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TWELVE NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940 TELEPHONE 7 io | Here’s to Health! T h e re's nothing like a generous daily quota o f rich,, finest grade m ilk to build a child's body into h e a l t h an d strength.. And w ith m ilk th a t- ta s te s as good as ours it’s no. h a r d s h ip to get ;youi' child into proper m ilk - d r in k in g h a b it s .' .Just order enough\sp th a t h e can h a v e h i s fav o ­ rite drin k w itS 'e v e r y m e a l and in-betw e e n tim e s tool . C IT Y D A IR Y Phone 26 a G e n u in e S im m o n s Simmons B L u t v l & i K i t u j , AND BOX SPRING TO MATCH W i l l L e t Y o u S l e e p B e t t e r BOX SPRING or MATTRESS $ 2 4 50 each Genuine Simmons Ihnerspring Mattress and Box Spring. Prices as low as 19 .95 each PARKER’S 116 E. MILLER Next to Grange Hall NEWARK'S SIMMONS HEADQUARTERS Where Convenient Terms Can Be Arranged ON APPLES ' i Albany — Discovery by th e ' S ta te Traffic B u reau of a n u n i n ­ ten tio n a l erro r m ade by ra il­ road com p a n ies 111 their freig h t tariffs will result in lowering the; cost of shipping New York S t a t e ! apples and pears to .m u them points. T h e In t e r s ta te Commerce Com mission som e years ago p e r ­ m itted the earners, to increase certain of th e ir freig h t , ra te s but lim ited th e increase o n ag r icu ltu r a l products, to five per cent. T h r o u g h an erro r in publishing th e tariffs early th is year, apples an d pears w ere dropped into a classification w h ich increased the ra te s 10 per cent on those products. T h e railroads have ju s t in ­ form ed the Traffic B u reau of the D e p a rtm e n t of ' A g riculture an d M a rkets th a t apples and pears will be restored to the lower level effective Dec. 5. The Traffic B u reau cited exam ­ ples of savings to New York shippers as follows from L y n - donville. O rleans County, and B a rker. N iagara County, typical apple shipping stations: To Nashville, Tenn.. present ra t e 70 cents ' per h u n d r e d pounds, new rate. 67 cents; to j A tlan ta. G a .. a reduction from i 84 cents to 80 cbnts,: to Column , b ia. S. C„ a reduction from 79 - c j n t s to 76-cents, t ‘ o— ■ —= — - Leaders to Obtain Recognition Pins At 4-H Banquet 4-H leaders of W ayne County i will receive recognition pins an d certificates a t the A n n u a l Lead- < e rs B a n q u e t F riday evening,. Nov. 15. at Sodus G r a n g e Hall. Prof A lbert Hoefer, assistan t sta te club leader of Cornell U n i­ versity will speak on “L e a d e r­ sh i p '’. Mrs. Louise Locktier, c h a ir m a n of 4-H Executive Com m ittee, will be m istress of cerem o n ies an d in charge of th e program Two o r three 4-H m e m b e rs selected as the o u t ­ sta n d in g speakers in. the recen t i 4-H speaking contest, will -be ’ invited to speak a t the banquet. A c h ievem e n t certificates and pir.s\ of bronze, silver and gold will be aw a rded by th e E x e c u ­ tive to .all 4-H leaders com p let- serviee. C O LIFEBUOY SOAP 2 for 7 C W ITH COUPON 50c'■ GLYCERINE AND ROSE WATER HAND LOTION Large 23° Size W ITH COUPON BUY NOW and SAVE THURS., F R I , SAT., ONLY SUPER - CUT RATE 120 E. UNION ST. NEWARK ALUMINUM HAIR CURLERS Spring Lock 4 for 8 C REPEAT OFFER FREE SERVING TRAY with 1 25c CHIPSO at . . . 1 9 i f t * HOREHOUND DROPS 13c .50 SANITARY NAPKINS 39,c 35c ATWOODS BITTERS FOR RHEUMATICS RUX or WILLIAMS COMPOUND as advertised in the Rochester ^Tjmes-Union. n ^ 30c HILLS COLD TABS. W arning p a r e n t s of young ch ild r e n th a t w h o p p ing cough is a serious -menace an d am o n g th e com m u n icable diseases -of childhood is th e leading cause o f d e a t h to in f a n ts under two. years of age, Dr.. D o n a ld B. A rm strong, th ird vice-president of the M e tropolitan Life In s u r ­ ance Com p any, advocates a n a ­ tion-w ide cam p a ign to protect babies from exposure to th is disease. M any p a r e n t s b e little thi.s childhood a ilm e n t t o the ex ten t .th a t i t is accepted a s “ju s t one o f those th in g s t h a t J o h n n y m u s t have so o n e r oi' la te r .” Met, whooping, c o u g h is a serious d is­ ease w ith a d e a th ra te t h a t now exceeds t h a t f o r diphtheria, an d th a t is m o re th a n .twice th e ra t