|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1W2 1' f tm a ha 'ft James PsrSTca 7 ITS an open secret that important Administration have for some time 1 -- WAR TDIE been sounding out sentiment on the so seem difso tv Ings begin early and 0BS?at these mornings.Had ferent. I'm glad that I must be up creation of a new agency to handle K At our house were up and at work before the sun rises. It the shortage of man power which is kf ast not only gives me more daylight will be set up within a relatively short and J "SS' y"ht sends its first hours in which to do the extra things creeping upon us. sun At the present it,, WBC" ' K a ! a i. fha that war has brought about, the Red writing, odds are that such an aerencv road, j Cross training and the salvage work wil be set up within a relatively short et the trees across the tnncua when and the more careful marketing. But ume, acording to the best informed work and the children it makes me feel that I am a part of opinion in town. The situation behind the move for ;AB SSf me alone a great cause close to the bova at to school, leaving a "manpower agency" lines up someI housework. in this nd abroad and camp country the day's V beg.l. There are now 5 window for a few min to those in that vast army of industry what as folows: urts have irone, watch- - that stands behind the ones in uniform million workers engaged in war nro- duction. After the President's war (Jwm 'til they turn the coiner. tt t realize how strange, it is to c budget message, OPM labor officials 3 estimated decks that 10 million additional the and ne family . jt P!to J i j , tte WOMEN of this so early in the- morn- ed like 'Lies pearly quality of excitement meant rising. It's always TREMONTOrj ANDVICiniTY was going to something special journey or rj place happen. orAprepara-taken, perhaps, to be for important company "lie. or some unusual job to be spring housecleaning. fl that mornings in Tien 1 remember Utime are always special. There's 1 much to be done not only by the answer to in camp who must while stars still show in n call the hundreds paling sky, but by in the faeworkers i thousands of machines the are building ces that And by the rest of us war. this S all the extra things we tj) are doing weld to together the strength of m f L Ke-J- L I ar country. We should be extra early these We started so He to get ready for this war that we lys-tv- up one 0f us. ery jed to use every minute now. Years must be done in months. j So far the war has not gone our tide will turn ny. But we know the American and American planes ia work out of ips and American guns pour factories at the rate possible in a industrial nation and that then a headlines in the paper will be . We won't always be on the iensive, saving what we can at sat cost Some day we'll be able to k the offensive with the greatest joust cf war material the war has dif-re- nt ?er seen! Stylimd until this happens, we must ::t From sun uo to sun down 3d then on into the night. The execu-;- t at his desk, the workman at his But schlne. the pilot not least, Here ts everything you hart longed for is a rang: Modam style coal-woo- d and beauty; a sound value; a worldh wide reputation for quaWy; a rang designed lor quick top. cooking, eves baking, perfect roasting; g conven-knceand Theee are lust a Jew of the remarkable Majestic Styibted1 Range features that make cooking a Joy ls lead el a Job. See America's most modem, most admired zonae the New at his plane, and through-and-throug- the housewife in must build new ma Jae and learn new skills and meet lihortages calmly, confidently, i i sense of dedication to the one it, but t kitchen. We work-eavin- ;at cause. vo, I am glad these war time morn- - i! Styimed Majestic! SIKH KiyiCTORY BUY DEFENSE MjBONDS STAMPS (COW Farmers' Cafch Union i wife 7 workers would have, to be added by me end of the year, and that em ployment in the war industry should reach 20 million by the middle of 1943. At the same time the armed services are working towards an armv or 10 million men (highest estimate). All of which adds up to 30 million men in the war effort by the end of next year more than half of the present number of workers in the nation. The Department of Labor points out that there aren"t enough men for the 23,500,000 war lobs in in dustry and that, as a result, women will have to be called upon to fill in dustrial jobs. Meanwhile Senators from major agricultural areas report a critical shortage of farm labor. This i3 at tributed to the draft and high waees owners are also complaining. Poor in aeiense industries. War factory recruiting policy and social pressure are, they say, acting to drive key workers into military service. Against this background plans for the control of the nation's manpower are proposed. The functions of the new aerency are not yet defined. It is expected that it will serve to allocate manpower among farm, factory and the firine line, wherever most needed. There is some talk afoot about establishing a labor priorities system similar to the one used for appropriatine strategic raw materials. Chief contestants in the undercover fight to control the new agency are Paul V. McNutt, head of the Federal Security Agency and allied groups, secretary of Labor Perkins, who thinks that she should control all activities Involvinfi: labor, and Sidney Hillman, head of the Labor Division of the War Production "Board. It is thought in Administration circles that the new position will in many respects, carry power equal to that of Donald M. Nelson, national produc tion chief. MB. NELSON Building Material Hardware Glass and China Ware