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of of of of THE MESSENGER Friday, March 3, 1944 Page Six SURGEON DECORATED Undertook Mercy Flight to Save Life of Army Sergeant WHITEHORSE, YUKON TERRITORY-Major W. T. Joyce, 34-yearold surgeon of Scranton, and Georgetown University graduate, and Eugene Moskowitz, of Mount Vernon, N. were awarded Soldier's Medal here this week for a perilous night mercy Obituary Notices flight over the Yukon wilderness last November. The citation said the officers made the flight although they were "well aware the pilot had little chance of making the journey and landing the plane safely." The pilot Leslie Cook, a Canadian bush flyer, was killed recently in a crash near here.

Following the perilous flight in stormy weather, Major Joyce performed an emergency appendectomy on an Army sergeant, saving the soldier's life. Major Joyce, was graduated from Georgetown in 1937. He now commands one of the largest and most modern military hospitals in the Canadian Northwest under the United States Northwest Service Command. "It is therefore a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead, that they may be loosed from sins." -(2 Mach. ANDRES, MRS.

JOSEPHINE Of Carlyle, died Thursday, Feb. 17, 1944. Wife of Charles Andres; stepmother of Mrs. Paul Ragen; sister of Henry, Frank and George Gerling, Mrs. Charles Harter and Mrs.

Marie Erlinger. Funeral Monday. Feb. 21, at St. Mary's Church; interment parish cemetery.

BACLET, CHARLES-Of Benton, died Monday, Feb. 21, 1944. Father of Charles Baclet brother of Constantine Baclet. Funeral Friday, Feb. 25, at St.

Joseph's Church; interment parish cemetery. BEDNARCIK, IGNACE-Of 2724 North. 43rd street, Fairmont City. died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1944.

He is survived aunt, three uncles and a number of cousins. Funeral Saturday, Feb. 26, at Holy Rosary interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. BUJNAK, JACOB ANDREW-Of 904 South Charles street, Belleville.

died Sunday, Feb. 27, 1944. Husband of Mrs. Bujnak; father of Mrs. Irene Kitchen, Mrs.

Lucille Traxel Mrs. Mary Lang Mrs. Margaret Haley, Helen, Fred, Edward, Stephen, John and Pvt. Joseph W. Welky: brother of Charles, Cleveland and Andrew Bujnak.

Funeral at St. Peter's Cathedral, Wednesday, March interment Green Mount cemetery. DOWNEY, JOHN-Of 629 North 11th street; East St. Louis, died Thursday, Feb. 24, 1944.

Husband of the late Rachael Downey: father of Mrs. Catherine Downey Shawen Funeral Saturday, Feb. 26. at Sacred Heart Church; interment Mt. Car.

mel cemetery. DOWNEY, ROSE 37 South 86th street, Belleville, died Tuesday, Feb. 22. 1944. Daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. A. Downey sister of Mary Margaret, John A. Downey Naval Aviation Cadet, City, Iowa. Funeral Friday, Feb.

25. at Blessed Sacrament Church; interment Mt. Carmel cemetery. ERHARDT, BERTHA J.Of 3919 North Drive, East St. Louis, died Thursday, Feb.

24, 1944. Wife of the Erhardt: mother of George A. and Raymond Erhardt and the late Frank Erhardt: sister of Margaret Schanz. Catherine Shaffer, Louis McMahon, Elizabeth Gaertner and William Ferkel. Funeral Monday; Feb.

28, at Holy Angels Church. FLAHARTY, GEORGE M.or 2734 Market avenue, East St. Louis, died Saturday, Feb. 26. 1944.

Husband of Mrs. Kate Sherlock Flaharty: father of Pfc. George Flaharty, Mrs. Irene Hutchins and Mrs Helen LaBuono: brother of Mrs. Grace McDuffie.

Funeral Monday Feb. 28. Regis Church; interment Mt. Carmel cemetery. GRAU, ADOLPH MARTIN -Of 228 Brackett street, Swansea, Wednesday.

Feb. 23. 1944. Husbana of Mrs. Elizabeth Grau: Mrs.

Bernard F. Griesbaum, Mrs. Victor J. Gantner. Pvt.

Edward Grau, Emily M. and Helen M. Grau: brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Haas and Barbara Etling. Funeral Mondav.