e s for * s c a rlet fever an d m e a sles com b ined. T h e disease proves, f a ta l for one ou t of every te n babies who contract it -in- th e ir first year of life. C o m p lications D a n g e rous M e d ieai a u th o r i t ie s p o in t o u t th a t actu a l “w h o o p ing” is n o t a universal sym p tom , o f th e dis­ ease, a n d t h a t , c o n tra r y to gen­ e r a l belief, the ailm e n t itself is. n o t seasonal in its a tt a c k s b u t h a s an incidence tlja t is fairly uniform throughout all periods of the year. , D r. A rm strong's w a rning a g a in s t w h o o p ing cough is th e first note in a nation-w ide cam ­ paign to c o m b a t th e disease w h ich th e in s u r a n c e com p a n y p lan s t o prom o te. The cam p a ign will stress, am o n g o th e r faqts, the p o in t th a t w h o o p ing cough is a highly contagious and often fa ta l disease, especially fo r babies and young children; th a t i t is m o st i m p o r ta n t to keep in f a n ts aw a y fro m those who have or are suspected to have w h o o p ing cough; and- th a t its chief d a n g e r for older ch ild r e n is t h e a t t e n d a n t w e a k n e s s w h ich, m akes Victim s especially suscep­ tible to p n e u m o n ia o r an allied infection. In fact, m edical rec­ ords show t h a t p n e u m o n i a is a com p lication in n e a r ly 75 per cent of all a t t a c k s of w h o o p ing cough th a t e n d fatally . D o c tor’s C a re Needed “A child w ith w h o o p ing cough is a n ill c h ild ,\ D r. -Arm­ stro n g says, “ and. i f you su s p e c t th a t your child h a s co n tr a c ted it, h e should be p u t t o .h e d In room\ \by him self, a n d the fam ­ ily d o c to r called. O t h e r children, especially in f a n t s , sh o u ld be p r o tested from ex p o s u r e to th e patient. “T h e d o c to r can do m u c h to relieve th e child's distress and to g u a r d a g a i n s t com p lications and serious a f te r effects. C a reful feeding is im p o r t a n t. Sim p le, n o u r is h ing food, th a t is easily digested, sh o u ld b e given during both the a c u te stages a n d con­ valescence. R e s t also is particu,- larly needed, a s w e ll a s plenty of fresh air and sunshine. O v e r­ activ ity an d ex c item e n t should be g u a r d e d a g a i n s t , an d in cold, w indy, or wet w e a ther, the child should be k e p t indoors. ------------- o-— ------- M o tor fuel from vegetable oils i s com ing into use i n a t least three Chinese provinces. , ROGER. WE ARE STILL FARMERS U n til we A f r i c a n s -learn to stop selling th e farm e r short, there is no o th e r hope- t h a n th a t of even ’g r e a ter insecurity th a n we have today. Should we- have th e courage to face th e fact, how e v er, there is a grand and glorious future ahead for the American people. It took a little m o re th a n a .generation to g e t in to th e mess, we are in a t p r e s e n t. It, w ill tak e about th e sam e tim e to get out. T h e question is w h e ther or n o t the A m e rican people have th e courage to try, Tw’enty-five to th ir ty years seem a long tim e , yet th e years pass quickly i f w e are a l l busy, ffi-oblem F u n d a m e n tal, T h e first th in g t h a t m u s t be understood by everyone is th a t our problem is a fu n d a m e n ta l one. I t has two p a r ts: F irst, fo r a g e n e r a tio n we have p u t in d u s ­ trial efficiency above h u m a n values. The resu lt h a s been th e destruction of th e -security a n d w e ll-being of o u r people.' Sec­ ond, We have forgotten in b u r m a d race for in d u s tr ial efficiency th a t- A m e r ica is still prim a r ily a n ag r icu ltu r a l nation. Our policy for the p a s t g e n e r ­ ation h a s been th a t of tax in g agriculture for the benefit o f industry. Y e a r a f t e r y e a r , th e A m e rican fa r m e r h a s sacrificed .one-t.hird of his incom e to th e j.cause o f -industry. T o d a y h is taxes are increasing in order | t h a t g r e a t e r relief and social i p rotection be provided in th e cities. L e g islators, politicians an d th e like have used every 'special privilege th e y couldj th in k o f to develop in d u s tr y a t th e expense of agriculture. O n e -C rop System Hit D o e sn’t i t s e e m silly to t.ax our biggest in v e s tm e n t for the bene­ fit of a sm a ller one? B a sed on m o n ey value, one-.third of all th e p r o p e rty used to produce goods is invested in agriculture This is a g r e a t e r investm e n t th a n we have in all t h e m a n u ­ facturing p lan ts in th e nation com b ined. If forestry an d tim b e r products, w h ich come from rural com m u n ities, are included with agriculture, th e com b ined total represents m o re th a n h a lf the investm e n t devoted by this c o u n tr y ,to producing th e things w h ic h t h e A m e rican people con­ sum e . O u r in d u s tr ial spree not only worked a h a r d s h ip on farm ers, b u t it has also ta u g h t som e of them bad habits. It w a s term ed “th e application of technology to ag r icu ltu r e .” T h e resu lt was cash crop com m e rcial farm ing, w h ich usually m e a n t a one-crop system such as corn, for ex­ am p le. As in ind u s tr y , every- I thing w e n t fine as long as there I was an adequate m a rket. Sud­ denly th is m a r k e t disappeared. | T h a t created surpluses. Heavy I fixed investm e n ts i n agricultural m a c h inery an d over-valued real estate soon brought havoc to the cash crop farm e r. Finally, so m a n y farm s w e re being lost by foreclosure t h a t the situation changed froin an econom ic to- a : social .problem. T h e result was a su r g e of p lan s to relieve th e ag r icu ltu r a l crisis. T h e rem e d y , Like m o s t brought forth under su c h con­ ditions of crisis in a given p a r t of th e country, wa.s proposed on the basis of th e needs of .the farm group yelling the loudest ra t h e r th a n on. fu n d a m e n tals, or t h e best in te r e s t of agric-ui- ture .as a whole. T h e fu n d a m e n tal problem :is hot surplus, n o t soil d e p letio n , not farm tenancy. T h e s e are only sym p tom s which will - dis­ a p p e a r w h e n a -cure is effected-. T h e real difficulty w ith a g r i ­ culture is th a t th e A m e rican people an d th e i r governm e n t h a v e overlooked th e fa c t th a t th e economic policies of our n a ­ tio n m u st be based upon a g r icu l­ ture, because We. are ■ s till a h agricultural natio n . All o t h e r economic, activity should'' be treated as secondary to agricul- : tu t e and should be geared to a so u n d agricultural economy. A generation of progress -in this, direction- will bring p e r - 1 m a n e iit n a ti o n a l security. o—— — • An o u tstanding tra i t of a n o r ­ m al hum a n being is his ability \ to profit from experience a n d i th u s to change his behavior. O n e w ay to remove . chewing Seven counties in West?.- g u m from clothing is to- rub the New Y o rk produce about 2~onnnl spot w ith ice u n til the gum roljs I a c res of tom a toes, valued - ,3 in to a ball, and th e n to scrape I from a (million t o a million-ina I it off, 1 a ;-half dollars. 1 W e ' l l len d you up to $ 3 0 0 In 24 to 4 8 hours .... . without r e d tope. You can r . p a y in 3, 6 , 8, 1 0 or even 2 0 months--with 3 0 whole d a y s elapsing b e f o r e your first repayment. A s ingle small s u m monthly c o v e r s everything,— no extras. O n e of our various loan- plans will surely fit your needs. Courteous, helpful service— a n d strictly private. Come in, write, or 'phone today Phone 2334 Licensed I'ursm m t l 34 Seneca Street — 2nd floor Over K e ilty’s D ry Goods Store Geneva, N. Y. I Artlcjt* IX of Slate Hankiitf' l..iu 1 3 c 25c CITRATE of MAGNESIA 25c WOODBURY SHAVING CREAM 1 2 e 25c PEROXIDE P int Vz” X 5 yd- ADHESIVE T A P E 4 c RAT TAIL COMBS 1 0 0 SODA MINT TABLETS . „ - — - - 1 0 c SHOE POLISH PASTE . 3 c B row n o r Black Reg, 50c NON-SLIP RUBBER GLOVES 25c SANITARY BELT 6 C f By MRS. CATHERINE C. EDWARDS A u o c iatt Editor, Paront'* M aqotlno Broken Sizes FREE TURKEY EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY UNTIL THANKSGIVING COME IN AND ASK FOR DETAILS NO PURCHASE NECESSARY $ 1 . 0 0 FEVER THERMOM­ ETER 49c GEM TYPE SINGLE EDGE BLADES LARGE SIZE HERSHEY MILD and MELLOW BAR C P a r e n ts are probably w e ary of being -told th a t they should 'knm 5 - W f r^lffiE T T H c n m -.