Implication is Sec of Air Force Heather Wilson, if she considers herself Christian, than violating 9th commandment by using "Weapon of Silence" re UAP alien straw man w Lockheed and if considers oath to Constitution on promoting general welfare binding and herself an American (v Nazi) then in violation of that oath as well see 1 8 45 pg 2 Akrn Bcn Jrnl AP Howard W Blakeslee foo fighter Bell Francis F Lucas + cross reference Paul C Aebersold 10 31 48 pg 60 Tampa Tribune

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 - Inez Robb, 78, noted columnist, dies in Tucson...
Inez Robb, 78, noted columnist, dies in Tucson Inez Robb, a former nationally syndicated columnist, died at Tucson Medical Center yesterday. Robb, 78, suffered from Parkinson's disease. In 1953 Robb began working as a columnist for Scripps-Howard Scripps-Howard Scripps-Howard Newspapers and United Features Syndicate. Her col umn was carried in 140 newspapers around the country until her retirement in 1969. She was one of the first women war correspondents during World War II and she covered every presidential inauguration inauguration from 1936 to 1968. Robb also covered two coronations and the installment of Pope Paul VI. Robb and her husband, J. Addison Robb, who died early last month, had lived in Tucson since 1962. They had previously previously lived in New York City. Robb was born in Middletown, Calif., on Nov. 29, 1900, and was raised in Caldwell, Caldwell, Idaho. She received a degree in journalism at the University of Missouri in 1924. In 1927 she went to New York to join the Sunday staff of the New York Daily News, where she worked until 1938. From 1938 until 1953 she was a reporter for William Randolph Hearst's International News Service. Robb was also a steady contributor to numerous national magazines. She completed more than 10,000 published articles during her career. She wrote one book, "Don't Just Stand There," published in 1962. Robb was a member of Theta Sigma Phi journalism society and Phi Beta Kappa scholastic honorary. She was an officer of the University of Arizona Foundation and a patron of the Tucson Museum of Art. Services for Robb are pending. Survivors include one sister, Cathryn Callaway McCune of Tucson, and a brother, Stephen Callaway of Rock Island, 111. Robb

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  2. 05 Apr 1979, Thu,
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  4. Page 17

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  • — Implication is Sec of Air Force Heather Wilson, if she considers herself Christian, than violating 9th commandment by using "Weapon of Silence" re UAP alien straw man w Lockheed and if considers oath to Constitution on promoting general welfare binding and herself an American (v Nazi) then in violation of that oath as well see 1 8 45 pg 2 Akrn Bcn Jrnl AP Howard W Blakeslee foo fighter Bell Francis F Lucas + cross reference Paul C Aebersold 10 31 48 pg 60 Tampa Tribune

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