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Saturday, May 13, 1944
On The Lighter Side . . .
Vol. 2—No. 35 Sat., May 13, 1944
Published weekly under the supervision of
the Public Relations Office at the U. S. Navy
Pre-Flight School, Chapel Hill, N. C., a unit
of the Naval Air Primary Training Command.
Contributions of news, features, and cartoons
are welcome from all hands and should be
turned in to the Public Relations Office, Navy
CLOUDBUSTER receives Camp Newspaper
Service material. Republication of credited
matter prohibited without permission of CNS,
War Department, 205 E. 42nd St., N.Y.C.
Lieut. Comdr. James P. Raugh, USNR
Lieut. Comdr. Howard L. Hamilton, USNR
Lieut. P. 0. Brewer, USNR
Public Relations Officer
Editor: Lt. (jg) Leonard Eiserer, USNR
Associate Editor: Orville Campbell, Y2c
By Chaplain Geo. W. Cummins
Chaplain Corps, USNR
“Strength and honour are her clothing; and
she shall rejoice in time to com^. She openeth
her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is
the law of kindness. She looketh well to the
ways of her household, and eateth not the
bread of idleness. Her children rise up and
call her blessed; her husband also, and he
praiseth her. Many daughters have done vir
tuously, but thou excellest them all.”—
Thfoughout God’s word there walk before
us beautiful mothers whom God has enshrined
therefor our inspiration and emulation. There
are mothers like Jochebed, the mother of
MoS'esj and Hannah, the mother of Samuel,
and Rizapah, who encamped at the crosses
wherebn Tier sons were crucified, and Mary,
the mother of Jesus.
Here in this passage of Proverbs we have
a pen-iportrait of the ideal woman, wife and
mother, in which we may see the likeness of
our own dear mother and which represent to
all mothers an ideal for them to emulate.
H: * *
Mighty forces for the destruction of men
and morals or for the construction of character
and civilization may be set in motion by the
mother’s care and training of her children.
* * * *
A worttiy son or daughter, strong in body
and well-trained in mind and soul, is woman’s
greatest gift to the world.
The demure young bride, a trifle pale, her
lips set in a tremulous smile, slowly slipped
down the long church aisle clinging to the arm
of her father.
As she reached the low platform before the
altar, her slippered foot brushed a potted
flower, upsetting it. She looked at the spilled
dirt gravely, and then raised her childlike
eyes to the sedate face of the old minister.
“That’s a hell of a place to put a lily,” she
It has been suggested that henceforth Berlin
be spelled “Ber’in,” because the RAF and 8th
Air Force have bombed the “1” out of it.
Lawyer: Anything you say will be held
Client: Betty Grable.
Diner: What’s wrong with these eggs?
Waitress: Don’t ask me. I only laid the
At a recent fair in a small Minnesota town,
a Mrs. Peterson won the rolling pin throwing
contest by hurling a pin 75 feet.
In the men’s competition, a Mr. Peterson
won the hundred yard dash.
A Scotchman was engaged in an argument
with a conductor as to whether the fare was
25 cents or 30 cents. Finally the disgusted
conductor picked up the Scotchman’s suitcase
and tossed it off the train just as they passed
over a bridge. It landed with a splash.
“Man,” screamed Scotty. “Isn’t it enough
to try to overcharge me? Now you try to
drown my little boy!”
Girls who are raised on cod liver oil have
legs like this: ! !
Girls who ride horses in the park have legs
like this: ( )
But gals who keep saying, “Here’s how” at
night club bars have legs like this: ) (
And girls who use good judgment have legs
like this: X
Sunday Divine Services
Protestant 1000 Memorial Hall
Roman Catholic 0616 Gerrard Hall
1000 Hill Music Hall
Jewish 1000 Graham Memorial
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Chaplain’s Office Hours: Daily, 0830-1700;
Monday and Wednesday, 0830-1800.
Father Sullivan will be in Chaplain’s Office on
Confessions: Saturdays in Gerrard Hall, 1900-
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