Feb. 28. at St. Peter's Cathedral: interment Green Mount cemetery. HAGEN, EVO-Of 1018 Bond avenue.

East St. Louis. died Sundav. Feb. 27, 1944.

Brother of Josenh Hagen and Mrs. Lena Arnold. Funeral Wednesday, March 1. at St. Henry's interment Holy Cross cemetery.

of Belleville, died in Quincy, Sun- HARLIN, MISS ANNIE Waterloo. died Tuesday, 15, 1944. She is survived by a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral Friday, Feb. 18.

at SS. Peter and Paul's Church: interment parish cemetery HECKENKAMP. B. Formerly BURKE FUNERAL HOME 33rd AND STATE EAST ST. LOUIS FUNERAL FLOWERS HAUN MENGES 518 MISSOURI AVENUE As Near as Your Telephone Bridge 1647 East 4446 East St.

Louis, Ill. Service Institution Since 1892 BRICHLER FUNERAL HOME 9 G. W. Brichler, Jr. John P.

Cange Emma C. Burke AMBULANCE SERVICE 2216 State St. East 300 East St. Louis, Ill. day, Feb.

27, 1944. He is survived by one son, Emil Heckenkamp, and two grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, March 1, at St. Luke's Church, Belleville; interment Green Mount cemetery. HOGAN, MARY-Of 517 North 24th street.

East St. Louis, died Monday, Feb. 28, 1944. Wife of the late Michael Hogan; mother of John Frank M. and Dr.

James M. Hogan, Mrs. Thomas Cassin; sister of Mrs. Michael O'Day, Mrs. Patrick Curry, Miss Elizabeth John Morton.

Funeral Thursday, March 2, at St. Elizabeth's Church; interment Mt. Carmel cemetery. LESLIE, LAVERNE 5206 etery. MARLEN, MRS.

MATILDA ANNE Eastgate avenue, East St. Louis, died Friday, Feb. 25, 1944. Wife of Claude E. Leslie; mother of LaNiese, Glenn, Doris, Betty, Claude Jr.

Robert Leslie. She is also survived by seven sisters and one brother. Funeral Monday, Feb. 28, Holy Angels Church; interment Mt. Carmel cem- Modoc, died Wednesday, Feb.

23, 1944. Wife of Joseph F. Marlen; mother of Mrs. Lillian Walster, Miss Rosemary Marlen and Tech. Sgt.

Edw. J. sister of Al and David Kruezer. Mrs. Pauline Sanders and Marie Beckman.

Funeral Saturday, Feb. at St. Joseph's Church: interment parish cemetery. MULARCIK, KATHERINE Of 1230 North 53rd street, East St. Louis, died Wednesday, Feb.

23, 1944. Mothers of Sophia Joseph Pintarich. Pencak Sr. Funeral and Saturday, Feb. 26.

at SS. Cyril and Methodius Church; interment Mt. Carmel cemetery. NEWKIRK, MRS. FRAZIER Of Carlyle, died Wednesday, Feb.

23. 1944. Wife of Frazier B. Newkirk: mother of Mrs. Jack Lane, Mrs.

Earl Means, Frazier Elmer, Ruth. Mabel Jean, Ellen Marie. Dean Pfc. William Newkirk: daughter of Mrs. Anna Gehrs; sister of Herman, Ben and Nic Gehrs, Mrs.

Ed Stevenson, Mrs. Florence Wuebbles Mrs. Arnold Schulte. Funeral Saturday, at St. Mary's Church: interment parish cemetery.

POZSGAY, JOSEPH Of 2440 Cleveland avenue, East St. Louis, died Thursday, Feb. 24. 1944. Father John, Michael and i George Pozsgay, Mrs.

Palkovich and Mrs. Joseph Franks. Funeral Saturday, Feb. 26, Elizabeth's Church; interment Mt. Car- mel cemetery.

RAMLOT, LIEUT. GEORGE U. S. A. Air Force, killed in combat.

July 28. 1943: 549 North 22nd street. East St. Louis Son of Frank P. Ramlot and the late Rose Heileg; stepson of Mrs.

F. P. Ramlot: husband of Jeanette Ramlot: brother of Frank C. and William L. Ramlot and Mrs.

Lucille Truly. Requiem Mass Saturday, Feb. 26, 1944, at St Elizabeth's Church. died Wednesday. Feb.

