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The.greater part of this oasis is held by Tucks andA.rabsv It-is
the'pa'rtr containing .the natural food supplies, and -the Italians .are
forced to subsist pnxfppd"hrougtit' from Italy. Thrspicture sho.ws"a
Turkish rprt onithe,pa"sis. ' The' Italians are cutting down thepalfn
tre,es as jfasbas possible so they will not serve as hiding places ifor,
the. enemy. . - - ; ;, , , - ' -".-
Ethel :Degerman,-aged 16, stu
dent ..at Lake-View high, school,
was-run dpwn,.and killed .today,at
N. Clark and Leland by an auto
mpbile.' owned and operated. by.
nue, Eva'nstonl . . - '.
- The. girl wais ... crossing' the
stfeet'on her way to ;s,chool,;and,
stepped-n -front: of' the machine.
She was removed., tip, the';Rayens.-
jt Baker was, taken to 'the Town
;Hall police station,. and released
oh;his own recognizance.
, Miss .Degerxnanwas a daugh
ter qf-Ax?l Degerman, 1240-L'aw-
tfon salt, has -just started', on his
,80th,voyage -around the Avorld.
Never had a mishap, either. He
feels perfectly safe exceptrvthen
wood hospital, where she died." .'J ashore. ..1