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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Circleville, Ohio Rage Roar tit a flt Fth Ald a i r Elf v Fele did Nile Circleville Herald consolidation of the Circleville Herald established 1883, and the daily Union Herald established 1894, Laff a Day published evenings except sunday by the i in it Len Ille publishing company a to North court Street Circleville Chi Umid Mwau co distributed a a features shot pm chapter thirteen that night they were All sitting on the Wright porch watching the wind blow the leaves across the Lawn. John And Jim were debating the presidential Campaign with some heat. Ellery sat by himself in a Corner smoking. Quot John you know f done to like these political arguments a said Hermy. Goodness you men get so hot Andor the Collar Quot Jim grinned. A fall right Mother a then he said casually Quot of by the Way Darling i got a letter from my sister Rosemary this morning. Forgot to Tell a a yes a Nora Stone was Bright a How Nice. What does she write dear a Pat drifted toward Ellery and sat Down at his feet a the usual stuff. She does say a head like to meet you All of a Well i should think so a declared Hermy. A a in a very anxious to meet your sister Jim. Is she coming for a visit a a Well. I was thinking of asking her but a a now Jim a said Nora. A you know in be asked you dozens of times to invite Rosemary to a then ifs All right with you nor a asked Jim. Quot All right a Nora laughed a that s the matter with you give me her address and ill drop her a note a Don t bother Darling. Ill write her when they were alone a half hour later. Pat said to Ellery a Nora was a yes. Its a Ellery circled his Knees with his arms. A of course the letter that stirred Jim up this morning was the same letter he just said he got from his a Ellery Jim a holding something a no question about a if sister Rosemary just wrote about wanting to come for a visit or anything As trivial As that. Why did Jim bum her letter Quot or. Queen kept silent for a Long time. Finally he mumbled a go to bed Patty. I want to on the morning of november 8th, Jim Haight a sister Rosemary came to Wrightsville. Ellery Queen saw her get off the train at the Wrightsville station and trip Over to Jim and kiss him and turn to Nora with animation presenting a Spruce Cheek or. Queen also saw the two women laugh and chatter As Jim and the Porter picked up the visitors smart Luggage and made for Jim a car. And Ellery a weather Eye clouded Over. That night at Nora she had an Opportunity to test his first barometric impression. Soon he decided that Rosemary Haight was no bucolic Maiden on an exciting journey that she was pure Metropolis. Also she was menacingly attractive. Hermy Pat. And Nora disliked her instantly Ellery could Tell that from the extreme politeness with which they treated her As for John f., he was charmed and a dryly Gallant. Hermy reproached him in the silent language of the Eye. Ellery spent a troubled night trying to put miss Rosemary Haight together in the larger Puzzle and not succeeding. Jim was Busy at the Bank these Days and left the entertaining of his sister to Nora. Dutifully Nora drove Rosemary about the country j Side showing her the it was a Little difficult for Nora to sus j Tain the charming hostess illusion since Rosemary had a supercilious attitude towards Many things. Then there was the Gauntlet of the towns ladies to run. Teas Tea the Guet an ambitious Mah Jonggu party a Wiener roast on the Lawn one Moonlit night a Church social. The ladies were cold. Emmeline Duparc said Rosemary Haight had a Streak of a Commerce a whatever that was Clarice Martin thought her clothes too a you know a and mrs. Mackenzie at the country club said she was a Well just look at those silly men drooling at her the Wright women found themselves constrained to defend her which wag hard considering that secretly they agreed to the truth of All the charges. A i wish shed leave a said Pat to Ellery a few Days after Rosemary a arrival. A is no to that a horrid thing to say but i do. And now she a sent for her trunks a a but i thought she did no to like it a a that what i can to understand either. Nora say it was supposed to be a a flying visit but Rosemary acts As if she Means to dig in for the Winter. And Nora can to very Well discourage a a what Jim say a a nothing to Nora but Quot Pat lowered her voice and looked around a a apparently he a said something to Rosemary because i happened in this morning and there was Nora trapped in the serving pantry while Jim and Rosemary who evidently thought Nora was upstairs were having an argument in the dining room. That woman has a temper a a what was the argument about a asked Ellery. A i came in at the Tail end and did t hear anything important but Nora says it was. Well frightening. Nora would t Tell me what shed heard but she was terribly upset she looked the Way she did when she read those letter that tumbled out of the toxicology Rosemary Haight a trunk