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Seventeen Journal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Delaware, Monday, January 24, 1944 Obituaries of the Day Film and Theatre Gossip Native of Dover IPS 111 lOri Mil H. Jackson, eteran M. Master of Hound, Show Judge, Was 67 Years Old Lily Pons and Sinatra On Roosevelt Program NEW YORK, Jan. 24 (JP). The annual broadcast in which "America salutes the President's birthday" as the climax to the infantile paralysis march of dimes drive is being lined up for Saturday night on all networks. It will be in the hour at 11:15, with Mr. Roosevelt speaking briefly as usual. This year Frank Sinatra is included in the talent along with Bob Hope. Lily Pons, Paul Whiteman and Dinah Shore among others. Two bands, the U. S. Marine and the Santa Ana, Air Force Training Command, also are to be heard. This program has been a January PJby Jackson a native of survlved his parents, and one rememDermg always mat no niie is i Wilmington New Century Club on Dover and former joint master Mrs- Helen s- Kniseley of i infallible. When you are defending saturdayT Eight hundred people at-the Fairfield and Westchester D. C. against a no trump contract becare- i nf vouth About Bridge By MRS. WALTER STEWART BROWN Skillful discardinR is one of the 1- i marK OI lne faKm 15 not an assel acclulrea ov Uisuu But easy beginnings, as most worthwhile accomplishments have, an1 onoe you start on any pain 'hat interests you your discoveries beckon you on. Here is a simple rule for a starter, 10 irom i which you hold as many cards as Dummy or as many as you suspect declarer of holding and West have not bid. NORTH 9 I A 1) A 10 5 WEST i 7 6 19 a 1 FAST 1 1 I P1MU A ROITH A 4 4 4 2 Hounds of Connecticut and New York, died Saturday at the Mountain Lako Plnh nrar T.alro Wales at the of 67 wars, 'i Noted as a show judge, he be-! J3" 01 near Newark died early! Look at this hand. South is de-came master of Philadelphia's Loday a atta- Mr. clarer at three no trump and Eat By HELEN BARRETT a beautiful, well-trained collie joog ran away witn honors tne cnlce of the most outstanding pic- of mont a ot by National Screen Council. The dog Lassie who shared starring honors with Roddy McDowall in "Lassie Come Home." the film picked by the boxoffice poll for the best family picture released in December. "Old Acquaintance" tied with "Happv Land," showing at the Rialto, for the runner-up award in the poll and honorable mention was given to "A Lady Takes a Chance," "The Gang's Ail Here." "Girl "His Butler's Sister." currently showing at the Wamer, and "The Man From Down Under." Carole Landis, whose successful story, "Four Jills in a Jeep." is running in a national magazine, is writing and collecting parodies of sonjrs strictly for military audiences. She hopes to find a publisher for them. I'm sure you remember Bill Ben- swishing a grass skirt in one of lag- i L-airrj cregar no stars in "The: Radnor Hounds after serving from i 1920 until 1923 as vice-president and i SJSen rLnLthr, Vlces held from the fu-r 1 A neral parlors of R. T. Jones, Thurs- and later as master of the Golden day atcrnoon at 2 o'clock. Inter-Bridge Pack in Westchester County, ment wiu be at lhe Head pf chrLs. N. V. which he helped organize. tiana Cemetery. Friends may call West opened the three spot of the tomtoms. line comeay tugmign. of "Guadai- hearts and the Dummy went down. I The second episode showed the canal Diary." New he's being meas-Declarer could count four spade dances and customs of another side urcd for a beret which he will wear tricks, one heart three diamonds i of America's early days the court in the new musical, "Greenwich Vil Lodger." which will be released; NATIONAL "Hers to Hold and shortly, is reading plays in New Trail." Doors open at noon. York with the idea of a brief vaca- PARK "Sahara." Doors open tion to be