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Bristol Courier (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Bristol, Pennsylvania C of wer the daily circulation of the courier exceeds 4,700 copies the Bristol courier built weather report continued warm this afternoon. Kiili and somewhat cooler tonight and sunday vol. Xxxvii Bristol. S a Trivi it an 1\ 1 in it i x a i m Price 2c a copy 10c a week if germans choose to defend Rome allies will be forced to use Force to quote Jet them a says Gen. Wilson flies length of the Pacific in 44 hours Spring has come to a Penn Bury Home from Alaska allies will use military measures says Gene a sir Henry Maitland a american forces Batter their Way through enemy a defense in depth.�?T5 a Protil Frazier Hunt Kagle Hoad length of the or. Nail pcs. June 3 i ins ii a germans choose to det emd Rome the allies is i11 he ton it d Hiie e Tori �1 to a Bejec t Ltd in. Sir i Lenry Maitland Wilson declared today in an official Dale ment if the germans Clino a a to de Kiel Home tic allies will in obliged to take military in a urls to eject them a general Wil on Aid. The German army will a Quot a a it ctr <1 from rom by a a militant it uni in Gen sir Henry Maitland Wil on cd dared today it tin nazi High com mail chooses dry defend the City. Wit i fill i army it it arh Eael .11 ready wit Hin 1. Mile of Home. 111�?� supreme Allied command r in. I Mediterranean theates d that every Effort would be made it a the allies to safeguard both the civilian population and cultural works of the eternal City. Liy i Arr Neuman <1 n. S. Staff on e Rio Micnal i Naples june i Linsi Amei ican forces battered then Way through enemy a a defend a in Dot it 1c in their two pronged drive on Rome today occupying Monte Cio and enlarging their penetration North of Velletri the yanks who bad pushed spearheads to within a Miles of Rome after the ii Brilliant fat a at of capturing Velletri and Vannio Tom. Were encountering nazi Dot tens of a considerable depth. A although Velletri and tone now have been fast fifth army after heavy Jen sir Henry Maitland Headquarters announced Emyss defensive position sector have not yet been i to the North though nou Cement added continue on Rev. J. R. Gailey will give baccalaureate Sermon Valmon-11 by the fight ing a Wilson so the in i in ibis the an a he a up duet ration i no a a t our mrs. Lemuel Vandegrift Dies at Poughkeepsie de Ding ton june i mrs. Ella Carey Vandegrift widow of Lemuel Vandegrift. Died yesterday morning in the Vassal Hospital Pough Keepe n. V. She via years of age. Or Vandegrift bad been taken ill while visiting her daughter mrs. Robert builder at Poughkeepsie she being ill for a length period. Another survivor i her son l Creighton Vandegrift of Ruddi Uptou. Mrs. Vanci grift who was born in Bristol township and who bad resided Here for most of her lit line made her Home at Bristol Pike and Street Road she a a member of Christ episcopal Church. Funeral arrangements Are not completed. Dan to c \ k 1,1.1 Iii Frank huh i. La Ngchoi n ounces the marriage of id ter. Miss Dorothy May Rubi William j. Nel linger. South c Lina Ion of or and or John linger of Philadelphia the \ Din took place on May Filli at nativity Church. I Hila Dophia red tho John Militi Croydon. June John Patterson Avenue died in n Hospital Philadelphia Lii Ingv ii a i tie Rev. Janies r. Gailey will deliver the Sermon to members of l lie lass of pm1. When in Bristol High school auditorium the baccalaureate service is held tomorrow afternoon at three o clock. Subject of the pastor of Bristol presbyterian Church will be or. Eleanor Kozinski director of music at the High school will be in h Uge of the musical selections. The a Ca Pel la choir will sing a the lord prayer Quot by mailed. The prelude and processional will be choral Quot Mendelssohn and the recessional Quot War March of the priests Quot Avenel Olssohn i. Dance Marks closing of Bensalem youth Center Cornwells Heights. June ,�?