arrived the next Day. Steve Polaris who ran the local express Agency delivered the trunk himself an overgrown affair that looked As if it might be packed with imported evening gowns. Steve lugged it up Nora s walk on his Broad Back. Or. Queen and Pat who were watching from the Wright porch saw him carry it into Nora a House and come out a few minutes later accompanied by Rosemary who was wearing a candid red White and Blue Negligee. Ellery and Pat saw Rosemary sign Stevens receipt Book and go Back into the House. As Steve j slouched Down the walk grinning. I Ellery said suddenly a Pat do you know this trackman Well a a Steve that s the Only Way you Caw know Steve tossed his receipt Book on the Driver seat of his truck and Begar to climb in. A then distract him. Right now get him out of sight of that truck for two minutes Quot Pat instantly called a ooh Ste be eve a and tripped Down the porch Steps. Ellery followed in a saunter. No one was in sight anywhere on the Hill. Pat was slipping her Arm through Steve a saying something about her piano and there Wasny to a Man she new Strong enough to move it from where it was to where she wanted ii and of course when she saw Steve Steve went with Pat into the Wright House visibly pleased. Ellery was at the truck in two Bounds. He snatched the receipt Book from the front seat then he took a piece of charred paper from his Wallet and began riffling Ute pages of the Book. When Pat reappeared with Steve or. Queen a at Hermione a Zinnia bed surveying the blossoms with the sadness of a poet. Steve gave him a scornful look and passed on. A i was wrong a mumbled Ellery. A about what a a about Rosemary. My Hunch was this woman Rosemary does no to seem Cut from the same cloth As Jim Haight. They done to seem Iun brother and sister at ally a a Ellery a a ooh it was possible. But. She is his a and you proved that through Stevens truck wonderful a a through his receipt Book in which this woman just signed her name. I have the real Rosemary Haight a signature you la recall my dear a on that charred Flap of envelope we found in Jim a study the remains of his Sisters letter that head burned a a precisely my dear Watson. And the signature a Rosemary Haight on the Flap of the letter and the a Rosemary Haight in Stevens receipt Book Ere the work of the atm a i having us a remarked Pat dryly a exactly where we a no a said or. Queen with a feint smile. A a before we Only believed this women was Jim a sister. Now we knew the longer Rosemary Haight stayed at Nora a the More inexplicable the woman became. Jim was Busy at the Bank sometimes he did not even come Home to dinner. Yet Rosemary did not seem to mind her brother a neglect half so much As her sister in Law s attentions. Towards Pat and Hermione Rosemary was less obvious. So rattled on about her a a travels a Panama Rio Honolulu Bali Banff surf Riding skiing Mountain climbing and a a exciting mean much talk about a a exciting men until the ladies of the Wright family began to look harried and grim. Yet Rosemary stayed on. W by or. Queen was pondering this Poser As he sat one morning in the window seat of his workroom. Rosemary height had just come out of her brother a House a cig Aret at an acute Angle to her red lips Clad in Jodhpur red russian boots and a form fitting sweater. She stood on the porch for a moment slapping a crop against her boots with impatience. Then she strode off into the Woods behind the Wright grounds. Later Pat took Ellery driving and he told her about seeing the Haight woman enter the Wood in a Riding habit. Pat turned into the Broad Concrete of route la driving slowly. Quot bored a she said a bored Blue. She got Jake Bush Mill the Blacksmith to dig her up a Saddle Hor a yesterday was her first Day out and Carmel Pettigrew saw Ber tearing along the dirt Road toward twin Hui like i quote a one of the valkyries. Carmel thinks Rosemary a just a and you Quot queried or. Queen. A i hat Panther laziness of hers is in set underneath she s the restless Type and hard is teak. Or done to you think so a Pat glanced at him Sid Wise. A a she a attractive a said Ellery evasively. Pat drove in silence for some time. Then she said a what do you make of the whole thing Euary Jim a conduct Rosemary the three letters the visit Rosemary a stay my on when she hates it Ellery a look a to be continued Crim v imm shots s is i ihtns�m4 Fey stat Sam so watch your hat i coat publisher cop senators Washington some of the smart a boys inside the Republican party Are quietly urging that their strategy during the coming Campaign take the line so powerfully Laid Down by senator Bridges of new Hampshire the other Day when lie emphasized various deficiencies in of dry a leadership for permanent peace. Bridge is one of the Senate republicans who has 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 other republicans were trying to hamstring the administration Bridges was out in front fighting for Roosevelt a main War ideas. For that reason what he had to say the