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BOYS AND GIRLS REGISTER To. Work Months, gummov «,r^ ij'h ol ' i ... / id iili-' ll<(lial1 unliy , in i 1 in i,,tip nil I'W" Ideally. HIiK'h tied Mi'S. nn " ) ' I* \, i «• *t'' v^'t ..lUlH oi 1 ' ruriri Lho Hum- I'or markut- •UnlUid Artists ToloUso,':.; In. tho Biip- porting ouHl nvo MlahneV Wilding nnd GlfUido.H.ulburt,; , ; , Tho story ol 1 '"Throo Gbofcoyod' SullorH'Voonoarns throe British Uirs who -ilo loo nuiohoolcibrutlng wh'ilo (in .shoro louvo and-thus-ian.d on a Gorman : butt)osh'l|> 'Instead 'of their own, Through u .series of, laugh- puckod IncldontH limy nro able'to got control of Uio enemy ship only jo ho, sighted • by their own ship, which Is roucly to shoot,-How thoy oxlrlcato Ihomsulvos from',this now dilemma and aavo the day for their own country -brings thn story to a smashing climax,' Tommy Trliulor IH, of ooiii'Mti, oast as the rlnglc.ad- .01* ,0t' tho Hore-svy trio, while Cixrla Lohmann, blue - nyod a n d fair- hnli'od, IH i,ho girl, who gets onUw- Kind In Uiolr' rnlsad von twos but finally marries the hero, On tho sninu program in March of Tlrno on Argont-lnii, uomody and cartoon. ••"- «'••» •• "How Green Was IKI.VH (K 1 yvnrk <lur x'a I'l 1 wlttl In 1 ' ... ,,,, lM . rmi'vin, chairman of i • ' • MM hlvMlon ut' GU'lllan K'I" M**™ KallHi ls (l , xr K I jjiiiki 1 an aimounonmonl in.a Itf tiJj 'V 1 . 0 !! 1 ,•,,„ tUifunHi 1 , work, In L )p ,..i',ttioii wHii i|^ • » r; ' () ' IU ; 0 j|', Lol«yim'.nl.r" vl ;; jin( , n fl)I , ^ork urlrill]ure, fil't'lcoM ormijmlions ror arapluM-rmlln and In 1<llown in v(! pi-eonlly Kfllls wo- a . l ' (> Ol Nau.uU.c-k, U,ul,r U.u BII- of Ml«.- f'-allinrlnn HrookH, V of NaiitfuUiok c-hnptop, Amor- "nM. They W«>P« pvoMcnt- i'lifl«'at<-s tli-lH wntk, tmd , Miss Kfflw MK» Nonim (Kulorholm, Lt nonahiH', Mr*. Knmei'.s Uus- Mli'H Kllcn KloriKW, Mrn.-.-Annn ir'iii,' Mi'*. CharlotU' Konrhur, M Mill'll' illlli AH H. I'liUvl ' . W ,H MM. Alton 1UUI, Mi'H, I'.va Vtor MM. li'c.wi TurboM, -Mrs, ...'iti SVyniu-, Mi% IMHd Carnp- k Mrs, llch-n . |Th.» UoariMi Pulls i-ovh-w, Wo'.4 Ucnt'.flt n^no.iulion. will moot Monday evunlw «' Ult! homo, ol' |,M, UOIMUI Tallin on Wolt'n avonuo rf o'clock, : ' ••' iTho innnllily iuisim 1 ^ imji.'tlnK of, \t l,oy,'il J);iilKliltM's sorluly -Of- the. ltt<U</iim</i ,\vil|. iM-hold ,on \fon-. cv'ftiilnx at t))' 1 homo, of Mrs, MA UrofiKdii on Kt'l.^lnu 1 uvcnun i o'clwk, [TJiroo Oockoyod Sailors" at Tho Gfom Sunday as ii slito-H}>lltllntf cofii- ly about 111* 1 exploits of . UiroiV wwy suitors, "Tlu'oti (iookcyod lion," wliluli wan dlnuUod by* [ilit'r Poniit, with Tommy Trln- ami tlui'lu l.ftlininnn In Ihc'prln- rii slurring colcH, svlll bo un- IN :tl UK- fhMn llumtfi lii'kiy for (liri'o (l»y?