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Bristol Courier (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Bristol, Pennsylvania Cortin circa tuition the Dally circulation of the courier exit Eeda 4,Tou Cople the Bristol courier Dau y weather retort Cloudy and slightly warmer today and tonight tuesday fair nod Vii Mer. \ of. Iii n to Jug by is it i by. Monday i Al in my i \ i 5. I a vice 3 a nov 10c a week Allied mechanized columns Stream through Rome at Breakneck Speed in Pursuit of disorganized germans Berlin military spokesman says a great Battle in Italy is continuing with undiminished i Ury after Allied occupation of Rome a wild excitement replaces Shock and Surprise for those liberated in Rome. Ily International Nevi nerdier Allied Media i lifted column in my the tiber River and ire lined through the it Reg it liberated Horne at Breakneck Pace today Iii Pursuit of disorganized it Eri imn forces eking to make a new land Soin where far North of the it Mal it my. A Berlin military poke Muli Aid that the a great Bani Iii Italy i continuing with fury after the Allied occupation of Rome two Center of lire tit fighting. Berlin said Are the Ector Lior beast cd Rome and the oath pin slopes Utah Sabine Hill Quot fifth army attempt to overtake the withdrawing German troops were the enemy broadcast alleged. Rome june Shock and Sii Pri a of Mil Feulou Chin Era new today and gave Way to i i As i the sudden and 11 la c a a Ltd a wild a mile Merit and a lavish american and Iii dish with cessation cd t in Vav c11 e a o Iii c i i o 11is, last -1 in Rev. A. Macconaghy methodist pastor Dies Emilie. June of a a former pastel of Etui lie methodist Church t he Lien Alexander Macconaghy died on saturday molding following a to Uke suffered a few Days Previ Iris. I i lie funeral services will take place tomorrow afternoon at one of lock at the Willow Grove met ii i id i t chm it ii 25 in armed forces get licenses to wed 16 soldiers 7 sailors Marine and one of the air Force Are included 66 licenses issued of enemy resistance enu Blin la it Gen Mark Vav. A lath to an tem tee Complete liberation of House after almost 22 Ltd Oppi a Sion. Tin unlit by feet s been be crowded with Holiday makers and Home gave generously of its traditional hospitality and All the romans scanned overjoyed when an american private allegedly Iron Brooklyn mount a Benito Mussolini Tamo i haircuts of the Palazzo Venezia anti delivered himself of an i oat Ion which Aid inst what lie and All tin other it Joes t ii i ii k of fascism. The celebrations were of an orderly nature although an Ocean Aal act against some staunch easel or remaining nazi was reported. At 9 o clock Hist night this Cor respondent was at hastily est abolished press Headquarters in the outskirts of Rome. At that hour and for Many hours thereafter. There was Savage rear guard lighting As tin germans strove hard to screen and protect their withdrawal. The skit of Bonn pyrotechnic flashes machine dins tattle Bullet s w Iii t led tin steady rear Tough i by the German a is till hit ii let to 11, lint i w a were ii with cd big gulls and snipers maid Ai i loll nit inn d i i d e 111 tile ill Dill k Ness Derma ii oui inned Cann we in i last no pal in Nae i hat out. Doylestown. June a Twenty live of the Cai Mali applicants for limn id be been is in Bucks it minty Dir la a May were members of tin armed forces of the knifed states. In fact tin id soldiers Sevan abhors a Marine and one member of Hie air Force who secured licences Here. Kept the month of Mav i rom being one of the very owes1 on i ecord. What tin a merry month of june Quot will bring Forth Iii tin Way if a Elop in Brid s in by k c minty remains it be seen. Last year in june a total of lot marriage License s were granted. Its possible hat this number will be increased due to the fact that a number or Ordiers and sailors Are returning Home for various reasons and recall a of the fact that Many of the defense Plant workers Are now latties established. It was Only four years ago in May when a total of 345 marriage licenses were issued compared to tie in May this year. About aft per cent of the tar triage granted in May this j year