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Uonliy, X'aven.fc'f 27. 15lt Tnc"isxitT"ccixiosiss 'BIRD SANCTUARY" 1 A the Movie$ 1 j l J THE DAILY CMNTOMAIS eBehind the Scenes ?! jCin HOLLYWOOD V J.Ws .1. r J. :"' . IhtaspitsJ for n ailnwnt tontracld fty HAttlSON CAUOU PmMiCkvt DaSif Except Satarday mat Bsztzt PAI. K MJU.lf Milnietil- Th- (Miisonoiai! praiifcs of "o but dlHfnrilr pi5iJia'-l jld miidf are lnorlainSf moiin-;l 1m Wanifr Rro iflhxl fare-. Anl' and OSd Ln." Warrins L. Cvrf - Editor and Publisher at taw HOLLYWOOD V3.easit 0e- Hon to flj- to l one. . . . niju of tto Kpiiatioa rujrs WUr Cipt. Bob HartKU g. brimr im bv Martha Ray e rit to appear witti Bulh Call er-VitC. 'XkiavUheju'W in Pavy Rath Miliar, flay. be parlfHj for fr Wk. if be "WMr HMf Ti captain -anu and fc brolter plar .Vw y.Jo I ii ban !arr Lou Turti Tom in T Bs'"0- Tro-i n,Kl. Mn itteawHacaa tUttattaa J Tlimic smrojt. j II i: rW 1clv X .fit t p-vi v" V-.l- PhoncSS FbotM33 Wish a fcinidiitaal jJflaii: BcliudJuc fcfK4 MsiJ'. Jaffk Cjiiiwai. IriwiJln Liffi nd vt JjOU-. Ili1 S"3MJ t h It'' ijr MMjtiie Biaa flTar ftiu ftSltf Mouatfmm pSjy CtmxM lyar A'.socurtca . R 1 s Hoimoa CarroU Uailiia'r on I r tv.TO-omi( oirseas a rxaJ r-jla-ran fr t.ay- to fDd Jtaa Pirrre AoirxMt in tofiimd wiT S ricarels errrjr Say. . . . t btf !Bj3mlJ-1p5;'"U7 tuwl of jMiwjip irl rteni iirTTws o tav, tan hr' an oAiiijr. TotaBdav. of bair rxc3 ar.d TwlaiMSa. pin-ap T"1 in 1he 'niTiMT. 'Of tr,t comooeed etlnrir The t naiaiT f"'W b11 "-erer pak Sijr Jiie J . . , C,acahana is! ' Fliea Sal" littuiied. Eu-Ma'lh.ai f-T tl a-ia FofWt plana a two-wee-kaf aifkiT if 3 vaol5on ia Mxxo Orr. Will be irould mwaiJT ir-W'iwliric lo we the reactions of a nircji to BiwwJ- ftjsajjna aa Hie fwn Kpon ea m-av Rial -feal o183r. Sisaima is one off Boflrr- OH I MHI t Ao'Hjii:aoMl Sib- F-e-ar' a'uffi"-! and fBil -aiwll fi"3a- "Fo-VJi JjUf la A J-" atoe 3maajl.ia T3aJtitme S;uaswllay. Tin- ffito Martha Rjit and Maari May-lair- m-ante Jimwr Dor-?- ind fca 1 4- tJse aranls it a radra rijiwr cmacal- .' brwzMSt and nwat oot-fatr from HoUjrwood. :iftl giris. -Meaera'Mie-"' Xicfe.. I ptirtla : mrk. My s1bjt' isn't equal no: Aftur Jfa11e MacDonalr JtotJia's 'but 1 m not lie km of mwUr -ent all ttoe aray to Cli-a inrr artm laves oil bic mfe." jt-hjew. lo bear Jearoetle sine -Fanan." ie bwsn ill amS ewuldBt alund i s v..t In a ie ptrfcuaaaaaoe. K-cn- Tue hfand everrthij-.. FRENCH KETI KX TO WARS. French troops are again covering themselves with honor, distinction and glory in a world war. They have created a rout within the Nazi armed forces who bo ruthlessly overran France in 190. French troops belonging to General Patch's 7th Army have entered Strasbourg. That is a battle attainment which CCTirriJ!i3 'i "One ThOTirarjJ audi ft VTbnevr a fan spei'Ss 25 teata for Onxl WrUde. Ve. thw it a for a pitl-m. PncnT r!etai bur