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:,•',;; V". 1 •;" •; ••••:•!•./ ' t - ."' ;.V.v •.-':,..' ' fcage Eight Great 'Muai ' •',;. - 'Hold That ama/inK » ' . ' ,.'•'' ' . r : " '' cal Over At. Loew's Poli . . you nt? man or Uu- i • fdioiogrnpliy and Imr.kKPOund music IM Lho woman— and .so, |H<plm|>H,' It \H a svoman's phil-urn. Mill It . should have a powerful appeal Cor all su,vo llin.Ho who attend lhe Ihcatop ux- r.lu.Hlvr'ly for cofjicdy, "Suspicion" will anitisf. no uno. . -.••'•. .;./••(,.••-:•••:>•; '.;./•;. : -y^" '•'•,•"'• V-'V'y- if ! J '''3 : ;-; ; :v.- '.'.-. ; ' J .'-' '•. ;• ';'•';- ••i.x •-''.•••<: '"' -'-''''rt ' t ••''"' •''"'''<• ''•••'' '•' '•'.'''•' ; * • '.••''•':• ''•''''''..'v-^C*",': • ... i*. ••NA'U'CJAT'uGiJvi Held Over At Loew's Poli t. ' • •'••' ••;.rwi •: ';;v<^,»~-.:^wr~;^ '*•*"' % Now at Gem Theater a lloonoy, Came to tosm Now Ynar'H Kvo wirl Ilk-pally "wont to ,town", hi Mm mont. (Mitnr- la'lnjriK t'MPCorl'manc.n of his .r.tirwr In M-O-M'H new musical, "iialu'M Oft fipoadway." with .fddy naclmtd, an by- a law suppur.tlnK ,eu; , Kay Rainier li'nd siic HOfiK-und iWHtlloi 1 . Hay McDonald an •d Qul no, Uus latter two of the NPVV 'York mir-mm 'oorttody fl(«K«, Hoowiy and hi* Kan dt'tlvor airovmdriK of onU'i'lalnnio \vopth anybody's tlrn^'and money. ''"'fJahfm on Broadway" Is huIH, fa otftuf'talnmrnt from atari to finish DuallriK with thf HCOPCH HtopM, i\yho- .yearly Invade bruudwaj 1,0 ' lltfht fop' Iholp "bpoak" ttovnps a wldo jMMortun'i. o III'M both front and UH tpagfdy and huuuu iraUuMHul by lh< •O'lf" thfJ,'. Maine amnHli,.'.hit l ,.' ll Mr. Is flw»lhri and Airs, N'ortJi," Alton, radio noiii'. 1 - dlemui, ' Tim! next titf-ruoMon al. tin? Lor-w ( SuMplc,lon; i Thls drrtmu of a woman's tor- .JiuOg|fU«tlon 1» played against thlo&ninh'nf bfiokKroimd of -a' olal. KnKj|H|i town'. That the H of, lho;Ht(J»ry Is the t'rlle Hftuatlon ol' ii •.oullc'iroiti girl (luii't'lcrt to u.'uluirtM- inK • WftHti'ol; IM hai'fily discernible. In tUo •brlt'llunL tc«atnionl. Klvon 11 by DtrocUor -Alfred Illtohoook nnd the noe'-porrot'fnanoc of ,foan KonUdiu.!, Tho -fooiiH of plot and Incidental There UPO a few laughH lo reliisvij' tin 1 iroimlliiK iHiMiun—wpy laughs supplied pplncljiall'y by a foolish t'plrtid, InSt'Msilivu to anything below tin; Miipuuu) of hi'umly and lioi'.sfplay, whose iiflly death causes hep husl'xmd of murder 1 , All thin IH hisp husband of inunliM 1 . Al Illils Is HO clevnply HU#K«?sli!