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i'ACJE TWO BLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.); COURIER NEWS £ Friend Entertains EovtOatrOf-Iovyn Visitors'; • Mrs. -,J." r p. -Priend f «ntertn|ne.d with" an Informal supper party last nigh! complimenting two out-of- town -guests, and ft long-time friend recently transferred 'jo, ,Bl ylhe.vllle Army Air; field. ' t ..Honorees ...nt the ; flffalr, yhtch was"attencied by "12 guests, were Mrs/!" Harriett' • Ferrell ' and !ier granddaughter, Miss Dorothy Jean L.voti; both .•)( St. Louis, who, are v biting' Mrs. ..£.' E. •• Btncy ; find; lief daughter, Mrs. J. C. . Kinnlngham, and,Pfc. Joseplllnc Leach. , Slipper was served on the lawn, nnd'^hc guests spent .the evening in Informal , entertainment. , '..; ' -t* ' :- . I Mrs, Robinson' Is. Hostess ; Roses anil', sweetpeas attractively decorated Mrs. . Edwin -Rpbinson's apartment. yesterday., morning ..when blie - entertained • members of the Friihiy Luncheon ; Club . ; a,nd (ivo guests, Mrs. Charles ; digger ,Jr.', aJid'.Mrc. A.' n."Wetei)kamp of Rosvell, N. M., honseguest of her mother, Mrs. E..M.' ; Terry. After .several hours: of .bridge, .the hostess served , a salad plate with iced* drinks. ) High score prize was won by Mrs. MarX'ln Nimn, , while Mrs.-RgMnson had. second high. \ • ,'»...»...* ; Mrl- Miller Complimented ! On^irthday^Anniversary Members of : Bnai;Brlth of. Temple Israel were , guests .last : .night"-, of Meyer .Graber ; aiid .Louis': Applet Imijn who entertained with irblrlhr day., party , celebrating ,tho ./70th birthday of Ike .Miller.. of Blytlic- vine; ' More .thim.GS gue^U attended; the stag-party,, which, ivas, given s at t!ie Glcncoe Hotel. A'JHinnjmoth birthday cake, ablaze with, birthday candles was ,.a ; -fea; tura. of . the decorations. \ At Use HojpHali '' Blythevtlle* Hospital i Adriflttcd- Mrs. Buster Richardson, .city. Dismissed — : Mfs. E. 0. Ashlej\and:. baby, city. Mrs. Alfred C;.Edguiird,. and baby city,, Mrs. Dorothy -Mari e Salmons, city. - . Walls Hospital ' Admitted— - Mjs' Victor Crocker, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed— .-"..ji'iV- ., : : Mrs.,\Valter:.b''Nenl, city. Hulon Holmes, 1 ' city. Sammy. -Shcsrin," city. ' "3Hemi)his Mttliodlst VHosnltM '•: Adiiiitfed— ; ... C.. N.'NeelyV Caruthersvlllc, Mo. ?s Memphis .St. i Joseph's Hospital Jidmittecl— ' : • l.Qtu's .Hall, '.city. * .''^McniiihLs Baiillst Hospital ' •Admitted- Billy Splccry Liixora. Baptist£roup,To:Meet : Here Sunday Afternoon Representatives from ; Mississippi County Baptist -.Assoclatlonal Churches will meet at:the>J?irsl Eastist Church here Sunday in honor of 25 : 'Summer field -..workers who-will. visit the following. week in various churches or the association teaching Training : Union .studj courses. A- program .will be .presented ' by .Ilic-'group .at •1-J3Q, o'clock/ Sunday afternoon, .when, an attendance .of S00 t js expected, -Lucicn '.Colemnn,- al:. director, said. -, Mostly Personal ist Ckurch A special service for young: people wiirbe held on the lawn of thc;Yar- bru. Methodist -Church -tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock,. it was announced today by the Rev. D. G. Hlndmani pastor of the church. Assistant Chaplain "Russell 'Clark ' of : thc Blythevllte -Army -Air Field will be the. guest speaker. i All young people are 'urged to be present for this service. I Mrs.,Carmallta McCamey 1-cturued last-night iafter ,a. visit of several days with relatives in Joncsboro and Hardy, Ark. Sergt. James A, McMullln. who Is jtatloncd at Kceslcr Field. Miss., arrived, yesterday morning to spend i IS-day furlougli here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, A. McMullln Md other relatives. Miss Molly Guard will leave tomorrow for her home In Eltsfabcth- town, N. J., following a visit of two weeks .