The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on October 31, 1941 · Page 2
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The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan · Page 2

Bessemer, Michigan
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Friday, October 31, 1941
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Page Two The Herald, Bessemer, Michigan Friday, October 31, 1941 P O P E Y E , T H E R E C R U I T I N G O F F I C E R , M E E T S T H E A D M I R A L ! 11 '"· -----i-^ w m * i · ·i^ i f · · *· m*+~ w^ *»· VVW ^ TUT SAURS HAMC PIEMV OP FUN-- Wrf 10*5 OF TIME TO UfilT Ttf LAUDS OFROMAMSKAtf - IU. BET SA WISHES SA LOOK WHO'S HERE.' 1THOUHT SOU UJER£ RETIRED, ADMIRAL oooO-OH MY ., 60RSH! BUT ICAMT KEEP ««*/ FROM THE MAW" Your (My in the Navy is gravy No rent to pay. No food to boy. No doctor's or dentijj'l billl. Ev«n movies and other entertqin- menl are tree. And when you first enlist, the Navy g'Vet you $118.00 worth of uniforms! And if you want to learn a hade, the Navy is the place to do it. There are forty-five odd trades you can learn... training that's worth hundreds of dollars the first year. The Navy oRers the chance of a lifetime to young men. If you are 17 or over, get a free copy of the illustrated booklet "LIFE IN THE U. S. NAVY," from the Navy Editbr of this newspaper Simply write or coll. SERVE VOUR COUMTR4 ! S*^P9f BUILD 40UR. FUTURE! GET IM THE KJAVW MOW! The School Reporter Bessemer Township Schools and are easy to turn off and oa. --Natalie Matisoa Junior High News { Puritcn--The biology class has two trained chipmunks and one black rah-; bit which has been added to its col-j lection of animals. The ant colony! is progressing rapidly, and the insect! boxes have been finished. At the! end of the year the girls will gets · hem back. i Some time ago the class wrote to| the Humane Society and received! booklets and literature on the treat-meat ot animals. The boys and girls in civics are! studying inns, bus stations, depots, j and other buildings for a project! colled "social institutions". The uinth grade home economics' class is doing to start the study ofj planning breakfasts. The seventh grade held a debate. Tuesday on the proposition, "Re-j solved: "That the United States give! aid to ttussia". There was no deci-j siou In this preliminary debate. Ada Dalle Ave has brought her pet rabbit "Smoky" to biology class and lias interested the students YCTV · much. " | --Norma Morestead i · i To Observe American Education I Week i Ramsay--A program is being planned by the principals and teachers of the four township schools to observe American Education Week. November 9-15. American Education Week is a national affair and is sponsored by the National Education ( Association, Congress of Parents aiulj Teachers, the United States Office of I Education and the American Legion, j "Education for a strong America," · is the theme selected for the week, j Appropriate themes have been se- · lected lor each of the days duriag j that week: j Nov. 9--Seeking World Order j Nov 10--Building Physical Fitness, Nov. 11--Strengthening National' Morale Nov. 12--Improving Economic Well-being Nov. 13--Safeguarding School Sup port Nov. 14--Learning the Ways of Democracy Nov. 15--Enriching Family Life. --Ruth Luudgreu · New Improvements Made Harding--There have been several now improvements made at the Harding School during the past few wceks. The Hush toilets are now completed and there are also new fountains. There fountains are a sreut improvement over the old, as ilit 1 others never worked very well. They also help prevent the touching of the water spout with one's lips Margery Skwor Inter_ . _ views Assistant Coach oGwincj Day TM^ ^ I Anvil--One day I was sewing and «-*OmeiMC Bordini I lost my needle. I asked another boy to help me took for It. Then I fomul It and began sewing again Margery Skwor of the Washington Soon I was an Uirongh with one nap^ Jnnior High School interviewed Jon and began working another nap-i Assistal!t Coach Domenic Bordini of kin. Then I lost my needle again 1 the Bessem er High team and shop I found ft and Irom then on i| Teacher at ^e Washington school. ~ } T * le following interview appeared in j last Thursday's Green Gold Re- jriew of the Washington School: has | **Mr. Bordini very kindly consent- led to let me interview him. kin. Bat never lost my needle again. -- Joseph Pona, Grade 4 The total wealth ot the U.S. been Hued at mMSUMHUMO. "Mr. Bordini comes to us from Hurley. Wisconsin. He attended Stout Institute, Menominie, Wis. : from which institution he received his B. S. degree. He attended Ironwood Junior College for two years before he went to Stout. During the summer he went to summer school at Stout Institute. Before Mr. Bordini came to- work here, he worked, three years at an N. Y. A. Experience Center in Wisconsin. He did I metal work there. "Mr Bordini's hobby is craft work. His favorite magazines are "Life" "Popular Science", and "Popular Mechanics". He told me that he breaks down and reads a novel once in a while. "His favorite sports are football; softbalS, and baseball. Incidentally, he is the assistant coaeh of the high school football squad. One of his big wishes was that Bessemer would beat Hurley. (We all hoped that wish would come true.) And it did! Mr. Bordini said he likes working here (and we're e'ad to have him), and that it is pleasure to work iu such a well-equipped shop. "He lias seen most parts of Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. He is not married and not afraid of the draft." Public Sentiment Needed To Save The Porcupines "The Upper Peninsula should get solidly behind the Save-The-Porcupine Mountains movement