Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 285, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 15, 1943 Page: 1 of 4
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Trad* At Hon#
For Ml Protection
NBA TCLCFHOTO AND COMIC UftVXCE
Little chanfe In temperature to-
night, scattered thundershowers
today and la the extreme north
Vol. 22-No. 285
BRECKENRIDGE TEXAS, TUESDAY. JUNE 15. 1943
Price Daily 8c —
ALLIED INVASION SIGNS ON ALL COASTS
Many learned a hMur) of th"
flag at thi' E'k ceremony
last, night they had never heard
before. and R<'\ Amos Myers
ntade a powerful plea to get be-
hind that Mac with 'verything :it
our c mimanrt
He feared over-optimism is-
cause we have begun to "in giv-
in* us one rnumn that timr thr
war bond drive in April pur-
ol statute am. bonds fell
off fifty prr cent in May
Our flat- which it'pri'^nN the
American way of life iv being
challenged t >d'«y and we haw n.it
won the war yet That flag should
hi- saluted with hats off if *in Gerald Neltm
Civilian «lolhing. or a salute i | Above i- pictui.ci in new li
In uniform, ever time it passes ccior of inu>. and ducat' >n at
The >et in uniform salute it ,i is th<> First aptiM Church "h> 1.1
the civilans who are growng lax arrived to a«i<i It.- Roges II
Family Of Four
Move To Citv For
Work In Church
tiard pastor hen
LOST-one airplane It flew away
And while the o*ner was
standin" t(+m It is a ga«o-
line engine equipped
belonging to l.eon Sheinherg H •
««s flying it at dusk yesterday af-
ternoon in the vicinity of the air
port Wicn 300 hi «r i feet high
It took off in a northwesterly dir-
ection from the south side of the j
airport. Gerald Nelson, i.T.>ntl\ elected
It whs estimated that it went | director of edi* atim and music nt |
down in a field pear the air|v>it 'be 'ocal Hr-t Bapt-st Church
and it« return will be anprfialH j has moved t-. Mrei'kenridge the
It has blue win<:s a ve'low Isidv. [week from Lubbock "t re he wi>
assistant to the nastnt* of the
Fir*t Baptist Church
Mr. NeN >n ii- a native of Ar-
kanas where he received his ac-
.idemie training and was Inter
Many Present Al
M >ers Warns Of I'rrwnl
Day Tfndrnrim After
Several hundred |iets>nns wit j
1 ttess-d the Klk> |lag ceremonv and
I ard Re\ Amos Myers make n;
-tirring anneal for unity undei
I ih" flae Monday evening on the'
1 i >uii house lawn. j
U th I? C M >rgan leading the,
ritua' in the chair of the exalt |
rule? Klks of Ranker and Breck
i hi i|,t , • .cciipying the other!
cha't. pre-"nt,'d t|>e ritual wh'c*'
included a historv of the six f|a;j
u- 'd hv the t 'tilled States before
I th" vies-.nt day 1 didn't mean to
I when en-ii'n was fina'ly adopted 1
, M"v Seouls and Sea Se-a"
rn iri h-d out and resented ea
flag as Mayor Flovd Jones rea 1
its historv and th" high sehoo'
hand und -r the direction of .1
, Rtirk"tt nlayed the music to ea. li ;
of the flaes Girl Scouts pinned
10 > lat*'! flags on those present.
Mr Myers called attention to
lack of cheering sa'uting and em-
1 >Honnl display accorded th flac
todav compared to that if World
. War N'o 1 and wond"ring as to
i th • cause In this issued several
■ ^ jr*-- x -
Texas New Labor Nazi
Laws Is Effective
Dn August 10
I-one Slate Regulation
Ah Pasaed By Snl«ns
Pounded; Axis In
Possible signs ol invasion were wen today a* scattered points all
I the way around coastal rim ol Axi Europe from Norway to the Tur-
TEXAS p -m2e r rrrfw Allied Air Force# slugged heavily at the Axis from two dir e-
AUST1N. Tex.. A new iav\ | ,lon;i T|k, R,,yaj An Force sent a powerful raiding fU-el again.t
design.'d to regulate a«-tivity oi ; Jhi> Hrms ci)v Dj obt-ihausen and otl er tarxets in lite Ruhr.
labor unions liecomes eff'^M ivc ' . .
luhor unions liecomes eff-ctivc
in Texts Aur. 10. It was auoih- , ,
onvl by State Representative. ""tpost of Kaly
• Durwuod Manford of Smi!ey,
i Texas, Hfi-year-'ild rancher-met-
I chant and enacted by the recant
| session of the Texas legislature.
