Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 182, Ed. 1 Monday, March 30, 1942 Page: 2 of 4
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6lv« i Book for Victory!
The Graham Daily Reporter, Monday, March 90,1901
Boy Defense Honda and Btnnpo
—Britain "bn offered India full
dominion status at the earliest
possible date after preliminary
negotiations with Indian political
Aa a dominion, India would have
the right to secede at its own
rhoice from the British Common-
Direction of Indian defenses
must remain in British hands dur- -Sunday amid acclaim that their
American military leaders at his
headquarters on means of further
strengthening defenses and pre-
paring an offensive, Australian
communiques announced that at
least seven and possibly nine Jap-
anese planes were knocked down
in Saturday’s raids on Darwin and
LONDON.—The British com-
mandos, sailors and .airmen Who
raided St. Naaaire Saturday re-
turned home to a heroes’ welcome
ing the war, he said, but the war
Cabinet intends to organize the
military, moral and material re-
sources of Hindustan with the
cooperation of the Indians.
Cripps’ plan invited Indian lead-
ers to take part immediately in
uthe councils of their country, the
Commonwealth (of British na-
tions) and the United Nations."
dock-shattering attack was the
most brilliant and daring Brit-
ish amphibious operation since the
Zeebrugge Mole in Belgium.
WASHINGTON. — American-
Filipino forces have hurled back
a new Japanese attack on the Ba-
taan Peninsula front with heavy
losses to the enemy, the War De-
partment reported Sunday, while
artillery fire from the island fort-
resses smashed a concentration of
WHEN you recognise a
but cannot call his name it
your mind is fading faater than
DON’T fret because you can’t
get a chance to lick a Jap person-
ally. You can get a lot of satia-
faction out of licking a Defense
HEADLINE —“You and
Have An Axis To Grind.”
■k wiD urfaa the war.
Loafing wfll Ians it. The show-
drive Mb people to week harder
than we are willing to work. There
is uo ana to Alee ua. We must
drive oaraefsuB.”—Business Week.
"Materials we can assemble and
fabricate into' weapons of war.
Men we can ssefailiie and train in
the arts at inertial. But the spir-
IT seems that Hiuer court* Roal preparedness which makes
trouble instead of evading or heroism pnesflilr and sacrifice easy
avoiding it. Reports are that he to bear cannot isurge from a self-
intends to marry when the war is centered, mMgent people. ’—The
over. United 8totea New*.
definitely is calling the tune after) small, hostile boats off Patungan
sharply: reducing Japanese hitting i Beach.
power, And a new phase of the: --
about to begin, ynilitary observers
While Gen. Douglas MacArthur
started a week of important con-
ferences • with Australian and
war in the Australian theater is * RFAD IT from page 2
"Really, this isn't fit to eat. .It
seems as though everything goes
wrong every time I start to bake
a cake. I’m ashamed to put this
one on the table."
MARCH came in like a roaring
he lion and should go out as docile
as a dogey lamb if there is any
truth in the old saying.
WHEN cars are gone we will
probably read of accidents caused
by banana peelings or icy pave-1
ment, not to mention the danger-
He is a great man who accepts
the lemons that fate hands out to
him and uses them to start a1 — For Victory: Bay Bends
Today, mlrsrnra are just as vit-
ally necessary to any healthy in-
dustry, with or without products
to sell. A salesman sells npt only
his products, hat himself and his
company. Proof of this will be
forthcoming amply in . the next
few year*.” Modern Selling.
A hick town is a place where
it’s cheaper to feed your neigh-
bor’s rhiekras than to have a next-
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k - A • . .
Strategy is the planning of warfare.
Tactics is the execution of those plans. -
Logistics, the third branch of military science, is the supplying of
everything necessary to strategy and tactics—in the right amount, at
the right place, at the right time.
Now, in total war, we must apply the science of Logistics to all of
our activities as a nation—civilian as well as military. WE-ALL are
part of the Victory Program.
Our supply lines are literally life lines of the United Nations.
Man-power and munition-power are the controlling factors. * -
' Today, logistics dictates strategy—determines tactics.
Congress has appropriated billions of dollars but it cannot appro-
priate one-single second of time. -— ———7—
Time favors those who appreciate it as the priceless commodity it
In war, when we save time we save lives—and we make our indi-
vidual contribution to Victory.
1 Department of Logistics
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NOTICE OF ELECTION
Pursuant to the provisions of
tl.e Charter of the City of Gra-
ham, Young County, Texas, notice
is hereby given that an election
will be held at the City Hall in
the City of Graham, Texas, on
the first Tuesday in April, A. D.
1942, the same being the 7th day
of April, A. D. 1942, for the pur-
pose of \ electing the following
For MAYOR, Two Year Term.
G. D. HINSON 41
iFor Alderman, Position No.
One, Two Year Term, on the
Board of Aldermen of the City.pf
J. B. FORE
For Alderman, Position No.
Two, Two Yjpar. Term, on the
Board of Aldermen of the City of
R. L. SCHLITTLER
W. H. Kennedy a'nd J. H. Cori*>
have been appointed Judges of
I, F. F. Parrish, Secretary of
the City of Graham, Texas, here-
by certify that the above named, ,|,
have duly filed their names. as
rnadBriatll for the respective po-
sitions on the Loard of Aldermen
of the City of Grahcm, Texas, affd
that they are duly qualified to be
elected as such.
Witness my hand and the Corp-
orate "seal of the City of Graham,
Texas, at Graham, Texas, this the
28th day of March, A. D. 1942.
(Seal) . F. F. PARRISH.
Secretary, City of Graham, Young
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Luker, Phil E. Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 182, Ed. 1 Monday, March 30, 1942, newspaper, March 30, 1942; Graham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888474/m1/2/: accessed November 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.