ItirAcal eitjTiaiiaiicm. A jwaaenoe rf VlIT Statup. pa il aa a book. flbe tedtamal Saffltjinr calls far , awiogrsiA Jibe bo and retmr Wild to fT' cjilraiMie into a : to u a nm imt! a piwio- m tlw lat ii lmtaslSw. aSiie done. Ifcflf harem ty laamTg himself iicio Wb Eettx nmm aurri-ne-a at a KMflJ.wwo hi jilxks: En UIR1H SoaMiiiii'. MmAmf H-ear-Wanminr rpHiaDoe ll'ia Loirwwe UF n4 Oatry Co Ur iiai I'airaimaiaiii "Tb- &ivbt i Dr. Wasw-lU" fiTOTSiw a4n- rjj- itivaiil 4 lj' rair lliin JiiflTaii. TiiiiwitilUM' a'iiaaiai Fmive4 fur CPi! B. fcw-MjlSe. ar-rtn Sunflar an I Wiitoi Tar-3iis. ilisrj ifc iasl .11 Ciiuiu.2id'3' 5rt iriH(itt.fi min' 'MtiW iau3-wn rma Ja'.ai w4rilf Imnutw iiirr itfli' aianw- N8i C'liiiii m'lKB nuKTuiriKiH llim H-fl flyi1 dBu'dv.. Al-n iil nliit ji:f i- B3a4i. a?i 5-?1-SirtOl. Ir3i21i!fc 1'lKiHrf.. OrfO 1 itiuB'Mlnai aiatfl ftiusnflatlfi KHfl' iwiii- '"Wnttii'aR p'ji.T'ifvp Rnftii ibe 'fliT'ew fcer efnfinfid. iwc cjsctb uriy is of decisive strategic refrains. One of the most interesting portions of :( that news dispatch was that this most, rapid allied advance had been made by the j 2nd French Armored Division sunder the j command of General Leclerc. That in it-1 self is proof positive that the armies of I France have at least taken their place as j fighting units armed and equipped as of I the nineteen-lortaes not as oi wio. The break-through in that area a-mounts to amazing military accomplishments for it was made despite the most difficult mountainous country. !:lik;3' ull. 85oli:rd. ' Wik-rjt-Jd Tj-iiti. li to t-l OMabane liiSBriea ifliiii: Hoidiniui H"uiA'TBi1' '"j1!iij ieEbiiitE jurjtirieE 'ia tocinr 3roi-fflcmaad orn-iKli. men i waV. Ferris Itfl year taaM J Taking a Backward Glance J asra aroanfi IX. Be Stat anfi 2eifi a swrnp wtft t!i Suesmy nTc boa a 9n kL "Xw." amies Itmra2ES -arctoefilja. IncMeaBlaflay. B&aa, "f n btS aaa feuta Hi tXEniam as recE3zi lus buo4 sa'Dima foera s n4ie mrrnaa vibo teacmr i a 1 teae may oow tnmrapener Be4.1T Bfullffi." . (j Jhaamw-lff. - - - ABim Reirboflt. n " Bof Jeaaa. w g-aaap jte-oes ralfls rjs- aLBtrt oeletff t prt tbsk ' Ane Casta BemaiMaa. -few a;1 JCeailnneas VLaj-irn Viati- tffltiT boy for tt Mmrrajr rod Jdhn Ccrote. "Ttrtr'Te Tcffls. HHe's B.tfl AMioitt's fiLimj&im.l bunfeMiAcaas-MciirsfiEfi-Tip to fftsr-annrs: teneia te a Tbe3 44- itn'9 ljciiie ra tibe ''big" tTOTnotrt tf fwrnmne aaatnes ftw j-ojiwi anfl itleniy f fttnsi to L. A FreFjcrajfcMW - a !" Marxh-a atnfi Bj,dj wiffl uui i-acaatioa benefit iSsJMe al CSro'. ciLtl wul&i a subck-jft 6i ftjead ctf M Olimaao wltin to !f.t-. ".it Moci&ctoB anfl Ti StracdcT a Ciraer fw krm. Laoe- Hi.v ai-utii. "Hie IUAt iiH Tff pct ttv-oaoffw : Pit X-eaafflfr mitft uciie Cfc'-iiw dtLiiteT -a! :SLine Hirtttm traaaer ctf fcia Kt Big-WatfL-er .fljiuinw McMti'hs nor: vul TSie Csffe Tawokt; JrBEfie CfciA itfc a Fin( f cAttej9F ind j-eiJ;F ;-wilih Paid Brookf aft tfhe Berei!ljr leiuth iiellff- thtda he )ctf En- - Masncv Ccto. c?