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3 Jun 1944

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3 Jun 1944

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Camden News (Newspaper) - June 03, 1944, Camden, ArkansasM vplpme3 xxv a Maiuu in. I a i \ ,f.� a a ammo Nora pm a Nob Garden Arkansas. Saturday Jui a 3,1944 Dpi associated pres press m associated press special. Feature sin a a a k g6p senators May Hwe found the weak spot in of dry a Post it Var Plain Bridges asks it president is compromising enduring place ideals. Washington some of the a Mart boys inside the Republican party Are quietly urging that their strategy during the coming Campaign take the line so powerfully Laid Down by Seji Ator Bridges of new Hampshire the other Day when he. Emphasized various de ii clenches in or s leadership for permanent peace. Bold Kris is one of the Senate republicans who Lias a spotless record when it comes to cooperation with the president on the War and on his entire foreign policy. Long before Pearl Harbor when 6ther ple publicans were trying to Lamatting the administration. Bridges was out in front flight Lnu for Roosevelt so main War ideas. For that reason what he had to say the other Day was much More effective. Bridges main thesis a the american people Are not going to rest Content with any Issue put of this present struggle which results merely in a re Shui fled game of balance of Power politics. We Are not going to any newfangled sort of imperialism will never acclaim any out come of this cataclysm which merely sows the seeds of another and More horribly de Asti Atung War a weak Point in of dry a Armor senator Bridge. Then put his Lingier on what some Republican strategists believe May be the weak Point in Roosevelt a War policies his apparent Lack of con Villon that this War n it another War to be followed by a wars and More Power poll tics red by Edge so that you no longer talk about a Pence that shall endure is this Why the new York times of dec. 18, 1943, quoted you in your press conference As saying a a a the Allied conferences were motivated by the general thought that they did not want a notifier War in he lifetime of the present a does this mean a a asked bold Ges a that already you have been forced to Compromise the Ideal of an enduring peace a also quoted the saturday evening Posl a recent articles by Davis on the Teheran conference a articles supposed to have been initiated by for in nuance and a Holcli regret Iii Tho president As believing Quot that a Csc after Only countries with an abundance of manpower and resources plus huge Industrial can engage in the business of not Only gop strategists but Home of the presidents own friends believe this May be a Weait Point in the presidents Armor and even More important a weak Point As far As the nation is concerned. Prom Tho Republican viewpoint i however it is Only a few men who supported tie before ? in ear Harbor such Soni Ilij urzt Flics who can effectively crib a be. Most other r a Ublia Cunt v by w la throw Stock. Flashes of life k. A. For aah 1,1., p. W. New York Wii Fuir Lunior memorial Collet if awarded a Bali Elor of Ockree to m. Arli iut pent of the army air forces Bill in a not to to lve it Pei la a prisoner of War in Germany. Fion the can or it wrote Liik Brollier that text iiook.-, be ii it Liim Kaiui t completed . Avoid foreign investments now Roger Babson gives advice on Money schemes. A Woody you come to help with Laidly yes a by Roger Babson Babson Park lend lease commitments approach into in value $25,000,000,000, it would seem that our financial of our allies in terms of War May a i oils food and probably n Union closed amount of gom is a Kari in a maximum. Reverse a id lease will de a Small credit against the final sum. Tiie a apr t of Nuiji decline a Lom Here on but Soi Mients of food clothing Buhr in Irit Crial and other items for civilian re habilitation will increase As More territory comes under Allied government. Already plans Are being formulated for the disposition abroad after the War of surplus u. A motor equipment. Similar plans will be devised for the gift or Sale of other War equipment adapted to civilian use. As in the Case of France after world War i nations Allied with the u. S. A. In world War ii As Well As the smaller countries first to feel hitlers blows will profit greatly from our governments generosity. Extent of foreign Relief 1 believe to Are Safe in assuming that