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THE BULLETIN They Seek 12,000 Hying Students Of! to Caribbean Small Town . . . Big Job for U. S. When most of us think of the great task involved in the carry ing out of our gigantic defense program, urn visualise belching fur naces ana grew tmpyarut irnerw uuiw men moot uh anw to turn out bit battle wagons. But we think of all these things an being in great cities like Chicago, Detroit, New York. However, vital jobs can be done outside of big industrial centers, as for example, llagerstown. Aid one of the smallest industrial centers in the United States, llagerstown boasts an airplane factory that is turning out three planes a day for Vncle Sam. It is the Fairchild Aircraft factory, makers of the training plane that bears the company name. This series of photos takes you through the plant. Debtor Set the Collector An Example in Conduct Doubles to noted for bis nerve, his shortness of temper, and his scarcity of cash. While seated at a lonely breakfast in his club on morning a debt collector stormed In, and presented his bill. "Sir," said Doublez, glaring al him, "is this all you know of tha usages of decent society? To pro sent a bill to a man breakfasting Do you know that you are an If you wish to talk go outside and send in your card." The collector went out and sent In his card. Doubles picked it ap and read it "Tell the gentleman," he said sweetly, "that I am not in." er? bus-nes- s, DON'T BE BOSSED BY YOUR LAXATIVE-ROJCCONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAV oWhM you fiwl gray, hsadachr, logy duo to doggod-u- p bowali, do as mtUfooo do-t- ako at bodtima. Nail morning thorough, cosubrtable rallcij haloing you start too day fun of normal mrgy and pop, Ming Bao a VC 'Ma-A-Mi- Fora-A-Mi- doMn'i nt your night! mt or ixstaHara with work tho ths chawing Mzt day. Ttj Fo-A-Mlirun landra, ycarmlC It taataa good, hfS handy and sconoaucal...a fiunily supply it, Lint. W. Wlttle Jr., assistant recruiting officer for the Philadelphia flying cadets, is shows (left) going over plana for the procurement of applicants with Lieut. Lawrence Semsns, of the U. 8. army air corps. Lieut. Bern ana la advance agent la a drive to get 2d Phlladelphlana to make up part of 12,001 flying cadets needed la the expansion program. President Roosevelt waves from the deck of crniser Tuscaloosa at Miami, Fla., as be starts oa his cralse to the Caribbean to Inspect new military bases. He said the voyage was strictly for business. ASSEMBLY ...In this department of the llagerstown plant of the Fzirchild company the motors are installed in plane fuselages. Then the assembled ship is towed to llagerstown airport where test pilots take the ships info the air. 76 Live to Apply To live is not to learn, but to apply. E. Legouve. Here From Britain 23rd Recipient of Donor's Blood Mrs. Leslie Watts cheers her mother, Mrs. Hazel Farmer, vIctlnTof twenty-thir- d recipient of the staphylococcus septicemia, who win be the D. C. Mrs. Farmer, whose blood of Mrs. Rose McMullln, of Washing-ton-, borne Is la Oklahoma City, was brought to Chicago to await the arrival of Mrs. McMuIHa, whose blood has saved the lives of 22 persona. FEEN-A-M1NT- Sir Federkk Philips, undersecretary of the British treasury, shown MAKING IT STICK . . . Craftsman J. E. Clopper is engaged in welding the hollow piping used to shape the framework of an air atone. The piping is of aluminum auoy ana eacn piece must ov " welded to US mate wim ine greatest cure to winiianu oa bis arrival la New York. Be came to America to straighten oat dollar exchange "technicalities." Ik The Smoke of Slower-Burnin-g Camels gives you Rail Prexy Select America's Champion Liar EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXTRA FLAVOR AN- D- A BORN RIBBER . . . Rib-- BRAIN DEPT. . . . Before you hint is the assembling of the can start to build an airplane framework of the wings which there are scores of things you is being done here, then the must know about aero dynamics. wings of the plane are covered with plywood. Here are two project engineers doping out stress, weights, etc LESS NICOTINE than the average of the 4 other of the largest-sellin- g . Liar of America win be proclaimed December SI by the Burlington Liar's club, of Burlington, Wis. Lower left: President O. C Bulett at bis desk reading some of the 17,000 lies entered la the contest. Several club members seem a bit dubious as be swears oa a stack of dictionaries that the tan tales are true. A medal Is awarded the champ prevaricator. William White, who succeeds John M. Davis as president of the Dela Western rail ware, Lackawana road oa January 1. win be the young est railroad president in the East He is 43 years old. AdAmAn Club to Scale Pikes Peak Again Scientist Number 1 cigarettes tested less thaa any of them according to independent sciendfio tests of the smoke itself imyiwsfhxwi nrnrT . . . Tt, mm msuwm ttlnnma made in Hater miAa w.vw tnlt nil arm g a in shown a brand-nehere are their ship. In first trip town for I If Kapi. C. W . s,unnor, v. 0. an mmj c" ine COCK pi Hen-. teat r-ttilol. num ..JiL L,'M -. II .'- n.VLrw HaHuiL w ..w-- , FmirrhiLF Lf; VfWMB0 O'Connor. on to it and the Capt. son has already flown passes ship m -j w mrm A To usher In the New Tear properly 17 members of the AdAmAn will club, which includes some of the nation's best mountain climbers, fireworks. to set off December 31, oa Colorado 14,109-fopeak scale the memThe club bas been making this trip for the past 17 years, adding a and "hike" last show Pictures the year's name). ber each trip (hence fireworks. ot I gOMatftSnRURRMBa4bgmw - .s .. OMonuMawaBMssswoH Dr. A. F. Blakeslce, president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, who Is pre siding at the annual meeting la Phil adelphia from Dee. 27 to Jan. ft. Fairchild plane, trim as m bird, makes its bow to the world.