~5 the losing program of the season for the youth Center sponsored by Cornwells Parent teacher association was held last evening. I111 a dance and other numbers taking place in the auditorium of Bensalem lows shop High school. During the period that the Center has been operating at King Hall Andalusia. For the past few months Jit is stated that the aggregate attendance has been about 4.000. Nearly inn were present last eve Ning inc luding the Young folks jul Weir parents and chaperones. John j Diamond had charge of refresh men s and miss Rita Vincent was i i charge of decorations. The auditorium was attractive with Gay streamers and peonies and roses decked i he stage. From s., to 11.30 the Young folks enjoyed dancing to music by a professional orchestra. During intermission the following program was presented with Melvin Mack announcing prayer the Rev. Arthur f. Gibson vocal i Solo. A say a prayer for the boys Over mrs Otto Grupp. Or. Accompanied by miss Lois Mccartney with violin Obligato by miss Kroetc i remarks c. Burnley White. Then As two girl scouts and i two boy scouts holding the hairier i it an Flag and the Christian Flag. Were a spot lighted Quot in the Center i of the stage a moment of silence paid iribiitc1 to boys in tin service As a recording of a the lords Pray Jer was heard. The singing of american by the audience was led j by Elmer Vansant. John Fox Dies at his Winder Village Home John Fox died at Bis Winder Village Home on thursday evening at the me of ii years. I he had been ill Onn time suffering from a heart i ailment. Or Fox. Who was employed As a i too inspector at Plant 1 of Fleet i j wings division of Kaiser cargo. Incis survived by his wife and the following daughters and sons mrs. Harry Malcolm. Tullytown j mrs. Paul Vetchel upper Darby i Frank of Phila Carl of Emilie and Robert of Winder Village. Newtown. June Cunt Bucks count Ian. Has returned to his Horn from Australia or Hunt flew the Pacific in in hours. During the five months that Hunt has been in the South Pacific War zone he saw the Conquest of several a Jap Quot held islands in Northern new Guinea and the great military bases in Australia. In new Guinea or. Hunt met naval it i John Wright of j Newtown a member of the w to has made an excellent record in construction of naval in a Sta hat ions. Penns Manor. June 2 has come to Quot Penu Bury an 1 with the new Surgi in Trees so a rubs and Vine s renewed interest in the Spring ill Oppl of life conies a stored a my fiddle is subject before a rotary club Doylestown. June a i or. Charts Haft who in addition to devoting much time to his Hospital in Northampton has made an intensive study of musical instruments especially violins and violas was the guest speaker at the meeting of the rotary club Here this week introduced by or. George t Dayman. Or. Haff. Who is sometimes known As tin musical surgeon gave a very interesting talk the subject of which was a my fid-1 the guest speaker has devoted j much time and Effort and spent j Large sums in the collection of old violins and violas and today is the a Ovner of seven of these instalments of which four Are outstand ing. J one of the violins or. Haff displayed and which was used later j in the evening during the presentation of a Brief program is what is known As the a Lafont and j was made by Antonins Stradivarius at Cremona. Italy in 1699. This violin was named after Charles Philippe Lafont a Frenchman who was Solo violinist for the emperor of Russia in 1x08, and who played first violin for Louis xviii in 1x15. Lafont played this instrument in a competitive concert with this Friend. Paganini and was so gratified with his Success that he used it during his lifetime land had his name inscribed on it. Another add instrument or. Haff brought with him and which also was used during the program was a Viola made by Jacobus Stainer in 16-52. I Home of w Illiam Penn on the Banks of tir Delaware for the year 1941 i firings to tiie it visitor a much clearer idea of How the country seat in the new world begun for tie founder and first governor of Pennsylvania Hilliss. Appeared to the