u. S. Foreign Relief after the War in terms of adaptable or reconverted War materials in food clothing red Aid and government Grants in Cash plus Loans and credits will reach additional astronomical. By Slater Logan jillions. It May total As much As United pres War Cri respondent i lend lease does today a further i Allied Sui uht ast a Ian he id liar a More the u. S. Will perhaps ters Kandy june 2�?up Amer a be the Only Allied nation unt ouch fliers of the 14th air Force de by the damage and moved into help the Luud j misery of the War we will right chinese a round a on to Jii by be expected to Bear the Tun gun part of the Over seas re american fliers help chinese Capitol news in Brief Roy Underhill former Poe county visitor with the slate welfare department who has Boon Flirl barged from service with the Navy is the first Lormer pm g ploy to be in the de Effort apartment after cum Pleton of Mili Street tary in be. The Benton county Nide in tilt corporation Benton c of minty water draft threat for striking groups Lanui june 3 pm another to Settle a strike of car and bus operators \va.= it a meeting today As and Thea Rizii the a de St. attain company Ini Lizcth virtually every automobile have applied to the a Kansas uti Fod truck to a Chuni Kina today. Lake Byttlo front comi Ranine disclosed the communique said the american planes boil bed strafed japanese int angry columns Fin herring in Clu it a fit Hatlie Railroad City pair Bill. The stage of Relief will a the feeding and sheltering of the and starving people of Continental Europe. Both irl Onuf and foes May be include d in this group. This however a in the Rice bowl from Makler Unpi Nafea seer Ned Virv fat my , us investments abroad. chinese units idl along a 60--� it cars after the a quo twin mlle fron a i r a 11 . Of n it Loci in the j ate Strind on the , to entire economic Structure Chani Sha. Become More clearly defined u three spearly of my Japa investors May have a part striking r Force i inn ted at however in the immediate 150,000 nun War losing in a a North nor h cities Cor Mission for j to Transfer All water properties of the former to the latter com conc Rukhi Pany. A to several Hundred to work this House committee approves acts s. Play postwar period our help should constitute outright gifts or sales of at Cost. The investment on the City Iron the East and North est. The in trial japanese column. Was report d to be within 40 of capital should for the present my Gifu if reports indicated that n major Battle in Thein Avn. fill al of Changsha him Lent. The Orinc a new a it nay the Ity been i in re ration or a All out Patriot Herrick n. Y. _ after contrib tint mine quarts of his b Ood to the red Cro s to Ijo Conie Nassau noun i Hampton blood Amor. Stun Wyclif ler father of a six year of 1 daughter still Felt he wins no to Doinik enough for the Wiir Effort. So Nufler console link Vith wife he volunteered for in the Nii Ninfi was accept cd and to Day is taking his Basic training. Weather il4>port to Ekin kans. A Weatherman a d. Flora is wondering if pm Pons Aro going to demand the same sort of data Iven air lines. He it ported to work to Fiir i a racing Pigeon l of plug about his Chart strewn a a weather map buy War Bonds now be avoided. What about foreign capital investments in the of a lifetime of supervising investing i have at one time or another seen my Zients own All kinds of securities. have consist Ltd principally of governments municipal a and Utility Bonds. I have Ilso seen them own foreign rail Road and mining stocks. They have ranged far afield to Germany , Japan Mexico and the latin american countries. As 1 look Back Over these experiences i doubt if Tivey Ever netted a dime out of to Weir foreign hold Ings. Hence i have concluded ii is far better to have readers funds invested in this country where at least the investor can the physical properties an i get acquainted with the Nui nage ment and in Case of trouble have the Benefit of u. S. Courts. Air , the acquaintance of millions of Servic a men and women with foreign Cus loss and places inter and the Handin out of nillion i u. A. a i tend to i break Down the Barrier of Raie Lani iia a and religion hut Lor Many years 1 am afraid Ilia Uncle Sam May be Loo red i ii a a Santa clan or a i Chile old Man who fool Liiv re his Money abroad Hul who will be too proud or Loo Leech to in i i u on an Adock irate re turn for support. Some Subtle std Steps our Ioviti Mienl and our pc pie