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FLAVOR ^ ££ MEAT-SCANT MEALS Hankering for good beefy taste? Enjoy a tasty plate of STEERO bouillon — or make delicious beefy gravy — | with STEERO. Made I with REAL beef extract. I Try it today! Torso Murders Increase Berlin Wartime Horrors By the Associated Press. MADRID, Jan. 20.—A Berlin war time horror, a torso murderer, who apparently strikes during bombing raids, was disclosed yesterday by a police appeal in German newspapers for aid in discovering two missing heads. * • Workers cleaning up bomb debris have found in different houses the torsos of a woman of about 30 and a girl about 8. Two days earlier a customs guard at the Swiss frontier found their arms and legs in a suitcase aboard the Berlin-Basil express. The grue some work apparently was done by some one with a knowledge of sur gery, the German accounts said. Sing while you bake "Monday, Sunday, always" using Plain and Self-Rising Get the Enriched Washington Flour habit and you’ll ALWAYS have perfect results. You can not go wrong with the right Flour, and Enriched Washington Flour is the Flour made expressly for family baking. The special growth of which it is made insures that. It's GUARANTEED! to give you better satisfaction in every baking than any other Flour you have ever used or your MONEY BACK. It's ENRICHED! —supercharged with the vital food elements which give to WHITE Flour ALL the nutrition of whole wheat—vitamin Bl, niacin, iron, cal cium—health-building elements. Use PLAIN and SELF-RISING Plain for all purposes. SELF-RISING for making biscuits, waffles, shortcakes, and all the dainties—without baking powder. The purest leavening phosphates are added at the mill, 't our Self-Rising doughs are ready for the oven “in a jiffy.” Keep the 'Pantry Pals' on hand h nr sale by AI.I, independent grocers, chain stores, markets, delicatessens. Ask for En riched Washington Flour by the full name. New Time for the most interesting and instructive local program on the air "Americana Quiz" Same Station-WMAL Same day—Sunday New Hour-2 P.M. Wilkins-Rogers Milling Co. w"hinc<t0B U. S. Preparedness Against Future Wars Is Urged by Wilson By the Associated Press. NEW YORK, Jan. 30 —Leader* ol industry, Government and the armed services would like to make certain America is never again caught short by the sudden on slaught of war. The latest proposal,, that the armed services and industry team to keep this country forever pre pared and equipped with the latest in weapons, came last night from Charles E. Wilson, vice chairman -of the War Production Board and former president of General Elec tric. It dovetailed with the suggestion of Secretary of the Navy Knox that compulsory military training be a postwar project, and with industry outlines of plans for postwar stock piles of raw materials vital for war. Mr. Wilson, in an address capping a series of similarly aimed speeches before the annual meeting of the Army Ordnance Association, urged that the Nation “maintain at all times leadership in the technical and operational superiority of the implements of war.” Barrier te Aggression. “Should the world know that we were in that position, that we were determinedly keeping the fires of scientific and developmental effort burning, and that we were ready to shift our industry quickly to the production of these thoroughly tested and proven superior weapons, the probabilities of another Mus solini, Hitler or Tojo undertaking to conquer the world will be much more remote,” he declared. Rear Admiral George F. Hussey, Jr., new chief of the Naval Ord nance Bureau, commented that the Nation must regard the years to come "not as postwar years but as prewar years.” MaJ. Gen. L. H. Campbell. Jr., Army chief of ordnance, urged maintenance of “our industrial su premacy.” Gen. Campbell, Admiral W. H. P. Blandy. former naval chief of ordnance, and Industrialist Tom M. Girdler were honored with cita tions for their parts in the war effort. Gen. Campbell’s comments, along with those of earlier speakers, par alleled Mr. Wilson's declaration that: “We should henceforth mount our national policy upon the solid fact of an Industrial capacity for war. and a research capacity for war • • * anything less is foolhardy.” Urges Complete Preparedness. Mr. Wilson said he was aware ‘sentiments such as these have tra ditionally been met by the cry of warmonger’ and answered: "I am convinced that had our country possessed this type of setup, it would have been the most effect ive insurance against the Pearl Har bor attack. What I am here pre senting is the harnessing of the technology and the science of the services and of industry—for com plete preparedness ’’ “We are in world politics to stay, whether we like it or riot,” he com mented. Mr. Wilson added that he did not advocate large armed forces, but only a nucleus of men trained in the operation of the newst weapons. “I am not proposing a doctrine of aggression and brutality,” Mr. Wil son asserted, “simply a realistic point of view, that