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Adahooniłigii. [volume] (Phoenix [Ariz.]) 1943-????, November 01, 1943, Image 3

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One of the most important events in the United Nations fight against the
German submarines occured about the middle of October* A country called Port- .
ugal told the ..United rations . that .United .Nation ships and • planes could use the
islands called Azores us bases from which to fight the German submarines,
Battle Preparations in the Fycific
There was no- heavy fighting in'the Pacific during the first par's of
October * Several small. fights have occurred. The small fights make- it appear
that very aeon heavy fighting vri 11’ begin,
Parly in the war the Japanese captured an island' called ante from United
States Paninas, The Japanese built a large .airfield on '.Take island, united
States war ships and planes attacked Wake Early' in October, .. The, .irfield .ud
a number of pianos mere destroyed.
United States Marinos* captured an island, named Nunumsa without. • x'i. ht*
*This places United States oldiers in a position to att \ck: the GilbcrU In la: Us,
The Gilbcrt.lslands are a very important part of Japan* s defense lino*
The Japanese have boon trying to retrod; from the islands called the
' Solomons, The boats they have been’ using, have been attacked m.my times by
Amcrican* ships and American Pianos, The .'Japanese say they have s.evcd most of
their soldiers * The Americans* claim that many .of the. Je pane so boats ir.,vo fee-;.
■destroyed and soldiers killed.
General Mao Arthur * s men have be an trying for a long time bp dri .a
Japanese'from important points on the largo Island called Ivvr Guinc T . 1
September the places celled 3alamaua end Lao v. re captured, Early i:e 0.0 bob: r
a place called Finsclihaven was captured*. ’ ' .
Rooorts oarlv in October s .id that British soldiers had 1 aided in Jurra,
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Columns 3 and 4) .
DRAFTING OF FATHERS
The Army needs more men, . There one not enough single va-: r and .married
man without children for the army. Now 'nor: married men with children ..ill be
called to servo their country. There arc already many married Navajo men in
the army. This now call will take ttoro men from the resorvatior ,to serve their
country in its armed forces.
The './if . and children will lie paid an allotment of aorvy each
. Papers must be filled out by the Navajo draftee before the wife and
children can get the allotment of money, . Every Javajo who goes iebo the vr\ .d
forces should find out v/hat nepers ho must fill out to get the allotment, .before
ho loaves the reservation ho should go to Window Rock or his District buyer visor
to get help, lie should check with the Census Office at Window Rock ox- have .
District Supervisor chock for him to sec that the names, ages, and e-.nees nnaW.rs
of each member of his family, is -correct. If he' docs'; rot get the nam. , a , -ad
census number of his wife and each child dorrcot, ho' may not lx able to yob the
•allotment of money for them. If you arc dhaftod, check carefully to go; every
thing straight before you leave the reservation for the -.rrac'd forces.
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