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   Robesonian (Newspaper) - July 22, 1942, Lumberton, North Carolina                                PAGE SIX LUMBERTON N C WEDNESDAY JULy 22 1942 Theyre Both in U S Aimy Analysis Of W7ar News Two More to Miss Jean Schmidt a newly inducted member of the Womens Army Auxiliary Carps is a tender salute by her husband Pvt Waller Schmidt as she boards a train at Jersey City N 1 for cijrht weeks cf training at Fort DCS Monies Iowa Upon completion of her training course shell outrank her husUand Centra Press Report On Missionaries Who Were Former Community Workers la North And East Lumberton Reported for The Kouesoiiian Miss Grace Ditmar for 3 years community worker at the Jen nings mills North Lumberto is Very sick at her home in Williams port Pa following her harrowing experiences in escaping from Sum atra where she was doing mission ary work under the auspices of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Miss Dittmar arrived in Java working in Luraberton BV K1RKE L SIMPSON Wide World War Analyst Intensified AngloAmerican conferences in London in search of quick means of reveal ing Nazi pressure on Russia i cccded against the background of i a darkening outlook for Red armj jies on thc lower Don j j German war bulletins imply I that the river has been reached at jsoriie points east of Rostov thc j outpost for defense of the Cau casus A triple attack is convcrgj ing upon the city by Berlin ac count from the east as well as thc I west and north If that is true the I Battle for the Causacushas al ready begun The most serious j crisis is at hand in southern Rus sia since Rostov was taken last winter only fo be surrendered a week later when the German win ter retreat began j It remains to be seen whether Marshal Tinicshenkos plans forj j defense of the lower Don include standing siege in Rostov proper It lies on one bank of the wide Don estuary while his main line of defense must follow the other Probable Strategy i The citys destruction under the j I Stalin scorchedearth policy and evacuation for a stand behind the I Don water barrier seems the probable Red strategy Rostov was given up by the Russians last win ter rather than risk an entrap ment I i Berlin bdmits tbat the advance on a 300mile front in southern j Russia has encountered a Red i flexible defejnse of retreat at ev i ery point except on the upper Don about Voronezh and the Don i Voronezh wedge The German public is warned that a Russian i stand all along the Don from Vori i onezh to the Rostov corner is to be expected The speed with which the Nazi i I Bailey was working in French In advance units have closed in on do China and was sent to East Rostov and by German reports I Africa to be sent home Both of stabbed 50 miles closer to Staliti thescyoung ladies will return to glad somewhere in the Don bend the United States aboard the same itself indicates that Timoshenko ship They had not met for yearshas about completed his retire unlil they met in East Africa en ment Rearguard actions in the route home They were classmates DonDonets basin have granted at Nyack Missionary Training in him time to get troops and sup stitute and roommates while north and west of Rostov out T I J An Xray film disclosed that had swallowed them he He Found The Teeth Atchisoh E Mur phy searched everywhere for two teeth from a dental bridge that New Orleans normally a the he couldnt find after awakening greatest banana port in the world The Todd Bath Shipbuilding Corporation launched two more ships to help win the Battle of the Atlantic They are the 10000ton Ocean Rider ant Oozi Athlete the seventeenth and eighteenth of thirty being built for the British Government They were constructed atthe South Portland Me drydocks and floated the launching ceremony The Ocean itklele left is being towed the Ocean Rider is still in dock Presi Stowaway on Torpedoed Ship after otfitr missionaries had escap ed and managed to get to Singa pore When she arrived at Sings pore conditions were critical and other missionaries had also escap ed leaving her to get out alone Because of communication condi tions her whereabouts could not be ascertainedShe landed in Australia at a port to which no other missionaries had come and from there