The act was not signed by Gov.
CY,;<e R. Stevenson. He filed it to
become law without his signalu'v.
, From Africa and Malta other planes hammered Sicily, the invasi «n
22 Liquor Fines
In District For
■come law without his signature, la .1 Al1 *a
Two other states, Colorado and IflOIltll UI ifltlV
unsas have union riLoilnt/w v
ixansHs, have union rcgulatoiy
tiws, Dm Manlord did not model
... act aiter theirs.
Main porvision* of the new lay
• equire unions:
1. File with Ui. Secretary of ,,,,rin^ May. showing Stephens
State itemized financial state- °°uJJ'y w'th three cnnes in n lis!
menu annually; copies of by-laws ,f countie#.
British authorities wiled the
frontier between Syria and Tur-
key to guard Allied invasion plans.
Jugoslav guerrillas were « |iort. d
uniting in a solid front agai" t
the Axis. The Germans were e- a-
cuting civilians from outlyinij
greek and Norwegian Islands.
Concern aver the next Allied
Fifty-seven cases were filed. 53 j Wow might fall was evident in
persons corvicted and ?7.709.'j0 broadcasts from Rome and .Ber-
uaid in fines in this district of' lln, where the propagandists soii-
the Texas Liquar Contiol Board 'jht to whip u the spirit of their
aiyl has the nn~i>' "Fdith" on it
IATION IsMik No .1 ronvs into
l>eing tomorrow and with i'
• new era in buying That ral-
lying is worlting no hardship her.'
If it is because \«e have bee-Vic
"ovcinm-nt hudenvl «e had let-
ter wake iii> and take the g ivern-
ricit at i' word for a while lie
said If it is f irm over-optisjsin
we must rememlvr that 1fi7 year-'
Is not lone in the tife of a nation
Democracy, ns nations go. is not
fall and the neon'e
For display ing unusual courage and attentiodn to duty vvhil" the tar
get of direct enemy artillery lire. Chaplain '1st Lieut. !,;>on N. Gora*
lim'. of New Boston. Texas., was awarded the Silver Star. Lt. C«en.
George S Patterson. Jr.. is pinning the award >n Chaplain Goralirie'l
breast. somewhere on the Tunisian front. (Nea Telephoto. Pas .id
By Army Censor. I
was witnessed last week when | cation in th • Southwestern Bnu-
graduated fiom the^ School* of'"'' Ulf1 ',ln
Sacred Music and R. l :i Edu- I ran«!0« hnv«'. w,,ri.,.v
there w*s a wave of hoi- buying1
as the tune limit for the first shoe
fist Theolo-'.ai Seminary |ocat -d
in Fort Worth Prior to his work
•tamps expired ami many rushed with the Fust Baptist Church I"
Lubbock, he served f''tir years as
until it is n t least Ylfi v'ars old
fte d ised by reciting the nled™e
to the flag pictuting tvvn steel
hands that hind the natio" to«eth-
in similar vvork
in to use tb.-m
Many sho|>pers an- <->ming to
Bm-kenndge th"*« day* fn m oth-
er places They s*y they can find
more goods here than elsewhere.
In Dallas and the larger cities
there has U>en such a madness ' f
buying that clerks are no 'onger
polite, and get rid of th.1 customer
one wny or another * (juickly as
(rissiblc We an* a pe 'pie who tiie
minute something Is made a littl
diffteult to get go after that thing
l(Ve nobody's husin.n.s I^irmoii-ni j ^tpPnCflS ( OUDty
to tb - ontrary not withstanding < I yy ^ DlltV
American chemists working
day and night have made
ftuch rapid strides in the .level >.h
Went of syntb«*tic nihher process-
e« that by th«- en l of the year
even heavy miliary tires will c«.n-
tain a* mi«-h as 9o per .'enl I
Ameriran-matle rut>t >r "
This was th - statement tod.y
Of Wi'liam ft'N'eil President >.f
th«- General Tire ard Rubin r
Oimpany. which is operating the u
government-owned plant at Bay- # nilt|n . <t.(l
tow n. Texas
•r thesp heini unity and llhert-
Army Takes Over Pilots' Scaring
Many Acres; Will Is Most Rigid
director >f rrnis'c and education in (T,"'ri' is no' "1<>
the Calvary Baptist Church. San «hn"}* ^ in ,h" V!,riou* "fro,,n
I that make up this nation.
