The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on April 4, 1940 · 17
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The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey · 17

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THE DAILY HOME NEWS. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1940. PAGE SEVENTEEN Eighteen hundred of the 2.000 Volumes in the library of Johnny Green, composer and band leader, deal with music. JACK & BOB'S Prospect St.-OIden Ave. ., Trenton, N.J. The Original BETTY BOOP Taramount's famous cartoon star. Plus other star acts. 2 floor shows nightly, 3 shows every Sunday. Never a cover charge. PS if rJf "The Coquettes," All Girl Orchesra "Youth and Beauty on Parade" at RARITAN BALLROOM Perth Amboy Next Sunday Night, April 7 Nationally Famous All -Girl Orchestra Featured by Warner Bros. Pictures ADMISSION-63C Incl. Tax LAST TIMES TODAY: THE NEW OPERA HOUSE I'D LOVE Beautiful . . . in her V W ' ?tj J. to. 'REBECCA' CONTINUES AT N. Y. MUSIC HALL Having played to 117,735 persons in the first four days of its engagement at the Radio City Music Hall, "Rebecca," David O. LYRIC THEATRE Bound Brook TeL UM TODAY, ITU. SAT. "GULLIVER S TRAVELS" A Full l.enelh Krnfnre Cartoon I TK IIMt OMHl IOMKDY - NKWS Come In for it taote of oar Twin n to Ple. A plraalnic light before the ejen. They're delicious! Johnny's Neapolitan Kitchen Cor. Cod Mine Ave. A Surdam St. Phone 346 P ARK a THEATRE Highland Park. Tel. 2078 AmrleFreeParking Tonite Play "Lucky"" fiAMR SOCIAL LAST I'MIKS TODAY ASSOCIATE KliAllllE "Mexican Spitfire" 4 -J "VIRGINIA CITY" with V UPROARIOUSLY STARTS TOMORROW FOR ONE WEEK TO DINE WITH vis It doesnf moke sense, but it ment! A jewel-thief whose victims fell in love with Society's favorite bachelor mand at Scotland Yard as in Olivia de Havilland most appealing role! Selznick's production of the Daphne du Maurier novel, has taken its place among the strongest attractions the Music Hall has ever played and will begin its second week today. On the first three days of its engagement, W. G. Van Schmus, Music Hall managing director, found it necessary to add an extra performance daily. In addition to ''Rebecca," which AMERICAN LEGION MflMfc? ismvois FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 2 P. M. JACKPOT SPECIAL JACKPOT 25 MEDALS PARK THEATRE Raritan Avenue Phone 207S Highland Park THE FAMILY iHfcA i flu TODAY HOUVWOOD SAID IT W COUIO IE MIDM News Jimmy Dorsey and Band House Exterminator TOMORROW "My Son Is Guilty" 5 Little Peppers At Home" v-'',WS I 'I A realism! M V M ERROL FLYNN and MIRIAM HOPKINS YOU, DARLING... makes grand entertain who was as much in de England's finest houses pFp - "1 rf &4"' """"" M , is released by United Artists, the Music Hall also will holdover its striking Leon Leonidoff stage spectacle, 'Tropical Nights," in which Nirska, butterfly dancer, and Betty Bruce, young musical comedy star, are the featured performers'. The Rockettes, Corps de Ballet, Vocal Ensemble and the Symphony Orchestra also appear in the revue. AUXILIARY POST 88 lo THEATRE SOUTH RIVER TONIGHT "Rhumba Rhythm'' News Awful Goof Little l.amkln TOMORROW Little Old New York" MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY KITE Continuous Sat. & Sun. David Niven... sweeping to new heights as a brilliant player of romantic comedy! SHORTS NEWS i A WD w WAR RESTRICTIONS CUT FOOD PRICES Slump in Demand for Farm Products Laid to Reduced Exports TRENTON. April 4. Reversing the usual tendencies to increase food prices, the war