she sailed for America arriving in San Francisco She did not contact a missionary of any de nomination in her travels home In her weakened conditions she of a dangerous pocket With all caught cold on the boat Before she got to Williamsport Pa she had developed pleurisy and had to spend semedays in a hotel en route She entered a hospital in Williamsport and after tr of several weeks duration she Mrs Emma Allison Sauvc for the southern wing of his army tvOyears a community worker North Lvimberton is expected 111 concentrated behind the Don and the army of the Caucasus also arrive soon from French West available he looks to be prepared Africa where for some years she back of water bulwarks all the hasbeen a missionary under the way rrorn the DonDonets conCluj Bobby Stap a champion allround stowaway who at various times has been rather annoying to the U SNavy is shown with some sailor v buddies after he had been rescued torpedoed ship by a U S Christian and Missionary Alliance erce to Kerch strait to meet Nazi destroyer and taken to port The grbup shown congratulatingeach Her furlough is long overdue her frontal or to brcakj other on their good fortune are loft Welbornc Donald husband has been critically m into the Russian oil fields Baker Bobby StapandjJoswli Hawkins and with their young son they soon Don Line Main Hope i 1 Union Objects To WPA Labor hope to be able to receive booking The grim Russian stand in the on the Clipper to return to the Voronezh area where the only jjazi bridghead across the Don has Thus it secnis that soon four cr been achieved makes it clear that i 1 Miss James girls may be able to it is the Don line with some modii T UlCJ i 0 J 1C Lf HclYrtl WOFK have that hopedfor reunion1 in ficalions upon which the Russian Lumberton v Only 8 of 2400 Slaps Escorted Lost Crossing Seas Washington Jully The navy disclosed today jthat a single task force had escorted 2400 merchant vessels across the North Atlantic last winter with a loss of ships j The disclosure came m connecf tion with the announcement of a pesthumous award of a Distin guished Service medal to the late Vice Admiral Arthur Leroy 3ns tol Jr 55 of Charleston S C whodied at sea of natural causes Apiil20 j Approximately 60 convoys vcre entrusted to the protection of Bris tols command during the winter of 194142 the announcement jaid to escort operations Bristol conducted an antisubmar ine training program and complet ed certain advance base projects I He was cited for exceptionally meritorious service in a position of great responsibility His conduct of all these opera lions the citation added was characterized by good judgment and Sound decision which contrib utedin a large measure to successful accomplishment RAYLASS a command hopes to halt the Mrs Sauve is the missionary for Germans The DonVoronezh posi New York July 21 whose support Mrs Hargrave ask tion and the exposed Nazi flank strike which would tie up all eel tliat friends pay a penny a day from that angle northwestwardto construction work in the Metro thus making the necessary links rn Kursk or Orel are the probable politan area involving work which tne chain to supply her needs on keys to Russian expectation of re would cost was voted j u i w i he lle d Her lathcr and two gaining the offensive once the yesterday bv Reoresentatives of able to be moved to her home Hcr j t were missiomirics ln Genmn stemmed board of business agents of the also worker in the North Lum I h I hf T P 1h F aflvices Say that BuildinS and Construction Coun also a in uie JNorin bum her husband and Miss Ruth EncK American staff work there is aim Criticism Of condition is still serious v Miss Ruby Howard who Termed Unfair berton community house has gone to Williamsport to be with Miss Dittmar Miss Howard is a nurss 3A cheery card or some little ex pression of interest would nean much to Miss Dittmar during hese days Her address is Miss Grace j Dittmur 440 Tinsnian Ave WilI liamsport Pa I Trades Council AFL will meet to son two of Miss James girls ing at a diversion attack from thc i wlll lllccu w ha e recently been appointed to west to draw off some of Hitlers day with Council President Thorn sail this fall as missionaries to reserves in men planesand tanks as A Mhrry to determine the date South