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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - April 18, 1942, Florence, South Carolina                             Weather SOUTH CAROLINA _ Continued mild Salurduv. For Victory ESTABLISHED 1894 Did You Ever STOP TO THINK? Tho quoted an Komu officinl radio Bul- ill Sofia that henceforth Hnl- Kiirin would bo vulctl accord- to Nazi and Fascist prin- ciples. To all intents ;tiul Bulgaria has been under such rule since the Germans Kent tbeir troops marching unopposed into the Balkan -stale, a junior ;parlncr in the Axis. Here's ;l Kood e.x- amplc of how American war industry j.s racing lime and winning. The U. S. lutvy yesterday dedicated a. YOO-foot utility pier, which was built in '13 days. It will be used at. the Bethlehem Steel and Shipbuilding com. pany'.s yard at Mariner har- bor. U.S. DEFENSE BONDS DAILY AND SUNDAY U. S. Anihassiulor To Iftissia A.hiihal William II. Slamlloy (Mil. new United Ktntcs nmbnsa to m Moscow lo Michael Kalinin clmiiimm of Ihr. cscnts o Sm. rpHAT rnn All extremely rounilubout radio rojjort i early yesterday thai.! France would be in a stalu of! "in thu very fit- j hire" with (hc Unitet! Ststlcsl. itiid Britain. This rcpurl was Iji-oiidcasl by tiie Jlloscow radio in it 'J'uss i tile IJerlin COITUS- i RAF Hurls 600 Warplanes Against Nazi Targets In Extensive Day-Long Raids 1> OVS I'loicn y moi n Of Die StOClvhohtl i county F'jlc" newspaper Afton Tidniiifjcn.' tllc sern tice LO join far flung foreign staff was praised by Kent Cooper, 'General eral nlanagcv ot" the Asso- ciated Press, who asserted in liis annual report lhat it "continued to acquit itself brilliantly, often in the face r.s can ii.' ii-t of great personal danger, i arnu'tl 'I'he send-off thirty, sponsored by tin: I.ions Chili, was stayed in fninl. of S.....s.Tfoc'bn.'k and Co.. and was fi-af.ii-c.l liy nnisit; from (he biyh school baiitl. srieeclibs by Mayoi -ub-ct .Mm Prlilpiunu nnd MayOJ-.lKO Irm R. P. Zcig- lej. by Ihe pi eselltalion of fl nils and gills lo tin: men fiom llio cily. The jn es'-'iihitions Were muie by Ihr Red Ci canteen unit and (he Club as the innn boatdnd Uie In '.In; frnlnre so far l tur mid always in Hi scrioius obstacles." inidst T ii ;i resume of activities (if of I ter of I collnlry tiling lo do i Hi'- n to win this u Flni i-iu i' is piun li. hiu.i vim li.u I fioin lo Holt mas. las Only one said M.iyoe "ar.tl that Is 'Hie cily of of you. We are By LONDON. Api-tl ing onci Oldinnco to massive (iayllght. nficiiHlvc. hiu ltd (iflo pluticH jiy Gei-man inrgel.s In LoiiK raids cxtciulfng from cunliiiciuial cunbl to Auysbur CiTiiiuny. 'J'Lic assaults were by far hwis-leiii uf ihc uni by D airmen, tupping ypsioivlny's rhniK. -lOO-planc nUticli, whlcli had been llio biggest, to date. KnijiliaHixiiig the enormity of On: aerial offensive was a daylight llic upon which In- attack volvcd a runndlrlp of al leftbt (JIH) miles light" over the heart of industrial Germany. British air superiority u-csletn Kurope wns stressed by tile air ministry announcement lhal only two out of the hun- dreds of plniies used one fight- er and one lest. It described tile enemy opposition sis' "i datively sllghl." Tlic Gcniinn radio ilself only claimed British craft were downed. Heavy bombers were used n- Kaln.st Angsburt; [oday and an informed source said (his un- du'uhlcdly meant four motoied lirunbcts, iMis.'Iblj- American-made fonrei-K planes or yiant the o liefoie bunii fr "To ycill 111: Mayor-clccl aiipri'i'lalv (Ju- s: VvV'l] A lousing ejn-e Ihr; latKC ntlcllil lor.t as tin. mi-i corps of forciKii corre.spond- i cnfs and photographers from j an'd liivy till. L'eiMl nantis as Ihr bus Ibuntleu-d off I men I-'oH IM-k- they will association of Cloopur told tin: of directors "Tin: nu'iiiljer- nhip should never forget the heroic and effective service I rendered by this splendid I GI runny. I it ulsu lius nii ayclunluiral hnport- plants ;nul in- their i licleagnurcd iiround the world. lii'sl wIMic lfil l'l'lll llic l j cil Today Miss Glissori 'ma lay heavily last night over the slow transformation the Vichy transformation over.shadow- 'all else on Ihe military ind diplomatic fronts of tlie Ihe one action to break clc'anly through the airioiis fog was Unit of the United Stales in calling (Vmerican Ambassador Leahy ionic for consultation. meant that Washington was arming Isclf to take swiftly and whatever action vus nccdetl when the extent the Vichy surrender to Tiller, through the agency >f I'ierrc Laval, had become lear. cal'lhl Hit? ends of tin S. C. Deaths In Past 24 Hours i-rciijl lu The Mnrnuig LAKK C1TV. April 17. Tile 1'otly of MI.