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whether you are eating too much or too little.

The experts also say you do best on three meals a day. Some of us refuse to eat all three. The fellow who hasn't time for breakfast (or the coffee-and-sinker dunker) will find it difficult to get in all the must foods each day. This is also true of one who has only a chocolate-soda-and-cup-cake quick lunch.

Your breakfast can include a fruit and the egg among your must foods. Your luncheon may finish off the milk and one vegetable, perhaps in a salad. That would leave another colored vegetable, the meat, a potato, and some fruit for the evening meal. With less must foods used up in the first two meals, the more remains to be crowded into the last meal of the day.
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proposition. Whether we like it or not, this country is at war; and the agents of unfriendly nations may not wait for a formal declaration before attempting to sabotage our defense program. An American just naturally hates the idea of a search of his person - its too much of a trespass on his rights as an individual. Yet we know that a very destructive bomb may take a form no larger than a fountain pen. Likewise, there is no reason why an employee should bring anything into the shop except his lunch and tools, and any packages are always objects of suspicion and subject to investigation. Be prepared to check packages with the guards, unless you are willing to have them inspected, and don't resent inspection and searches which will become stricter as time goes by.

Kellett Autogiro Corporation likes to believe that all its employees are loyal Americans, and that they can be trusted individually and collectively, but experience has shown the Government that safety only comes from watchfulness, and even a trusted citizen may go wrong. The precautions that the "G-men" wish us to take for plant protection will result in much closer supervision of all employees, both at work and at home.


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Reasor Attends Chicago Sessions
O. S. Reasor, chief Kellett inspector, returned yesterday from Chicago where he attended the first annual school of the Magnaflux Corporation.

The Magnaflux School was held for chief inspectors and engineers of steel structure plates.
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Mark Dupont Sr. is back after a vacation spent visiting his son in Puerto Rico. We gather he was impressed by the size of the U.S. Army Base there, by the beauty of the "Senoritas", but not at all impressed by Puerto Rican cooking.
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Prizes Awarded November 26, 1941 
Bowling Shoes-Stachura.
$1.00 (High three games-Martin.
$1.00 (High single game-men)-Stachura.
$1.00 (High single game-girls)-Henninger.

A rules committee has been appointed at a recent meeting of captains. The committee consists of the following members: Dick Witchley, Chester Blakemore, and Bob Creeden. Any questions which may arise regarding interpretation of the rules, should be discussed with the committee. Captains should secure their copies of the rules from Bob Creeden.

For those of you who don't already know, the League bowls every Wednesday night, 7:15 P.M., at the 69th Street Bowling Center. Why not come out and cheer for your favorite team?

Does anyone remember when, 'way back in 1937, we bowled at very irregular intervals, and Hughie Mulvey had a hard time keeping every other ball out of the gutter?

Stock question asked by the men's teams: "Hey, Cap! When do we play the girls?"

Why doesn't Larson want to bowl any more than one game on any one bowling night? It wouldn't be because a friend of his beat his score while rolling her first game, would it?

Secretary Lil Weinstein deserves a big hand and a vote of thanks from the entire League. She has a big job and is doing fine at it.

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vice?
I feel that there would be no need to conscript women because in such great emergency as war, women would wish to do their part by accepting the duties left by men, without being forced to do so.
                                                         'Ritie Toland.

I believe women should be conscripted for non-combatant service, in case of war. Our society gives women equal rights, and they should be prepared to assume equal responsibilities.
                                                          R. A. Wagner.

Yes, in time of war I think women should be drafted for non-combat service as there are a great many duties they can perform in this work.
                                                           Ray Pontius.

No, I do not think that women should be conscripted in case of war. Many women are being trained to take the place of men in defense work and this would seem to be as important as being conscripted.
                                                            T. S. Ryan.

Yes! Women are as ready to fight for the freedom and security of America as the men. If the men are called to war, someone has to "Keep 'Em Flying."

Aircraft industries means to the women an opportunity to keep the home fires burning for her men folk, as well as helping to preserve the freedom and security of America, her home.
                                                       Virginia Caralim
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There are numerous jobs to be filled by women when the United States declares war. But I do not think it necessary to conscript them. Their voluntary aid could be handled faster and more effectively; for example: a riveter would be in a riveter's job, a nurse in a nurse's job, an aviatrix in an aviator's job, etc. Conscription would be slower and probably put the nurse in the riveter's job and vice versa.
                                                        M. G. Dupont Jr.


Richard Prewitt, vice president of the Kellet Corporation. In this publication were two photographs of Kellett autogiros. One showed a KD-IB in flight and the other the landing of the airmail autogiros upon the Philadelphia Post Office roof.

"The properties of the autogiro permit on the new and improved models, a take-off on a very short run," wrote the author. "This was demonstrated in Philadelphia for a whole year by the use of a Kellett autogiro for a delivery of airmail from the Camden airport to the 30th St. Post Office. This took only 6 minutes instead of the 35 minutes required by the mail truck.

"The problems of vertical ascension has been solved by two different types of flying machines, both of which are of practical use. The jumping autogiro, in general, is at this time more practical than the helicopter, or hub screw, due to its superiorspeed in horizontal flight."

In the article reference was made to the late Thomas A. Edison.

"Edison claimed that the art of flying can be done in many ways," it stated, "just as boats on the sea are propelled in many different ways.

"Relating to the Wright airplane as a bird and further stating that the Wright machine was flying alright, Edison remarked that for his part he would rather have a machine that flew as a bumble bee.

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