spent on the Broadway at 6:1. stape. PIKE 'Salute to the Marines." The impressive looking Arabian Doors open at 6:45. village you will see in "Tarzan's QUEEN "Iron Major." Doors was graauaiea in the late 1890s from the dental col lege of the University of Pennsylvania, where he played football and baseball. Later he entered the steel business, eventually becoming manager of the Schoen Steel Wheel Com- pany. In 1914. he married Leonore ocnurntn cryn jviawr aaugnier oi vjruigc vjt. ociiucii, iifau vi uie cum pany, Mrs. Jackson died in 1918. Mr. Jackson in 1929 married the former Miss Almira G. Rockefeller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Rockefeller of Greenwich. i liam Rockefeller and Mr. and Mrs. James Stillman and grandniece of John D. Rockefeller. Sr besides his widow. are a son. M. Roy Jackson, by nis second rnarriaee, and two aaugnters oy ine prev ious mar-; riage, Mrs. Kalpn carson oi of Coraopolis. and Mrs. Joseph riaee. Mrs. Ralph V. Carson of: ro 0a tcv, I T. Murtagh of West Chester, Pa. Bavard S. Heiulfixm Funeral services for Bayard Henderson. 32 years old. formerly of Blackbird, a Civil Air Patrol pilot who was killed Jan. 18 when his plane crashed in Laredo. Texas, will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock from the Daniels Funeral Home. Town-send. Interment will be in Grace-lawn Memorial Park, Mrs. Susan M. Vansaiit Mrs. Susan M. Vansant. 89. widow1 of James C. Vansant. died yesterday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Albert E. Wilde, Elsmere, following a short illness. Moving to this section about three years ago. Mrs. Vansant formerly made her home at Millington, Md Sfrie is survived by another daughter. Mrs. William T. Jones. Milling ton; nine grandchildren, and 13 greatgrandchildren. She was a lifelong member of Asbury Methodist Church at Millington. Funeral services win be at Mrs. Wilde's home Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock Interment will be in Millington Cemetery. Mrs. Cecelia 31. Kaluzny Funeral services for Mrs. Cecelia M. Kaluzny. 24. wife of Stanley John Kaluzny, who died yesterday i VLn ne studios plan in furthering the war enori. The set was used 17 years ago by Cecil B. DeMille in his "King of Kings." It has since been used many times, in many guises, bbt in the latest Tarzan picture it appears more like its original self. Moorish-Arabian Architecture being its basic design. The set represents the village where some of the exciting- adventures of Johnny Wcissmuller, Nancy Kelly, and Johnny "Boy" Sheffield take place. Monty Woolley and Gracie Field who pooki their talents in "Holy WatritnnTiv itnviij are to be reunited cVl fJiV'l ill OllUliKl ilillOll. dl L-Ulll- edy, "Sally and the Senator" Miss Fields will portray a beloved London music hall entertainer who comes to this country and masquerades as a great English lady and Monty will take the part of a United States senator who was a former vaudeville hoofer Mr. Woolley is now working on "Wfhen Irish Eyes Are Smiling," Damon Runyon's first production for the studio Came lhe Dawn FORT BENNING, Jan. 24 iJP). The Fort Benning sentry was alert as dawn peeped over the horizon at after seeing a glow, but the fire- mav, if l-i rtm vll-lrt. 800 Witness Dance History StraMbridge Ballet Group rl. it 1 las to Capacity House In Third Youth Concert The Edwin Strawbridge Ballet played to a capacity house in the concerts soonsored bv th, music di- vision of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. The ballet depicted a dance his- tory of the United States, and act one showed that even 'Puritans danced. The story, opened by the narrator, Martha Picken, depicted two Pilgrim girls left alone over- i night by their parents, who fore- stall kidnaping by Indians by dancing their version of an English country dance while carrying jack- o-lanterns. An Indian hoop dance