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Guard. Dr. Fred Child, accompanied by Dr. George Cone of Osceola, is Blending a two-day refresher course Sh'fii annually at Little Hock for uembers of the. Arkansas State Den- l Assqcitition, Miss Medrllh Hancock left tills nornlng for- Conway, Ark., to spend he weekend with her ; mother, Mrs. 3, M, Hancock. She went especially .o.bc with her brother, who Is In the tevy,-and whom she has not seen In four years. ..Miss, June. .Lansing .of Advance, vlo., Is spending several (lays In Bly- hevllle with : frlends. -The-Lansing 'amlly formerly lived in-Blythevlllo. Miss-Joan Bombnlaskl left today tor Osceola where she will spend several_.days,.wlth friends. ;Mrs.r-Paut.. Jobe and Mrs.. Wyalt toiley-left thls'inoining for. Little *ock, where Mrs. Jobe will spend the weekend with her husband, Private Jobe, .who, is stationed there at Camp HPblnson,.ai)d Mrs< Henley will be the guest of her daughter, Mrs,'.Ashley.Hadclick and her granddaughter," Jnnlce - Hiiddlck,' for n week. Miss Onita, Brands and .Mrs.- Na- hau Klmes of Stuttgart spent'last veekend here with Mrs. Sallic <imes. Mrs/ Rene George;.and:son. Er^ nest; Rene, went to Little Rock today, to spend, the.weekend with Prii vate George, who is slntloncd ill "amp. Robinson. Miss Edythe George has returned from a business trip to Chicago. She was away, for two .weeks. ..Lieut. George Cross Jr., .who has been-serving overseas. In Italy for the.past several months with the Army..Air .Corps, arrived, at.Miami, Fla., .Wednesday..night-niul, will re- l>ort.to JefTerson Barracks, Mo.,-before coining here to spend his leave with . .his ; parents,. Mr. ."and Mrs. George i Cross Sr., ami, his sister, Miss Dorothy Cross. , , . Mr.,unri Mrs..: J./w.>:naydcr,and their two. children;:Jan and Linda, went to.. Memphis: today where .Jan wUl.undei'BP a physical checkup and wliere Linda, will probably have •tonslllecUjtny. -Mrs. .Finley Cnrlwrjglil .and daughter. Mrs. Dan Hnmucr, of Osola,,.were the, guests last night of Mrs. Curlwrlght'.s sister Mrs. Virgil Greene and- family. Mrs. E. J..Williams, who is making her home here with-her parents. Mr. .and Mrs. J. R. Evans, while her husband Is In service, has returned from Chicago , where' she met him ns he was enroulc • from Columbus. Ga., to Foit Meade, Md. 'Mrs. John Brady of Kilgorc Texas, and Mrs. Virginia Dawcs of Little Rock, have arrived for n visit •1th their sister. Mrs. John Pill nd family. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson will ;ave Sunday for Richmond, Vn., ,'here they will si)encl two weeks Mil their -daughter, Mrs. Robert mart, Dr. Smart and their two hitdren, Bobby and.Eleanor Tucker. Mrs. A. J., King .and her diuigli- :r, Mrs. Roy W. .Jones ami chil- dren, . formerly of Edmund, okla., spent-two days here ns KWsts of Mrs. King's ,nieces, . Mrs. . Lloyd JIlxsoi) a;i(| ,M/.s..T.