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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

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BflW OF INTEREST TO FARMERS ISSUED l'' sv ^'MaU'i'lar -ShorLfttfO" Is, 1 "" „• nr-w bullothir Num- if,i (H >.i " by tho fJon- liuvoni of s liun , I,,' v.^tablo and fruit * Un- sua«,-lt Points out t Imir 1 o.t 11 fiinuoi-'fl «rf Iu8«ollolcl08 und 'Ml tH) OOllHOl'VOd. IOW- L .i wl.loli Uro -I)ouncl to u to lu«'»« «r trunHporla- iitli-M »'»d lo.wartlmo prl- vuiliinK'^iM^ 1 ^ ho --wnslod, . S»»'» 1)(5m) f! 1 K l loulc|: > , rrrm , ovun Mio oluiap- " ' ioiitinil matorhiK,- - u)Havin^.ln oovrimon ami I'uuKleldoH can ..bo .. r Turner . m ,. ilorHl'al! who. wrolo n |,r, on mo- lniHl» .of M-O' 'ar<'fi "thn' amounts of ' ««tcfl .In. Lho by liair.wll.h-, much control.. ,Th,o .„„;, on H' CIIHOUB.W <nm |M,(H that llm u»o ofluiir ' »nl" tloHUKcw would. ro : v about '. pnr oont do. ' nti-ol." TU6 pviblioation oUnon.lublo on tho that and •' •.„, siallon HU '' Imlllll < "SI- "», ' "<"""•" . "• ". T !,.,onl/nrui;Uio inuxtmum " .-Hi* ui\ potftloi'ft »>G 4-2-50. iM'iii'Ml" rllnKUOHlft of li-ou- u M Ihnl liiDffotillYH- U'Onl-mnnlH r, K , avokl.ul, IH nn Imppi'Uln • m-uM'vlntf InHuotlulcioft and i 'oihor upproelHlilo- suv- t< m mali-rlal I'uu ofl.cn l^^f- L by improving ^'fnclnnoy ol, I allnn «ml 1>X flfti-orillly. -Uni-.. lolh twitini-nlH nnd Uio plnnt- ,f ,, P ,,|H It) OHOttpO PWUS, TIlO o ; ru , 4,,, up fti<*i> PolntH In loi,M mirlullllUml til lIlO'USO Of ie materials pi'uvcml Uio grosv- rom I"'!"* ubl(1 l() a|)ply nvnn minimum tow, thi) oli'oular KAMls Ihnt Uio mti.U'HalM uvall- |l,. jiosvovor short, ah on id -bq Mproiul over all tlip acreage, rather' limn'troaUiifcC onjy a small portion •of'llio crop nnd leaving tho;rost 10 'tllO t'ftVUfJOH-, Of. i)OHl.fii In , tuUUUo'u 'to the -commonly- uwul . copper, mercury, t'ormalclb- hydo, rolonono nnd lend hrsomito sprays and clu,sl.H, aomu uUornnlc. miUorluly .will' doubtloKs IKJ uvall- ablb .-.•during tho expected shorliiHC,- In tli'o liiHOotloldb • I'loltl' tho most Important are Impi'og-natod pyrelh-' ruin. clusti\ Improgrwto.cl rotohonc. dust and- synthetic 'organic .•thio- pynnnloa . lUUUiil ,lft -roto'noiuy dust's, Some organic I'unglolcUiH ifuiy-'bo uvtAllablo . lo 'Hiippltimu'nt moroury and (joj)pbr for 'both seed treatment ""(|- iinn nn I'olin^e,; llowoverj '«i\ys tho bli'.ouliuy. careful consideration .of the whole problem slum's '.that tho ; host answer now IH Lo stroUjh lho'."suppliQH of- material's commonly iiHflcl, ra'Lhor than..to'depend too- heavily on possl-ble substitutes or ultufniiloH. Manufacturing J'aolll- tle.s are uvallablrr Tor common mat- (M'ljil.H,' but tho- 1'aollltles, for,, mivk-. Ing new/materials mny : be- Impoa- Mlblo- to procure,, • '- ; Special Bill. ; Opens Wednesday At ., ; -:,'.,. mote/ Waterbiiry, ''•' H ^' , ' . . ; ''. -;.'• .-"' '•' ''' '' • . ' ' Porformf\nooft .••r'thl.s- " ov'onlng --ut, Warner's 'State: theater, Watorbury, conclude lliii ongagomont p s, Sir Ood- rUv Hfi-rdsvioke,' Lionel Atwlll,- Ualph KiolUimy and Lon -Glianoy In •."Tho OMqst 1 of KranlUM^tciln 1 . 1; ulap /Nat- Pomlloton aiid Anno .CAvy.nnc in "JtUl'IIOUBO'BlUO.H 1 ." . ; . ' } •'••;,' : A glnnt '. ad-pofjuosV 'program, brought' brick to tho Horcen at' the Stale by popular demand, mdkOH its bow at that Ihoutoi-.toinorrow af- Inrnoon with ''Tho Konrio! Murder tiaso 11 starring William -Powell. 1 .as Miu hoadllnur of the.program... -. Mystery • iiml mtir'der ;la tho ke'y- hoto of •tno'p'opuiu^ thrill hit .with Powell' heading -tho .