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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 8, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin
Nail Library of Congress just sighs of borrowers cling to books every hour the Library s truck groans out of the basement with a Ain Load of for tile Hausa and Senate Cut face buildings on the Way bad with a return Load it never is quite so full. Politely prodding out delinquent readers is a duty that Falls to miss Elsie Rackstraw chief of the Loon division. Miss Hack Straw a friends say die should be claimed As a Diplomat she Doest have nosh time to be a librarian. Like everybody Alae on Capitol Hill Library officials Imp Doss watch on the election returns. Their interest is in those members who done to come bade maybe they Are a we some of so the Library generally gets them when the departing members clean out their Topcoat slow priced groups now and then a Library of Congress Bode winds up in a booksellers shop. The bookseller Mearns says a a invariably sends tim Book Back. Every Library Book carries not Only the Library a bookplate but also identifying Marks stamped into the Flyleaf and the Bottom of Page 99. The Library last year Lent 107,-499 volumes. The question of delinquent borrowers is such a Touchy one that in their a Quot Quot a a a it report Library officials done to even i say How Many of the Loens from time to time there is talk about a educating House and sen i ate Membra on the need for prompt returns. This probably wont come to much file librarians figure. Taylor ave. Al 1967 is be i a a a a ii i Fps Bow a ire Mich jets pork a a kidney smash Rad invasion China nationalists say Hong Kong us a Chine s nationalists today they had sea did a second Rod attempt to invade Hainan sch Kim about half of a Fleet of 1,900 Junks. Pro nationalist reports said government warplanes caught the Junks inching Down luf How Peninsula toward the my Island off China s South coast the Peron a Ula is separated from Hanmi he a Strait to Miles wide. The accounts assorted that the warplanes dived upon the Fleet and Sank approximately 900 Junks. The others fled Back to the coast of the Peninsula. Meaty Young Pouk neck Bones pig feet waging mock War Norfolk a. A Ort a the troops were Oil file move today far operation Fortran a history s greatest Modo amphibious assault a which the army Navy and air Fores will stage in the Ciri been Early in March. The a Maria first detachment of 9,500 soldiers aet sail yesterday from Charleston 8. C., in route to Little Creek where rugged training for the assault gets under Way monday. Ultimately the army will Send a total of 15,000 men for training to the pork sausage now Auto a imagine a sole like this on suits like this you actually save from $8.00 to $23.00 at Jacobson s january event we be Token this group from our regular Stock and priced them specially for this event. Included Are worsted flannels sharkskin worsted twists and tweeds. Here Are single and double breasted styles. Here Are regulars shorts Longs and stouts. Choose a new suit Topcoat or overcoat from these listings. Short 0the country now is not. Info b06ton�?sub�? a puking lot no Bootee Hwy Nooft station the. Ocono Oil adv on Agram Jawa Nan j a alg. Month Tael table and of Ola Infra tag Hood Road Tux he parking. To angry pro a to Boa Man warn a it
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