ABILENE June 15 (Sp!l
Unrestricted lenses on the H5.000
and to 70.000 acres included in the
Nelson f.ami'v consists r.f i ,h,'rr r'1'ls, discl"''"ed oeity h^- ramp Barkley maneuver area will
Terma In Reporta Are
Arrived At The Hard
Way By Araiy
Mr. and Mrs Nelson and th-it
t vo young son*.
Mr NeN n siiceei d- F O Bone
who resigned ^ome time n -o :r> ....
go to D-n-on v here he is-nga.-<1 v"n' _and pledging alleg-
Tlie ceremony closed with the
invine <f America and all "re-
iance to th.
WAAC Lieut Gladys Foley, it-
tractive daught-r of Mrs Tlnu
E Foley of South Bend. Young
County whi has been station-d
it Dayton Beach Fla for sever.i'
months on company duty. re-
turned to h"t home territory lo
Graham for i temporary tour t
ret rutting duty fuj- th > Women's:
democracy will he safe, he give the government the same
| contiol over the land >ased as it
would have by purchasing tii*
area, according to an explanation
of the term, "unrestricted lease.'
hy ifficers at Camp Barkley head-
All families living in the area
wi'l he required to move, and w ill,
them wll go all personal properly,
inc'uding livestock, houses and
fences, however, will he 'eft >
()uota On Bonds
Sales of bonds and war stamps
in Stephens county, following the
special drive here in April more
than doubled its quota, words
of IVn I Dean. • wnty chairman,
Sales foi May were SW2.781.25
for that month w'a.«
Nineteen To Camp
AY Buffalo Gap
Army Auxiliary Corps ,n'' f|Uota
Lieutenant Foley will mak. her
tx-adquarters at the Army Re-1
tion in the County
C.Mirt House at Graham wh'c'i
1 is the recruiting office for tiie ;
BECAUSE Ol Ihmi gen«>ratefl surrounding area that included i
in synthetic ruhlvr up 'o South Mend A group of n-net.H-n young pea-
l >w it has been possible to use 'It's the plae-- for [>atriotic ,n- pie have gon to Pioneer Camp •"
l ..t more than ?<> |*t •■••nt in ten i telllgent an.l healthy "-amen fr > Buffalo Gap for the annual stum-
or twelve ply tires." ON'il said to 1-1 inc'usiv. . wh- have in met outing.
"But with thousand- ol chemists j ''''pendents «>r children und-r 11", Patricia Trammell is president
both in indUHtrv and in the um- | declares "Th nore \v' i.ics of the camp and sponsors are Mr*,
versit ies of th. country expert• |'he Army has to help It. the | Amos Myers Mrs P. D. Ferguson
inenting and improving a hi?h | """"' r this war will be over " and Mrs. Boss Hood.
quality of synthetic which will ___ _ _______
permit up to 90 i«er <-ent use f I
Synthetic in heavy duty tires , |
highly probable" h.- said
new york 'i i?'
"destroyed," "probably d stroy.>d
and "damaged" cropping up W'th
'nounting frifpn-ncy in new* dis-
•alches fiont the fighting fronts,
have a definite meaning to pilots
of th" Army Air Fore. s. who
know what a difficult job it is to
eonvience their superiors of the
destruction of an enemy plane In
eimhat or even that it has been
The 'box ••sites" of U. S. air ef-
'ettivenesH is even more amaziit.r.
and constitutains; names and ad-
ulosses ol ail officers; and copies
oi working agreements which al-
low employees tj make deduc-
tions front workers' pay for un-
2. Charge only a "reasonable
amount" lor dues.
3. Keep uccurate records and
accounts which .nasi be open lu
4. Make no charge far work-
ing permits, but the law allows
initiation fees of a "reasonable
5. Give members a publK.- hear-
ing on specific charges before dis-
6. Hold annual election of of-
I. Reinstate without payment
of back dues members returning
.'rum the armed ftnees who are
unable to make such payments.
Lmons are prohibited trom
making contributions to poutu ul
parties or to candidates for polil-
ical oil ice. No peison convicted
The terms | of a lelony may be either a un-
ion oflicer or organizer, and or-
ganizers must register with .he
•Secretary of State.
Records lilcd with the state ate
confidential, except to the Attorn-
ey (Jenera'. the labor commis-
sioner and legal Inquiries.
