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Broken Hill Barrier Daily Truth (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Broken Hill, New South Wales A return thanks j afr. C. Balman and family Desler to sincerely thank All kind friends and relatives for letters cards telegrams dome wreaths and Floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement also the doctors Sisters and nurses of the broken Hill and do tract Hospital und or. P. J. Potter and son for the Able manner in which the funeral arrangements were carried out. Will All please accept this As our personal expression of thanks. Airs p. Bates and family wish to Ati thank All relatives and friends for their kindness and sympathy in their recent bereavement. Air. And mrs. Len Nelson with to thank Ull friends and relatives by broken Hill for expressions of sym Pathy in the sad loss of their Darling infant daughter. J / Public notices j Baha i Faith mrs. Dulcie Burns dive new zealand will speak on the Baha i Faith and world reconstruction sunday. ? 8.15 . Jew masonic Hall oxide Street appreciation ? tin Lii Ihu i cause is one of the Ireat Nurul und social forces in All the world today. I am More convinced than Var. With the increasing moral and political crisis in the world we must have a greater International co ordination. Such a movement As the Raha i cause which paves the Way for Universal organisation of peace is . A president Edward Benes. Czechoslovakia. Come and investigate. No collection or. Jack l. Firth consulting accountant and auditor fee sores to advise his clients and the a Public that he has entered into partnership with messes. Ronald a. Irish und Leonard w. Watt both of Sydney such partnership to be car ried on under the style of r. A. Irish Watt & Firth or. Firth will continue person ally to conduct his practice at the present broken Hill address 1st floor. Bank of Australasia Chambers. 340 ardent Street. Phone 1054. Nance Harvey 4h8 Williams Street wishes to notify pupils that lessons will commence on. Monday june 5, at 7.30 . Refrigerator service vow is the time to bring your Rol Friger ator up to its highest Point of efficiency. Consult a h. F. Osborne refrigerator specialist. 167 Mica Street. Broken Hill. Phone 1048 teacher of dancing miss m. Boston wi8hes to remind that a tap dancing class will commence at the . Hall. Saturday. June 10. At 10 . Tailored corsets a Madam Allerton s representative mrs. Kumnick is visiting broken Hill and can be consulted at Comer oxide and Mica Street. Joyce s milk bar. Phone 30. ? for Sale j Joii. Sale a Good Yard and table poultry Young cock Feu Etc. Also fresh Cut Flowers arriving today. Paddy s Market i or Sale few pair Good strain1 Yorkshire canaries. 45 Harris. Street. I or Sale Good Onkar Arenga Tweed overcoat fit boy 7 to 9 years no coupons. Apply 177 Thomus Street. Ifor Sale a Small fluted Iron. Match Beard. Flooring Oregon Timber doors windows met Tern stoves bricks Etc. From 4-roomed w. And i. House. Week end 419 Mica Street. Vor Sale goats mixed Good Cona Dlton. Apply. 499 Wyman Street. Al or Sale 1935 master Chev. Road Ster 1935 Model government pm ice �i3o our Price. £130. Apply min a motors oxide Street. Lol Sale child s Oak cot. With no tresses As new. Apply. 302 oxide near Thomas Street. A or Saez laying ducks and Drakes. Yappy 402 Wiliams Lane. I or Sale Man s Bike Good order. A apply. 121 Murton Street. To or Sale a his master s voice gramophone As new fitted with electric pick up also 100 records 36 Patton Street South. T70r Sale Young Muscovy Drakes. Apply. 170 Williams Lane. Tiaw Kes c Melody saxophone for sule. 420 Thomas Street. J wanted to buy wanted painting and roof re a a repairs. Apply 458 cd pole Lane. Wanted child s doll pram apply v doll s pram truth office. Wanted one Light trailer state a Price to trailer truth office. Wanted to buy hockey stick. Apply sport care truth office. Wanted to buy a us Volt Elim Sinator and toaster. Apply eliminator truth office. A wanted to Purchase second hand tools second hand machinist of any descriptions in any Quantity for Cash. Highest prices Given. . Salvage co. Cantral mini a entertainments 0 -w.a. Re St room saturday. June 10.? International Day. A a ? a trance As usual Tail s masonic Hall tonight saturday. A. Rail has president. Fad Iii a euchre . Club oort tuesday afternoon. Cash prizes. Afternoon Tea. All Welcome. 1 auction sales \ tuesday at 11 on the premises 491 Thomas Street near Zelna Street a Ockrum & Foulds will sell on account of or. J. I. Kearns surplus furniture and pot plants Etc. . Wardrobe gramophone and re cords. 2, Verandah chairs. 3 linoleum. Camp Stretcher 3 Wicker chairs. 2 boys tricycles 50 feet of Hose canaries and Cage cockatoo and Cage 4 Multi Duck blinds. Tubs crockery. Quantity of books. Host of sundry lines also an exceptionally Good lot of pot plants 2 Norfolk Pines 0 it. He ghz Palms. Ferns and it lot of plants too numerous 10 Sale tuesday at 11 o clock j to let j pro let a 3-Roomod House. Railway town e.l., Handy to Souta und Zinc mines. Apply 131 Thomus s Reet. Pro let a 4-Rcomed House. Centre i. Apply 120 iodide Street. Wanted to rent j wanted to rent comfortable 4 or 5-roomed House centrum North. Apply House care truth of flee. Wanted to rent or buy Good House. 