(l, almost un-' Hpoknn anrl HO oarcl'uly, ihollvaled, that one IH cmiiKhi. wllh ''(/Imi" In Mm wi-h of t'cur and distrust uiilil. In the last p<:cl!o mouiCMi(,s, sanity and balance return In the face' ol (l«!fllll. , The comiianlon fwiUii'O of this next atlpaotlon Is "liny Foot.', 1 Folio wi»>M I he .smashing success ot "Ta'nkH (i Mllloii," llal ; liojiqlisnro- duciul a Nuuuel to Uii.H 1 lilugh-pack- t.'d nlopy of Uncle Sam's dpuft army. Tin.- now ppoduclion, tilled "lluy Foot," shirs ! tins'Huin'o M\*t> Of-- top contodla/iH— Vyilllain; Trhcty, . ,loo Sawyer, Jamo:* CdeaHon--ai\d svllf have Its locul premiere'at ; th'<r I,new Poll tin-atop on Satin-day. -*)?' r >•*' .i. % < vj'>> /A'-* >* Fine Double Bill Tonight'.' At The Gem ^h^^noyci-'-'miil -lUm-fjupet, Sullavnn in XAnppjntinent For .Love..".,, ''•. Finly Vinrliind, slnri'cil.vwilh Mlckuy Koon^Jn^l)^ Tim tiosv poma/itlc Hcp6f!ri com >lnallfin of CliapleM' Hoyop and Map •v.l Sullavan, Inltlaly co.-HtaPpc< y Unlvctpsal In "Uuoli SKtrool/V is (M'p'Huat<!d by the Mamo j»tudlo it AppofMliiKMil. i'op hove," iiow' at M 1 fH'iu Ilinatup. . - ' Tim piMinion IH In <lipecl PO.HIIOIIHO I ho HUccesHl'ul appoapancu of tin WEDNESDAY.-and THURSDAY , . i^lj:^^ &&&,&• &&to&'t'<;-,'^^^ :';l'^f'-^'i^ < 'fA'f ' . , - Added Special To The Ladies! ,$1,00 ^ox Of •OonKifcanco .Bennett's 'Radiant, Powder Npte—-All Wpmon Pa'trons, including' those without'cards, will roooivo the powder, • . TONIGHTS'.Chooolate Soldier' s. EXCURSION THIS SUNDAY Lv, NfliiOrtfuck 8:14 A.Kl, Du» Now York (G.C.T, 10:29 A,M, Ro v h<rnlncj l.v, New York (G.C.T. P ' M ' ..- unui'r lU-linTF i' ilniilntf In caoiH-lly <>!' Couch •Ti'iifiiji—IMiroliti.w In iidvniuu*. Kliusvu (loos :not. lutiltidii' Kuilornl '1'a.Y, iaienled pair in thc'ii 1 .,first Vehicle. UnllKo^ It, h'o\vovLM 1 , . u Appoint/jient fop f/o'vn" is.a slpoamlinefl cohiedy- Vomance played against a gay and modopn ''Upoadwuy .-hack^pound, Hoyop poptpays a.sLiccussfiir pluy- WPlKlif- while-' Miss •Sullavan- enacts Hie I'oleof a chic earcopi.st. ; . Tho ' theme ; of the play exploits the extpaordinary talen'ts or Boyop and jNfis.s Sulluvnri In .a fai-co-tlnged dpania, . svlille .ainpljfyltig the able ruii-uuHt ape Rlla Johnson, lilu- Kenu". Pallette, I'Uilh 1 Terry, • llogi- nald.-penny, J; M. v KepplKiin, Cecil Kollaw/ty ' and nointin Hohhen In fcntupe'd : , poles. 'Able/, direction is K\ von the play by' yuteran 'William \. 'Sol.tor; ' .whilu.^Hruce -Mrtnnhik. ipofluc.ed. • .- .'.-•• • '• ' Seven Hones'/..each-, a., potontia.. hit, have' been wr 11, tc n I > y,, M i I.I o n . t ; Up sen aiid Kvopett Capi'pp''-fop....rjj,iivepsars' now ii'iiiHlual production, "Shin Another .CIiopuH', 1 .;-ho\y-'al tho;Gom' lliu- atop. '('he-'AIlHim paiige.s fpo'ui boogie waoKlo tunes to 'bn'ljads; • ; •'• • .. AmonK , the,,miinb'ppsi w^iich HPO. su()g '.by .lane'. KPUKUO,..'i.p'is "'Adrian and yoiuifi' I'lrmald MU)d;''no'naUI: Pet-. OPS, ,a'rc' : 'l(iclud('d.