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I _ m ^yT«T7?^B ,jfcj ■ft" _ , 3UIID FOUNDATIONS,?© W 35*0 st ,n Y. I The Americans have re turned to the Philippines and have firmly established posi tions on Leyte and Samar Is lands to the south The in vasion forces, under the direct 4 supervision of Gen Mac Arthur, included every survivor of Ba taan and Corregidor who es caped capture Here, Yank soldiers of the 96th Division arc pictured fighting their way through the wreckage of a native village as Gen. MacAr fhur's 6th Army moved inland m the invasion -1 I THE CHERISHED HOUR After a savorv dinner, seek oot vour casv chair and light up a Dutch M asters Cigar. Indeed, this is "the cherished hour -that wonderful hour of life each dav when a man can relax and lose his worries in the dream blue smoke of a trulv great cigar. Dutch Masters Cigars ! Yanks Back in the Philippines W *** -JPUMA fort of the first invasion wave to lond on Leyte Island, these Yank soldiers are pic tured as they took cover from Jap machine gun fire on Octo ber 20, shortly after they landed on the beachhead. #fian^N.\3sas«« tArw filipino natives, young and old, of the village of Dulag on Leyte Island, are shown taking cover in a dirt pit as Yank soldiers of the 7th Division rout out Japanese snipers hiding out in the ruins of the villMe .s: ^ u .i mmuLur# ”1 have returned/' Gen. MocArthur broadcast to the Filipino natives, shortly after Americon forces invoded Leyte. Here, he holds his hand aloft as his jeep moves past on American jeep convoy. i-mmb li I ■ — I i 1 ui.MiL 1 + ^ >7" A native woman and man and their small children flee their nati»< hut on Leyte Island os American soldiers of the 7th Division move forward in a drive to clean out the lop snipers. Members of the American 1st Lovalry umsion ore snown crossing a water tank trap, one of the many futile attempts made by the retreot inq Jops on Leyte to retard the onslaught of the Yank invasion “ “ ' a 1* Wirt- anil fcnKtial Corps Photos. mm i k y Sweetheart f efthe Debutantes ARISTOCRAT OF THE JUNIOR SLIP WORLD ON SALE AT PALAIS ROYAL (> nly science can liflp id I lie face Kecome more youthful ^ Thet« 's no substitute for science when it comes to regaining K a more youthful texture and lxauty for the skin of face and throat. This, many thousands of ENDOCREME <_ users . . . from 12 to 70 . . . are proving to their own - *7^ enthusiastic satisfaction; for scientific ENDOCREME with c-v most women brings results hitherto thought impossible. It actually helps to improve the skin itself, not just its ^7 su|xrficial appearance. Tins is lx-cfmse ENDOCREME - with its activol** . . the laboratory counterpart of a S natural, skin-vitali/ing substance ... is absorbed beneath the skm’s surface to rebuild cells and firm tissues. This ^ assists tin skm to become smoother, fresher, softer. actually more alluringly youthful again. How better can ^ any woman invest her cosmetic dollars? You, too, should try ENDOCREME. Many report great improvement *;7 m just JO days. *7 ■ H Look for this Mark... ffl ' the mark of good wine! la Wine Growers Guild isanagri m cultural association of four non B profit, cooperative wineries be B longing to over U)() California ^ ^ wine-grape growers. Guild (.el* ajq lars are located in the choice California ^ Jpi wine districts of Lodi, Woodbridge, qTi. Sanger and Cucamonga. WIN6 GROW€R$ GLMLDI **#**tH S«6RRY 1 ■-- - —. W. .. - • *-»••#— ~.’" .<»-' •" ■"■ £.1;. w • \y. •V A-. pp ( Al IM1RM A ,V/>in • Palomino PjL />m \/i<<> • .M/n;»v (mini Sf/tiri Puil Win, Pu,t .Witn.ir,/ Iul.n tinifun./) /nif.iihi,! ■ S.initi in ■ Rim, Wine . . . from the icllar* ol Wine Crow ers Guild. I.0J1. California.