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    ''Girl Crazy" Jud.v'• got rb)thrn· 110 baa

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    for. Republican Nomination· . ......... ---- ;;:;.,.., , 1 ....... · · . · Leave ·Roswqll: .. Mdlday~: Wednesday · and.Ftiday . r-------=:

    ·· Leave Catrizozo: • • Tue'sday .. -. · .Thursday . a11d Satu«lay

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    · By VIRGINIA VALE Rel~tn•ed tw We£tcrn Now•popcr Union •.

    M ETRO'S going to da big things the week of June t2nd, tn celebration of the or-ganiZE.Jtion's twentieth b ir tb~ day. Their first big picture was "The Big Parade"; their thousandth, now being shown, Is "The White Cliffs," starring lovely Irene Dunne. During annlv,lrrmry week prnctfcally ever$' ~novic theater In the nation will show 110me Metro picture-a short, a acwsred or a feature. At the litudlo lbere'll be a ceremony honoring lllosc who hove Berved the cornpan~ lor 20 ycara. And a coast--to-coast broadca5t wlll feature every star un-hr contract to the studio. King Vidor's "America" and "Dragon Seed," with Knthnrlnc Hepburn, will reature In the celebration.

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    Chill Williams, model now under contract 11o RKO, In too popular tor lbe good of her bank account. One photograph in a weekly magazine

    COlLI WILLIAMS

    br!JUght hor 40,000 rcqueots from ~~ervkl'mC>n for pin·up pictures. Think whol'll hoppen niter they ecc hf.'r ln "lfnvlng Wonderful Crime"!

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    When the temporar:y chairman of &he llepubiJcan national convention ealla the party delerates to order, the National ISroadeastlns companJ wUI hnvc eompleted als monthi of preparation; for the sixth time,, Uuy'll handle both the blr polltlcal convc.nUona.

    A prolJram of rPul lmportnll Snuth .1\trwnn Br,.ndc·ootlnH eorJtornllon at lohiWnl'Oburu ronde o dramntl:wtton ln 13 oplwdC'o and tho dJOl'D were tlown to Now Yorlt ·ond Uwro r(!-proct'!l!.led anto muotcr rl't'ordlnno. Tho ot>rlco bt'6!lnn w1th the dltJC'OVl'r)' of dlambndo and aold In 8uuth A1-rlcn, tcl'lo ul() lr>gendary cxplotln of the fornouo tleld morc;hol, ends wltb Ut" Un1rm or &uth Africa an one of \be Unltt'd Nottono. ~

    RC'IoUvl'o and frtendo In Wmh.>s. boro, N C , of Pvt. Rowland S. Pru. ell had hl'nrd nothing of him olnce he wa• rt>ported erltlcally Ill in an Italian honptlol· ~until they heard his vol«'e wht>n lw epukc from Algiers on tho Allan JonNl Frankie Corle air ahow. lhn witt> and moUter were called out of prayer meeting by lrlendn In Ume to hear his lollt few wordn on the broadcoo(, which Inter wo11 dono over for them by IJ1o1ocal IJtaUon.

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    b II I . can .e. . · ''M:oSt girlf! are.''

    . Qld Playmate . . , · ~· :Motber-SQnny, y01l rnusb} t U4e

    11Uch words. · ·· Son - ~ut, Mq~, Sbo1tespeare used thern. · ·

    . :M:other-W~, quit playing with bhn.

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    . ' Nai11rwl rvltkr k ttlll .. -thlfll of • My.tery, non after y .. ,, ef l«ltonttory oxperf.o Me~tt,. It HI ec~rllell _.. hy• ........ , • ., tfl•,. ........... qutllltl., which uvo "*t •• yet Hill 41et-IIIH.·

    ltf«• the wOt, 6Q perc;tnt of th• tlret and Jvbe1 Mad• eodl year w.,.wad atf8Piocen~enll,and 10

    · · per~t~~tofiM~ttwmQif:lr~d"tcld " replCKtd ~baM OIIIIIIOify KlOpped.

    lrtlzll ............ ""'"' .. $3.06 ,. ,., ....... 1f10 .,,_...... the 41en~ of the .M~ 41J. Jatt plaJt!ctfHI to tH .X .. .......... '.000.000 lla"d-vlttfer cvltlvatk• I• 1915, ptevltll•• the ltwlc of the 'WorU'• av,U• ..

