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CHENO TABLETS ALONE mar be taken with LOWERED STARCHY INTAKE. 12 Cheno Tablets Per Day Supply: 70% CALCIUM Adult Daily requirement; 50% PHOSPHORUS; Full daily re quirement of IRON and many times the daily requirement of IODINE. BOX CHENO TABLETS, $1 By Mall. SI. 10; C. O. D., S1.28 6 Boxes Cheno Tablets, $5.50, or, Combination: 4 BOXES Tablets, 1 Bottle Berry Juice, 1 Pkg. Tea, $5.50 By Mall. SS.BOt C. O. D., SB.78 i ^^H III1 ^H ■ I 3b *B pH H . H X I I I I I ^B H I HB J ,11 Rickenbacker Warns Of Complacency on Rescue Anniversary Ey the Associated Press. NEW YORK, Nov. 13.—Eddie Rickenbacker, marking the anniver sary of his rescue in the South Pacific last November 14, after 21 days on a life raft, called on the American people today to shun com placency and bend all efforts toward knocking Hitler out of the war in 1944. America owes that, he said, to its “fighting men, whose deeds in my opinion make possible a total victory over the cruel and heartless enemy in Europe during 1944.” Capt. Rickenbacker recalled his rescue with thankfulness, and added: “Since then I have had the rare privilege and honor to visit all the fighting fronts throughout the world, including Russia, which has crystal lzed one basic thought in my mind— that America has produced a gen eration of fighting men unequalled in our history, who are scattered throughout the four comers of the world. Sees Home Front Relaxing. “We have watched the Russians driving the Germans back with great rapidity. Our boys, in conjunction with those of our Allies, have chased the Germans and Italians out of North Africa. Mussolini and his Fascists have been overthrown, and the Allies are now gradually driving the Germans out of Italy. In the Pacific our combined forces of air, land and sea are meeting with suc cess against the Japs. “The result—thousands and thou sands of those on the home front are beginning to relax their efforts and sit back with a profound com placency that the war is almost over. "This complacency should be dis pelled immediately, as, in my opin ion, the Allies still have the real fight ahead of them before the war is ended in Europe—to say nothing of what confronts them in the war against the Japs. Mast preserve America. "Therefore, we on the home front must continue to play our part to the utmost to preserve for our boys the type of America they are fight ing for, and which we are enjoying today, when they return after victory is ours. To them must go the torch of leadership for the service ren dered, so that the generations to come may proudly say *Peace on earth, good will toward men.'” Capt. Riekenbaeker recalled that “just a year ago today, through the mercy and kindness of the Supreme Being and the splendid work of our Navy and Marine boys. T and two of my companions. Col. Hans Chris tian Adamson and Sergt.. Johnny Bartek. had the good fortune to be rescued after 21 long days of a roueh and heart-breaking soiourn in a lit tle raft on the broad Pacific” One Died Before Rescue. That “sojourn” began on October 21, 1942. when Capt. Rickenbacker’s plane, out of gasoline, was forced down. One man died before a naval plane spotted the drifting raft and rescue followed. The World War ace found himself on the anniversary of the experi ence “thankful to be sitting behind my desk.” as president and general manager of Eastern Airlines, and “enjoying the comforts of home to day. “Little do we realize." he said, “what such comforts and security mean until we are forced to be without them.” Marlene Dietrich Mailed As Mother-in-Law ; By ths Associated Press. SEATTLE —To Dean T. Goodman, glamorous Marlene Dietrich is the type of woman that a young man would like—for a mother-in-law. He should know. He’s married to her daughter. Mr. Goodman told a Post-Intelli gencer reporter that the actress joined her daughter in a doorbell ringing search for an apartment for the newlyweds last August. “And after they found one,” he said, “Marlene wrapped a towel around her head and made the dust fly.” ROOFS Ru-Ber-Oid THICK-BUTT SQUARE TAB SHINGLES Home owners who demand extra protection, extra beauty, Ruberoid Thick-Butt Shingles are the answer. Available in delightful colors, these shingles are made with extra heavy butts where the wear is hardest. Now available in wood grain texture. I *' The simplicity of re-roofing with Ruberoid Thick-Butt Shingles is a real saving in time and money, for they're put on right over the old roof . . . actually adding MORE in sulation—and naturally a roof of this type would be a great fuel saver. J VITRAMIC ASBESTOS SIDING 'l Insulated Brick Siding and Other Home Improvements ^ BUY NOW WHILE ... WE HAVE PLENTY OF MATERIALS NO DOWN PAYMENT ★ONE, TWO OR THREE YEARS TO PAY NO RED TAPE | Phone or Write for Free Eetimate MARYLAND ROOFING CO. PHONE MARYLAND \A# A r« I J ill/ HYATTSVILLE, BUILDING YTAlTieiCl IIIO MARYLAND Reporter for Army Newspaper Enthuses Over Mrs. Roosevelt By the Aiwelated Praia. ALGIERS, Nov. 13 (Delayed) .—A G-I soldier who writes about Wash ington for other G-I’s went to lunch at the White House with Mrs. Roose velt and came away with a vivid word picture of the President’s wife. Here it is, in the words of Tech. Sergt. John M. Willig, correspon dent in Washington for the Stars and Stripes. “All the pictures you’ve ever seen of the First Lady give her a rough deal and don’t begin to tell the truth. She’s warm and sincere and down to earth and could dlwy up enough of her personality to make every MP her best friend and still have plenty to spare. “She’s got a sense of humor which she is not afraid to turn on herself and she gets a kick out of remem bering the real or imaginary bore dom with which she was met by young officers at several of her Pa cific stops and the 'Why don’t you stay home?’ blink in their eyes.” Sergt. Willig reported the First Lady expressed the hope of visiting North Africa and Sicily. He said she told him: "You young men should be mak ing up your minds what kind of an America you want. After the war you'll be a powerful Influence for extraordinary good or great harm, but you must not fail to realize first of all you are Americans, just as the millions of others are who will have fought the war at home.” The sergeant wrote that "getting invited to chow at the White House was something of a shock because all I’d asked for was an interview. * * * The President was nowhere to be seen and I didn't ask where he was * * *. I was amazed at not even having to show dogtags to get inside the gates • • *. We had tur key hash which Mrs. Roosevelt was slightly apologetic about since it wasn’t meat, and besides was left over from the day before, but which she said had to be eaten.” Swiss Big Meat Eaters People of Switzerland consumed an average of 79 pounds of meat per person last year. Philippine Independence Program Slated Monday Associate Justice Murphy of the Supreme Court will deliver the prin cipal address observing the eighth anniversary of establishment of the Philippine Commonwealth during a radio program over Station WRC and the NBC network at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. He will read a message from Pres ident Roosevelt. Col. Carlos P. Rom ulo will deliver the Introductory ad dress. The radio program is part of a national celebration during which ADVERTISEMENT. Wanted! Men And I Women Who Are Hard Of Hearing To make this simple, no risk hearing test. If you are temporarily deafened, bothered by ringing buzzing head noises due to hardened or coagulated wax (ceru men). try the Ourlne Home Method test that so many say has enabled them to hear well again. You must hear better after making this simple test or you get your money back at once Ask about Ourlne Ear Drops today. Your chain or Independent drug store has or can get Ourlne for you. 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