutenant Whelan s a i d his plane developed motor trouble while flying over the "hump" in bad weather, so the crow jumped. It required 9 hours to travel one and one-half miles through the thick jungle, Whelan said. Finally they met some natives, who aided the flyers after Whelan had mentioned the only word that cither of the 2 groups understood, "American." -Whelan said the one member of the tribe understood the name and smiled broadly. The natives carried the packs and led the American soldiers to an advance camp, 24 days after they had jumped from their plane. NAB FARM YOUTH FOR BAD CHECKS Lad Located at Omaha After Trail of Crime 34TH DIVISION RECEIVES HONOR lowan Recognized for Heroism in 5th Army With the 5th Army in Iialy,(/P) Second Lt. Ralph O. Hovden of Conrad, Iowa, has received recognition for heroism in the 5th army's drive up to Cnssino. The commander of a mortar plat9on, he received the silver star from Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark, 5th army commander, in a ceremony honoring the 34th division Monday. Hovden ignored heavy and direct mortar fire to go forward with attacking units and establish an observation post during the critical days of the drive through the mountains to Cassino. Hovden first established observation in the ruins of a building under intense artillery fire, bul operations there became difficult the citation said. 'On his own volition he then advanced beyond the positions of our troops and conducted an observation post without protection,' the citation said. "From this point while being subjected to heavy artillery, mortar and machine-gun fire, he directed his own mortar fire on enemy troop concentrations', causing them to scatter before they could organize for counter-attack on our positions. "The courage and devotion to duty displayed by Lt. Hovden in the face of grave danger reflectec great credit on the armed force; of the United States. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Wednesday, March 15, 1944 3 17, lcpna -- Edwain Lee Slaver, farm boy of the Seneca vicinity, was brought into Justice Delia Welter's c o u r t " o n t h e charge of passing forged checks. He pleaded guilty and was bound over to juvenile court. He is being held in the county jail. Young Staves wrote 8 spurious checks in amounts varying from SS to $17.50 and used the names of 3 prominent Kossuth farmers as signatures. Since starting on his crime career on Feb. 12 lie had gone to Spencer, then to Sioux City where he was employed in a hotel where he is charged with having taken $34.80. He later went to Pet Blue jay Collects Pennies for War Stamps j Chicago, (U,R)--Tommy, a penny-wise Blue Jay pet owned by Peter Bactali, Chicago barber, collects copper coins lor war stamps. Tommy, Badali p r o f e s s e s , perches on until given flys to his customer's shoulders a penny, whence he cage to deposit the Omaha. In the scriptions of the meantime de- boy had been sent out by Sheriff Cpgley which led to his apprehension by police at Omaha. DIES AT IOWA CITY O s a g e--Thomas Kelly, 74, o£ Osage, died at University hospital at Iowa City Monday. Funeral services had not been arranged Tuesday morning. HOLD KELLEY RITES Osasre--Funeral services were to be held Wednesday for Thomas Kelley, 74, painter, who died Monday morning at University hospital nt Iowa City. Burial was in the Osage cemetery. Thomas Kelley submitted to a major operation about 3 weeks ago. . Badali's unique pet also acquired the nrt of removing cigarets from sleeping customers and extinguishing them by flapping his w i n g s. Badali attributed his lower f i r e insurance rates to Tommy's rare ability. NAME CANDIDATES Rake-- -At a t o w n caucus same council members who the arc now serving with the exception of O. E. Quam are candidates for re-election on the Citizens ticket. Ole Ryg is a candidate for reelection as mayor on the Caucus ticket. Quam was appointed to replace Glen Heath who moved away. Ratproofing of ships has become such an effective art that those built to ratproofing specifications do not have to be fumigated to destroy rats. U HELP YOUR COMMUNITY DHIVES m. and You Help America In Colonial days when a family faced misfortune, kindly neighbors set up a melting pot before the door. The community was quick to contribute, because lean and perilous years taught our forefathers that only by helping one another could all survive and earn security ia a land of growing opportunities. Today, when this hard-won security is in In every community, Budti'eher is known as the Perfect Host to a host of friends. To serve your neighbors beer is simple hospitality, but to serve them Badweiser is a gracious compliment . .. and, it makes your simple wartime meals tatte better. jeopardy, our country and many of its citizens need a helping hand. 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