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Hints Helps DO YOU KNOW? Why the Defense Council has asked you to save waste paper, old "rags, scrap metal (including old razor blades, tin tubes—tooth paste, cold and shaving cream tubes) and old rubber Scrap metal makes the steel, brass, copper, lead and other metals for the guns, planes, tanks and ships needed for victory. Waste paper makes new paperboard to ship munitions, clothing and food for America's fighting men at home and overseas. Old rubber makes new rubber for our motorized forces—for planes, tanks and battleships and for essen tial civilian needs. Old rags make needed materials for emergency buildings, wiping rags for war industries and reworked textiles. —v— Because of conservation of mate rials ordered by OPM, eventually men's suits will have flapless pockets, cuffless trousers, single-breasted coats, and vestless suits. Nearly two-thirds of the nation's wool in 1942 will be used to provide uniforms, blankets and other needs for five million soldiers. Plans are also in the making for skimping on women's clothes. Designs will be fewer and more standardized. Glamor A man who has made a profession of teaching people to talk over the telephone says the commonest faults are long-windedness, and slovenly speech. His advice is: be concise, quick to the point make your voice res onant and never be familiar! Take heed, girls! WOULD YOU GIVE A PENNY to Atop that fuzadacA&l kk OST people who use Dr. Milea Anti-Pain Pills say that one pill usually relieves their head aches. In the regular package, Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys lYt pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, con tain no opiates or laxative medi cines. FOR You may be miles away from a drug store when you are suffer ing from a Headache, Neuralgia, or Muscular Aches and Pain3. Why not get a package of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and be prepared for emergencies? WOMEN By Mary Moore Regular Package, 25 Pills, 25# Economy Package, 125 Pills, fl.00 DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PIUS PERSONAL LOANS FOR Keeping Ahead of the Times If you can embroider at all, sit down and work your monogram or one single initial on your best shirtmaker frocks. Make them huge and scrolly. Gives them that individual look. Many of the girls are embroidering the Victory symbol V... on their pockets or sleeves. One manufacturer has put on the market a lovely rayon dress crepe in soft pastels printed with the "V .. theme in contrasting colors. Very new and timely. The most remaikable discovery of modern dermatology which removes, without pain, unwanted hair from face, limbs or body is now being dem onstrated in some of our foremost beauty salons. Because the root is re moved with the hair, relief may be had for several months and re-growths are noticeably weaker and thinner with each application. It has the ap proval of the medical profession and the strictest chemical laboratories. A single application renders skin ala baster smooth for weeks. Do you clean your jewelry regularly to make it glisten and sparkle? You can buy jewelers' cleaning kits or make your own. Lay pieces to be cleaned in ammonia for a few minutes. Rinse in clear water and dry by roll ing in fine sawdust. —v— The Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Home Economics got its mind and attention off pigs and cows and clover seed long enough to make an inspection of American women and comes out with the sad and disturbing allegation that the average is in pretty bad shape, and does not conform with the presumed ideal. So maybe this is why the priorities division became lenient and made certain allotments of rubber and steel for moulding de vices that try to keep the all too-too solid flesh from getting beyond control. Women in Industry Since the middle of January the New York State Labor Board has re faxed its ruling which prevents women from working in factories after 10 p. m. and before 6 a. m., so that now the girls replacing men in industry can work into shifts running around the clock. Pan American Airways have re cently hired girls to replace men in the repair and maintenance depart ment in the hangars at LaGuardia Field, so the men could be released for war duty. The girls do repair and overhaul on such details as life-saving equipment. They look after the up holstery and panelling on the sea planes meaning everything from making and counter-sinking carpets to patching plastics. They do dope and fabric work on the wings and control surfaces. They even look after miscellaneous repairs, such as helping men overhaul engines They are classed as mechanics' help ers and get the same pay as the men they have replaced—55 cents an hour. A great many of the girls are at tending company classes during off hours to improve themselves in their job and learn the job ahead—which is to be regular licensed grease monkeys The reports are that the girls prove to be as good as or better than un trained male apprentice mechanics It's tough on nail polish and coarsens hands, but most of the girls enjoy it uccttte /aX&J If it would be easier for you to pay your income tax, due March 15, in several monthly installments, your problem may be solved with a per sonal bank loan. The loan will give you the cash in hand to discharge your patriotic obli