person fortunate enough to be a guest there nearly 100 years before the revolution. We it i k of re creation was be Guu in Civ and now. In years later the insults of painstaking Effort years of research and Lal it orious tasks some done Over and Over for lie Sake of perfection are1 beginning to show where six or seven years ago there was Bill a dilapidated farm House and some acres Given Over to a few crops there stands today a Manor House patterned in every possible detail like that which William Penn with such enthusiasm Pitili a and had built and with the outcropping of have s this Spring the1 visitor read awards will be Given students at St. Francis school commencement exercises to be held at Eddington tomorrow afternoon a military Drill William m. Lennox of University of penna., will be principal speaker Mir rms into tiie \ \ Harry pries son of or. And mrs Louis dries and manager of the dries furniture store on thursday was inducted into the c Navy at Philadelphia and was sent to Camp in Earv. Virginia. Here and there in Bucks county towns activities of interest to All in the various communities gleaned by scribes or vis Bai Nult aged 10, son of or. And mrs. Ezra Barndt. Quake town it i is recuperating in the Quakertown Community Hospital following the amputation of his left foot the re sult of having had it caught in the wheel of a tractor. Accordini be Ives by to information or. And mrs. C i i ii 11 ii in in on 1�?Tiiue in our i i i n local weather observations poo 24 Hhugo twinn Fanino Oam to omm a Haas or a Rutn Observatory Bristol a. Temperature headlines maximum .90 f minimum. 71 f Range. 19 f the great game of politics by Frank r. Kent distributed by Mcnaught Syndicate inc a. Hourly temperatures Ltd. M. Be t e i Day. 71 9 10 11 12 1 noon p. In. 8 m 10 1 1 12 1 Midnight. A. M. Today p c relative humidity precipitation inches. Tides i Bristol High water Low water 1.24 a s.32 a. 1.44 a rave Issue Washington june 1 from the Cou a fusion of the prep luminary presidential Campaign t h e r e is n o w emerging an Issue of such vital importance that it should be Reade Clear to every voter. Particularly it should be in de stood by those i n t h e a r m e d services Here and w Ilc ast their ballots j hot. It is unlikely this can be done As the politicians in one party Are Inte rested in not having it made Clear and those in the other apparently Lack the courage to do so How a ver if some Way is not found i to bring the facts Home to the nation As a whole it May Wake up m it year to Tinei a form of govern a. Merit riveted upon it wholly form. It Iii to the american idea and entire a unpalatable to the american taste the essence of this Issue i whether the people of the pelted states Are ready to have the country run by the Radical bos faction a real i v to t he o wit que the to Ion of one Cio is no partisan exaggeration a simple statement of fact i neither in it War nor the Adira Timi propagandist to toiled i aundry Milnet. Mechanic printing Frani is a labor that this it is a Vic minis Imp allowed to obscure. Evidence that to domination of the next administration is bound up in the Success of tie Roosevelt fourth term attempt is sufficient to c convince almost any detached observer. As a matter of fact few would deny that the Cio has highly Flavoured this administration in the. Past eight years. The Point is that under existing conditions another Roosevelt re election will enhance its Power far beyond any previous. Conception will in fact place it in i h controlling position. O by Fork stating tiie Case n is William Worth recalling that since its in a proving at cd Dinton. June 3 Mene ement exercises at St. Francis i Voe ional school will take place tomorrow afternoon at three of clock. The Rev. Daniel p. Dougherty chaplain of the school will preside it ail present the diplomas. William m Lennox manager of ubi ties at the University of Penn Sylvania. Will be the principal j Speake a. Tie program will open w Ith Nili i tary Drill did exercises a Parade j and the raising of the