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• ' • ' r 'V • ••• U • • TV J '.••-,...: I' ;.;< ; .;r'Av-;.'- •J-K-.U,•>.-•»-../.\;«. : -;;O',y *w ;-,'•••.'-'.••^••••^•K-•.-•••• -•;•: •••-:••••.•• i' !'Y''-.VW';-;'.-;>ri;" "'I-;..''.- -,.':•. - r *,v-.t.'V'>''•';'•".'' 'foohnloolov Film Now At •'Gom Tho&tor „.„„ in (he production or mo« iijdiM'r.'t reaeUen u nnsv height il{" ''n,,, HimlHK ,"!' I'aramoimt'H luii-nlm 1 romance "ilahaiiw Pas- 1 ''- j.u-sliiri'liiK MadoMnn Carroll u j''4firliuj< Haydon, now at tho l 'i" ti i ,ui->tVr to Ihn Horoon Nelson , • |n'.-*l •selllitK novel, "Dlldo "'''''."lyMdur'T-dliM'cl.or K, If. MrM 1 - l "Y'. n in|i"i'tcd I'orly men and ! "" ,,(' (he Paramount (Munpan.v *'T, nitv Hand ol' Ml (lay In tho 10 , | ssV'»t Indies, 'i,u()0 mllns '''''^Inilywiuiil, Alow with thorn i Ti-i'Mnli'iil"! 1 eamei'a miulpnu'iil i t .Hnu»:h I'oml ami Imuslnw I'aoll- . '),, HI-! up a miniature lonl oily, ||I> ' < \ s ,.. doiii- MO thai Urn pleluro l " 1 !, ii, v .< i'«»r HM Mi'tlliiK Iho orlK- '",, !,'i,. ,-hiMpn by the aullmr for " IJl v!i,i,-i> n-ad Mlory, 'I,,,,,,* l,y wbal Is heard about ," Ihn The story ., MadHi'lii" Carroll, lovely i »- % i 11... i. 11.. •. j I !, i-niiuiH 1 ' 1 I'l'lsvt'.rn a tflrl svho |f " )„„,„ ai'unml and a man who iu^ ' hMD ,,i|>h ..iit)\ I ( I 1 i i »•••--» • tt , i|,y.|fn, havliiK tiii' 1 "! thn inun J ' ,',•„,. inMUhMK^ or MlH nnurotlc. I,-!' s\li'» t'cal'M Ihn iwl-lvn hlanKM, 'I 1 ' 1 ' i,;^ t),Mi lu inaK'M lll'n MO t.in- l.t.t ^ IMS I " -^' * .... '',,,,, rfl ||, rri uc-wly-lilml ovnr Miuh'N-Inc and tiw I'a- \vltl li'avi!, Alafh'IcliK', r;;;;;; iVdi; m \»™ wm» "w\™ ;,,! l.< .M.-rwIniMl thai hu will luvn ''u',.,, I'ninanld 1 plaliM Al'O H0lil|»ll" [JMUhiylrn Is inarrl«Ml,_hlM wllV at Abbott - Oostollo Draw Crowds State, Wntorbury if VMM Int'Mul Id ^ ( <' HH'ld Abboll |, n .| '|,..u I'.nsl.'ll.. III tholr latest \\ m \\ ri.ii "Mid* 1 'Km flrisvhoy .•ui'i'i'nily »l Warner 1 .-* Stale tlnuilcr, W.UiM-lmry, yuu'll have to hurry »s li-i'i'Di'iii-iiii'i 1 ^ ininurrnw cvonlnx H.Hiiivt'ly iMinrlnil' 1 " s oimaKiMiicnl, '<,al.-d I,I|..H 11 with William Oar-. n«U'.-« U tin 1 Mft'oiid hit Ol \\',ilt hl.^ni'j 1 In'- 14 ' {(l|l(1 " lie uoiiiUM win* cri'iiU'il Htich UH- Hi'Kt-ihil.lo |ili'iui'»'.-» us "Snosv While, 11 'i'limcchio." and "f'Hll- scort'd tiiiDtlit-r scroon svtlli his iii-wrst rull- (nhirtlnn i-nlitli'd "lUJIM- }KI," In ti'i'ltiili 1 "!"! 