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    THROW AWAY HARSH· LAXATIVES!

    ' Millions Have Ended Consti-

    pation with Sim_Pic Frc.b Fruit Drfuk c

    Don't form the laablt of depetld· lttt on harsh, ,;rlp_ingo laxatiYea . till til you've tried tbla taJ11 health· tal way miUioill now UIO to keep ~Jar. lt'afm~h lemon jutco and water

    taken fint thing iri the mornintt-ju!t &!! 1100n u you cet up. Th~ juice of one Sunkist Lemon fa • ~ of wat6. TakC1l thWI• on an empty atomach, it atimttlates Urtl'ltJl bowel action, day after day, for most people.

    And lemons are actively good for you. TheY're among the iicllMt 10urces ot Vitamin C, whic:b tom· bata fatiguezllel~ rt!lst cold• and fnteetlons. :!'beY supply TitatnfM B, and P, ald dl~on and Wp alkalinize the ~

    Tz7 this ~nd wake-up drink 10 morninp. See it it doen't betp ,-oul Use California Suatlat I.emo~ .

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    .nevef has ma4e a picture ~~r. StJre l.Hioll -ub3t~ct8 •nd s~rlptuh! titxb ~. V&Q JO~n half;t.Ient •. But hf:! has. · lec:ted. I!Dd ~~~yrlcllted bT Iiltaf!lattonnl IOn:letl\fng mQrl! fmportant-.-WarmtJl ~.:r~~~ ll·~l!lU8 E;duaatlon: UHd • by .. ·

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    . Success . to him il!l ~ . . . . mfr.. . Q(l:LD~N TEXT-1M now abld~tll faith, . acle. He expresses the . ap-. · !lope, Jov~. tl:l~e three; and the area test of

    pl:'eciation, and meall$ · . those . llle .. lllovt>-l Corlntl\lana 13:13. · who have believed he . malt~ it. , . • Last J,!al-ch a near-:1.:~g~c autom.o.. . Who f:l a Chrislian? :Qn~ ml~ht

    Pq.-ch Soppe.-a T Furnish . Tonic .

    . For Appetites . . •veul on Skewers •p~~• .Greene with Plc;ed Beets

    Y Wheat lUscuits Butter. · Raspbercy Pr.ink .

    _LStrawqerry Me~ingue Pie •Recipe Given . · ·

    • ' . 1..11 id · t ...... k · j .nswer m a number ot ways, H~ is "' e ace en s..,. .. c • bfm. 4own · usl OJle w}Jo has been saved by the re·

    Ill! ll~ got ~ ·tQp . r;leemi.na. grace Qf Jesus Christ. He role with Spencer· ls one who flecks tQ live a lite in ao-

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    Tr~cy a~d Irene cord with the will of God,· ·He is a DIUUie. in ~·A Guy . witness, to. r G. od, and s. o o. n, S:ut the

    -_ · . Sat:e Use\ Fard • · .... , .· l';or a quick supper dish yQu mlght

    Nnm!X\ JQe," . The pulse of lite ~nswer that the whole world under .. waver~ within . stands is. a llfe in which the r~ b.lm as van laY deeming love ot Christ begets a true on a hospital CQt. lovt~ for one's fellow man. A nurse held a I. ' All Example of Cbrlstlan Love mask over his (Acts 18:1-4). face, pl'eparing Teaching ancl preaching are God's hlm for an eme~:· 'Van Johnson ordained way for presenting tJte gency ·operation, truth, They are effective, but Qnly A big man with gray hah' walked when done by one whose Ute e~· into the room. ·· emplifies tho truth. In his letter to Sta.nding Bv the Corinthians Paul gives the great..

    " est discu!sion of love known to the

    try ,this m!!nt pie. fln"jor rlcll and economy-w1se:

    Hamburger Noodle Pie, (Serves 6)

    1% pounds hamburger · ~~ cup milk ' ~. oup flne, soft bread crumbs ~ t11.blespoons onion, mlnoed 1 egg, sllrlttly beaten · Salt and pepper to taste 1 llot buttererl noodles . . Combme all lngredlents except

    noodles o.nd pat mixture Into bottom and sides o' ple plate. Bake in a moderqte oven (350 degrees) 45 min·

    14Would you hold this mask on his world, but before he wrote it he bad faee a moment?" asked the nurse. lived that truth before them. The .

