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'gight ; :..Z;.~ 7.':;. •"".;.....'. : •.....: ,.y'..... ; ...-..:• :v.;v,..; - y'.-.......;. : . NATTGATTJCTK'DAILY NEWB;; ? SATURI>AY;OCTOBER n; mi God pur Heavenly Father ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSOR B^ Alfred J, Scrlj>tur<>-- Gen. 1:20-28; Ex. 34:4-7; Ps. 103:1-13; Isa. 40:27-31; Matt, 6:24-34; 22:35-38 ; John; 4:24;; 14;20-23^ Acte;i7;24-30;I John 1:1-4. EQUAL TO SILK 60 God created man In His own Image, ; ifi-tht .Image'of .'God created lie him; .•male and female created He them. Moses hewed two tables of stone and rose up- early In the morning-, taking the tablets unto Mt, Sinai, as God. told him. Consider the lilies of the, field, how. they-' grow; they toil not, neither do they'spin,, but Solomon was not arrayed like them.. The greatest,, law,, Jesus told- the Phari- 'see,.is; to-love'G.od; the second, love thy •neighbor. ; , ,(G°kten Text—Malt. 6;9) God Our Heavenly Father HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON '.>' My NEWMAN CAMPBELL MVlTJhe ;International Uniform ' Ixjaaon on tho above topic tor » O(J,t< Jn Gen. 0,126-28; 'Ex. 34,'4-7; jjr>, 103:1-13;. Ifla.. 40:27-31; Matt. '«:24-34;,,-22:30-38; J.qhn 4;24; '$4:20-23;. Acts 17:24-30; I John 'Id- f 4, trie GqUSen Text being Matt. '$_:»,.:. "Our ' Father who art in ,bo Thy name.") 'HJ». today's 'l&tooni We revealed'to us;'In the Ijv.the very first of CoiYosls, where It is that "Cocl treated man In own. -image. In; the Image of creatod" -He' him; male and 'created He them." 1 ,/jThen.it acids,,"And.God blessed • tH«m, u arid made,'them rulers over ,:.*ir.U)<i e.arth'and .the living crea- ^oh^.the earth,'an,d all the and frUits of the earth, ' , we,,.are taken to Moaes, led the. '.children of Israel out 6£.-ihe land of Egypt and to the bcHrdor'of the "land fiowin'g with niflk arid honey/' which he -was ;HJVdr- to; .•see., The children of raol, you will remember, were aJ\Vay»''i^rai<?fiU "to 1 'the God ' Not as a judge, but aa a father that Is sorry to soe his children suffer, even if It be through their own misconduct, and who pities and forgives them when they call upon Him. Again In the 40th chapter of Isaiah It is written: "Hast thou not known ? hast thou not heard, that the everlasting .God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of t'he earth, falnteth.-not,: neither Is wear>?'. , .'He giveth power .to them that faint: and to them /that have no might He Incroaseth .strength. . . . They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint." Many Call on God .How many oppressed people in o'ur world today, are calling upon God their Father, arid being renewed In the midst of their desolation?,, Now bur lesson takes us to, the Now Testament, to the words of • Jesus, .who .further assures us of our Father's love and watchful- Ticsg over .us. .Why do we fret about what ' we;—should" wear?. P^lfd^e>*;/or£h.viTh^srcw 'I ^T!? 0 ^^ 1 - 1 ^ ° f ^ fi ^' ift i j<- • ' • i >i\ i« j i>' * • •• • * M ^ V C1 *••' t jj >| t r> 11 c/ T-Ti AJ rIicjnfv\IrkCi ' • "t^/\ii/ t ii r\.