-oast • In rthq pppuliir • rolo;- of. PJ,i.Uo Vance,... the clmractor/madc famous, "by S. S. Van Dim) - In' n' fiorloa of myBtcrlous and "burning' clotootlvo novels' 'v.hloh are known ..throughout ' tho world, Pdwoll IB, an old hand .at Vance polos luivlng played thorn before. Ills >partnor In clotectlng Is Sergeant Hoath, playod by fiJugono'PaHctto,' Mary AHlor -plays tUo loading forntnluo rolo while Helen Vlnaon is tho other woman in tho oaso. Tho plot- Involves the. mysterious slay- Ing of two inon and tho attempted murder of a third. District Attorney" Markham, played by Robert Me Wade, another, of Van Dinc's noted characters, together with yanco, sel out to solve the pu/zllng murd.eis Their trail loads to ^many a pic oarlpus. sltuatlpn, 4nd only after, a Hurpriso o.lup'is-'dlsc'ovprccl by Vance is ! the. clever murderer apprehend ' ' ' NATTaATUOK DAILY^WS,. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1942 .s swift moving, with rnystory . piling:! 1 ^ upohy iTiyst'ery a? Phllo .Vance unravcl» ...the. clues ii: Nyhich'.fievcn ;suspects bWo,.both thi opp.qr.liini.ty '-and tl\e : rri^lve i'Or the killings; -.-.. /V .; '..":'-. : - ' ', : . .'' ' * And .for your further" s onj py men' the managompn t • ^presents ', , anoth ci request '.-' hit . entitled ; . • ''Gambling Lady" 1 "starring/ .Buvhora • Stanwyck with r*at D f| .Bi^en J . l and : 'Jocl-MoGi t ea; • Meet a 'Mechanized* Colonel T , | . . anoes,; daily,.,, li ,Scat n .;a,na his. orolics- f.i'a v aro' thcj/'hWosf-dftHce" favorites' rOf . 'l,Io ll'yw bocl, • . WlVoi'.e' -po-pularity amoriff •:,•' tli;p / ^scvQ.oh; ^.no.tables; " sky- j'ouketed 't)iom tp -•.natipn-wlde. fame, DavisV-'- . wliqse;'. ^8feat!^...sin«lng '^ was 'featured •f.ojiv'.yto'a'pia,' 'with Pr/ed : War- •ing's • drpliostra; '-remained'' 'in-;H611y- wood . -jaf ti(?r j^.^t 'vhand . cpmiploted ;t Ivo^h^-'Viicxtlo'n^- pioture ; - '^yarslty •Show;"' •••irb i -'i)lh$bd' '.'important'., roles in '»Br.olh 1 <^' fc i-'; ; '- AI 'e6\Vb < py- i from 'Hollywood liropjiiyn, • vriQijywuua.,.i-.--«.v b '- o:i| > •' ll Qar den *ip C' ; ' ilie -•;• ; JVfob iif 'an d'( , mat»y others 1 ;"''V'/ ••••y; : -^ V'•'••:•.>'-.•'-.,'; '""''" ;.Withy hlfjv'pj&lvnst'r.a.. .Davis .brings an all'-s'tar Ishp^v/'-iiiDa'dod -by 'Nan Rac and >! MrsV-Wterfa-ll, the. cqm- .edy'' stiti-s.'of,th'e 1 Kate 'Srnlth radio hour • and•>inftiVy /6ther;.':out8tahdlng program!?; Pops ' and . Louis, cpmei.d-y king's• '-of. Ri'oadSvay,: r '\and. »loading singing.-.andi: danclhwV stars' of the Col. Stilwell I 6fi; Gamp; Sheiiiypfc concentration ; on'*; small .crankshaftvgrin^^ : quartermaster - baae^'-'XHe.;' is ^^Staking/; a s t\yo -weeks course which i^^givien •' , to dflficei^s'in the field-torfamUia^ ' ; '..' -•• .- ;.--•:' '••••:' ' L . : -. .:,;^- : ' :V; '^' ) ' ;< ^;^,'V-V" ! i'v !V ; .' -•,-- '. (CentralPreit) \ •:,•"'•'•-• -i 1 : i..' ' -'•. .'.- < -.. .-..;'.'•:;•• ' r.-'r-:.--..:.^- .--• ' - '•' ' ' : ' '-' -" •;•. : ' ; - 11:00 p. in. \VATR-WAEU,- A U» L-\\ ^G-WTIC' W.1Z-WEAF—Time; News;' Weather il:l r ) p., m. i WE A P—Musi o You Wan t .WABC—Shep Fields^ Orch; . \V OR--Ed F1 tzgeral d rW.'Z—Clyde, Lucas Orch, , iWTIC—Dance Musio; ., ! ^ T j. WATR-WICC—Dick -Rogers 7 • -... v - ii:30 p. m. WABC—Woody Herman Oroh. WEAF—St. Louis;-Serenade • WJ2-WICC—Enric. Madriguera, ., . WTIC—Polish National House • WATR—Rudy Bphcly Orch, 11:45 p.*; m. •WOR—Mitchell ••'Ay'ros.' .Oron. . 12:00 Midntflht .W01VWICC--NCWS;;• Chuck"-.Foster •. '•'••''•• OrchV " WABC—News; Hal Mclntyre Orch. WEA1MVTIC—News; Roy Sliield & -.-;., .'