More Safety Devices Are
Demanded for Sailors
LONDON—The safety of seamen
past become a matter of even great
;nr contern to all government. it
w stressed by the joint Maritime
Emission of the international la
, omce at a meeting here.
3 No expense consideration should
I‘. allowed to stand in the way of
’0 most effective means for pro
}hcting the crews of merchantmen.
p was stated, and ofﬁcials of the
:United Nations will be so informed
U the soonest possible moment.
‘ Among the improvements the
mmission recommended were
mechanically operated davits, suit
able compasses. signal pistels. wa-
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Walla Walla Canning Company
terproo! charts an?! 15: .a’ppoﬁifmen‘t
of special government inspectors of
Representatives of the owners
were told by a spokesman for the
seamen that all idea of charity
ought to be eliminated in the treat
ment of seamen in port where, he
said, they were entitled to the same
respect as that accorded other mem
bers of the community.
Yugoslav: Claim Nazis
Slew All in 16 Villages
LONDON—The Yugoslav govern.
ment in exile here reported that 16
villages in German-occupied Slove
nia had been obliterated and all
their om shot for violation
of occupation riﬂes.
Vice Premier J. Krek said the
government was unable to obtain an
estimate or the number slain, but
be declared: “The Germans recent-
Lv have deported 160,000 Slovenes,
including the most prominent scien
tists, teachers and physicians. to PO
- Serbia and Croatia after
shooting 1,064 hostages in Maribor
In the part of Slovenia occupied
by the Italians, 130,000 men have
been put into concentration camps,
410 hostages slain and. 42 villages
burned recently. he added.
“The Moscow radio broadcast a re
port that Yugoslav guerrillas had
killed 500 Italian oﬂ‘lcers and men
and wounded 200 in the last two
Is It Any Wonder Marion
. Did Forget That Name?
LONDON, OWL—Perhaps there
was a good reason why 'a woman
who was booked as “Marion Dale”
in city court here told Magistrate
Menzies that she couldn't remem
ber her real name. .
Appearing on a- charge of drunk
enness and a later charge of failing
to have a registration certiﬁcate, she
was given a ’one-day remand, in the
hope she would brush up on her
mm (NAIR: COURIER-3mm
ﬁ'foﬁowm rg morning the name
came out. With considerable dim
culty the court stenographer cot it
down as Mary Dygdalewicr. No
body tried to pronounce it. But
Mary D. offered no defense to the
charge and pleaded guilty to both.
Average Life of Canary
The average life of the canary is
between 12 and 15 years. although
some birds have been known to live
18 years. Usually with advancing
years birds begin to molt irregular
ly or lose part of the feathers en.
tirely. Even their eyesight is im
It is not generally known that a
lawyer once became a saint. Tour.
ists at Treguier in Brittany may see
a stained glass window in the cathe
dral there. given by the American
Bar association to honor St. Yves.
the only lawyer to become a saint.
Bicycle Tourists in Germany
Bicycle travel in Germany is
much favored by visitors, who may
tent a cycle for a week for lesi
than $2, and who can avoid a
:edious stretch of road by taking it
on the train at a rate of 28 cents
for every 180 miles.
Lawyer Once a Saint
Of course you want that new bath
room. But I“ now, !or raw ma
terials are going Into Wat equip
ment and tools for our Boys on the
battle front. But your investment in
Wnr Bonds today wﬂl nuy tho: new
bathroom when the War is won.
It you have not. done so. jom the
Payroll Savings Plan at your ofﬁce
or factory today. Put ten percent
or more of your earnings in War
Bonds and get back 54 to: $3 from
Uncle Sam. Let's “Top ant 'l'en
Peanut-u U. S. Tran-r, Dam-um
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Rosebud is CHM. and the most
beautiful shade of caramel fudge.
1% her loving Mammy and Pappy
she is known, on approximately al
ternate days. as "Angel" and “You
devil child". It was on her devil
child days that Rosebud tied the
knots in the shirts that Mammy had
taken in for washing, and poured the
whole of the vanilla bottle into the
lamb stew. just. she said later
through bitter tears. to “ﬂavor it up
On her angel days Rosebud is
equally imaginative even if a more
restful occupant of the little shack
down on Vinegar Hill. Once when
Mammy was out
doing day work.