were non residents of Bucks j Poi my tin a t rage age of t in male applicants was 26 while tin e males averaged 24. All Hill i Bree it tile be Hith a Pali Cati t s in May had on ii a Lions cd oui Dpi wit h most of t lie a Pali rants making Good Money in hip nearby Cli p use plants. Funeral of John Frebe to be held wednesday 9 Croydon. June 5 funeral tor John o Frebe who Din Iii nazi eth Hospital Philadelphia on sat inlay is at ranged Tot wednesday. Tin set \ ii e w ill lie held at t lie late Home of tin deceased. Batel son a nue. Wednesday at two p. In tin by Jame s la Galley pastor it Iii pistol by Espy i a aria ii Chut e la. W ill officiate. Burial in North Cedar Hill cemetery Philadelphia will he in i Baige of Kola i t t Mindil. Fum i Al director and friends May Call tuesday Al cuing Miet Ria is Sui ived by his wife. Anna co Hanisky Frebe and the following Sisters and Brothel mrs Walter Wilkinson mrs. William Bacilli mrs. Lillian Green Philadelphia mrs. Baile Seltzer Morrisville mrs Fred Goga Glassboro n j mis Joseph Richard. Bridgewater Harry Frebe of Philadelphia and Christian Fiche Croydon. The deceased who a 16 years j old had resided in in tor 16 years i he had been 111 hut a shoe time i 25 wedding guests poisoned by sandwiches Perkasie Lune 5 sandwiches i served at a wedding reception sat j inlay night Are believed to have i aused an outbreak of food Poison tug affecting 25 of tile 45 persons who attended tin party including tin Bride bridegroom and tin officiating Clergyman. St Rouse member of the stall of Sellersville Hospital w Het several of tin wedding guests Wen treated yesterday pronounced diem victims of food poisoning. Several if the guests were taken t the Elm Terrace Hospital at Lansdale the recept loll at the hotel follow eel tin marriage saturday afternoon of Merrill Landis son of or. And mrs. Norman Landis of Souderton. And mis Peggy Fisher daughter of or. And mrs. Edmund c. Fisher of i Page i m ill tin Bride i Ishii i a craftsman employed Ley Edward g Budd co. Philadelphia and the Bride Lias been employed at tin ski Plant Lansdale Here and there in Bucks county towns Alley phil#., interests club members Hulmeville Ned Moyer or bad Bis tonsils removed at St Christopher s Hospital. Philadelphia on Friday he returning Home yesterday i and mrs Charles Costa ban moved in Langhorne Nicholas or adz a i enjoying two week vacation the family i having its Home on Mckinley Avenue in prov re Ley in i i it at not cd paint in in methodist sunday school workers conference will be conducted this evening in the Church. Pfc Wallace Cav in who is to jolted at Ford Meade my hits Imti visiting his parents. Alt and mrs Edward Davis. The Rev William Boyer of fan Hie. Who has been serving As a i is Ottar to the belgian Congo Africa spoke to members of be shaming methodist sunday school yesterday Horning in being Intro duped by of the adult department. Kenneth scantily the Rev. Alt Boyer told of Advance of the work since in entered that Mission held in 191s he told the in is lariats Bow i to Lunk Quot g at a t bikes edit at Ion i hey being build t Heil of to House t in 1 a Otto tie Gam an i dec pit a i to at t lie Celt to Iii y Iglus Menthe it t tie to in club a 11 it Ipa Ted ill t he club s set tug 11 in ten saturday tit group be i it i t leg ast site Tot its \ i i to a1 advanced school then walking its far its to and 2ft Miles to elicit Homes during the w it k ends to secure their food Supply tor the Tol lowing week the speaker displayed a number of pictures done in Oil Aud Crayon a Iso a a p. T Hest being lit work of tin Congo sin Dent Tullytown the alb in old or. Home. Curl i is i to i air. Amil eve Vizza is ill at lift wednesday St Hool it Igi i met i ing Tullytown tune 5 the monthly meeting of the Tullytown Home and school league will he held this evening at eight o clock in t in school. Red Cross Benefit planned at Newtown Gilardi was in new York City Mabel Cray. Crepy Jon. Was a memorial Day visitor of Friend a lid Vela t Ives in re mrs Robert Bailey and daughter. A a Judy attn were thursday list tors of mrs Harold Coon. Bristol. Ait Aud mrs. Joseph Jovett and family. Bristol were tuesday Tsi tots of