1 , ujti'iiinu W ad- ii'-sday ai t)>". :Mith', W.itorbiiry. • (( In which IMsnry ,uul his sl<if\' svt'i'i' tnially id. llh- r|'|y lo Irl llM'lr lltiaKllliit Inns I'dtl riot svlthout I'nar of stopping on tho puhllc'H toes. For In thn cano ol 1 tho unfoi'Kflf- tuhlu , 'Sno.w 'WhltoV and , of "Pln- (Mmhln," Mm Dlmiuy HtalT had to ,1)" HJJi'UpuloiiHly -ourol'ut -not to olTnnd thoan lotions or ruadorH of thnwo clanslcH svho inalntalncd dullnltu mental pictures of • thu thu hook Illustrations or 1'roin wrltUm descriptions, Mill, tho story ol 1 -Duniho, the lovubln haby i-lnphiint born with Kall-llku oary, svas bought in manuscript form Crom a plihllHhor ho To m |.hu public has «tujn it, In this colorful cuipllvatlnK ob 1 - (HiH story, Hlsnoy hail amplo oppor- tually lo dnvt'lop thu types of olwrmitnrM Ho HUGH bust; lovahki, UKly dunkllnw Illtlo Duntbo him- snli'; |hn aildln-palod stork who di'.llvoi'M 'him via parachutu to his 'Ki'lnvliiM' moll^ur; Dumbo's gonllo mother horsdll 1 , Mrs, .Imnbo; thn I'nrmtdahlu social loaders of Ibo nlophant .ulliiim; tho Matriarch, UlKKU'H, Prissy and Hatty, whose namns ^Ivo a dnllKhlful sonsu of anticipation t.o "Iniinbo," iNo account of "Durnho" Is com- pluU 1 svllbout rofiM'tuico to tho nine nnsv SOUKS making up tho hrlllhnl- si'ort!, u l"our ilncks and a Jill 11 with Ray llolKor and Annn Shirley- in costarring rolns svlll bo thu aooond hit o. 1 . 1 Iho program. Great 3tage Show This Week ' At Loew's Poll VW.'."--::v-V-:- w^'W''^-'^?!^™^^^ '^<m^;^^ \w-\^-'^.-^^^ •^••fati:. *:•;-, ^r-^^i^^f?-^^!^^^^: 7 v-^-- ''<•'> •:. - ^'^M^ : ' ''.';-. % 3ff^(^TOCK^^ ."- •.v-?~yj.f—>'-• •<•«— ..'. ;.:'v'',.!: •'-.-''V' 2-1942 day.^p^'.'thJs'^vydek' ~». , so"- makc'..'yo plans riow.to'; attend.- • . .•'•,• . On, tho scroQtv;.'w|ll bo .'Wigh't : Bo- fpn.j-.lhq. piybiT/p,!.! '.a. new 'rpiTuyiyc comedy featuring l;ynn Bn.rl, Mary Tljoro Is ,'aluo a\ surrounding .pro*gram o t', su lee to r \ •.short subjects' and I Im.. Ja tost .iieivH.. oven Is'.'.-- •-" • ,;>«•"•• ; Attractions,!• .current, at .Lqo.w's Poll 1 are "Remombor' the Day," with C! 1 a u f I Q t to . C o 1 b e t\t;' an d. ..J o h h.. Pay n c and.. "Fiesta," in technicolor, with Ann' Ayer.s :arid a' cast 'of' favorites Opening a -th'L! day .engagement-''or. Satii'hlay at tfoeVs "Poll.''is' M Sbn' Ol lOury," co-starring .Tyrone 'Power and. Clone TJern'ey in, one of the mostthrilling and exciting pictures yet to corne, o.ut of.lipllywood.-. The Hoeond feature • win be "Head To llapplmiss," --featuring-John Boles In the 'loading vole 1 . • . . • ••'•• • : •; ON THE AIR TODAY Tim Loow Poll Thnalor, In ko.op- IIIK with Us (lolii'y l.o brln:,' to its patrons Iho v^ry tops in sl-ag'o un- Itii-lalnmiint liils Thursday and Friday prnsants unothor liig all-slur show of famous jwm««.' • •" This wcnk's iH'afltliU'.r is "\Viv." Hmmlo HuUoi', lovnly song.sl-i'uss