23, 1944. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Salamone brother of Mary Elizabeth and Frances Louise Salamone.

Funeral Friday. Feb. 25; interment Green Mount cemetery. SALAMONE, STANLEY JR.Of 4203 West Main street, Belleville. 842 North 31st street.

East St. Louis. died Wedresday, Feb. 23. 1944.

Mother of Mrs. Julia McCabe. Mrs Addie Murtzko. Mrs. Louise Belleville, Mrs.

Martin Adkins. Mrs. Amelia Rose and Edward Selliers: sister of Mary Cummins, John Longuan and Baptist Primo. Funeral Friday, Feb. 25, at St.

Patrick's Church: interment Mt. Carmel cemetery. SELLERS, SALLIE -Of STEIBEL, MRS. ELIZ. -Of Prairie du Rocher, died Sunday, Feb.

27. 1944. Mother of August, Joseph, Victor and Louis Steibel and Mrs Dorothy Franks. Funeral Wednesday, March 1, at St. John's Church; interment parish cemetery.

WEILBACHER, MRS. MARY-Of Sugar Loaf township, died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1944. Wife of Herman Weilbacher: mother of Otto Weilbacher. Funeral Saturday, Feb.

26. at Immaculate Conception Church in Columbia; interment parish cemetery, GUNDLACH AND CO. FUNERAL HOME HIGH at Ph. 29 Belleville W. P.

TISCH Monument Works COMPLETE BUILDERS Opposite Mt. Hope Cemetery Belleville, ID, FUNERAL 366 RESUSCITATOR anytime -anywhere RENNER GEMINN BERGMAN FUNERAL HOME Phone 68 120 North Illinois Belleville, Ill. CITES ENEMY OF CHURCH Catholic Author Says Atheistic System Cannot Last NEW communism" is the immediate enemy of the Church in Europe, Francis J. Sheed, Catholic author and lecturer from England, said in a lecture at Brescia College. "But an atheistic system never lasts longer than 20 years," he added, "because it contains no permanent dynamic." Stalin, the lecturer said, found it was impossible to wipe out religion in Russia, so he has reinstated the Greek Orthodox Church and is going to try to use it for his own ends.

Commenting on the difficulties of finding out about religion in Europe today, Mr. Sheed said that most persons have to depend on leftist liberal commentators who dislike the Church and like Communism, and, due to this, many persons think the Pope is pro-Fascist. COLLEGE SENIOR PRESENTS PLAY EAST ST. LOUIS-Miss Marilyn McAteer, a senior at Fontbonne College and active member of the Catholic Youth Guild of this city, will present a play entitled "School Daze" at the Little Theater, Fontbonne College, on Tuesday evening. March 7.

at 8:15. The play to be presented is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a degree of B. S. in Physical Education. The Holy Family of Nazareth is our model.

St. Joseph was the head of that family. Classified Advertising rate for this column is 2c per word for one insertion. Write or call for long-term rates. AUTO ELECTRIC WE REPAIR all makes magnetos, generators, starters and carburetors.

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Write for descriptive price list. SHADYLAWN LEGHORN FARM. Edw. Shea, Breeder, Junction. Ill.

GET GHOLSON'S "Good as Gold Chicks" want chicks that live and produce far better than average. Write for catalog explaining why they are best. GHOLSON'S HATCHERY, Box 288, McLeansboro, Ill. BLOOD TESTED CHICKS Make more money raising McDONALD'S BLOOD TESTED barred and white rocks, wyandottes. everlay reds and big English leghorns.

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Write for new low prices and early order discount. Let us work with you in food for freedom. McDONALD. POULTRY HATCHERY, Box 149-M, Eldorado, Illinois. FARMS FOR SALE FARM BARGAINS slab, rock roads.

G. W. Womack, Coulterville, Ill. FOR SALE FOR SALE-1 Keck-Gonnerman Thresher. Steam Engine, 20-horsepower, All-Steel Separator, 36-58 in.

(all parts sound and in good running condition.) Priced reasonable. Due to ill health and manpower shortage, must sell. ADAM PERJAK, Ashley, R. HELP WANTED FOR BETTER jobs, small fees: Belle. 20A Main; East Side, 213 Arcade Bldg.