- si'ich* , 'IntplKLii.n'K. titles,,;,as. /'-'iVoogle' .h.Voogle •:. Man,- 1 " "Dancing On'.' 'Alp,. 1 ' •"> 'MUi#-i.)utl.inV Monio'o,' 1 ; "Wallc'''\vith ..-'Me',)' "Two Wde'k.s VaciilioiK \Vltli ; ,l?ay," . "Mi's- «}<0DoorlloV'/iufd , 1<; We,'Too,' . (J:15 p. in. ' -.-••• .;• YN'BliV—Tod Powell's'Orch.• -,-• WICAI* 1 —News . ' , :: ' " . ;/ ; : .vvTJC-vvicc-syjz-tSports • .• ..\yAi3C—Voico-bi 1 : Br.6adw4y> , » '.WATRr-DeTen'se Bbfid Ta-lk, New " Tune Time : .''-,-' •.•:, .' •;. ': '• • .' •- (IiM 'p.-'niV;^ ;- ; .'•'•:.:- .WI3RY—No\ys 'liy'-E. ^diii'Jsty Erk ' \VOH-NewSv., -. ,' .- .'•;=' •'•'-. •"; V: \V'J3 A I' r -WTl G—l^a ft I 1 > G h a P. i n,; ;: , So ngs \VARG—Outdpops with "Bob., ftdgc AVICC—News'; ty usicalv^o'undup/-' WATR—I 5 lcasupc a|id/ : .-Ppon't;. ... WB11Y-WABG—Wppirl"^.i'dtty-.-!-. '.'-.',•' \V,I Z-MT. 1.0—Up'jVd |l /'Thpj)!^ /;r ^ WOR—l'lore's-:JYlpPgan;. v v,v'"o--,^ \ViriC—Mowl ;: -Club vr '-•'•*•••••**: , -••-.-. VVATU^-W-lts-urirl. -..;.' : •-. 7:00'-p. FOR OF THEATERS IN RAID •W K A P- \YTiOf-F i v cc r .VN^'p'i ifg ; '' \VM3G~Amo8 ... Tlie.'following/.air ;paid .protection suggestions., fop theaters.. Jiave been -issued by James M. Landis, pegional .dippctop fop, New .England of the. Oi .Hco oi' Gl.viJian Defense.: ..- ,At -a ••; nice ting hold by .pcppcscnta tives,>-Qi 1i .''.tIicatcp owners of Nc\\ Efia'ljuVd.-.ytho -Regional Director ; o ,Giyil'idni;'pCfcn'se/ of- the New Ki land/. Area,, and . rcppcscntativcs u .'tiiu. NeyV; England..State Councils, d Defense^ the fbllpwing : suggestions a'nd/;.instpijct'>p!i5 ; ' wepe ppo.p'psed : ah a.. IJa.sls . for .ppecau'tiohnpy. -iiVcasupj Iro be.f-;tijkpn-;..by : thuntep .ownei's 'to .'HafeguUPr-l'f-.-'.'^A' 1 ''- • pn'tpons -and the public-:' fpom tn.c consequences ok' \VRRV-W,BAR-WTlp.-^News - S i.., WOR—Aro{jncl/-thc:'Hihg]>// f '•.,'• \VABpr-1Jttiiny 'lipSB'.-N * V; V< .;•,, •; '• .WJX-\VJCC7^.Tj i aopr-''Of.',..iydslioPpr^bns WATI1- ,,. "Slriif?~'.-Anoili(!p ll ..':f!hm > UH,". •,'which was" dlrfJ{;l,cd;/J)y, .^Ciui'Mus; '. haniont, ' ' Mlscha A'IJOP, hle ; 'O'Dear, '.Ml.s's Raplder,' and' 1 . Joe. featupcrfl:" '"'*',. V« ep-r:alJef.t;'.S.un- Adpi'an,-.0,T;opge Rt.'o'wn',' \)r.; are On The 'Kr'egelqlv in; VVRRY--H i oi-ac s e llejill/'s;-Qrc^h; ': , WIUAli'-W.TlC—Burns iar^d'^Vjlca, /.. ly^Vours'''".^'., .WABG—Second .Hu^b/aiYd^ •••.'*'' ••• .-'•••-'.••'•-. 7:4l>.p'!'