«, Valley" Now at The Qem A|. long lh»l llio drarnntl/atlon of Illohard Llowallyn's . best - nulling Moyol, "How Oroen '.Was My Val- Iny, 11 . Ks brought to tho screen by- JiOLh I.!onlury-Kox un.dcu 1 tha, able •producllvo .gonlu.s of-Dnrryl 1«\ Xan- uck, Hnro-i.s Ibo flbn that ba.s been odgorly awallpd and from the; ac- counl.4 of pruviow nudlonups It pronil.sos to fulfill the oxpoclallon.s, of -thi^ most diHoH-mlnrillng mo- lion picture fan. ' , . Tlie keynote of this production svlHch Is now at .the GQIH tlumter, 1» .the ' fldullty - of .its .portrayal to; L'hu novol- of ;thn Htimo .name, • Laid' agnluwt the colorful' background 'of. a Wolsh mining '.vljlage, "H.o.w Uroon \V«a My' Valldy" 'brings to llfo Iho dynamic charac-ters who cuptlvaUid •the over • pooplo who road the hook, . • ' , Soon ;( through .the youngc.Ht ii'KMiibnr of lluw Morgan —» "How My Valley" traeo.s the. lhroads ; of Iho llfo of the Morgan family over a period of years— revealing their trials and lovns, tholr Joys and sorrows. It's Min ibravo story of a family never conquered, not by arniod men or hardship, hunger or iiato —nor hy, .the turbulent years that Htoltr tho greenness . from their Willoy. : I'lvo inllllon outstancjlng oyos of : tho tho family— Oroo'n Was "King's Row" -Is Current at The ' • State, Waterbury •"'One of Iho mos't.' popular novels ol v Ihd last fow years has -htcn tr(in>»latod Into one'- of'.thn 'most inomorablo sorc.on ,entertalnmfihtH oT any yoar 'and. Is .curroutly ,nt Wfirno'r'H -Slutp .theatur. "King's l\ow/' the title of tho now offer-. ing, i was adapted from . tho .novel of'thft Name name whluli won wide. prnlHe Cor -its -author',, Honry Bella- in'iinn'. • -•-..' . ' Ann Sheridan, Robert. Cummlngs, Honakl Ruagan and .Hetty bMclcl play the four starring roles and otioh 'hn.s turned in a, perfect per- fonnaneo. In the featured east, four of Hollywood's . most able character aetors, Oharles Goburh, Judith 'Anderson, Glauclc Rains and Maria Ousponsknya give portrayals so'flnely etohod that theyarc wall- nigh unforgettu-ble. ' Two 'comparative . nowooiuura to tho- screen, Nixiioy' Clolcman and Kaaron Verne, shosv brilliant promise. ' 1 "King's How" IH a town somewhere 'in the Middle West, ; but it might bo n losvn nnywhoro In the world. ; its people #rp. real, no bet- 5«PW«pyi^j=5«PlrtP5P^^ { IATIST TUNES ; Hcvl<j\ve<l hy fttttttW«te(.W«i p (w TIIK .SMltVIC.IC—VIotov, " «*ii» l*«<l^fH\|«4 --Ttv»'»»«r MI7, Vlclor MHIttti-y H\\\\(l Leonard Aoy with ^j»r (Jlnhnion, ^ !»i»U'ii(lld colluullon brings "H of tiio lo|)-notoli Horvloo ** In brilliant now recording ^ I^PMC military -band with- '!-<J'y ft miduqimrtot, ANCIHORS- j-lt'H (Thi! SCI«K of tho N.uv.y) ( l SBMPKU PAHATUS (GOftHt '"UK OAUSSONS GO , AI.u.Nd {Artillery Song) ' • - • •' '••» i iib\ i 11 /1 * i .4 L * \ \ C' w w n M , °i'>' Miin?)i|j)K ^o ng), -TliK r INK'S HYMN (Kroni liho MnllH ^^"•/.UurJi) and BOMC1 f)K 'JMIW M' Ci'IU'S, Til 10 AltMY AIR ' s luu^ SONH -OK TIIK AH : .