4 or 5-roomed �50 to �100 Deposit balance As rent. Apply urgent truth office. I lost Iosty car registration f2679. Rea Ward return Palace hotel. Iosty yellow cow. Branded c ire versed m. Should have calf at foot. Reward phone 306. T Osty Horn rimmed glasses Between Johnson s and Crappie. Reward on returning to Tattersall s House. T Ost a Horn rimmed glasses Between i Johnsons and Craigle. Reward Flat one. Tattersall s House. T Ost a Bunch keys on Chain on thursday Between Barrier motors North mine apply. Keys truth office. T Ost a Canary minding for Soldier at a War. Reward returning g77 Chappie Lane. Miscellaneous All state lottery tickets purchased before May 23 through Barrier Dally truth Are now Avail Able at this office. Please Call and col Lect. Results of All drawings up to and including 1060 to Hant. Assortment of Small 100 Cycle electric motors at org a 224 Argent Street. Fall taxi Mac phone 833. Excellent paint thinner for 1/9 Large bottle navels 1/6, 2/-, and 2/6 dozen garlic. 1/6 la. Matches. 1/h dozen at Syd. Gould a Corner Chloride and. Mica streets. Plower Garden a 542 a Hortense a. Street. Plenty fruit Trees All kinds or Apo vines. 1/ und 1/0 each. Two or three different fruit Trees. 2/0. Carnation plants All the year round. To you want to sell your House or furniture Sej Cockrum & Foulds. Auctioneers pencils id., 2d., 3d., and 4d coloured Indell Bles and Ordinary to doubles 0d. Bookmakers pencils and crayons. Barrier dully truth s com Mercial department mondays tuesdays thursdays fridays 8.30 to 5 wednes Days 8.30 to 1 saturdays 6.30 to 11.3c am. Ted Cross 8treet disposals 20,953, or. Reynolds Post office toy dog 21,068 mrs. Spencer -328 Thomas Lane cake. 20,558 mrs. Jef Frey 128 wills Street. Cetino machine repairs All makes of sewing machines cleaned and rep Rcd at a reasonable charge. Apply. Jas. Fraser. Singer sewing Mac Hine depot 237 Argent Street or phone 267. Of. Andrews pipe band Parade sunday morning. 10 o clock. Kilts. A Phe annual Jumble Sale a girl guides association june 9th ? at 10.30 . Union news and views this space la reserved specially Tor local Union news and views. Meeting reports Are welcomed. . Of a. Executive members of the . Of a. Are asked to be in attendance at the a band room at 10.30 on sunday morning. At this meeting it is particularly re Quested that delegates of the organise ton to the . And . Be present. North mine Check inspection after visiting the North mine yester Day the Check inspector or. A. R. Camp Bell reported a in company with or. C. Whitburn shift Boss i visited the following places a. 600 level sa2 party stripping a drive and standing Sill Timber. 700 Stopes Sal party open stepp.fa1 party mul Locking in Sal Stope Sec tion 9 temperature 74 and 73 in South end of Stope. ? Zinc Job committee the monthly meeting of All employees of the Zinc corporation will be held at the trades Hall this morning com mencing at 10.30 o clock. Various matters of interest will be dealt with. The meet ing will be under the auspices of the Job committee problems of Wool Industry instructive address by president West Darling association or. G. A. Crossing the president delivered to the pastoralist association of West Darling at its recent annual meeting in i broken Hill a particularly interesting and instructive pres Den i Tia address a a Survey of the pastoral Industry Gene rally. Or. Creasing lacked empty Fla buoy Ancy in a concise analysis in which he touched upon the Wool Industry and the threat of substitutes for Wool. Or. Crossing said before commencing this address i re Fer with deep regret to those of our members who have passed on during the year. The relatives of Uiese members have our deepest sympathy. I would particularly refer to the recent death of our past president or. W. I. Toulis. Members will All be exceedingly sorry to know of his death which has removed from us. Not Only a very valuable Mem Ber of the association but a very Valu Able member of the Community and Ono who served both faithfully and Well Tho interests of the association and Council for a number of years As Well As serving As president with distinction for Flo years. We sympathise very deeply with mrs. Foulis and relatives of or. Fouls. Aud we mourn the loss of such a Man. At this stage i would like also to refer to those of our fighting forces who have died defending us and our liberties. May we always remember them and be worthy of their great sacrifices. I now ask you to stand in silence As a tribute to their memory. At this 57th annual general meeting we find ourselves confronted with More or less the same problems with which we were confronted when we were Here last year to the extent that although great achievements have been won by the armed forces of our allies and our selves and anal Victory is assured the end of the War is not yet definitely in sight and the usual wartime restrictions have to be maintained. It also seems quite obvious that we must be prepared for a certain amount of necessary control for a period after the War ends and the successful change Over to a peace time