    The ~Uan did. Later he stood out· Holy Spirit spoke through him of aide the door of the pperating room love, because He had . ah:cndy lived as Vnn was wheeled inside, and the truth out In tho preuchcr.

    . · . utes. To serve, fill center wl\h hot, Serve tile famll:r quJekly prepared · buttered noodles and dust with pap-·

    coqJ drinks made with flavored pow• · rika. • !lCJ'l• They're e·conomical and oan Don't . forget the lovely spring . be made In a ftash b7 aDJ member greens when lt -comes {a adqlng·col·. of the family. or to tho table and vitamins to your

    waited till he came out again. .· Two things appear here: Paul ', That man was DJrecto' Vic Flem· was:

    bs&", who bas more hca.rt than most 1, Working (vv. 1-3). The world's folks give hlm credit !or. moat diatlngulshed missloimry ·and & 1111 U;ed F•rd

    JBut I'm getting ahead of the story preacher bad arriyed in Corinth. ox Van Johnspn, a husky, typically -where was the welcbmlng commit. Wise homemakers ·Will plan porch American kid with unruly red-.gold tee or lcx:al dlgnitariest> There waa IUppcn for warm oveninga. Not hair, freckled face, a pair of brigh\ · · none. Whose comfortable hQme only will the !am .. · blue eyes, nnd an infectious smile. would .receive hlm7 None wa• of· Jly enjoy the gay Back fn Newport, R; ~~. be was a fered. His was the lot of the plo.. informality of tho popula.r song-and-dance mp.n from neer for Chrlat. He had W hunt up porch but the the time he wore knee p;mts. He a Jewfab fellow craftaman and go chanzing of meal· wowccl 'em at the· various cluba,_ to work to eaJQ bf,.- breacL.,. .. · time · locale just IodAtes and church sOcials. · Paul, like every other Jewish boy, naturally will peP.

    In 1937 Van headed for New York. bad learned a trade, something he up laijlni of aP: LU"'cr bot water. Combine * ~our thrOat lio bla·;,ou Call'Uwllll.:iW, f\t).ftllment and.~ from view, but . OJd coffet percolatot• are eX•. maininl lntredientf. · Beat · l.lntU th.en )'C)U're ahatd-btat~ critter. love ahall e~dure throJJgh .u. eter .... cellent for t®kint' asparago.. · thfck; add gelatin. C

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    ·r~1E OUTLOOK ThThe~~rs .1-•mmou~~d~•eoi ·'--~~-~·~~·--·--····-·---~·--·---~·-···---·~.--·--.---·--··,·· . ------ -,- n furtheranee- ot . thlJS reeom•\ Pendency of Suit ·-nm ow. J-WGE sAY's •• ~·

    t'uhhaluuf W«Jalfly in the lnll'IUI•t of d ti · .· ill.. ·· that mv · · · · · · · · C•rr;,o,o amJ Lirtc:oln Cnunty, N .... men.' on w . , I a 'I .. , . .. S'l'AT.E OF NtW 1Jl1JXICO to a J, ~· ·· · · ---··: :··. -~ ...... -- --: .. --~ education comet !rom th_c echO?l ,v_hit•k•'· hnplnileWn periiOilll CllllmJng JIPY .a.ry fl, 1011, .. •l Lb• . p(ltt olflc. at war ttarted workipg for the ~. p, .-lght, tftle, or·'1nto~olit In or t~ th• :arrllo&o, Nevr 1\lulcu, under tbl A~t- Railroad Co. conlldered in the prt~mlse!!}D.VQived In this CMilllo. . , r M areh II, lll'19. · · ' · · GRE.EriNOS: · ___ ...;.... __ ....:..' ___ ...__ fir at line of defense, and i_t elect· Yo!l Allll each ot you . are her.et1y