la Roy i Arvel i or. And mrs. Ade Appleton it. Itt Ftp daughter Trenton. N j were Holiday guests of Alt and mrs in tie Appleton. Or. Airs Joel Lineberry Aud miss Carol Lineberry by pistol spent j shut Day it the Home eel Alt Aud a1 i s William Barwin. J air and alts Wright Carien has received weird t lint to nor son. Ini Charles Carien Lins arrived in Camp Fannin. Texas miss Luc y Silvi John Sib i. Is and John Silvi ii spent Mentor sermons preached in Bristol i a a a a Lawrence Silvi. S 2 i from Adieu school miss Anna in slake Itas a t ept a to a position its Navy inspector with Hunter Mig co. I and mrs William Ala Hiason entertained recently mrs. May Beatty Waller Alet Lei mis Jennie Cahill. Mrs. Ralph Blatchford. Or Elizabeth boules and mrs Hen Erickson. Trenton x la Ami aits Catherine Vare it Philadelphia. Mis Frances Bezz i has accepted i Pitlon with bastion aircraft. Trenton. N. J. As intermediary Lei k graduates of two schools listen to baccalaureate High school and beef tales High school auditoriums Rev. Gailey at b. H. S. Rev. Henry Cunningham preaches at service held in Bensalem i in r Geouge l l eee a he s George Dilley Claymont. Del., father of William Lill y. Limb to Street died on sat it Lay follow no a lengthy Ulm at i Home hmm Mea will he lie id at Hephzibah at two o clock Ott wednesday with Iii ferment at Hep ii a. Dinn j it in m it n Ai ions the mothers association of in Ted Public schools will give a sop per to the Gill athletes of bit Lee High school Cen wed Day cd a Ming. June 14th. The Moth Quot w idling to attend Are Tike a to make ,. A run i ii it a by saturday to pie in or 255 1 covered dish supper is enjoyed by women a a covered tii ii supper was enjoyed by Mon t int to Vii min ii of i lie loft ii Iii i lie bom la m i s. It i ilk i m a Hilt Bim g Roc Ltd Friday evening the a Ila to was open in to tithe of the stir ii Al Dressly Chi not i ii i a Al Biti a Ems. Tilt sep i Rma Rice the Lour it in to t Mir a Mil lass which is i Char in alts. A i lilt to it the it 11 tile women pre rut de a to Ige in re i w Hite a tic him tones. \ i Ogi Aln of guts Vav Ere it la a of d. Champion Bowler of state is to be the attraction in Middle of june Newtown. June 5 tin of boil Lune in the exact Date to he announced litter Hie Newtown Keere-11ion Center will sponsor a How Ling a Bibb Ion for Hie Benefit of Hie local red Cross or. So Melcher tin owner of the i real Ion cd Ute i. A a r t a aged to him t he Champion How let of t in state of Pennsylvania and the Bookbinder who hold tin world s i a a it Ord As the highest Scot tug in Atit lot tie by by he 1 sea son to the new i owl Ron cation Center. Tin event will without doubt i dilute in x ii i i t Ion wort it a est to c int r i ii Iichi in i ii in it it our local weather Orsi rations to it aft hour Kenton Suntum a n a m. At Hohm it Haas of Ather Obr Rva tory briftrol., a. Temperature Reading maximum 6 e minimum. A i Range. 22 f hourly temperature a in be de relay. A. It. 57 i. T the great game of politics by Frank r. Kent distributed by Mcnaught Syndicate inc Udd la p. In. It 10 i in i Midnight a. In today Allak is i. I 51 i lie Wallace controversy Washington j atm t to 1 by Frank about it the big reason it 11 i ii it a exceed a Bigly deep feeling concerning t he renomination of vice-1 i t it to a i lace a Al r. Roosevelt foul the Tern 1 running mate i that in the event of t to 1 Clee lion o t 1 h e Roosevelt. Wallace fit Kef or Wallace chances of becoming pie silent before the trn in is Over Are considerably greater than they were in pm to. To c relative humility precipitation it to bes the s Al Buis Khz High waterline water 2 56 a 10.12 a 3 16 it. To 2 i p. In. Us. This is too obvious to need argument. For one thing should or. Boosch Eit be re elected to would be 63 year old soon aft r Bis inauguration instead of 59 As in la by. Fen another while there is nothing in Lite least serious tile matter Wplie him. Lie been fenced to slowdown be fewer people Atte do less work. I not a order of hts physician lie is taking Lect Ter a a re of him of Ami Lite whole Whit Hon to St a it 1 t tying to spa 1 him i All Linnet e a a t y labor. Nat ii to sly. I this a Given