gation in full before March 15th. You can then repay the loan in con venient monthly installments. If we can help you in this way, we know that we shall be rendering an important service to the nation at the same time. Come in. XH EL 'SAVIN OS-BAN K-&-TRUST-CO* "HAMILTON 'OHIO* Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and seem intent on making a career out of the air. THfe "BUTLER COUNTY¥ftESS TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE ...TOO BUSV TODAY— ILL. GET AROUND TO IT TOMORROW. For Better Homemaking During these days of conserving and saving everything there is a move on in some communities to save all fats and grease and sell it back to the butcher who will in turn send it to be reprocessed for war materials. But if no such move is on in your community why not make soap for your own use at home. Here is a cold water soap which needs no cooking: 1 can con centrated lye, 5 lbs. fat, 1 qt. water, Mi cup gasoline, Vfc cup household am monia, 2 tablespoons borax. Heat water, dissolve lye in it, add fat, gasoline, ammonia and boi'ax. Place in agate vessel and stir with wooden paddle until thoroughly mixed. Set aside to get completely cold cut in bars ready to use. —v— Pantry Palaver Chef's Hints: A half cup of spicy mincemeat added to a standard muffin batter produces wonderful results. Did you ever substitute fruit juice for the liquid called for in muffin? It makes them delightfully different. If Johnny won't eat his carrots, boil carrots and potatoes together in equal amounts using as little water as pos sible. When cooked, mash together, using the water in which they boiled added to a little milk, seasoning and butter. Pour applesauce mixed with brown sugar and cinnamon and cloves over a pork roast when nearly done. It's wonderful. How long since you've made a plain one-egg cake in two layers, splitting the layers and placing between a va nilla cream filling made by using pre pared packaged pudding? Use either whipped cream or powdered sugar for top and sides. A nationally-known advertiser gives us this one and it's good: Mix IV2 cups peas, corn, 1 cup canned tomatoes drained, 1 tablespoon onion, IV2 cups soft bread crumbs, 3 beaten eggs, TORDEfENSE BOY UNITED STATES SAVINGS XA cup melted butter and season. Put in buttered custard cups and bake in pan of water 45 minutes in a medium oven. Melt Vz package soft cheese in double boiler, adding Vs cup milk. Stir and pour over the unmolded vegetable and egg mixture. It's a delightful surprise for the family. Have you ever cooked a head of cab !age whole? Place root end down in cooking utensil in one inch of water. Season with sugar and salt, cover tightly and cook until tender. Good with cream or cheese sauce. Don't be conservative! Whip up some new food combinations: Mix a can of corn into creamed dried beef and serve over hot biscuits. Lima beans and mushrooms in but ter—a delectable change, as is a dish of creamed mushrooms to which a can of peas has been added. Then you might try mixing cooked celery with green peas. Don't get in a CQoking rut! Nelson Orders Ban On Beer Cans Effective On March Washington, D. C.—Donald M. Nel son, chairman of the War Production Board, has announced the long-ex pected ban on beer can manufacture Canning firms are forbidden to use any tin for this purpose after March 1, 1942. Breweries are reported to be using up all stocks of cans now on hand in order to switch over to 100 per cent bottling as soon as possible. McNutt Says Prohibition Now Would Be Mistake Washington, D. C.—Using the war emergency to bring back prohibition would be nothing short of a tragedy said Paul V. McNutt, Federal Se curity administrator, in speaking to I BONDS /-"gmi the National Defense Furum in Wash ington. It was a meeting sponsored by the National Federation of Wom en's Clubs. The matter came up when the sub ject of liquor and its use and abuse near military camps was discussed CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS Welcome to Hamilton Welcome has been extended by the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce to the officers of the Columbia Machinery and Engineering Corporation, latest newcomer to Hamilton's busy indus trial field. The new firm, planning to carry forth a long-range program em bracing defense and "peace-time pro duction, has purchased the plant and equipment of the Columbia Machine Tool Company, formerly known as the Long and Alstatter plant. The new firm has been invited to avail itself of services of the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce whenever such are of value. Safety Meeting Representatives of various Hamilton organizations and groups interested in the many phases of safety in normal community life met with H. F. Wil liams, of the National Safety Council in the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce early this month. Mr. Williams out lined safety programs being carried forth in various sections of the coun try and led a discussion of those present on the possibilities of a full program of safety here. Industrial Inquiries An appreciable increase in the num ber of inquiries for industrial loca tions in Hamilton has been noted within the last two weeks by the Ham ilton Chamber of Commerce. Many of the inquiries, originating from firms now located on this nation's eastern seaboard, are attributed to recent gov