Rosebud got a
wave of cleaning
' g, fever and scoured
. every pot and pan
‘7’ in the kitchen so
‘ that they literally
er day. left alone.
she tidied up
Manuny's and Pappy's room to such
a pomt of apple-pie order that it was
a week before Pappy could and an
Rosebud is a great reader of the
newspapers. Mammy and Pappy
don't take one. but there are plenty
of perfectly good newspapers blow
ing round Vinegar Hill. It was out
at one of them that Rosebud got her
idea for spending the ten cents the
Bunny had put under her pillow the
night her tooth came out. After break
tas Rosebud disappeared down
the Hill and reappeared soon after
with a beautiful ten-cent War Stamp
pasted tlrmly into a brand-new book
with neat little squares for more
stamps. She displayed her invest
ment to Mammy. “I declare you‘re
an angel child." Mammy said. Rose
bud went on sitting on the kitchen
ﬂoor staring with large brown eyes
at the empty squares in her book.
From tlme to time she took hold of
one or another of her teeth and
wiggled it. gently.
Mammy was engrossed in a par
ticularly big washing. “Rosebud was
as quiet as a mouse and Mammy
forgot about her until, coming in
from the yard with her arms full of
dry sheets. she encountered her child
with a large hammer in her hand.
Scenting the devil in her angel child.
Mammy shouted at her, _“Rosebud!
Come yere with that hammer! What
you planning an doing?"
But what was done was done. In
Bosebud's other hand was another
moth. Ber mouth was stretched in
a broad it slightly bloody smile. “I
ain't doing nothing. Mammy.“ she
said. .:‘l'm just ﬁlling up my stamp
(Story tram an actual report in
the tiles) of the Treasury Depart
Say yeo. Toke your choice ‘3 W“
Bumps. Your meow-ent h Wot
tomorrow. (1.: T'emry Demmu
The baby him: chair was invented
by a Swede in the Sixteenth cen
tury so that his 10-mouthn—old In
could dine with him in common.
hands and calla to remove stalna
caused by vegetable preparation
and general cleaning.
boys who mum untrea
The Nazarene chard: will ring
the Baptist chulch will ring the
Bethlehem English Lutheran
FIRST ENGLISH 1.07881
Second and Auburn
P. J. Luvaas; “his!"
Sunday school. 10:15 a.m. Mrs.
W. 1". Hanson, amt.
Morning Service 11:15 with 3
Mother's Day sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to
BT. PAUL'S EPISOOPAL
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B». Loo VI. Dyna
Thursday— Women’s guild at
the home of Mrs. Jay Perry.
Sunday, second after Easter:
Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. noun
ing Prayer, sermon. 10:00.
Bible school 9:45 a.m. l
Church service, 11:00 a.m. ‘
Sermon theme: “The Mother of
Our Lord.” 1
ThePilgrimHolineu church is
ringingthe Nazarene church bell
tist church will ring the Bethleo
hem Lutheran Church hell.
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD
10:00 a.m. Sunday school. ‘
11:00 a.m. Morning worship.
7:45 a.m. Evangelistic service. 1
8:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible
1:30 p.m. Children’s service.
This service will be conducted in‘
Thursday, May ..
the Assembly of God .~
Pasco this week. M
Our new location is on K
wick Ave.. one block a“ g
Commercm hotel. ‘.
You are welcome. ‘ o
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Paco. Cot. 4th and u.“
Services at 1:00am. ever,
day. Subject for May 9th. «‘2
and Fallen Man.” Golden Mk
Corinthians 15:22 “A; h “
all die, ever. so in Christ in
be made alive." » .
Unity Mot-plum c“
The Unity Center of Y‘-
announces classes at Mon. h
roe dress shop on every “
night at 8:00 o'clock. Th h.
Beulah Scott. pastor.
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