Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 15, 1941 · Page 13
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING. ILLINOIS Paw Thirteen Stifling Daily Gazette Kxc<:;>; "STKRLINO The SterUnR On^ne Co p-i^i'-h' Opp05it* Postofftr* Strr.ir.R I.I ~f Grnndnn C?enTfti Mnnag D VV Grnnrton A^m'* Entered «t St-rr!in" Fo'T,ff!«> us Second Cla'i M?,"<-r mT.'."; of your ATD, find rfs.iirs ! !-;:V.v •. m prr. voiir neighbor's di c - r,? rnor' 1 mor^y thftu i M »: h';'. '.''''^'. '•• li.v.e ' !;<"'• i j ri t. of C'.T' ':.:r.E rx- -r p' a '.\av to Verp tlT* ! r,;-"; v r -T-- from tvir.sc k.no j r l fd about V. r srrn't *<i indrp^ndmt. Indian* *3\r ti<; vegetable*, to- TODAY'S MENU SUGGESTIONS _ ASSOCIATED PHKftS ThVAssociated rres.* is •-<<- -MVC- ./ entltied to the u*e for rcp-;V.:rn- tlon of all news d'.-.vT-!•,'- .rr:ii;/-<1 ! Iv , ,.,. r ,. ;jf . ; to It or not otnerv.;" «.:•-'!;'-'-'I In v/( RpidT.s this paper find also the .i>:ru news t . .. r ; -- published herein. "~TERMS~"6F'~ SUBSCRIPTION Bv mmi in \Vhltc.<;|<> fli.'t n-!)o;n,„!« counties—r*v ve.ir Jif-V R'.x months $2.75. three moir,h< <i .->i one month 75 cents Cash ?r.!i orrier By man outside Whit* •:<•> n:xi nrl- JoinlnR counties—per vent S7.CH» MS months S3.75, thrw mor/!;? *2 00. one month 75 cents Ca.Mi w:!ii order k Per wwfc delivered bv carrier in •either Sterling or Rtvk- Fni:< 20 ©ents. pnynble e\-«rv Saturday room- Ing No papers Fent through the pos'tofflce b the city carrier district of Sterling or Rock Fails u* mir rwltiir?: Africa gave «* our danre% and muMr. control the ptw? Dierst prints the ;•:;:;•. ar.ti it has no advertisers. A Thought for Today *' Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of era re. thnt we may obtain mercy, arid lir.ri urarc •to help In time of need.—Hr;>ie\vs 4:18. God, the Great Gher. tAii o;>rn the whole universe to crtir Rn.-p in Ihe narrow sparr of a siiiele iano.- JUblndranath TnRore. Tomorrow's Birthdays John A. Ward, Glen Wane, Rlch- •rd L. Ebersole, Mrs. F. L. Rubrlcht, June Rownow. Joyce Freeman. Mildred O'Connell, Sterllnc; Mnurlcc .yigcley. Carol Jean CiLfton. 4. Rock ; Mrs. Donald Robertson. Rich. .1 Lanphere, -Morrison: Dr. W. C. Fotsler. Mrs. Amanda Wilklns, Port Byron; Mrs. Franlc W'ilKlnf-on. Lyndon; Walter E. Anderson. Coleta; Mrs. Ida Holden, Geneva, Nebr.; •a Pagelenc White, Blue Island; Anna Roselicb. Erie. Today—Wendell Byron Baker, 1, >ulton. Quillen's Quips By Robot QuiUen If thew IB no suppression of In this country how come Wall '•treefcJiBsn't heard about inflation? ' N«w Dealers protected us from •tock Jobbers, but alaa! they also protected stocks from going up. We pay m tax on Uilness, too, It wt don't keep a record of the tax paid on f*»oline and clear* •MM. The thing that mystifies us. when nun leaves his wife and goes phil U the picture of the other woman. M it Isn't going, you forget to turn it on for the news broadcast; If you keep It going, you forget to " John T. Plynn talks of "America ftnt," but his obvious meaning Is: •Don't let England last." If a husband isn't affectionate, .Is R brute; If he gets mushy, Is suspected of being tight. •** Rlpley mentions a goose who has told an eft every day for 30 years. •ounds like a columnist. Wky not make us a cheap -aUUan weetving aet? Mo«t •f • m ailek JU one staUon, any"' •one small-town grocers make , and others have many rela- and in-laws among their cus- * Thtw are people who keep their /faith In mankind and never arrow They don't deal with the iblic, ". •ontUmat you long for another «w; than you read the advertise IES IN STAMPS fr«'$ Stand at Marne Drive on Paris - fetf aoUflc* __^JQSEPH .__ commanded the French m from the outbreak of the Fwar in 1114 until 1917, was criti- _ in many, quarters after the for his generalship and tac- Ite was called "the impos- ,_ behind which other oannived" and the "man Marly brought France to •Via*" • • • ..• J«irt, who was honored phila- _, in the 1940 stamp above, __ no tlfort to defend himself. wrote • two-volutqe book of ">ut rtlused to permit Until his death. ) A* died in 1931, the book Joffrc critics were ^ „. in l*rg« measure, for it m; found that the marshal oper- Mai undtr tramtndous handicaps. fffct French army in 1814 was suffering from rigor-mortis _ by the disastrous war of . sSaft work was intolerable the calculations of the war .division proved poor. ^. wHo wa* « at the oyt- ('«! ta«-war,' is b*»t known I ijirafft|lftU> stand at the , whkb stopped the 1 sav«d P»rii. < psMkAtkm \V..;.;T i'- nr.'i'body, ex'rpt those v:/. f'.n it. i^n';',y ilkrc. this ba-llft <.-r : ,:;-.:i::.E-'it kind of dnnrine. 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