should not become hipped on Ilie idea Liat we should Beconia the leaders in Worl 1 . Destiny Lias called us to it May i decisive Pari in world wait but we a should not consider i As a permanent Job. Toni had a lot of new Deal experience with oul and out Relief but knows Noll Ilnia Abou the investment off Altal. , foreign invest meals hould nov let a resisted As we would resist Lar plague. It further entirely possible Itiat alter 1949 we May have some Jear. Of severe depression which will require All of our Besoiu Ces t it overcome. As Congress is nov fast draining our own industries of working capital they will soon require All of our savings. U. 8. and the fulfilment of civilian require i fonts flu also require vat said f All Liow Down Battle the stalled Salween front offensive Ivy chinese units in Western Yunnan a ovum a had Hcan re tuned Ioli Wii g a in in the Monsoon Rains. One chinese unit had Ca tured a Village Only i but airline from their in meditate of Active on the Road to i Teng Chung. Seniors get 1944 diplomas fifty four l and 1044 diplomas at tin Mencens it exer i is held at Tho highs Hool i stadium amid a perfect june night set mar Friday. A Large crowd Atti ruled. A Slivin a in i Oioi Row world Quot thu la Olliie program presented inv the student. There a re pfc al musical Lur Ltd son the , Patricia hi<-1. Ive till ii uti Inry Quot a e l o i Quot a ii Vitili hey a the Val it Dii. , a living in a i a in apr. Iron t a it aka Tim by rom Reedy. Washington. June 3 appropriation Committer gave the lend lease and the new world Relief setup. Known Niiha. A Blanket air Proval l Day rec i a mending to the full tie identical 191.5 Iju get the Iuen it ret vesled. The committee report d to uie n a providing for s3 4-<0,r 70,000. For Urra a .$450.000,000 for this nations Parli ipalion in la United nations Relief and rehabilitation admins Iraklion Vith additional authority for the president t Transfer to it .-3,&Quot 0,000,000 in Leniul lease funds Wlinich my met nol b i needed i Nini Edia 1 y. For in foreign economic and minis ration like Afien Ltd charged with wag Iii economic warfare a it inst the Demy. St 00.000, a reduction of $1,381,000 from the Fea s Oduel request. The appropriation Are for year which starts july 1. Len least Aid by the Hilt i states to the Allie now totals $24, 22.&Quot>,000,000. The committee declared Llinat the guns tanks and food distributed this Way Means the difference lie tween a a relatively ineffectual and an All Otu Ntilis in Ives received nation of the re sources of our allies a Linnual com Ibi destroy Iii the enemy a the comm Itee slated that in faced will a situation now similar to the first world War. In Tho Early fall of 1918. The report Aid Many persons thought Germany must surrender soon but the i appropriated .$0,500,000,000a Bill that was is Ned Only seven Days belie the . On the downtown by docs s a strict the tremendous of traffic pro i War Davs and created an untre denied problem in traffic Niana a ment. The executive committee of the associated draft boards of or. W,, in a letter forwarded to Clave service officials requested i directive which would Autho tif re classification of strikers for Mii diary Servie As a nation in polic. John j. Griffin chairman of the . A a pressed the opinion that Hafl boards already had the right to revoke a striker s occupational defer me it but said re Classi Frealion would be pointless unless the it nned forr is would take the men made available for Sci vice. In flip said that men to in it Icv , Inal deferments us on a authorized likes they a a she uld be inn Iedian by considered . Bait u Uil jobs Estial to the Var of Horl my should be immediately i it in 1-a and inducted into a the armed re Garlt is of i a letter staling Tho boards at a i Ludi were sent All draft in St. Loti and is Louis county i Hilch hiking. Wit King or Bicy Clint to work was in order flt or St. Loui residents. Annual Cotton Ball is tonight Coronation of Queen to feature 1944 event. Moent Aln q my y 14 Bruce Streett is Chancellor annual Cotton Ball Climax of National Cotton week will be held at Tho municipal auditorium tonight. F future of this gala Beno lit event will be the Corono i Ion of the Cotton Queen. Jack Carnes Well known local civic Leader 13 King Cotton and he will reign Over the Ball until the Queen to announced. Then the two Cotton monarchs and their Royal Couil Wil Lead a grand March and or Dot during the remainder of tic Ball. Five Camden girls Are Candi Siatos for the Queen and they have worked mighty hard Selling tickets of which half of the proceeds go t j the red . Votes Are secured Only through Sale of these tickets. Those in the contest Are Mary Rulh Willis sue Sanders Gwen Oarr Loyene Ellis and Barbar Rose. I Ach Young lady will have an escort for the Ball and Coronation. The and professional women a club is sponsor rank this annual event. This club has worked Long and hard and Man icons expect this to be the Quot Rand a St o. Ill the balls. Cornit ech i Laboured on de oration ,.