colors. This part of the program will be under Lii direction of Lieut. William k. Hoffman first infantry Pennsyl a Vania slate Juard who is Drill j master at the school. Ali a commencement entertain j ment will be under the direction j of Raffaele Garritano teacher of1 band music at the school. The j numbers will Bas follows a Victory Quot Paul Yoder band a America America Hail blessed name Quot chorus blessed France s i Xavier Cabrini David Brenn Anali Bells of St. Mary a chorus \ valedictory Francis ,1 Klc Kak a Vic tory Calm band the National Anthem student body. The m. T Bonivier prize of for Scholastie a excellence during the course will be awarded Francis i Kizhak. The m. C Bonivier prize of for Ellie in Ivey in Shoji work i 11 be awarded Joseph l. Mcdonald the american be Gisoti medal will be awarded James ,1 Vargo. Twenty two other prizes for class and shop work will be awarded. The graduates include agriculture Joseph l Dougherty. Theodore a. I it Stiglie try. John k. Dowd. Peter a Gallagher Joseph j Hines Charles .1 Silas. Robert i Smith i automobile mechanics Audrew p Mastelli. Cooking Rocco j. Desire Gordiej. Up Etrie and Gas welding Charles s Boyd. In Homas c. Boyle John r. Bolton. Thomas h Brown David j by Nan. Bichard j Brennan Raymond f. Brogan. Russell j Cardamone. Samuel f. Castorina Vincent m Collins Robert j de Lucca John j Doyle Charles j Finnegan. Joseph b Hall. Thomas .1 Hamm Paul f Harris Charles .1 Mai Lack. Ceorge c Matlack. John .1 of Brien Stanley f Siskie w in. Harry f. Smith. Joseph j Turner horticulture Raymond l. Mora lies. Mating ment Tiwold f recognizes i lie Apricot i tie it Plum and the quince tie a. The various herbs in the herbs Garde a. And views with longing Eye the a Sweet reel Sira Vav Ber Berrie Gaspava vigils. Row after Rove now in its see Olid year was not Cut this Spring. But permitted to get Tegt seed so that a it might properly propagate in i years to come just As m Penn s time there is All manner of Berry Flower Anel vegetable that grows readily in Thi quote e Tion Pellilo bad a Lesei ibo cd Quot Pei Asbury a in his Elan As having Tine tillable soil and soil is to i Day vegetable and Mower plants Are grown in Sash Beds them set out at i he proper i glue. The ism1 visitor to a i Lunsbury times things Greally change gtd in even one Anel Twu years so nicely Are the Trees Ami shrubs Progress ing. Approaching the Manor House Eiver Gravelled drives Between neatly clipped pleats of grass lined with a variety of Young Trees the j various types of fences some i painted White and the m at Little bake brew Anel smoke houses Art seen attractively grouped about the sturdy Manor House which Over looks the River. Although several of the rooms including the a Best parlor a the lesser parlor the dining room and the Nursery ale completely or partially furnished. I lie visitor s at Tention is naturally directed in the Spring to tiie lawns and gardens. A Hemlock hedge trimmed to a i height of approximately 2 v Lee l surrounds one grass plot at the1 i rear get tin properly which h the Visi tor first approaches. Large Holly Trees occupy the Center Section of t lie Green. The ? walks of one Garden plot Are Inird red with goosed Erry Bushes while nearby Are raspberries and currants strawberries Euc Brane b is of Dwarf types get to Baldwin Apple l re is Are l rained up eme of t be fences. The Herb Garden Light id any Home Muke i a Oill thyme chives Feverfew Sage. Swem t Laverier. Woodruff due and Many others. Laid out in attractive patterns some of the Small Beds Lave Borders of up eucled bricks. A kit of Eolior greets the1 Eye in lie Howei Garden to the front of i he Bouse overlooking the River. Columbine in every imaginable bade Calendula Myrtle Wood violets White violets pinks snapdragons Iris peonies Johnny a Imp ups. Pansies yellow a Lay lilies All 1 me their place. At intervals appear White benches and Here and there Are Boxwood Bushes. A Philadelphia fee painted while surrounds the Garden doing Down the stairs to the Low i on 11 ii us in on i it k a loin 