\IY s "I-' 'mi>] IMOHWAY and f' AM) SIHMlS all glvo. un Ir- lll '» «l'lrll nnd (UiMli to " ' iirirdH .newly released 1 I for svldo and Irn- I'jtfi |ii)(iuiui'lty upo: ALWAYS HKMttMHKH IT'S A MIL1TAUY SIO- llt'k ballad Hhot-tly to ho* on, a Miller - Rtyiori- • -•»•. SlIK'iifi ALWAYS .UK- I'ntiK Is loi'l'IfUi, IT'S A MILITARY - BH. JJIc 0|' (III! (HltOHt UOVeltlOH • : • f" >1( ">. TPX and Ihn ModornalroH. '»''» ih<? ssvlnK of .things CJo'fttoa tuno. Vaughn. Monroe has a handHomo' recording of. tho moi- ody;"foulurlng bis own vocal after a brlof introduction by the band. GlarlnolH jvaoo the second rol'ra n, muted brass lake, over and tho HOXOH ' oarry to chsqnihlc- modulft- tlons to the v'ooal tipdu. •MRIOSIDB CHAT rooks gently- to modtiralo'beat. Band plays first •Vaughn sings : Mic second-— •on.H6/nJ>lu lukofl ' bvui 1 for n quiot I TllilKVV A ISH IN THE OCEAN '-HHIDATIILISSS, Shop Fields au<l this o/u> a The tut/I Uio 'v LAGOON mill n Viuiiilin .AJoni'Oo . »n<l- his • , ' '' I 1 (* I" Tllli'tlfl^ffV-'llfiV r 1 [ot 1 llii'on-rour tlrno niiiHlu JH ' lll i liAdDHN, u gorguoiiH now 1 "ico version 'or'the .Krlc Typloal cxoollonoo marks . I h ifl tfiiottL.now Irving Berlin' song, .a tune 1 with -uurorgcttablo' quality. MruMo ' arooiiQ --(1.008 the, Hinging. In |"i ballad In-n fuHlilon that earns •no riouht. She's •topririo-.-an-tl "80 H •lh;o record. ' • iiRMATHLKSS Is ft novelty num- hur recently Inti'oduood with un-. prouodonloU-HiioooHS on a nut lon- wlclfl nullo show. Kon Gnrtlss doe n a loirlflo Job on (Jin ;rooQrd; ' H HJA^PIIliBSS oornblnoH. tongue. ivi-loa 4ind- a Mlppoly-hop for a vooallHt'H that .will- louvo you rolling ttlslo, . _ ^ • • • . ' Somo'of Iho .PUHI, woel^s host SO Orxihcs;- rrrt" 10 «url.in mill Si'vny' wlUi Siiinmy Ki,m ,«i MEMHKK 1'KA.U, IMHr H I .....I -»KA'«- MO , M i .« 0«iu.str» ''" 11 Now Playing .. Ciiiy. Loinliardo Is, the now at Slate,''-HitrU'oi'd,. > tend lor,', or no wo PHI* .'than those jYialvfj • up'.' 1 -' the.. population ! of .any towJ) ornUy.-. IJu.l. thQ .Incisive -y/iMl- 1 I'IB' b I 1 Wi o no vol; "a n'd •;.- U \ e .' s 6 r ecn pHiy', 'and . • I'lio " onllsl i toning " per- formamjQ , of., the many,., play e.ra give us a c]uep height . Into, .th'e'junc'ler-, currents' of 'love urur I}ai,e," liappj- UQSS and despair that flow" beneath jjih apporrmt s'inooYli -surface ; of the (/own aiul'lts ; cop)eVv. -.,..• - •. ".-' . .'• • ." ; ' '' ' Lombatdo 'Now • .*• , , Playing at The v .State, ;Hartford ; '0uy Lombnnio and His nriyal Gari- nrthuis, ''Th,i.v Sweetest -'Music.. This SKlu . of -Heaven," arc appearing ,'ln Pe.r'son; on 'the stage of 'the. State theater,'- Hfirtforcl,- -todiry •-nnd- : Sun- dft y.' only,, .0 u y.' Lombardo features "•CdrmenV •Lpbcrt, anil Victor Lombardo, Kenny - Gardner, • the Larhbardo.'