in Europe appears to be causing a definite slump in the demand for farm food products, with a consequent decline in retail costs, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture stated today, in its monthly survey of the average retail food prices in this state. The average retail cost of all foods was 1.68 per cent lower in March than during February, 1940. In commenting upon the continued decline of all foods in recent months, D. T. Pitt, statistician of the Department of Agriculture, said, "The war in Europe has diminished rather than stimulated the export demand for our farm products. Our fruit exports have been drastically reduced. "In the first few months of the war there was an increase in domestic demand for farm products due to increased industrial production in anticipation of expected war requirements. Now that industrial production has declined, the outlook for domestic de mand for farm products is not so favorable. As a result, food prices are going down." Among the commodity groups showing the greatest drop m March below the February prices. fresh eggs registered a decline of 14.86 per cent. Records of egg receipts at principal markets indicate that egg production is increasing rapidly from the low lev el caused by the cold spell in late ; January and early February. LITTLE ANN LITTLE OR BETTY BOOP HERE Four feet, 10 inches and 94 pounds of dynamic "Boop Boop a Doop" was in town yesterday. The personage, Little Ann Little: or The Voice of Belly Boop, adniittnrl ihai lllr nurrnnl ennnifA- ment at Jack and Bobs, Trenton night spot, has been considerably enhanced, as far as she's concerned, by proximity of the Princeton campus. She w ill stay there, autographing photographs for patrons and synchronizing to a silent film of the cartoon character Betty Boop, her own voice slightly altered to fit the character of kittenish Betty. Betty or Ann or the Boop Boop a Doop Girl, is making a series of personal appearances pending her rerall to Miami Beach, Fla., where the Max Fleischer studios, Betty Boop creators, are located. Now that the studio has completed the feature-length film, "Gulliver's Travels." it is planning to produce a number of shorts, including those starring the coy Betty of the flattery eyelashes and mouse-like voice. Question: "Marripd"' Answer: "No. hut I'm willing That's iust to cive a slitrlit irloa of what the off-screen Betty Boop is iikp. FILM CALENDAR RKO STATE "Northwest Passage." Spencer Tracy, Ruth Itussey, Robert Young. "Blondic On A Budget," Penny Singleton. Arthur Lake. OrERA HOUSE "Virginia City," Errol Flynn, Miriam Hopkins, Randolph Scott. RKO RIVOLI "Seventeen." Jackie Cooper, Betty Field, Otto Kruger. "Forgotten Girls," Louis Piatt, Donald Woods. RKO ALBANY "Broadway Melody of 1940," Fred Astaire, Eleanor Powell, Frank Morgan. "Castle On The Hudson," John Garfield, Ann Sheridan, Pat O'Brien. STRAND "Of Mice and Men," Burgess Meredith, Betty Field, Lon Chaney Jr. CAPITOL "The Housekeeper's Daughter," Joan Bennett, Adolphe Menjou, William Gargan. PARK "He Married His Wife," Joel McCrea, Nancy Kelly, Roland Young. "Mexican Spitfire," Lupc Vclcz, Leon Krrol. BROOK "Kid Nightingale," John Payne, Jane Wy-man, Walter Catlctt. "Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President," Ann Sothcrn, Lewis Stone, William Gargan, Walter Brennan. LYRIC "Gulliver's Travels," full-length feature cartoon. A weekly expense list hearing the signature of Nurse Edith Ca- I veil recently sold for 112 pounds ! in Paris. j FORUM ON AMERICANISM