ol 1 "Oil, .lolumy" fafiiu, and I'omiorly wllli Oi'rln TuoUor'ft .ni't'.horttra. WIlli Honnid Bakor, aocl-ilmi'il by miisU 1 , Umatrt." and mflga/.lno c.rlllcH and tho publlo as tin* llnu.il now musical ooml)lnalion of lluvyunr, ia T'"ldy PowoM and his "Sw-pi'irfe 13an«J of Iho Yoar," l-'iMihurd In Urn band Is tho purl, and oharmlnfc yi-your-okl vocalist, PotfK.v Mann, svhose voice; has boon luuml from coast to coast over Iho Columbia, Nutl'omil HroadoasLIng und iMutual notworks, Also ho'ad- llnor.1 -by Totlfly Powoll is ball und Imndsomo Dlok ,bidK< ! . whoso smooth iiui'lloiU! volc.o is a favorllcron BkiP- bird riu'-ord.s and als:o over tho air- \vavos. • AppnariiiK hnro in person; also, with tlmso lop names, a'i'o tho tnl- ontcd Marr IJrolhnr.s, -dnMcurs of slaK't. scrocMi and rarllo; Hob' IDaslon and his sinKlnH anirdanclhx mld^ef , and o^my othor noloworthy , Itomombur, this' gala show will too. prrsonlod for two days only—Thursday mid Prl- ALCAZAR TODAY — TUESDAY ROSALIND RUSSELL and WALTER PIDGEON in "Design For Scandal" 'otw Of Tho Most Interesting- Arid'Amusing Film's Of The Year II G E M TODAY TUESDAY MADELEINE PASSAGf RORAROBSO/V S. CARROLL ALSO ^ . ^lo Nelson ^v^ical, D.onald Puck Cartoon and .^MV^ picture 1 '' fl:00 p, in. • :>~li3dwi.n ,0; Hill W KA I- 1 —-fl o Idfin mo I o;rl I ns • .-. WJX-i—No\vs; Miiggsie Spanier's or. cheHtra VVABrj—Erio.' Scynr'cld, news WOH—Unple •Don 1 •"' ' .VVATII-VViGG-WTia—News . ' • : • (l:ir> P, in. . WKHV—Oil with <he'dance .... ,.;,. WA'RC—Ifndda Hopper's Ifollywpod WlOOWATlt— Sports ; •:•* \VMVlG-W,1Z:r\VEAP—News ; • \ ( ; ' , ! . .. fyflO p.' in, WI?RYr^Ne\ys by 10, ,Clhristy, IDrk . W.15AIf—He|igjon-,;l.n the News ' \VAI3C—!< v ranlc Parkor •'':'••'. . WpR-^Ne\vH";r ..-.,:'.';..-... \Y{Cr'^-lilfj|^,{?(3ho.ol., sports,.; .. WT10—OQnVe ii on,ftnd- s danco :' -By Lee O. Lyon THOSE o.'f you who thought you witnessed .a "different" Hedy Lamarr in "H, M . P ul.ha.m-, Esq., >? will- .be •further- su,r- p'nsed-iyhen you see. her portray a simple California "paisano" in . .' f T.brtilla 'Flat."' Fpr'.'this- .Steinbeck ^Im . •.,.-..• •'•she. has .lowered -, MAfli> Lcifrvtni'r * \ , i .•*•'..• i_'_;.'> 1F ' - . " • r' *"'•* ™* * •. ' • ( rj O'V ' V O 1 C G v O ft 'middles register which: gives ;her' a vital tfUftlity' that-completely changes, her' person'ality. • T.O, 'dbzeiis.- of* ' players Lionel jfgr^ .. Whose arp-t-ho players, wha t as yfmngstWfi'WGre helped .tClonff the .road to fame, oodohed, coun- s Q lied and bc- frionded by this ve't&ra'n star. •Latest of these is 'A n n . A ya r « , who "is Low •.-.