other Day was much More effective. Bridges main thesis was a the american people Are not going to rest Content with any Issue out of this present struggle which results merely in a re shuffled game of balance of Power politics. We Are not going to Welcome any new tangled sort of imperialism will never acclaim any outcome of this present cataclysm which merely sows the seeds of another and More horribly devastating member Ohio newspaper association International news service Central press association and the Ohio select list. N action Al advertising a Fri Hess natives John w. It Llen company 230 n. Michigan Avenue Chicago 630 fifth Avenue new York 3044 n. Grand blvd., Detroit. Subscription Pickaway county and Circleville trading territory by Carrier in Circleville. 20c per week. By mail per year $4 in Advance zones one and two. $5 per year in Advance beyond first and second postal zones per year. $6.00 in Advance. Entered at Post office at Circleville Ohio As second class matter. National responsibility come gentle souled people seem to have an idea about War criminals whip practical men and women cannot acce. They say they would a punish the sin a not the just How they would accomplish it they do not make Clear. Others hesitate to commit themselves to any kind of general penalties for War makers because they say there Are Good and Unwar like people in every country and it is wrong to make them share punishment for evils they were not responsible for. Neither of those theories or practices gets anywhere in of forts to make a decent world. Punishment for doing evil is a Law of nature and also a Rule accepted in most religious systems. It seems possible to escape a practical Rule of i life and it is being insisted on Molt and More in International affairs. In a perfect world people would not need to be punished. But this world is still imperfect and requires coercion or penalties to discourage people from mistreating their neighbors. And when people make War As whole nations they must be punished As whole nations. Not pm i>4 Kiwi re a tvs to it a Catt no world it Repi i was watching my hat and coat and somebody swiped my butter a diet and health machine diagnosis has limitations by Logan Clendening . A if you can to Tell the cause of a headache a heartache or a Bellyache without the use of an Encey Hologram an electrocardiograph and a fluoroscopy you Are slipping a or. Martin Fischer of and irregularities that Are caused by emotion. There is still another set of symptoms that Are mistaken for real organic heart disease and those have to do with shortness of breath and difficult breathing. Everybody knows that difficult or Laboured breathing Dyspnoea As the doctors Call it is a sign of heart disease. Fundamentally it is due to the need of the tissue cells for oxygen. Shortness of breath the athlete after a race is breathing in a Laboured fashion because the Effort of the race a caused his Muscles to use up an extra amount of oxygen and to accumulate a lot of Carbon dioxide. His heart being Strong he is soon adjusted to a state of compensation. The weak heart muscle of the heart patient causes the same condition As exertion does in the Case of the athlete so he is Short of breath at rest. A great Many people however in these emotional times find themselves with sighing respiration and since this imitates the Laboured breathing of heart disease they conclude they Are in that class. This has Long been known As functional or nervous Dyspnoea. It can easily be distinguished by any doctor if he takes the trouble to examine the heart of such a person. In fact it can be distinguished by the character of the breathing. The commonest sensation is that the breath does no to get to the Bottom of the lungs. The breathing is not exactly la bored there is a sighing and a panting Type. It Isnit present All the time but comes in spells. You can put it Doft not to heart disease but to the difficult conditions of our time. Questions and answers of. So please Tell me of a remedy for an oily Scalp. Answer use the following As a shampoo Oil of eucalyptus�?2 parts Oil of Pine needles�?2 parts glycerin�?30 parts soft soap�?50 parts alcohol a 60 parts water enough to make 1000 parti. F. E. Cd please advise How to treat gout with colchicine. Is win of Colchicum the same As colchicine answer take a Pill one one Hundredth Grain of colchicine every two hours during an acute attack until you have cramps and pass a Large watery Stool. Then Stop. Colchicine is the Active principle of Colchicum. Or. Clendening will answer questions of general interest Only and then Only through his column. Cincinnati told some of his fellow medical practitioners. Yes this is a machine age in Medicine As anywhere else. And machines Are perfectly accurate. They Tell the facts within the limitations of their Powers. Only Many devotees of machines done to recognize their limitations. The electrocardiograph machine will Tell about a person who has a heartache or whose heart is skipping around