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up of left Sgt. Mrs. Carl Tiefenbach, center, and her five sons, all in the Army Navy. The boys are: At top, Vernon, left, and Arthur; bottom left to right, Alfred, Leo and Roger, the last a prisoner of the the Philippines. as the heroines of Mother's Day these two local mothers--residing service. Of these ten, one is a prisoner of the Japs. He fought mothers are engaged in indus trial war employment in St. Joseph Cut In Meat M Planned Subsidy Will Cost Press) May 8.--A two- federal program the American was reported author- to be under consideration adminstration followed, yesterday's that meat, subsidies will be to Page Seven) Assigned O f f i c e m., May '8.-Maj, Cohen, 816: East Main Harbor. Mich., has been of internal security at. Port: Sheridan, H. E.. Smith who transferred \to. the University FOR MOTHER Schrafft's, Bunte's, Lambert's WOO, at TenilorUl Bd. Baniart -Adv. rs. Carl Tiefenbach Learns Missing Son Alive, Prisoner Of Japs Mother's day tomorrow will be ai happy one in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tiefenbach 1508 Bernice avenue, St. Joseph. There are five Tiefenbach boys in the armed services of their country.- country.- The first one joined up some five years ago. The last one to go-the go-the baby of the lot--was 18-year-old Leo. He left a few weeks ago. One No Longer Missing What will make Mother's day tomorrow tomorrow in the Tiefenbach Home so auspicious is that the older of these five sons--Roger-- is no longer listed listed among the missing in the government's government's casualty lists. A year ago this week Corregidor fell. It marked the end of the gallant gallant defense of McArthur's outnumbered outnumbered Army in the Philippines. Later, word came through that Roger Tiechenbach was "missing in action." Month spassed and ' ho ' other word .came. Then, about two months ago,' a telegram, from' the-War department department brought tidings that Roger Tiefenbach was 1 a prisoner ol the Japs. Thus was dissipated the dread fear that Roger Tiefenbach might be dead--and ao this y^Uwr's day his mother and his father happy with the thought that some day when an exchange of prisoners is made their older son, Roger, be coming home. She Works At Canning Â» Mother of five boys serving their country, Mrs. Tiefenbach was found yesterday at work with a force of other women at the House of canning plant in St. Joseph. Smiling, happy, the bloom of youth still on her cheeks, this mother sto:d working at an assembly assembly line where an endless row expressed to glass jelly, jars, brimfull flowed evenly of strawberry and smoothly past .her station. From each one she dipped a spoonful of the jelly-head spacing they call It. "Oh, it was such a relief to learn that Roger was alive," said Mrs. Tiefenbach. "Even if he is a prisoner, prisoner, wa have hope now that he be coming 'home some day. We've written him, just like the Red says. And we're hoping that some 'day a letter will come through him." '. .,- :.Â·'. Â· -':Â·Â· Pose for a picture? Sure, smiltd this happy, busy .war mother. (Pleas* Turn to Page Eight)