• GO. . ..'. • • .\VJ'Z—News; Erskine ) lawki ns)•• "•.'"•• ! - Orch.- •.' .•••', WATR—Sign-Of-f.; ' • ' '", • ; -'.• [ '•'•'•. —:— ' «*+/-'—— ,. Lieut; Commins Ordered To'Duty •':• > (Continued .from Page One).... Serves Her Country -.,••• • •-.• •In -addition" to .; the 1 ' stage' show •there, la :i a: il'ih'c"- sc^eoh- bill.-: -headed by ; ' 'Secret Agent df Japan, 1 .' ope of today's timeUcst-storlGs, In'koepi-nff. •wlth."prbsorit- hbadllnes: Lynn Ban and Pi-ostpn- Coster, head ; a fine oust 'of nptaL-Jles;,T^Qi'e ^ : ^ ls< Q ; *^- notcd- short- subjects -and the -latest news events ,. from ' 'all over., the .\voria. •-,'•'' •-. '. ; ' ; M'.-'. ••"••:' ; -'-'\. ' \ Attractions -coming', to n^closo at, LOPW'S Poll , tomorrow, ; nlght .- arc - n RIngs- On HCM- lingers,''' -.starring "THUftSBAV'S CHIJ^P ^ • W W ' ^"^ , .. . , ''"1 ' ^1^1*^.«^*^««^'- W< ••< •» t «^i A If •UXv- Heno ltd'ih* w»y to tho,Countess 1 Jroom, At tho door ho lot Sonny >lnto'hU mother alone, The glrlla tt.troxnblod. Sh« felt -thftt- the inn'n koo'n.oyoa.m.fjrnt aoo th« Jottors In her pocket, »"lny"ln'ft'hlKn"ct<n ; "fHURSPArS CHIt HAS G«mc : .Ticrney? .and ."Henry* 5 Fonid'a'v and : ' "Lady. ;J?oi'•;'/'" •JoSn" BlondeH' with 1 . . •-and. Ray iMkidlelioii'. .,11' ypuvhii'von't; already scbri ; tins- ap 1 end Id 4 .,' double-, feature prbgrrtinj.-''nValre\- yo'iir-vplan.sv to do ''so 'before jtomorrow evening.'' Open I ng'- : a t".V L OOAV'S • 'Pol i- on Sat : • ur-dtiy .- inorrilhV for : a : Tiv6".day.''en'-. gagemeni. "is- "Song; of ail o" Islands". -in tecihnicolor--Rtarrlng: BeltyGrablo, wlth ' 'Jack': -Oakie; '.Victor Mature and- others., • On the, -same jD.rogram is 'another smash 'hit, "On' The; Sun-;, ny! ; Side," ;wi.th Roddy MacDowall- and Jane.,.Dar.NVOll ; ..-;• •' '. ,; '-. ;_;• •';, ^wfevF—Ted.-SteelGX Studio'''.'Club;'.- ju » •••e» 1> »•"»• ouu, «uy ..v, ruffled night-cap U( ,, v hor 'look more ancient and itthowHhan-uaual, . > ,, .• "ji It true, you have no money?", Jiademanded,. Her oyci.wero K».t- porlng 1 with .emotion, , / "Yes, Covmteas, My • attorney ays thoro hnvo been heavy'»tock nurkot lo»«o«." "Thoro will bo no'.th(ng'loffe? M "Vory little. A few hundred a ••Hionotumlorstimd, Therq have ,on no big bunk failure*, n the JnUed 8lftlw," She ..ihowod then roadintf tht'U.S. "Home," "But *you musf get a .booking. 1 You can't Uvo.. in-a'hotel alone until your.sailing.time," ' /'.: ,' •• , '\ "Why. not?- I'm no longer your fiancee; Reno,. It would be quitd proper rio.w," ' ;/ '.'•'; -,' . •• . •••Reno Bcomed to accept her logic,! "I keep'forgetting.'.' ' -. . : ;••;_-• :Sonny smiled, §h« understood his'way of thinking so-well, f '•- , , , My Kimrcllan has boon investing ' ' "Ho w\n bo Huod"," "But ho la no longof lolvont, 'hatla tho trouble," , Tho olii woman atghed, "1 do not undctslnnd, You are so calm, Sonny smiled, "I/was poor once, c*nbo poor ct-galn," •• , , "U will bo more difficult this lime, my child, BoliovVmo," '"You do not uwlQi'Btand, My noitoy ha« not brought mo happi- The Countoaa smllc^, * 4 That is polngaontlmontnl, my child. Money [loos not bring happiness, of course, but it mnkoa unhapplnoa*. more en- llurablo," Then tho Countess' face vory grave as , s,he. con- iui "I had hoped to nave all (or my grandchildren. Now It tgo," . ' ... "You monn you will lose your homo?" Sonny naked, "Wo nro very poor, Now wo « poorer," • , , . Thoro was nothing the girl could po Of nay, Sho touched the oia pvoman'8 hand gently then and Jolt. >hor, tao was waiting, ;hiirttflsc(J, «nd openly rebellious., But he ac- boptod tho