America Miss Ruth Chris concentrating against Russia That when the strike is to be called is already in South Amen stil does not imply major sec T fi and sings regularly over HCJB ondfront operation radio station PINEHUUST MAN DIES protesting against the employment j London speculation that some of 1100 WPA workers on con i effort will be made to plant Aliistruction of the Naval i ed air and submarine bases on the Reserve officers training sihool at Etta Whitney and Anita OF HEAT PROSTRAT10X Bailey former community workers Of the East Lumbertcn community Jullv 1 B house are on their way home from 38 of Pinchursu died n thc Laur Attfntfc their iieids of service under the inburg hospital Monday afternour Llv r 1 continental coast preferably in Norway to serve the double pur Board Representative pose of diversion and protection of McSpedon declared Atlantic convoy lanes to Rus Fort Schuyler in the Bronx and Howard auspies of the Christian and Misi after being ill from heat prosira sionary Alliance Whitney was in Hong Kong when the Japanese took contrcl and taken into custody She was recently released and ex changed as a war prisoner Miss tion while working on the Army air base nar hsr Sunday He was taken to tbt hospital shortly after being stricken He had been employed at thc base since Friday i As far as being unpatriotic were doing the government a fav or by trying to get our union i people on the job to complete it in time Contending that the project at j issue violated a federal regulation j prohibiting use of WPA labor on I work costing more than Raleigh July 22 A1 A con troversy is raging as to whether the air raid alert in the Wilming ton area early Sunday was handl ed properly Ben E Douglas State director of civilian defense said it was handled so poorly that we should consider ourselves fortunate that we escaped catastrophe The reaction from Wilmington WHS immediate with Mayor Har grove Bellamy Chairman Louis Poisson of the New Hanover cpun y defense council and Sheriff Civid Jones issuing statements defending the seaport citys de lense workers and condemning Douglas A combined Eastern Defense Command First Army and East Is Cash Day IN CASH Sving On Down You Jiving Cats MONKOE CHURCH IS GIVING i HOME LIFE TO SOLDIERS j Monroe Central Methodist j church in JVlqnroe is in the midst cf uptown soldier activities for Three Children Chained In Sun ikJ1U1f SPa statembnts issu Scottsdalc Ga July 000 McSpodon asserted that the New york id th t t 1 children were found yesunions had been given the run llerdaywith a 32foot log clfain around sinca last March when padlocked around their necks and they first tried to have their own Dekalb County Policeman Hubert Placed on the job Day said pine Day cruelty charges wera Besides the Fort Schuyler proj c jt ect the threatentd would found the three chil affect constructipn at thc Navy f activity on the iist near Wilmington caused the lert Investigation disclosed no cnefhy activity of any how i nines east of Monroe A recrea i t1 rsMTrirs WPA theirnecks 1 hostesses in charge Thc hall The sounding of alarms and iilackouts were not accomplished rapidly as they shouldhave the chain weighing 15 12 pounds Manhattan beach m Brooklyn and ben Douglas adding lhat the Famed Newsorne Lefler History Of NC Accepted j Raleigh July state board of education yesterday adopted the famous Newsome Lefler history of North Carolina as a supplementary reader for and eighth grades U The history The Growth of North Carolina fuguered in an extended row last year over the adoption of a history textbook for use in fifth grades It was written by Dr A R Newsome and Dr Hugh Lefler of the University of North Carolina At that timethe State Board of Education rejected the Newsome Leller history and adopted one written by Jule B Warren of Ral eigh After a committee of his torians had reported the Warren history contained more than 1000 errors it was withdrawn from use Later the state acquired the War ren textbook had it and plans to use it as a fifth grade text book i v OCILU tit i i men stationed at Camp Sutton two drcn jn their yard yard Floyd Bennett field and the naval hospital pn Staten Is Thc policeman asserted the par land 18 cuts were Mr and Mrs Archer R beard to checkers Books and magazines