*» wfaLvvj'ikticl'''frlsfhiGrict} • in v thiSh-' ' • IC H 3 .-rns -aiscipies,. now. tney FT VW4 -TV-IT .WHW • ,- A 4 4V, IJbViIIVl* til ItllUtl I ,J.. —.... » t. »...' i it „ ' i.* 111 ' -,-• .^iL'_/T>,i-r.^ .i....i .1 '_.:!* i . . •.. .'.-_•'•_.'," . : :l glOW,; .^-tncy loll ..not. noirnAr -rln .Wig >>y4nc)erin^ v and > '.Hom : eUmes; fwA, «\ |^?;i^iAit.hvin;gpd.'Thon they .*&% wfJVMMfcfff and worshiped them, ' v -y b mJI>4^ jh^ 1 til** »t • * ^t u',/* ', A «. «^.-/. •-. j -1 i Vi •* t iL ^ .-_ I C y t 41 O •ap^gr-y,; with'them on .one ft a d' been -'on >yith ; .God, he of ;,iJt6n'(J'' on tcsjvcohri- :_ordered So'.'h.ci made J and early took th«m up.'into toil .not, neither :do spin: And yet'-1 say'-unto you, Tha't eyen Solomon In' all* his glory was not.arrayed like one of..those..' ; , "Wherefore, if, God'so clothe, the. grass of the field, whic'h to day is, and. to 'jmbrro'vv is'cast; into the'' oven 1 , /shall *He 'not much', more clothe ybU.O ye or little "faith.".. ' The, same\is true of-.what' we shall, eat,and what' drink. >'Your• Heavenly,Father knoweth.ye.have •^$n#T«,^ »-Jein^Ki I ?„*«,* S^^ "M& JTIfl * tfl* .'i I wirrl i* f\(*tlr>finf\r>r] In n I.QWI^O wo. >j<,ci\ j^c .11.131, mi*,' KIHK* . *" V.™"^*^.- ..".T^..'•'••" ' ''~-~ ~* /1_ii i V-ri.. :_f-.v4 .. >vJth |ilm there, h'e name 'of:tho r'prbclairnd -. himself ^merciful • and gracious, Jong '' ^ and abundant in V^TW 1 *" .Xor^ M wjio -, talked with >lo*e« on tho Mounts is extolled in JP*Hlre»v;lp3, 'wWoh." 1 -!* -part' of ( our (l*»»ori/It 4s 'supposed it; waa writ- 1 ^ny>y.'X>»y^.^;-i'". "-•.- -••--. •',; .V'B^fji ^the'Lora, O 'my ijoul I 'a v^t^ir-W-'Vlth'Jn-'.-mor b'lew. H ' '4'fl ;O. niy,aoul; and benefits," ' : >j«;i'hia« - v . received ( 'from' God, '-'-'lri.^^^ : 13,t>i . ycrso with'. ' .plVicth'. his ;<Jhil- d -pttleth ' ' Jovcly 'thought of .'pod ' ''-' dom of.Goa and His righ'teous-- 1 nosg,"- That is the- mos.t important .thing'in life, not 'money-, or things -that it can buy,.'but "the Kingdom of God 'and. His'right- eousness." And finally, which- is. all the.space we have, let us see. what Jesus considered-the greatest commandments of all.for his .followers. When a Pharisee, seeking to trap Him, , asked Him,; "Master, which, is the great .com-' manclment; in. .the law?" He.'answered : ".I'hbu shalt love the Lord thy Ctod >vlth all they heart, and with all thy sbul, and with all thy mind.;,This. is .the first and- gre'a't; commandment, , . . .'YAncl the 'second is like unto it, Thou v shalt love thy nei'ghbbr -as .thyself,": ; ; ;.....! .