-in!iv'"7'> .'•''- ' , '-sSporls'-- •.' ; ''-.v^ ; f'' r -'••••')- WBRY—FiKSt-QTfefidap. |. .••'/- '-,.' WWAf^WTIC^oliii'iryln^scnts -'- \VMX-NVJGQ—Gu'gat', Rli.umba'. Revue \VABG-ATo .You' n 'Ml'ssl-jVfr Jl.ei.r ? YVATn-\\ ; On— W-hftl'ri' MV.-Nn tinn ? . . ^h'e::;Aircryft .Darning System. iVfeiv.Titiii-iiiigejneht should" be fn- lut^,AVith^ ';i/hc. nji-craft warning 'sysl,6ni;:'' :i 'J'hb i '_pre.serHip-.of enemy -ahv ei'al.'l<is : -signalied-. from one •eenti-a'l stJUi'pe'V in. rfew England . to points in th!e'..•'.various' •;stales, known • n.s ; . S; ; --.Marinc Goi^ps T'rogpam \VlflAl?-WTlG^-13fitL-lc or-.thc Sexes W,/Z.~.\y'JCG— Fanious Jury Tpials' * ! ' ' \\TMY~ \Vftn>cri .'S.teplVan,' songs'; ( ' '\\^'A'l3f"' • (.'I ^ l : . .,T>'i, »..r. t'i.,^. 1 ^ ';• , p .. ••' .','. Ileidt'-'TPeas- 71 I ' I * • , . ' T T ).l 1 I V> 1 1 .L.J \J\J> JJ I 1 I W^VBG^-Bop/Burns ••Sh'QAv. W10 A f'«'- WT IC^-H OP wo": : ••Sullivan WI'JAK—.nhyllima'iresV • " w " WOR—l.Jnclq Don ' .< ' ' ! •'• W.I^'—Ne'ws; -A-l' 'and : Loe'.Beisei v ure ^VOn~c;an^:.You NVATR— ^announced ' C ' W m L A EM WEDNESbAY - :• : ON tYS' ; v •'.'-. VVA'TR— News.-; Dancing Disc' • ' • /' ,\ .. .'•'. ,/l):'J5 p.^ in.-- - ' " ! ! \VI3RY~Or Mikbs' aijVi -.Movies ! \VOR^-Sl)Cp.'l<7blcls^ Qi'ch; • ' WATR—Jolinny S.l.<jcl.n, .News -- • 1 .''.:' ,.'> / .,{):;iO p. in. •• . , ; NVBUY--NVAI3G— Report 1 to" the Nation WID/VP L WT]Q— I'JHjbcr' McOe.e and .' Goulds .Qpcli.. Marching 'Men i.ie. iui;i(iin..i: oi- iLiiu • si/uii- ..(-u ,i.Mj.i,t.iy end ;jip' ; pui(i' warden' of- tlic, tlieaLep. ne : o}: ..i n Oi'fi" dop u ti.e.s, .shn'I I - ajso • be ppdinted, 'so i:hn v t- : at 'all t tiiD.es;, ono \VOR-.\yjpO— Mori, - -SohtfRVfor • VVBHY- WAT-M, WISAJ^WTIG (/ OiOnh .•iMH-Iep's-OptJJi. V-WJCO—Raymond Gp'am r< '"-Bob Mo'pe'.^how AfCoirs . . . .. WB,R.Y-WABG^-,Juan \V,JX.— J^oSysr -•"'' ; Lashing men-'ond beqsti to hate.,-and love...-in a forbidcien Pagan Paradise! 8BI4N DtNLEVjr 6ROD CBAWFOiib ANDY DEVINE • H-fiN-RY WIICO'XON 1 ' H.'B. WARNER ARM I DA and •• ' ., *• MARIA M9NTEZ fht Screw'j Hew Blm if Eicitemfnlf- SlvP.ll.on • ' WOR— .Ru-py Wayne, Songs ; \VlGG~l6pftiniRn Ch'orus ; .0vei- MnnlmLUn- 1 '. . 0:45 j). m. ' \VBRY->yABG— News ; HAmona and flep Tune , '• - T.vyi al,e i ; f>- • • . - . WATR-WlGG— Schubept Gl'iifo Chorus ; v AV.vX.-- '11:00 i ni. ,THRIU!.,.(0'tiicfcro. ciotis charge of savage, jungle beasts! -- ,; • ( THRILLI.'./co.chcclwth- bntclc bcwccn a narivc and a man-cacin^sliark! THRIUI to the sway DUlDE COWBOY t ;.; ''AppoihtmehtvFor Love"-/^^;-V!••-::/. • :-.::^^s:.