--S Glndys Gllssnn. 32. I who was killed at I Tlnusday wlicn liic car ill wliit-h siic was riding run into a lire and was eomptetcly denfol- ishctl, will nirive in F.ahc Cily at .Sahuday morning. The body will remain at tiie Kpp.-: rnneiiil Home until the fu- neral which be at High nill cliu.'eh al 10 o'i-Iock Satur- day iniirlilng by ucv. L. I.. Powell uf ITalina interment will be In Hie familv plol at. High Mill rcm- clery. Shi' survived by her ntullicr. Mrs. I, I-: (ilissiin of Ilaimn; Iwo (Jlissou of Jack- Moiida. niul Ifennan [if (lly 'the .lv.ni-l.ilnl I'rtss) Jiimea Mnllm.-ix. 3L'. Cliciokcc Ciibbs McMauas. 1. I.aucii.MCT. Jiuliup Wliiiaker, 70......... Lancaster county. tlli.sson of Savannah. W. H. Hope. l.ancasler. lwo sislcrs, Mr.i. Mallic: Miles W. H. OS. Kershaw of llaiina. and Miss Hcssic Olis- of Cliarleston. iifi. SAN I-'IIANCISCO. Aptll 1'i-Dr. Alfred Helrv. w, sy orcheslra conductor nnd icfccr, died today. DItJS AT CAjnrK.V CAMDF.N-. April 'I Ilcklc Pearcc, widow 'earce, died ut u liosiiltnt here Jap Radio Reports Tokyo, Schools, HospiialsBombed! KHAMCIKCO. Apiil IT. I vullural tslHhllshmcnls iVi--Uic Tokyo radio announced residential districts it tonight lhal "enemy bcmhers" at- widespread indignadoi taekcd Tnkya. [lie CHS listening i [lie populace." Malion icjioilrd. _______ The Tokyo bromlcasl said: bornbors Tokjr. for (he fnsl lime In Ihf rurreii! wir, damage on and The laid or, urrrd shoilly lun-h on .Sniitnlay rroityo "Invading pbtles to cause miy (Faniage on military cslabllsh- inetiK. aUMoiiKh cnsiialtics In (he seliocils nnd hospitals were as yet unknown. mill oil caii.-lni! among inn WASIIimis-toll, Sal. April 18.-- unr and navy dcparl- iiienl.s had no confirmation imme- dinlfly [odny on Mm Japanese an- no.....-run-ill of bombing nf Tuhyi.. There was no indication of when a communique might be Is- sued. It was pointed out that If Ihc bombing was a long distance, attack, the aircraft, would take many hours to return lo lliclr sinning point, and lhat reports Russian Soldiers Drive Forward Against Germans LONDON, Ain-II Heel nnny was driving ahead n- t'ulnst, tleice German resistance tonight nnd capturing "one great fortress after another'1 In Ihe area of Demidov. 10 miles no'rlh- wesl of Smolensk, the Moscow ra- dio i eporlcd. Stockholm dlbpalchcs said ad- vamcd Russian unlls hud reached the approaches of Smolensk llsi'lf nnci Hint the Oemians were foi- Ufying every honjc of Ihnt al- rciKly strongly buttressed city. Ttiei c was no Information to in- dicate nlicthi-T the Russians were Ihicatciiing Smolensk with suf- ficient force (o attempt tin assault directly upon Hint key point, but Slorkholm dispatches said raiding columns in White Hiisslii. west of Ihe cily, were handicapping Ger- man cfft.rts to rush up leiiiforcc-- metjls.' This agreed wltli the Russian icport of assaults around Dcmi- dov. strengthening an impression lhal Russians might be start- lug an encirclement maneuver. Heavy fighting nl.so wns report- ed between lakes Iliueli. Ladoga nnd as [lie Russians sought to erase the menace lo Leningrad Hie1 thaws con- vert roads into buys and streams into lorren'.s. ftnssinn and oilier accounts in- tliealed ill? fighting north of Luke Ihiicn wns uosslbly the heav- iest iu r'.ccnl weeks. James W. Floyd Dies Near Olanla Special to the Morning .News: OLANTA. April Wil liam Klos'tl. 05. filed nl his home in the Central comnnmlty ee miles of Okmta about mid day Kridaj. He hud been- sick for about three weeks. KUiviving arc his wife who he- fore iidii-ringc was Miss Clclia Darnell of Central coinnumL ly; foai dnughlcib. Mis. James Hell (Joker and