- fiilj'! . Fa-, iiai "beai ArJcmjs Jilcur -of Che Pliatam. "jB iraaJ one 1-cir smtvk ai'boiit Flbt Offiow titrt S.Wtp jueot toiaalhaay -tate WC One Aut-ry. He's mem- ftiu a wtfiuar ;1ie ttnT neraea. - - HcttlyyoBc a:r Irfc-nHport run toelween !Dallaf ecuine JU nn as iwottl Iter aJbe Sisal said Ix Anpfks. - . - mr Come- 'a Luaai Aumt. Be sutre vn a woritienl Rttti !nk ia in a it on. art ('lltH-. jit 1,e ini no Ciuj-j jih ISC Otlll iresiikiric is jitme per- 1 The 1st trencn Army in ine xwui , ti:rv : mneirl .fiisabjinr. "aTape aons. rri- appajenlly turned northward, having cap-;! 1111 cal aq3enue amtl trrjniS inum-ance noBt6 'weie IUCl 1IIIC Will. j lrli 1'lijK irt'-iiiiii; wi iqiid Tiiaaatt-riMhus Way ali'ir aiumnii. llr. unfl Mm W. U. lOnrisli. iixi vill. I'll, if 11 cimm of Dr. nifl ler. W. .'. K'Tk?' it BJikCkaiuili mrwl.. Mtk. Kot1 as n tiiuwir f Mm. K-HtT- tared Mulbouse, ana reaccea sumx!. Therefore, it appears that a great French pinoer movement is taking place the southern arm being the 1st French Army: TIm- Aiiiricau !L-H?ioB auinKtr-l ,ruv -A'iiin, -ill :3u -o't'kicli. TIm- liitQe ined fiisji2r8 caHefl "rawt- ems" itre mtt 'h&r&y w lying up ) (plant or viiit-E. The vme tit ucwereJ M'ixh joen jjaper arnfl liiei'tdcme aica it ncttinp;ib. Thty auie tru:i aiti j ttfH iruie. and tnenoruiern urancn, mtxnu aiw . iV(j uplK)rtulli1T dur uli Division. Hiat in itself almost of neces- hh sity means that all of the German -units to ' n-mivv: i.u-i t i.- r'. w the west of the Ehine in the YoBges moun- , ; - - ! tains south of Strasbourg are at least neu- ;l hir, tralized from further effective defensive j ti lUck tti- una i- . ;li-rem and ill' wiKioLiitii'iMR action. : iu vtiich Hh- j--lieTBil lw iw It means that the entire southern por- pu)1d vt1 vi. Clirda ) n-tion of the German defense line in the abivHcuu L:iim um at luiiutint r.r.m Onchninv cnnl.1i o the to I he ucwi ol the unaVru-kica. MIGVOVC EBEQUAllI VOLF I MAR CIOTDING KaiiiKtil imi I 1 i&woiKliili it kI) iu Etutta luM m hf Mm. MHla V.'lij1!. iujwnpuiitiiii rMtarir -of 1 iw ".uuiny FHOJ'aiijL ij iCJuLik. !h wit iu-iiMi 10 KULnj Hit' vuU? jjuliit.dially id'WJ- nJt-flow vS tli- K K'rom rH atD. wliii-h is now 'Jli 'jirut'T'. Al llif luwuun. Mvti. '. H j MTi; n'HF niniMid tial--K 3iuiiULt-,'i ! mid Wi'K. Kuiu iU;'.muii. 4ulIHilj ihanaiif-r 4i1 ili- l-owiiHliiji. is!. Alice fullarti Wdrrit; Trrt- Hum.- is .viwihiE Curini:' -tin- Thankwrivjiie liol-idwe with Airs, tianiii MurruT and fiaaih oi JilHfkUlHIl Kir--!. Mr. atid lire. S. C. u!ir and Mr. and Mvk. F. T. K'l fnu-r-li.itiHd Morula?' -vfiiina al HH' H: ulu lioilif iiu j; iiK'Kiiiuu inrcn. with b dinner 1ur lb( .im'iiesrra ill 1 he JUfUindim -rliurrll. fiflc'li llJllilirT (if Ibr orrlllra -V''l'e . jircwm and lirniflil llii'ir innl.ru-uivnUi. Jlusii-sl wlciiunii v-r-iiinvpd i:ti't' dinner. G S5 ar Alarum - oiS7ftt&UTE.y eir xms rnfis aiv-c,iv. The tm- Kmikrnp C-tmnnificiion -tofluy wrt a-OttMi -u. an. tw. 4 a, ifr- time and tlul-e f-or lbe itrrnmh hp.nThie vrhivh is to -re.ctie liie wrtablitihiwirl -of "brfcncti uf Tlw-Ciiifcn iBmi'-k -ol' W'i'OH 3kw! atnsnrdiii ftw a 'Vuilil 9iww rtLifc-' -jiai.cb io 5:).LJy Clixtoirinn. aiawau ! batbroom. 