by Mr. Strawbridge is part of this storv a very difficult dance to exe- cute for the bodv passes through the small hoop many times in time to Hanres broueht over to the Tide- I water country bv elements of the English nobiaty. im inira pan is jaia many later in the Southwest, the pioneers bringing with them their interpre- lauwi cowboy, little Mexican, and two girls step a lively fiesta dance in celebra- tion of the meeting of the eat ninneer movements, the Snaiiish from the South and West and the English and other European stock from the Kast. The second act onened with a IOS iOUI tion earaen. This Is louowea oy a Gay Nineties story, the dances of wnicn mcmae a oucK-ana-wmg aim lanv The finale of America dances is laid in a service canteen of the pres- ent Oay. A SOiQier, a sajiur buu iu oi tne canteen nosier rhumba, a 1944 version of the foxtrot, and a jive routire to bring to a stunning climax this story of a nation expressing its love, liberty auu n.v ,1 1m thd frPHnm ft CI spirit of the dance. The pianist was Svlvia Gershkowitz. Crosby, Sinatra Sijnt For Rattle of Ballads HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 24 (JF). Bing (The Crooner) Crosby and Frank The Voice i Sinatra have been signed for a vocal duel no tones barred. The Hollywood victory committee has announced the singers will appear together Feb. 1 in what bally-hooers quickly labelled "the musical battle of the century between old guard swing fans and the bobby r- V- c- i a The program will be broac -it's a "command performance" and shortwaved only, armed forces at the various fighting fror being the only listeners. 'Amos'' of Radio Fame Becomes Proud Father HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 24 aNS). "Amos" was the happiest fellow in town today. Mrs. Chales Correll, wife of a member of the "Amos and Andy" radio team, was the mother of a i nine pound boy born at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Young "Amos" was promptly named Charles Correll. Jr. The Corrells have two other children, both daughters. Mrs. Correll is the former Alyce McLaughlin of Chicago. Overwhelm the enemy with your Fourth War Loan bonds. Keep in mind that the home front and the fighting fronts are indivisible. AVhat you do and. yes, even what you do not do to back the attack with extra war Donas wm be felt by our men in uniform. JAN 28-29 MATINEE SATURDAY SYIVIA IUTHER SIDNEY ADLER inCHAQlOTTE BRONTE'S "JANE EYRE'' DRAMATIZED BY HELEN JEROME NOW! MAIL ORDERS ONLY Price Evening. Orchestra $M0, Balcony 1st 6 rows J1.65, last rows $1.10. Gallery (unreserved) 83c. Sat. Mat. Orchestra $1.65. Entire balcony $1.10, Gallery (unreserved! Sic. All prices Include tax. For mail orders please enclose check and self-addressed stamped envelope for return of tickets. Box Office opens Wednesday. January 56th. I is ANNOUNCEMENT Lost, Found LOST Tan mllet, silver Initials B. J. containing cards, license and money. Reward. Phone 4-5671. LOST Lady large brown pockeibook. Vic. 5th Shipley. Reward, 409 Tyrone Woodcrest. LOST Green wallet, containing money and valuable papers in Diamond cab, Saturday. 115 a. m. Reward. Call 3-4l. LOST Gold bracelet with three lignt green stones. Vicinity Fourth and Market St, Call 5-384. Reward LOST CAMEO BROOCH. VALUED FOR SENTIMZ'NTAL REASONS. APPLY 53 2ND, NEW CASTLE. LOST Brown leather bay by service man, between Fourth Street Bridge and Pennsylvania R. R. Station. Initial Reward. Call 3-02 LOST Blue bag containing licenses, ration books, keys, pencil notes, spectacles and fountain pen. Reward. Ph. 2-2930 after 6 p. m. LOST Brown leather wallet Sunday, containing drivers license, ration books, etc. Name of Marion C. Armstrona. Finder keep moary. return wallet and contents to 1010 Treptrm Place LOST Saturday evening, platinum and diamond Waltham Bagueu wrist watch, initials A. M. on Jackson between 6th and 9th. or on Jth to Madison. Reward. Ph. LOST Small cardboard folder containing registration card, driver's license, tir inspection paper. Finder please, return to Allen G. Reynolds, P. O. Box 422, Newark. Del. LOST Chesapeake Bay thoroughbred: license "43 548. Reward. 