just what part of the heart muscle is acting up. But the machine does no to get around much. When they get through using it they put a Canvas Hood Over it and leave it in the technicians office and go out and close the door. The machine does no to know what the fellow with the skipping heart and heartache does saturday night or what the letters in his pocket say or just where his son in the armed forces is stationed. Limitations of machine my old Friend or. Adrian Gibbs and i were hitting Side by Side listening to a very Learned lecture by a very scientific person about a very complicated Case. A and what would you do next a asked the speaker with dramatic emphasis. A look for the bottle of opium in the Bureau drawer a muttered or. Gibbs who has had a Good Deal of experience with human nature. The machine cannot look in a Bureau drawer. The present situation creates conditions that Are naturally reflected in the heart. All the proverbs remind us of that. What we done to remember is that anxiety does no to result always in just a sad heart. It May spill Over into symptoms that resemble real disease. You can Call it angina Rectoris if you want to and the machine May say angina Rectoris but it is heartache just the same and the cause is not the coronary circulation but a son or husband or brother out on the firing line at Anzio or new Guinea. I spoke last week of the palpitation of the heart the skipped Beata these boy men Itutti All due respect for the generals and admirals and for All men of lower grades and mature age who Are engaged in this War it should be remembered that the toughest fighting is mostly done by boys. And often very Young ones. There Are reasons for it. A War correspondent Roelif Loveland tells How a a Bunch of kids celebrated memorial Day. A they plastered the targets in Germany a he says a and they came Home again All of them. We saw them come and we saw them land their heavy bombers. As the propellers of the warships began idling the grass in the Airfield swayed in a Happy manner As if it too were glad that they had got Back safely. A then they began to drop out of the belly of each ship Young lads so Young that your heart went out to them and you wondered How they had the courage to Fly through the hell of flak which meets them on every Mission. And yet one was reminded that of All our race these youngsters Are the Only ones who have what it takes. I hey leave school and Home and Are suddenly grown up and doing for the rest of us the hardest most dangerous and most essential work in the world. Only a Little Way behind them in the Strain and daring of their jobs Are the infantrymen who fight mostly without the Glamor and thrill of the air forces. Grab bag one minute teat l what la the difference Between a a elusive and a zulus Lvey 2. In what Book does a Wyo to hot and a bottle of rum appear ? 3. What is a negative number word of Wisdom honesty is one part of eloquence. We persuade others by being in Earnest 1y a it gtd prospects by impetuosity work. And do it with ease and and resentment of others sue enthusiasm. You have Many Cess. Be guarded in the written friends will make a Happy mar and spoken word and avoid sex Slagt and command a Strong and tra Valance the child bom on devoted love. In the next. 12 this Date will enjoy More than months do not attempt the in average Good Fortune but a hot possible concentrate on manag temper should be Early controlled Able Success then your efforts and High aspirations encouraged will be Well rewarded act upon your own True intuitions. The child bom on this Date win re quire a sound and careful up bring ing to counteract the Strong self entered characteristics Likely to be manifested trouble through documents is foreseen. Hints on etiquette if you Are invited to an informal gathering and Are not sure of you will be Able to attend Tell your would be hostess so giving her the reason for your partial refusal. Her answer should be a come of you sunday Horoscope if you Are celebrating a birthday today you Are exceedingly optimistic even in the face of disaster. You Are Bright and witty Good natured thorough in your today s Horoscope the easiest path is the one you pursue of today is your birthday. You Are Independent have originality and a fair amount of am Bic but your love of ease and Comfort deters you from the greater Success of which you Are capable. You Are Moody and often depressed. You love deeply and faithfully. Do not spoil your real one minute teat answer 1. Quot elusive Quot Means baffling Quot. A Chi us ivs Quot is unreal. 2. In Stevenson so treasure 3. Any number that is Leas Aero Asl buy w a Bonds a Peck a of Georgia it seems that after president Roosevelt ordered the seizure the administration was set to have the Plant turned Over to War production Board chairman Donald Nelson. The stage was set for Nelson to take Over the sprawling mall order House by the Chicago River using whatever Means necessary to commandeer it and run it until the dispute Between management and Union was settled. Then at the last minute. Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones was designated to take Over instead. The reason was that administration officials suddenly remembered that Nelson was chairman of the Board of Sears Roebuck and company before he went to work directing production to win the War. In that role he was by position at least a the Sewell Avery of Ward s greatest rival in the mail order business a rival fighting for Trade from All sections of the United states certain officials the report concludes Are considerably relieved they remembered in time to prevent that Nelson order. Looking Back in Pickaway county see All time record High in government expenditure Farmers in Sze Shui province China we read live in two Story bomb proof airy caves that Are always warm in Winter and Cool in summer. This is one group of people whom Post War planning must leave absolutely cold. Before the Rainbow division left Camp Merritt n. J., to be demobilized st various Camps Loring Kanode was elected president of the Circleville chapter of the Rainbow division of veterans. Five years ago Harry Lutz of in its Angeles ca., brother in Law of miss Edith has Well and James Halweil of Circleville left by Way of the Panama canal for Rotterdam. Holland tory of Circleville High school Kev were to be awarded by the kiwanis club to a senior boy and girl outstanding in scholarship and interest in school activities. The seniors were to be named at the next club Headon. Heavy pressure and coarse steel Wool will scratch aluminium cooking utensils a Fine Grade steel Wool soap and Light pressure will clean the utensils without damage. For Ordinary cleaning scratcher scouring powder will do a satisfactory Job. An aluminium Wear manufacturer makes a cleaning powder which seems to give satisfactory results. Ohio burglar stole $550 hidden in a restaurant ice Box. Cold Cash but unfortunately for the Pio Prie tor not Frozen. Circleville High school class of i9h9 became history following impressive commencement exercises. The class was comprised of 81 and girls and was acclaimed by school officials As an outstanding one. It was the largest in Circleville history. Harry Towson of Shelbyville in returned Home after a visit with mrs. Joe Wilder East Mound Street. He was accompanied by miss Peggy Courtright who was to visit miss Letitia Carruth at Purdue University Lafayette ind. A the National party conventions in Chicago Are draw my Ever closer yith no word from the executive mansions in Wash Wigton and Albany but politicos Are confident it will be Franklin a Roosevelt is. Governor Thomas e. Dewey in the november elections. Capac be if. D r has Well Over the majority of democratic votes needed to nominate him and Dewey counting nod of uninstructed delegates that undoubtedly will Vot president for Nim has the gop nomination in the bag. Roosevelt is expected to maintain his tight lipped adduce right up to the convention but it is believed he will accept a Droit nomination. Dewey has said he is not a candidate but his supporters predict he too will accept the Republican convention starts june 26 and Tbs democrats melt to july in. Britain a new Post War House can be built in an hour. But it probably will Atli take 20 years to pay for it. U yearn ago miss Jemima Duncan and mrs. Elizabeth Blackstone of Circleville motored to Athens for a visit of several Days with mrs Minnie Quieti or. And mrs. Rooney established what was believed to be a record when they saw their for. Arthur the youngest of their 12 children graduate he was the ninth Rooney child to be graduated from the local High school. Korean women Wear hats that sometimes attain six feet in circumference grand Pappy Jenkins thinks we ought to keep quiet about the Little woman s millinery or she May adopt that style in revenge John ii. Bogg a Lerv Heffner Harvey s. Heffner by. Frank Heffner n. A trader James a Wea Rongen Rudolph Bowers Harry Heffner h. M. Crites and w Ade h. Cook attended a meeting of Millers or in dealers and Armer at Ohio Hiate University Columbus at which a demonstration a made to show to years ago Circleville temperature reached a new High of 97 degrees. A food shortage was imminent unless a general rain fell within two weeks according to or. Vav c Coffey Federal farm Relief director. To Hitler a Day a always meant a Day since it naturally puts Der furious on the spot. # any prospects the administration May have had for passage of National service legislation have gone glimmering As result of the new draft program easing up deferments for older men. Members of Congress say there might have been a Chance for such legislation last year but there in t any now. Proposals to Force 4-fe and other work tis into War jobs also face Tbs Sam fat. A Snake crept into a Canadian barroom. The customers no doubt remained Calm thinking they were just seeing a preview of the coming hangover. For the fourth tim in the his

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