-^^^ . , W;j.?I.rAVA13C r VVTlG—j •Weathei 1 , 1 . -J1:15 p. m. WBHY—Johnny Long' OPC!I. WKAK—Music You Wnnt WORf-Lowdown 'on 'lll-Hl •WfCiC-^-'Tohhny Mesnei's Opeh. WTIC—Bpuce I'Xdinestock . .WAnC-^nuy. T^ombarrJo Orch. ^VATn—News from' London * ' ; -IliHO p. m . W B R Y 7 .WA B C—B e n n y G o o d m a IT'S WEAF.—Ppancis Craig's Or'oh.-. WOR—.lo'linny .Mcsnep's Orch. W.'IZ^wrGO—Vnl-- Olman's ' Opeh. WA f rB-WJCQ—Do n . DCS tops' Qpch. • /."V 1 -.'- : 12:00 .Midnlfiht- : ' • WBRY-WABG—News; -Everett Hoag- •)(iiid-,0'pcb'. . ." ; .:•'''• -...-'•- : WIfiAl?-\VTJC~News; RoyShi'clcls ' Qpch.- "•••'•' ;'. .' „•;.. •,'.- : ' •- \;-.'-. • '-.. VV.JZ—News; -Bob .BypnesV.Qpcli. ' ,>voi3-\yiClr.!- : - r F,d s f.iy "• Duchin's •: Oroli. ; District- Warning Centers, •The -yellow'lj^bt'- is;1,he first' signal. It may-'b'c./fpn'owcd 1 by- a blue i-IIgli'; uncl - Lh.is, ;in. •Liirii', ."by. a- red ; lig-hC. A \yliitc-. 1 JJghL: 'indicates an • "-air cleap"; situation. -These- signals -are- tpansmitUd fppm District -.Warning. Oente'ps to. 'Bepopl. Centers and ( ,o the AHPSepyJoes,,.The yellow, and blue/'signals arc conlidentia!.. A ;pu.l lie alftpm is given only On, the re signal. : 2-.'Uniform Public Alarm...The- lii ifopni public alann in New Engiah consists of- a series of short' bias I on a. siren ..or 'whistle, or, if .give by,...bells,, by a constant ringing o the bolls, The "all cloar" signal 'con sists of lon&, continti'oiis blasts' oi if g'iven.by hells," a slbw- toiling 'o the-'bcMs. .... . ' ' . : . 3.\Notlce "of .Public Alarm in The ateps.--... The.ilep. management mus fake moans'to see that, tlieir-pati-pn .are...quietly :buL. cD'ecJivoly..-gi'voi notice.of a public ahu-m and .thn such notice ..shall 'be .given onl.v tho. j-cKpon.siblG 'head -of "the -thea- tep. Oiv duty "at- tlip thn'c. The./nol)icr of' the alarm . shnjl fbe', accbmpa ; niei by . the i.sug'gestion { tlial, /.the safest coupse , of conduct . for.- pal.pons . to pupsue Is' to pomnin seated,- anr; paiipons 'shall be j pe(|ues'tcd "to ; . m.ain/ seai'.e'fl. ,Tlu{a tep : ' mahiigepicnl shail- then, see 4b jit l,'hal,''U;ic'rSb.p.\v l.-liat .- li.ns .-b.ecn- • m'omentarily rupl'dd sha-11 go on.''";. - - ;: Wa.pdons" . and/' AHP Se.pvices, 1 •] v.e P y /1,1) e n I e r 'o wh e i •".is 11 .'.U T a one. 'm.crubop' of. v the. staff. : ..t'o".be. the lead ",'' ippdint 'cispqnsible'. indi.vidual ' shall liaise. Sufflf'j-inni. ol.VUic" sta'ff 6T th'e lieni.ep' sluiir also-.he tpalned as aip •aid ] vyaKlens. '-.This "staff- 1 oi 1 /ait,-paid va.pfjen.s shall; be/' in'stpuci.cd/as -i-0 heir duties' im.Lhe event r of..an.air aid ..and.,.sb.a.ll;..be. tiio.r.o.uglily .and .pegujiiply. di'i.llod -in' the some,: Tlip head• aip.paid wn'pden of.the'th'catep oi'.his d'eputy. hcih^/.