•- ; . , Ayros' leading Udy tn "Dr. dare's Victor]/," S'arrymore coached her in various phases of camera techniaue, "You can't teach people i" he maintain*, "< Borrymor* bin tliov} than l^tle ''tricks that 'help Wt their acting across. •.% +'.-'•'. PRODUCTIONS like "* Amei-icftn," -"Main"Street -» ""7 March," ''The Bugle Sounds"- and "A Yank on the. Burm^Road, . offer concrete evidence, s of the manner In v/hich. .the motion-picture industry is'mottlizing for the com- Son causeV of the day..-Newest of contemporary features to be sched ; uled 'is "American Cavalcade, which ia' noSv bein^ written by George Froeschel. This wilLteU the Sory of -Mr. and- .Mrs.-vAmenCn; throdgh dramatic--Hifitonc j incident8 and music and is' intended ; as a •costarring .vehicle for Sperfcer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn who have just completed -••"•Woman of- the Year," one. of the ; most discussed movies in recent years.. , > ^ f WALLACE BEERY is going all-out iriilitari*- tically.' In real life, he's- a Lieur * . ' -*-* -. der in the U, Navy, Reserve. In' "The Bugle Sound*)"- he's -to be seen an an ar>ny • top-kick. While in'.'Salute to the Marine^' which he'll'make. soon, he .will Wallace Bory p ^ ra j/ ,a tough sergeant of Marines,; : .-.-. • - '•'•' " •' *' • * *.;'.-, ''. '''.: SPENCER TRACY masters accents more readily than.any other star is thia finding of.Dr; Simon;R. Mitchncck. formerly: of. Columbia University and now coordinator: of speech on'thcvset of'"Tortilla Flat." The speech export declares that. "Tracy can pick up any accent in perfect pitch and rhythm and speak like -a native in .several kours. Those of lis who recall his portrayal of Manuel, the Portuguese fisherman, in ."Captains. Courageous" must; certainly agree with this find. R O B E R T TAYLOR 'and Norrtia Shearer, last seen together, in "Escape," will 'bo' teamed romantiodlly again in "Love Me> Not,'.', which 'George Cukor is to. direct ... and from Red Skelt with, :K lean or :> P.owoll in "Ship .Ahoy," we.re- T-y | or tae conversation. One log ^nedtothe ,othcr.,\8tretch:ed -and yawned con, tentcdly and .said, "Last myht 1 tlept jMklike a jwn , . • ,»• ^-i|p||Mv:ii^ ?• ^ SPOWI^HT!^ ;BY VINE ^£,~A^ * * * * \. war cl;:-f or! ! her^ j$j£; j ! Katharine ithe. Academy Award Jformahce i fJ ***Jr V^J^/UIS A vC •' **««** ) .w»» 1 *',^' 1 . t *-,r". T. T^jTy^.~"•"*>. i -i y%K'>" Award : ,winner. Spencer Tracy in j |g /her latest picture "\ybmah;of the Year," a sparkling comedy ^bpyt ,,.,.,„.., a pair of newspaper; ! columnist^;.'!