the Misses Bea- trice. Itnlierln. Uliic and Ear. line rio.vd of llic Central com- munity: four sons, Ted. and Cbriilcs Floyd, and a small baby boy; four brothers. Tocia l-'loyd and Allison l'loy.1 of Olan- la. Manning Kloy.l of Gables, ami rioyd of CV.ndal; fmii fisliis. Mis. Mary Pnrkei. Moore's Miv. Marlh.i Olini -of Central. Mrs. KUsanmih Heard and Margaret Flovd Of Tllihi'Villc. FilTlejal f-eivici-s win con- dliclell al I'inf church at Haiiincan cioss roads Kalujday. aflcrnoon at three o'clock-. Laval Rounds Out New Cabinet For Vichy Regime DAILY AND SUNDAY PRICE FIVE CENTS TAYI.OIt IIKMIY William D. i.cnhy, u. S. Ambas- sador lo unoccupied France since Nov. 23. was called home fo eonsiilliuion tonight ns pro Cicr man Pierre 1-T.vnl rounded out n new cabinet, lo replace the gov- cimncnl which resigned eii iiuiKsc lo Mnidluil Petnln. Official Fiance had. In (he in tpilm. two leaders the aped marshal as chief of Ihe slate, who forced to how before Ger- man lit foe Increased col Inliortitlon nnd Ailmlinl Jean Darlnn. designated as Pelnln's successor and commander in chief of nil Hie arm-d forces. The remainder of llic KoVjrn- menl was being plnnllni! by L, il. who is expected to assumr" Ihe imslllon of "civil lender" of the French nation on n basis of out. ami out collaboration with (lie Axis. 'I'loiu Hern, the course of J-'iamic's new leaders AVIIS fore- cast Ihus:   .say a imn! lirforr Ilicir rlclMiliirc for (lie army yrslcrdaj, Ilic-rc vrtr lj piral truTn men a- hi'nl io Uuclii Hant's arm- ed Turccs: W. 11. "l( vrry liltlc dirfcrriu-c lo me ulinl hr.inch nl (he srrvlce I'm in .MI I'm in UMTC fiKlilini wllh Urn IJastrrliiiK "Wlirn-i IT I.'nrle Sam a 'lap. I'm ready to slap liini." IKrk -TVe are KCiiif lo Mrintr a lul nt lines rtH'lr In Tnllj-n." William Il.ijrU 'hrlleve lfil> wur In ellil 'I'hoj-Vr hesxn In [itrl, a Ijliwh iif fichlhr men.'1 William Sllllr Ir. "I'd like lu In- indlirteil evcr.Mlay if ne liail f'lllis (Ills to Irli iVlcKacliin Offers For Re-Election KcnrilNr f H. Me tin chin nn- nuiincMl Ifisl lie ho n for re- election ntnlc from Florence coun- ty. ITr clccliircr] tlMt he would iimk': Ti.cr iil.H i rconJ of Nazi-Accented Theory Called'Myth' Iff ins (iici v of .Sen fit or McKne 'jt lhat he is Ihc o elected for th Ibis county anrl jfnificanrc to thfit fii f only nit-n Oeo. d mr nl 'em." "Scared? Just H-i .irrviir- nnd ly Dial lank wuh him In inl of seniority. Scnalor is u incln- her of tlie judiciary comnilllcc and Is clialrnian of the milllary affairs coinnilltcc. lie Is gen- erally regarded at :i moal in- fluential member of the upper iiy r HANK f.'AMHUIIKiB. MA.SS, April 17 The Naxi-accenled Ihcnry lhal Inlcr-brecding of different races realms In inferior offspring "us ;IM a "mylh" today by a Philadelphia aulliiopologlsl. who s.ild that hr-ll-cjislcs. lalicn fts a wlKite, were for tiie most part superior blologlealy to their par- ents. ArltlreswIlK the Amrrir.in elnthn of at Harvard, nr. M. f. Asliley- Monlagur- said Ihnl Ihe had merely given enlbrone- mpnl as a pulilical lo a Midely-lu-ld be- lief IliHl rrn.ssVg ol did.....Hi la- rial grout-p resnll-s in dnfecls nnd eventually In complete stcillity. "An ex'Hininntion cvi- denci- shows." he snlil. con- temporary beliefs rcl.iline (o the harmfulneas of human IiybridUu- tlon arc quite erroneous, and con- K.V 'J'a, Ir.1 "The truth Is Mill (ra- clali imsture. far fiom causing Irur.uritics, plf'lillcr.l a effect in Ibal many defective or the parenta ai c eliminat- ed in ihc orfnprliif.' ns a result of and Ihc group as a whole t Dcelni-lni: Mite of (hr lensuiis fot I niiler's of the .Icnm th.it Miller claimed [he Or- man j.ioik might be (ainted by Inlei-mairiace with Jc.i.s. Ashley nsserlrd: "As lor flie 'tssaiijy on fi'Vi.s ill Illis n-sp.Tl. it slloiiltl In- I'nllill'd mil llml Ihe Ji-us me f 1 single i-iii-e. but a number of tiers, and lhat liny exhibit In ]irc-rmlnrtn degree llic biologically aood effecU of race tnlxluie. ''uis.....carriage Cierman nnd Jciv. die csrrinan would get by far tlie bcttr-r Of the 'POUT foH A RAINY BUT MAH I.AWD. KIH you DO   

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