    A j, llrUIIIII( lvrm• cl•"e Wed~l~ldiJ ed, will eontlnu,e to handle b~th notltletl tbat w. J. Sandfer ha• filed • t uooll. N•w• co1UJJIIII elo•• lbuu· eervieel eaUBf•etoru to all until eult aglhiJt vou in the D' ~rl t ,.. rt 1 '' uli!bl. It 7011 do no~ race lye )'QUr · " . · • L il · " . u•. c ""'f)Jl· Jdp~r , caularl)', pl••••u~Llt)' lbe J'ub• t. h i 11 unfortunate atruggle ll o! ~ coin County,N~w Mexico, in eAse l!l'••r. J\l.lllt~rUahtf( r•te• on IPPIIea• over, No. 5100 pr~ylng tbll CQ!lrt foJ: a de•

    tlon. ,:1r11o•partftlorunl{ th11 foJIQwln~ de11cdb· · Your aupport will be &lgh)y ~:11 vrovorty bl~ween plalntin: -an:! the

    • ttt..;l"~ , - appreciated. . . de(endsn~• 141 their lntere11t. anpy "P'" . ". a¥r ~_'"'A!!':..I'l'~~::a.•N ~. ...... _~ } ' Harry Millet, pilar, towil: . . " .. . ~ ~ J -. ~-c WiSE~ 11nd SEiSEi, Se"t.lonf; SWt·

    (ilflte .... ;;;flip, Z4 , . Notice . ' NWi and tbe W6SW1, ~ecthmS;NWr. _._ .. _ ---~·~· NWi,:Section 17; Nf~1Nl1:i, SecUon 18,

    Alturat, Calif., Sept I 6, 1940. aU In Twp 10 s., n. 18 E,, NMt>~f. To Whom It May Concern: with the well, fenc!la a tall .bulldlngli

    I have bce,p personally acquil· Joca~ed tboreon. BjNE!, SEiNWi·~.

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    · Gnomes,bnd Little Men's Chowdor and Marching Socioty, Mr. O'Matl~y?

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    ~' · PR Of~SSIQNS P~Plino.AldaJ, .P~~b•t• Jqd•e• • · ....... ""' ............... Rep. ' ,' . . '\" . . . . . ' ..

    'JO. a· N E B. . . . · ~'-bll E. Wn .. ·_,_"t. do. an. t"_ 'l'r~a .. . . . . . . . . . • . • ALL ' "'" "' ., ··~· urer, ftep. . . . · · .

    A.ttQfQ!!lY & Counselor at Law Nick: T~ Vega, Sheriff, R~o. ·· . · · New .QuUdlnr . . · EleJ"do Cbavl!z, Juatice Pe~:~1' •

    0-.T,izo:zo · ....., . ·New M!!XIco Precioc:t U, P4!1Q~ · .. · · · . , .. ,J~ Jl, Lath~.,. $~eriff,. De~Jl •...

    . ·. · T E . :KELLEY ; ·.· · · MJrlball Atkinson, Commil!l• ..,,..,.,!>~~!~ ,,.w.,. .. -.1""" •toner, Dlall'ld !!>·Rep, ' . '

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    ·. Alit~ M•ry.J. Lumpldne,Ra1m • . . • · •~~\.-ttve qistl'i~c lG, Rep •.. · ·

    Dr. R •. E. BLANEY t . Will 'l'· Goe, Repre1ent.ativ. DP.ntist . . . · ·· Oi$nic~ 16, Rep, · (J.. ·

    - L.ut$B,,U~I~K- F~ed Met:eiiue, Commieaiori r IJIArrlll~lll .. Naw Ma;ctca . Dittflrt 1,, o~Jn. . •••••••••~•••+•••••c · LeUoy' McKniaht. Comm• -. L a· . o· '. ·G· . ' &' s. 't .• . . •loA;t'l)ittriet 1,. Rep, . ' . -

    JW · Ol{ntn~ ai. Wilcox, Joet•ce •••••••••.(••••·•~•· ~~ace, Precinct 14. Rep, __ · -:o_U,Kktzozo. Lono• No, ·- 41.- . Roy Sbafel', Commi•elont~•. · · narrizozu. New a.lexteo. \ O.atril:t 8, Reo.· • . . . · ~:-{1', & A,·_ Pot', . Harry Miller f!Jr County vie- .. ,

    Re,8alar llaatlnK• •If•\. .mucr~tt. Second Wedlle•d~ . . utio. H. t!eele. J P ., . Pet, 1~

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    Nazi Rail Lines l:fanunered- by· Allies In Pre-lqvasion Softenip.g Process; Lend-Lease Grants Total30 Billion;

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    Stilwell Advance.~~ in Northem Bunna ·- '.