8 year old boy Dies of injuries suffered when he ran into school bus path victim is Russell Girton Little school mates witness the tragedy at Cornwall a Heights school death occurs at Harrim a Hospital yesterday afternoon a funeral on i a to tray Lech. I inward ii. In ii Ruiyun son of air and or be i Mann. Or. I d Elv t toned w it 11 t lie i s the Alaska Highway. Score ii who is Sta army along is now at internal injuries suffered by a Small boy As his schoolmates stood by helpless when the child is said to have run into the path of a school bus proved fatal yesterday afternoon tor Russell Girton jr., 8, Bensalem i township. I lit child son of or. And mrs. Russell Girton Washington i tiie Bensalem was severely and painfully injured about the Abdomen when it is believed his body be came wedged Between the wheel and either the bumper or tender of the bus late i thursday afternoon. I Kep to the Harriman Hospital by a High school student the Lari died \ esterday. Is a de with it hum on his first furlough his spending 2b Days with parents relatives Anel friends Cpl Bergmann who has been in the ruin tor 1 Vit years found i ii i t get a change in temperature when he1 arrived in the state s lie Mays that a Shete lie has been stationed the to Inge nature during the Wile i we it As Low As 72 degrees lie Low Zero Cpl Bergmann found seve ral changes in Bis Home town ills parents had moved and Bis brother is no v in t he i s a v v w Hen Cpl Bergmann a furlough the i initiate s lie will return to White i bus. Y Ukon Tei Mitory Post War problems Are accorded study new Hope residents consider what future years will bring Many participate dedicate plaque honors Rohm amp Haas servicemen a Piacine honouring Lii of a tfx Young men from Redini a a Haas company now in the service of their country was Uelch ate a yesterday afternoon i at be Remoline s held at 111e�?� Plant. Phi pimple w he i was place al the in j Pori ill on a n a a Sei will he erected Between the main office and tile Gale House it is made entire la Eif just Bow the tragedy occurred t not know n St Bool children who were waiting with Liu al to Beard the bus Elie Lavoi de to Tell ail Thot Iii jul i what had Lake ii Phi it some claiming the Wii eed Pas de Over the1 youngster while other incoherently mated the a thought the email lion la was to. De about b the wheel. Are of the that the boy was Between i be wheel and Olexij �11 at in e be Sis Iii of Opi Niem wedged bumper. Russell parents a leaves ill Voi in Gei addition c Sitter and Ila it let p lit i t w o. Or ceremony were reptile service Mem from Haas and employee eel Rohm alte tin Linn the i Grain included i in it a i be Rev Ltd Eorge k rec tor of St James i Ini room toi y remarks i led w in. V ice president b Eli Calory address it starry. I s army the Piacine by miss and William late i i n Voe Boswell k Church i. Leslie of Hie Linn ced doll a. In ii v de i i Tig of butt a a Somers taps sounded xi0w Llola a. June Seli v e put i sous in e i 111 i Iii ii Kii this week Tei take part in a. E n i y Bool called i my Cpl. E. Connolly is a prisoner of War anxiety of 4 months relieved for relatives was reported missing is in a Good health al drawing and Blue Thomas j. Alexander Kizhak. Sheet Metal work Joseph j Ber Medil Robert f. Cramer. Richard k. Al lion. Louis p i Zenski. David al. Mclaughlin. Francis a me me Narnin Angelo p. Michelli old Ward j. Richards. Richard .1 Robin stationary engineering James a Meehan. Joseph l Mcl Jonald Michael l Santini. Imp Kovitt i Arensmeyer is an it w est Circle Home on i in Iii in on in Rkia Kong j following an attack of illness anxiety a it i four Mouth was Given Relief for Bart a Connolly. �?T187 Pond Stree i on thursday the n he receive i word that Bis son it j it 1 j Edmund a Molly. Of the p J rangers is lies had been i shrug in \ action since january 50th. Is a prisoner of War Cpl Connolly age d a to bad be in in the army but eight months Vebi ii lie was take n a prison a by the Iti i Nasik lie was one of those j in the ill fated group of about 5 00 