Rise to speculation j 1 one the situation should in j 1 in 1 it of. It in. I has be n suggest j cd. For a id that after t lie wat against Germany Lias been won or i Roosevelt might resign devoting 1 himself in the making of tin peace and accepting direction of the Post War i ague of nut ions c n he might Fine himself physically in i aide to cepe with the terribly difficult Domestic problems Ami in. 1 impelled to relinquish the preside m y to save in health either of flies suggestion hts in with the claim of i friends that he really does t want to he president again and is running Only because of i belief that his continuing is essential to the winning of 1 lie War. Of cof Ese if elected or. Roosevelt May regain i full strength arum serve another term he then would be Only 671 with unimpaired virility rut. If must but admitted that to one reason or another then i an enhanced Prospect t Over c on i of stir baccalaureate Are Moil were Prea lied to the graduating classes it Bristol High school and Bensalem township High school yesterday afternoon in Bristol the Rev janie1 r Galley pastor 1 i the Bra Tol presbyterian Church addressed the Bristol graduates while in Benah a the Rev. Henry Cunningham pastor of Bensalem presbyterian Hutch was the Speake r addressing Iii Sermon Clit entry id tin graduating class the Rev. Hailey spoke upon the topic of Quot St i in Hil Quot Rev. Galley told the students that they ii Al gone to school in very it Lii Heil it times and in the midst tit War. This. Lie1 said had caused Manyin not s ii Ile St Bool Prier Iii Iii w list ii Hud add tee their ditties a ties. A it a not a time conductive for you to do to tile Best of your ability. You deserve commendation non than a class of any other 1 ii based ids Sermon on Paul s letter to to philippian., a let us live in Carli Day As it comes said the speaker and in urged them to forget the things of tin ast As Yaeli Dawn bring Loren ,1 new Day a m w beginning with new opportunities and my life a Ivy. Cannot live in tin past Quot he told he graduates that they lad passed through a period of preparation and that they now face a new to k eat ii erne it it the new it his h in i Agne w 1 a a poll 1 to i i is and in said that Hgt their accepting their 1 is poll Sibi i it it. Hint their ability would grow Aud develop. A you must accept responsibility before you can grow into strength Quot a strength comes by meeting re Sponsel Brilty and not by evading it Ile told tin graduates to fix their course. To plan their work a you Are like a ship Iii Harbor that the Crew has spent weeks preparing for the voyage. It Lias been stocked with supplies and made ready but that dip is useless if it has no destination to. A speaker asked the student what had been tin it of sending 11 j�-111 to school it they Diel not have a Des nation in mind. In told them that a goal might be so far above i hem that they could not see i i of Eye ii of these Days to filled with a passion for service. Have a a Sion. A yearning and a zen get that passion in your heart i Quot not look i i"111 a a w to in Jim re i a a Means of earning a livelihood Lent i As an Avenue of service. You Young people Ai seeing out in to a world which is vary d Iff in ii la said the speaker. A the world is at War Bur we Are broking beyond to a world 01 peace Ami ii 1 there that Vee i f a a will Ile Quot tie Rev. Galley said that peace would he solved by people learning to ii together and a the Only Hope of a successful pea. Is to have Brid there it is your generation Width 1 going to tsar the Brunt of this catastrophe choose be this j Ila a a learn of me was the text taken by tin Rev Henry Cunningham. A tor of Bensalem presbyterian j Church in in a he delivered the baccalaureate Sermon tor the Cia a of a ii in the tis Aiem town hip j i i on in Euc l Eor Cornwells Hal lists i Harold h a Canei Ami sons Bobby and Fred re turned Homet -1 a iday following id Days visit to airs. Hue tier s parents Al and mrs Fred l Condi. Alleluia e. N j i and mrs Condie a Compon Jed their daughter hero tor a few lays visit this veal Elfi Philadelphia luncheon Vias to i veil tee the women at one of lot k it tin Al lends service Center. Philadelphia after which Hie Bristo lians Aud of lie t groups i i 1 de a number of Home on Ell til Alley Aid to he the old 1 a i i Iii Hie culled states Vav Lites lit tines have. O n t i til to u s i it Leo in ii a i.