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Standards Hearing Postponed Again November 3 instead of October 6 is the new date set for the hearing on identity standards' for macaroni, spaghetti, and related products. Revision of the orig inal proposals, published in the Federal Register of . August 29, 1941, has also been made. The hearing will commence at 10 Are you considering joining a MILITARY SERVICE ? Why not choose the NAVAL RESERVE! AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT by the Secretary of the Navy “All men now enlisting In the Naval Reserve will be retained on 0 Cefetf active Navy duty throughout the period of the national emergency, VI but they will be released to inactive duty as soon after the emer- | JjjfflHU gency as their services can be spared, regardless of the length of \ time remaining In their snHftmsnL’’^^ HERE IS THE OPPORTUNITY not necessary), you can join as a petty officer In any case, it is your chance of a lifo+n™. juij THOUSANDS OF MEN right away with higher pay and allowances. to lead a healthy, exciting life.. .your chance Also, if you have two or more years of college to travel... and at the same time build a solid HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR credits, there are special opportunities to be- foundation for your future. 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Literary Study Group Considers Topics An organization meeting of the Literary Study Group will be held in the library at 6.00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 14. Suggested topics of study are “American Literature,” and “The Development of the Modern No vel.” Further suggestions will De discussed at the meeting Tuesday. Friday, October lb, 1941 Stringed Orchestra Totals 12 Members Greenbelt’s stringed orchestra now totals 12 members, and Mail meet each Friday night under the direction of Henri Sokolov, who will also act as their instructor. Eight instruments were pur chased at the meeting last Friday. More instruments will be on dis play at the meeting tonight.