are supplied for the soldierss reading The church kit chen is available on specified days i for family cooking A taste of homclife is given tire men when Blarney and while they did not tell Charged Witli Attempted him the reason for chaining the Attack On Niece children neighbors reported to him Ellerbe July tbat Mrs Burney said the children Chief J B Reynolds said were being punished for Police today State office and Wilmington dis iiict officers were working with lie Army to defects Based on he facts as found Mayor Bellamy said Mr Doug bs statement was not Such a statement he addecl their wives thorn prepare dinners for Bomb The Taps With Junk that HubertWilliams 26 was not conducive to building up three or four nickleS their falhar ing held iirthe Richmond county crifidencc in those responsible for had been saving jail at Rockinghain after oificcrs dviliah defenseand themen and The children gave theirnamos were told that he attempted to at vomen who are giving their lime staffing the many branqhes in volved in the protection of the TODAY STfiOO IN CASH Today Thursday DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Jr in CORSICAV BROS Friday Saturday DON BARRY in PHANTOM COWBOY PASfllE 7c land ages to police as Adolph 8 tack his 14yearold niece jFlourncy 10 and Marguerite 12 peach orchard near here i They were turned overto juvenile Reynolds said thc girl escaped from her uncle and fled to her Dap reported that the chain mother who called the police binding the children were not at Thc chief said feeling was high tachcd to anything else but they hero following Williams apprc appcarcd fearful of leaving the hcnsibn and that a numborof men yad i talked of going to the jail and Pup Adds Discipline When Burriey was arrested hetaking Williams but that cooler To Her Diet told officers I am trying to raise headed members of the group pro m v iiVf li 4 i ji i i i li A highly efficient skiff func ioned JOOipcr cent from the oment the call went out uniilthe illclearhe added my children right Bond was fixed at each thc idea vailed upon the others to abandon Manhattan a lourmonlhold ptip Diane a Governor Broughton Watching Maneuvers WadeslWo July Governor Broughton arrived at the Armys maneuver headquarters yesterday to spend two days with the troops in the field The chief executive will sleep in an Army squad tent and eat the same meals soldiers He came here at the invitation of Maj Gen E J Dawley director of the Armys first wartime maneuvers i Accompanying the chief exec utive was Adjt Gen J Van B Metis and State Treasurer Cnarles M Johnson both orRaleigh and State Senator H P Taylor of Wadesboro civilian coordinator for I the maneuvers in North Carolina Division training is on the pro gram of thqSixth Corps this Week I like to see a man proud of the place in which he lives I like to sec a man live so that his placo will be proud ofhim for the parents and they placed in jail GreatDane has digested lots of were Williams denied he tried to at discipline First she chewed up tack the girl Reynolds said Kl Salvador with an area of j The banana plant is heaviesi only 13000 square miles is the and healthiest in thc hot humid smallest country on the Ameri lowlands of the Atlantic coastmanners Diane promptly chewed can continents from southern Mexico to Panama upthc book a comforter Her mistress Mrs C Schncidwind obtained a book on Ihccaro and training of dogs intending to teach Diane better WANTED COUNTRY HAMS Will Pay Mrkel Price Fairmont Drug Co FAIRMONT N C DRESSES in today for oocea season take ad vantage of our tpecial purchase S of regular brand new wun nter dresses SPUNS CREPES SHEERS OTHERS TO HW Coat Arena and other in ulldi tat glzei M tt CLEARANCE Cotton Dresses Look At These Dresses Dresses Dresses SI69 Dimities voiles seersuck ers and ginghams in flat tering styles for all 9 to 52 FOR VICTORY BUY I US WAR I SITINGS STAMPS AT RAYLASS Clearance SUMMER HATS Fancy smooth fabric and other summet Values to 79c Regular value in Co 590 mm BEMBERG Sheer Material 79c Value 59c LADIES Summer Gloves SI00 Value 79c Infants Bonnets L 29c ladies Batiste Gowns Ladies Sport Suits Ladies Sharkskin Skirts Ladies Swim Suite GIRLS Voile Dresses Sites 1 to 6 79c 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