Nashville Banner from Nashville, Tennessee on October 30, 1944 · 8
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Nashville Banner from Nashville, Tennessee · 8

Nashville, Tennessee
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Monday, October 30, 1944
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PAGE 8 THE NASHVILLE BANNER MONDAY OCT 30 1944 Her today 1 Presn Delicious Oran-Ban Cake At Tour Grocer ADV BELMONT 7nrM JOHN GARFIELD ELEANOR PARKER PAUL HENREID SIDNEY CREENSTREET Between Two Worlds 5AV now tViru WED NOW SHOWING Cpammounl War Demands Exceed Output By 40 Per Gent Demands for war requirements today exceed output by 40 or 60 per cent according to Paul P Henderson manager of the War Production Board Nashville and Memphis District Offices Figures given as examples on the deficits in war production include heavy truck tires 425000 al montri needed 325000 a month be-ij lng turned out medium tanks re-1-quired 600 monthly against a 200 monthly output cotton duck 85 000000 yards needed monthly with top production at 39000000 yards monthly and the average slightly lower Henderson who returned last week from a two-day conference with Atlanta WPB officials said that sizable deficits exist also in programs for dry batteries ammunition of many types and radar 'equipment 1 i "But along with these urgent programs WPB has the responsibility of assisting our manufacturers to go into civilian production whenever it Is possible without interfering with war programs" Henderson said Purple Heart Sent Buchanan's Widow Sgt Charles Buchanan 23 husband of Mrs Dorothy Dean Buchanan of Tullahoma killed in France July 9 has been posthumously awarded the Purple Heart His widow received the medal this wek Sergeant Buchanan had been overseas since April In addition to his widow he is survived by a son Charles Lee Buchanan his parents Mr and Mrs O M Buchanan three Asters and a brother STARTS THURSDAY "FALSE COLORS'! Take Ycur Friends To The MAXWELL HOUSE For DirifiER Complete Meal $100 TENNESSEE COUNTRY HAM CHICKEN STEAK Saturday 3 to 9 PM Sunday 1 1 A M to 8 PM Phone 5-2112 New Thra Set 12e end JSc tf 76 Women To Study Postwar Problems Mrs O C Carmichael president of the Review Club and the Garden Study Club of Nashville will serve as chairman of a nonpartisan sponsoring committee of women leaders for a unique conference on postwar problems at the Andrew Jack-son Hotel November 2 it was announced in New York today by officials of the National Association of Manufacturers The meeting the first of its kind ever held in this state is being planned under the joint auspices of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce the Chambers of Commerce of Clarksville Dickson Fayetteville Gallatin Lebanon Lewisburg Murfreesboro Shelbyville and Springfield the NAM Committee on Home and Industry and the National Industrial Information Committee of the NAM in cooperation with Mrs Carmichael's committee Described as a significant gathering of prominent spokesmen for business management and women's organizations for a discussion of postwar problems and objectives the conference is expected to attract approximately 150 leaders of womens groups from throughout Tennessee Serving with Mrs Carmichael on the Women Leaders' Sponsoring Committee are the following Nashville women Mrs A B Benedict president centennial Club Mra Thomas L Cummins preaident Women a Club of Nashville Misa Rena Fowler president Nashville Business and Professional Women a Club- Mrs J A Orannls president Catholic Women Middle Ten-1 nesseo Deanery Mrs V W Halev presl-1 dent Nashville Federation of Women s Clubs' Mrs W Msxer Jarman preaident Nashville Young Women's Christian Association Mrs Homer Jonas president Nashville chapter Council of Jewt&h Wom-en and Mrs Arch Trawlck president Nashville Parent-Teachers Association Recital at Fisk Scheduled Nov 5 DIVA OF OPERETTA Marion Bradley will sing one of the leading roles in the operetta The Merry Widow which will be pretented at the Ryman Auditorium Thursday evening This famed Schubert production i being etaged here with an excellent cast and chorus Others who will eing leading roles include Nancy Kenyon Dan dePaoto David Kurlan and Flower Hujer The corps do ballet of the Boston Opera Company also will perform It may take aa many aa 12 bot lighting mai es of dried blood serum to keep 1 1 ieen gravely ties man alive when wounded he has Gravity alone moves oil throug Itome pipe lines CHILDREN'S COLDS COUGHING quickly relieved by Penetro Grandma's old-time mutton suet idea developed by modern scienter-mtoacounter-im tan t vaporising? salve that twmgs quick comfort-)? lbg relief 25c double sue 35c - PENETRO BASE CONTAINS MUTTON SUET SSgt William Brown In Hospital Overseas SSgt William M Brown 23 son of Mr and Mra Roy H Brown of 32 Rutledge Street is at a hospital base In England recovering from wounds received in action In France August 7 according to information received by hls parents Sergeant Brown attended Hume-Fogg High School prior to entering the service March 6 1940 Overseas since January of this year he is holder of -the Purple Heart LYLE'S FOOT BALANCE SERVICE ARCH TROUBLE-FOOT STRAIN 929 Bnni-Dillon Bldg Til 53435 Rheumatic Happy Relieves Pain Quick Thousands of sufferers from the torturing pane due to sheumaAwn sciatica lumbago neuralgia end neuritis are mighty happy over their discovery at NORITO Nov they have found a quick -acting formula which speedily relieves those exhausting muscular aches and pains NORITO is trustworthy and dependable really works fasL If you want to feel again the joy of relief from pain bo you can work in peace and sleep in comfort -be wise and try NORITO