• I<, f Clements, enrpute to Join- Lietilensnt ;Jt)nes, who-ls stationed at- PKCi'burg,-Pa. Earl McCall Walker, seaman 2-c with the-Navy, arrived this morn- Ing tovspcnd a five-day leave here with his,parents,,Mr. and Mrs, Ear| Walker,- who lias- been In training lU S^n, Diego, .Calif., wllj return there for" further training with an amphibious Naval mill. Staff Sergt. Charles A. Wood Jr., arrived yesterday -morning to spend a>30iday furlough . will) his wife and children and his mother, Mrs. Charles , A. -.Wood St. Sergeant Wood has been overseas In the Mediterranean area for the past 10 months, during which time he flew 55 missions, ills squadron received a presidential citation, and lie lins been awarded the air medal with Bcvcii oak leaf cluslers. Mrs. c. If, Rich ol. Moscow,-Tenn., has arrived;to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hunter C. Sims.. Mrs. Ray Pascold apd daughter, Teresa Ann, have .returned from Milwaukee,.-Wls.,..where they spent 10 months with Sergeant Past-old's parents,,,Mr. .and .rs..j\lax pascold, They . were .accompanied home by Mrs. • Hurley Osterholt of Milwaukee. Mrs. E. .A. Cobble has i plumed lo,,h.er .home, In,Dayton, Tenn., af- ter.a.n extended .visit wlih ) lcr son , Cnpt.-R.. B. .cobble.,anci family. ; . ..George, Ford; Jr., petty officer 2-c In .the .Navy . Is spending several .(lays In; Memphis'with his sister, Mrs,, Edna: Lee Long. He will return' here;Sunday fora brief visit With his father,-George Ford"Sr. : , before reporting -Tuesday to Norfork,-Va., Mr.-Ford arrived In Bly- thevllle two weeks ago to spend his leave with'his father. Mrs. Busier -Richardson underwent n major operation tills morning : atfBlythevllle Hospital. ;-;O. A.'-Roiish and daughter, Nor- ma,>iwlll leave Monday .for Willow Springs, Mo.,-for-a--visit with his brother \nnd : family there, where they will be Joined by Mrs.-Rousii, who Is -visiting, In Wichita,: Kan?. Temperatures High Atlanta ..... ........... 88 Augusta . . .............. .. 88 Birmingham ........... -.88 Charleston ............. (84 Oluu'lolte . ............. 88 ChatUinooga ......... ..'91 Chicago . •. ." ............. 99 Cincinnati ............. -ss Denver ................ '.•,9-4 Detroit ................. .98 Jacksonville ............ :1 8Q Kansas Cily ........... .joa Macou . ................ ^ go Memjilils .............. "91 • .Miami ......... ' ........ 85 Moiilgqincry . ..., ...... .-8ff New .Orleans ........... ,.80 New York ..... • ........ "95 San, .Antonio ........... ..98 .Savannah ............. '89 Tainpa ................ ,87 Washington ....... .... .87 Dallas ................. 101 Houston ............... 97 Jackson ................ 90 blttlc nock- ............ 32 Shrcveimi't ............. 93 Tallalmssee ............ 90 Chicks hatched 'from Inrge . eggs; ore larger than those hatched • from' .'mall eggs. . j 'Soothe,, relievo heat rasV hcJp.prevcnt it with 1 nmia, tho Boolhine, ,mcdiMl*d ponder. ,- Con-' •THE " ta! j a 'Psredifnta .often' {o re-' ...,.. 'Alwaj-s demand Meuana That The American Lfglon, shnce J.S?!, has .been ,callinr,,oppn ,the Congress ,(o enact.lyrlslatlon.to carry into effect the principle of Universal Sem'ce in.time.ofiwar. I Phon«2532 Low .07 G9 • r 78 «.:(50 G4 .-63 77 -71 ..58 77 -69 t ISO U7 - 72 14 II 74 .75 ,71 .GO 75 06 -77 74 09 .72 73 O'Kccfe.Cominisiioned Maurice R, O'Kcefe of Blytheville was connnLssionect r>. .second lieutenant and received ; his silver pilot wings ..at, .grndualion ceremonies held recently..at • Freeman Army Air Field.