footing will very largely a Pend on the Wisdom exercised in these controls in the postwar period. Post War marketing we Are still marking time As it were in regard to the details of the important question of Post War marketing of Wool As it would be impracticable to attempt to foreshadow a definite scheme in the absence of any knowledge of the conditions which will obtain immediately after the War. However it can be said that time has brought an even greater realisation of the imperative necessity of not Only still further investigating new uses for Wool and improved methods of manufacture. But of publicising these achievements in such a Way As to form an effective counter to the extensive activities of the manufacturers of synthetics. In making this observation. I do not wish to imply that these requirements have been neglected in the past a in fact. I think you will agree that we owe a great debt of gratitude to the australian Wool Beard for having established a foundation upon which the necessary wider activities May be built. Need for research to the need for continued research in to improved manufacture and appropriate publicity must be added the very real need for investigating thoroughly the possibility of reducing the Cost of manufacture and distribution from tie raw material to the finished product. Admittedly this i an involved problem but the Price of Many Woollen Artl to emphasises the need for a thorough investigation in this direction. Of course we As growers must constantly endeavour to maintain and even improve the Quality of the Wool. As. Our contribution towards raising the Standard and reducing the Cost to the consumer be cause. After All no matter what superlative qualities Wool May possess As a clothing Materi Avalue enters very materially into the. Question of volume usage and it is absolutely necessary to produce and sell it As cheaply As pos sible in the markets of the world. Wool and Prosperity it has generally been admitted that australian Prosperity has always been in separable from a buoyant Wool Market and for that reason i think that not Only Wool growers but also every austra Lian must be vitally concerned with the growth of the Staple or synthetic fibres and their Challenge to Wool. As an indication of what Wool Means to Australia the latest available information shows that during these War years a total of approximately 18 million Bales 17,902,591 of Wool have been App Alsea for which we have received �338 million j pounds from great Britain under the j Wool Purchase arrangement. In 1919 Staple fibres were not very Well developed and. In any Case. In those Days were in Competition with Cotton. Now. However synthetics have been developed to an amazing degree both in Quality and Quantity in fact speaking of Quantity in 1939 the world product tion of Staple Fibre had equalled in volume the Wool production on a clean scoured basis of All the great importing countries together. Admittedly 90 per cent of this total was consumed in the Axis countries who were striving to achieve self sufficiency in textile production As a War measure. Take however the United states of America where no artificial aids were employed to restrict the consumption of Wool and there in 1938. 53 million la. Of Staple Fibre was consumed and in increasing amounts each year to 1942, when approximately 50 million la. Were used. America s pre War Wool production by the Way was approximately 220 million la. On a clean scoured basis. Synthetic fibres with All the capital that is invested in this new Industry we have to Realise hat synthetic Fibre has come to stay and whether it will be in fierce Competition with Wool or whether it will eventually be a Means of helping Wool into countries with lower purchasing Power remains to be seen. There is a problem which deals with the grim necessities of the Peoples of the devastated countries and it is quite real ised that As it will be so closely linked up with any Relief scheme for these Var wrecked countries it must become a matter to be handled by the United nations As part of whatever plan is devised Fer the purpose. It sedans that just How and to what extent the Atlantic charter also Tho Mutual Aid agreement Between the United kingdom and uj3.a. And other agreements Between the allies can and will be implemented will depend Tho kind of world which will arise out of the War. Before leaving the subject of woo some reference should be made to the important question of the unsatisfactory Quality of the wartime Woollen Goodas a result of persistent representations which have been made by our fed eral organisations and practically every part of the Woollen Industry the Commonwealth government is now investigating the possibility of allowing the production of higher Grade cloths instead of the unsatisfactory single weft Stan Dard cloth. What a Golden Opportunity has been lost by the authorities in this War of demonstrating in a practical Way the super wearing qualities of the Good Woollen fabrics produced in Australia and also of making the Public Quality conscious by insisting on the Best possible Quality being produced however it is not too late to profit by the