-; ••;•,-. ;• It. soiunda simple, doesn't it, to hav.e, faith'in. our Father, God,- t'o loye^Hlm, ,wl,.th all; our .hearts, and to, Ipvc. our neighbo^w as we , do ourselves ? " . •i.- ....•-..•• " Vj ' ;• : SyndlCftto, Inc. "Our Father who art in. heaven, Hallowed be Thy Wmc." ' '•..''•' .-'••• ( . ••_.' — Matt. 6 :JW. .•' ! '^^")'|- - ; • •''. G.'OO.P. Church.. IBhnquct . .at.. 3otlmny UJthornn. Ghui'dli,, ' Belnibht and Carbon sl.rocts " . _ : . Congregational Kev, Edward R. Hance and ..sopranos P. M. Horn ' 7 :00\Pr M, ' Altos oiii/lrQ.oliblr a(, 7:30 ,U:00- ,' M. -.St. m union a I/. D.A. M Rally Day will be observed,by f.lic Gh u i'Ch -n rKl : ' tlio "Gh u'i'oh -Sen obi. : Th Q junloi', Intermedial,o nnij senior do-' IJartniuuLs , of (.ho 'olturbli soho'pl. (agcs^ S). yortrs and oldoi').. will.mou\ il. ; 'i|-:?ii/ A. ...M. • Tho Jj.Ojfviiuipi'.s an'd )r i ri7iary v '-(ptfos.. uuder. 0 yoai;s) ..will, >pl.' -at Ml..o'clock. ; - ,." .. : .'.' Morning worship .will lie held at .11 'OUilook. The mlnlsLor, 'licy.. li]d- warV]''.H.'--Ilanc6 H will.' proaoli - : on "Oli'rl.sUnn .5alesman,ship,>': .- • ; . MUsi • .junior. ;ch'oirs— . intr.bdiio"toiv57 :.vpl,unlary,' "Ajulanl.o," l«M' ; nhiJk';^: : .';.,iiiVtj(ipmy-.. -"Psalm "•,, j-oO," tfratiok j^-jtinTp'r , 'ohoTr 1 ,*' V( fJoi'd,- We '"Thy Temple," Pie'ce .llei'biquo;" Mav!b;'.Gaboi''qd-,n 5?yl(us ; ; ' oltorTdry', ' 'l-lie. Youhg' ,PeopIe;s'-".- irello.wsh(p.. \v i 11 inqc I, - a I 7 \\. 'M.,.: A'(1, yp wig. poo-,, pie of liigh -sqhbplAagGT.'nndi over are •qoj'djall-y iiiviled"lo•.•attend; • • Naugatuck Me.thodist a. m.,. Morning- v w,o'rsM-p;, 6:3p' : p..-ni ''' Wednesday ey.eniigv .. praryer serv. : • '•' . :: . ''' :v ••"•'• '•' ipe. st, Rev Paul's Evangelical:. Henry S. Bi-ustat Pastor 9 arm'; Sunday ,"sc-li obi." '.'"'""' '"•' lOa.m; Morning;; woivs.hip. with sernion toy: Rev/ Henry -s.f Brustat r - pa'stor,' ' ' ; v-' ; 2:00 p. m.. WBHY—CBS Program ' VVIDAK—Gordon Jenkins' Orch. YV.JZ-WAtfC— Football i . 2:15 p. in. \VI3Ah 1 —Kopl.hiUI game :'."';. 2:aO- p. in. W13 H Y -W B A 1C- VV J 2 - W A B C—V o 0" I b a ] 1 2:^5 p. -111. WABC-WEAF—Football" . .'1:00 p, in. WBRY—Press News VVJ3AF-WJ/—Football- VVABC—Ncws; Football Game 3:15 p. in. W.IZ—Football, i ','J:,'10 p. in. WI3A F-WJ Z.-WA B G—Fo o tbal 1 U:55 p. in. L^-r-ls'ews . 4:00 p. in. WBRYPWEAF-.WJZ-WAI3G—Football ;.'JO p. in. W12 A F?WT 1C— Football i.W,JZ-.W:lGG J r r Mufiic -of- the Americas ,VYA'I3G—Accent on Music , , [ WOR—Waile-. Iloyt ; NVATR—Off:-.the Record; Tommy : .'..Dorscy ,..."-. ."J ; . ; ^v?. --j.'-.' . • '4:45. ]>.- in. \V B R.Y^x in j) h on e t tcs ,"-.' VyABfe—A'ccent' , ; bn:'Music WOl.i^panco'; Orclv. ;.-'News WA.'i^R^-OIT''-Lhe' Record, .Vaughn VMo'nroo '.;• \. •; ...••"• •••.. v '.