Three Bataan Men Reported as Prisoners
Army Comes to Maywood for the Day
Home After South Seas Battles
Reveal Plans of New Bank for Maywood
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READY TO BE WEANED. Something new in feeding animals was introduced here by Mrs. Sarah Alderson, 1432 South 14th avenue, who has kept a baby wild rabbit alive by feeding it milk from a medicine eye dropper. The rabbit was only a week old when found by Mrs. Alderson's son, Keil, and Mrs. Alderson has been feeding it for the past two weeks. The feedings of milk are supplemented with bread, lettuce, and peas. A small pen has been built for the rabbit in the yard, but the feeding is done indoors, as the family watches.
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