errors of the past. 8nd, As a first step. I would suggest that the Federal government be urged to see that All Woollen goods at least supplied to de mobilised service personnel should be of first Quality. Taxation problems the position of the Wool grower is perhaps More adversely affected than ethers by the incidence of taxation As unfortunately owing to shortage of Man Power and materials surface tank fences and other improvements have had to be neglected. This of course Means that a High Book profit is indicated which is really fictitious and growers Are being taxed on Money that should be held in Reserve for picking up maintenance and improvement work when it can be put in hand. We Are making Strong representations to the common wealth treasurer to allow the creation of a sinking fund by growers for this purpose. A suggestion which has been submitted is that such sinking fund could be placed in War Loans. Interest free until required for this work. Although the pay As you go principle of taxation has been advocated by our organisations it was never thought that a Price would be exacted for its introduction. That taxpayers will now be called upon to pay an additional Quarter of a year s tax and at a time when Taxa tion u of necessity at straining Point items a Well not Cricket especially As the trea Spirer is admitted that taxation has now reached its limit to bring any future liability into account at such a time seems unwarranted to say the least of it. Coming to the food production Side of the Industry. The response by the Gra Ziers to the Appeal for meat is Well known and in most states the Slaugh Termen and meat processors generally have done a Good Job. But in new South Wales unfortunately at the metropolitan abattoirs owing to Industrial troubles thousands of head of Stock Hugo been left in killed to deteriorate at a time when the country is appealing for n maximum Effort to help Britain and our allies. I meat production with meat As with the con position. I do not profess to knew the causes of All these stoppages and the consequent shortages but we do know that the Light ing forces on All fronts Are keeping on with their jobs under Ull sorts of stress and Strain and Adverse conditions. Hint being so what right have we who Are left behind Here in absolute safety u let up on ouf jobs whatever the raise wild dogs last year i referred to our comparative Freedom from the wild dog. But this year unfortunately the position is not so Happy owing to dogs coming through certain sections of the Border Fence which need footing. This of course is not any reflection on the men along the Fence or the Western lands commissioner who have All done their Best to remedy the fault which is really a Lack of sufficient suitable netting for replan and maintenance. The members of our Council know the havoc wild dogs Hunt caused in this Western country in past years and Realise the menace they Al ways will be so Long As they Are in num Bers in the open country of South Australia and South West Queensland so you can rest assured that this association will do everything in its Power to help in keeping this area free of the Dingo. ? As we in this country All know so mucin of the droughts i do not intend to give you my opinion of this present one. Except to express the Hope that we will have a Good general rain immediately As the forerunner of a series of Good years. Again i thank the members of the Council for their Loyal support through out another difficult year. Our thanks Are due to tile Secretary who deserves great credit for the steady and consistent Progress made by this association Over a Long period. I appreciate and thank him. Also his assistant for the help they have personally Given me during the year. On behalf of the association. 1 also thank the press and the local Broad casting station for the valuable help they have so readily Given. Applause. Aims and ideals of the Community Centre supplied by the broken Hill educational committee i flu. Describe one other fijian incident declared or. Fenner South australian director of education at the education conference last year. The Telegraph line was being repaired an the English supervisor of the gang found time heavy on his hands. The men of the gang All Island bom were in twos at the various Telegraph poles working in an adept fashion with the latest types of snips and pliers and such electrical appliances As modern Solenir has devised. The English supervisor with his pants round up to the Knees and armed with the curious four pronged fish Spear that the fijians had invented was out in the shallow water spearing fish in the native manner but relaxation such As this is of course the Beautiful Ideal the Ideal that rarely comes within the reach of the modern worker. Existing in a South sea Island atmosphere Only in a Lam our film most of us in these Days of Grace through gadgets live Only from Buster to Buxter in a mechanised world dominated by a whistle or a Siren. To that extent we live in a Bundy punching age in which methods of production Are increasing i enormously and methods of relaxation i Are being ignored in which the Artol working in most efficiently