1419 Jackson St. Call 83-S08. LOST Black Angora mitten, between Sth and Shipley and 8th and Market. Fleas return to News-Journal Office. LOST Smooth red Dachshund with brass studded harneis. vicinity Concord Pik snd Murphy Road, Jan. 14. Reward. Phone 4-707H. FOUND Gold bracelet: initials Owner may have same by identifving and paying for adv. Phone 2-7735 Notices ANYONE having information relative to the trackless trolley accident, whirh occurred on Tuesday night, No. 30, 1943. at Richardson Park, which resulted in the death of John O. Bratton, please communicate with Mrs. May E. Bratton. 623 Bavard Wilmington, Del. Phone 4-772. BANQUET ROOM Accommodate 20-60; ideal for farewell parties, clubs, lodges, Natural Food Centre, 708 King St. (Continued on Next Page) WE SILL WAR BONDS tTiue inmiimiimiiiHiMiimmntii! iVii Starts THURSDAY IliHltHMlilili'llilll'liliMMHiit NOW SHOWING HIS REAL LIFE LAST TIMES TODAY MICKEY R00NEY LAST DAY iitEBSinisu lUiEUIillilC Plus ROMANCE "REACHING for the MOON TUESDAY WEDNESDAY (nU 'MM Us4t NOW PLAYING 41 if. II CARD OF THANKS with to thanlc relatives, friends nd neighbor for their sympathy, kindness, floral oflenngs and use of cart during our recent bereavement, the death of our husband and father, Noble c. Donovan. Wile and Family. Death Notices BEERS Near Newartc on January 24, 1944, James A. Beers, aged 71 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend i the services from the funeral parlors of R. T. Jones on Thursday afternoon, January 27. at 2 o'clock. Interment at Head of Christiana Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday evening from 7 to clock. BOARDLEY In this city on January 21. 1344. William Henry, beloved husband of Lillian Boardle.v. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services from Ware's Funeral Home. 403 East Eishth Street, on Tuesday afternoon. January 25. at 1 o'clock. Services at Mf. Joy Methodist Church at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Olive Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. CONNELLY In Smyrna. Delaware, on January 21. 1944. Ida E. S. Connelly, widow of the late Kehemiah J. Connelly, aged 80 years. 8 months and 23 days. Relatives and friends and member! of St. Stephen's Lutheran Church are inviied to attend the funeral services at S'. Stephen's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Thirteenth and Broom Streets, Tuesdav afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be at River-view cemetery. Friends may call at The Hirzel Funeral Home. 201 South Maryland Avenue, Eimhurst, on Monday evening from 7 until 9 o'clock. FITZGERALD Suddenly on January 23. 1944. John Fuzeerald. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at The Gray Funeral Home on Wednesday afternoon. January 26. r. 2 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Olive Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday evening. FITZGERALD Suddenly on January 22. 1944. Mary mother of Luray Simmons and Carl Battle. Relatives. friends and members Shiloh Baptist Church are invited to attend the funeral services at The Gray Funeral i Home on Wednesday afternoon. Jan- cTn Tuesday evening. glyer At his late residence. 2..10 By- Art hur" husband of Gertrude v. Glyer. aged 59 vears Relatives and i friends are invited to attend the funeral services at The MrCrery Funeral Home, 2700 Washington Street, on Wednesday afternoon. January 26 at 3 clork. Interment, at Gracelawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday evening after 7 o'clock. HENDERSON In Texas on January 18. 