fact that their marriage '"as now Impoaaiblo, ' -, . Thoy wont out into tho night.and -ono found a ci\b, Sonny posted the llppor lottor In tho special bo* out. Ido tho post-ofllco and put tho other Joltor In tho regular mall box, j U was done,' Her future which Ihadboon «o tisaurod.aa few minutes |Moro, waa now an'unknown quart- fclty. Yot «ho felt itrangcly light- eartod, Happier than she nad i^eon for many months, She had wonoy enough for the '.tirno being. JTlmocnoiiKh to worry about it when |H Wfta gone, •'-•'' 1 Kcno took hor back to the house N ho was flunk 1 hv gloom/ ."I-can t lu ""- III If you only had-jewelry Sonny breathed; a^sigh of relief as shq went: to her room to pack, She was'going to bo free at .last Free of money, free of % tho.Hollia- tcru—-of every thing 1 ' •• She .made, her^ .plans -quickly. Thoro was a small hotel,back of the Opera, One ,of Martha's friends had stopped there 1 . It was not fashi •ionablo '6r expensive, : Shed ,stay thoro until she heard from Dick.and Kot'a sailing. .;'.. ,;• ; •. •'•' It WRS long after midnight:when she,Anally g6t into.bed, -and ,Bhe slept soundly.; for'the first- time m many nights, . • . ' - - J Next morning, Sonny -got., up early, ^tending to get an, early Start Sho had breakfast and-was •Ju»t 'putting on her hat when; thj maid-knocked on her door, and handed Leslie a letter from'-the Countess,-It was a, bill for board and room for herself .and Martha, for the week* they had been at-the h °Sonny wanted to'laugh, but she, flontrolfod. horwK until the .maid had gone, How like them I ','She counted out tho money to ; the last franc, .called the .rnaid-.again l a nd i/nt the money to the Countess Then she ordered a cab. ..But .she must say goodbye to'her- recanting hostess. 'THe- latter would, expect that courtesy. *' ; ,.:' ..( Tho old woman was ,still in bed when Sonny camo into her. room again. ' She hold- out her hand to tonight- You,must;get'th'4m!8tartqd right "away^^t .i^s-.£6 jiomewhere and Imyo an Aperitif ^so. we ( can talk. ,-.Come;...the;.bar > fl / ^;i s .way.. - - •Wheri-'they were Seated,, he gave her an envelope sayihgv'lYou must do just arf I say; ;There>is no-hope_ -'of a reservation-on : a"French ^oat., •Here is a ;ticket-,for :a' British ship. All yQur,truj^ P« tho.'Nbrmandy:' At least they!ll-be ,ouf of the way,"' : v-^ '. -. .J ' ••! He :iit a cigarette-,and,his: hand .shookV' •' '•'•';..' .••,...••""'• x'•.•!• *•„ , "Then !bh« ^^ } s. cpming [ , ••- "Wo.ihinK-iio. I'; am ordered to "myTegimerit- M6ndayi"vj'; -'.- <; ';:;.• 'K. •-. '"Siiliivari's Trayels M ; ^AtrA : V., Geiii> Theater en's- Concert rch;,'.. •• •'-,..•'- ". o, and 'Profit lci;: Today -• " ' • ero's Morgan - ' , 'Sports," -• . ."". c 11 Thomas WftAF . \VlGG-Kdwl Club Bl'ts Sports , .. ; WAiJC— Anips -and' Andy WBAF, WTi'Crr-Prcd- \yaring . WJ2- J.'GO— 'liias. Aces-; ''- : • ,WJX-W,J GO^Mas^,,Aces-;''- :. vN^ATHTTri^uUon/i'.ewis, 1 Jr. . ..'":•--•''••-;-•; ; ./• 7:15. l». m; '-. V ' CA-Bes, 38 •:• Cial'pjn.. St., Naugatuok,- ' Co,nn. ".'.}-. • .-•••'."..•••' •-:.-:" . ' •', v'. :V .To -Po'r'.d^ Adams', Rhode , Island: • is'l LL. :Vlncenl, ; peel -Marran, -Do;nt- Hes., • 1801 Northampton, St., "Hol- ''ybkci Mass.; Ca'pt.. William Frcihcis CVMoara, Penl-Hcs, '..34- -Stale'' 'St., .Hartford,.'Conn. , ... To •-. .Washinglon, •• D. , C,: .Jtfajor Tliomas Ladnor ThisUe,.-''JAG-Bes, ',95 Youlc St., Melrqse, Mass. 1 To, Fort 'Devjpns, .Mass.: Irene Mar^rot Mnrlin', Res-Nurse, U. S. Veteran's :Hps'pltal r - Northampton, Mass.; 1st • Lt. Louis Joseph Ruffino;' Dent-Res, 460 Main.. St.., Mid- •dleto^Yn l ^ 1 .Corin;•'•'• ' \ f '' . , , To^V/indsor vLocks, /Conn.:'\Vio-lei, Reading,'Res,; NuVsc,-50: Muude St., Providence, R'; I.'