|||| Tracy won .the : A ward twice :'rj£o,ip|i ii$$ his work in • "Captains -.Gouragcir ' ous" arid "Men of' Boyii! ToSvn^ r «i This is Kiss Hepburn/s 'first- :i|:! film since "The ;-.I>hUa<lelphija > -j-'-p, 3Si . Story" ; in whix;h shei;proved^ be';i;||p phenomenally successful; •first".in •• ii;| the original'^ - j ——'--'- ^— • ** : the original'BrQad\yiay'' l play^ then J ||ji on the road -arid ftnall^^n^the; || screen., Incidentally, ^p^n^Tobin •••. Jgi who played her ' brother^pr: two x ;;|; , priYUW..aeurevuiy in • •&.?* uiiiwi*' vf. • y^ ! the Year." 4 .^^•^ff:^'^^,•'}.- II • -The part shevtakes^^ih'e-riew ';1|s • picture is one which r,eal}lif.e has ..." ,llii|ip|ii:;i»|||| ' trained' her. f or tb'^ a.-.large^ektent, (• SMPP^pl because it is the story-'bf^modern,; -••• • .;.,,.'. ^ ..--•-••••• • ' career girl,, whose background . includes vEurppeia.n.,,traYel, and whos« friends are'representa'ti:ve^' :i b ; fv a'..ya'ried social'str,atai ;;- / v: : ":/ ; / . ' . . •'. • J - l .*!.'.*' t » V ' ' ' "I ' '' • '_ ' \- - ' ." ."'-. .'- " ' '•'"''.. . • ." '' Katharine Hepburn is^vihe duughtet; 'of a well-known Connecticut surgeon. She was : born! in ; ^Hartf6rd,ICortnectlcu^^ojrx0 cif ;a big, family, and from-the time she was a littleVg}?!;' socialvahd civic leaders from ' all parts of the country have frie^cntedi the liepbjjr^dinner taj)le. .Her • mother;h : • • -..-...-...._... ^-....-•_^.-t...u_^_^ i.,- _„ i daughter most' talc provement What' .WOhlfcii. uiv uvuig-.-nji.- xiuvivnui. *-'».,*-v"^>f < ••/,•:! ; ( i'i • •• - •»!>'• -^'.' • ''' • '• . The Hepburn chilctfeh^ wero^feen on t^ip.^abrQ^ frequently by.their parents and ->vhen Kathatin;e;.fih6!w;ed^'aV, special.;tendency toward the -theatre, her father .tuiltva;^u.pp^ where the .young Hepburns.:n.ut .on. PAUL M; BOYNTON 1 Paul. M.'-y.lloynJ.on,' supervisor .;'of. huslnoss oducntioh : in Gonn'ooUcul,,. now heads a commiltac, namcri by .:QonimIssioncr of 'Education Alonxo 0. .Grace, which is studying the war-tlmo- problems of business education. Mr. Boynton is former head of' the commercial 7 departments of Central'-and Congress high schools Bridgeport; PAUL M, I10YNTON Her first rotd succesB:,^ which w6n her high personartribute^f^ rSooh.after its^run, she wasf'sigited^f^^ screen version of ,"A Bill of VDivorcem«n^!^lSuU^^^^tly>-:she vvoii-'the Academy Award for "Morning Glory^^•a'ha^;8iS<^e^ha t ^%Qh.!e.^teadH^.•'•a;hca.d'."in• such pictures as "Alice Adams;" "I-ittle 'Woirien," '" The "Little;,^^Minister," "Mary of Scotland,'^ ^Quality Street^ ; "Stage Door,"Vahd,."Holiday.". . WATR—Plea'sure and. P.r.pflt;:. / '^. ! ;.;' \*. VVBRY-WABG—The World"•'today •' WEAF—Sports'"' ,'. |: : •"/;-;i--.. : :-..'•••. W.J '/,- WT1G-T Lo we) 1 Thomas:;.. ••'•:• '••:.' WOR—Here's-Morgan .