which is doing tts best at Ironwood and Ontonagon to preserve the last bis stand of hardwoods in the United States," says J. H. Price ot the U. S. Forest Service, Milwaukee. "About one and one-half million acres of hardwoods remain, and they are a magnificent spectacle," continued Mr. Price. "They will be slashed clean in a few years more at the present rate of cutting. They should be protected, preserved, and selectively losged, thus providing a perpetual crop. The public has a direct interest and proprietorship in ; these hardwood lands aud it should j awaken to the danger of utter despoliation which confronts them." In What Way? "Did the minister say anything comforting?" asked the neighbor of the widow recently bereaved, "Indeed, he didn.t" was the quick: reply. "He said my husband was better off." When a firefly lights up the increase in temperature during the luminescent action is less than one- thousandth of a degree. The light is almost 100 per cent visually efficient. Buy six outer bulbs at regular prices and getthishig new lOO-watt FREE. At your nearest bulb dealer --limited time only. TAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR LOCAL MAZDA BULB DEALER This eoapu entities tne uuter- customer ot me '-Tr District fewer Coa- ftoty to we IM Watt Muda FKKB with each i-- r ·-- »». totaMoc415 watte ·T Drrraau 31. mi "Imagine me, steering a ~ Destroyer!" "And I've had two pay raises is only eight months! I'll say you cant beat Uncle Sam's Navy!" F oooldn't ask for a greater tfarffl than J. that which a feDow gets when he comes back home wearing a trim Navy unif «m. The folks crowd around. Tliey aH want to know where you've been, what you've done. And man, do you have stories to tell! CREATES? LIFE IN THE WORLD You're proud. And you should be. For you've been leading the greatest life in the world. Anditfsathrintotenaboutit,too.Athrfllto see the admiration in the eyes of the One and Qniy Girl as yon tell about the first time you steered a Destroyer. Or handled a P.T. Boat at more than 45 miles per hour. Or stepped out in front of your shipmates to receive your first promotion. LOOK WHAT THE U. S. NAVY AND NAVAL RESERVE OFFER YOU FREE TRAINING worth $1500. Nearly 60 trades and vocations to choose from. GOOD PAY with regular increases. You may earn up to $126 a month. EACH YEAR you, are entitled to a generous vacation period, with full pay. GOOD FOOD and plenty of it. FREE CLOTHING. A complete outfit of clothing when you first enlist. (Over $100 worth.) FREE MEDICAL CARE, including regular dental attention. FINEST SPORTS and entertainment any man could ask for. TRAVEL, ADVENTURE, THRILLS--You can't beat the Navy for them! BECOME AN OFFICER. Many can work for an appointment to the Naval Academy or the Annapolis of the Air at Pensacola. FUTURE SUCCESS. It's easy for Navy trained men to get good-paying jobs in civil life. LIBERAL RETIREMENT-PAY for regular Navy Where else in the world are there siu opportunities for thrill, for fun, for a futui- as in Uncle Sam's Navy ? And with that promotion came an increase in pay-And there were more to come. Second Class. First Class. And then Chief Petty Officer. Many might even go to Annapolis. Or to Pensacola with the flying cadets! Exciting? You bet, and fun too. Something doing all the time. Real he-man's stuff. Boxing. BasebalL FootbalL Swimming. AND MOVIES... previews, too! FREE TRAINING WORTH $1500 And all this time you're taking care of your future'. The Navy said, "Pick a. trade--we can make you an expert." And they gave you nearly 50 skilled trades and vocations to choose from: Radio expert, machinist, welder, aviation mechanic, dental technician, electrician--to mention a few. Yes, training that would be worth $1500 to you in one year's time. Training that will assure you of a well-paid job in civil life. Yet you get paid while learning--get your keep and a complete outfit of clothing free. Get this FREE Mail coupon for your free copy of "Life in the U. S. Navy." 24 pages, fully illustrated. It answers all your questions. Tells what your paywillbe. ..promotions and vacations you can expect... how you can retire on a life income. Describes how you can learn any one of 45 big- pay trades from aviation to -radio ... how many may become officers. 27 scenes from Navy life showing sports and games you may play, ships you may be assigned to, exciting ports you may visit. Tells enlistment requirements and where to apply. If you are between 17 and 31 (no high school required), get this frees book now. No obligation. Ask the Navy editor of this paper for a copy. Or telephone him. Or mail him the coupon. You can paste it on a penny postal card. WEAR THIS BADGE OF HONOR! If after reading the free booklet you deride to apply for a place in the Navy, you will receive this smart lapel- emblem. It is badge of honor you will be proud to wear. ENROLL IN THE NAVAL RESERVE ... BE RELEASED AFTER THE EMERGENCY It* Secretary of the Nayy has announced :-~All men aoireanHrfing in the Naval Reserve ·w3i be Ktaned on active Navy doty throagn- «fc«y ·Jibe wieaaeato inactive daty as aoon afcr the enMtgMcy aa tiwu aerncw cut be spared, regardless of the length, of time remaining in their enlistment." - Remember--the regular Navy and Naval Reeerve offer you the same travel, training, promotions, pay increases. Physical require- meoU in the Naval Reserve are more liberal. SERVE YOUR COUNTRY * BUILD YOUR FUTURE Bs Tear out and take or send this coupon to tile Navy Editor of this newspaper Without obligation on my part whatsoever, please send me free booklet, "life in the Navy," givingfull details about the opportunities for men in the Navy or Naval Reserve. 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