-Sexmonr,, Ind. Lieutenant O'Keefe. Ls .Ihc. sou -of Mr. .ami Mrs. ,J. ,B. , 0'Jtcc.fe .of Route l,,Dlylhevlllc. Polio Fund At All-Time High Notional [Foundation 'Better Able-TVFight Paralysis Epidemics Announcing that the American people had contributed an all-time record of $10,973,491 to the 1944 Fund-Rnlslnu Appeal of The : Na- tlonal Foundation for Infantile Pari alysls, Hasll O'Connor, Foundation president, declared that the.su..doiia- tlons.wll| permit an expansion' of the war agaltul the children's enemy on the home front. WHIi epidemics . or serious outbreaks now taking their,toll : ln> 12 of the states . of the .nation, Mr. O'Connor pointed out that the number of cases'reported Is already hlfdier than-for the comparable period last year when •. the country suffered Its third worsl epidemic.'' ! Mr. O'Connor said the National l.'onndnllon .would: now? be-,nble to add more epidemic fighters and^d- (IKIonnl equipment ; for emergency nld and; at the same. time,, continue Its relentless fight to Icarn how'to prevent and cure the. disease. ; v iTo Increase Research "Funds from the: 1944iMarcli of Dimes," he continued,-;'wlll-.permlt the,National Foundation not.only ; to expand Its aid tO'itiiose i.who^are stricken!,but.:al$0;,to open .up new fronts of research ,.whlch, someday Will pierce the defense,of .this.dlsi ease and -.permit,.us to-prevent'it. ', "Already 1,460,000cUtines iftre -at work ; in the state.;of;iNorth .Carolina Where representatives,, of • the -.Na T llonal ^Foundation r.vyork ; -day .and night-with slute n|id.local,nuthprl: .tics ( lo, i)rovidc.emergency..aid,-,pro; fcfisioiml...wprkersj and-e'dqlpmenl ,to meet the epidemic situation." ; Dimes, and dollars contributed by Amerlcansialso tire al.wor^ ; ln Kentucky, New .York,;.Loulsifma,.-Pemi T sylvaula, Virginia, * Te.nues.see, Qhip, Michigan;,Marylmid^.Mbsisaippl.mid Indlnna where ithcre.,,arc.serious,or threatening outbreaks, he..added. ' ' '.'We ,|mvc ;no.way,,p[. knowing .how .far the.diuiger.,v,'iH-spread, nor, how many .homes.vvlll'.suif.er t.ragedy',,be- fore this, year's epldefnlc subsides," warned Mr..O l Co,nnor, ; ,adding "but we do know that we , have i neeyr .before been : ,so ..w.ell , e.qulppcd , la meet the.averages.pf Infuiitlle.par- alysls_as. we,.are this y.car." ! < 19«,fotal..Hi«li ; This year's donations,almost doubled the former rccordjof;.S5,527i59p set.In-1943,;Mr.. O'.Gunnor aa.(d,,and .the.total comprised millions of small donations indicating : that "almost every person-Ill jthls country has.had some part in creating..th^ means.ol ciu'rylng oiii this ; mit'hty,.ctUBade. 'From'Army and.Nayy bases,hull way ; around ,the,-world. came : .dpiia- tions from thc,,bravc.,flghters.|n:our armed .services,". said..Mr..,O'Connor, WhJch ho. cpnsiders '.'a..iuandale, to us h«rc,nt.hornc not to neglecd.thc Tight against this, .home-frpnt en- enty while they are ..battling our foes, abroad." Mr. O'Connor ^praised .the cooperation ,of: the fihn.jlndustry, movie patrqns,. the, sports. world,, .the press, radio, (,\var . workers, school children, labor, ..industry .and ';Mr. and . Mrs. America ,.in every .conceivable station of life who 'aided In this, vital .movement." .One-halt ol the funds raised pach January .through, the celebrations of . Damascus, ,believeo to, be the oldest city In the-world, is famed, for its line fabrics, >. known ..as 'damask. FRIDAY, AUGUST II, Veteran Of Two Pacific; Bottles To Rejoin Ship When (he Marines swarmed out of their landing craft and charged the beaches of Balpan, Moses Simon, seaman second c,lass in the Navy, was: bur.yj at hjs duties aboard nil aircraft carrier of/shore. He could.tell some interesting things r.bcwt the big. bottle In the Pacific, but like so many servicemen lie won't do much talking now and the stories he cotiUl tell will have to. wait, until:another :day. There are two stars on the service ribbon of this" filythevllle sea- «ian, one for his participation in the battle of .Saipnn and the other for notion at Enlwctck In the Mar- Eluills. Simon has seen