-.. '•• : . : -. , WATH—Hits and bits ' . , •-.- WJZ-WICC—Jimmy' Eicller,-.;^.. •:'<;'• ' 7:00 p. m.'' 1 ;....^':;'.. . W13RY—Night' nurse-•• 'v\; ; ' : ' J •••":•'• WABG—Amos 'n 1 Andy-.. .•<•........,- W13AF-WTIG—Fred \Varlng...Time-'. WATR—Fulton Lewis; Qr:^*-* 'r ; f^ WOR—Sports.. -:-..'• --- •. : .\'^y...-". '•'. , ' '.'•'• - ;.' • '' .•7:15' p. in.- 1 V',;-J : '.,, x ''. . ,: WB R Y+WE A FAYTvlC—NpwaV - '<-fe.^ y/OB—Confidently -Yoiirs". "' •;.'..;.;i : WJX-WJGG—Lanny'. ppss\. : .-- •.' •;/# \ WATrV-Huberl-;lvivigelpli,.y' : ' =--- : - •'•' :; -.- ;; ;t >.'7.:30': p. m;.'"'•;,'?..;...'\ WBRY—Songs, the \ Modern-:;V/ay'-. r W RAF—Cava.lcadc 'of America.}/', • NV.i/.—Concert' -O'i ' '' WTIG:—Goitne-on arid .da \VIjnY—Hbirs v : of- ^ilpcrt^':^^:' • v . WIGG—Ypcleling Slim ••„ '..'•'.^r^:. -' • ' ' '.--'8:0]) -p.-in. r ••:•;:? f. WBRY—Gayalcacle 1 of. A'rn.crica., ; ; • W ABC—Vox-Pop ;..../ •.. : /:i^ W13 A I?-WT.I G—Tel eph o n q. '.J r J;pij,i'i ^ ; • W.TZ-WJGQ— i l Love' a^yfe'tet 1 ^' '"' •'"• WATR-WOR—Gal ^Irine^^^: . .8:15 ji; inV-i'.y 1 - 1 ^^"-.. ' WOR—News -from Sydnioy...-^: . :;, ' WATR—Art- iJaret'OVchc'sfra ^" 8:30 ]). m. -"'•'*•''' : ''.- ' ' i ,•.-••"••.'" if .",. . .- v.'.:".y : <sw .n'''..;*^""-^-. 1 WOH—Answer-.Man'. ;.'.V /'V.d--.^'" "^ WATR— AhaiysiB "of '' ' ' • ' - - '. . .-:• : \V.G A P-W^^IQ—Th a t B row? j.fjr,:.;£ oy : ,-: \VJZ-— Kor ••America -.We^-'SIn 1 )?. 1 •'"••..'• '.•:'• ''.V WATR-WOR-WlCG-SpbtilSglH'.;- Bands . • . ' : f):45 .p.' m. ; .;/iAv.i ,.:•/,>,:? WOR-WATR-WICG— Miss Me'ctd.e£ : 1 -ciil-ldijcn'-' .••>• ' •- •', ' •'•.'.::-:•?•. '... "•:> *';'.'••:•(• • . . • . • , 10:0p.p: ;: ni." '',V^;!-;. 1U :,!;v^; \VBRY— N prise n" Connor^ son'gS •"•v- '! ! ; WIOAP-WT1G— Contended v-Hour :;-;-•;;..;. v y t | x—M0nday Mcrry-G.o-Roujva;.,; •,;,; / WA-BG— ^reddle'. Martin \Qr-cli.'., .- . •; WVI'R-WOn-Haymond iram. Swing 1 v . ':<' .:-./' - ; 10:15 p.. in. L '__Toi be'i announced ^rJbe Venuti's Orch. 10:30 p. ni. . ' :WBRY-WABC— Olga Goelho 'WEA^—Hot-. Cbpyv- '•WJZ— News v- ••.'•'••.• '"• .,, : . ' '' '.•\VOH- Amori-baiv Tfibaier BiUerlaln '• '.. ment i; \ '.•' ,•''"•• — .Wclltz 'TJ'inh ' •'•••', ' : • ' .-\VATR-^Mi|sf(i That JDiidui-es ' WOR~:!Ham;6mv': and . Her Tu'ho . : ' rsv^' • -"vi-- .V ."•.;:•! • •'-'•.-•* •-.'•; : • '' , ., • , ... . . , .. '^BRY/^ATR", %ABG|AVOR, wicc '" i ' i;: ;^TiGf::v;/-w ! ifi/ > ;::. WEAF— Time ; ; • ; 'N.e\vs;.' v 'Weatliei''. ' V • '""'~. ""''.-••• - :; ' 1 ; •;.--V' : ll:j5 v ]iV.vm: • .•; ' ••-:,•' \VBRY-WABG— Tony -''.PasLor • Orph. WATR-.Wl'G'Ci^Mic^ey. -: Alpei't : 0rch; sy » MX—— i i.uj^iucjii.^ijwi i^jmw^ , t , , ,, \V3 Z^WlfpG—Jlinhiy" Doj'scy' Orch. i-^-Rad'Jo. Np\vsr.ep'l;.' ; •'.'