-Trlo, -Hose Marie. Lorn- bin-do, 'plus :.all h>: other famous radio stars. Kxlra added, , on -the :b.lll with Guy Lombardo arc .the Calgary Bros., 'Jason and BolT, Don 'Tanner, ami o U\er. stcllai' ent'uKjtlfrd'rs, Show- Ing' on- the' screen, -is Judy Ganbva ,lh, hot>; nawost anrl grcatc.s't coinedy. liil, ' Tnci-c' is; an-' added •'Siccbytlmp--aal,'- Tnci-c is; an-' ae mi'du'ight- stage. arid screen 'show tonight, ••ifyfan.y. ~fiP' : ^. n V '' •'.-.- ,••'• Luncef ord ' s 'Ban?L at itz ridgeport Greatest'--of qolprori--bands. lS;.tliat of ./jimiilo. i/iino.gi'oiid'Vnnd'tils oi'Ohes- ; traAvl't.o /conVQ--|,o,,i;)ia- 1\!ta. 'Ballroom Mcl6«y:vu»?uy-':pi'.. 1 » 'Ms- as - V/iV.alriM, .what X ou , Do ,. -;iJi, ''AIl.HightvTlion and "Blues in lliri.' Nigiit" hayc/.donnitcly Doomed the bunoofor.d 'band. in.to first \vator prominence.., -VI u» -unrorgotablo, vocal- 1/atlon of 'jNVllHiJ Smith, -Dan; Grissam-'s- ; . haunting ;. 'boWcls-. ..... lames Or'awfprd- "o"if;ilje 'tll^nia,, arc- brilliant sttrVn '.-.rbr- 'thc : ,Nba(iK«round online- music. Cha.t ; iH' vlimmie .Lunccford.s oro'hestra. 'R'ur'o'pe' has -lauded' him, and all -America, ,fi;om ..Harlem , to Hollywood, (xnjoy tills music. ; ., . .-ior .vpi'Jtabily "rhythm is"-theii' bu.si- ' .....' playing -Sunday : - V. , at N. H r Arena .•^Thc i'onl ; -Hons hit?? arc those-that tho. lisLonors ' : reciucBtr.hot'-'nbccHr sarlly -thoHii which arc played most ofton," says Abo Lyman, famous or- ohcJiU-ft.leadiii:, who wtl.l top.Sunday, aftornoon and evening's "Show ol tlH-'Wcok" at thn Now Haven Arena, svhoro.he'.svlir load the famous Gali- rdrnlfl'ns. - - • '-'',,, • in acldltlon , to Lyman and; the GallToiftilans, the . Arena . -will also pr ( cftenl-,,lolin Klrby and,his famous, baiul,.play!ng Uio slow. gcntlo:.s\yeol: I'h.yUim; dlrqut from '..th'c.., )?^ Il .X,^ Tavci'ii, plus- a big stage -show. .- . "Abe,- who' Is ,quit(?'a .follow lor drawing ilnc'-'distinctions/' says .the ; nUniboVs' in' tlio-.latter' category, are .merely aurrcnt fayoritos. • • , / /.-_. -. Eooney,-Filni- ' -at 'Opening' tpduy VitK th.e Loow, Poll bhc'aidr;- in •;Wntevburyv -at the spe- liiaj-'WHrly '^ff'fl 1 pei'florni'anc'c-is the ncw'bst.- and ^ruost. 'hllaVlous i •-.lha ' . . ontlret. I'lardy ^amil.VAse.rles to..daic,: "The ''Courtship r o"i!-\ Ariel y . Hardy,' 1 stah'lng M IciKey .Bo'on'oy :>Vi th-.^ewls SLO^O. and .nl.r ( tb'e' members ; of- . Ihe Hardy',. Fam-Hy; "t'hose' including :F!ay. Hold'en; Sara-'vi-ltyclon/. Cecelia ..Parkf er : viihcl" A'i n •'Biiih'pi'ford, the' lattoz;; playing -the rileybf Holly' 'Benedict,' And.y;s . Carvel - ; gii-r Cricncl. ' . 