National existonco. The Aposfclo Paul said, on one occasion,"I was nob disobodiont to tho Heavenly vj.sion," Disobedience is one reason for loss of vision. If the iucis powers ever had an;:" vi sion of brotherhood, love of God, or Christianity, then they have c ertainly lost it - and the rcnult, we are nov/ all vdtness to. Lot us pray that as "Old Glory" waves over North /ifrica that the spirit behind the stars and stripes wi31 cause >''11 peoples to catch tho vision of Christianity, so that peace might cone to all the- earth once noro. Wo trust tliat our armies of young' nen, night like the First Martyr, Stephen, if and when, they arc called upon to die, can lift up their oyos to Heaven a nd find the vision, beautiful and clear, ^5- ^ -sc- -5i- HOIvlE ON RT?LOUGH Pvt, iUidy Pritchard, fomerly of Canp Pickett, Va., has been trar^sferred to Canp Sutton, at Morjroe, N.C« /indy is thrilled to be so near hone and has spent several woek~ends recently vdth his fanily. "3ardy" Hunt, and Honer Lingerfel'went bo Canp Sutton for one week-end with /indy - dontcha' know they had a big tine. Pvt, Herschol Hord, who received his basic training at Fort Sill, Okla., has been transferred to Fort Jackson, S.C., and has spent a recent ’.veok-ond with his V/ife, and other nenbers of his fai^y. Inez is wearing a big grin these days, since Herschol has gotten closer hono, Capt, rved Falls of Philadelphia, Pa., spent a weeks furlough with Ilrs. Falls, Diclde, and Jean. One didn’t soe "Doc" anytjhere while un his visit,'without those two little boys, close by - it was plain to soe, they tho^ight their Dad, v/as TORS, Pvt. J.D. Cook of Now Orleans, La., spent a brief tine hero recently with his relatives. Every one was glad to soe hin. Pfc, Jip.qy Osborne, viho finished his course for Linlc Trainer Instructors, on April' 3rd, at Chanute Field, 111, has non boon assigned to*the Air Base, at Orlando, Fla, Recently, JL'.u'iy spent a coupla' days \dth his far.iily. He had a grand tine, ioinning around, seeing all his friends, and playixig Boogio-\/oogie Husic on tho piano. Pvt, Robert Pearson of New Orleans, L-.., was called hone, during the n'/nth, duo to the death of his infant son. Vfe extend our synpathy to Robert and his Wife, in their great loss, Clennie SelC, v/ho is in the Navy, oj:id Hugh Self, in t ho Arny, were called hone to attend tho funeral of thoir Hothor, lirs, Pinl: Self. T;;o Staff of tho ^Hoover Rail extends their syripathy to those fine boys and all tho iieiibors of their far,dly. Ilrs. Ruth i:::unoy B-.tterson, was recently given a Hodical Discharge fron the WAVES. Ruth is the sorta* girl, who doesn’t believe too rmch in the word ,"QUIT." She has now joined the Coast Guard Polico and is on duty, patrolling the Shipyards at BaltL'iior( Pvt. Griffin Johnson"has been given an Honorable Discharge fron the, as he is over 38 years of ago. Pvt, Kenneth lidnbire, who was sbationed at Carap Blanding, Fla., has'been given a Iledical Discharge fron tho /j^ny. He is now working in the Dye House,

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