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The Sun (Newspaper) - May 2, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioPkg the Sun t to piece foul a a him �?8135 11-18 Youthful Quilon Back two piece frock Fth amp i s easy to make. Pattern 8135 comes in sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 18. Send 25c in Coin your name address pattern number and size to Federated press pattern service 1150 ave. Of the americas. New York 19, n. A for the Spring Issue of fashion that includes a free gift pattern Send an additional 25c. Bob Spitz Miller Roy Coleman Corryville introducing Jimmie so huh at the Plano Southern Fried Chicken steaks a chops mixed brinks 6% Beer wine open till 2 to , 2 5 15 Vine it r e it by Consumers Union postwar electric toasters Are no better than prewar toasters even though they Cost a lot More Consumers Union reports after Laboratory tests of 20 models. Some automatic toasters kept on getting hotter the longer they were kept going Many toasters had unsatisfactory electrical connections some Power cords were too Short some toasters presented Burn hazards to hands or furniture others were hard to clean or difficult to adjust to make Toast As Light of dark As desired. Among automatic toasters toastmaster 1b12 at $18.75 was rated first by cd and Proctor pop up 1472 at $18.00 was next in estimated order of Merit. Among non automatic toasters cd found the be expand Dor 119t48 at $7.31 first and pm 21-501 at $6.45 second in order of Quality. Carbon paper if you Are an average typist a Standard weight medium finish paper your first Choice. If you tend to Pound the typewriter you will want Carbon paper with a hard coating. If you need to make Many copies at one time you will want a lightweight paper even though the same Sheet cannot be used As Many times As heavier Carbon paper. Consumers Union tested Carbon paper to see How Many separate copies could be made with a single Sheet and How Many Carbon copies could be made at a single typing. Among the Best buys were . Brand at $1.50, Carters guardian at $1.45, and old town seven sixty at $1.75. All prices Are for 100 Sheet. Synthetic cleansers for washing dishes in this Brave new postwar world there is one product that lives up to the claims made for it the synthetic Cleanser sold for washing dishes. The Best of these cleansers Are As Good As soap in soft water and far Superior to it in hard water. They do not form c curd on dishes and they do an excellent Job on Dis washing. Consumers Union found Little relationship Between Price and washing effectiveness. A dishpan ful of the Best product in solution costs Only 0.9c while a product which did Only a fair Job costs 10.2c for the same amount of solution. These products were rated excellent by cur Eft swell Vei and shawls a cd. Tomato soup in taste tests of 15 brands of Tomato soup no Brand of Tomato soup1 was liked by All the tasters on cuts panel nor disliked by All the soup which got the highest score was considered Good by half the jury and poor by 11% while the soup at the Bottom of the list was considered Good by Only a Quarter of the members but 43% considered it poor. Ready to serve Cream soups were More expensive in terms of Cost per serving and a creamier soup at lower Cost resulted from diluting the condensed Tomato soup with an equal amount of milk. Because of the differences in individual taste the ratings Are intended to indicate Only what is Worth trying. The three soups with highest average scores in cuts taste test were Monarch condensed Tomato soup at 13c, Ann Page condensed Tomato soup at 10c, and Gibbs condensed Tomato soup at 10c. Your Dollar is a regular monthly feature. The facts and opinions Are based on consumer reports the monthly Magazine of Consumers Union 17 Union sq., new York 3, n. Y., a non profit organization whose main object is to safeguard buyers by testing and reporting on consumer goods. Be invites All Cio to join protest plans the United electrical radio and machine workers has called the presidents secretaries and shop chairmen of All other Cio unions in Cincinnati to a meet ing to plan demonstrative action against the anti labor legislation i in Washington and Columbus be officials said this week. The meeting will take place at 7 30 p. Tuesday May 6, at be local 766 s office 506 beb Block. It is being called in accordance with the decision of the recent be District 7 Council meeting w hich unanimously passed a Resolution calling for a National work Holiday and work stoppages in protest against the anti labor drive. The District Council also called for joint Al Cio and railway brotherhood action in these matters. Women a misses juniors Coats suits dresses 25% �50%less than regular prices group of Coats in misses so women s. Sizes reduced 25% formerly 29.50 to 49�50 reduced to 22.13 to 37,13 All Wool fabrics. Spring and heavy weights group of suits in misses amp juniors reduced 25%, reduced to 26.25 to 29.63 formerly 35.00 to 39.50 100% All Wool fabrics Spring shades and styles group of suits in misses amp juniors Quot sizes reduced 50% formerly 25.00 to 39.50 reduced to 12.50 to 19 76 100% Wool fabrics. Checks and stripes Only group of dresses in women a misses juniors reduced to 7.00 formerly 10.95 to 14.95 Rayon crepes spun rayons., Wool jerseys group of dresses in misses amp juniors reduced to 5.00 formerly 12.95 to 19.95 Wool and Wool jerseys. Light and dark colors modern apparel Salon second flood 5 fi/m1 soon by ume Jap machine 6ung. Cohen Murphy Gallo warm waiting for _ Joe 15 groggy he thinks its Back on pm iwo j1ma with his Buo pig amp Ujj it s a grenade 1 the bomb it Pommel 3 a amp i i a Mali. Will go off in of Al seconds and Joe work in m Only iffy/71 half-conscious1 and Sally Sammy and Georgle racing to the Rescue got into a smash up. It looks As though the Union busting hate Breeding thanks Cohen you hey where am i its a bomb meanwhile Spike and Phil Are waiting outside gloating. A a my Datu teach it s going Offu Union Loving foreign &0 and sos now ii. We move in an mks set s so clean up iwo Jima Galesburg i a still mixed or but in be got to throw this hard re what a catch what a throw thanks Cohen you be saved our lives is Mussa the last second has to kid off weak As he is can Joe hurl the bomb out in time 7

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