('•••<• . "^ •>;'(-.• • * :' r*»nn • ' '' * - VYBRY--Mn'tinee at Meadowbrook . T.ojiiniy:; : D(Di;sey .Orch.. !—ToJTirny..'HorseyIs Orch. !^—To be. nnpounced : ijllorls Orch.. WOR^-McFarlaiid-Twins: Orch. b—News; ' •• ,; /, -V; -.. ;, ' ;' L—Off' the.Re.cord,' A) Donahue WfCGr-Crleniv.Mlller-'s- Orch.;'. NViws NVATR—Off the,.Record, Dinah- Sliore '.-,.-- - 5:.']0' p.' in.'-.' • ,\VEAF—Recital -Period Vy.O'R-r-Bluc Baruoh's Qrolh \V.)X--Fbotbari Scores;-Miller's Orch. vyiGG—MiIlei'-s Orch. - - • • VVABC—Tommy Oorsey's Orch.; •Sports, - ••'.'• WTrC—Styled for Strings WATR—Off the Record, Joe Relch- '-_'-\y,ifihJnfeloh,. Oct. 11.—(UP)— Army and navy.. onicials..havc announced that', they • are not concerned about, the impending shortage of silk used jn> powder bags and parachutes bo cause they have developed satisfac tory substitutes. Navy.-.-informants say they have su/llcient stocky of raw silk'to^ (11 their needs .for the next two years anyway, and that several years' experiments with synthetic fibers have produced satisfactory results. The army .discloses Mml, if.s ordnance o/llcers have developed a cotton cloth suitable for powder bags, and tests, with ,NyIon and: similar materials have shown that these substitute libers are adequate for parachutes. .Everyone- knows why parachutes arc made of .silk. Their cloth must be of- light weight, and strong resistance. Powder bags, it is explained, must leave a ininimum of residue whon v the charge' is llred to prevent smoldering fragments from- igniting the next charge inserted in the. gun's breqch and causing it to explode prematurely. Both the .a'rjny and navy, with a long-range eye toward (he future, have conducted experiments toward • discovering- these suitable . substitutes and.,theyusay now that their' efforts have borne, fruit and they are highly satis/led with their results. Production of the new materials is still in small quantities, but informants disclose that when il, wil become necessary they expect to have adequate facilities established to produce enough to fill all requirements. '~ * •» +» - •TAIUIHID KM A great ensemble for i fellow who enjoys a great suit — $24-75 — in "Prep Shop" — second floor. ; * ; ., " :' t A fine shade of medium bro\ra Herringbone Shetland three-piece suit—one matching* trousers—one > green covert slack—just what th& doctor ordered for a scrambled suit—top section stuff that gives you an autumn uplift. ONPROPAGANDA ..Gary, Imi.,"0et. 10.— (UP)—The IiicsUon, of, \yhat to do with pro- )iigundn, bptlr-. the. factual- kind and .he. 'dis.fortcd : -. vurj'e'ty, , hns. x been d by. tiie. flnry.-Public Library. 'I'liq. flood, of- material coming to .}je'.Jfb»'ar'y froni various countries and; organisations,' .all. emphasjxing the.