'i •; ::••' , .. , • — Semi-'-'Pjna'ls ./of Tourney . -, .-.,:' : ., \Vp R— Pro J;Q r , .-U n ol o. Do n;. •. . -• Of TKXASj lll..*l.lr<]. -. Recoirds Efectric Go. mix! ' .ELIi*!TIW;/\L -viWTr''' i '^''^-jH^i4 < --". 1 'irV i ''^ : '''^'- I ;; Michael. Wilding, ToiitmyTHnder«nd Claude Hulbe lhre« jolly Jack' T«r» who contribute, a '•erica of zainy anlici to the story of "Three ? 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Jjbrnbdr,do's -Orich. ,,, : AVATR-WOR',— Treasure .: tlouu .- of '"Song • J • .\ -.- ' ' -. .'••.• -,.' '••-.• ". -*'• , ' '"8:30 i>. ,m. ''' ; • :• •••'•*•.. •-•'••; WRAF-WTI p-f Trulh"; .'or,, Gonse- '' '' ' WOR— Sports. Quiz : ' WAHG— Hobby (Lobby '- ; ' ;:. . "-• :.;. -.!;.; WATR—Trica'Lcr ol' the 'Aii\- !";:",•:•"»»>• i . , . f):(M) i>. in. ; •:•:;• X: ; '£':- '.•'•; W E A F- WT 1 Q-^1N all o .ifttl B arh. Ban ce.< W0l\— Anohd,rs-Aweiglv ; v; : 'X-,V. .^V WJZ— UViited-Ghlna Relict' .Program WABG—Your Hit-Parade' -.'•'• • • • : a-.so 'n. m:,. : ; .v.,-. : .W i GC-W 0 R- W AT R—S p pill gb t : b an'ds > ^Y,] ^—Rochester Gi vio .Or oh/,: •,^ / -; '--.. - • •- • -'^ .' •:• 9^.45 "p. "nv 1 ''""'. 1 ^ •"•""•" ••:<•'... WABG—Saturday -Night. Seren-ade, r.« 10:0,0 p. in:.: -.'-'•'. i:^;'^ WEAF-WTtC— Sports 'ISfewsrecl , ^,f AVlGG-WOLHy AT ^ NGS y sll -iV : ^^--'?'- : : WJ%~BelieveC-It Or- Not :,'.,:.-.-; -' ; :-:: ••;•/*.'' WEAP-\YTlC-rH; .-Vv . K V - T ,- -,. • ,.-. WATlH-Vv^OR—America- Prefc t rrpd,;..,.'. '.. . .. .,.. W'iaAF-WTlC—Tdcl' Sl,oclft- l s\''Qn?GlJ,v:; \VJZ~Lco^Reish^an f s•Ol'oji.v^^^.;;>^. 1 *^••.-' WABG—Yoicus in .'the 'NigHt;;. v^.V.-.^: WOR WOR WAT WATR .v-WlQCJ - 'WJZ-WOiR -i WTlC— News ' ; " . .\VABC-Hal .Mclntyro's Oroh ------ - li-js JK ni.' . A .'..f.-vs .;.--. ... WEAF-WTIC -r- OImsl-;qcrs-..VS;fc'"o;r.y; Dramas , , - . .-•.WOR— Jerry Wald Orch. . •-• •. ; WJX— EdcU& Oliver's 'Oroh. . WATR-— Gypsy .Caravan ... 11:0 p. '»• '-.-••'• WlDAF-WTlG—Rlverboat Revels ' - \VQ.R-Johnny Mes'sncr's ; 0rcli. . \YJX- Ernie Madrlguera's Orch. -WABG— Freddy Martin's Orch. Y/ATR— Tori' Flo • Kite's Orch. , 12:00 Midnifjlit ' . "• WEAP-WTIC— News/' Best pi' Iho Week . :.• ' • . WOJV-Chuck Foster Orch, \VJ%— News, Torn my Tucker's Qr : ch. WAUG—News, George • Olsen- Orch. 1 WATR— Sign 0/T ' , , .";•'; ' " - •' •'• --- ^ •> . ~-y—.- •. ^ , Allen's movdfl' ' of a soldier,' To Bi'iittin li Was -Irood is an 'Invasion'.--;' v. 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B'crgcr!•...; Rev, J.- J'. .Fitzg-erakl FrSU Klambt. .,...'.'..• W; S. Wlther\v:ix .. John -H. Schmuck '... •B; .].- Sodlosky..;'.'. : ToiaV*-';.:'. • :'.-.••'•' — - . 1.00 . t .'JO 5.00 ; . 5.00 17.PO 2.30 •£00 J..OO ;2.oo -M.oo ; i;oo "i.oo '.i.oo 5.00 i'.OO .w ,1:00 *i..oo •• J .00 'i.oo .00 .40 .; '.00 -.j.oo- >'• .25 . .3/j i.OO "d.OO . 