plenty of the blue Pacific and the .shell- Minllered atolls where many a yellow man. has made his last stand, nod the chances arc he.will plenty .additional service In the at sen. He will leave tonight to return to a California port wliere he .will rejoin the crew of the MB flattop when It again puts to sea. ••Jle has been here visiting his wife and other - relatives, including his parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. P. Simon, Turnback.Distributed Marriage Licenses -Marriage licenses .Issued during the, past week through t!ie.-local of- flee of the county court clerk In the courthouse, Include Shirley B DIN Ion of Cookville, Tenn., and Miss Dorothy E. McMurtry of Blyllievlllc- Lester nay Batem'an of Cannibell' Mo. and Miss Willie Louise Ingle of utbourn, Mo.; Cleburne Edwards of West Memphis,, Ark., and Mrs. Alline Edwards of. Wilson.'Ark. J. T. Reagan.of Flint, Mich and Miss Virginia Jarrell of Williamson. W. Va.; Earl Bobbins of Dell and Miss ThcliH.a Woods of-Blythe'ville' Daniel ,W. Goodman, of Jonesboro Ark., and Miss Mury Goforth of St' Louis; Harold Edward Higglns o f Chicago, fl.jid-.Mlss Thelma Ellza- helh Stinnett, of St. .Louis; Kenneth O'Neal Cunningham and Miss Gladys Marie Robertson, both of Kaytl, ,Mo. , ,. Ward Andrew Leap of West New ton, Pa., and Miss Virginia Lee Var- dcll of Hornerevillc, Mo.;. Ollie G Shaver and Miss Evelyn v Klser both of Haytl, Mo.; John M. Parsons and Miss Margaret Frances Hlilchln, both of Fulton, N. y • Lloyd W. Kolwyck and .Mrs Edith L. Vest, both,of Blythcville; Philip L. Spaturo of Allranyi N. Y., and Miss JnnnHa Loucllti McCloian of Leiiclivlllc, Ark; Clifford L.. Hustings of Philadelphia, Pa., and,Miss Alma Elizabeth Tucker of Cairo, 111. L. A. earner and Miss Dorotha Lovlns, both of New Madrid, Mo ' Flint Trotter.and Mrs. Attic Fuller', bolii of Princeton, Ky.; Eugene M' I Young of St. Louis,' and Miss vir- Jolllff of Leachville, Ark., and Miss | Maydcne Robertson of Manila, Ark.; James C., Grim and Mrs. Stella Johnson, both of Commerce, Mo.; Palmer Bode of Cape Glrai-deau. [ Mo., and Miss Shirley Denton of 1 Chaffcc, Mo,; Charles Y. Pang, and ' Miss Mole Blcvliis, both ol Cairo, 111. j Howard 15. Bocttcher and Miss .Lorraine A. Robinson, both of.St. Louis; Quonlin A. Bolen and Miss -Belly Pearson, both of Charleston, ' Mo.; Luther Thomas Mnncss of New Madrid, Mo., and Miss Hannah Louise Palmer of Matthews, Mo.; William I- 1 . Pratt and Mrs. Alma Payne, both of Uycrsbnrg, Tenn.; Klvis Luther Smith 1 of Dyersburg, Tenn., and Miss Anna Ruth. Utcks of Hicks, Tenn.; Enos Darnall.and Mrs. Maude Mardls, both oKBen- ton, Ky.; Joe F. Nutter and .Miss Mary Hayhuist, both of WilUanis- port, W. Va.; Lloyrt W. Maxwpll of Camden, Ind.. and Miss Doris Shoulders of Newbcrn, Tenn. rived from sale of timber cut. in the of research, epidemic aid anc cation. criu- Ark.; Alvin Charles Bnssen anci Miss Margery Clementine Boverle, both of Sle. Genevieve, Mo.; Jessie Wayne Alsup and Miss Joyce Bea- thc Presidents Birthday Is retained chain, both of-Blytheville by the 3,000 county chapters for nid ; Rufm Jenkins and Mrs. L Haley to those stricken with poliomye- both of-St. Louts; James; Herbert lltls; the other- half goes to the Nn- Gnldwell and Miss Mary Lois Snence llonul Foundation for its program both of Manila; :James P Barhani and Miss Evelyn G. Richardson, both of Portagcvlllc,-Mo.;.Novls M. 