1 eleven Mwi al iilT lo.rn.OT reqjmse M a caH i ,.,, w ;,. tw-, brfaind her- It as then en Swiss border, has been collapsed and in effect forced back to the Kiver Rhine. That almost of a certainty will cause tit; 10 ine j:od l'urjjow 1 i'-cioii jtrniutii inK . Iiiiip in mind 1 hi ni-HTUiiinw-'uv. the withdrawal of the Germans, at least to Dr. cJimwjt aoMl ! w Drue white, and i time dock in the aftemoim. a degree, north of Strasbourg, in order xo , ,. Mlul,i aie it BeemeS Jeter ticaime tf the a-rk rtax- Fhaiy, J.me ai4. ""h bronrla -hiia in ? "nt fnui lihn"" IZZ. -nil? 'JZ Dri to e uj-ard clean. f the lijrbl with Thati c- j j d uleii rtfa .Gte-ur s wiusual auriety i " . - . . , , keep their entire line from being flanked. mi ' However, we must remember that ap- Z narentlv as vet the Ehine "has been crossed f.r,,lav. N,. ,, ,i in- uihih Tli1 twinTir. it -ummmfHa. will b iuli!ie i.ud win W -nun-; dticwfl ill Tlw OiiiTun City HilII,; w-iilj O. KiboTii. a'Kie-clmir-. lnim ol tiie tMmniifif!ion. JmHLill2;., J1 :!iluiiiHfl thai the iH-ar-int. in 1 1 . its inKuiiH1. i1 .a martT ul rmiiiiit' irowdin;e wiiiii jie-eurdinc 10 lii mum be JoJlowfl itior to The w.abiivtrmiit 4rf iik Tiiwikinc -iirfciiuitiou in mty -city., tleniirimd to cuaxd itpaiiHSi itK1 JUieiiiiu: f iww hiiliyie ill Jo-rartits Hln-ady iidwjuately wrved. SMil'r ii' iudav Tur r vii li1- dav v.'ilb Tht- maid rwLUcwejd. "'"iieewaffi-"B'M'wtikI Anfl "Who alse'' mr. Nirlry mid Mr. teier Eu'ber- He's a friend, ati school &jea4 uf 3Cr. Craig' 's 7lv. ami IslHi'kmuu iri"1 'h-ri i'liliiT, Jud.. v ti'ri- lit h ovr Tliai tHirii iui: sii-if- in a -no -nlace in this southern sector of the r ciirisum tiem. Craic Brent, was the irffl n-dicjrtitm fcarah had that her attrac- thruKt the tabbt imo my iiand and Kaia to Anna in a whinper thai wuf mwiis hilt. A HI'-h;Iij.' id i-' -"- 4ont remember 5fim. xVa at chilled and cnld a the rain out- J front, and if the Germans fight at all in defense of that river it will be with fanatical ferocity. it Ca05yiV07aZ By Eugene Shcffer it i '1 it 'xjwr.i-Hi to Le mere forniiiJ-i;y in ihi jiiKlunee. fU-d Clrone vorkerp in Clinton Hre nrolline a BUbKtantial num- B 1 1 111 IJ I I " tive ycunf: friend was acQuatnted with the Bretrt-. Arms reluctantly takes them to Craie'e room. Sarah is aelline the story. CHAFTEE TW O It -was a larpe bedroom, unlry. so the big. canopied four porter in tlie middle of it outlined bulkiry arainftt the pray lirht from the -win-owf alone tlie-MMH4itwaL