-papt _of till 1 .. rc'gi.iliip]'y.*c"ni > 'ol I oil" AlVl^ Sei'v'ices • 6"f 111 e ; ' co m.m u n i.t y,/'' wij I-; p.0(3,c i y e. • I. Ii o.so 'signalfj thai/-' the,- ARP--Sepvrces;.ai;e en'firied,. v to I'ccelyo.''/..'•/•'./.' ' '*.'.. •"•".'.' 0.-...Insl.pucl,i.ons -^I.O'. '. Pntppns'... In. thenlieps.'wh'opp .insti-ucfions to' pa-. /tpoiKS;,' ape;' givoii as •'. tp^Milieip'/con^ Bands duct in t'he event "of. HiV,'' hy means of- ppogpams 'OP, oljie.rwi.se, ins'lrucr ,Songs. -lions ,'as ,to••'!'.lie!p.- .comluct'.in. '•:'.\.\\e event ..of-an aip .paid 'shaH'sinillaply be included.' Those jnstpuctlons sbaj fidvlsc..patrons'; to remain "seated* am. not-soc.k the' grcatop danger of the sti-eets. ; 0.. Persons Seeking- Shcltcp in the r .riicater. In the event of a' public a hi pm, pei\sons seek ing shcl tep , in the theatep OP the theater lobbies shall be arlmitt'^d freely, without petard to admission fens.- . :• -^ ' :• 7. Ovepcpowding -of Theaters.'.E1V .fop.ts shal.l.be mrido by theater..management to 1 reduce ovcpcrowding of theaters and to assist hnrring. persons standing in'the'reap of'halls, in 1 aisles',' OP olsewliero.' . •'"' . 8. Lighting. The .lighUng- system of all l.lieatcps shall be pc-examincd to mnke certain :'(n) -That'all exlep- iop ligliting can be immediately and simply, extinguished . in the .event of a public alupm 'OP the'command fop a black-out, and (b) that.interior lighting shall not emit any light outside the theatep. .To effect .nil's latter objective, skylights,' windows, etc.,-''may have . to be covcpcd'. so I that no light shall ; be emitted.' In- teriop-lighting may .thus be :kcpt hupning through -an aip paid; ; ' 9. .;Kx3fc- ..Lighting. Exit-.lighting shall be so aminged as .to permit the burning of' exit. lights'.-despite an ,nir paid or' a /blackout.'.Un.1.11 standapd.blnckoul, flxl.ures.'arcavail- fthle for exlcpiop axil'light's,-'a; 10 There's something about the style distinction of our tux suit by that famous clothes author "sampeck" which makes $24.75 its cost look $3£»OO worth of tux any timeln^Prep" . " : floor* ; ' V, : It' s a rich shade of midnight blue —-tailored in ah outstanding,; upstanding: d'ouble breasted streamline model form, tracing broad shoulders, longer length i and attuned in every way to the style tempo of this age. Correct accessories, too — hats to shoes. watt inside- frosted", bulb, shielded as described below, will give allowable, 'safe,, illumination from