    (J!:DITOK'I MOTIIll Wlln IJIIIloao are u:preaoe• Ill &bue e•l••••.1 Iller are tiltH., -Wulna Nowap&Jer t111l1a'1 I!~WI 111illyo11 .... aet liec,aalltllJ 1r1 IIIII H'II'.I'I'Cf,)

    _ Rtleued b7 We•IC'rll Nowo~J~apor Vnwn. · . . . .

    Beachhead-There'• mor• to o•t•bllablna •l benchhoad than· merel1 forclna a landlna. At Altape In [ilu~ch New Gulne.a1 OouJhboyo are ~l1ow• brlnrlnl up luppllet ror continued operation•· . . EUUOPE: I PACIFIC: . ' Nazi Pr(:rmrations Stilwell A(lvrmres

    As It vmn r"port(•d that the Gr· l,wut. Gen. Jovcph Stilwell's mann WN(' prPpr..rd to -nocritl1•e milccd U. S., Chlncoc ond nnlivc 200,000 1J11·n olung the "Atlantic Burml'!JC troopo·pur.ht•d the Japs tar· Wall'' to nlt~w up thP Allil'n' land· tll(>r boelc In northern Burma In Inc opNntwnn und allow the Gl'r· thir dr~ve to cle>nr n new nupply mnn higfl commond opportunity to rood to distrd lht•lr polgn to vcver the Annnm-Bmr,al non·~top bup1twrdmt>nt of cnc•my do· raU line f(•edinr. G('ncral Stilwell's fener lnl'ltnllottonn nnd cnmmunlca- army. -tlon Unt•n tn blar.t a fonvnrd path In tho South Pacific, tr. s: troops tor thP lnvnoton rorct'o. ntrmcth('nt'd thC'Ir hold on tho llol·

    AtJ thll tcro hour approarht>d, the Iandin area In Dutch New .Guinea, Nolin oou ~ht to nsourc naalnot Allied wlulo Arncnl'on bombera ranged up londlngo u1 Jlollnnd by' prrpcmng to and down the Inland amanhlng at nood tht> lowlondn, part ot which ol· J op banco oupplying strnegllng ready hove b'-'l'" lnundatro follow· tnt•my lroop:J. 1ng the rt>rnovnl of th" lnhnllitontn. · In addiUon to threatening General

    Hravy U S and Brsttoh nerlal Stllv:cll'o supply lines, • th~ Jap · d drive In IndJo reportedly was do·

    bombnrdmt>ntn rt>port«'dly rnze -otgncd to cotnblish India's . Col· Nn:rs rail llm•o 100 mllfltJ Inland from loborutJoniot Subhos Chandra Bose tht> charmPI "onot, putting 0 11011"rc on native ooll for on lntcMivo prop a· c.mmp tnto thr trnnoport ayott>m over gando drive to nrout~o the llindut which ttw Nnr.hs hoprd to ru!lh to re\•olt ngolmst the Britinh oraofmPd troopa to t>ncuuntcr early • Alllrd londlngn, pocslbly modo tn I END LEASE • t'Onjundtnn With a great Ruo::Jion or- .. • • fPMIVl' In the ~a.8t. 30 Billion

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    ba~~!:d g; i:::e ~~:es~~e~~~:. .Ju-sf~lc"e ·IS ·sole 4 Pr·tlln· cip'Je. ·' ' the Japanese presst!d their dnve to · . . .. · · . . . -. , · -· · . ~

    ~:ar ri~~k~:~~~~IJ ~u:~tr~ . Gu.tdt".ng St. eps o· _f- - UN-R-RA ___ -_-northeal!tern China. · - . _ · _ . · -

    J ap;uJCae sqcce#lll would clear a . . . · · · · · ·· · · considerable belt o( the ro~tJ. tor

    north-south traffic. ~Strengthening Ule enemy's · stranglehold on , eastern Cbfnq, which includes all of .that 11trJcken country'• principal iJea- -.PQrts. - ·

    Since ·overrunning _ea13tcm China,

    tRelie1 and Reh~bilitation ProgrAm. Claim~ -. · -Support of Co!Jgressmen Noted for ..