1944. Bayard S. Henderson, aged 32 years Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at The J. Lester Danieis Funeral Home. Town-send. on Wednesday afternoon. Januarv 26. at 2 o'clock. Interment services The MrCrery at. Gracelawn Memorial' Park. I KALPZNY In this on January 23, 1944. Cecelia wife of Sianley J. Kaluzny. Relatives and friends are I invited to attend the funeral at her lste' residence, 1211 Beech Street, on Thursday morning. January 27. at 8 o'clock. Solemn mass at St. Hedwig's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Crmeiery. Friends may call on Wednesday evening after 7 clock. 1.EIPOLD In this city on January 23. 1S4. Mazzie wife of John Leipold. Relatives and friends are invited to i tend the funeral services at The James F. Hearn Funeral Home, 3202 Market Street, on Wednesday afternoon. Januarv 28. at 2 clock Interment at Silverbrook Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday evening after 7 o'clock. LEONARD In this city, on January 21, 1944. Thomas husband of the late Catherine Golden Leonard, aged 61 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from The Mealey Funeral Home, 703 North Broom Street on Tuesday morning. January 35. at 9 o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Elizabeth's Church at 9:30 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening after 7 o'clock. PONDOK S'Jddenlv. in this city, on Janu-ark 21, 1344, Alex, husband of Bertha Cortineham Pondok. aged 33 years. Relatives and friends are invited to 'tend the funeral from his late residence. 503 Concord Avenue, on Tuesdav morning. January 25. at .,8:30 o'clock. Requiem mass at Christ Our King Church at 9:30 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. Friends mav call on Monday evening after 7 o'clock. SHELTON In this city on January 22. 1944. Catharine, wife of Daniel Shelton of 42 East. Twenty-second Street, aged 8S vears. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at The Smith Funeral Home, Twenty- fifth and Market Streets, on Wednesday afternoon. January 26. at 2 o'clock. Interment, at Hickory Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday evening after 7 o'clock. SIMMONS On January 23. 1944. Clifton Reginald, infant, son of Pvt. Roscoe and Ada Simmons, aged 9 months. Relatives and friends are invited to a'tend the funeral services at The Grav Funeral Home, on Wednesday afternoon. Januarv 26. at, 2 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Olive Cemetery. Friends mav call Tuesday evening. SPEN'CER In this city on January 23. 1344. Lillian Louise Spencer, daugh- ter of William D. and Martha Laws. Relatives and friends are invited to a'tend the fuDeral services at The Grav Funeral Home, on Thursday afternoon Januarv 27. at 1 o'clock. Interment at Mt Olive Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday evening 8TIRLITH In this citv, on Januarv 21. 1944. Bertha, wife of James A. Sttrlith. of 2S15 Market Street. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at The Smith Funeral Home, Twenty-fifth and Market Streets, on Tuesday afternoon, January 25. at 2 o'clock. Interment at Gracelawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday evening after 1 o'clock. TABO In Philadelphia Naval Hospital, on January 23, 1944, Thomas E. Tabo. son of the late Peter and Mary Tabo. aged years. F.elatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his brother. John Tabo, J28 Stroud Street. Wilmington, on Wednesday morning. January 26. at 8 o'clock. Solemn requiem mass at St. Hedwig's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at. Cathedral Cemetery. TOBIN' In this city on January 22. 1944. Thomas husband of Mary Seeiev Tobin. aged 63 years. Relatives, friends and members of the F. O. E. and employes of the Armstrong Cork Co. are invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, 219 North Franklin Street, on Wednesday morning. January 26, at 9 o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Paul's Church at 9:30 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. VANSANT In Elsmere, on January 23. 