under this ironclad guarantee If the very first three doses do not relieve that cruel pain to your satisfaction your money will be refunded Don t suffer See your druggist today And get-NOKiTO on this guarantee DR A G LITCHFIELD HEARING AID SPECIALIST Western Electric It Beh Your Audiophont L"1 JfteuvmCM SEVENTH AND CHURCH 529 BENNIE DILLON BUILDING NASHVILLE TENN r IVA KITCIIELL " w Dance Humorist v s Centennial Club Monday Evening October 30 8 PM Auspices Music Department Club member admitted by membership card plus tax Non-club member admission SI 00 plus tax TONITI 7 to II P M TONITE 7 to II P M O' A in Paramount' MtiJfer&mo WED HENRY ALDRICH BOY SCOUT" RYUAN AUDITORIUM UST HOY 2nd 0:15 FRANZ LEHARS IMMORTAL MUSICAL ROMANCE smss mansion By rcmmd umsmoCtPMWBS-SMus wsm cuts chorus Prices: $120' $180 $240 $300 end $360 Tex Included SEATS ON SALE RYMAN BOX OFFICE TUESDAY With the presentation of Mary Phillips Street and Carl Parrish is a recital of piano music for four hands in Fisk Memorial Chapel Sunday evening November 9 at 8 15 p m the music department of Fisk University offers the second in Its series of biweekly faculty and guest artist recitals Miss Street oblained her musical education at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and the Eastman School- of Music and Is presently connected with th Claude P Street Piano Company Dr Parrish who studied piano with E Robert Schmitz and Is&-dor Phillipp and received his doctorate from Harvard University in 1943 is head of the department of music at Fisk University The public is invited and there will be no charge for admission Sgt John E Yancey In Hospital Overseas Sgt John E Yancey 34 U S Army is at a hospital base in England recovering from wounds received in action in France July 26 according to information recently received by his sister Mrs Ernest H Petty of 2114 Pontotoc Avenue A graduate of Haywood Academy Rlddlnton Tenn Sergeant Yancey entered the service in 1929 He has been stationed overseas for the past two years Two brothers also in the service are First Lt Robert C Yancey U S Army stationed in the European area and Pvt James R Yancey a member of tha Field Artillery also in the European area Sergeant Yanceys parents Mr and Mrs C E Yancey reside at Riddleton Christian Science Broadcasts Scheduled The Mother Church the First Church of Christ Scientist in Boston Mass under the direction of The Christian Science Board of Directors will Initiate a series of radiq programs at 11:45 oclpck Saturday morning November 4 which will continue at the same time each week during the coming year The soloist and organist of The Mother Church will provide musical selections during Christian Science programs which may be heard over a local station Please come to our Confederate Party for ROBERT S HENRY On Tuesday Evening October 31st From 8:00 to 11:00 OClock when we will celebrate his great biography of Tennessee's greatest military figure GEiUlATHAii BEDFORD FORREST R M MILLS BOOKSTORE Broadening Bank Credit For Nashville Business Customers at Third National Bank are entitled to our open-minded and energeti&cooperation on every credit problem They get such cooperation too In fact every now and then a borrower says to us: WI didn't know that I could get this type of loan at Third National He forgets that bank credit now is far broader than it was in the old days If you have a credit problem which cant be solved with just an ordinary commercial loan come in and talk with us anyway There may be a solution which has not occurred to you third MEMBER FEDERAL 'tit am $ SAJsSSf IS'! NATIONAL BAM "JtasAudle DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION WITH THIRD NATIONAL IPS YuECtHTURYI tHE PICTURE of f: 5 20th CEHlUfc'0 -4 'Trv v W - STARTS Registrars Check Ready 'Persons serving as registrars in ths recent supplemental voting registration may now obtain their pay checks by calling at the office of County Judge Litton Hickman on tha first floor of the Davidson County Courthouse it was announced today Office hours during which registrars may call for their checks are 9 a m to 4 p m Monday through Friday and from 9 a m to noon on Saturday Extra-powerfuiOMGAOIL gives relief from muscle-pain Good old Oman Oil That should do it I That's tha etuif to try rube nght into the akin Goes right to work to relieve those rtiff shoulder muscles Breaks up congestion Nothing better as a rub for fast relief of sore aching painful mua-dem Whatadifferencel What a comfort! Omega Oil only 354 at ail drug stores how SINCLAIR-ize FOR wmm SERVICE SAVES YOUR CAR SAVES WEAR ON transmission and differ ential gears in cold weather Summer-grade lubricants are drained out and replaced with tough Sinclair lubricant of nght grade for winter SAVES MOTOR WEAR in cold weather helps prevent the formation of dangerous sludge by draining and flushing crankcase refilling with Sinclair Pennsylvania or Opaline Motor Oil winter-grade SAVES CHASSIS Wear in cold weather by lubricating bearings springs shackles and other vital parts as your car manufacturer recoin mends Front wheels protected by special lubrication SAVES COOLING SYSTEM by cleaning out the rust and sludge tighten ing hose connections and putting in the right amount of anti - freeze SAVES BATTERY and' helps assure fast starts Service includes check' ing and refilling battery with water checking battery connections and terting strength of bat tery Spark plugs tested too SAVES TIRES by in specting for cuts and bruises and valve troubles The 'Sinclair Dealer will -also gladly cross-switch tireite equalize wear BUY WAS BOMBS GMsa r?m wmm GQ5!9 i r i (111 77 7

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