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St. Louis, Missouri
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Wednesday, June 3, 1936
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PAGE 14 C ARMY MAN AGAINST BILL TO BAR COMPULSORY TRAINING M"ature Would Affect Supply of Hewne Officers, I,leut.-Col. Hill Tell Cornniitiw. WASHINGTON, June 3. Legislation to abolish compulsory military training in schools an,ii colleges was oppo-d before Senate committee today by Llfutenant-Colonel Roy A. Hill, a War Department spokesman, on the ground that it DANCE TONIGHT SAT. SUN. NEW LAKESIDE I -argent Summer Ballroom la West PAUL SPOR ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH would "etrike at the fundamentals of the national defense systems." He said the Nye-Kvale measure WEDNESDAY, JUXE 3, 1936 : New Vork St. ( hurle Yacht Club Orrhetr A Natural Bridge. Kd. would "seriously affect the officers reserve" by reducing the number available from TL. O. T. C. graduates. "Thia measure also would be an unconstitutional interference by the National Government in the affairs of States and educational institutions," he testified. Hill told the Military Affairs Subcommittee that proponents of the legislation should go to the States and individual colleges and schools in their effort to eliminate the compulsory feature, which is imposed by the institutions, many of them State schools. Hill was one of several witnesses to oppose the measure. Supporters of the legislation were heard yesterday. DINE AND DANCE with RAY DEVINNEY'S ORCHESTRA AT THE COUNTRY CLUB GARDEN 11050 RIVERVIEW DRIVE in the TERRACE 18-HOLE GOLF 50c - ENTIRELY SCREENED - SWIMMING POOL IN Table Movie Time AMBASSADOR "Show Boat," with Allan Jones and Irene Dunne, at 11:30, 1:55, 4:20, 6:50 and 9:15. FOX Grace Moore and Fran-chot Tone in "The King Steps ,Out," at 12:40, 2:55, 5:10, 7:30 and 9:45. LOEWS "The Unguarded Hour," With Loretta Young and Franchot Tone, at 10:20, 1:23, 4:26, 7:29 and 10:32; "Robin Hood of El Dorado," at 11:53, 2:56, 5:59 and 9:02. MISSOURI Richard Arlen and Cecilia Parker, in "The Mine With the Iron Door," at 2:20, 4:50, 7:20 and 9:50; "Hell-Ship Morgan," at 1:15, 3:45, 6:15 and 8:45. ORPIIEUM Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray, in "The Princess Comes Across," at 11:12, 1:20, 3:28, 5:36, "7:44 and 9:52. SIIUBERT Joe E. Brown and Joan Blondell, in "Sons O Guns," at 2:13, 4:45, 7:17 and 9:49; "Border Flight," at 1:14, 3:46, 6:18 and 8:50. Woman Hit by Train Dies. Mrs. Alice Karr, 43-year-old Negro WPA worker, 218 (rear) Bowman avenue. East St. Louis, died at 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at St. Mary's Hospital, six hours after she was struck by a westbound Baltimore & Ohio passenger train as sre crossed the tracks near AMUSEMENTS Gala Opening 1936 Season Next FRIDAY NIGHT at 8:15 10 Nights rh;Z? 10 Nights First Time nt Hie, Municipal Theater ZIEGFELD Si KID BOOTS With This STAR-STUDDED Cast Georgia Price Vivienne Segal June Otlea Audrey Christie Ray Middleton Janet Reade Jos. 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COLUMBIA 5257 Southwest j Chas. Chaplin, DIONNE QUINTUPLETS 'COUNTRY DOCTOR' 'Modern Times' Compton 3143 Park 'Timothy's Craboe in and Irene Ouest,' J.arry Nevada.' Tim Comedy. fairy air-dome 5640 Easton 10c and 20e. Dinnerware. Ilanserous Intrittne.' Also WE RE ONLY HI MAN.' Hnllvwnnrl j Margaret Sullavan, 'Next UliyWUUU rmw We Love.' -lime 6th & St. Charles Lans, 'Every Sat. Kite.' IRMA 6324 Bartmer llick Powell, Ruby Kt-eler in 'COLLEEN. and 'MAN HI NT.' IvanhoeLK" 32:59 Ivanhoe ! Foran, SADIII.i:.' Comedy, Kite. Lupe Velez, 'SONti Musical, OF 'J HE Cartoon. BCino- f!pp i -False Pretenses,' Irene """B "ee Ware. 