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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 25, 1946, Image 8

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BUYS A LOT
OF ECONOMY
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is good for any
cooking purpose
they’re brushed dean,
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even shape, reduce
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Richard E. K*irst*r, Jr.
Moral Regeneration
Sole Hope, Eisenhower
Tells Chaplains
! warning that the world "was going
|through an era of “doubt, confusion,
fear and mutual suspicion,” Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower yesterday
told a group of religious leaders
that "moral regeneration” was
needed now more than during the
war.
The Army Chief of Staff bluntly
told the General Commission on
Army and Navy Chaplains at a hotel
Statler luncheon:
“Except for moral regeneration
throughout the world, there is no
hope for us, and we are going to
disappear one day in the dust of an
atomic explosion.”
Gen. Eisenhower, and Admiral
Chester W. Nimitz. Chief of Naval
Operations, praised the service chap
lains, especially for their war work,
but pointed to the continuing need
for such leadership.
Dynamic Leadership Needed.
Gen. Eisenhower declared that “a
good chaplain is worth more than
his weight in gold, but a poor one
defeats by his example the very
precepts he attempts to teach.
“The chaplain is no good,” he ex
plained, “who spends his time in a
negative way to keep men from sin.
We are all against sin. What we
need today is dynamic force, con
structive force to lead the world.
The chaplain today has a more im
portant job than ever.”
Favoring eventual “disarmament,
for which we all pray,” the chief of
staff called for “mutual tolerance,
understanding and sympathy for the
other fellow's point of view,” adding,
“we need to train our own minds
along lines implicit in the Christian
religion.”
Admiral Nimitz said that, as of
April 18, there were 1,526 regular
and reserve chaplains on active
naval duty, of whom 177 were in
the regular Navy. The Navy should
have 381 regular Navy chaplains
now, he said, and 481 a year from
nowf.
Ill Chaplains Decorated.
“We are proud of the fine record
of our Navy, chaplains in the war,”
he declared. “Because of the natur e
of their services, their actual con
tribution to victory cannot be sat
isfactorily estimated, but the men
whom the chaplains accompanied
into battle or encouraged during
the tedium of war behind the lines
will be eternally grateful for the
spiritual comfort and inspiration
they received.”
Relating the self-sacrifice of
Chaplain George S. Rentz who vol
antarily swam away from a drifting
pontoon of survivors of the ill-fated
IT. S. S. Houston on February 28.
1942, to give his own life "so that
Jthers might have a better chance
at survival,” Admiral Nimitz said
11 other Navy chaplains were killed
in action. He reported 111 Navy
chaplains had been decorated for
‘heroism and outstanding service.”
The Rt. Rev. Henry K. Sherrill,
Episcopal Bishop of Massachusetts,
chairman of the commission on
Army and Navy chaplains, presiding,
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“You may have to chase all over town to find sheets
these days, but you can find most of the things you
need in the YELLOW PAGES — your classified
telephone directory. Let your head save your heels
.. . use the YELLOW PAGES whenever you want to
know where-to-buy-it.”
The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company
explained the organization repre
sented 30 Protestant denominations
which provided more than 60 per
cent of the chaplains to the armed
forces.
1,500 Occupation Jobs
Offered to Army Men
By th» Associated Press
TOKYO, April 25.—Fifteen hun
dred civilian jobs in Japan and
Korea have been offered to Army
personnel eligible for discharge.
Basic salaries for clerical-trans
lator work run from $200 to $400
monthly, plus 25 per cent for over
seas duty.
Also provided are time-and-a-half
for overtime beyond 40 hours a week.
30 days paid vacation annually, 15
days annual sick leave, free living
quarters, recreation, transportation
and medical care. Meals will cost
25 cents each.
Other Inducements include the
privilege of bringing dependents to
Japan at Government expense.
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Lt. Col. Kathleen McClure
Awarded Legion of Merit
Lt. Col. Kathleen McClure was
awarded the Legion of Merit yester
day for her work in developing per
sonnel policies at the War Depart
ment.
She was a member of the Person
nel Division from March, 1944, to
last February. Among new policies
for which she was responsible was
one which provided for direct non
combat appointment of certain of
ficers and another for more effec
tive use of the Women’s Army Corps.
Col. McClure enlisted in the
WACS in 1942 and was a member of
the first officer candidate class.
Prior to that time she was engaged
in newspaper advertising in Seattle.
Dr. Thomas Mann
Has Chest Operation
By the Associated Press
CHICAGO, April 25.—Dr. Thomas
Mann, npted author and lecturer,
underwent a chest operation yester
day and was described by officials
of Billings Memorial Hospital as
"resting comfortably.”
Dr. Mann came here 12 days ago
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Green Beans, Beets. Peas, Peaches or Pears,
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Soup, Chicken Soup, Vegetables 6c Beet.
\ egctables 6c Lamb, Custard Pudding or
Pineapple Pudding.
JUNIOR FOODS. Vegetables & Lamb, Vege
tables and Beef, Spinach, Green Beans. Car*
§|&: rots. Beets, Prunes,Vegetable Soup, Chicken
kaver Soup, Raisin Rice Pudding.
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N-. f r
for a physical examination from his
home in Los Angeles. He will be
71 June 6.
The war is over but the fight for
the four freedoms goes on. First of
the freedoms for the average man Is
freedom from want.
FROSTED
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WHEREVER FROSTED FOODS ARE
SOLD
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