.V and Florence •Rc'utenauerj Res-Nurse, 320 prcliard St.; New Haven, Conn. . v To Gamp.- Edwards, Mass.: Marjorie Shirley Lovell, Res-Nurse, Hyannis . Rcl., Barnstable, Mass.; Lcona Byrne,' Res-Nurse,. 17 Ches.t- niit St.,,- ArlingtonrMassr- \" ' • ' /'To PresQiie Isle Air Base, Maine: Laura.'Lucille Billings, Re.s. Nurse, 2 JSaste-i'ii - Ave., Barr.e; VeVmont, • To A'ir Force 'Ferrying Comd., Pyesque•' Isle, Maine: Mabel ,Waite, Res-Nurse, 52 Depot St., Ludlow, Vermont. - . liew Ayr^s 'Tfells Why ; Take Uj> Arms MORE THAN RETITOTOW0K Pa 11 ' R i vo r;' Mas's f \ "M^v'cli^ > . —More l-lian ^"l-i;000' ; ' pl)er7iliv«8-.;:;re--y nimed wn'v p.ro^tt'otion Vrrtr-'JJi^Vir; ; nivor Ioxjihv-'mills, •i-pday^'^viit;ifKjjjp^- key on;iployes\ / VN'iyo:vhAd^or^«q 4 ;^a; week - loi'iig- »w», by' a ' union ,yqtc ;ip'. rolurrt 1 to work. V .'••'.V,,'.'" ";";"'. '''7^'\t:\c\S^;\^>^ '• .n s he . ; 86b , wei^ entploiyes'^ot ' -this weaving roo'n'i '-'of 1 , tlic i; King: Phlll|i:- Mm • -'bf •. UY , ; \onii'ovo,rsy uu^iui'',\yl\en -''Hujuiuipii r'SinVonbi 1 ,' a GlvO^knoi; tier, ;>vas re-, hired over th^:, pvotost^ •>;0f ;i ;the; American Fedc,vaUoiv.. of ,vTcxUki ; Exemplifying ^° • spirit of ; th« women; of .America in .the ^nation'* war.".'effort .is eighty-one-year-old M-M.' Glara .'-Sk Glair of Chicago, -Bhowif-knitting a sweater for some 1 member of the U.,'S. armed force*. She-belongs-to a church Red Crow - unit* Ymich has S04 members. ('Central Pritt) "Around: tlie J 1 \2 OV*1 Xr* " A%44W -•• *-'— n ..-— ; ~i;. «j- i.-i-,- f '.. The, , latest''' : good ; v nevys. ;• ab,ou^. ; mp;ybe's : :is- ( Su.l!iyon!6.;.Travelsy' ; , the- nc\V'..--Pav;anioun't : comedy ;.tonight. UtV; —^ -!ip*'tvro. for tenKt'atid/ The'-fc)^./ "Athenia" a'aila;-fromNGVa§gpw^'pW;wTOk.'-.you 'must' $e ready;(o take it. .; : . ;, V i.«, , His mnnrier and vpi.ce were better argument8.,than any..reasons he couVd 'have-, advanced. .Sonny ac- . 1 ... • :: *3l:uiiring .Tool . McCrca , and. fovor-ra'lsiiig'. 'blonde; -who; .created. 1 -----. ; Wings,." .-- meaning, of •'.•course, .Vou-.bnioa: ''Lakp,'. MSullIvdri's - T.ravcis'-. lias ; a]roady rccoived ..ent)iusi?istlc. : ' pr.eylew i'. . . .. tors 1 1 fa been >vrj tton and direct^. ''' crl by ^ -'Pro's to n ; Stu'rgcsi.'Av.ho'- . '"The Lady Evo. n , Reports arc.tha.t., Sturgcs'- lias,, outclassed. , in,:"Su, j-.; van's- 'Travels 11 - the higlv : hilarity , nmiOvS,: lie.. 1 , ps;tabii9hcd,. - : ln ;, such;, screen lauglv' riruptions ^is.i: >^l)o; ; .Groaf.' 1 ;M.c(>lnfcy ll . 1 ,Tuly." :; and;; even : " " "Here4ne,'or-i •$100; that .'inclVdekyour fare: across 'the chahne\." '.'• •• , : .'. ,' . .' : •' • " • .-^ u •She wcint'-upatatrB to get-ninr the money, 'andi-.fca. left; immediately afterward/; . • •*•':•'. •;••>>•: '. • • "•'.,' -••• -•' • . come to see you off, ne es telepHoried .Dick .' the nijjjht before she left for England. He had received her letteT and.;done as she ' "i am sorry about the.bill, 'It was necessary. We' are so hard prossed. I know you ;would -undcrstftna. 1 KIIU.W JfWM > T ., "You have been ; recev . sai'd,- -Ho/'did 'riot: know ; yet h •things '.would -turn out, • , .. , • '«I?ni sailing from Glasgow next week aboard the . 'Athema'," ; »he told him. I "Thinga look bad .here, Dick promised to; wireless her on shipboard^ how- matters turned out at thVbanki, : . ^ ; : . ; "The day ':for depar.turo , arrived, Sonny fcaa- up •ti.aix,. impatient .to. ibe off.' Rene tpok her, to the train. ,He was .thinner, a'nd yery s sad. .. 