\"wa]'" tingles,, pi'e.sented a problem, for ..the .library's fact find flc- ...U'pn. cotaloguers until ofllcials liit upon --a .solution. • \. Now,; a Heavily, laden table stan/-; .'In"-tlio 1 center- oiVthc reference room, .inai'ked by a/large sign that says, "sl'riip'jy, '.'.'Propaganda, 1 ' 1 •• Pau 1 "Mjpwn.r.d,. 1 'Gary,,librarhin, be- I.J e v'es i ..m o's t peo p 1 o . h h ve. th'c \vro n g SILENT GLOW Oil Burners Range and Fuel Oil D. Thurston's Sons Ice Co. RUBBER AVENUE Tel, 2269 Thc s .iffasdes' will .-;;be;. . St;':;Hedwig^s: church t-GiS;: 1 8/-'9:3G ' and-.Il^a; m..;., •>, •••. : ;i •• .. -'-''. . -.. .:-v ' '-'• The regular. • ^.eekly'-'vesper -service .„» i T u«- - " at ;- 3 . 0 ;o]6ck/. Sunday ».». win; be noon. ; v (RpmoYi 'Catholic) ; - ;' ' • •. -Rev., r Thoihds:; : ;M.;;Griffiii;-: Q\ v . The ' hiasses,;' ai't:' St;-" Mary'^V cri u ilch; will .be celebrated^ at 7:30; 9:30.. aha ; 1' a'.' ncn:-''' •• '."'- "." ;'"','•• - •'• •"-. ::' ; . •^•••''' : -".- ; 5i/i5 p. .in-.' ,! .' wnJA.F~De.sI-' ITalban,- Soprano;, ".Fcibtball Scores •••-.'• ' - /"'. WT1G—Footb/ill Scores - ' '> VMA'TR—OJT, the Record; Teddy ''" ' ' \-. : -' : ,' : • • ". ; ; . • l >:55..- p.' -in.-' . ; • WBRY-45poi\tsl News. -• ; , .,.. : P -•• •\ii:Q() .i> v ; iih ' NYBRYrNyABG-r-CuHing' •Pan-America VVRAF—Music,' ; by .Shrediiik . ' ' -News'"- '.'• ' '•• " '. . ; ' .<'7'^?}toji\'^U'M6h Pfti1^h,J:.;Hp.uso^>vlLyi> ^as,.-.to!on ^i/i^ia-M^fiAKp^'-^n-^w.lM.^V^' 1 - 11 b ; a'/V 1 mK\&ti tU'-V nol'i«(ish(nun'lH 'wilI 4 : ;-. v • :. '.;.\ ; . ..,\;j •• . v. V-- ; - -CAI.toii ft.nd sopranos; ; ' ' • Salem Lutheran Synod) R. Frendbcrg; Suiiday .'After 'Trinity, •The Tr/e.usuL'G nntl ihp- Poarl (Mt. '- • • •'" ; ? ; " -''• '- r -Jolinsoh'-.'nn'd .. . '.$.»> Ml.ny,.; OololuM 1 12 ':••;."• 9:00 A. M.— Swoclislrsorvioc. Junioi "...-.• -'alc..-- "--",.. ' ; '''-S l -":^'' !il;00 A..i\r,^ljIngUsli" sor.vioc. Sort lo TjOO -P. ! 8:00, l>.', . .0(|lohor Jl'i. n' :.orolisLrn.-" (J37 , i\('a. ;I3(l.\vird',.MQOoyern. liM^I«yr,t)otbl>«i'.:.15 ' •'• 3 ;30',P,,M.-rJ ujilpr Miss j 0.1,1 , BancU- '. ' ; , Lbnclors"—, Mrs. S v L uHlcay, Sweeney. .V , of , Atlmlnlsl.ro,- '' . . ' ; <Clnss .:— ' Saiilor ;ciio'iiv '*($pnlors)'; v.-- :00 P;: MClilkron'a' Choir, '-' fQd .P, : ; MiAJunipp GhOlr; ; , V P. >&"Ar rttm'l, ; ferenoovBrbthorbooU.-l .-' 10:00; .to ll:;r. School. Kally.'. pay;.;'and.; Promotion •ol'vSplVQJaiis..' ATar.sljan; Long, supcr- 111 l^iiclcn I.;'- pi-o^Tding,-; • Gi;aded —The Sunday; School;^ will; rinqcl.:-at .10:00 o '616 c k,' 1 if fc 1 fc; r Qguj fi n 15 Li n.d a y^ s c h p d J,'. t'oi 1 brief' oijen'ing-^and. hb.ouI, "JOilfx will' rha'rclr "upstairs-;toytlrp 'Church- AuHltoi'.tu.m, whore the PromoUon and .Weather. — Yankee -News ' fi.:-15'..i>. : . in.. .- Rev. (Rojtiiah OathoUc); \, ; .•J.-.J.* \Fitagerivld, ~ o f - -Ijl i o- S u n'rin. y so))'oj5;r; \i\ no.