j who tailed to re Turu following an l Atlak 11 e a i Cisterna Italy Only a a returnees to flair base the ii Manele i a re Lippe a and Eithe i taken prisoners get a kill eel air Connolly s ie11er.s to ids son we re re turned to him one by one and on March 12th he received al telegu i i rom the War depart Merit rating that Edmund was missing in action. Prom then until thurs Day in knew nothing of the where a about of the Young Man or if 1m a was till alive. Then tiie prisoner of War division in Washington. D forwarded or. Connolly a letter from Bis sem tie Young Man who i a Trembe i of the Rte in regiment of rangers advised Bis father that hot is in the a be St of Baa it h Cpl. Connolly s ele i Folle a it be b Lui 1m dear Duel �?o1 guess this letter will be a Surprise. It s just a few lines to let you know i m alive and in the Best of health i m getting three Good meals a Day besides u lion from the red Cross each week. I done to have Tegt do any work set All i do is eat and deep we have Church Here just like in the army. Tell be n and Evelvn not to a on Tintie ii on i Iii Lime it hla1 i aim tiie mothers i Juill of St. James a Hurch will hold a card party on wednesday evening june 7th. In the Parish House on Walnut Street discussion Quot ii Community be cd How in Mee t Thieun through group planning Tinl e of pc iat Ion the value of this Type of in theting was fell to be so definite that those j pres ill voted enthusiast really fori a Perma ii it Community Council Mil Fri it ii it town meetings de this l y be i h a meeting was an aimed by the a ague de women voters As a part of i heir current Perl on a co injun it Plann i g now Quot mrs Charlew b Cary of new Hope chairman of the league Presb al ic11se 11 Black. Well known authority on City planning Ami a j member of the local school Board was the tii St speaker on the panel Alt Black distinguished Between him Range economic and social i planning for the welfare of tin people which must Stem from our j National and slate governments and l lie More i Iuie a irate and Ali Ideal planning that can but done Only j by common lies lie said that not w Hope Anel the a founding areas Shemild be Able in make the adjustment trom Wai a of peat a More easily than Eom j i jellies be re there Inis been a i Boom in Industry and population i but he sail we ibo wild be Giri to take up the Slat k immediately Anel tart working loge her not just to j lib Vitae present a Robb a but toward assuring a be11et life lot the entire Colum univ by Charles Brodle. Heilem fiction th�1 re v l a i la Paul barrel. Of St Mark s r c Pali i. Sedei Tieniz by the Rollini Ltd Haas co Itami Iid licked America and the it National ant Liem. The i Avo w Ilo hive Ile al i Ile Pla in �in1 ii allies Ollie iwo a Young Meli ill Iii the Limi w to Bave lost their i Ives in the service Aliss Somers lathe and air Vilch s son Bave old Lai beside t Ilei r Ila lies figures indicate much waste paper Here u. S. Dept of Commerce claims 160,797 pounds Are in Bristol some in suburbs younger brother a my 1 a t l ick it ii ton the vets Oil of the Ca e1 a seven by the Small Pupil who waited outside tiie Bensalem i Job school Bush lug Lei i web Fri their Homes is that Rie add had Betti standing with the group a the in turned from Bristol Imke it it school Lane which run alongside the High school building the Ltd to ton lad is Noel to have i quickly Dart de Froin the group into tiie path of the bus Pennsylvania state police at South Langheim ban m in a Wren Noti Bel and c a Jone a signed Tei tin inv ligation the i i ver of lie by Joseph Uetzman ,Ilem town hip. I held to await Attini by tin Coroner Tury but is county Coroner i Alfred Istl Niril on l Zigr Kneif choir fetes 3 members at dinner party Here in and n Young a t evening by toi i Difei or Ved there a waste pit be i based on i lie per family j 1 Lepa l a melt of Lollin Titi Ouist t al today by me in which sail Ilo obtained by an inv of tie waste base me its an Houise Hobl i la is study april there w waste paper con tit i y i n Hase a on t in a