1944. Susan widow of the late James Vansant. formerly of Millington. aged 89 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Albert E. Wilde, 131 New Street. Elsmere. on Wednesday afternoon, Januarv 2i. at 1 o'clock. In'erment at Millington. Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday evening after 7 o'clock AT YOUR SERVICE Our complete facilities are at your disposal. Moderate cost for fine lots at Silverbrook Cemetery Lancaster at DuPont Road 2-3615 Established 1852 PHONE -3141 11 a I i Lieut. Paul B. Selbe Funeral services for First Lieut. iaui B. selbe, who was killed in a Plane "ash at Oakland, last week, will be held Wednesday at i I 2:30 o'clock at the home of his par- i ients, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Selbe St. i Albans, Va Interment will be in the Sunset Memorial Park. Lieutenant Selbe, a former mem- ber of the legal department of the DuPot Company, Wilmington, is James A. Beers James A Beers- 71- a retired James A. Beers, 71. at lhe funeral home Wednesday eve ning from 7 to 9 o'clock. Mr. Catharine Shelton Funeral services for Mrs. Catharine ShplTnn JI.t wifo nf raniel shelton. who died' Saturday at the home of her daughtor M.s. Wil li ui-im, 5 vanaever Avenue, win, Home. Twenty-fifth and Market Streets, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock The Rev." R. Hich Adams i Wiil officiate TntPrmpnt trill he in HlcKorv Grove Cemetery, nar Geo-ce's In addltion to her husband, she is SUrvived by two sons. George ui, cu.V i llt Lfl 1. L-111lT l.H H1S5I I rl I IK fi r' Sharnn pi dren( and three great-grandchildren. I inn.iw TKJ Thomas M. Tobin Thomas M. Tobm, 63 vears old. of 219 North Franklin Street, husband of Mary Seeley Tobin. died yesrer-: day following a lingering illness. Mr. Tobm was a native of this city and worked for the Armstrong Cork Company for a number of years. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eaeles. Beside.s his wife he is survived by three daughters. Mrs. Francis Mon- tague. Mrs. Constantine Ruszkow- ski. and Mrs. James McGraw, all of Wilmington. The funeral will take place Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from his late residence with requiem i mass at 9:30 o'clock in St. Paul's R. C. Church. Interment will be in Cathedral Cemeterv. Mrs. Ida E. S. Connelly The funeral of Mrs. Ida E. S. Ccrnelly. widow o' Nhemiah J. Connelly, who died Friday at Smyrna, following an illness of several months, will be held tomorrow afternoon a-' 2 o'clock from the St. Stephen's Lutheran Church The Rev. William Eibert, will offi- rrienas may call at the Hirzel Funeral Home, Eimhurst, this evening after 7 o'clock. Interment will be made in Riverview Cemtery. Mrs. Connelly was one of the last two surviving charter members of st. Stephen's Church. She was born For many years she resided in Richardson Park. Mrs. Mazzie Leipold Mrs. Mazzie Leipold, 52. wife of John Leipold. died yesterday morn- following an illness of three weeks at her home, 2112 Clavmont Street. she is als0 survived by three chil- dren, Mrs. Edna Walker. Wilming- ton: Mrs. Helen McVev. Townsenri. and Seaman John H. Leipold, U. S. Navy. Funeral services Will be held i Wedncsdav afternoon at. 2 O'clock from the James F. Hearn Funeral i Home. 3202 Market Street, The i Rev. Dr. Willard G. Purdy will officiate. Interment will be made in the" Silverbrook Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home to-; morrow night after 7 o'clock. Other Deaths ELLWOOD VALENTINE TITUS In Glen Cove, N. 92; an organizer of the New York State Farm Bureau Federation who had been honored by the National Farm Bureau group; was a member of the Society of Friends and a descendant of the Founders of Glen Cove. MAJ. ABRAHAM