There wbp a fireplace with a eouch drawn up before h :nd the massive slwpes nf loo much and too heavj' furniture. Then I f I'rue.and nhe vai- kneei-inp at tlie side of the bed -with her liead tiown. Anna trave a -waveruijr little sound, a kind of anjrry mtmn. She went to a table nd turned on the lipnt in a lamp thai stood there. Then I .could see more clearly; a man iay on the hed. lookinp wry lone under the whit blanket oover. ber nf meniiiern and are uuiianiK ui h tunri fur nw- here. Only a Itnuiil) f!-f"ui ol lit- untnw coi-iiOt'B oil! nf town to thf-! uat imial h;ii!u;(riers. fthhs IJ"inir'- "Werrinuin wrved i n a snlk:itnr !tr ni'uilMTshipti on 'HaTurdiiV. oeruijtyiin: a IkwiIi in t.i- Ui'bb ami (;i!nnre office, the 1MYAL INDIANA OPERATORS. Employes of the Indiana Bell Telephone Company are to be commended highly for sticking to their posts instead of joining in the phone operators' walkout that started in Ohio and spread even to Washington. D. C. The Indiana staffs put loyalty to their government ahead of personal interests. Communications is a vitally essential service at any time, but is absolutely required to keep the machinery of production going during war. It shouid not be interrupted because of any personal grievances. There undoubtedly is merit in the case of those operators who took such drastic means to express dissatisfaction. However, they lost sight of the greater goals of the nation as a whole. It is imperative that such disputes in these times should be handled through the War Labor Board in orderly manner. inUcu;d iiitproxiniai'ly fTi from .lie lollovin: who urolied ab uwmb": 11. M. Peiureulh. Aire. Hlaifb til -husk. ir. 'lubb. Faith " t a irnirn. I Hnttau Hallrine. C wLiplirluietti. Harold Mack. Mrs. bee Hnin. MnrMhal) Kobb. John and Drue had her laoe on hie nano : hich lay -outside. ; Anna st-epped toward the kneel- irr. lpndr ihrure and said softly. ! (TiluiouT. K. W. Powell. i. -'un . M. H-djs. Marl: b- Oh. you mustn't- 11 hie lather iindc you here . . ' lrne lifted her head. She had flanfreff her hat. so her liphi brown hair, brushed upward from ht?r tem-plet and fareaknif into short curU on titt to?! ol her small hfad. ehone i n hH 1 WFTTll sheveled, like a uhiid's. Her face was very pale: site looked upward J-r- vAAW mr i j ill' rrri i i Tj.- kr, li ury iioore. . j. i harry Kuiiim. Mm. Everett H'-lm Jrt Huffman and Mar--.:aP Kri. Wr. mif Wr. r. Newliti of Him iitret't hud llir KueBt-y At rday aftfrnmui "Mr;. NwliiiV i: . her. Jlrs. AVilliv Vautht. and - r. Visual of Iior-dule. A!) Kathi"en jiitlej-. daughter ( ' ,1r. Kitti Mrs. Jeorise HJUW oj f"eui'r, hu return-d inHiK lrum I'l liiiun TilWh't!tl -h4i. it- iiu proving. M MiUr 4 j--mv-m ff.ituieui inr iiniiriiis. JHf: Martar-'i -Vilb-r of l.rnisi ().. w;:s a cul oi aWr. and Mrs linb.Tl Fiwier and lainily t lit veW;jmi. Thursiliiy Mo Miller aiid Aliiw Aki