2.00 . J.OO . i.oo 10,00 . 5.00 . 2.00 . 1.00 . 2.00 . 1.00 . -.2.00 Japanese Troops Land On Cebu Island ,''(ConUhiuul froin Page Q N no), iK'sb iill.ho'uB'l" U.'.S'.-'.fo.'Cos wcru'-con- 1 liming ';.l,hcii >: slubl)oi ; n i-i'rtislani'o wil,)) the. result l.hat. Uio Nipponese •liSive x l)ben unablo io advance. Inland ,'no're than a fo\v. miles so far. The''japaricse agnfii carrier^ oul, an l.pn.si^'o acrl'al.bombrtt'iinionl. of Cor- rcgidor' JSlnhd," imUop s'n-onghold'of Gen.' Jonathan M. Waln- \vrlgh.l.|s Manila bay forces. Fort' Hughes, .also,, in ' Manila buy, 1 also \yas x bombotl. ' • j The iifJcDartmenl. said l.hal, Mic uori.'il •pciunrJing cniisod ..fow MS- ualUesj and JnfJiclod. only, slight, damage. : ' . •' . •" • ''Both:" these, forts, as well as no,ar- by Ports; Drum and Frank, wore also shelled by Japanese, butteries on .Dataan on Uie north 'and in Cavile province on tho sonth'shoro of tluvbay. Thero was no refo.ro.nco to damage or casualties by the , shelling. The .lap'annso artillery, as a result of the collapse of Bataaiv has been able to put Coi-rcgidor in'the -middle of a crossfire: ; ; Th.e ••communique-' again said that communication. •betwccn-Hal.aan and Corregiclor..Iras % been severed. , The attack on Cebu island, whicli is more than 300 miles south of Manila and one of the most ini- jDortant islands in the Philippines, was forecast hi a communique yesterday which , told of the arrival of the convoy of '.40 troop transports and five warships. .1). S. motor boats attacked the ships off-shore and sank a .Japanese- cruiser. However, .these mosquito boais.: were unable to destroy the convoy, which 'went ahead with' landing "operations. War Dc.pl.. Communique Washington, April 11—(UP) — Text-of War Denarimont .communi- que. No., 185 as-of ;):.'JO a. m. FAVT today: ; . 1. 'rjlillfppiiie thealer; "Despite fierce resistance hy the sijiall American and Philippine force, the enemy-was able to Affect i landing on-: the I shun I of Cebu on April JO. The .lapanese force now debailc- ing on that island is•osti'nuiled til 12, 000. The landJLng Is li«lh^ supported, by dlvo :bomb'ci:s nn<l-"ia .l'r<?.avy (ire from .hbsflie :; naval ; ' v Vcs^c>ls: Toiik units have been landed..:by : .lbe Jnpa. n«so, .' '.".-.''• ,•"-.''•'•. : ,'"' : " •]'"'"'•"..." . ''-.' "Thy ticfciidrr.s,VbntiniK) lo rCHist; sjnhhornly and "'l-hir; invndors have )>,eon unable to advance jnlan'd more 'than a few miles at any poivit, sive 'air attacks Suii.-Mon.-Tues. •— 't&$w>ii&£mWfte ; . iSounds . " Rpbeirt' Taylor .in j TOMORROW SVN-MON ATUES TALENT SCHOOL EXPOSED H.B.WARNER ASTMD AUWYN JOHN ARCHER SARAH N0DEN >»ITT» FEMIIIINC < IKCIMft IQ9NII ' 11*1111 SON OF FURY S ON .PAKADIS k ^S'S^^^^v^?-'' & '••• •* ^'•'^W^jffi^^''' ^••''/•' : ..