WOMAN for housework, one week. Address 29 Wesley Drive. Call Fairbanks 754-W. LEARN SHORTHAND LEARN SHORTHAND LEARN Gregg Shorthand at Home Mail. Complete course at small cost.

No books to buy. Write for details. THE MODERN BUSINESS COLLEGE, Centralia, Ill. UPHOLSTERING -SLIP COVERSEast 4471 for estimates and service. Barth's Upholstering Shoppe.

2211 State East St Louis. Ill. WANTED TO BUY Salvage, 3901 St. Clair East St Louis East 8393 LEGAL ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE In the Probate Court of St. Clair County, Illinois.

Estate v. Michael J. Boyle, Deceased The undersigned having been appointed Administrator of the estate of Michael J. Boyle, deceased, hereby gives notice that Monday, the 3rd day of April, 1944, is the claim date for said estate, and that all claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date withou issuance. of summons.

JAMES P. HAGGERTY, Administrator. JOS. B. McGLYNN, Atty.

(First insertion Friday, Mar. 3-3t) WANT gas engines and used cars trucks and tractors. We sell new and used auto glass. McAteer Auto JOE AND JUDY JOHN, I WANT YOU TO ATTEND TO JOSEPH. HE WAS A VERY DISOBEDIENT BOY TODAY.

STRANGE BUT LITTLE-KNOWN FACTS FOR ST PETER'S SCHOOL, YORK, was FOUNDED by, ST PAULINUS in 627. AND GUY MATTO GROSSO mud DE JANERO HAS BEEN CIVIL GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MATTO GROSSO, BRAZIL, for 25 YEARS! Archbishop Correa of Cuyaba UNTIL REGENT DAYS THIBETAN THE STANDARD LANGUAGE WORDS WORK, WAS A DICTIONARY OF 55.000 FRANCISCAN MISSIONARIES. LITTLE STORIES BY CARLI'1 EITHER Where Are We Going? During the persecution of the Christians under the Roman Emperor Decius, one of the first victims to undergo martyrdom was Pope Fabian. The executioners were leading the Pope and his companions, when one of the latter asked, "Tell us, where are we going?" The Pope himself answered the question. Pointing to the heavens, he exclaimed with a smile, "You want to know where we are going? Home, ever home!" National Legion Of Decency The following are the titles of films reviewed this week: CLASS SECTION 1 "Action in Arabia." "El Jorobado." "My Best Girl." "See Here, Private Hargrove." "Thundering Gun Slingers." CLASS SECTION 2 "The Lady and The "Million Dollar Kid." "Nine Girls." "Rosie, the Riveter." "Up in Arms." Saeger-Wachtel HARDWARE -SPORTING GOODS 135 Collinsville Ave.

East St. Louis, Illinois STOKER COALS BURN "LITTLE TOT" Franklin County 10-Meshthe best by government test! Washed. Dust-Proofed, Floated MOLLA COAL CO. East 295 4200 State St. 54 Years of Reliable Service! BEAR IN MIND Where To Get: Concrete walk blocks; shop-made concrete steps; concrete stepping stones; interlocking walk curbing: concrete cesspool curbing; concrete drain and well tile: B.

concrete floor and roof slabs; Haydite and concrete blocks; Medus--a white concrete paint. SWANSEA STONE WORKS PHONE EAST 6282 496 N. 33rd St. East St. Louis, Ill.

Caseyville Avenue Belleville Phone 601 By Walsh YOUNG MAN, FROM MOTHER TELLS ME HAVE TO GIVE YOU A IN TRUE CATHOLICS I ENGLAND, ST WILFRED, ST JOHN OF BEVERLEY, ALCUIN WERE FAMOUS MASTERS; FAWKES DICK (notorious highwayman) AMONG ITS VERIDIANA, 13 FOR 34. YEARS' LIVED UP 4. FEET. COMMUNICATION WITH Altar Stone Used By English Martyrs Discovered on Farm LONDON-A large grimy stone used as a stand near a disused pump in a Nottinghamshire farmyard has been found to be the original altar stone of Beauvale Priory closeby, on which the first two priests to die for their Faith at Tyburn, London, during the Reformation, BI. John Houghton and B1.