1 ' 1 let you go if it were not ,- pireotecf; ijy; .Kiirg.•/•.yido.r.jrwiUv . l-Fody. Lam'arr.V Rojjert^Voun:^:--an.iff ;R u tit.i-.Hussey :v'offoi:.ing-^t.o.pnb v |jpj|ii portrayals, ^M^G^r^-nimJ^U^qD ' II H : ..-;.M. •p.ulham/l^qV ( ^.;end%-at;iiw Alcaxar- ; llVea'fer • ;toniglit.;.,.;-,,..-.,-..: .>. •; :'\ " T!ic"picture .-'faitnfully .fojlows/ihe story of the yo'ung-.:'BostiDniaii.:,:wiio; ; socks 1 to oscapo 4h6. .mound'.-ol. tracii-- Lio'n -in •wlilclV'Ue.ls oast, .finds ,Uic. ono ;> great Jove of his life; • then is forced back to the convonUons of- h Is •'-. class.- •'•••He' 'marries, the 'his'- fUnTily'-.im'd .cnoscji .fop, then, • at', middle .age;.; discovers . that he" cannot rccaplurc -the.• romanc.e ,»uc I Imvon'ti You'know "that," ,, "That omoruld you Used to'-woan |H wfta vory 'valuable, • One or my Hrlomls told mo that\ln Nice/ 1 • Sonny told hor Hrst, Uo; ; "-Theit (wont lonp; u^O'." • ' • Udno accused hor then of dufllic- j^ys "You kno\v all along/' You were |*oolln« mo about.your money !"• .' "Ho.Rono, That is npt true/.'. ; Thon, they're just tolling you " to keep you from • marrying •i-norc «»- nothing .mpre.'they, to say to each other,- BO' Sonny h °Ren* V was Baiting for her at the front Sodr. He took" her hand ;s*v£ n^ ''It U too bad'it has ended this i rtr M .. ;... ' -.. ovoriything is.for the best, , "WO muat.'trrta'..thinkW,lt,.that wav," -ho.aaid;-kissing her hand. In the ca!>, driving- toward- the Rtoilo Sonn/hummed.a.little«ong: In hor'shabby-hoto.room she un- nnckod only -what,-she- needed, im- modiatcly" Then -she went -out .to a Mtoan BhiP office to chock on saihngs. • • .- .- ' -^ , j-w *4si 11 n Q Ai 'vXAp,G~Sccbiid ; . lIuB.ba'ncl .;-.• :•'.' ' .-'- "WOil—GonTitlen'tlall^' Yours;'-.' "•: Wli)A;i^y^nG~J3urns; : and':;;Allen--. •W.IZiA^eS,vs ; ;;.v,;^::.":/' ; /j.;, ;! .''' <\ •;•••-' J Wi&G^rSi*b"ttsu1 ; Y"' StaL j ';l?ar'aile• : ..., .. y.' Sliftt-, ;lpaf'[vUe • Answer NVJZ^-Pu p... >yj t,)i.,; the v J esters ; x W'ATR-WOR-WJGC—Inside of •'. • ;.••.;'.•..".••:,• .Spoi'ts'.;..;. •: :•:...-.- .'- (XA^Aif,-' WTlC-^J'cilfnhy. Pi^sents . Y:piJ 'a- Mi.ssin'g Heir?.. T) Z4>V.IC'C—-C u gix L,'- B u in h a lAe.vu el ' 'A^ATH-W.OR--Wl)at's..:My,- Name ? '" ' •;.. ;..' SiSQ:'p.; in,; ; : . '. f .- ; ' —B'p'lV: Burns" Show.,' . -V • dan : ^ You'-Top This? •.•;/:. ;\VEA^ i --\VTJG7--Hbrace, i'Hekl-l-• -Treas- i ;!/•.'•.'••^ii'; > c.Gliest:. .•••'•;''•"..'.'-'•• .-•"•' • .• .• , \W3ZrWI'Cp—Tlirce^Ring Time '-. ;.- •WATB.--NBtl-/O.ordan-'••';:-.••'-.:•!. - - ' v v" ! ^'^.s' v - 0:00,p, •ii)/ v ':T;;;..' \ ^VN^A^WTiC-^-BaUJe"'of the''Sexes s , Y V-i/ ^•J~~ t T > J - v>'-* .1 •*- * fc * * *, % ' v * '•*. *•* *^ ' H . ;. f ' . * t^A^rB~Ne\ys,;;;3Vnc\i)g; Discs •;,. 'i .; for,tne,\var, v c -^ 1M ' C,;+ «At fha combated -the money,. but not the war, -too. I loved you .'.very, muchi -Sie. - You've; made, !me very for- you "I v/lah that wore wwini4tt»»Ff>/w lan't, It will be' difficult/'for mo MWV. l mUH t rotronch, I'must leave Vourhouso tomorrow, none,. .1 can't KO on living'there." , . :.• .' ' Jfo clkl not protest, but .asked Whoro cun'.you go?", '' ' -..'•'-• ewis. It. was -.time' leave, : Rene;iput Her oh *he-train 'Goodbye/mylie . 'American girl f and God •^ aBV :S he .-watched his .; uninfirure: s>vin«}ng .down the r^b straight and handsome, knew 'somehow. that. she would incvor, sec him again. ,! "..-;.' 'Tho long' journey, was hot and. 