* : " fow and 1 the damage. .ii slight ' • ^ • - 1 5V.'.,;•'• -.-..' N^ "Our forlilied jslanas-\vcr,c •under Intermittent flrc from cnjjiny' arti.ir Icry- in Daiaan and on. ^!.Jie Hou'th shore of uuvbnVr - C;••' ' *\?^\'' ' : ^ "TUcro is'.- no comii^unfijallon b6-- l.\v«en our troops in, ni\t.ann•••ttlWl those in .Corrqgidor. ; : j';;:-- $ ; ; „'% 'Phcrc is nothing iiov ropo'pt j'rom other areas."' 1 'V- \ .£"i. ••••'•«'-. FATALLY IN4UKED Lynn, M,%ss,- •'• : AprJ)v it Manuel Silva, 45, v wb'rkbr v "tit Ooneral Electric Co v p^mi-^oi'C, was. injured faially ,oai x ,ly ^o<1rtfc-ln Ci^y Hall square .. : \vJiQiV; i .8U l \»ok- by an a u torn ob Ho opera led by St.cph.cn- P. -.1. •O'Malloys.-^Jr alsp--6r;;UirHiV. -S«v vn died two hours ;\floivl)elng hos,-. pltrilly.cd. p'-Malley: sa)d 'Siiva lia'd, sl-cppn«V'in front Of 'his .i\itomoUtTe T from ' behind' a' traffic bfacon. \ f , RAIDS Kvp-rott,, Mass;, April '-'li —(UP)— KIM- tig-en f.s'; aided by mbmbers of the livorott police. department, raided ''vorio'us premi.sqp |)f enemy aliens" -here, last nlglil,' «fcd sclatoil 1C. ratlio.s, Ki camarna, \thiimv rovoly- ors, four shotguns, two rfflOH, some ammunillon and u radio; transmits ter, • ... - •: ' i •',••• Lowrst PrJcrjii. ln N The City John Girdes Music Shop We Hu.v, Sell, Gxchnnou »»»<! Repair' , All Kinds Of Insti'imumU Violin, I>iunos, Radios, \ C Truinpftl., Accordions,' SftX Wood Winds — Musical 382',RO.« MAIN ST; \VATKRBtIRV HOWLAND : HUGHEi "Waterbury's Friendly Department Stort^ V ing • • ..•D.ef.c.rise,, Str^nijXs,."Defense Bonds, .Fixvst.. ; Aid- Aad ' Home -Nursing' classes . ... tires more p"^^'"'.than' diamonds! Ypu'Jl remembciv tlii^.: '.spring; 'you'll remember if; for its hG.artncIieR^und <;nrili<SL : the.'prond good-byes at tl^e statioii/ tbe^ii^tier--. inination:in your heart to be '' ? /-.' Yoii'll -remember it for ]ig]iteij,::JiripiidUor' 'touches, too . . -. the letters "back "liomeV!- 1 the thoughtful ness of. .friends, the magic of nature 1 in her annual awakening', the fee) ing. -of!' . co'mriidc- ; ship tlmt a nation enjoys only in times like:tlicisc. And you'll remember the happy* hours. 'spent in browsing and shopping* in our version of a modern American department store . . . where friendliness, courtesy and helpfulness is'c of happier days to cornel * NOW AHOY HAS A WW DIUY"! Romano* (• «>Mk(n'tar AA4y( Ht turn* • w«H- flowor Into • glamor girt. Thr . SAT.6-SUN HARTFORD APRIL 10-11-11 WEETEST MUSIC THiSSIKOF COURTSHIP Liwn Mtciciy "** CECILIA STONE • RODNEY- PARKER • HOLDEN ANN RUTMtftfORD • SAM HAOEN W OOMM tttO MAN WHO RETURNED TO LIFE *M» /OMM HOWAJID . LUCRC } FRANCIS DEL FIN'O And His.Orchestra in the - - COPPER ROOM DAN'CING' NiaHTLY 8 TO 1 A. M. (Except' Sunday and Monday) NO

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