abou.l a 0 foot mounting, heigh I.' Shielding n be achieved ,by means of nr opaque oup held close to the bulb 0)' by means : 6f'dense paint on the bulb which will restrict the downward emission of light, to a pay -lipough a H' 1 -diameter liolc or a i-8 11 x 2"'slot. Any. glass fixture enclosing,,the bulb and reflecting ight'Kays'above Hie Hopizontalppo- ection 'of'-.the Alight' source must )C removed OP,obscured.' JO. Auxiliary Lighting. The, instal 7 ati-on-'of auxiliniiy lig-)itirig system, s r'ccommendecl,''so. tbalr if' the regular lighting !system fails, resort; an l)e hod -tp ; • tjils.-- means./In the bsencc of-Uin • |auxiliary.'lighting, ystcm, theaters should lie proviYJed vith suHlcient flashlights', to' light lie auditorium' and -the/passagc- vays. ' '/)•. ; / ;. ; / • U. Luminous: P,afnt.,in Alleyways; Vhen exits leiidi to alleyways or. jnssageways, a; strip . of/ white .lu- riinous paint shall..be ..put on ad- oininjj walls' -or pavements ; to'~lead ic way to the .slree'ts. . ,' MORE DAYS GRACIE ALLEN Mr. & MrsT iiorfh ,with William POST, Jr. .AlMO~— . ,ATIOS'l' WA ..KVKN-TS -'-IN NIOWS SHIPISMAE Quincy.'Mass,, Jan. G-Ku.P")—FroirJ blueprint to a. suawopthy- 'boat 100 'days 'is the'latest record mad by employees of- Bcthlbhem steel CompnnyV Pore .Hi.vor Shlj)yapd. The.tanker Sinclair il~C\tSvent «i| its trial • run tod.ay ,,and, ; jIX^as lo tei turho ( d over,.to the 1 Si.n^flaj'i*" f\c. Comjiany . tonfgiit—exactly^ 1QO dx$ 'after! S'ts ]v eel. .was" laJciL "The ,sl)iji launched.:December, ! J3,. \yo.s \,. plet'cd- yesterday, • "•'.'•':• .,"'•' Honey-Dipped I)ou(f!niuts Danish Patsry Suiia'r Buns• Nut Hrcad Hard, Crispy,' l*oppy; Seed Rolls Hni.sed Biscuits Home Made_ Hye '.Bread Kuhn's City Bakery MAPLE ST. TEL. 3078 — FOR SALE — Brick Building and lot on Woodbine Street, Suitable for Small Manufacturing Business Naugatuck Insurance Agency, Inc. Room 9 Neary Bldgf. Phone 2080- Gfreat Oak Farm ;OXFOIW ROAD MILK :!— ORE AM CH&COLATE MILK POtJLTRY Daily Delivery to All Parts of Waugatuck Telephone ,5049, K 3?our saying account DIVIDENDS were added to depositors' accounts 'on January 2d> at the following- annual rates: . up to $5,000, 2% $5,000. to $10,000, 'l l /2% above $10,000, Naugatuck Savings B jank The Old-Tjime '.'Mutual" MOTORISTS!!! BRING YOUR TIRES HERE TORE Fuel COST Church Street TeL 2219 FORD — MERCU.--RY — LINCOLN b [AC [oc S H lio i :1 111 isc ion hs 1- fbc in 'ge 11 ft (ilk lor.' 3SG tier B o fmi Slo tra |gc. •tfo lase |ftk |s c llcrs 1.0 Pu h /he lin ! Ihe i;r' i a e he 1C I' r

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