.- • 12:00 JVIidiiiijhi ; ... ..-Sign off Q_£New"M; ''FredclIc Vl]^• nef'-i'c.:- - . •' \VAB C—Nows ; S.h ep P icl ds 0 rch . GT^iScws ; . , ' Benny ,Good•'' : '' . . JZr^Newsv Bbycl. Raoburn O.rclr. ' ' •''' ' "- • — ; ^atc R5J,fpnli5^^diTnnistrator Ghcs- new. autpniolJlfips;'''wa<5' ^pnneoticut;_s rationing,. A)lotjn.cnt 1 for the tlirec- ihoriths 1 pbrioi.l.'un'til.'MayBi.... ;-. • 'Allotments', t.b;--• the- .vnrious state rationing- .districts :/for -the .tlirecr mqnthss 1 ' pfiripcl 'vycre -dnnounQed vflqyys::, ;--,•;..•-... .. . •, •• Stamford, -,;J70; NorwalK, 81; 'Brldgeporti 288.;>Danbury v 7^ ;• Wa- •forbury,'lfi8';; Beacon,•Falls, 58; N,ew Haven; 2721'Meriden, 67; -NewBrit- ' i ''i' t)y ,, UILIIIUiaLlil, vtrv.1'.- ^ T "•••••**-.••' : , .' Norwich,'" 51; ]<Jevv :4 London, 8:^;. Mid- dlGt ? own...77';' ; :...anci. .Torrlngtpn;. 72^ ' :^#M ••' : -'^'itV'.Iii'£id ! > i yfLrf.i'i: i .-^''iJi- SttgiMffiS ! ''VVf^ • :^Sli^^>-^^ : '.- '•:••'". ^ The now-Vitato' supervisor is a grnddato of Boston, university and Harvard college. He has also done graduate work .at, New York university .and Columbia University Teachers college. _ "Vocational education should provide adequate. preparation for olTJc'c and store employment," he stated. "Our present problem in Connecticut, and In. the nntlon is to secure enough competent stenographers, typists, mo clerks, bookkeepers, cashiers, business machine operators'and' sales people to meet, the demands of the stat and federal the demands of the state and fcder- ab'governments and of the armed forces,"'.the new supervisor said. The committee on war-time problems .'of ' business education, 'composed of educators and reprcscnta- tivs of industry, is- formulating' plans for courss in clerical .-tram- ing' and discussing necessary'modi- fications in,the .present high school education .program.' . . Are Heavily Attacking Java . •'• (Continued from .-page-one) • tor-offensive inllicling •'.tremendous losses 'Oir the Japanese.••'•.., : . Late -.United-.Press dispatches from headquarters, reported - Dutch armored-cars.,'trucks, ruxl private jxuto- mobiles rushing; .troops-- against. the Japanese-'landing, forces and Arnon,- <mn. nying^qrtressc.s'pounding.tit enemy ''transport', reinforcements; • -, iThe onpiny' already was reported to have, iosli'-more .thnr,. 30;-shij.J9 sunk or damaged, Includins cruisers and destroyers knocked out by- Allied-air. ami naval attack.. .The .United Nations 1 sea forces, especially the Dutch,' also suffered Josses which have not yet'boon .fully, revealed.,- ;-. Japanese air support for landing forces was-wenker than had been oxpectb(l,'uccordin.s r to United Pr.es.s Correspondent ..W.' il. - MoDpugall ai'tor a-'tou'r of one .fighting sector, hut-there was little definite • in forma,i;ion, t'o iiKlical.e •. thn trend oi fighting. -.