Fosht unend'd fii w-dditif 41 .Mi Jtlarnia Lnrii. at Itidum.Lpnlih. a -iUper-viwir of nv Indianaimlis hoimil wfltt vam lormriy a eiaKSiiiait. I sttod -there looking down at any patierrtCraif Brent. sidr. ''Anna, who shot him?" iwat frown inc. "1 he here? Staj Well. ti;at pave me a real and ijur in the house 1" most urwelcoiue start; it wa tne 1 "Yes. Mips inie. Be and Mr. first l"d known of tnpu They had .Nicky and Beevens heard the ahut; uuid at the rejrmtry ofiiee (or rath- they were ui tne mommfr roomand er 1 remembered suodeniy, Itrue , Beeven was locking np lor tne had caid when ene permided me to ' mrht. Mr. Crair culled lor help, tae tne case with her t tisut there 'c and they loond him e'd lainaed it-ei, r.u am dent. Not tnat it wa a by that lime. The doctor was called shotrtinr aeciaent. 1 don't like 'at onoe. Air. Brent ok, jroa nasi uhoolinirs. J held the tablet in a jrf.f Tu can't stay. t nartc suQdeii?y ffone s;ifT. Drue paid no attention to the Anna snoot tier head. "They raid maid pieadinp. "Who's heen tak- VBT1CJlL 1. robust 2. indigo dye 2. mock 4. making & holt 5. juicy plant C. Epportion 7. exactly fc. shallow faetieerhiTurly at Anna and wnhv ped. "If lie pomr to die"" "Nn, nu." cried Anna. "Jo. please Sod " There wive s moment oS comtilete silence, with only the fine ram wius-perinp ajramwr tne wmdowrranes. Then Drue said, "No. 1 wont tet mir, die. J'm a nurse. I know what io oo. . . Her finpere were on his pulse. 'Where m the chart? The doctor mun hove lefi orders. i)w them to me . . ." Anna vrerrt imel: to a table, nr.d Drue rose in a sw:1 motion and followed her. I went closer to the bed and stood there looking down at my patient Craif Brent, fie was asieen. Obviously ft wsf b drujrped sleep. I didrl know. then, what was wtotu;, and 2 didnl like ihe drawn 4C. twofold 4b wall of separation in mine 50. c; :U ilto bl. n- .work off mrtads 52. miss one's aim fiC. furtive look &4 . observer i0 bom Federal agencies took a hand to end 1 the tieup. yet early resumption of normal services does not alter the fact that dam-age was done. Indiana's operators had no ; part in the walkout. The public appreci-; ates their understanding and their devo- j tion to the war task at hand. Indianapolis Star, j Myitkyina, Burma Lieut. Gen. Daniel Sultan. Commander of U. S. Forces in ' India and Burma, revealing that a new oil pipeline from India to Burma will be ex- tended to China: "This is the artery; through which we will pump a transfusion j UOK1ZOVIAL 1. uply crorifi 4.tiiump fc. crust over & bore 12. cuckoo 2'J.in excess 34. aperture 3Tj. set free 17. voiclfti escutcheon ms care of him? lnu!" Answer to Saturday's puzzle. aeeiuem, ' oe wnispered. Ju fact, i our whispeir and the dreary duy, I Te?.. Ulist Itrue. And TOrs. Chi- lA'RlA'Mr? 5'EtN ui- suent in the great, tmek- ery. frhe came Tiptrt away e she aiwavF doer when we imed bar. She walied house and the rain apamst I aV Sit ''-iiO't 9. involving tiic r-erebral , . cortex 10 wholly ll.ramniig IC '--orrect y. fate 22. expansible 24 bark-clolii 20. pitcher 2C- web-Iootefl ; bird 27. edible j rootstock j 2b. brood 2V rnakelike j lxrib j 53. bearenly ' j body ! C5. impair I 3 Chnstran festival 36. lively canoe 41. vehicle or heavy loacte 4?,. l"al claim 44. 