Three sections of the bill have
been iwd unconstitutional by ihe
Brown county was first. vyi1h 21
cases fil;«d. 26 conviction1
fines amounting to $3,193 Tay-
lor was second vvith eight eases
and SI 3S0 in fines Enstland
showed five cas"s filed, seven con-
virtions and SKS7.H0 in fines.
Others included Coleman. ix
eases filed, three oonvictlnns, fiiH'
S419.90; Tom Green one ca'e
I hit" convictions, fines $3fi8,10:
Comanche fvo cases, two convic-
tions, $245.5tl in fines; Runnels,
one ease, one convict' >n $275.30
in fines; Ste lhcns three cases,
two r-onv ict'ons. S".'3S in flnec:
tones, one i ase, <)*•<• eonviction.
R123.«n fin-s; MeCuMoch. tw-i cas-
es. one conviction. $122.10 fines;
Menard, one case, one conviction
Hurtling down a quarter-mil-
•nion |iounds if iv>mhs. big Amer-
ican Liheratnrs have smashed Cat-
ania and Geibini on Italian Sicily
!n a raid of crushing foire sm-
lar to the air homlianlm"nt« that
drove the lesser islnnd of Pantel-
leria. Lamnedusa and I.inosa on
A communique from Cairo an-
nounced today that formations
from th;* Ninth U. S. Air Far.-e
hit Gerbini and Cnntanla. both
important enemv air bases, in
daylight yesterday. Blanketin
grounded enemy planes at Ger-
bini with hnmh hursts and smash-
ing hanrers. runways and disper-
sal areas at Cutnnla.
Raiding enemv «h't nfp" thru
j out the Pacific A^'^rican o'>.
C-lint'e^ w ith no cases , filed i marines sent tornedos or .li
«ere Callahan, Coker. Fisher. It -«tearing into tlje huf's of Ifi .l.ip-
.iifi. Mills, Cancho, SV h'eieher. I anese ships, sinking 12. One addi-
tional ship was probably sunk oil
three were dnmaged. The N.v y
One .laanese destrover defjnit. lv
was sent to the httfom Another
was damaged by suomnrine action
and prerttmahlv was nut out of
action temporarily at least
No det* i1« of the raids were dis-
poned by the Navy par was ti>ere
any word as to how fhr the sub-
marines penetrated enemv waters
in their highly successful raids.
Shackelford Stonewall Sutton.
To S. C. Air Rase
Any reasonably expected dam- iI#rort, „„ !lrt(ch, in ..nv, .
jes Uf fences, h-^es and farm . ,c..1/lhr scrutiny of the ng-
,nds will he included in the lea- M nl|„ wh|ch
. .* X.W t. M. It'll' rxit' lAe irMiU .
FIRST FLAG BELIEVED OWNED
e contracts, as wll' pay for grow-
ing hut unharvested crons Leases
now are being negotiated accord*
•ne to camp officials, tho eovern-
nient is endeavoring to make "nch
'ease agreement on an epuitable
In the past, otarating under re-
tricted leases, camp officals have
'iad numerous camnlaints fr -m
arm owners, as well as numeious
•'aims for damages
Under the n"V' svstem of unr.-s-
'ri«:ed leases, the Armv can and
will use the land as it sees fit.
With all residents and livestock
-emoved flom the area the Armv
no longer wil' have to give ad-
vance notice ta own«rs or re-1-
•second Lieutenant Louis J.
ilu/lewood, tii e. Keni uige, report-
ed lor duty ai Columbia Army
Air Base thi:> week and was .i.s-
signed u a medium ixiniluirdminl
gnup as a pilot.
Lieutenant llazlewood won hi-
wings last mont.ii after complet-
•■ctt^l in sulistantiating claims.
An enemy plan • is scored
"destroyed" inlv if three require-
ments are met. They are:
1 That it has lieen seen descend-
ni; completely <nvelo;N>d in flames
2. T*iat is has heer. sen to dis-
integrated in the air. as when a
complete wing or tail assembly
is s,>en to he «hot away fr >m the
3. If the plane Is a single seater.
'hat the eeemv pilot has been seen
to hail nut.