standardised and the Art of living is forgotten. One has not to be some h. G. Wells peering or squinting into a my pc future to Realise that our democratic of any other Way of lift will be a Toay Joyless skidding into another dark age unless a greater and a supreme emphasis is Laid on the individual. Every where the individual is being ignored emphasis Laid on the mass mass production in work that ignores creative de sires mass production in entertainment with canned films and canned music the mass Conception in overseas politics sacrificing the eggs to make the perfect Omelette these stress the mob instinct rather than the social instinct like Dif Ference is that Between a clutter of robots gaping at a mystical supremacy the state and a group of of operative individuals who Are the 6tate. Such co operative individualism deplored As it is in gotaut arianism is the basis of democracy. In War thine t flourishes under the banners of . And other such civilian bodies in peace Lime however it is forgotten Tarq. In the separate clubs societies and organisations which Are actually More or. Less definite cliques. To Combine these a tabs to secure a civic spirit which is the basis of True nationalism to create the b pc or buildings called the Community Centre where sectional interests 4re ignored these constitute the real struggle for democracy greater than a military Victory for such victories As or pfc Kenzie director of education of new South Wales quoted at the education conference last year Are in the end futile if we lose the great values which they Are intended to preserve. And a i tend i the tract local Vanluc of Niph. Eol operative relaxation is quite obvious. One family the basis of any nation. Is welded together by Mutual respect and by the common interests gained at the Community Centre the individual esteem to developed helps to counter balance the disintegration of family life that seems so prominent. The a ally As a whole and As individuals meets the other Basic social units and learns by practice the real meaning of the word neighbors As something distinct from the eave Arf a ouse Brick at pm person who lives next door. The individual child or adult male or female cramped and repressed by uncongenial work. During the Day mechanised by a progressive encroach ment in the economic political and Industrial Fields has a Chance to relax to express his personality fittingly and in suitable surroundings rather than. To i Brood himself Leto the Hinds of a Psi Cal artist a surgeon at a Jitter btl., i these suggestions Point to lab Niu idea of the Community Centre. In spirit the Community Centre is the inspiration of the citizens of the town meeting As a civic family to co operate together in their relaxations and mind building just As they occasionally co operate in their House build Long. Their purpose is to sup ply. As individuals their own enjoyment to mine the wealth that is in themselves just As efficiently As they mine the untold wealth from the ground under them. In common purposes and interests on a developed sense of responsibility and on a spirit of tolerance and understand Ings the Community Centre is based. It follows that the Community Centre is not dependent on bricks and mortar but on the spirit of the groups comprising the Centre the Success of the scheme depends not on elaborate architecture but on personal enthusiasm and social co operation and Intercourse. In other words the building is subordinated Tullu spirit of the people attending. However although a poet Iti has Romance has declared that Stone Walls 4o not a prison make they certainly 1 help considerably similarly with the opposite the Community Centre the building can help. Naturally everybody wishes to relax in an atmosphere As congenial As possible in an easily accessible comfortable efficiently equipped building set in an environment of Trees lawns gardens and so in. The Beauty spots of broken Hill Are a classic example of How surround Ings can be subdued by proper handling and sufficient enthusiasm. The Centre then is not necessarily just one building it May be a City urea such As a Block or a series of blocks according to the wishes of the people the taxpayers who pay the Piper. Already Many of the associations Are to Lind the Job is mainly to centralise these at a civic whole. Thus the real Community centrals a series of blocks set in Parkland and comprising All the civic clubs formed or to be formed that give the social amenities of a great Centre. Work shops for Hobby classes Are distinct from the main infants welfare Centre the municipal Library is in the group As is a Central kindergarten a gymnasium and a dance Hall Are in a convenient position perhaps near or including the auditorium or the film club or chair tie stamp club members and the International questions members fraternize in the can teen or at chess or billiards and so on through the great diversity of social interests developed by cities in search of n soul. Catering to All Ages and both sexes the Community Centre with its buildings or series of buildings does not to cure diseased minds or bodies but to help maintain that famous old basis no greek sanity the