'AMNE'S MUCH ..EASIER •ON THE.THROAT. THERE'S RGOA> FOR A BOTTLE OF DR. THE .OLD .JUDGE SAYS... ,^rfJI "Good morning, Doc. Your good wife tells me .you're .working night.and day now that w> man/of Iheyoungerdoctorsarcintheariny " "iTliat'a right, j udge, and I'm glad i 'm still able to do it; Had a long letter from 1 lurry •that bright young fellow I was breakin' into take over my practice. He said tlie hoys in ^ theservice are getting the best mcOical care -.of any.armed,force jn oyr history They reaUy.sbould.wilh all those brilliant doctors and plenty of supplies to work with." "Speaking of supplies, Doc, not many . people realize that n large par t of the alcohol required to make the medical supplies that are being used rijlit this minute to alleviate pain, combat infection and save'-human lives, is produced by the beverage distilling -industry. For nearly-two years thiS'.erittre industry has been working night ; and day producing nothing but alcohol'for the government's program." v'v>t>Y(»>!V • i "Nobody knows better .-.than J, .Judge, .what an important contribution to our war effort that has been.'ir— — " SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, •pro|icrly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are al- •wnys fresh, and all work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert •designers help you with your tloral needs. FLOWERSHOP F.T.D. Service We .Deliver Anywhere iPh.,491 Mrs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Glencoe Bldj. Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While IHs Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. •Blytlieville, Ark. phone 2911 ALTERATIONS! ,Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We have.three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH/C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES o SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 M»!m Blytherllle, Ark. Phone »ll Kerr and Davidson Eliminated In Meet Lieut, John A. Kerr and Pfc. Perry Davidson, representing the BJythcvllIn Army Air Field, ivere eliminated in the second round of the doubles clivisioH of the A. A. P. Fjistern Flying Training Command's tennis, tournament now. In progress at Cochran Field, Ga. Cocluan Field's Col. Allen D. Smith and 1'vt. Dan Roberts .defeated Lieut. Kevr and Pfc. Davidson, C-3 and 0-4, to ntlrnncc into the semi-finals against Columbus. Lieut. KCIT and 1'fc. David/ion DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights -• 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE: Admission 65c Ind. Tax - won (heir opening match. Lieut. Kerr alrn came through the first round .of the singles division by defeating the fornior Big Six champion, George Clllcy. (j-4 3-fi,, 8-C. •;:M»tin«B Bat. * .Son.-. Onlj; :-t Opens each night 6:45; ttarti. 1 Opens Sand*? 1:00; Ht»ri» 1:1» - -Contlnaoui Shows'BaL mniS»o. n»mto Nljht -Evtry Nt|hi. T.ietf \ 8>tnrd»j. No PUK* honored on 3amt«j »' Last Time Today Priorities On Parade witli Ann Miller Selected Short Subjects Saturday Serial: "The riwntoni" No. 7 and Short. Con. Shovrlng Sat'day 1:00 to .11:30 StO'clIm MOH9HCH foMli--all lull asU The Gift Shop 'Modern and Antique Gltlt • COSMETICS BABY GIFTS (Jreeflnf C'nrct<i Novelties A Gift For Everybody Bldj. rhono 2154 MOSSBRYAN Dr, J. L Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 ,W. Main Continuous Show* Etery Day 'Box Office.Opcns I:4S Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN I:M uo. 12:45 p.m. t:3t..y Sunday and Monday f Vox News and Short Continuous Khowlns Sun. 1:15 to 11 Last Time Today JRurple Heart H'itli Dana Andrews :unl : - Iticluird (TontR (?•'' "/-- "J"'- --••', - f ^ -'raramoiint News unil ' Helcclcd. 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