••'•MdDoiiffftll snid. that : tlie ,Iapnne$e were, using jungle tactics as- -they - did in- Malaya, .that- they were accurate' shois and. hard to find^snggestlng that thQ penetration, of the island was coiHinuing • The • Japanese were' known -.to have occupied' Soebang, '«0 miles In ENDS ' "IUDK -'KM. CO\V»OV" : TUKS; '' nnd "SEALKD KIPS" •.»"l'« .-i'vss^tw TS-W<N----^ ••??».••.•.-•: :^;.*XN\SXS\\\S\^^^ |>VW^\^Xi^Xs-WfNVNvX^KW¥WW "'ATHE.. SABL-^ COAT • ^—• •" •••------.•---•"—- - • • -•«•^ T - **^^ / Ml^'HEPBURN WEARS , .,- , IUKIICT ' . ( IN THIS FILM BELONG?-/ AS A NEWS CQLUMNj>T., (V . R", SPEA1K SPANISH/ fiis?IAN^, ^sx rr,i-™4, SLOVENIAN,-CMINESS,--... 1 ' II^D •• ; . . 6P.EEH, yiDWSH' AND .-. ; ; j fe W^ ^^-"^-^S^^^ EW6LIS1I! A REAU'yJ iS'CAST-WATOUfiH. TWO-lSTEP SfO^TS WRITER » ,• if .\Vnlfirhur.v) WKDNKSHAY mi , DISNEYS FUNFILLED FULL-LENGTH FEATURE IN TECHNICOLOR "Four -lacks Aixl A 'Lowest Prices In The City John Girdes : Music Shop We Huy, Sell.-Kxclinnjie nnd Kcpnlp ;. All'Kinds 01\ Instruments' -Violin, Pianos;: Radios, Clarinet, f puinnr.t; Accordions, Snxnpl»<)ncs, iWdod Winds--"Musical-Su|»pl|c» .'...-.-. .; .Tel. -4-9808 '-; •382 SO. .MAIN ST. WATERBUR\. from the coast and only -'iO miles from Dutch headquarters at Han- doeng, and today -they pushed forward toward Bandoeng, avoiding the miiln .highway and trying to f 1,1 nit the defense forces, On other-ngiulng fronts: Burma—British Imperials strike at Japanese offensive patrols on sit- tnng river front north of Pegu, an enemy drive on Rangoon appears slowed down. New' Caledonia—U. S. cooperating with Free. French- in .defense of southwest Pacific islands • where Berlin radio said American troops landed in New Guinea, rich in nickel. , Philippines — German-built airplanes aid in Japanese ojerations but Gen.'. Douglas Mac-Arthur re : ports .no change in ground frpnts. ' Russia—Red, army .olpsing. in on 100,000' Germans til,-. -SUrnya Russia captures-important vo;id .Hmction... ' Dispatches' from, Java emphasised that the-situation was grave but told of strong offensive iighting.dN' reeled by Geii. Sir Archibald'Wavel! in defense of'.Batavia, Bandoeng and Soerahoja naval ha,^e,'.:• /'; ....'./. In AusinUitt a-'-'ciohianil :^arose for the appointment, of . Gon,. J>ougla» MacArthur? to command.$putMv0'nt Pad Ho defense.'.. r P.he ..SVcio^y telegraph proposocl, ilia l. 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