Robert Lawrence, Carthusians, once offered Mass. It has now been purchased from the owner and will be placed in the chapel dedicated to the two martyrs in the Eastwood Catholic Church, in the same neighborhood. It is six feet long, three feet wide and six inches thick and weighs about half a ton. Relics are be placed in it once more so that it may again be used for Mass. TRUSSES AND ELASTIC SUPPORTS Reasonably Priced Harold Smith, Druggist 1323 W.

Main Ph. 1194 Belleville WHAT YOUR THIS HURTS I SHALL LESSON NOTRE DAME I ACADEMY By JOAN KOHL BELLEVILLE Girls from Notre Dame having an average of 90 per cent, who achieved the honor roll for the first semester of the school year are; seniors, Peggy Collins, Mary Yvonne Wellinghoff, Ruth Hepp, Marilyn Fournie, Arlene Fruedenberg, Virginia McKenna, Lois Marie Smith, Mardell Weilbacher, Rosemary Klein, Betty June Jaeckel, Martha Reis, Doris Byrne, Joanne Sax, Ruth Hayden, Betty Jane Cerny, Mary Ann Geppert, and Joanne Vien; juniors, Lorraine La Chance, Mary Louise Schmidt, Patricia Huth, Patricia Bann, Dolores Edlich, Joyce Berry, Rita Fellner, Doris Jean Hoertel, Betty Ann Mueller, Rose Marie Lucash, Rose Marie Julia Nester, and Marilyn Bryan; sophomores, Patricia Ford, Eleanor Brennan, Mary Ann Rechtien, Louise Jane McGlynn, Aileen Hannon, Ida Matychowish, Jill Schiffer, Dorothy Barbeau, Alice Mae Sehr, Betty Peskar, Jean Luehder, Theresa Davinroy, Natalie Connors, Rosemary Wiesen, Louise Lux, Rosemarie Klein, Meriam Mehmert, Dolores Schindler, Carol Siekman, Rosalind Lorenz; freshmen, Jeanne Fournie, Jean Marie Schneider, Nancibeth Beattie, Frances Schwartz, Martha Jane Bock. Celeste Murphy, Marjorie Schwartztrauber, Audrey Wellinghoff, Joan Verneersch, Eva Let Gordon, Rita Fournie, Marilyn Ballhausen, Ruth Holtkamp, Anna Mae Strauberger, Joan Barker, Marilyn Biekert Mary Ellen Cornhill, Jeannette Meder, Joan Voss, Marilyn Clark and Rita Delaney. The C. Y.

C. of Belleville sponsored the annual play contest at St. Mary's auditorium on February 20, at 8. The Senior Glee club of Notre Dame entertained between plays with the selections: "My Hero," WECKERMEYER ELECTRIC COMPANY Will Fill Your Electric Needs East 520 626 Missouri E. St.

Louis GIFTS For All Occasions! Showers Weddings Birthdays Anniversaries, Etc. KEIL'S 26 E. Main St. Belleville Maw! Get a Plumber! Don't let leaky taps wear down your morale! Just call Ed Rust and we'll fix 'em before you can say any more than 32601 ED C. RUST Plumbing, Contractor and Heating Shop, 22 N.

10th 103 N. 32nd St. Belleville WHEN YOU BUY-. TELL THEM WHY! Merchants who advertise in THE MESSENGER are anxious to reach you. This is the medium by which they seek your business, and goodwill.

They help build YOUR Catholic paper and would appreciate a word of encouragement. Next time you buy--tell them why. Tell them you saw their ad in THE MESSENGER. Make it a habit to patronize THE MESSENGER advertisers. ME.

The Desert Song," and "Say A Prayer For Boys Over There." The Girls from Notre Dame who participated in the plays are: Joan Voss, Audrey Wellinghoff, Shirley Conrath, Claire Collins, Alice Jean Cal- and houn, Barbara Bedell, Rosemary Luby, Ann Ellen Gaul. Miss Mary Louise FitzGibbon, instructor of speech at the Academy was a judge on this occasion. The winner of the War Bond and Stamp Drive held in connection with the fourth war loan was fresh- Income Tax Returns Prepared 10 A. M. to 7 P.

M. Daily MIKE CARL man home room 308, with $2.240 The senior home room 102, was in second place with $1,247.60. Peggy Collins, a member of the student council, in charge of sales of bonds and stamps, surprised room 308, with a treat of ice cream. NATIONAL ANTHEM OH SAY YoU. SEE When Your Clothes Need Cleaning and Pressing REMEMBER US for EXPERT BAECHLE Room 203, Metropolitan Bldg.

