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This is a mechanized age, and the army is utilizing its share of machine-transportatio- n and power, but motor vehicles never will knock out the tough army mule. That's the consensus of military strategists at Fort Bliss, America's largest cavalry post. Historians at the fort who have done research work on the subject, say the mule started with the army. They base their prediction that the mule never will be entirely supplant-ed by motor transportation and power on the proved fact that the animal is at its best in rough going. They point out that big trucks can't get through heavy mud, climb trackless mountains, or go through jungles. The mule can. Capt. Richard E. Arnold, who is serving his twenty-firs- t year in the army and who now commands the Fort Bliss mule pack train the only one in America insists that the mule represents much of the color and romance of the army. Captain Arnold's mule pack train Troop E includes 303 animals, 73 men and two officers, divided into four platoons. He and other veterans like to tell of the feats of sturdy mules in the World war and of the times they carried ammunition through to the front in France when trucks were mired in the mud or in shell holes. Some Things to Think About The dead on the battle fields, who were voicelessin life, are today preaching eloquent sermons, speaking loud from the dust. They are going down as martyrs, and as they lie there, the mangled victims of savagery, with their faces upturned to the stars, they are speaking as living men have never spoken, arid saying something like this: "In life we were nobodies, mere parts in a machine used for butchery of our fellows. We' had nothing to say about all this. We were flung into the flames of this hell by a few insane leaders. And now let our dust appeal to God to bring about a day when those who sur-vive may go about in peace to make this world a thing of beauty, where men, women and children may walk, and play arid work and laugh and siDg with a rapture that could not even be imagined by the present wave of super insanity. Anrv : .... v,i As with ridividuals so il is with nations. They go to war over some little or imaginary thing and come out bank-rupt, their land Strewh with the dead, their cities' swarming with the cripples, and their country filled with sorrow and mourning. Wars for conqiiest and power are among the of all human actions. The utter senselessness of war may well be illustrated by the' recent killing of a citizen hear Marysvale. Over a water ditch dispute, which might easily have been settled amicably, one man kills another, and in killing him, also throws away his own life. Now neither of the participants has any water ditch or any water right and two families will be bowed with sorrow the rest of their lives. What a pit that men will let such little things wreck their lives. Congressman Dies, of the famous Dies committee, gives Hitler 30 days to win over Russia, and says: "If Hitler wins, he will control far more wealth and re-sources than all the rest of the world put together. America will be in greater danger than in any other period of her history In my judgement Hitler will be in control of Russia within 30 days. America is still aslep." Aged People, who have blazed the trails and fought the hard battle of life, and all these who, through no fault of their own, are being cared for on the relief rolls, should thank God that they live in Utah, the state whose officials and admini-strators have hearts and minds big enough to work for and beat in sympathy with human needs and are not afraid to vote taxes for humanitarian purposes. The state, and the bebeficent father Uncle Sam, are doing exceedingly well. Just look west to the state of California whose hard hearted legis-lators have refused to vote further funds for relief and have turned out of bfflce 451 welfare officials and thrown off the relief rolls more than 12,000 families, which represents nearly 60,000 men, women and children against whom the doors of relief are definitely closed. There were tears in the eyes of Borne of the most humanitarian workers when they1 closed their desks for the last time. Remember,' the 50,000 souls are, most of them urgent cases and now they have no way to eat or pay rent, etc. Thank God that you live in Utah. Many centuries ago a stately, dignified and radiant being stood in the brilliant sunlight on a Judean hillside and spoke a prayer which said: "Thy kingdom come, thy will be done." Nearly two thousand years have rolled away but the prayer has never been auswered. By many, then and now, Jesus was taken for a "fool." By others he was taken for a "strange fel- low" who was decidedly on the "lunatic fringe" of the status quo, and soon put out of the way. But his message is still knocking at the door ofthe hearts of men, and soon the pray- er will be answered to the everlasting joy and glory of mankind. The United States of America is not aware that its very ex.stence as a nation depends upon the defeat of the totalita-rian states. The enemies are both within and without. 'Jhe dictators would like nothing better than war on our front for here they can block the possibilies of success more effectively than on the battlefield. our enemies more Nothing could please than a general tie-u- p of transportation along w ith strikes tn the vital industries. We are witnessing the passing of the present world order and men are as powerless to stay this process of t0 6tP raVag63 0f huiricaae "iuak. and St One of the ever brightly burning torches of Americanism hat has pointed the way for us personally over all the wind pg trails of more than three score years is a Iir.tle spot and httle incident that happened on the Eastern a seabord of the U L t I Tr gd fath"' UPn his arrivaI as Poor immi: n this halowed fand Th iT 0rt,hePn'Vilege0f CminS t ProPnJed ever will be a shining star to our ship of hfe, and we say with Daniel Webster, "Thank God that I too am an American!" 1S my knd' aDd 1 'Ve iL Not oe inch of it will I anyone, though he come blustering with Planes and sh.ps and hosts of armed mighty men and try to take m x n Prisoner Admits Hoax In Slaying 'Confession' LOUISA, KY. District Attorney M. J. Eagen of Scranton, Pa., said that Dwight O. Thorne admitted he had concocted a "confession" of be-ing responsible for the dynamite slaying of William and Lois Reb-hor- n in Scranton last November. "I was practically convinced that It was a hoax before I came to Louisa," said Eagen, whp ques-tioned Thorne in the presence of local and Pennsylvania police. "However, he gave us some side-lights I would like to look into be-fore he is turned loose," Eagen added. "It was a made-u- p story," County Attorney M. J. See quoted Thome as saying. Asked why he did it, See said Thorne replied: "Even if I have to spend the rest of my life in the penitentiary, I can't tell you why." I Museum Designed in Style Of Old Mound Builders MOUND VILLE, ALA. A mu-seum designed after the architec-ture of the ancient and little known Mound Builders of Alabama has been opened to house situ burials and artifacts found at the mound village here. A burial, left exactly as it was uncovered, is under each wing of the building and the center section contains cases holding hundreds of relics. NEWS FACTS george Los Zr r f Y' JBt ! a! JR. HERMANN H STRACHMANN LEFT : "dt A PENCILED NOTATION ON THE UNDER- - ..vv.iAfe- - S,DE OP THE SECOND STEP FROM THE t&Z T0P 0,8 A SEVEN-FOO- T '"$4: v'' bequeatinq a U5.000 bstatI to 5 MRS. GOTTS AND GOT IT I J MivVHPPERSNiAPPER P--- A. FARMER OP M'Y I CHITA, KANSAS L tCpf HAD A BELL MOP f P'SM'M, AV HE OFFERED TO t xSr?w) Wit f CARRY HIS SUT- - Xf. HE THOUGHT IT? WAS BEING- - ' LITTLE FOMENTS IN BIG LIVES Z " Kessier fc - ' il,.