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Posting ceiling prices in foreign languages. Sergeant Frank Hoffman is on a busman's holiday from his job as cook at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, buying sausage to cook for his girl friend before he goes back to camp. Sergeant Hoffman is shopping in Anthony Weber's store in the German section of New York. Both Hoffman and Weber are glad to be in the liberty-loving United States instead of Germany, and each is doing his part to protect our democratic system of government from the Nazi forces which threaten to destroy it. Hoffman, of course, is in the Army; Weber is cooperating with other patriotic American storekeepers in the battle against inflation by displaying a price ceiling sign in German