> Art other phases. Music will be by Smead i orchestra of in n school in Ric tans. ----0-- capital believes for aids Wallace by Jack Bell. Lafi writer. Rej arts spread in at today Iha vice Wallace As received Lenti it a Best wishes Fei in Campaign for second Phu a renomination on i ticket or Roos a velt is expected to h and in a fourth term did thu reports were link a v conference Wallace had with the president shortly before he took Olf re entry for Siberia and China friends in the Senate said will acc obviously pleased with the of a discussion Quot Iii Jaren by touched us or Iio Lilica As As matters. A while there Lias Jeen a a Amor on the Pari of Early a nem Bers particularly in the South for Wallace replacement Many have come to the that or. Roo it Evolt will not countenance a change. The dirt Sidenia s re Piort unwell to substitute for Wallace was said to be Iii Heaed by the fact that he has just sent Lic if on i miss Hijii to Kai Shel of China. There Nev inc i live b in some eff us to Unicio the anti Wallace behind a Sincle candidate a cals have b in made to Supi cart it a o Sii Eaker Rayburn of the . Sgt Alors Viman us to i and bark Ltd Day and Olheis to join in backing a Man who b accept aisle to the presi Dent and i be a by later vote Geiter than Hie present Vic Dent. Wac ordered. New Job control Washington june 2 a a a sweeping new controls Over the nation s dwindling Supply of male workers were ordered today by the War manpower commission to to placed in effect by july 1. That provide that virtually every Job seeking Man in America will be required to apply to the United Stales employment service for assignment to the War a Plant where he is most needed regardless of where that Plant May be located. Employers on the other hand will be permitted to hire Only those men referred to them by the use a the successful conduct of the War a cow ret quires the changeling of All available male labor in the nation to jobs of War proud lion urgency and the retention of such labor in those jobs a War Man Jower co Paul v. Mcnutt declared in announcing the new i program. It on a nation wide basis the wac k voluntary i program al ready in effect in about a dozen a areas of critical labor shortage. A we propose a Mcnutt declared to accomplish the Hanseling a by a system of priority referral the nation by varying Alfing communities by such adaptations tis May be found farm workers Are not restricted nor Are businesses with eight or less employees. Mcnitt said the program would make it possible for a worker any where in the country log Lake his most useful ii lace on the Industrial firing line a adding a this is just As important As it is for us to gel our soldiers onto the firing line when and where they Are he said one of the principal Dif i cuties in recruiting men for War jobs and retaining them is . Optimism with respect to an Early ending of the War this causing workers to look for Pieace time employment. ---0---- fight looming Over opa opens Carrie Lee Laney to get degree i Umpei Turc period Nalini Day his i was or 13 �0 Feloi the i-1 hour i 7 a. A Satur-1 he. it on stand. I of Moni Vili Nice t Iii t Little Yankee c Iii Mon May prevail and that we a 1er it will Coll Day . My Garrii f or an 1k> act. F hit be Moraln Jun de i Jitney Fred in i.indmo., a Iuit a Laney i i Mimi in. Sill will receive a ii. Shi i the Iliani Dai he of and mr.