ernmental desires to have key defense industries located inland, away from the coastal danger zones. Prompt and complete information on available sites in Hamilton is being furnished those who inquire. Employment Office Will Be Open Monday, Feb. 21 The United States Employment Service offices, 143 North Third Street, will be open Monday, February 23, a legal holiday, for business as usual, W. A. Betscher, manager, announced Additional Salvage Committee Namec Appointment of an additional com mittee to assist Salvage for Victory was announced this week by James K Cullen, salvage chairman of the Ham ilton Civilian Defense Council. The committee will line up con tractors, builders, garages and other business described as "'between retail outlets and heavy industry." The committee comprises: W. Watson, chairman Clyde Grevey Leigh Strategier, Joseph Spaulding and V. E. Emminger. Each business surveyed by the com mittee will be asked to appoint a co ordinator to work with the general Salvage for Victory committee. Lewis And O'Conner Attend Traffic Schoo Sergeant James O'Conner and Pa trolman Robert Lewis attended an air raid traffic school which was conducted in Cincinnati this week by the Fed eral Bureau of Investigation, Chief C. Calhoun said Thursday. Subscribe for The Press. NNODNCE SHIFT IN POLICE DUTY Eleven patrolmen have been shifted, effective Monday, Byron Furginson, assistant police chief, announced. Patrolmen Paul Klinger and Ernest Dines will work in the bowl cruiser from midnight until 8 a. rn., and Pa trolmen Grant King and Robert Brant will do the same cruiser duty from 4 p. m. until midnight. Patrolmen James Parson and John Loftus will ci'uise in the First Ward from 11:30 p. m. until 7:30 a. m. Pa trolmen Ferdinand Wessell and Law rence Binegar will cruise in East Ham ilton and Lindenwald from 6 p. m. un til 2 a. m. From 10 p. m. until 6 a. m. Patrolmen Robert Lewis and William Garrett will patrol High Street, and Patrolman William O'Hara will patrol Main Street. Thomas H. Feltz Named Sugar Rationing Agent First direct information regarding rationing of sugar in Hamilton and Butler County, expected to be effective shortly after Mai-ch 1, was received Monday by Thomas H. Feltz, clerk of the board of County Commissioners. He was asked by state rationing headquarters to be agent in the ship ment here of supplies. Feltz was of the opinion that the proposed ship ment would include a supply of stamp books which, of course, he will keep under lock and key" until the distri bution to those who are to have charge of this rationing activity. Community Chest Campaign To Be Conducted April 20-24 Hamilton's twenty -third annual Community Chest campaign is to be conducted April 20-24, David M. Sil ver, chairman of the Welfare Federa tion budget committee, announced this week. B. R. Brammer, of the Ameri can City Bureau, Chicago, is to be executive director of the drive for the fourteenth consecutive year. Organi zation of the campaign group is sched uled to be begun March 23. Two Permits Total $5,760 A building permit was issued to Roland Strong by Frank E. Weaver, city building inspector, for a $5,000 frame residence on Harrison Avenue. A $760 permit for improvements at 905 Shuler Avenue was issued to Ida Wenzel. New Beer Permit Harry Schuster, 513 Heaton Street D-l. NEW BUSINESSES Hamilton Verner Clemmons, R. R. 1, West Chester, gravel. Mary E. Melampy, R. R. 1, West Chester, meals. Earl E. Thatcher (George Krebs Sons), Hoover sweeper service. Middletown Ruth Madden, 715 Marietta Avenue household products. Jack Hikson, 1810 Lafayette Street, soft drinks. PAINTERS PLAN BALL TO New York City (ILNS). —In re sponse to an invitation extended by the Interlocal Painters' Unions, affili ated to the Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers of America, A. F. of L., Mayor LaGuar dia consented to write a message for the "Unite for Victory" Journal to be given out at the Victory Ball, Hunts Point Palace, on March 21. This will be the starting gun for a campaign to raise $25,000 for war relief in addition to the $5C,000 already raised for med ical aid. L. P. Lindelof, general president of the brotherhood, in a letter said, "Let me say that we highly commend your organization and all painters' local unions in New York City in their ef forts for national defense. The dona tion of one day's pay by the member ship of District Council 9 is outstand ing in the labor movement." READ THE PRESS EVERT WEEK. WTHE 5CWUE E If You Have a Member of Your Family in the Service, You May Hang This Banner in Your Window. We Have a Large Stock MADE IN AMERICA FLAGS Silk, Wool, Cotton Everyone should put out a Clean Fla? for VvTa-hineton'- Birthday WITT! TENT and NG CO. Phone 16ii second «5L Sycamore Hamilton. Ohio Pay Your INCOME TAX By REGISTER CHECK CONVENIENT PERMANENT RECEIPT COSTS LESS THAN AVERAGE MONEY ORDER FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Carp. U-\ £mbzisuUyU+ia. Acid Indigestion, Gas on Stom ach, Heartburn, are usually caus ed by injudicious eating or drink ing. Try Alka-Seltzer for relief. Alka-Seltzer also relieves the distress of Headache, Colds. Neu ralgia, and Muscular Aches and Pains, because it contains an an algesic, (sodium acetyl salicylate). Your drugjfist sells Alka-Seltzer In handy packages and by the glass at !,'• fiiunUm. T"v Edgar K. Wagner FUNERAL DIRECTOR NOTICE'