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MANGELS-HEROLD CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
AUTITS FRANKFURTERS The Housewife's Choice in Finest Meot Products for Over 67 Years OH Boy, they sure do have good Frankfurters in Wash ington, D. C. It is a real treat to eat Auth's. No wonder the folks in Washington rave about Auth's Products, sure would like to send some of these home to Ma." Signs Are Propitious For New Coal Strike, Ickes Tells U. S. Bar Signs are “propitious for another coal strike,” which would mean "dis aster” to America next winter. Sec retary of the Interior Ickes yester day told members of the Federal Bar Association' If there had been good will on both sides, a contract would have been signed lest May, he asserted. Emphasising that approval of a wage contract is vo to the Wat Labor Board. Mr. Ickes said he had prevented one strike and was in terested in “having the coal mined for war production and heating of our homes.” The oil situation, Mr. Ickes re marked, show's no improvement, although the opening of pipe lines has “licked the transportation prob lem.” Requirements of the armed forces, he said, are growing day by day, w'ith the result that “many fill ing stations are going to be empty from time to time.” Discussing other domestic ques-1 tions, Mr. Ickes said that Congress, while it has supported the Executive in the conduct of the war, does not agree with the Executive or itself in the domestic field. “We can’t be very encouraging to our Allies,” he stated. He added that violation of ra tioning regulations isn’t helping America win the war or “our own self-respect.” as he posed the ques tion of whether America is "head ing for a genuine democracy or a type of Fascism." He said he agreed with the recently expressed views! of Charles E. Wilson, vice chairman of the War Production Board, that America after the war might swing too far to the right. Sigmund Romberg Program To Feature D. C. Soprano Dorothy Sandlin, young Washing ton soprano, has been selected per sonally by Sigmund Romberg to be a feature soloist during “An Eve ning with Sig mund Rom berg” a musical melange to be presented at 8:45 o'clock to night at Consti tution Hall. Miss Sandlin was selected to replace Marthe Errolle who is ill. She has ap peared in sev eral of Mr. Rom berg's operettas. A resident of | Miss Sandlin. the District for! the past two years. Miss Sandlin lives with her husband. Naval Lt. Glenn McDaniel, at 2511 Q street: N.W. Mary Becker, a violinist, whose cousin, Franklin H. May lives at 210 Spruce avenue, Takoma Park, Md„ also will appear on the pro gram as one of four featured artists. 24% Nazi Output Slump Blamed on Sickness By the Associated Press. NEW YORK. Dec. 16.—A pub lished report by the German Labor: Insurance Bureau that a 24 per cent ! drop in Reich industrial production' was caused by sickness in the last year has resulted in abolition of the bureau's statistical department, BBC said yesterday in a Czech-languagej broadcast reported by United States] Government monitors. The British radio said Dr. Karl Brandt, Reichs commissioner of: hygiene, “abolished the statistical! department of the bureau, dismissed all workers employed in the depart ment, and prohibited the publica tion of 11 medical journals” after disclosure of the figures a few days ago. I " Use it for your holiday baking-Fiaky pie crusts and delicious cookies, biscuits, waf fles. Easy to work with. Blends evenly. Extremely high shortening power.' 97% digestible. Pure, wholesome, nutritious. VBBBBnBBBBBBfflV r b wrn^ ru ie vse C ZZ"7i-^ f*J ,6'5Sv?S?z.. ^ und nixed ten f °Ur- U't rt'e Gold ^ By b*fc/no. 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