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Buy •ST Park & Tilford Face Powder, % for new glamor . . . today! ku \ find your color group j CROUP 1 (FAIR) ^ CROUP Z>(MFDIUM)^QROup S^fDARK) | 'raturai um sum mtciow rachu »»"* imn In YOUR GROUP choose the darker shades for daytime, the lighter for evening. Buy Defense STAMPS and STAMP Out the Axis D. C. Flyer Returning With 5 Decorations, But Minus Beard By THOMAS R. HENRY, Star Staff Correspondent. HEAVY BOMBER BASE IN ENG LAND. — Tech. Sergt. Egbert R. Rude, 3410 A street S.E., radio operator and gunner on the Pica dilly Queen, which was long one of the best-known Flying Fortresses in England, now is on his way home with five decorations—but minus his famous brown beard. It all started with a modest goatee which the former Federal Works Agency accountant started when he first came to England. In the face of much “kidding,” he came to re gard it as a good luck emblem and swore that he would not shave it until he had completed the tour of missions required for heavy bomber combat men in this theater. It required a lot of fortitude to keep this vow, for if there is any place where a beard is inconvenient and uncomfortable, it is five miles high at 50 below zero, where the air is so thin that It is necessary to wear an oxygen mask all the time. The mask fits tightly over the face. The breath congeals against the beard and forms icicles, and the result is a rather painful ordeal until the plane comes down into a strata of breathable air again. Went on “Tough" Missions.” On the Picadilly Queen, Sergt. Rude took part in some of the toughest missions over Germany, in cluding the bombing of the Focke Wulf factory at Mariensburg and the ball-bearing works at Schwein furt. He also had part in raids over Munster, Bremen and Ludwigs hafen and has been awarded the Air Medal, Three Oak Clusters and the Distinguished Flying Cross. It was Just after Sergt. Rude had completed his tour that the Picadilly Queen, which had piled up the rare record of 31 missions without a single turn-back, went down. An other crew was, flying it that day and all were lost. A German fighter had dived in to attack it. The ball turret gunner hit the Nazi plane. The pilot must also have been hit, because the enemy plane went com pletely out of control. It zoomed up madly and hit the right wing of the “Queen,” shearing it off. Both planes went down in a spin together. The Fortress had previ ously shot down eight enemy planes and had more than 85 tons of bombs. spaniel Constant Companion. When Sergt. Rude first came to England he was signed to another plane with which he made his first two missions. The crew had a mas cot—a little black spaniel. One day Sergt. Rude was left behind. The ship went down and all the crew were lost. He adopted the dog and it has been his constant companion in England. Sergt. Rude is an amateur pho tographer and painter. He wants to take up one of these hobbles as his profession when he gets back to Washington after the war. But for the present, he says, his chief ambi tion is “to take my 5-year-old son fishing.” The 34-year-old gunner and radio operator has been overseas since June. His wife, Mrs. Eva Rude, said yesterday she expects him home al most any time now. Formerly a commercial artist, Sergt. Rude at tended the National Art School and Corcoran Art School in Washington. He was employed by the Treasury Department and the Federal Works Administration before he entered the air forces. Red Cron accounts are audited by the War Department of tbe United States. \ For Those in Service / u Evening, Sundey \ V Appointment* V 7 for your v N Convenience ,J \ Thursday 'til 9 P. M. / / Sunday 12 to 4 P. M. 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The new regulation, effective April 6, provides specific dollars-and cents maximum prices for approxi mately 200 models of still cameras relieve muscular soreness and tight ness, fits of coughing in the night. Tonight, at bedtime, ssimum rub on time-tested ▼ v*?oa® fYour family will adore these delicate white wine flavored chicken croquettes. RECIPE: Mix 6 cups fluffy white bread crumbs, 'fa cup chopped celery tops, 3 tbsps. minced onion, 1 'fa cups chopped cooked chicken, 1 tsp. salt, '/4 tsp. pepper, and 'fa tsp. poultry seasoning. Add 'fa cup white wine, 2 tbsps. melted margarine or butter, 1 beaten egg. Mix, shape into croquettes, place in greased shallow pan, brush with melted mar garine. Bake in hot oven (430°) about 25 minutes or until lightly browned. Serves 4 to 6. Serve White Wine at table. With chicken / or fish, serve glasses of chilled delicate- I flavored white wine, the same good wine ? used in the recipe above. Ask your wine / dealer for one of the excellent white table wines grown here in our own country. Wine Advisory Board, San Francisco 5. ^ Before oil else-BUY BONDS and numerous types of movie cam eras, projectors, enlargers and ex posure meters. For all other, ma terials a formula for computing ceilings is provided. The regulation replaces a “freese" order now in effect pegging prices at March, 1942, levels. OPA said, however, that the new measure will hold prices at the same Nation wide level as during that period, but is expected to eliminate localized inequalities that have resulted under the freeze order. As at present, the ceilings are binding for sales by private owners as well as dealers. American and Allied soldiers eat approximately half a million meals a month in American Red Cross chibs - in England. Dr. John J. Field DENTIST 4067th St. N.W ME. 9256 Third Floor, Woolworth Building Prom tho West mores In Hollywood comes 1 (boe/ujlo. 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