the tendency to war is inevitable, just as the human tendency to disease is inevitable.” Pope's Broadcast Urges Work to Save Society Bt tb* Associated Prana. NEW YORK, Jan. 20 —The Vati can radio said in a broadcast to Ger many last night that Pope Pius XII told members of the Catholic no bility in Rome yesterday how they could work for "the salvation of human society." The broadcast, reported to the Of fice of War Information, gave this version of the Pope's statement at a special audience: "You wish to be guardians of the true tradition that honors your fam ilies by beloved sons and daughters. If that is so, then the duty and honor fall to you to contribute toward the salvation of human so ciety by preserving it both from the sterility-to which wretched minds— falsely jealous of the past—would like to condemn it, as well as from the catastrophe into which it would be guided and led by reckless ad venturers and phophets with hal lucinations of a vain and false fu ture." %afl«ns | he\p cUWdten gw ... .a8*8**** Wntfp^StE® t(k*lt l**1 tOOlSlE ROlts P\ Kentuckians Irked by Article Balancing Them With Japs 07 me Associated rress. FRANKFORT, Ky., Jan. 20—A solemn legislative committee listened yesterday while an Iowa farm maga zine article, subtitled “Kentuckians or Japs?” was read and blasted by the spokesmen of a dozen angered farm and labor representatives. The magazine, Wallace's Farmer, formerly edited by Vice President Wallace, now listed as “editor on leave,” reported that Iowa farmers had been asked if they wanted Ken tucky mountain farm families brought into their State to relieve a labor shortage. At the same time, the magazine said, the Iowans were i asked if they wanted Japanese-1 American farm families. The fact that more lowans pre ferred residents of Kentucky’s hill counties to Japs was no consolation. J. O. Matlick, Kentucky farm edi tor, branded as insults passages from the article printed as answers to the questions. He listed some typical answers as follows: "I don't trust the Japs and I don’t like Kentuckians. It seems we can manage if we get a little more ma chinery.” “Let's give our American-born i i I I ' Government rationing of tin ii the reason why we can no longer produce Gorton’s Ready-to-Fry Cod Fish Cakes. But when Peace comes, you will again be able to buy this popular product at your grocer's. CDCr If you have fi«h of any kind you’ll find our booklet of 134 deep sea recipes helpful. Free with label of any Gorton product. If you can't send one, mail name of giocer where you tried to buy Gorton’s. Send to Gorton Pew Fisheries. Gloucester, Mass. ! Cod Fish Cakes •uy Sands — Sows Fot - ■ _ WEATHER REPORT WASHINGTON AREA FAIR AND WARMER AUNT JEMIMA WEATHER WTntWs wea1her% I you'll sho'welcome | I my scrumptious | I Ainf Jemima I I Buckwheats IJ Slanqyyi .ith flavor \ sexfta- 1 atfn'fbr i 7/ess, | ^Ba$y-b^c% f and dee-lichus! V I Get both kinds of I I AunTjemima's I jl reC,focimiXf*/F sSbB I Red box for pancakes. J I Yellow box for buckwheats. I | WOT RATIONED | Jape a chance. They are more like us.” “Japs couldn't be satisfied here. Our ways are too different. Ken tuckians would blend completely with us in another generation." Mr. Matlick and others represent ing vocation education interests ad monished the Legislative Committee, a. joint Senate and House appro priations group, that “that’s the kind pf reputation we’re getting because were not educating our farmers.” rhe legislators were asked to con slder requests lor a larger vocational education budget. Kentucky’s bill country, where farmers finish their harvest early, has poured hundreds o 1 farm work ers into all sections ol the country to relieve critical labor shortages. Most of the recruiting was handled through the United States Employ ment Service. Mr. Matlick telegraphed Vice President Wallace and Kentucky Senators Barkley and Chandler and, reiemng tnem to the article, de clared "believe you will agree with us that Implied comparison war rants public, apology to, Ken tuckians.” Automotive Group Installs Robert L. Lewis has been installed as president of the Washington Au tomotive Trade Association. Other new officers are Joseph R. Trew, first vice president; Floyd D. Akers, second vice president; L. S. Jullien, treasurer, and Fred L. Haller, sec retary. ! ■ Adorn A, WmUw * Ami, AmIIhuh FURNITURE Living room, dining end breekfoit groups, onto, stndio bods, droasors, chests of drawers, tables, chairs, lamps, radial, spiral springs, inner spring mattresses, etc. By Auction AT WESCHLER’S 815 E ST. N.W. TOMORROW Commeneiaf it A O'clock A.N. — Plus 4c in Cush for USED FATS We Can’t Afford to Lit Up Now! BUY EXTRA WAR BONDS i • of the I 4th WAR LOAN' BEEF POINT VALUE REMINDER J CHUCK ROAST *. 7 p*. g RIB ROAST *0r b 6 p*. | BOUILLON ROAST lb 8 | ROUND STEAK_«» 10 *. 1 SIRLOIN STEAK_»• 8 m. PORTERHOUSE STEAK «. 9 I ZZ’h,Min I / BEEP I /ft? ' 32t'“ * 25*f / te-3”?-”^ - ^I^bI». *20e| / 'J%T201 I H ^***2!5e2 "* "IA T*IP BACoW lb. 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