\T h e y consider, w h a t w ith going to a m o n thly PTA m e e ting tif som e ­ thing m o re exciting doesn’t turn up i t h a t they do know the teachers in the local school. B u t do you consider t h a t the teacher know s you upo-n su c h p e r f u n c ­ tory acquaintance? She probably knows you as ch a ir m a n of this or th a t com m ittee fa r b e tter th a n she know s yo u a s -Mary's o r Billy's m o th e r or\ father. In fact, we lost so m e thing of valiie w h e n w e outgrew the pioneer custom; of boarding the tea c h e r a r o u n d th e neighbor- j hood, although I doubt if tcach- | e r s would care to re tu r n to so ,| p u b lic an existence! But they do I w a n t to be friends . S uppose, for. p n s t t i S c e r y o u f child doesn’t get | along as well with Miss Brown, his new teach e r , as he did w ith , Miss S m ith . You d o n 't w a n t to | yank him out of Mi.-s Brow n 's ;[ class and m ake him a center of ad u lt w rangling. Besides, w h e n he grows -up ! a n d h a s hi.s living to earn, h e ’ll I h ave t o be able to g e t along w ith . m any kinds o f bosses, fair- t m inded ones a n d som e quite th e opposite S o m ake i t your busi- j n ess to know Miss Brow n as- a. pm on . as well as a teach e r th/-:: you’;; be better able tb help •y'.ur child accept, h e r as she L 8 of ed u c a tio n A n o ther th in g , you h e a r p a r ­ en ts com p lain because they don't have any say a b o u t wh.pt is t a u g h t in th e schools. A fter i .aUwPJanmuig-scho©l-e«s4'i€i*kt-is- a job for professional educators. Still, p a r e n t s certain ly are in a position, to learn w h e th e r or not a c e r tain course o f stu d y is ef­ fective. So if p a r e n ts are dis­ satisfied. w ith w h a t th e i r c h il­ dren are being ta u g h t , they should first acq u a in t th e m ­ selves thoroughly w ith the m e thods an d sub jects th e y c r i t i ­ cize, and th e n take th e ir com ­ p lain ts to the school authorities., Above all, don’t grum b le to the children about th e good old days w h e n you w e n t to school! Finally, th e r e ’s th f question as to how m u c h p a r e n t s should help th e ir children w ith th e ir school work. E x c e p t for a b a c k ­ w ard child or one Who h a s been „OUt. of school- we • -believe- -th it i - p a r e n ts should provide a stu d i ­ ous atm o s p h e re, b u t very little actu a l help. See th a t th e c h il ­ dren, h a v e a com fortable place in' w h ich to .study—aiid le.t them know th a t you expect th e m to do th e ir work. A r e g u lar study h o u r is best - b u t d o n 't be too strict about it If som e thing com e s along of equal value to the ch ild 's e d u c a ­ tion—an. unusually good firm, for instance., or a fine radio broadcast. M oreover, w ith .so m a n y A d u lt Education ClaxsK available today, how about m o ther an d fath e r joining in L e a rning t o get a lo n g w.ith o th e r the evening study hour? For the . Pr '-pie tv p n e . ^ i h e j n i U d r . a k E — ^ r e a tf is t_ p a x t .p a i'« r ts ^ iay - r r i- a it th e ir ch ild r e n ’s learning, w h e th er i t be school work, m a n n e r s or m o r a ls is settin g a good exam p le! QUALITY FOODS A t Low Cost - PREMIUMS At No Cost! HERE’S THE CHANCE TO SAVE YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR — WHILE PRICES ARE STILL LOW — AND ONLY FINEST QUALITY FAMOUS BLUE LABEL, SLICED G lass - Ja r - BLUE LABEL SHOESTRING DELICIOUS FIN E PACK, LIMA 2 DR. PH ILLIPS G R A P E F R U IT 2 SUCCULENT - HEALTHFUL S P I N A C H 3 ARISTOCRAT OF FIN E COFFEES No. 2 can s One P o u n d Pkgs. BLUE LABEL, WHOLE KERNEL „ a a c N 0 . 2 - / J 1 cans M i w DELICIOUS GREEN REEUGEE Jk m - B E A N S 2 * 1 5 MACCO BRAND x ^ A P ( S u c c o t a s h ^ 2 5 ENCORE BRAND, SW E ET TENDER A A . P E A S 3 s 2 3 ‘WILLOW BROO K\ RED R IPE mg T O M A T O E S 4 2 5 ' cans READY TO EAT — BREAKFAST A MM P R U N E S 2 2 5 FRESH FRUITS AND. VEGETABLES O R A N G E S Fine Juicy Floridas a t special low price doZr„r 1 7 c G R A P E r - - F R U F F — New Crop J u i c y Floridas. R ich in V itam in Content. 3 10c C R A N ­ B E R R I E S a r i 7 < Cotl. lb. “ * WALNUTS New Crop F inest Budded C a tifom ias Pound ONIONS F in e s t No. 1 J el!°.w „ Cooking. Ib. T U R N I P S W h ite Purple Tops S Q U A S H Fine New Hubbard; - Pound - -DATES ... S e lect’d M inaret jt L LB. Pkg. \ TEN DER YOUNG RIB-END 0 ~ ' ^ T b “C u T W ILSON’S CERTIFIED COOKED HAMS W hole or String* t End. 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