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BOGART RETURNS WITH BRIDE LAUREN BACALL With four cartons of cigarettes under one arm and Lauren Bacall, the gal who", revived whistling, clinging to the other, Humphrey Bogart stepped off the Santa Fe Chief at Pasadena yesterday convinced that mar- Times photo NEWLYWEDS Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart as they returned here yesterday from marriage in Ohio. Miss Bacall, the girl who revived whistling, gives a toot on a tiny gold whistle for the benefit of her actor husband. ried life is just what the doctor ordered. Bogey called her' "darling" and Bacall called him "honey." Everything was so tender and sweet that had the studio press agent who met them released a brace of turtle doves it would have been a case of painting the lily. Each was wearing a gold link wedding Band, wmch tney ex changed at Louis Bromfleld's Ohio farm last Monday not long after the actor s third wife, Mayo Methot, scuttled their stormy romance in a Las Vegas divorce court. The tough guy abandoned his lissome 20-year-old bride to the mercy of photographers and re- porters only long enough -to make sure that the perspiring redcap didn't drop the package of imported Scotch cough syrup Bogey bad brought along on the trip to treat snake bites, etc. ineir romance Deean wften they were making a movie in which Bacall suggests to Bogart that in case he feels like a cold bottle of beer, or a' midnight snack all he has to do is whistle. Symbolic' . of this touching idyll was a tiny gold - whistle attached to a gold slave bracelet that Bacall was wearing on her right wrist yesterday. "Blow it," requested an inspired photographer. "Shall I, honey?" said Bacall, turning to her husband. "Oh, that's Van Johnson stuff," snapped Bogart, "but go ahead and blow it." She blew it. Bogart tugged her arm and said, "Come on, mamma, let's go home." Lot Clearing Warning Given Owners of unimproved lots within the city of Los Angeles yesterday were warned that all of these lots are to be cleared of combustible rubbish and standing grass and weeds as soon as is possible. Permits to burn standing vegetation be obtained from the