'uncomfortable.; /As; .the, tr.ain .sped ithrou^h thotfcacef ul north country, • ind-Ssoniiy -gazed at,the - »^?und.. ••inff 'farms* 'almost ready, for . har- ; f • '•' ethatwar oL'"his ._ , perhaps;- ,'ono- of prises br'.ilVa production-is- tne in/? -o'f-'the glamorous Hody/Lamarr ns. 'the cool, -disciplinert;-- business o-iri' 'Marvin Myles. Not even.' I lie SbanclpnnVent- of her- "glamour-bob -. or' -lire:'add!'tib;i'of .•glasses.-can ;.i'Qta : ; •MlsFj'-?Lttbiar'r -. o-f', herv ;spool.awilR]\ .looks; 'but in/thisTOlo:,^!^:;))^^. licrself • .aii.'..actress:-, first -;-a n il ."a 'cliarmci:'lasf. '-•• ' . • -• 'I'. ;.,,•.':, .-.• . . * i • ^ _ • _^. t^ ._- n _ f -. < * t t ,.\.".»-, ;,. • ,, • ,* F > \*y ";' "- Answer Mun : . '-i CO— Nows; . Fi' om London ;.':; ;.;')i. '. < ", 9:80" pi-'jii. '.:, • • .. ,, WI3A P^yT'rdl^i 1>13 cr HcG co" v '" , -t.lve. Nation •' : : -JZ^Sym phony. Cohcert . , - •^\>ATM-\yt)1\-\ViCC— Spoil igh f, . ; - :; . '.-, -.-. Bands-;. -.'V -.'' • - '-'• . ' ; ; -' •' : ••9:45 'p. 'm. • . .W'ATR-\YbR->V.IGC--M iss; Meade's • '.' '' • ••'Cliildrcri-.-' • "• '- : - -' : •"• ' . -•,;."'•* ' K .V-lO:Qp- % i).;:'n>:. •'.-.' WBAPi 1 \VTIG-^i3o]3 \H.opey.Sho\v- ' ; W-ABG-r -Passover--:- ' • ' "• ' (Continued from .-.Page OneO; ..iTglous.'v'ile. said.'he '))elifived ;l,ha1. : h 1 s'; exp'er i encc- J ii liiaki ng .''All Qii i et n 'hart a- tremendous J'cfrcot'on liis'out- 'look, ami tid'aed-; that Ke • would be :.siricc»'cly sorry If lils; pic\iure-barebr had , been .ruined M)Y -h'ls Decision. From 'Itis .'pocket he to'ok,'a prepared statcm'ent whlolr, :he,-had intended ; |,Q: release'wheir ! hc reached' 'the •oanrp. at Gasovade .Lock;?, .Ore^ The statement said: /'Now , let.;, us. consider, -war...Is- -It "not strange that no . one really wan Is • wa i\ y e t tow-, th I h k tli at' 1 i f e cah'bc successfuly or. even respcct- I'uiy lived without 'it? AVc all,.shake our heads-sadly over our predicament, and then wait for..the other felpw 'to slop-it.first, each side pcr- luips eager to. be the'benevolent victor.' ...'.- .... •' "Jn confusion wd"stunvblc blindly along with prayers for peace:on our lips and bloodstains .on our bands, afraid-to go forward, afraid to stop, and troubled-by strangely.perplexed liearts, wlicrcin savagery, and virtue I'cs'id'-c intertwined, . • "So, in -my opinion, wo will never 'stop war's until.., we -individually .cease fighting them -arid, that's 'what 11 propose to do. I propose we proclaim a moratorium on all presumed debts of .evil, done us, to start afresh -by wiping tho slate clean and continuing to wipe it other course for me-a nighlrnare of •Hypocrisy and • Ue'ccRv v ... . "For though in .-the. pasL- 1 have not -sougbt the i;i?.fonn«r's crown, nor attempted to'thrust my unwelcome opinions- upon, a world; lor tho''most part unsympathetic to such ideology-; Tim-ainctlvply felt, lbal. ihc moment would inevitably arise when the issue must' at last, be faced. And • wero 1 now, through fear of public opinion or avarice, to fitsno even momentarily the compulsion of my inner' belief,'tho net result would bo no .less a lie,, to others .than, a no Lo myself. 1 '. ... .-... Upon reading,this statement, nloud, Ayres; th.e current hero'of the Dr. Klldar.e mo.vi'es ami the ex-husband, of. the- Misses ' Ginser Rogers and 'rio'iaLane/ talked informally about Ss inner, battle with him self, "1 'do not go lo.any churclr regu« •larly, 1 .' he said, "but, I do have a genuine;, religion of my own, ami my.convictions oonilrm thai rclVgion I -am 'certain that my role In 'All Ouiet'On The.Western Front 1 bad a powerful ; Mnllpcncc piV-my life. 1 was K '20 when I, played the. part, ol ;tho German, soldier; who abhorred -\yai- amlM thoroughly believe ;t.hal, Wu« picUire bad .much tb do with my later 'thinking, and my .present 1 .step. As'for sucf'j?oHli'ons from.Hollywood thai he liacl ,ruin<ul his future; as a motion picture sUuv Ayres suidi v"K' my pip.inro ; career...i^' ,rutne(i, 'then' 1 am 'sincerely, sorry,' l.