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    the Jpps have worked hard to estab· lish new industries in the occupied territories to capitaUze on the~ coun· try's moterial and manpower re· sources, and there have bt:en. . re-. ports that the Jnp war mnchlqe has. considered transfer ot government~

    WNU Service, 'Union Trus£ n~IdlnJ· _up rp,w1utioos sd).)11!lUnt~ g out wh~\ . . _ - ·FARMERS . · - washington D · 0 · · woulq l;le done un -cr ,,e ~gre!lmlln • - · Fa.rm,_Maeltin.eq for Sale -

    ' · · · · · · ' · ' · · • in · Since they knew- tb¢ bl\ternes$ - ouver 1033 model .11\~ndn~!l .row "l'llP -tr11c- · and economic admlnlstrntlve offices to the ChlnQsc mainland in the event of sustained U. S. bpmbardment of

    WhUe the pombs are burst g oy!!r .a_ ·nd con_t_ rove:rsv whi_ 'ch gr_ ew_. out 9f . tor, eood COJlC~IUon an_d new ruJ>ber, Ollve.-E 0 it ts pretty hard to think " 1 t Gril:in.Mn!lter 12-!oot combine .. 11138 model, _ ur pe, - · . - . . · the qnpaid war loatl$ of the as_ naw ~re11 nnd cornplet~l$' tt:buUt. Qllve" ·

    . the .home islands. of pos,twar actlvtties. A.mersca just . war ... one prim.e purpos_e .... ia to a_ cllieve, . 28 ;lC; -.. ro.ctor on 'Kood rubber. ;John d t lik t ~ It ""urthermore .. 1 t Deere #D combln!'>, 12.fQot nu11e~r tn>e cm oesn - e 0 ~0 • ~ - ' · · ' . th!lir- aim without r1lilning up a . o .· .. atcel. New Mali~Y·Hllrrls 101 au~r J."aw

    ·it js perfectly natural that, after our · of unc.ollec_ tible. debts.. In 0+~e_ r tw.o categories. . fli , - . For Slll• Wltltane nauon cer&Uie,.tea: tTaed

    inc electricity by avoiding the neccs- clflc:ally delimited pl~n~ for c1vil• those who have enough of the things l'ellrtrnctortullerHln.v.al~e,.,.z.5Q.Tubesre... pity o! worlting later 'nt night, Pres. ian. intcrna. Uonal actlVltY, is bt'hl~ nen. dnd ·~,feed a_ n_d clothe and houlie Jllodi)Jcd to ftl. llb•r.~· nr••·· KIJIIltall, NQJt, Manuel Avila Camacho arderl.'d u t d N t R Jl f d Rchn 1 1 "' ,. "" h •t "n end of l\i"cxl·co'a famed midday m c a to.ns ~· c an • their people, and·· those w t)) don , •. HELP WA_"'-t_T-ED " ' tntlon adq~imstrntJon. For~y-tour na- · Then there is another division lxl~ .1.'1 siesta. for government and intlus~ry. tions ~av~ combined to abt up this tween those who, while they don't

    Beginning June l, go'v!'rnment of· organu;otton and finance Its work. have the basic resources, neverth~ llccs . will open at 8 p, m. and u · d s • i thi · · f run throu"ho.ut the day; storea will The_ mte tates purt n s or- l less have. the money to pay .or

    '-' ganization has thQ. specftlc nuthori:z;a~ them. opqrate !rom !l 11• rri. to 3 P· m., and tion of C(}ngress. But It never could -AU of the nations which have factorle:J will worlt from a a. m' to _ have had this bucking if it hadn't · enough to t;rlte care of their own 2 f~ ~~tUng an end to Mexico's mid· been for the wholeheart!ttndcd on the ctrl'nttUt of its Dcap1te the ad_mittcd aurpJU!I ()f claim thnt Ute bullii!U.'I sells produe- monr row motcrutls, the War Ptdo uvo marhlnory to formt'rs In nd· ductum boord has oppost!d their ap. vonrPmC'Ut ol um war effort. procinble use In eivllian 1000!1 en

    the grounds that ouch manufacture !\fF.AT: would aggravate U1e manpower altu. Plt•mv on lland aUtm.