\cord i'al I y ; InylljOd Cor 'these ,li!lx ! ercisesvat:M.O.:.ir). •11:00'A-;. Mi, td i2.:00'"M;r— "Publid ' Woi'Sli i 'p.- Scriiion r ^ - VI?I ohcors ,'of ' tho'soui;'" . ':. .';';Vv."-i.v-i'- ."•'' ;'.' Tuesday, Ocf.'.2A, T'P.-M.HTr^pwo'rth Lengiio ' mooting," 'The ; lcfaguo coii- Lihues' l«o'grow, ,•''• . .• ., .<' ; - •'; ••••'. '; Thursday,'06t^O.vS-P; ingVof. tuo Fidelity^Bli).!i. • '';Hillside Oongregrational . ':.,.,. Rev. Arthwi • Jbluison '••''• ••':. 0 ;.fe-' A. M.:;'S.und/iy.- {School: and, clhss.es fm; \\omen, nnd' men; lip niprnJng .wp'rship;jil,-':ll.p'c[Q'cjk; is .. ll GQVl. Mas '-ft'' \yriyi?':^Tlie, •seivv.icoj Asdil;;lnciudo; ; avn;iQnroi'ial;;ror; the'late. .^.Masses .will, be Vcelebi^at'ed'- in ',St; Francis'.'ch'U^c-h, Suniday. ~-^-*''-•' "•'-^ •7r 9 and./ll;',o'clock.^': . (Polish Rev Calhoic) ;' Wriesiiiski / -Rpuhdui) VN'TIG^-Sports Broadcast . WR'A'F— R.eligion . iib.Uie News WOR— A.bncr Burns .You : . •'-,.' ' :45-'i>. m, Up ? Mass' ai, 9'a. mi.".dnly.,VSirnday.!m'brn-' : .•'••-••-•• .-' - •••'•-- : '' nig moij minister bi:•i.iilie"'cli'urcli, wh6 in .GhInn recently.; v ; --;-i.>. -/J^.' , '-•--- .— ^ .4 '•'.•>'' '' '.;' ImmaimeJj Lufli^ran J Pallor : ' . •;•' ^ (koninn : Catholic);) -, , '•:.. '••-- ; •-- |; , lyfti-sses; will^;bes' celebrated ;An t h ^p n y 's ; jcjli ^u r ch'-> : iii ; P i-osp ect" day/ f WBRY-WAI3G—The AVorld Today ' NVBAip-F op thai !;• Scores .-. ' .W.JZ^Edward;; Tonilinson, News :• AVOR^HcreTs..^'^/'^!!!!-.-'.. '•.Sy.ATR^-rFo'ptbaM" Scores . . '••'•':•>=•' C-.. ; 7:()0:.i). in. ,-., ; WBR:Y-WA' : BG-^-Pco pie's:-Platform FOI' '.America ; • \yjZ->yjGGr~Messagc of Israel " WTIC— Gnrtnc.-.. Old Glory/ AyATR— Designed "for "Dancing.. . -:>•'/: ." 7:15 p. m,, . •'• * - '- ' — Adr.iaii Rollini's Trio . - ; ';.:;ii!jnit^:te^ :.GiiiJdron'!'. \VBRY-W>VBC--Golu'mbia's >can. 'Festival- • .'> :>.-, ; ."..- ••''.:• V^fDA F^Elm'er • qterq^ y.OR-^Con/ldentJaJTy-; Yo.urs — Li'ttlc 'Or ; H'o]lyAvo6d' bb. : aniibun;ced ,.•.'-• .,..--- ..8:00 j). jm/Vv' 1 -'-">,•- /NYBRM^-SaturdayrNightvSwin'g Club ^yiSAF-WTIG^FCnicke^bpckeiv P.lay Houses..-.' ..';; v '" .'.•?.•;>.:•'" '''•; •: "i -.- J^lZ-^Boy ;:M(3ets; ;:GiiH *••'*• '• ^-:;"j '• . iT^Guy'.Jvombardo.'s ,OrcH. '>..'•• mc(?'t'a f tor • Lh o' Ser i\ron/Jay, Meeting. .- 8 ,.;p::.m . \.7 t tpni.vj:lip.w|i^ , .. k - •l^r i dayY-; 8 r p //ni ; • Gl'i o i tf ; r elVears rtl vV v % '' ' ' Gosbe - - l v«.»' N')'.. •^-.-iS 1 .. *. 96 Prospect S tre*i^Uiiion .-• V : -Rev;' ' : ' ' ing.it' to..-be all--bad. and not worth h.Othbrln'g about.;./* ' Kails Into. Two Groups .".That, ,!s..nol ti'uc, 1 !.. said Howard. "The term, 'propaganda 1 can bo ap r plied..in' two ways. Although all of it.Is of an editorial nature and intended., to Influence the reader, it.