H. KOPLIN In New York. 31; serving in Army! iktrioi riHn) eif Trenton. N. J. and a graduate of i Lafavette Medical School. ARTHUR GILES BISHOP In Flint, 92; banker and philanthropist who was instrumental in making Flint a center of General Motors operations. Bishop, a director of the corporation, was born in Flint. CHARLES ERSKINE SCOTT WOOD In Los Gatos, 92; Indian fighter, attorney and author. He was a native of Erie, Pa. B. MACKLIN In Oklahoma City, 58; British born music critic for the Oklahoman and Times and one-time piano teacher at the Chicago Musical College. THE REV. OLIVER CHASE QUICK In London, 58; former professor of divinity at Oxford and a chaplain to the king since 1933. EA. 4 1 I Whit war. cl'H aitd gown tlishtly hlohw. CLEANING STORES Washington Street Ave. 4th Cr Jefferson Sts. Plain 7C-Garment! I Uv i i I I i I at ner notne, uu aeecn totreet. win in Wilmington in April, 1863. coming at 8:30 of the late Julius A. and Augusta NATIONAL Doors Open at 12 M. Daily Tomorrow "HERS TO HOLD" event since the President took office. He will be 62 years old Jan. 30. Thealrc Guide I 9 ACE "Salute to the Marines." Feature at 12:30, 2:19 4:03 5:57, 7:46, 9:35. ARCADIA "Girl Crazy." Doors open at 11:45. CREST "This is the Army." Feature at 7, 9:08. EDGE MOOR Pursuit." Feature at 7:25. 9:25. GRAND "There's Something About a Soldier." Doors open at noon. LOEW ALDINE "Mme. Curie Feature at 11:30, 2, 4:30, 7:05, 9:40. OP to RIALTO Happy Land." Doors open at 11:30. RITZ "Reaching for the Moon and My Darling Clementine." Doors open at 6:45. SAVOY "First Comes Courage." Doors open at 11:45. STRAND "Sweet Rosie Feature at 6:30, 8:05. 9:40. WARNER "His Butler's Sister." Feature at 12. fi, 4:05, 6, 8, 9:58. Hairy Problem MOSQUERO. N. Jan. 24 iVPi Men in this cowtown are mumbling in their beards. The onlv barber moved away. An- otner movea oui me uiu whisked him to the Army. Townsmen cagily imported a woman barber from Texas. Before she could finish the job the state hustled her off for a license examination. The license was denied. OPEN P. M. Feat. 6:30. S. 9:45 BETTY CRABLE IN TECHNICOLOR Sweet Rosie O'Grady Htauiiai phene H. O. 5114 Today Tomorrow JC Ttmtorn ne SKBLTON EALL-KEILY TODAT A TOMORROW Wallace Beery A Fay Bainter Milft North of Gov. Printr Blvd. TODAY and TOMORROW Errol Flynn Julie Bishop JE332H GRRSOn-PlDGECn IN M-C-W's Maoame Curie On Feb. 2nd 8:45 P. M. WAR BOND PREMIERE LOEWS Aldine Theatre SPENCER TRACY and IRENE DUNNE "A Guy Named Joe BUY 4th LOAN BONDS i si? mt? 2D WEEK! I 1 1 i in ill gu Wifl hDORSEY wwWf I at sl Continuous 7 A Vi EST i shi' tJ ifi out) 1 IL jfj Slrt IJ jnj HOLD A PARTY IX OI CLt'B ROOM FARE' I LAST TIMES TODAY I III I It I I II r. fu-t. Mr-ff fetalis maHiw trir-vc wHar tha I ninth trir-ir ti (mmi Pmm diamonds if the outstanding ones break three and two. or from clubs if West holds the Club ace a big if I in this case. u'n periorce iook ine nrsi iru'K 1 in hearts and saw at once that his problem was to keep East out of the lead for a lead through hearts spelled Ar nt iv v- ex Viit. iillV kj.ur ViHT sented itself which inr.hiried two far. i tors-even break of the outstanding diamonds or a bad discard bv his od- tncks and East had to make three i discards Now he had two sniu each I having as many cards as Dummy, but he must keep the diamonds in-! for wm'A in chirm hart a sure stopper in diamonds he had a possible stepper Easr ran Hp rerkles with heart trusting his partner for them so he discards on the spades one club and two hearts, keeping one heart. to lead to West when the club ace Rives him the opportunity, as it must. The contract is set one trick and East takes one step forward. It is interesting to note how closely the study of bridee parallels life. Wise discard, whether from physical or mental equipment, bring rewards. Probably joyed It KLAMATH FALLS. Ore. (INS). The