much quoted healthy mind 1n a healthy body in pursuing Thia to establish the Community Centre the broken Hill Edu cation committee does not think it a some philosopher s Stone to apply to All Ine Liis a social physical and so on of i the modern. World. The committee knows. ,.that the Community Centre will be of genuine assistance in the develop ment of a greater civic Pride and a real appreciation of democracy will be a genuine Boon to All broken Hill since it offers such scope for constructive recreation physical and mental and for the whole popular fun rather than one Section Only Trie education can Ferince of 1943, the publication of the report of speeches the formation of the broken Hill Edu cation committee the investigation into wohning Nursery schools and the plan Ning of the Community Centre All in june last twelve months these Are mile stones in local education and social out look indicating the overwhelming response that will Greet the Community Centre when it it an accomplished fact. Women s . I women s Branch will be meeting in their. Club room at 7 . Sharp on monday to Deal with the rescinding of an important Resolution. It is hoped that All members will attend. Broken Hill rail passengers and Parkes changeover messes Davidson und Horsington m . Have received the following communication from the minister for transport. I again put up the question to the commissioner of allowing broken Hill passengers to Book right through to Syd Ney but he. Unfortunately could not see his Way to approve of the request. I am sorry i have been unsuccessful in this respect but one Thini or. Harti imn pointed out to me was that local Pas sengers Are nut permitted to enter the cars reserved fur broken Hill to avengers at Parkes until passengers from the die Sel train an seated and the District superintendent Hua retried that no complaint has in a made by broken Hill passengers Eliut they have not been Uble to obtain a mat on the train from Parkes. It Appeal a to me that the Only Way to get Over tie trouble is for any persons unable to obtain seam at Park to immediately notify the or me and i will take the mutter up again with him ? Church notes contrib turn. Ghouls Street pulpit retrospect we ure to be Good neg Hajis in u neighbourly Man Ner. The ladles build conducted a sue cd Loc Lif t Van no in Ivey Hall last night. In Rastian will open tomorrow s services when they meet of 10.15. And or. R. Cederblad will conduct the Public service at in classes of Young people will meet at 2 .30 fur scriptural instruction. And at 7 . The preacher will be the Rev. R. Ii Taberlet. The West football club has accepted an invitation to attend this service Amoc the Eholt will sing the Anthem. Tie Looi is my Shep Herd Mac Arram. J regular meetings for the comrad a and rays will be held tuesday and Fri Day. And choir will practice thursday. Special items Are being prepared for tie 56th anniversary vices of the Church which will be conducted in sunday june 11 and thursday. June 15. Or c c. Jopling headers to a of Alma Public school will be the guest speaker on the i5th. The annual birthday party of the ladles Guild is to be held on a Date to be arranged in july. Central Street. A on sunday next at the conclusion of the morning service the Rev. R. Outh Berlet will administer the sacrament of the lord s supper at the Central Street methodist Church. The minister will visit the South mine boiler shop next tuesday und will Deal with the question submitted by one of the men can we keep the ten commandments 1-2-3 smash out goes flu with double d eucalyptus extract smash your flu cold attacks with this modern double d eucalyptus 3-Way treatment a 1. Take 3 drops of double d eucalyptus on sugar 2, rub Chest and Back with double d eucalyptus 3, inhale 15 drops of double d Eudaly pails in hot water. Lance corp ral Alan Frank o Neill and pet. Jim Laif Are Home in broken Hill on leave from up North. They Are both orderlies m the nursing department of the forces. $ ? ?. F. 5�9e Inream m 1. Cloth. Elf 1 _ to of Smth by jews 1 you know Liow precious woo lies it Ilise Days. That attractive sweater for instance Yon Niay nut lie Able to net anything so Nice till tile War s Over. Hut cheer up 1 1 you Wash it in Lux you la wild months a Fayhe to its life. So Lux is gentle. Contains \ no soda. Gives glorious suds that get woollens i clean Anil soft without the Hardt Niehing Liat Felts and t Ziatts them. Jul Orn next thes Hiti. Woolly a n Lii to nerd Are unit i Iii that s the Tiyi v to keep them season. ? after season. S \ i ?,26 Otto corps flu has begun d sports indicate a Early crop of cold sly sore throats and flu. The germs Are no respecter of persons you May be next. Don t take chances. At the slightest sign of a sneeze or sniffle if you feel any Minot aches or steins if you get a sore Throat use Aspro immediately. Aspuro will smash a cold or flu attack in 1 one night an of used according to directions a i garble it will i Lickly end a sore Throat. There is nothing quicker safer surer or better than Aspro. A Aspro is your Sape ? pr0tection.jipsp pm a Ciket ssfibish3is5ses5�a5�fihee5si3es555s5si

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