�11 ii pc ital of i one let a ii in copied six of Host quaint houses were open tie Lite Public ten tills Day amt main it the Odd fixture in the rooms were admired rare Battel tic shelves Vevie noted Iii olm of tin Little stores Aud of pail Cellai interest was Hie House occupied at one Tim by Stephen Girard fire damages floor of Eddington Bridge firemen delayed in efforts because of High voltage in electric lines delays some trains Eddington. Juno 5 Fin yes Lei Day Moi Ming bin tied i in pooling >1 tile overhead trip fit by Idee above the p la ii at station Avenue the flooring and Bridge on tin North Deb la lid above tin pm thou in Tiack Vas considerably burned firemen were ii i called tee tin scene allot try Atter in o clock but inc to a delay by tin i r it in ii ii 11 inn Oft tie High voltage Lim Vav Loch opt Tate i lie Al tilt to Allis were unable to tight the flame ii wits nearly two hours be toil in Ptim Al wan but Oft upon the Ai 1 in Al of Iii Cinel from by pistol it was hut a slue 1 time before tin flames w 1 it extinguished. Trim traffic was delayed Aland an hour la Lincoln Hughes stated thai in Delepho itch tin p it r head Quad leis at Jersey City when tin Corn Well them ii ii ref arrived hut that i oui i Nuti Oil i Mui i our Bucks county squads Aid in efforts to revive boy til Csc Ili i x j Jinn 5 the Lank county Maline association and the Bristol second Marmet of a Mer it a Hose Hook \ Kidder cd. Nev 2 aided at tin recovery of the Hod cd Hal in Cha Maliel 11 la. To. Soil of i and or William Quot Hunt bet in who ii Row lied Iii tin canal Here w Idle swimming saturday afternoon. The it 1 do a lid St Verat 1 oui a 11 it in were swimming u Lien it is dated 1 lint Cha Nitchi in suddenly ii i pea red \ playmate. Ned or Hunter pc to ii tin assistance 01 in tied pit Beitel 1 it overed the lazily members cd the Colon rest be squad of Washington crossing tin Bude county Marine association administered to 111 tic la i resp bion in two holds hut without Success the child a pronounced la Charles ii Mitchell county physician dead Ivy Mercer two grades have picnic at the Bensalem school Cornn Ells Heights j id 5 the Tift it and sixth grades cd Ben Alem township school held a pie tile on the athletic held Friday afternoon the sol the. Ii game Between the ill i in Iii it both Grade a won by tin sixth Grade Torch i to 15 rile co a la Plains tor tin sixth Grade were Lama kale and Elizabeth i in. Aud Leer tin Lith Glade Jean Smith Aud maty goals Abeid Iii hoc of tin sixth Grade won the shall game to oui Iii tilth Ley tile Ecol cd 9 to in Clarence Schmid c Al Lilied tin sixth team. And in Iii to Bowen was Captain Fen hic Dill a Dodge Hall game was won by the Elf tit Trade John Loc kind was opium tor tin fifth Ami Melte Hamilton for the sixth Orange Inlet and ice t i. Am Wen served to tin pupils or feed. Biliet Aud alls Sarah i vet cd the i hotel la. Ult Vav Ere ill Chare knives it ii 4 do i Man judgment sought against Bristol Engineer for Wea gov t accuses Joseph e. Newman of collect if a false Quot claims travelling expenses said to have securer i a pay for private chauffeur by International news service Philadelphia june. To Mph e new Man 24 r Etie lift. Street Bristol Fen met Prole Engineer for tho to 1 Kin project admin my Hon in Pittsburg a accused by tin government in fetid Ai do Drift Coin t Here today of hav big oiled $l2ft7 us on false Quot claims in an j to Mobile gave Ling expense and of j having tho spa pay i private Elauf Tutti wages amounting to g 166. 