44(' snuaw ya;' 4"j. m tms ria( 4; ain m water 47. runner tree 41-. honest iin3 look in hit face, young and lean, tne v. mdowr pave the whuie t:nnr a stayed all nurht. She helped the with rood hone, a rather stern kmc of eermess. liruc't smali aanos awuir fet tne ouUet airL 'BuIiet ' whispered Drue a?er 3? fum n-fein iy.-iplencior 21.lu.ish 2:i.o mineral most miserly tnf d rooii CI. rod 'j'J. sheltered f:'l? ww. point ol ianu jutting into Tiea "4 a bow CD. of a bony caufht Anii't Fhoulders. you must tel me. What 'a -moment and Keemed to shiver sv Anna. iittte. and 1 loosae at late tablet in iianpeited? Clean Jelly Ctatto To keep your jelly ci'th clean and Bv.ec:. first rinse off sB tne Iruit puiv wrtn eoid water. Tneu cover a w:tn coiri water m an enameJ settle ana br:n just to a boil; men rinse put toe cioti: and dry. into the body of China. Leyte. Philippine Islands. Brig. Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, resident commissioner to the United States: "I am certain of an early American victory in the Philippines." SS 'J doi.'t know."MiF Drue.l rwear browT. profile, and deeply hollowed yee. 1 didnl hite his pulse either when I put my finp ers liptitly on his wri Whatever this mac. this house and the people in it mean: to Drue, to me then, the mam tmrp was my pattern. I'me ad the maid had withdrawn with Tn-- chart to a cur- I doi.'t know. They fouiiO aim ir. the rarocii. there by tne iieajre - -"It: the raruet:? Wnen?1 Last nifrht. About eleven. Tiiey cameo him frto tne house and sent process my nana. IV lie waited while 1 TeaB "it. I knew she waf watcninjr aoe to see what 3 thoupht of wnat I read there anc J knew. too. that she wa eoujn-mr on my ekill and experieiiee. Tnat wab wny she had maat jih come wiin hex. (Tv be eontinued) of eaon tiiie 1 tamed doorway wh:cn eemed t for the aoctor. lead to a dre!nf ronm. 1 followed, j "But what did they say? How ankie ?. FWeetmeal S. sweet potato 40. unit ol pnsu'e 42. Kihhcal TmI Feel' Aitl Oriviap Ic? tne monotony of driving alone at na?rrt n.aue you sieepy? Try takm? off your shoes. Tnif a ihe advice of Homer Garriscci Jx., curetior of stale puiica, Texas. j It was a email room, wrtn wmaowe eouiu mere have seen ax aeciaent. life Span of 100 Years May Come. Headline. Which will put an additional strain on the old-age pension systems. alonf one s.de and ctmhoarUf iinmr - ney saio ie was ciean tLe others al tne otner wi of uun." Amu. eyes wavered asc

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