manpower shortage hit Falls Herald and News circulation department in a big way. As the result the paper's publisher, managing editor, news editor and circulation manager took over city routes until newsboys could be found. Births HIU To Mr and Mrs Marshal! Hill. Salem. at The Memorial Hospital on Jan. 23. a son. HANNAH To Mr and Mrs Stanley Hannah. West Thirteenth Street. New The Memorial Hospital on Jan. 22. a on. SHIRLEY -To Mr. and Mrs Rov I. lev. 1407 S'reet. at Delaware 1 Hospital on Jan. 23. a son. W-ILSON To Mr and Mrs. Thomas A. i 701 River Road, at Delaware Hos- pital on Jan 23, a daughter. PHELPS-To Capt. and Mrs Phillip1 2402 Delaware Avenue, at neiaw.r. Hospital on Jan. 23, a daughter. MOORE To Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Moore, Middleiown, at Delaware Hospital on Jan. 23, a son. BAKER To Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Baker 818 West Seventh Street, at Delaware Hospital on Jan. 23, a daughter. CALHOUN To Mr and Mrs Fred Calhoun, Clavmont. at Delaware Hospital on Jan. 22. a daughter. BRADERMAN-To Mr. and Mrs. Miiton Rrac'erman. 209 West Thirty-seventh Street, at Delaware Hospual on' Jan. 24 a daughter. I pierson-to Mr and James son Landenberg. Pa at Wilmington Gen- c-ai lospnai on Jan. 24, a son. BCRKE To Mr. a-d Mrs. George Burke. A22 East Fourth Street, at Wilmington General Hospital on Jan. 23. a daughter. MOONEN To Mr. and Mrs. John Moon-en. 303 West Fifth Street, at Wilmington General Hospital on Jan. 22, a son. MARQUIZ To Mr, and Mrs. Henry Marquiz. 305 Madison Street, at, Wilmington General Hospital on Jan. 22. a son, McNAMARA To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McNaman. 1616 Lancaster Avenue, at Wilmington General on Jan. 23, a daughter. georce-to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton at Wil Bireei mington General Hospital on Jan. 32, a daughter. KOHL To Mr. and Mrs Frederick Kohl, Rose Hill, St. Francis Hospital on Jan. 22, a daughter. McDOWELL To Mr. and Mrs, Benjamin, McDowell. 1102 Brandywine Street, at St. Francis Hospital on Jan. 23, a daughter. CHAMBLISS To Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chambliss. 1311 North Clayton Street, at St. Francis Hospital on Jan. 20, a daughter. SPENCER TRACY and IRENE DUNNE HIT! pfTHefffifiM JUDY GARLAND it! JUDY GARLAND iffW I i ngi o'clock. Interment will be in the Cathedral Cemetery. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bollais Markowski; a brother, Corp. Boniface Markowski, a Ma rine serving in the Pacific area, and two skiers, ranees uagoiuc and Mrs. Anne Sztanearowski, this city- in mem oriam in nad. but loving memory of our dear motner. Mary M. Algard, who passed away five years ago todav. Sadlv misted bv Children lrti i fr mmnr rf rvur fifar n- i anrl i mother, Cora Collison Denr.ey. who fell asleep eight years ago today. January 24, 1936. She always learned to watch for us Anxious if we were In winter, by the window. In summer, by the gate. And though we mocked her tenderly. Who had such foolish care The long wav home y.ould seem more safe Because she waited there. Her thoughts were all so full of us She never could forget, And so we think that where she is She must be watching yet. Waiting till we come Home to her Anxious if we are late: Watching from Heaven's window, Leaning from Heaven's gate. Sadly missed. Wm. R. Denny Children. tVlcCrery Funeral Home 2700 WASHINGTON ST Our Funeral Costs Meet Present Day Conditions railB your desires Urtrfc gotrern expense KARICETeVr24-SX JOHN C. HIRZEL Funeral Director PHONE 6951 i i i i WMMM I I i A ItllltMw iY Ja XJlA-LI? issssasMssststsJssj nfBz.MfMMi mCtfWfmxi "stace P00r CANTEEN" ARCADIA THEATRE Will Hopen Saturday, Feb. th Watch This Paper for Further Announcement! TWO SHOWS MARYLAND AVE. AT BOXWOOD AD. George MURPHY Joan LESLIE LIEUT. 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