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1 A Thursday. March 22. 1943 CASPER TRIBUNE-HERALD t I . ' IrTZ I Sister Kenny ; Awaits Hearing Undecided on Leaving U. S. MINNEAPOLIS, March 22 JP Sister Elizabeth Kenny, Australian nurse who heads the Elizabeth Kenny institute for the treatment of infantile paralysis here, said today her decision whether or not to leave the United States would rest on the results of a proposed congressional investigation. She announced her decision to leave in a statement Tuesday. She said her decision to depart was reached several months ago, based on her inability to obtain needed research facilities at the institute: the fact that she was not permitted to treat victims of spastic paralysis at the institute, and that she had been wrongfully accused of making misstatements with regard to her method of treating infantile paralysis." Don't miss the benefits of new improvements in corn. Plant GOLD SEAL or PRIDE brands and be tare of the best at moderate cost. Ask today for price list and catalog. - Fellowship of Prayer Daily Lenten Devotional Prepared by Dr. Gaius Glenn Atkins for the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Copyright 1945 Thursday, March 22 Haunted Houses: "And when . . . he findeth it other spirits ... and they enter in and dwell there." Luke 11:25 and 26. Read Luke 11:23-26. The psychologist says this in another way but stresses the substance of it. The chambers of our minds must not be left empty. Evil things inside or outside can be kept out j only if something right and good takes their place. An empty nouse shows neglect in a week. A soul empty of any positive force for good can go wrong in a day. One cannot banish evil thoughts "by simply resolving not to think them. They find their way back along every association line and often more persistent than ever. The only deliverance is to keep the mind so busy with good thoughts that there is no room for the wrong. Only right desires enthroned and obeyed can garrison a life assailed by temptation. Whether we deal with ourselves or a world falling apart there is no safety anywhere save in the positive power of an active Christian goodness. A quarter of a cen tury ago a war unfinished by statesmanship left a great nation empty of everything but passion for revenge; then the evil spirits came back and armed themselves and desolated civilization. Jesus warned us. Prayer: So fill our minds, we pray Thee, our Father, with what pleases Thee in deed and desire that no chamber of our souls, left untenanted, will Invite any evil spirit, but instead be kept secure in what they seek and do. In Jesus' name. Amen. Natrona Men in Armed Forces ' 4 , if i - H S3.93 iJ , fJ&y'JW' j7 )Cf r n srioes PHONt" 9-J nositRx PVT. VICTOR W. NICKERSON: Serving with the infantry overseas. Private Nickerson entered the army in Anril. 1944. and took his training at Camp Barkeley. Tex., with the medical corps. He later was transferred to the infantrv and received his training at Camp Maxey, Tex. Prior to his induction into the army. Private Nickerson was employed by the. Standard Oil company. His wife and three children reside at 1444 East Second street. He was home on furlough shortly before leaving for an eastern embarkation port. LIEUTENANT TWIGGS HAS CRASH LANDING Lt. Warren Twiggs, son of O. W. Twiggs, 930 South Chestnut street, recently wrote his father of a crash landing he experienced one day in the Philippines. The Japs had knocked out the hvdraulic line which controls the wheels so he had to land without wheels. Britain to Delay Ration Reductions PRIVATE STEPHEN AT VANCOUVER HOSPITAL Pvt. Eugene B. Stephen of Salt Creek route, is receiving medical attention 'at the Barnes General hospital, Vancouver, Wash., for wounds received when he was hit by rifle fire, after parachuting into the area of Grosbeck in Holland. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ! Stephen and prior to entering the LONDON. March 22 Britain's anxiety over the food shortage was eased considerably today with indirect government assurances that there would be no major cuts In rations even in meat until the whole situation has been discussed in Washington. Sheridan Woman Dies of Burns a gas stove tli.it had b,en vr on but not luhted. and ond degree burns t trt-d he faK arms and back. icsi SHERIDAN. Wyo.. March 22 -r, j Mrs. Edith House, 32, died Tuesday "night of burns suffered Tuesday j morning in a minor explosion at a , Sheridan tourist camp. Sheridan County Coroner William ' Schunk said no inquest will be held. I Hc said Mrs. House was burned ' RADIATOR I I CLEANING RI.PAIRIXG RLCOKING Judd Radiator Shop i W Yellowstone ihone 306 T worked and sweated for almost ! . V. .V J v""'l an hour and got back to the crash M nu J1C1U strip near the field. I circled that until I was almost out 01 gas. 1 tightened my safety belt and shoulder harness, took a good close look at the field and then put it down. I dragged the tail about 70 Jbet then the nose came down and all hell broke loose. Boy what a ride and did I get shook up. I felt like I was in a cocktail shaker." He suffered only a few bruises and minor cuts. He flies a Pol. S3 SERGEANT DONNELLY WINS OAK CLUSTER AN EIGHTH AIR FORCE BOMBER STATION, England ft CASPER MEN IN BASTOGNE BATTLE WITH THE 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION ON THE WESTERN FRONT Two Casper men were in j the unit who participated in the j Bastogne envelopment, now one of j the historic stories of this war. They are Pfc. Alton M. More, 1325 South Cedar street, and Cpl. Audrey M. Lewallen, 1419 Mitchell street. The story of the 101st is well known. They were sealed off in Bastogne with no medical supplies, and short of food and ammunition. When told to surrender their com manding officers answered 'Nuts." With a distinguished combat career N planes could break through and f mnrp than 9s missions hphind the medics could not handle the ' : . ' . - him, S Sgt. Richard R. Connelly, 26. tail gunner on a B-17. "John L. Sullivan." has been awarded the fourth Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal. His wife lives at Raderville route. Casper. Prior to joining the armed services, he was -a truck driver. is BURRIS MAN HAS 35 MISSIONS 15TH AAF IN ITALY S Sgt. John A. LeClair. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John LeClair. of Burris. Wyo.. has successfully flown 35 combat missions as a tail gunner on an AAF Flying Fortress of the 15th air force. ' He flew his first combat mission to Genoa, Italy. Sept. 4, 1944. He attended high school and was a rancher prior to joining the AAF. Prices of Most Staples Unchanged In Mid-February ' PFC. ELDON GILSTRAP: Son of Mrs. A. E. Steinmeier, is in a hospital in Italy where he is being treated for wounds received on Feb. 20. Mrs. Steinmeier received a letter from him on March 19 stating that he had been wounded by German shrapnel in the right leg and knee, and that he was getting along fine. He didn't believe his knee would be stiff and his letter sounded cheerful. He is a graduate of NCHS. The American Indian maid used the crimson juice of a blood root stalk for rouge. WASHINGTON. March 22 0i Prices of most staples purchased by moderate-income families remained largely unchanged between mid-January and mid-February. Reporting this today, the bureau of labor statistics said its cost of living index excluding such items as income taxes and war bond sub scriptions stood at 125.8 in mid- February, a decline from 127.1 a month earlier, or a decrease of 0.2 per cent. The index is based on 1 1935-1939 average living costs. A continued decline in egg prices, normal for this time of the year, was the chief factor in the decrease. Percentage changes reported by! the bureau between mid-January j and mid-February included: I Food, down 0.6 per cent: clothing. 1 up 0.2 per cent: fuel, electricity and ice, up 0.3; house furnishings, up 0.1. The increase for all items between 1 Feb. 15, 1944. and Feb. 15. 1945. was ! placed at 2.4 per cent. wounded Seven days after the encirclement, the battle ended when a corridor was established to the garrison. SERGEANT COWGER AT SANTA ANA S Sgt. Norval A. Cowgor, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cowger, . 143 North Park street, is currently j at the Santa Ana. Calif., redis tribution station. He recently com- 1 pleted 33 missions as a gunner on a 1 B-17 Flying Fortress and wears the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters. Kesselring May Be Directing Nazi Troops in West WITH U. S. NINTH ARMY, March 22 ivTVi Speculation rose in Allied lines on the western front today that Field Marshal Albert Kesselring might have been transferred from northern Italy to take command of German armies in the west, succeeding Fiekl Marshal von Rundstcdt. Kesselring is reported now to be high in Hitler's graces as a result of his long delaying campaign in Italy and his prompt declaration of allegiance to Hitler after last July's bomb plot. III IIU I III ' . I II II I I II I 11,11! I,.., 9mtm yj ifK' tl'Jvi?'' to Your Cue to Qualify Names That Wear Well Society Brand Clothes Don Richards Clothes Club Clothes Mallory Hats ' Walk-Over Shoes Edgerton Shoes Wilson Bros. Furnishings Hollywood Sportswear Field and Stream Jackets Botany Ties Wembley Ties Hickok Belts, Braces. Etc. Skipper Sportswear Fashion Center for DON- RICHARDS and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES a. QCftnrrHA. V MEN'S WEAR 132 SOUTH CE&TER STREET ' 3 1 Jr.. ' tr A at the WYOMING NOVELTY CO. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS -ALL MAKES PHONOGRAPH NEEDLES PINBALL MACHINES AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPHS SLOT MACHINES A " . WE BUY ALL MAKES OF SLOT MACHINES I - - -r j !- mmnutm , n. ih-n -,..,., f . ; ;; 540 East Yellowstone-Phone 542 CASPER, WYOMING CONDENSED STATEMENT Of Condition Of The Casper National . CASPER, WYOMING At the Close of Business March 20, 1 945 Bank RESOURCES 'Loans and Discounts 5 2,533.795.11 Overdrafts 275.03 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 12.0C0.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 114.409.71 United States Bonds S 4,452.142.42 Investment Bonds 164,525.84 Cash and Sight Exchange 4,226.162.64 8.842.830.90 Interest Receivable Accrued 6,445.35 Other Assets 9.289.14 TOTAL SI 1.579.046.60 1 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus , Undivided Profits . Reserves Deposits .S S0O.OCO.C3 . ico.coa.LJ 139.027.39 157,424.52 . 10.882.584.59 TOTAL S11.579.C4S.E: OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. V OUDERKIRK. President R. E. BARTON, Vice President CHARLES W. WADELL, Vice President V. O. RATCLIFF, Cashier C. O. STOUT, Assistant Cashier H. J. CHOQUETTE, Asst. Cashier N. II. CURRENCE. Asst. Cashier R. C. WHITE, Assistant Cashier J. R. HUGHES, Auditor P. C. NICOLA YSEN Director ROBERT GRIEVE. Director MARGARET S. TIERNEY, Director E. J. SCHULTE. Director G. O. HOUSLEY Director MILTON COFFMAN, Director ESTABLISHED IN 1889 Over Fifty-Five Years of Continuous Banking Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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