Zorida (Driscoll column) 1941

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Zorida (Driscoll column) 1941 - only hear. call how on a Mr. ac- de- weeks...
only hear. call how on a Mr. ac- de- weeks re'.:serve and be * * * Wandering along East 52d street on a recent afternoon, I met a beautiful lady whose face recalled old time*. With my customary badsight, leading to bad manners, I'd have passed along, wondering who ' it might be. But the lady stopped and we talked'Of scenes and far and near, She was Zoralda, wife of my friend, General George Warburton Lewis, of Kansas, Arkansas, Porto Rico and the wide earth. Mrs. Lewis related that George, lanky prairie gentleman whom I first met in Porto Rico when he head of the military police there, now writing for a. living. He contributes contributes to magazines specializing in adventure. She is teaching Spanish in the Berlitz school. Sheihad just received news of death of her father. He was Minister of War In the Nicaragua!! cabinet when she met George, who operating an army down there. George's specially in life hns been training armies in tropical countries and putting them through their two or three revolutions. The General's last big military was training the army of the Republic of Liberia after Harvey Firestone planted the country to rubber. * * ·

Clipped from The News-Palladium14 Aug 1941, ThuPage 2

The News-Palladium (Benton Harbor, Michigan)14 Aug 1941, ThuPage 2
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