    per ct"nt in t!HO. 'l'axes claimed 20.1 New York Herbert Lehmann. its ad· in Greeco. · per cent agalmt 1&.8 In JMO, mlni!ttator. 1 broke fn on him when They will take tl!o.!lfl drachmas

    AIR TR-AVEL•. .,be was punllo1 over the qu.csUon, ot and hire personncf, people \Yh() will

    an emblem or ltag or a dcsignatson arrange to load the suppllM Into •'an·opoliV_ -De· bated tor UNRnA-somebody thought it truck!~ at the porn where t1NRRA "' >J cught to have' a dW.Ingui!lhing in· sets them down and bMdle the dis-

    Burning quc~Uon in aviaUon .tlgnfa but he was uneoovinccd and trib!JUon of lood and clothing circles today is Y~hcthcr varicua I then he snld something to me wWch, -through the agetlcies wiUlin the U. s. Unc!l shall Corm a ainxte com- .Ill important to remember, country; they wm do the dirty work p:my for inlematlonnl service or 11Here ~ one governmental in!U· of rebtlllding the waterworks and whether they aban compete for bmi• tution - governmentnl in tho zeruro electric Ught plants, the JtUbllc nens as separate orgnnlz.ntfcruJ. · that 44 nations arc backing n- schools and othM" btillditl~! neees-AJthu~gh only two cf Jg U. S. which, instead of wishing to ~r- satY for an crdered life. ThUs em·

    lines tnvor a 5inglc company, there . petuate itself, M most burcnu~ra~c ployme'nt will be tumbhed cut of i~ strcniC pressure for .such a setup units are oaid to do, hns tor its ehiet the nattnn'a own wcnJlli: on U:c grounllg that it$ operation on aim-sclt liquidation. LikE! tbe hoys 'l'bfu fs a very brief nltempt to a volume basi.J toul:l allow it to in tbo front lines, it wo.nt!l to get s!row bow tmnRA works but u 1 compete ngatrurt foreign air liM5 the job d~o and then QUit.U · sat in the Du Pont building on Con· which ur.doubtcdly wiU be- linl\i'l· The obJeet of mmRA fs to do nectfcut avenue nnd henhl Mr. dally !Upporled by their go'tern- wllnt it can to resolve to normaicy Saltsbury, who is one of the most ments. - the cba?S produced by the war and practieal•mindcd government offi..

    In cppo$lng the singta c:.otnpany then qwt. " cials with whom I hatv~r· my 3() years ur>erlcnc:e in. Washing• that compelution routd b6 expecttd nor Lehmann has set tts cr.c of bis ton, detail UNRRA's activities. I be-to rdult Jn imprtwed setvlce and objl:lctives tbe kecpirlf of the ntttrt• grot to teel quite an l!!fi'lotional up. promotion of air tra~Jel, withQUt let- her ot administrative ~tl1pleyees: surge. SaUsburst may have felt ~~ Ocean Is·wasb 1'111t tetltag free enterprise. down to the ab!!olute mln1mum. l'll - too but, of course, he wouldn't show Because little rain falls and the

    On April 1, warehouaea held a department, wllh empbaal• ftrnUJ ncar record of l,t4tU13,000 pounds plaCd on lmp_uUallty, . , of meat compared wiU1 780,B06,000 Allhou•h douthb()yil wllt bt per .. 1'0-Unda • year aao. Packing facUI- mtttcd to r~ad their- fl!lVorlt~ tn•l•• Uea were heine atretchrJd to the ut. dne or ne.wapaJH!r, thb wat depart• most u farmer• continutd heavy ntent ruled that ln radfo broadcaata boa ahlpment1, partly bccaUH of and 1e"ke poblrcatiasw, tqUal tlmt tho tight feed supply recentl7 anra.. or •P.ll.'t mu.t be rr•nttd to bOth vat«l by tha &ovC!'rnment'a embat«o aldt•l · _ _ on au private com nlea tn 123 tnld· Notlort pleturtt and Mtertalrl-o wttat countlea t. dlvtrt atocka to In. m~nt. alSd dr•w tht att~nt~ ot tht duatrlal proceuort. war d&Jitlrlmtnt. wi\b t10 Pll'tlal tria·