'Branded a Cow-1 710 N. Jefferson i ard,' John Maek Brown. KirlciAnriri 'Every .Saturday Kiht.' Rirkwood, Mo. I Pagans.' Mala and Lotus. 31 Lemay Ferry Koad Mae West, 'Klondike Annie.' Paul Muni, 'Story of Louis Pasteur.' LEFflAYi IV. Oland, 'Charlie t llan's Secret." June I.anj in 'Every' Saturday Kij;ht.' March of Time.' Cooled by Washed Air. Lexington 3408 K. 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Ann H. tea irwinK dinB, -Lady (- 4557 Virginia and 'Tnvisilile Buy.' Richmond "'V:!,1' Clayton & Big Bpnd : Bule Ann,' Harnnt.' R1VOLI E K D A M.' I'hi 6th Near Olive i Holmes in '( II ATI KK ROBIN ', HTppVNK,a''''IIKKK " lJ4t' 5479 Robin j I KOI BI.E.' Paul helli-'. R Y v 1 "' ' : ("' slM-' " I Sullavan. 'V-M 1m 5500 Idiisdoune Love. X 'Another H Shady Oak Jj't Tayton i 'Voice of Hic'le STUDIO TuHr.tsf" ''c 6218 Nat. Brirtje HI NT' A. I'" O'enna TAmnlA Maureen o Sullivan, "i'" ,emPle OP .MisBEIiA Is-' rn FERCil SON rosier. 'We re Only Hiim 6226 Easton ! "The Country Dodt Mala Lotus in T.Avr Of HO. I''"-' YALE: HI.- lo All ' .1 . ..... . . ., ii i : jitH, Hid i-..-'.'' 3700 Minnesota' v Rva -1111111 HIKE HEAVEN. ANITA PV(,E. 'I.OVI, BEFORE BREAKFAST.' Carole Lombard. 3520 Kewstead I 'Yellow l)ust,' Richard Jix Ashland Bnnraj itarole Lombard, 'Love Be- 8201 K. B'way I of the Saddle.' Chinaware. BREMEN I;"',-,,.''!' 20th & Bremen IT HAD TO tieo. Murphy, Woman Trap.' Ovenware. 1 nt,Vri I 'Paul Muni, -Story of Louis pasteur.' Kic 5039 N. B'way ardo Corte, MAN HI'NT.' 10c 15c. O'FALLOH lnl Mrfne). Fred MiicMiirW. 40'rt W. FlnrisiMnl ' l r:iil .it the I "n"" Pine.' Carole Lombard. -I.OV L B'-' BREAKFAST." liinuuare. QUEENS 4 704 Maffitt LEE 4360 Lee "COI.L KKN," I' I'owcll. Knl)V Kefl "KOI'l.DKIt DUI Koss Ali-xaiKlf-r. Cillcknm -eo. K aft, 'II If Salisbury , ,.; ' ,,,!,, 2;ii4 salishurv In If :l(I l llllau:ire. II-POiriTE 1001 McCausland "I MARRIED A DOCTOR Pat O'Brien, Josephine if ntchiiisoi.. HENRY KIM1A. 'THE MOON'S Ol If HOMr.' ALSO. "MARCH OF TIMK" GEM THEATRE 8840 ST. CHARLES ROAD h.:t"Kah, "THE LADY CONSEW ACT CARTOON tHV ROOM FKKe I'AKM4 L. MARION IIAVIt.S The Year's Big Serial Story Now in Films! innie Barnes-Lewis Stone PLUS -. CAKY .YlRfilNlA GRANT BRLCE PIRATE PARTY OH CATALINA ISLE' Musical Comedy Revue in Color I.KON BIDDV Ml) ' - L i,,.,,, y K,,rf-t-w. 's ERROL ROGERS PLUS SILVERS OUR GANG COMEDY SCREAM Cortoon Sport Novelty World News LAST OAV EUMI NO LOWE VIRGINIA BRl'CE 'THE GARDEN MURDER CASE lau reL&mh a ro y THE BOHEMIAN GIRL' MUSICAL REVUE with CLARK GABLE Independence has come to some families through the wise selection of home property. The real estate offers in the real estate columns of the Post-Dispatch afford selections in growing sections of tbe city and suburbs. STARTS TOMORROW 9 2 Grand Hits 6 J (IK M A(,r. H''1 i v.. 11 THK S RLE N ' rt LAI .H hit: -' '- " W mi Mill ii ii Wd'rwSrS-V'a XiALjh REGINALD OWEN IT, IS 2nd HIT- f Mini CLAIRE TREVOR PAUL KELLY -4- MICHAEL WHALE coKM- ' S ONG A ND P A N C E MAN 9JAjzJpDDELLYCOMED YTb TIIER SUBJECTS, LAST ( WARNER BAXTER -GLORIA STUART.r1cTia1jDARLENCECILIA DAY C 'Prisoner of Shark Island' I 'THREE LIVE GHOSTS, STARTS TOMORROW O 2 GRAND HITS e r i OPEN 6:33 2ic Till 7 .I-J YtAKS , POPULAR l-SOW A CHlV TP 4 I WARNER OLA Nit I EVERY GIRL WANTS TO LIVE? 5t HOW THIS C1RL DID IT - - "A N " 1 1 . - " . . rrtl in 'i HflR IE ruiiu at Tur dpi c viinnkiu wiimii mi i n l. uniuwa ""Vflv MI LAST DAY EDMUND L0WEVIRGINI A e R U C E 'THE GARDEN MURDER CASE' I'.Tg?.,0"lBX'i.1 'THE BOHEV' IMKI'g MUSICAL REVUE , - . -

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