-is only bad when bused, on dis-( tprt'cd. fact's ' .or' ; -'falsehoods.- Good-! propaganda; is based • on. the truth.'•' ckplaihcd that most of pi'opaganda w,'is^ catalogued by-- the -regulai v Dewey . sys- . fcijT. and placed' on. Its, pj-oper shelf. '• .\"Propaganda^ bused • on. falsehoods •and''distortion's.-.-.. Is; placcrl on , the ; table-," Jlowardj said, "and. the pii.- 1 1,'rq'n'- 'can 'accept,- 1 ;; the •, material for Xvli'nVjt- js : worth; 71 ; : -;." . •';';;:V " .Howard said that--, libi'aries all over the -nation are-, faced ..witli the same..djfilcult -problent—-that, of as- cer t'aii i ing • the. wo r th of til c m n zc o f propagaiida' ./literature from: the standpoint, of fact-rind falsehood, ns i'weli-.a's.. from, an, information source, and .cataloguing il;. Jibth, Sides Presented ".-Gary ,.• librarians determine the "status of . tlie ' propaganda before •it- is ei.tlier catalogued- or placed on tlid : 'tablc, 'Occasionally, when j.hc rnatei'ial 'is found to be false and plaiced. .o'n the. table, the library places a .reference 1 work of the facts • beside^ it. r to ;4 giy,c,. : thc-: j i eader. Jjoth: sides of'the l)icturej";- . •;' .; • , As, an '"-'exam, pie;- of the catalogu- i.ng'. process,; l-Jo.\y,ard rcporlQd: a re- cent;"'paiiiplilct.' : from Germany, told: 'of'•-•'l;hd:';- ; gracefu'r.-'cpuntr.ys'ide;. the I o ng; trai I s. th rough. po Ignan tly beau - tifUL'-'soctiohs: "iofv Germany,... the treasure's to, lie-;:.- seen . in.'4hb . mu- 'seuins ''ami'; '.other-' Hne ; things the W.JZ-WJCC—Frank Black Presents j .. .« '9:<i5 : ..'.iv m, , W13I\Y—Dance"; Orch. -.; -.-_, - ' . . : WA13G—J3!l|,tle..'6f, .the Boroughs -v jNVOR-\VlCG-WATR--Ghic.ago. 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Nobubumi Ho, director of ; thc Cabinet Information Boan'i, did, not. 'noticeably- gag on .his official pronouncement that, the'purpose of the alliance is world peace. 13ut 'Japanese hearts weren't in the observance. An organ of big Japanese! 'country has, ' V "While those things are true," Howard explained, "they are propaganda obviously wriU.cn'-to .influence 1,1m render to. a. picture of a peaceful Germany.' to counteract stories in the daily newspapers. 11 . The pamphlet went on the table. business also mumbled about peace-. .ful objectives but added in a voice it must have meant to be measurably louder, that Saturday's anni-i- vcrsary "comes at ;a time when .Japan and tho United States are" trying to do their,best." : •Thus passed, tljo inglorious milestone. Tokyo must hope that lin was too busy to notice. That odd piece 01 '.-furniture a.'buyer if you use tho Cbuml- iod\ medium. '>•••'". It.'-- Order a Delicious GOIWISII;.. CAKIC For'Sunday's' Hrcnlvfnsj, Filliiifis of All. 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