Castle Gate Coal UNITED STATES 1 Ume-eayln- v. nut r -- BOTHWELL i has instituted a system whereby he can check daily on each of 300 principal military items being pro duced. Each day Mr. Nelson and his first assistants will be handed a report sheet showing current progress as measured by production goals. The purpose of these sheets, as explained They will by Mr. Nelson, is two-folenable the War Production Board to discover instantly the location and cause of production delays "anywhere along the line." and they will "measure the performance of every one of us; alibis will be impossible." As one of the WPB men succinctly put it under this system, Mr. Nelson will be able to discover any bottlenecks in the production program within thirty minutes and give the person responsible "Help or HelU" PACa TXZF.T3 I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Witt and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Miller of Twin Falls visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.1 Rudy Scholer. Mrs. Witt and Mrs. Scholer are sisters. Mrs. Earl Firth and daughter, Margie, left last Wednesday for California where they will visit the soldier boys. Last Tuesday the Relief Society met at the home of Nora Kupfer for a social in honor of her mother, their oldest member, Sister Josephine Gibson who was 79 years old. Following the regular meeting the afternoon was spent knitting for the Red Cross. Refreshments were served by the hostess. A very enjoyable evening was had by the married folks of the ward Friday evening. A program, supper and an old time dance was the diversion of the evening. A large crowd attended and everyone had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Holland and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nicholis and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holland were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Anderson. Mrs. Sophia Anderson visited Jerry Anderson Thursday afternoon. Rasmus Anderson celebrated his 74th birthday last Wednesday. Mrs. Sophia Anderson and Tom Harrington were the dinner guests in the afternoon and in the evening members of the immediate family had a surprise party in his honor. As a special birthday present his son Clyde, who is in the army in California, made a' special phone call to wish him a happy birthday. Mrs. Bert Firth and daughter June attended the Childs reunion at Roy on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nicholis and daughter, Marion, of Price, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bert MX. ' even the fear of y V r Vv 5 cleaning year? spring Spray painting b often the quickest and most efficient way of doing the job, but the task of remov-ta- g paint from windows or making marks to pro-tethe glass often makes one decide to use the slower brush Instead. These disadvantages can read-Q-y be eliminated by using the following glycerine containing glass masking coating: ct Kaolin Glycerine 2.0 parts parts parts l 405 Water Butyle Alcohol 0.25 parte the above lngredlento thoroughly. Apply to 5,a9 with a brush and allow to dry. After paint-wit- h a spray gun and allowing the paint to dry, mask may be removed with a putty knife or 7 washing with water, leaving the glass free from ""y paint. This masking mixture can also be used to protect BtaJ and similar surfaces during spray or brush Painting. HI m mi : iTi li i ' .irM -- GET A VIEW OF SI'KLNGS CURTAINS st state that trust buster Thurman Ar- division nold, head of the anti-truof the Department of Justice, is agreeable to the suggestion that antitrust prosecutions be tabled until the war is over. , For Victory: Buy Bonds st ? Oil la U. S. the United States produced 1,351,847,000 barrels of crude oil, or about 68 per cent of the world's output of 21,148,105,000 bar. 1940, rels. For Victory: Buy Bonds Cosmetic Vending Machine Vending machines for dime pack ages of face powder, cologne and hand lotions will be on the market soon. spoofi og :uxpiA J Ice Cream A Chicago firm manufactures a cone which prevents the ice cream from slipping out. For Victory: Buy Bonds Vitamins for British During the first six months of 1941 the department of agriculture had purchased from American farmers more than 1,000,000 tons of concentrated food for Great Britain. The 100,000,-00- 0 purchase includes close to frozen and eggs, of dried pounds 70,000,000 pounds of cheese and Topounds of dried milk. which vitamin C, matoes, containing by prevents scurvy, are represented tomato nearly 200,000,000 pounds ofincludes also WPB officials are anxious to spread paste. The purchase 9,000,000 pounds of thiamin nearly the word to Industry that nothing chloride, the nerve vitashould interfere with the speediest min, which now is being incorporatnot ed in bread in the United Statea. possible production of war goods, Non-Ski- d JJ V anti-tru- st The question has arisen in connec tion with cooperative moves by in dustry such as the pooling of machinery, tools and other resources by a number of companies in order to speed up results. In these cases, the backing of a government order is a good defense of governmen shrhr aro good defense of activities which might otherwise be considered a violaws. lation of the anti-truIn addition, official spokesmen In ; Savings you'd never expect to find in these times! Come in! Browse around! You're sure to see many things you really want! ':V Vt 98c pr-- O Ruffled rrisculas! Trim TaUored Types 1 O Lovely Net rairs! Crisp new curtains for every window in your home! Friscillaa light and frothy as whipped cream! 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