12 Ley listing tin Man us ,1 spa Nick Driver the acc Sal Lima Ai made in a civil suit filed Ley f s attorney Gerald a glues i a Ting Fen Fin government seeking a judgment against Newman ten a total of $6,516 2u. Representing double the amount of the Quot Impi Ope 1 payments w hic h total $2,273 to pills a pen ill y of $2,000 to hav ing made the Tai in claims. Be w Man according to a i. 1 soil s complaint is Tim Iii id Fen tie gave Ling expenses Between August 1935 Ami August be to on tits repro to Uta Lioti that in used ids own Ait of Obb Fen official business. But Eidson charges Newman didst own the automobile and Hie Gavel my for which lie was paid a not in to performance of ills official duties Glees oits complaint does not say who owned the automobile the tit inn alleged in to t brim 1 late to a Man named William h Ltd into Icil tin cd cute i our recreation Center has annual meeting a a the future of your Community lies in your children a says speaker j. Mccarthy Speaks new ii gig a. June 5 sixty Persona from be w hop sole Bury Heel i Ppd Ala k to i <1 Tow n in its at tend Tiia 1 Vav i k t in in ii Thima i meet 1 a .1 h 1 n tvs i i tipi by or to i hell Centre where Jaim Vijh Arthy recognized youth authority in a in Quot tie future of Yoni Community lies in your children a it he new Hope Ait Calid tit by id will Boa Rdo ii re in was he i d e hard in in i -1 Lent. John Folinsbee. Vice i 1 i Lent Watson Jaunty Gea Luiei mrs. James my omit miss j Cit h Al i Ye-1 the Rev be. Gullet St Ott Oblinger. The Rev Ellsworth Jeu a legs. Of new Hope miss Naomi Huber Secretary. Mrs Edward air it Al in Vich liar Ile Riley mrs a Barie child David lain i in. Peter Grey s a Jai Ole i 11 eau Soh leu t Norma to Mort Limo Ami i a inn. Horn i i Quot Wakefield Cli n b s Al Arr presided traced the history of the recreation Cid it a lid St i t Etc t a t Fin th1 past tire summer Ami Fri year 1 he mucks county play House Corpora t Ion and or Ami or Pidiry Chapin had donated the parking lot and the red Frame building on the lot to he u eel a in Tommu Iii play ground aids june be Iff or Sii pc 1 i or of tin recreational program stated that there wet 12 registrant Tot i in Winte r pre ram Wanh an a a r age attendant of to Mccarthy spoke of children Birn particularly test less during kids period of War and feet that re on require greater supervision starting june 26 under the continued on four in attle Hospital boy scouts of county on their Annua Camporee tin Bucks county Council boy stouts of America held hied an mini Camporee at Camp of Kalck on beginning at one p. Inhat Iii Day la Camporee ended at eight it sterility morning so that lit boys would have an opportune by to get Back to their sunday school and Church Aerah i he. A Iii pore ii Hull w its under i he the ret t in tit tin comping a i 1 m Iii Dies committee of to Council Villi la a j i rat Hie of new j town he airman of camping amt loll ii Buttonwood of by pistol Chad Man of the activities Auh committee j i charge. A group of 21 Scouters Dom All paid a of the county Acle j As judges. The 1 am pen is a part a i i Yea i Ion nil Progi a Iii with pre id iia 1 work taking place Iii the 1 loops it. Ginning wait ii ii and ending tip to in big out door veld the a t nil s on a i to Day a 111 pm 11 1 n three set. To 11 lot Iii amp eat n a i m>1 select Eft ii own it. It up Camp 1 Token supp 1 1 lid 1 Ca Koa -1, As Well a take a 11 ,11 he evening 1 a in pit 1 a Barol were judged to their ability to a Mir oui 1 Good pro 1 am t Brott ii out the entire period As Well ii their i. Howled be of Ca i Ping a lid 1 jumping i trois Welt lated on Heil ability and Vav i awarded to Chih t i for Patio Landing each Stout taking part received a Camporee medallion and the troops having a Bol in till High outings rat Elved tilt vide. Tom Point activity Stream. S ii Hiel it e to i Yum the re v.,. A sum 11 to 1 at 1 Iota not Georg f get Al Oil i lid lie Road Early yesterday Morion when some Hay outside on of the tin Bristol tire a Apt Norman l Gavid Soti to Kettle Widli mrs Davit Ani and their Oil noun Al Ivel e vib Tois of blends in by Moi yes Nlay Caid i to id soit who i a chaplain lit i i s army assisted in the adm no Galion of Toiv Ortii Unior in Iii is by methodist Church yesterday Moi Ning i lie 1 Lee being Iii charge of lilt Pabo the Rev by e Brenton gait clips David am was former pit Mio 1 of by Isid Lim the attractive ceremony in St. Annas Church or. Melvin Schneider and miss Mary r. Mauro Are United in marriage Many at ceremony with Bel Limie Civ his Bel Iii marriage All Mary it. Matin 313 Benn St reef bet aim he Bride on a 1 ii 1 a a 11 a r