Flame.; licking from an engine,
or the shootinr away of in aileron
a whee' or sora- other «wondary
"art. dm't count There is. fur-
HOUGHT For TV Moment j KASTi >N Pa . tune 15 't> P' t The emblem has h.-en in the
Any one itviy do a casual act | B 'lsv R.h,« tnav g.'t. a'l the-cred- Possession of the Faston Public
. , . .... ,. . . thermore. a eomnlvated checkiiig
dents When artillery fires to b' | rrno-diire in reckoning the relia-
bility of tt'ose who say they have
seen a plane destroyed. Formation
fi<?htin" has ren'aeed doe fi^htint
!n Ihis war and oarMelnanto in .11
air battle are oui/zed sera rat el*
ana f>ef>ther. Irtellieenr,- officer-
continue- ■ d ft r itesigning th«- American! Library since 1S21
Aiv .rding ; ,et tald
a former *•
Of good-nature but
tion on them shows it a imrt of i flag which w.is adopt d by can- to Henry F Marx
the temperament.-Sterne ■ -ressjo- .1 resolution Ifit'i years hrarian w-ho wrote a hrief ni?-
■ j ago today but this citv boasts r !ory of the F.aston flag it was
SEEN or Heard Mt and Mrs Stars and Strip s" wloth mav ost to view from around 177"
Edgar Orin ohserxing their j antedate hers by nearly a year until Sept fi. ISM. At that time
Wedding anniversary Rev . Th,. ■ •■n rali' emblem is w- j it was presented to Cant Abra-
Kn^cr Hehard «aying If making J Mev.-d to one that waved atop | ham Horn's company when it
hard to get makes peop'e j th - Northan<n'on f mntv court- 'eft for service in the War of
Want them maybe It u"ht to he . house when the I>s-'aratlon of
hard to go to church . Indef^ndenc «read h re July
■ ■ . j -■
It I. W'Armn saying «h ie >tisi- H 1777 and w as cart a d in the
Hhm up 25 per cent since ration-
In* want Into effect Sunt
JdfF. Bailev saving Acker nar*nts
to send children to m^Viol
War of 1S12 hy an Easton infan-
Th-> flag, wh'ch now is disn'ay-
ed in the lobby of the Easf.on
. C V Welch saylne thev Public l.ihrarv i exactly the re-
lnvr pnd nil w~11 on Corhett verse of th- present Stars and
Jack Rav's official Mt-
to draft board that he la 'n
finally arriving • • • C. It
Da Mm 4
Stripes in that it has the stripes
la the uper left-hand comer and
12 star* encire'ing a single star
la th* blue field.
Cites Two Reasons
Horn's company retained pos-
session of the flae until tflW,
when the East on UnHn Guards
w-as fornv-d and it w*as handed
down to the new organization.
In his historv, Marx cite* two
reasons why he believes this flag
Is the original that was display-
ed her Julv *. 177T:
Divorces "Rio Van Winkle"
OAKLAND. Cal <I P> T omn-
I. Ronner went to h"d on Sent.
16. 1M2. and refused to "et up
until Christmas Mrs Ruth Bon-
the divorce court h'lv.
I Further. sh«* asserted he d'd it
>n purp-ise because she had ure:>d
him to get un ard return to his
oh, at which he ordinarily en its
<7S we-kle The court held that
"in Van Wink' *s -ho«ild not l.c
narriwl. "ranted the d'vorce an''
awarded Mr* Ronner rnmmirltv
propertv consisting of 23 rabbits
and 150 chickens.
HI* HIHaf Wiv*n
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mercer of
Breckenridge have received Infor-
mation that their son. Pvt. Wl'lk?
Mercer, has received his glider
wings. Ho Is stationed at a Camp
tat North Carolina.
Attorney General. Those sections, 'nK his specialized training ul
deal with charging a "reasmanle ;,^my flying schools, ( amden. s
amount" for dues, requiring an- [Cochran Field, Ga., and -Moody
nua' elections (this provision was I Eleld. t«a.
so wonk'd it excluded railroad ,'n *'IVI ",n 'if'1 be was cmplo>
brotherhoods 1, and reinstating 1 ^ * y 'he rhi|* nt Co.
memliers returning fr m thearm^j I'0 ,s 'be hon ol Mr. and Mrs
ed fotces without payment trfjouis Ha/lewood. 1^10 W. Walk.-
n ck dues. 'St- His wife live at 1119 Bar-
This ruling, if sustained iniw*'ll St., Columbia, 's. C.
cnirts. was I'd not effect other! • *
l.ahor leaders have said they : Girl Cadets Will
w«iid seek '■►urt test of '"Attend Dance
act before Its effective date.