v per family lilt ititi.717 pounds of in Bristol household average of i 1 Pou Mir Tig u reel by the i s ree. I Llis w As the depart to lure a were it Ory Survey paper lying bile in a Hies in american audit ate re limed in it e j i Ila i i Olli ill Iii of t his a a \ rid i \ a i a n Missim. Vard lev. Junei 1st it i Low ate a it Ialey jr., son of Howard a Clarey sr., of Morgan Avenue is missing in action in the Kun Hopeau t he atre of War according tej weird re lived be re. Lias 1 a Lound Pem Nel Liam sur mate-1 i per ii Hou cd a i 7 to Pound pounds of s of Brown s of via the by pistol households a in Iii of a i Pound a v rage hem s i hold a a Tel new a pets j Magazine s j k a 11 Ami 2> Basket Pap i of i tiding Lanns have approx by r7.f> Pomis de waste paper family this proves Lii at Alili w a Ite paper i. I in 111 be r one al War material there is pie not Imelli Iii on la in i Olin three Young worm Man were honoured i members of the Bri Ian Chin e h choir at a a Linn at Bowens restaurant the members of lie elixir feted on tills occasion Are the mis amp is Patricia Henry Quot Betty Quot Lynch and Olive Johnson who graduate till a Pring from High school Riiel Dotin Murduck who will soon enter the Armel forces or Murduck is the i glib Mem be a of this choir to enter Iii i it and Oil be tall of the Choit mrs. Marburg d we Agley. Choir Kefei it sen t eel i ill with a Terl Illg Livet Idelt Itie at Ion Iii Ace let the menu Waas follow kult e up a re ame i e Iii Ken in Patty Bells parse y new potato Paragus Cole Slaw hot Rolie tee e i Eai ii iced i to a a lid e ofte it a program of game a Quot mini i t thers a11endlng that it Jean and Harriit a station Blanc if Savage Marian Smith eng Tina w Yatt. I Clarence Batch do m mrs. Aela Sands re a i a Van Ltd it Jame s r a Alley. I t Baile a i Bowen John Wool on. Loan to n mrs. Scott Wetherill and Charles 1 Sesmet Koi it i k Kisi of l \ v oils it surge s Stone j r die d in that City y Stone formerly made b r i -1 o i. Philadelphia a ter Day. Or his Home m latest news bulletins m american heavy bombers Rock German defences a Leinlein inv a Seell de be ii f w j e Toda v in a night blow at port v. Ere be l Ibe a coast Early in Eru aii in tin 11 Ashing ail Iez and cavy be tin lie i a de Calais a Nel Bon i Elay lib on Lauvil w to ii Nel militia v install i Ion keel a area a f i i me the i a 11 i hear i a g rap a Nelia be t a ten officially a la it Day a in mein. Night fora is \ followed Bey i f a t Occi Ipi new ten the in by Fighte i hammered military Taige to Quot in both sector hours latin an a Lenieal fore -1 i Ante a i a Tice rap i land t what de the cd the a re Diree ted Iii thu t Hern Prane Mil British planes attack 3 German merchantmen Marela it i t in ii Iri Rait Carrier in neither ii ruler a plane a British naval to k Force gliding through norwegian coastal w live bombed and strafed a Convoy of three in Amati tin re Hantion gating 20,000 tons leaving All smoking Mil burning furiously it revealed today the Teri in strike was made against a Convoy tote fed by f oui hips beading Down the Sta Dianet Peninsula Midway Between to Heim and Berven and presumably Laelena with a cargo of ores am oils from Narvik trom ters Mank Ond fish what our boy Are i 01n g to win t ii e War a a a a a a a a a a a a it John win Alt Kibbee on a or ind alas Ira j Mckibby o 15a h Road. Brito a we e Ine meet a in the 11 p e la of Avia Tieni cadet.-, to gradual from to army air forces Pilot s he t advanced 1 engine i at Ceorge Field. Illinois on Alay 2s� d a a received tile Silver Wing of w flying officer and was commissioned a second lieutenant it Riby air forces. It me Kibbee entered i bit. Training last november incl e. Tended flying schools at Helen. Arkansas and Greenville. A Kansas. Before i graduation s the adv Atiee a flying school at George Field Illinois. Before he enlisted for Pilot training be had attended Andrew Jackson High school. In civilian life. It Mckibbew wat it Field clerk for Brooklyn Union Gay co

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