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540 Belleville National Legion of Decency List MARCH 3, 1944 CLASS -Section Adventures of A Rookie Ali Baba and 40 Thieves Amazing Mrs. Holiday, The Arizona Trail Arizona Whirlwind Around the World Beautiful but Broke Beneath Western Skies Black Market Rustlers Blazing Guns Bullets and Saddles Campus Rhythm Canyon City California Joe Chance of a Lifetime Charlie Chan in Secret Service Chip Off the Old Block Corvette K-225 Cowboy in the Clouds Crazy House Creo en Dios Crime Smasher Dancing Masters, The Death Valley Manhunt Death Valley Rangers Deerslayer. The Destination, Tokyo Destroyer Devil Riders Drifter, The Dixie Dugan Doughboys in Ireland Drums of Fu Manchu Eternal Gift. The False Colors Fighting Seabees, The Frontier Bad Men Frontier Law Frontier Outlaws Fugitive of the Plains Chosts on the Loose Girl Crazy Glory of Faith The Golgotha 1-Unobjectionable for General Patronage Good Fellows, The Raiders of Sunset Pass Great Mr. Handel, The Rationing Guadalcanal Diary Return of the Rangers Gunsmoke Mesa Riders of the Dead Line Hands Across the Border Rookies in Burma Happy Land Sahara Harvest Melody Sherlock Homles Faces Henry Aldrich, Boy Scout Death Henry Aldrich Haunts Silver City Raiders 8 House Six-Gun Gospel His Butler's Sister Sky's the Limit, The How's About It? Sleepy Lagoon In Our Time Small Town Deb Iron Major, Song of Bernadette The Is Everybody Happy? Song of Russia Johnny Doughboy So This Is Washington King of the Stallions So's Your Uncle Lassie Come Home Spider Woman Law Rides Again, The Story of The Vatican, The Little Flower of Jesus Stranger in Town Lost Angel Strictly in the Groove Lucky Days Sullivans, The Madame Curie Sundown Valley Man From Music Mountain Tarzan's Desert Mystery Marshal of Gunsmoke This Is the Armv Monastery There's Something About Melody Parade a Soldier Minesweeper Texas Kid.

The Mojave Firebrand Three Russian Girls Moonlight in Vermont Tiger Fangs Mr. Muggs Steps Out Top Man Mysterious Doctor, The True to Life Mystery of the 13th Guest Two Weeks to Live Nabonga Underdog, The Night Plane From Victory Through Air Power Chung ting Vigilantes Ride. The Northern Pursuit We Are the Marines Oklahoma Raiders Weekend Pass Outlaws of Stampede Pass Westward Bound Overland Mail Robbery We've Come a Long, Long Perpetual Sacrifice. The Way Power of God, The V. e've Never Been Licked Power of the Press What a Man Pride of the Plains Whistling in Brooklyn Racket Man.

The Winter Time Raiders of Red Gap Wyoming Hurricane CLASS A -Section 11-Unobjectionable for Adults Adventure in Iraq Adventures of Tartu Alla en el Tropico (Down in the Tropics) Appointment in Berlin Air Force Battle of Russia Bridge of San Luis Rey Calling Doctor Death City Without Men Claudia Conflict Continental Express Crystal Ball. The Cry "Havoc" Curse of the Cat People, The Dangerous Blondes Dawn on the Great Divide Escape to Danger Falcon and the Coeds. The Fallen Sparrow, The Find the Blackmailer Flesh and Fantasy Footlight Glamour Frankenstein Meets the -Man Frisco Kid (Reissue) Gangway for Tomorrow Gals, Inc. Gallant Lady (Also Entitled Prison Girls) Girls Town Ghost That Walks Alone, The Government Girl Gung Ho Alejandra All By Myself Arabian Nights Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes Behind the Rising Sun Boys From Stalingrad Casanova in Burlesque Cabin in the Sky Captive Wild Woman Career Girl Cat People City That Stopped Hitler Coney Island Constant Nymph, Cross of Lorraine. There Desert Song, The Dr.