-ulr—. 1 • * i * *\ %f\i/wi t\ f*r~ i^ \*^ i*^\i^"* ioifi-;Va|ldrcd' cout, ;.)ui i-rVivired ' lo crawl into- bis ; uppor .b.c.rlh, .for ft sleep whi'c'h be said be fen red would bo long In com!riff. v ; ,. i * i *• *^" - G|M tO.\i«HT ^^^jjjj^^jjjjf ^^^•OBEBa ? ^^^.V-v^lHl ^ Supt. .- jQjin' a ^Oponshuw} :--of.; ; "Uui; ;. hMJl ,«a|d' bpmvi-ipn .qf.ahO'.wcavIi^: room" was essential to ; plant pro- dutitloh^. 1 Hor expootod'iv l\) v ;. & o n f e r witii rS'iato Arbitration Jl^o.H.i;d; Chain-, man 'Charles H;- Cole 'aitd:- .Veprescn-;, latlvns df both'"' unions v later - today; in an effqrt to /*jet ;: thc';8pO' |p work . pending* final- sot'tH?ment' bf^ tho.dts- putC. '.' ; .-•."-,•••«•;-.-..-.: •:.••; ^ " Thc : ' plant^.UiOO-'.ol.hGr ^mpl^es retiirne*) to work as, resutl- of: tin AW) (locision yesterday': 16 resume opera I Ions after the Rational Labor Relations' board a greed to ; ' reopen the- mutter"* of coUccUve bar-, .gaining.- ; T)ic A-FTO wants to bar-. gain/ •!diV./4lic i W^ls '^ff'.WCi ;ral,hcv, than ind\islriul unionism., , . — — .'- <• • • — - — -r,,-; x ';<..;....«. That odd-pteteoi'or TurnViwro 'might: (led inedlurttV l LAST; "Oii6st of DAY Rtturni us PHILOlVANCB THE KENNit ON *^ • •• -"~ T-'~ ". .',•• ' ^l.v -•'"••• •;.'••".-•'.'" -Vv-VT-)^- 1 '•-; 'V;vJ •;.; ! v; ^ v±2i-:;-;S;;;ysf i >,.\^,: ;''v^ : - (5^0. "l>^»i?v-^=:V H-^M WO R-^I>ray,er;. Uncle^'pqn^v.^^ •^-I'rWv.-ci'" Vfuc-ln h-V flh VO.fln lit ' / /V'.V'; vc t, soldiers.' •'i. wa§ ; too neV b6at;c>me. : ;t,ntp;the:Br bor'at Folkstone,: Suppressed .ox- citement w;aV >^^;^?S3 ^U «s a cleir'nikht and:the;moon had -not risen. v .As;.Sonny, stood : on- .i-i.i,/.. -ui'«h\v the iarreat' searcn- deck, ' ' to 'e nd, all .,, From London'- '-.'.'. • —Joiii Gai-bcr ' Orch 10:80 p, .in. : ; , ' .- --•••• --- • '.\VICAV-NYT1G— Red: Ske l!,o n . Show ' Af fairs, •;,. ; W ATR— B ob : • Ch es tci 1 Or ch . ' . • r .. •.-•; . •/ • ;oVi5 P. m.. ; and, Her, Tune .,Yi U » 1-* ^^ *• ' ** * T " / f ^ •-WJ-Z-, WICG—Jde $u.cly\0i;ch/ -• "' *' 'Westoi;h -Skies t "P lease al 1 ow" m e \ t'o : say th at . n 1 though to some persons I his brief revolution of'my vi'ows; may come, perhaps, as-a mild, surprise, they (the views^ 'were on J))e-well over a year, ago and had./of course, long Ipeen token for wanted hy niy P^i 1 - soual••frJends. ' . --, "Furthermore, I am, und have lioen, fully • awaVfi: of 1.1 ic ,jvossibln consc- nucnces nris'lng froni such ; nn action 'as" mine -in tliesc -Jmotional limps, hut 1 against nil. evenUuvll'ties I am fortiHed with nn inner conviction thaTsGoms t'o-.-inorcaso pr.oporlion- at'ely --wi 1.1 v every, o'osl.aclo/l' f« r «- "This decision is-not the result-01 an unstable, overnight roformoU'on, -nor do 'I olnim to. iiaye .foimd; somo- thihg new .or unique. II is but .lie 'mature result of 'hours/ days and venrs of research and rc/loction upon principle/* wit.hin touch of our noses since' birth, 'principles in&t- havo'oonnrmnd -ihojlificl-vos PO doop.- JY i'iito my "being as to make .any ; Yj^go—Wh itclcy Comedy «nd '.'Disney '• , Onrftion. . • .\VISIK— 41 NMnl»t- Or ,fan 16" and ; -'"l)own io Grande Way".. -"Woinfth On Defense." Gale Jcwolor? 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