Twenty-live or thitly girl ru-
rk'ts wil attend the '*Mh Field
Artillery dance at the USO at
Mrs. Francs Punigan. spoi
Shop of C. H. Brown today was sor, said this afternoon the'
lieing moved to the old fair build- will he room for any cadet to
ing in the south part of th* city, who has not made a reservatio
it was repotted that the Brown
•.ompany is to double its space
Brown Company Is
Moving To New Site
T)oir Found Mad
After Running Away
A dog belonging to Miss Th el-
ma Love, 601 West Elliott, Police
t hief Jackson said today, which
trayed front home Friday has
l>een killed in East'and and found
to have had a severe case of raii-
ies. It was killed Sunday nighf.
and warning was given to |ientil.
wiuth of here if it was known t >
have bitten anything enroute to
The party wll leave the Y. M.
A. al 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Bla
Johnson also'will lie a sponso
MARINE"^OES BACK FOR JAPS
Somewhere In The South PaC-1 ously at Pearl Harbor the plant
Ific, —It's a'long road back, but i which employed fiuion immedia-
Seeond Lieutenant Charles K. j tely began building n special road
e'iminate dttnlication hv havlne j Union, a fighting Marine from to be used in emergency. It * "
them lell the number and tene« 1 Texas, is definitely on his way obvious the Japs soon would be
of en-'tnv nlnnes. direction and an- buck to Sumatra with the Lea-, swarmitn; into the I tides.
e|e of aftjw-k. ran.'e, rounds fired. I thernecks. Jap prrachutists. however, It
and time, place and a It'tude of Guion, recently commissioned a surprise attack cut off thr
>oth our nlanes and tho«e of the! from the rank of roit>oral, was -oad and Guion, together with 1"
-n-mv. | dti'linir oil in Sumatra as a civ- ether Americnti employes, pushei
A siml'ar ririd nroeedure is nn- j ilian when the Jap paratroops *i0 miles to the coast by motor
dnpeone i.; seorin" pnnmv planes i *>otired in a year ago last Febru- < aravan through off-the-beaten-
as "nrohnMy destroyed." For «noh ar>*. A few days later he was 'rack rouds.
a c'alm the plane must be so thor- forced to flee from his refuge In "We blew up our entire plant
oughlv afire that the crew cannot Java when Tojo's armies swept before pulling out." he said,
extinguish t ". Pa-.es- ->P a muxt i through. He escaped again and "Something went wrong at an-
he so heavlie damaged that our' g® through to Australia despite other oil company's refinery near
own "Hots from their evertence. Jap bombers that hamuaed the bv and the scheduled demolition
a^ree it .cannot land uafe'v
A nil"' may -ave s«ee his Nil-
evacuation ship. failed to take place. Next day
'No sooner did Lieutenant Ol- MHed plates roared over and
let. or ea-onr "belts crashirie l«t« Ion get back to his native Texas blasted the plant iato debris."
the ni««t « e of an enemv nlane. then he enlisted In the Marines In the flight to the coast Guion
h„t ml.- If sow« nert of the <-M~ to sUrt hack to Sumatra the noted that the roads were littered
rwo New Patients
n Local Hospital
Reports from Breckenridge hos-
ials today showed Miss Roy Me-
•roy dismissed froii Westsiile.
At Breckenridge Clinic. Mr. r.
McOona'd was i-epirted ;er-
usly ill, and Mrs. Joe Frank of
addoa medical ixitient. I>snn s-
'I were J. W White, Mr- Joe
Smith and baby, Mrs. Walker
yle, Miss Martha Tipton and
iss Patsy Suctions.
NORTH AFRICA. June 15 If
?AF Mosquito bombers pasted It-
■lian and Sicilian targets again
'ast night following a two-Ion
Mock buster raid by Walllrgton
bombers on the Messina Harbar
•'d railroad terminal Sunday
The Mosquitoes strafed the Is-
land and the foe of th- Ila'ian
boot. Hitting railroad stations,
freight yards and sidlr«js at f ie-
sta In southern Sicily, and scoring
hits on a factory, a power plant
v " been «ho can he claim j
that It waa "damaged."
The day ToJ© track tmh |
with- thouj^.ds of abaadonad and and a ralrnad sttlon In the toe pf
Cantlauag On Pu§ *
the Italian hoot
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Hall, C. M. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 285, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 15, 1943, newspaper, June 15, 1943; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131890/m1/1/: accessed May 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.