Rennault's Secret DuBarry Was a Lady El Zue Tenga Un Amor Fired Wife First Comes Courage Flight for Freedom Flying With Music Follow the Band For Whom the Bell Tolls 40,000 Horsemen Gay Sisters, The Ghost Ship, The Hangmen Also Die Adolescence (Stolen Paradise) Adolph Armstrong- -Industri Amours de Toni, Les Assassin of Youth Carnival in Flanders Children of the Sun City of Sin Club de Femmes Confessions of a Bride Confession of a Vice Baron Damaged Goods Damaged Lives Daybreak (Jour Se Leve Le) Dust to Dust Ecstasy Elysia- -Bryan Foy production Guy Named Joe. A Pistol Packin' Mamma Heavenly Body Princess O'Rourke Heaven Can Wait Prisoner of Japan (Formerly Here Comes Kelly "Isle of Forgotten He's My Guy Return of the Vampire Higher and Higher Reunion in France Hi Ya Sailor Rhythm of the Islands Hostages Secreto Eterno (Spanish) Holy Matrimony She's for Me Honeymoon Lodge Son of Dracula I Dood It Spotlight Scandals Impostor, The Someone to Remember In Old Oklahoma Standing Room Only Walked With a Zombie Strange Death of Adolph Jack London Hitler Jane Eyre Suspected Person Jeannie Sweet Rosie O'Grady Johnny Come Lately Swing Fever Lady Takes a Chance, A Swing Out the Blues Larceny with Music Swingtime Johnny Lodger. The Tender Comrade Lifeboat Thank Your Lucky Stars Man From Down Under, The This Land Is Mine Meanest Man in the World Thousands Cheer Meet the People Timber Queen Men on Her Mind Tornado Mission to Moscow Uncensored Murder on the Waterfront Unknown Guest. The Mystery Broadcast Voice in Wind My Kingdom for a Cook What a Woman Nearly 18 Watch on the Rhine No Escape Where Are Your Children? None Shall Escape Whispering Footsteps No Time for Love Woman of the Town Paris After Dark Yank in Libya, A Passport to Adventure You Can't Beat the Law Phantom Lady Young Mr. Pitt Phantom of the Opera Young Ideas CLASS B-Objectionable in Part Hard Way, The Noche de Recien Casadas Happy Go Lucky (Honeymoon Nights) North Hi Diddle Diddle Heart of a Nation, The 1018 Darling Clementine Heat's On, The Acquaintance Hello.

Frisco, Hello One Upon a Honeymoon Palm Beach Story Married a Witch Passage to Marseille Immortal Sergeant, The Rhythm Parade In This Our Life Riding High Keeper of the Flame Sarong Girl Klondike Kate Scream in the Dark, A Lady of Burlesque Seventh Victim. The Sin Town Lady Gangster Lady Has Plans. The Something to Shout About Lady in the Dark Stage Door Canteen. Let's Face It Sultan's Daughter, The Lucky Jordan They All Kissed the Bride Three Hearts for Julia Mad Ghoul, The Unholy Man Miracle Who of Came Morgan's to Dinner Uninvited, Partners The Creek, The Vengeance of the West Moon West Side Kid Over Miami White Moon and Sixpence Savage More Wife Takes a Flyer. The the Merrier, The Mujer Wings Over the Pacific de Nadie.

La Women in Bondage Mummy's Tomb. The Young and Willing My Heart Belongs to Daddy You're a Lucky Fellow, Son, the Hero Mr. Smith CLASS -Condemned Fighting the White Slave Outlaw. The Traffic Pace That Kills 192 Fools of Desire Passion Island Gambling With Souls Pepe le Moko Girl From Maxim's Pitfalls of Youth Hotel du Nord Private Life of Henry VIII Human Beast--Paris Film Puritan, The Indiscretions Race Suicide It's All in the Mind Reefer Madness Kiss of Fire Roi, Le (French) Lash of the Penitentes Sinful Daughters Lie of Nina Petrova, The Bondage Living Dangerously Smashing the Vice Racket Lucrezia Borgia Souls in Pawn Mad Youth Stolen Paradise Merry Wives Time in the Sun Nine Bachelors Wages of Sin No Greater Sin Whirlpool L'Orage With a Smile SEPARATELY CLASSIFIED Fight for Life, The (Documentary Film) Forgotten Village, The.

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