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THE KALONA NEWS Nothing Stops War Pipe Line Gang When a petroleum pipe line is being built to supply war industries with the precious fluid, nothing stops the pipe line gangs. Right: A rock ditch being blasted at a river crossing somewhere in the Carolinas. Left: A gang prepares to bend a 12-inch pipe in the mountain area of Alabama. Bending the pipe to conform with the terrain is tough work. The completed Plantation Pipe line, from Baton Rouge, La., to Bremen, Ga., and Greensboro, N. C., has some 1,200 miles of pipe. Argentina's Bumper Crop---of Bayonets Argentina is keeping her military machine well oiled, for she knows she will not be spared from attack when- ever the Axis powers deem it advisable. The perfect marching order of these marines shows a high potential of precision and fighting power. Insetv A few of Argentina's modern warships. Fortunately Argentina has more than a token navy to safeguard her shores. Their Job to Hide Armament Plants Latest Grandson !> .~ the piping times of peace, these stylists and expert technicians devised l~xtdry lines for new passenger cars, Now they are work fung a large Detroit automobile company's camouflage section, developing means of disguising Important buildings so enemy airmen cannot spot them. It's a tough Job to hide a 10 or 20-acre munitions plant, but these boys can do it. Above, they are working on a diorama~ changing the aP- pearance of the entire countryside. , ......... ~ ~ ~ ',-; Chinese Cadets Feted in Phoenix The Dowager Queen M~ry, er of King George el, Is shown hold- ing her latest grandchild, the infant son of the duke and duchess of Gloucester. .,,, j , From London Chinese cadets are receiving advanced flying Instruction under the expert tu~ek~ge of American air instructors. In honor of these cadets, residents of Pho:~ntx, Ariz., gave a party for the boys at the Central Baptist ehurclt. Pimto shows Capt. Tsend Ching Lan, commandant of ti~e Chinese e~deis, cutting the cake at the party. John G. Winant, United S~atea ambassador to the Court of St.. James, shown as hc was inter: viewed by members of t~e press ul~on his arrival in New York. Two members of tl:e famous feuding families, the Hatfields and MeCoys, take the pledge to Izury the ax--in the Axis. They are Cabell HatfieId anti Edward La Port, whose mother was a McCoy. They are shown at Cimrleston, W. Vs., where they signed up with the marines. Both arc 19 and come from Matewan, W. Va. Capt. R. W. Gordon, left, and his aide look on. Ready for Japs in Pacific War Zone Among the first pictures to reach the United States showing Amer- ican bombing planes which have seen action against the Japanese is this shot nf a flying fortress crew boarding their plane preparatory to starting a bombing raid over enemy territory in the Pacific war zone. Note the man at the right wearing an "Aussie" hat. Crack Legend of Nazi 'Invincibility' ~ ~ ........... ~ :~ii~ ~ii~ ~i~i~i i~i~il i:~I:.~'~:'':~:~:~ ,~ l ji!ii ........ i ~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::2: ii!i~! i!!i ~!~!!i~i~iii~iiiiiiii~iiii~iiii ~!!~iiiii!il),i!iiiii!ii!!i!iii!~iiii~ i~i]~ ii!iii Long delayed by wartime censorship and transportation difficulties, this possibly historic photo finally reaehefl the U. S. via Moscow and London. The picture shows infantrymen "of the Red army making their first counter-offensive that has smashed the legend of Nazi invincibility. These men captured Rostov-on-Don, key to the Caueast:s. Lieut. Gen. Joseph Stillwell of the U. S. army who was appointed as chief of staff under GeneralisMmo Chiang Kai-shek in Chungking, China. Echoes of 1917 Master Sergeant Dorrence Mann of Council Bluffs, Iowa, shown lead- ing the second A.E.F. to arrive in Northern Ireland to reinforce first A.E.F. in Ulster. Mann saw action overseas in World War I with Gen- eral MacArthur's famous Rainbow division. Wants Wings All-American halfback for Notre Dame in 1940, Robert Saggau is now an aviation cadet at Corpus Christi, Texas. He is shown in flight toga in front of a training plane Pattern No. Z9412 CLEVER flower holders like these are grand for gifts or your own use--and they are such fun to make. Complete directions i ~hen E~r~e~son Forgot ] Longfellow and Emerson were friends for 50 years. When Long- fellow died, Emerson went to his friend's funeral. Passing the cas- ket, Emerson paused a moment~ and in a pathetic manner ex- claimed: "I have forgotten the man's name who lies there, but he was a great soul." are given, ~s are painting sugges- tions. Use jig, coping or keyhole saw to cut these from thin wood, assemble and paint. Plant a flow- er or succulent in a pair of these, and give as a gift. $ Outlines for the two sizes, large and small, of the tiger, bear, pig and duck come on pattern Z9412, 15 cents. Send our order to: AUNT MARTHA BOX 166-W Kansas City, MO. Enclose 15 cents for each pattern desired. Pattern No ............... Name ....................o......~... Address ........................ ..... Pull the Trigger on Constipation, with Ease for Stomach, too When constipation br~gs on discom- fort after meals, stomach upset, bloating, dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, a~,d had breath, your stomach is probably crying the blues" because your bowels don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull the trigge~ on those lazy bowels, com- bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease to your stomach in taking. For years. many Doctors have given pepsin prepa- rations in their prescriptions to make medicine more agreeable to a touchy stomach. So be sure your laxative con- talus Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cald- well'~ Laxative Senna combined w!th Syru~ Pepsin. See how wonderfully me Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your intestines to bring wel- come relief from constipation. And the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa- five so comfortable and easy on your stomach. Even finicky children love the taste of this pleasant family laxative. Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna com- bined with Syrup Pepsin. as directed on label or as your doctor advises, and feel world's better. Get genuine Dr. C~dwell's. T~sWhat a joy to get relief from a cough due to a cold. Get it with Smith Brothers Cough Drops [ .I --the famous drops that contain a special blend ~ ',~k~' of soothing ingredients. Two kinds, Black or ~= "- Menthol. O~/y a nickel cbtwks that tickle. ~ ' ,tl,/~ MITI! BROS. COUGll DROPS At the Best, But Two Out I Two brothers, m !very much alike, I tered at school. i "Are you two twins: 1 i teaeher, smiling at the i "No, ma'am, we're the lads in unison. "You certainly look turned the schoolmarm" Then as the :their forms, the ~hey gave the same "But you said yet you have the same she queried. "Ti~at's right, we replied one, "we're triplets." PURE-WHITE YOU CAN ~ Help By Buying indigestion. has ADI.A TabletS. In recent ' 86 than the other of brands