    Aa • tuutt ol tho covenun~t'a tttlll· to· bt tolerated m tllhw pro1ram, vlrtuatt1 aU Wtt e«n~ 10\lrc:e, W c:ornmafter t, lG43" the tepte- -aotrtethinl to offer' to provid_. it. If killed, U,$91 woundtd, 8,182 mle• • eent•UvH ot th8e 44 ttationa met the othera can _par tor--the food aild

    .-lrll and 4,4~. -ptlaOMra. _ tn the While bowie and al&ned u clothlt11 and olber thbtgt the:; 1e~ WPb .e;&at «Sta\he 1llteadt report-< aareemtnt to CO()petato tn , bind· the1 -are wUUnt to par tor tt;

    ed• tne death toll altt•d1 neated- we us> the WOWJdl ot war. Later, u -they can't~ the coatrtb\ltlng na-.'Wol'ld. W•r- l'•, whtrt G3,000 ~ they rrtd Jn Atlantic Cit, _and ttre• tiota are &oinl to Itt lt to them .. • c.UtPtOldm&telt m dtlrtt• -e .... ·~ ot bt· ~tt•• · -.~. _ !'t.llttt\hett. Ctf•tl1-ex~ Wit Juftiill41 ~~! -wu tbt- ' · ttOOI' -om.. .. ·tt otbtr lhttmopltstk'*, hQ ~b- -ltd ~· I&· ···· · · 1tt X.t:lltriDe .

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    '' . . •. . ·. ' . · To qbtaln $)att!!rn tQr pla)' auU plnafo~e, 11111 hat and tWQ ~pplJqu~· pllttern!l (Pat• . tern No. 53311) l!ldJUStllbl~ tor •Jzea :1·3 .. 1 · acnd 16 centa tn coin. your name and ad· dress and tl!e pattem numbt!r.

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    Beating of Surf S4akes. ·All of American Contiu·ent . The beating of ·the surf against

    the coasts o( North America pro-duces a constant vibration ·in the ground throughout the continent, says Collier's. Whill! this pulsn· tion rarely varies in deserts, it is joined and gtently increased ln ur· ban areas oy the vibration of mn· chinery and traffic. ' .

    In New York city, this activity causes the m:ound, the natural pulse of which Is 10 beals a min· ute, to vlbrate.morc than 200 times a minute during tho busiest hour.s ot the day-; . . ..

    KEEP 'cmalooklnlt attractive-. and cool and comfortable on hot From the Dutch we get this rc.

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    Ioyst This pretty p)ay set is quickly ·port turned ln by a Netherlands :ut and sewn from n small amount pilot after he'd bombed n Japn-•f material. Airy: l,ittlc sun-suit is ne$c nlrott'ip in occupied Nether! •uttoned on ahouldern--makcs It Jnnds Enot Indies: "Beg to report imptc to launder. Tiny tie-on skirt honorable nirotrlp has 1oat face."

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    FIRESTONE traction bars are built into the tread of a farm tractor tire to serve jutt one purpo~e. That plU'pOIJe iJ to • • • ewe tractton.

    Because the traction bar lt the source of pulllng power of tractor drea, it iJ obviom that lf'tatet traction bar lingtlt fi'-'e• grratn tractiort. By the same token(a shortentd traction 'bar design, .ruch a. the brol«!n cent«, gff!e.l len traction.

    Fi.reltone. Ground Grip Tracto-r Tires provide up to 21S extra inchea of traction bar length per tractor at no extra cost. And the ba~ are joined in the center to Conn a powcrCuJ, triple-braced, leakproof traction unit.

    That'• why f'armen prefer tir~s built by Firestone, the pionur and pacemaker ln putdng the farm on rubber.

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    FIRESTONE Put JHE FARM ON R .. U B'B E R .

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