ii in ii to Al 1 Mel in a a in Ai 1 Abmd a new Purl i i to Brid i ill i o in a by Al t i a. A ii i 3 i a a ii la i i eel we i in Iii to 1111 e i la e i Didi miss Roberts pupils give musical numbers pupils id Jean holier4 partied rated in an info Mal recital on sat la i flu j afternoon Iii the to avel bib la ii the participants were incite in of a Sally Quot Jane Brown Phyllis vat lid Al Gordon Milligan Nam y blown pm Simeone. Corella Goodman by Tiothy Ann i a 1111 11. George Sel Nimat Loo Jean smolt k Slid lev Morrell i Lobo pm sum k Anni Geistlauer Rowland Paseos Eileen Hall eur Licud Juno Duke von i aul Lac a nil Veur a to for it Shirle y gel i ilium Judith foe lit. Barbara Lynn Dorothy Ann sen flue ii. Harry he Ken. Eileen i in Iii Josephine Napoli lame aim re-11. A inn Goodman it harlot to Booz. A be Fay Watson Miry Lune Finney Dorothy Bailey Mary vial Kin. Viola Wilkie Jean Fabian. Janie in wee Virginia Boyd Richard is runs Norma Gallagher via r be o i e i ii Ida ii Bali my Rell Chil i Bel i a Hook irate by it i a vol Pati i in nil Peel i i i m a ii Phi to Xii a Jean Robert Phi Ved by i 11 i a i i leg la Al Mua i. Rills Mou inc it Bony 11. I Iii i Light r 0 Ai i s Scio Tell i la i la i Mauro id officiating i. A Altin .1 of priest Vav ,1 r lie Rev Al i Al it r Bim i a i. V tit a i no Iii Belvi Imp Mil i it Horano 350 Dorrance Street of i Fred a tin ro-,11 y a i it hers in tie1 initial party wet a Alt find All Luton i ii 1 it it 1 a 3 11 i Elm of 1 eel Brot in r Iii la w a and 1 Lei with or Hie. Who a in eel a Best a ii la <1 Bride a Iii a floor length gown of White Heel w 11 ii a �?T1 Al t rain. Wan elected by the former i 1 a Maun for Lier u told 1 a Lehiy Vida i lion Lei. La Ell us ill efts i a a the i i ii i i i 11. It -11 o t i i 1 11 in a and hips tin gown had a my Cathcart not k in. Aud Long in so w Ore an Ora ii Quot Blo oui head a its with fun Tiara i of Ltd ill co ton trip ii i in i of ii i a w to. Ii Vav 1 r a aged to tomorrow look pin cd tii morning change in Virnig been made m to time of the i Des i be eight year old Bow a Tat Illy Hurt w Hen in i said it have i in in ii. A i g of ii to i in of in it w. La height on i by la. P what our roys i Arf. Duin g to win t la e War a a a a a a a a a a a a building a aught limit w Al e a a 11 a j Odoi i in i w hit i i i h to Roo Tai f lint in ii to kid Slipper int Liq 111 a t of a to l a b my White i our la i a it do Jam 5 Kins 21 son a Ila Kins i Hazleton. P Awa riled a in army my William i 1 of Miami or h 5 5 ser Pirn 1 set 1 recently a a is i Vei Wing a latest news bulletins forces entering Rome get mixed greetings Pilot at hits pied -1 to >1 e command a w As i Maui Tiant filial phase and Ain of he i t to Enzino \ f to a i Ning graduated a a 11 a Fie 1 it Ompy Quot a a a t of flight training or. And mrs. Harlan la Howell j Lorraine Street received a Telegram saturday inform Iii hmm that j finn non of the in ii l. Howell f s i c i who a wounded in the initial invasion of the Marshall i lauds on february 1-u. To been removed Horn peal 1 hat inn t1 a s naval to Pital in Seattle Wash Holm the eternal City of Rome whose <01 a totally mgt cd tin Tun 1 ors of War had a mix y t tet in for i Itu i a Tim tor. A to i i to at Bisk on sunday roman climbed Over Allied tank and Jep. And made pro to Mio Vav it ii troll 7 p in toll n Iii. In each tiny Clit i where tie Populis aim out in their night lotion to cheer tin Soldier wildly flooding tin moving column with Light and forgetting that in nazi were Only across the rival tiber one Man lied been awake for 2t hour past. Playing that Fin eternal Ity would in spared As a Bitt fit Hiji a As Pope Pius Xii last night in blessed tin liberators and spent hours in his intimate impel offering thank to god my exhorting the War Early e and fully investigating invasion report Isom Idini supreme headquarter of the Allied expeditionary Force and the censorship division of the British ministry of information today launched drastic official action to prevent any nos ability Ltd a repetition of tin Tai be invasion Flap went to the f s. By Fin associated press it a saturday. Rar adm. 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