and nicknames and hobbies and what have you. That's the Letters Column in Parade of Youth. Today boys and girls arc sitting down and writing about their hopes, their activities, their feelings. And when they do, they don't set them down in the privacy of diaries they tell them to Parade of Youth. Parade passes them on to you. You can catch the flavor ond spirit of today's young people, and do it without stirring from your easy chair or hammock. Just read "Letters" in Parade. You'll find Taradc, the I only boys and girls newspage, 1 every week in the New Brunswick N. J. BAR ASSOCIATION WILL CONVENE MAY 31 NEWARK, April 4 !.?) Allen B. Endicott Jr., president of the New Jersey Bar Association, announced today the annual meeting and election of officers of the association would be held at Atlantic City May 31 and June 1. Sylvester C. Smith Jr. of Newark and Phillipsburg, now vice president, is slated to succeed Endicott as president. TRESPASSER FINED BOUND BROOK, April 4. Peter Shulack, 32, of 219 West Main street, was fined $10.25 by Recorder Joseph J. Williams yester- TEN PIN TAP The Only Tntrrn In (lip t'ily Heineken's Imported Holland Beer on Draught Opi. P. It. H. Slnllun Today: "NORTHWEST PASSAGE" & "BLONDIE ON A BUDGET" T ENTIRE WEEK STARTIHG TOMORROW HONESTLY. . . FEARLESSLY. . .THE GREATEST NOVEL OF OUR TIME COMES TO THE SCREEN! ... a moving picture of sensitive understanding and rare power I f 's- " " v j A TWTTTT0 ii iiiiii JACKIE COOPER & "Forgotten Girls" O STARTS al his f m I 3- u mi h'Zk k I un on thp farm Pifji with U Mar Rar. Farmer's I . . ;day when found guilty or tresspassing on property of the Cen-! tral Railroad of New Jersey. I Shulack, a pressman by trade, was arrestee! at iu:zu p. m. on March 23 by Detective William Robinson, Sergeant J. Cruitt and Lieutenant C. J. Lavcrctt of the Central Railroad. The new Vult.ee fighting plane "Vanguard," with a 1600 horsepower engine .has a top speed of about 400 miles an hour. The maximum armament that it can carry is 10 machine guns and 10 small bombs. A new technical gadget for use of automotive technicians was recently designed. The meter Today 1 rl. iin Pnlhrrn, Also John Jilt In Jni nnil I K I h e I Turp u V4 y ni a n In inn nn ihc . Kill Mlill T- Prrnlilcnt" I.NGALK" mm Tm JotKf , HENRY FONDA PaMi. . RUSSELL SIMPSON Ma Joed . . JANE OARWELL 41 .... 0- Z. WHITEHEAD Casy .... JOHN CARRAOINE Mule .... JOHN OUALEN Crompa . . CHARLEY GRAPEWIN Connit . . . EDDIE OUILLAN Romham . . DORRIS BOWDON Cmma . . . ZEFFIE TILBURY - JtiFIMSM I.VNN JUAN HENRY BARI DAVIS WILGOXOH "DFKEE, 5 TODAY & FRIDAY in "SEVENTEEN" with Wynne GiIon SATURDAY O 'fad (?0MJV bet o Dick Heldor... artist... I adventurtr . . . dreamsr . . . lover . . . mm your favorites! JJ&M Charlie Rugglcs jZ$- p a m nj With daughter" I shows the number of miles traveled per gallon of gasoline, taking into consideration th temperature, winds, timing, speed, load, etc. -OL-ON-Y llimirrnare l'HKK Toaltc "Remember the Night" with SlniiMv.u A MncMurra? i hi. a svr. cash gvr. "CaNtle on the Hudson" "Music In My Heart" Dance Tonight LEGHORN FARMS BALLROOjVI Un Lincoln Ill-way. Trcnlon lo I'hlla.- Milc from Trenton Ray Londahl's Orch. Spfolnl 'I hl ailv. nml 40 rrnli Mill ii limit tno tonite only IFRL, SAT. fpaMHVviwniH It II ii u i & SUN. SHOW STARTS 12 NOON H KIHAV k I RI.MH 'BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940'' & "CASTLE ON THE HUDSON" STARTS SAT. -2M) iirn "SECRETS OF A HOSSL" SUNDAY TIMES

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