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Others just want to sing or cry or fight with their husbands or boy friends. It is worse than hard liquor because it is comparatively inexpensive and a customer is thus tempted to take on an overload, which causes terrible hangovers and absenteeism. Some of the outfits that were among the first to hit the beach at Guadalcanal are now over V here. And the marine airmen are still at it in the rain, mud, jungle. There are no women, and Columns Continue Raymond Clapper knew that when he set out with our naval striking forre he might he unable to' send any dispatches for many days. Some get frisky and go around hopping tables and looking for trouble, which begins with harsh w'ords among jealous bucks indoors and winds up in the alley. By RAYMOND CLATPER Munda, Solomon Islands TT IS ALREADY a long, hard J- war for most of the men out here.
As a young man I dedicated my life to missionary service in Bulgaria. Hence we , feel sure he would want us to print, posthumously, the columns that will appear during the next few days.
Ultimately there will have to be an international air authority to co-ordinate world flying regulations, routes and schedules.
The sheer mechanics of traffic make this necessary.
JH .00 .40 12.20 evening 8tar Journal 8 OH 4.40 2.20 Bunday Tribune ..... They could be national trouble-shooters and be held in reserve to be sent anywhere in the continental United States wherever needed to take over mines, factories, railroads, harvest fields or work in any place where a bottleneck occurs to hamper the war effort. r Usually they have a jook in the corner, but sometimes, out along the country roads on Saturday nights, they have a three-handed band to churn things up. Smoke, drinks, fumes from the cook-stove and sometimes from the gas-heater, too, and no ventilation except when some new customers mo in or a party staggers out, bumping into tables and doors and everyone saying, "Lemme drive.
These men could be trained oy the army in camps that now are being closed; they could receive army pay, privileges and rations.
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7.00 4.00 2.00 VOLUME LXVI NUMBER 61 Nobody can learn anything about taverns by attending interesting discussions at Vas&ar or Tha Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to tha us for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited to this paper, and also tha local newa published herein. I IT IS MINNEAPOLIS STAR JOURNAL THE NORTHWEST' S LARGEST NEWSPAPER ' CIRCULATION MORE THAN 240,000 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1944 Published Dally Except Sunday at 427 Sixth Avenue S. That is why I am deeply concerned about what is transpiring in Bulgaria. They were Grover Loening, pioneer aircraft engineer, manufacturer and flier, and W. English, assistant vice president of Trans-Canada Airlines. (15) by tha Minneapolis Star Journal and Tribun Company. I was deeply disturbed the other day when I read this A. dispatch, "All of Central Sofia wrecked," "The former British legation destroyed." That means my home, which borders the British legation, must be wrecked. It is for these innocent multitudes all over Europe that I plead. From their addresses before the Minneapolis Foreign Policy association emerged a fairly clear picture of the Immediate problems of postwar international civil aviation. I received my education in Bulgaria, England and the United States. Shall we who are fighting for the establishment of the Four Freedoms follow the pattern of those that have destroyed freedom? Other manuscripts may have been found among his effects aboard the ship from which he flew to his death. Clapper wrote: "Some people in Washington feel there is not sufficient awareness at home of how much our men are doing; and in what a living hell they must sometimes do it." His inistlan was to help increase thet awareness. Some sit alone getting glassy-eyed and pale until Samaritan sisters help them through the door marked "ladies" or "powder room" or cutely "her." " In some states the taverns sell only beer and wine, and in others they deal in cocktails and straight bar whisky. Xeto England taverns deal a line of cider, too, Already a Most Men Long, Hard War for in Pacific Clapper Give Bulgaria a Break To the Editor: I am an American citizen, born in Bulgaria. So he wirelessed a few columns in advance from New Guinea, from Munda, from Guadalcanal, and from aboard an aircraft carrier. When a man couldn't stand up any more, it was time to go home. ROOSEVELT CERTAINLY HAS MISSED AN IMPORTANT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THIS GREAT LAND OF OURS. They are an institution which was never to return to our fair land after prohibition was repealed, except that, whereas the old institution was strictly stag and usually on a corner, the tavern is co-ed and everywhere.