-. to Reci Ivi Quot Reis trom , or de Noiin that a sense May nol entire in expend our in i one , Nuu a in Muc in m ,1- 1>0�?T �?T1-nt Tellam i Rici i it i. In till we can do Tiik world till Tio of by i it Rino our own at coun in order Zilik will no in in be a so Fisli to Ting for us of it do hut ii i5k for the Good old the i Ntihem Wohld i o ski Onk a in Ion run Intel Alfil in and Elt a Kelly write Justice for Alf and Pav Oritiz a of none. I Ahi it s ii Ooi. Lilue Rok Lune Ltd i col Hendrix , of Len Ark Puiia. Slab cupid Aid 01 of i a and 303 men a i c re i. Lei cd for Ilie Una i Ijain a Dilow is Arkadell Iliia june a in a do a in c i Llorlys of i is Iii the r Wiio was lower Cal into a 30 loot Well Loav him 17 in Olhs old Niky a dlr it is or noned wednesday in la a a Vaden Comini icily near Here. The child was Iho ii of pfc and or Roland Waller. The father is serv Lim a a the attn Lauy . J. Truce Hyrc a a member of Tio Camden bar for the past years Torlay rec Eivid commit Sion As Chancellor of Thea Venth chancery dish it fist division to will thu Yac inc Cau Cut a by Lla death of the la.l-, a kitchens the Dis Eric ii Haic Dyalhis. Colhoun Chila Union. Columbia and Taetle counties. This 1 the second judicial an Luff a sire Elt has received from governor Homer m. Adi Nis in aug ii a no 104 2, la i up a Iii de by the Clove nor to till tiie us expire in term of the it it Indue ii a Haiti of the thir Lecam indicia Diliet. Or. Sire tip Many will be Ulad to in in i l Harc Leivi d additional hoi or. Luisa unbent a. Kitchens served \. Illi Honor and i Tim lion on the b licit and i unum Ely death a i la a i in to lil Ludi Earv 111� i a r and i he eni Ril. Russians smash German attacks How maw a scans i Kioki London 2 a red Iron Jas have Sipa hed All a Lempi to trac a the. Russian lines Norih of Iasi in Rona Iliia and Hay. Avi ii Iminter attacked in some Selt lors Pinili Tiai heavy casualties or a to enemy announced today. A broads is soviet i Ommi Ini be be link of the fourth ult Jessive Fla of Battle Noral. Of la it moldavian prov Ince i a said i nazi Killel and 17 Lanks Wen kno cd out. l Rte Fon i of Lanai and tie Naz i Trade Nirei Epharam him ii Laii it i Rio Stoppe l a soviet ail lie Niiori ii and a i Chine in lire Lia in Unnur Nippie de Lii red. Red tank and Inland Quot. I hunched a Iii i Lul count Rai Lak i on Oine Selor a Iii Liei lip radio Ai knowl died Phil so Vii i re i Lane had Quot stil lined in Ashli l Alilya ind Iid tin red Ana is i nuo i a 11 Ink in a 0,110 pii Iii to re Ain lot ler Rit Orv to one a l a a i. By James Marlow. And George Zielke Washingion. June 2 there is nothing More on the american Home from than the fight which starts next week in con res a of the opa. The like of that a eni a which oni Rols Wari Inie Rice. And ration ing and therefore a a the main link in the Liole govern no it a program of Holdine. Down live Iii costs ends june 30. Ii seems a Ertain Congress will continue opa Lor another year or 18 months. Bui How Strong o hams run will in be continued a of Werfel bulwark a Wainst Tiv pressures which Kite living costs will congas a d vitalize it in Senate , Commilla a i As jul recommit used renewal of opa and has drawn Uji a Bill on i which Congress will Start work i monday. I before Ines Nutini that Jill or rec a . The a on Dik led Exir Melv Long Hea Riguis those hear Iii is now arc published in a Book l i02 Pait a Long. The Book i i a on in Lumar. Nature opa and o her Kover Meni Oll i class and Zusin it Smen and a care a Slali is of i a Unes Sineti went lie fore Ilie i on Imilieh to a Whai they Iho Iudici "1 opa and we Chr it hould by coi Linued and How. Thos i ii a save the committee a without. Sex icon of Ivord Onu Nealion Quot of opa but a Herr Wei a it Dirilen no is of opinion a to Linen Domeni Ifould be made in tie Law in Eoj inet Taij i with . Many Amend Meni. I ivc bean Urt de upon like Dmn Milieo a a a of girls state opened today r i ii Fly. Allied Headquarters a tape june .3 up a . Troops slugging through the Alban Hills toward Rome have captured Monte Cas Dellacio a Bare 14 Miles from Tho eternal City and another american column today drove Ujj the via Catilina toward the capital. Other Allied troops pushed Down a the Highway from Val Montone Ona jaw of a potential trap for nazi rearguard falling Back under steady advances by tie Allied to the Sofij Hast. The Power drive that cracked the germans Velletri vol Montony line swept on to Monte Oastell Aclo 6 1-2 Miles North of Velletri. And Only 14 Miles Southeast of me. As the Campaign for some entered final Lap the Allied com Mand declared the City would be spared As a Battleground Imless the enemy chooses to defend it. A the allies have Only taken and will Only take military action against Rome insofar As the germans use the City railways and roads for their military purposes a Headquarters pledged. At the same time Headquarters cautioned that although Velletri and Val Montone bastions of the Rome line have been