The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on November 21, 1941 · Page 8
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The Herald, Bessemer, Michigan Friday, November 21, THIS WEEK IN Office of Government Report* Congress passed and sent to the White House legislation to repeal three key sections ot the Neutrality Act--Section 2, banning merchant ship entry into belligerent ports; Section 3, barring combat zone travel; -and Section 6, prohibiting arming of , ac TM ted ' n * he P , a f flc n ° les " tha » sh jo_ in the Atlantic solely by considera- Relations With China and Japan The President told his press conference the United States has':.decided to withdraw American Marines' from China. . He said the Marines had offered protection to comparatively few Americans. 'Navy Secretary Knox, speaking In Providence, R. I., said efforts of the United States to maintain friendly relations with Japan have been "patient to a point almost unmatched In the history of the international relations, "but now 'the hour of decision' is here. . ." He said this country is 'actuated in the Pacific no less than ships. Navy Secretary Knox issued a state ineut that removal of the Neutrality Act shipping restrictions makes it "possible to get the defense aid materials authorized by Congress for , ,. , ,, - - , use In the war against the Axis pow-i * er 30 ' *° prove that we have the ers transported to those positions neart , as wel1 TM th e sinews to keep where they can be usefully employed TMTM el TM s strons and , free - - ·" The . . it »i«. in«,,, DO +i, Q . t -ho Red Cross announced it is seeking a tions ol self-defense. President Asks Support of Red Cross President Roosevelt asked.for support of the Red Cross in its roll call for membership which closes Novem- It also insures. . that the 6n * e TM hlp Us greatest war efforts of the British Common- .m · wealth, of China and Russia, hold out W "? d ^" figure of M.«»,000. ^st victory " yea ^ s adult membership was 9,200," " " 006. Civilian Defense The Office of Civilian Defense issued specifications of dimensions, colors and materials for 16 insignia to victory. , . greatly increased promise of ultimate In an Armistice Day address President Roosevelt said the United States took up arms in 1917 "to make the world habitable for decent self-respecting men." He said the men who died then did so to "pervent the very thing that now. . . . has be worn by trained volunteer workers. OCD Assistant Director Davison estimated volunteer women Newsddities FROM PWRASOL ANTS TO PUMP HANPLES, FLIES. TODAY ON OUR AIR EXPRESS SYSTEM, WHICH LINKS OUR STATES, THE AMERICA A NP MOST OFTHE WORLD / . Of 1 CANHEO -, w .« 49 FAR ensrjs JAVA! FROM CALJPDRNIA . PICKED EACHMORH- INQ-,AREONSALB IN . WITHIN 20 HOUgSJ ' Tle of worth fighting for, "and if they are n . Ursmg scho °l Iunches freedom for us--to make the world a place where freedom can STOW into the ages." live and OCD also issued a 60-page pamphlet. on blackouts stating areas within I TAK£ WM?/ SOUTH AFRICAN v/ASPs WHICH INVARIABLY HAD DIED WHEN SHIPPEP By BOAT. NOW REACH AND DESTRoy THE PLAGUE OP CALIFORNIA CITRUS ?f?OWERS · - - REP SCALE " FROM COAST TO COAST, POOR DAYS TO BUENOS WEEK. to HOM? r BEGAN IN 19K. WHEN FLEW -A SOLE BOLT OF siuc FROM WVYTON . OHO.TOCOIJUK- BW.OHIO-- « -- LAST" YEAR AIR EXPRESS DNIStONN WAV EXPRESS AQ-ENC/ 1,078. IB9 AIR EXPRESS THEY INCLUDED APPLE I r ' EEP CORN, PORPOISE MILK. MUSICAL WEDDIN?CAKes c .FRESH E5J-S~AND THOUSANDS OF OTHER ODD REG-UUAR CARGOES'oi?..., FARTS, WEAR IMS- APPAREt uiua ·.-.......- -J Ann production ot materials for repairs Arbor Saturday after to elevators, and escalators and for mother, Mrs. Louu^Holdort. construction ot conveyor machinery. | Mr and Mr ^ * c *harles Gotta and Conservation of Material* ; daughters, Carolyn and Marilyn, ot Associate Price Administrator ElU- ^ CUy Mich ai -rived here Tues- ott announced "The Consumer's dav anu -' wil , spend Thanksgiving at Pledge for Total Defense," which tfc ; peter Gotja honle cbarles Got . calls for elimination of waste and u is wuh the Mcngian state Health careful buying. She said business departlnent aud is stationed at Bay and civic organixatioas, the Boy c -^ Scouts, - retail merchants, church groups, trade unions and women's! Mr. and organizations are cooperating to' and aiisses wake copies of the pledge available I^jretta Tucker visited Mrs. Thorn to America's 30,000,000 homes. The asini's daughter, Mrs. Robert Smith ; OPM and OP A asked stove manufac-' at Deerbrook, Wis.. over the week turers to eliminate steel "coverlids for' end. domestic cooking ranges by Decem-! * » « * ber 15. The agencies estimated the ! Mr - aud Mrs - John shaw I change would save 2,500 tons of steel I daughter Joyce are visiting in i in 1942. ·, city for a week. , tabor Disputes j charjes Balzarini'now of St. Paul * * » · Mrs. Bruno Thomasini Lorraine Tackla, and am! this j emergency ooard to report within 30 days on a dispute between the Railway Express Agency, Inc., teamsters and chauffeurs. Associate Director Hillman said "the record in Washington shows. ; . every difference between labor and management has a basis for solution' without a strike. Labor Secretary Perkins certified to the Defense Mediation Board the threatened strike of employees of the Waterfront Employers Association ot Washington. Seattle. The TJ. S, Conciliation £,- and stated the United' Mine"WoTkers" in ^L vo'rf r"fv ^f-R ^^ STJ5T2. TSKT rLS »""' °» -- - --"" States" by refraining from further strike action. President Roosevelt asked leaders of the steel industry and the United England Council defense Tense instead of less than one-fifth. "Ways and Means Committee.! said additional taxes are needed to[ absorb purchasing power and "pre-j vent a further sharp increase in the; cost of living." the levels of November 6 when the OPM curtailed their production. Priorities Priorities Director Nelson began u of P *» «»dTM«« as Mine Workers to make "a final effort tures at present are averaging $1,- j Administrator Henderson to msure continued production of 175,000,000 a month, but "to win this executive sales engineers with exten announced j non-defense - ' T » " V Ul.Wl.t.14, UUL ULf *Vlll LlUt* ' CAUUI coal for the manufacture of steel." struggle with reasonable speed and' sive ---- ---·*-- - i ufc- "oo*v- »T j»,j.i j t7t*-owjj«(jzt3 aiictiu tixltt The UMW acceded to the President's certainty" the country must spend request that work in the captive j approximately $3,500,000 000 a month mines continue pending further nego-'[ on defense. OPM Associate Director tiations. j HUlinan announced some plants are Lend Lease Aid j working 160 hours a week with four President Roosevelt authorized 1 40-hour shifts but "this operation can Lead-Lease Administrator Stettinius \ and should be expanded." Three "to take immediate action to transfer] special trains sponsored by the OPM, defense supplies" to Russia, The Contract Distrbution Division have' OPM Priorities Division issued a spe-j left Washington on a 40-day tour of cial allocation order designed to pro-: 79 cities. The trains are carrying g mote a steady flow ot from 110,000,- samples of needed defense parts to III 000 to $15,000,000 of American-made' show manufacturers and aid the I experience in machinery field are industries. He said : such a program--to apply first to the industrial, steel, copper aluminum, rubber and needed in t a e j chemicals--might be put into effect Mr. Henderson also announc-! within three months Mr Nelson ed temporary stabilization of prices] "froze" all stocks ot "magnesium and of a large variety o£ builders hard- i allocated such stocks to defense or- ware and of rugs and carpets. Hei ders only. He ordered production e-, not to raise prices above) uary, 1042, cut 40 percent below the for St. John, Newfoundland where he employed as a paymaster Service announced other disputes. settlement of 47 * g LOCAL NOTES it Bayne Cummins, of the Riverside Iron Mountain, visited his parents this week, «· » · · Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nova scone, Harding Avenue, Ironwood announce the birth of a baby girl Wednesday. * * « » Pvt. Malcolm Erickson returned to Camp Davis, N. C-, where he is stationed utter spending a week here with his mother, Mrs. Gust Eritkson. · · · » Miss Dagne Hellman of Port Huron, Mich., is spending two weeks Herman Berg, left Thursday night for Port Henry, N. Y., where he has been transferred by the Republic Steel Corporation. Mr. Berg was a foreman at the Ironton mine. A farewell parly was given him at his home Wednesday night. · * * * Miss Cora Mae Williams, daughter ot Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, has been transferred from the state highway department in Crystal Palls to the finance department of the state road office at Lansing. · * * · Miss Connie Gustafson, daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gustafsou. left Saturday night for Washington D. C. where she will be employed in the treasury depratment. · · « * Dorcas Chapter Elects Officers The Dorcas society of Sharon Lutheran church met last Thursday night at the home of Mrs. J. W. Johnson. Mrs. B. Marauder assisted the hostess. All officers re-elected were: Miss Astrid Hansen, president; Mrs, Johnson, vice president; Mrs. Carl Anderson, secretary, and Mrs. Albert Anderson, treasurer. and Mr. and Mrs. John Hellman. Install Officers Installation of officers of the Dorcas Chapter will be held at the Masonic hall at 7:30. Mrs. Viola Gram. of -East Lansing, grand conductress of the Grand Chapter of Order of of Michigan will be in charge of the meeting. machine tools to the Soviet Union. The Navy announced two more British warships have entered XI.S. ports for repairs. contract distributon program. Prices President rtoosc-ceit, m a letter to | Chairman Doughton ot the House 50 Cards For $1.00 PRINTED WITH YOUR NAME From The BESSEMER HERALD A N N O U N C I N G The Opening Saturday, November 22nd of THE NEW MODERN Pricco's Phillips "66" Station ···"H m- m A. East Lead St, on US-2 Peter Pricco, Proprietor Telephone 5591 Now You Can Buy Highest Test Gasoline Without Higher Price Drive In and Try Our Friendly Courteous Service Our New, Fast Equipment Bessemer. Michigan And a higher test gasoline means better performance and more mileage tor you this fall and winter. 'c dg e Don't take our word for it--read xvhat the impartial Petroleum Marketer Magazine said in a recent article: "The successful operation of a gasoline in an automobile engine depends more upon volatility than upon any other factor". Add to this the fact that scientific laboratory tests of separate samples of nineteen different PREMIUM gasolines showed that rhe volatility number of Philhps 66--that is, the high test rating--is so hieh that most motor fuels, including those costing two cents extra per eallon ?T°T n A°« C ° me Wlthin Bailing distance of it, and yet Phillips 66 sells at REGULAR prices. But don't even take our word for that! Buy a test tankful of higher test Phillips 66 gasoline and sse for yourself if you don't feel the differ^ce Get it at the Orange and Black shield. Those Famous "66" Products--Washing, Lubrication

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