captured a the enemy s defensive position in this sector has not yet been broken a that the Garman defences Are a in considerable depth and firm resistance is being the German High command reported bitter fighting in the Alban Hills Friday and said attacks at and West of Lanu Vio just West of Velletri were repelled. An Allied spearhead thrusting above Val Montone was a brought to a standstill East of Rocca do papa and South of five Miles North of Val Montone the germans said United states units which took Val Montone struck out in three directions a Northwest along the via Catilina toward Rome 20 Southeast along the same Road to link up with the French who Are driving the germans out of their last footholds on the South Side of the Sacco River a. Due Vii in along an important Sec Briary Road toward a vital Highway Junction at Cave three Miles from Val Montone. The French it quickly from the South on Colic Ferro four and a half Miles Southeast of Val Montone and within shot of both Highway six and the River. Farther to the Southeast other French troops closed the Retreat route from the area South of the Sac of River by slicing across a Sencaj Sidary Road at Surg Ola 14 Init a from Val Montone and five and a half Miles West of Feren Lino. Which the eighth army already had Laken. Gen Alp Lions juin s French troops a a so w re driving northward irom the Village of Montellanico 11 Miles Southeast of Val Montone. Moisik Lank o was taken the night of june 1. diag the nazis had four unit placed country roads cd Tiu King northward along which they Ould att Emil to escape close pursue. Trom three sides wat Ervain to them heavy casual ties a Well As the of All but thir Noki hic Fly Mobile vehicles. The i la my a to Tousand in pro owners alone in Ilie past 24 hours in r treated . Vainly alien a Tang to halt the from Wien Long tie Gap i i heir frontal defences and Advance in in the strongly held Lanu Vio area. This l roti it it the total prisoners by the filth Ariy alone 1.1 the current to More than 14, h.i0, i he f ill and eighth armies if Geller has taken Over 20,000 Pris jail s. U a is officially reported that the xvii Ole one area near la Iuvino was a Lii ered Vith in equiv Lanks and Vilch so and that German loises were mounting steadily a a Milf a Ari Illery smashed desperate enemy attempts to form up for fresh count a i tacks. I l e infiltration into the Hills to the North which enabled Arne Rico inlaid try to eau Rifle Velletri paid Rich dividends when 3�?Ti7 prisoners seized i Iii the town off a y As a Load cent a which a Pei wave or a further Advance nor 1j.i-. I inn 11h Syi a i.i-, a. Volle that Iii wild to lid and in Lecclier too Iii Iii on a i Einen he Ila Stille. Ind in if i Levi 1 s. Somloi All Nuvil it i Eye id Tho al Iii d Meta thai of i re Only and by a la i i in Loolie dil ii pm Pinili it w. I hike in answer for tride Assn ,3h4 senators yes the for i i is l a i Lii i 11 i a re soil r i .11. By ,a Ai a Lii. In Lell Lia he Roi Iii r bin oni Niini ii nid. A a Intili inn unit a Iron Lias i i Alt ii 1 Farl. Jii an a Karch in Norelli Ini Rad and a and a most ova m lion of ii be al Iii. A two bout St Iii Slatow in old i Iii an a Adaa it Eiml ii cd in ,1 so 11 Kiln a my in Mii Blip wait Bonds now a Rcpt Rich on l i a a of lad. Ide no Iii but Lold Lhea u land Hal Annua clip a site Opi Ned h. 1,Itile Roi k Samurda Aller noon i ii Lii Csini Len i a i in Algenii Lii Eresil c Rii ill the variola l ii ill Iii or Ini i runs of c Ini 0 11, Uliuli i ii Iii is in hip Olih a a in car it Heaird by Maiale in ild. Thl in cd Anid ii we i sent i i it Loda Wir Quot Rio role Ell Imrch in Arah Lime to Elcy hum Iasic Mullin n Moti Pat. Urvant Mii Rev Viiu Loit. Cilia line Yeager and Lohn e Taylor. Live Camden Quot irl re re enl i the auxiliary in Ciri Stalin Crow drilling company in test 1. Re. , coins and ibis week the n. A Yarbrough i in Mie new n w of see 10 Oliai Hita county two St of Sleph ii i. Tills to ii Lime Oil lest and win in Wilh a great Deal of in not the in Rivkins 100 death and of i 1 43. I hey were Mary Ruth Wil coulis. Action of Vi-1 h i Barbara Ann . i Tesk i while . , wetly Kat and sue . In tche 1 ill pm. Audi de i inn Lar lion to 1 Millie b a Dee a n Heille a i. The project 1 located near the in Ihei a refinery near the Columbia Coli my line and on a tract Ilia Lorn Erly had several shallow Provdik ers. It is two Niles Sozio of the smart Tielu

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