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Hudson Bay Is an Open To Open Doors On United States, Canadian Writer Declares At 6:15 Today
City's Eighth Movie House To Seat 400Persons 'Forgotten Sea' Ideal for Hostile Bases
BOMBING TIME BASED ON 250 MPH

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By'THE AP FEATURE SERVICE Chase H;.' . Vt.'; who went to ."North America can be attacked grim force of. Germans, 1855 'to: 1859.V;. tomorrow. Canada'can. be smashed For !t is'ih the North Elm Creek with airplanes as its only means ATLANTIC '•"• ..The' book -. contains iteins:-;.qt:£xr S^S j into helplessness at one 1 blow. The of -supply, wag reported in dis- watershed that the U. S. Soil Con. '^.--as'--follQwS:"- : 'Vl''-''bV8pmo;.;':t : .The Beach Theatre, eighth and United .States could : hardly be patches: from the northern Swedish servation Service has located the '$4.25;., stoyep.ipe,: '• i5c; newest jn Corpus Chmti, will- quickly vanquished, but her boastOCEAN 170 . border last night to be hanging largest, of.. .its ,.. demonstration . . . . '$2; wood saw, 22c; straw open- its doors to the public at ed security is- nothing but empty to . its positions about Narvik projects. The biggest contiguous 5:15 o'clock today, with "Alleg- confidence that could be exwhile British, French and Nor- i m block of:conservation-treated land washed away whole sheets of topheny Uprising," starring John ploded wiih terrifying consewegians drew their encircling lines I the'.country, 32,000 acres, has soil, the i cotton ' yield ;declined. Wayne and ; Claire Trevor, the quences, and this may happen with 167 farms: Then, in 1933, a conservation proj- _ SIGHT "RECOVERED; tighter. . been formed out opening attraction. the next rising of the sun." STYLES AMAZE V German warplanes patrol the ect was started in the.Elm Creek j Wit. ha seating capacity of 400, This Jeremiad is preached by rugged mountainsides all but a district, where 75 per cent of the ' .' RANKAKEE,; vllh ^, the new theatre is designed to fill H. Dydson Carter, a Winnipeg confew hours of the day bombing and years : of total' blindness lailcd; to-: land was in cotton. the need of an adequate motion sulting engineer and author, in strafing Allied patrols and gun ; .Now, the soil conservation re- make Mrs. Schuyler D. Bursph'-of picture house in the North Beach 'Sea of Destiny," just published positions and attacking Allied this city forget fashforis and styles. : ports: .. • ' • ' " ; . . . . ' . • - . . - • • amusement center. The Beach is (by Greenberg). ships. . Her first words upon walking . located on Water Street, at its L.The acreage devoted to cotton .The .planes have succeeded in The sea he speaks, of is Hudson a city after ..an. Elm Street intersection, almost Bay, which he calls America's has been reduced to 38 per : cent down restoredstreetsight y/ere,pper^-. alighting o n . o n e glacier-'ike ation her "My directly in front of the N o r t h back door, wide open and inviting of.'the : cultivated land. ; ; , mountain top near Narvik, accordgoodness,.but skirts are short this Reach Bath House. 2. Eroded land has bee'n° placed year." ing to one report, and in landing ! any enemy. . - .:.'... :'-.".' ..-.'-. , : .;.. v ' Latest Equipment under a protective grass cover. parachute . troop reinforcements Carter's book is upon A wide range sound system and sonal observation based study,pernortheast of the port for an at3. There has been an increase of and but the latest projection equipment he says experts have agreed on 15 per cent in livestock—cattle and tack on the Allies' rear. have been-installed at the theatre. many of his conclusions. The Allied attack is now being sheep—because now there is feed and forage. • . A washed-air cooling system will Defended by a Pistol furthered by the . increasing ef:. : 4. Almost 6,000 eroded, acres, add to the comfort of patrons atfectiveness of two groups. '.'Hudson Bay," he says, "is the formerly in clean-tilled crops or French Alpine chasseurs, worktending the theatre. sea and the coast our admirals jying idle, have been " converted ing against terrific handicaps, are The building itself is of Mex- forgot on paper. Hudson Bay is worming their way into advantato pasture. .. ,":-;:. ' ;•. . . ."/'•'•'-''.-'. ican style architecture, with hol- the perfect attack base from which 5. Over 3,000. acres Of •permanent geous .'positions up steep mountainlow tile and plaster construction. raiders can ,• paralyze the nerve grass rnea'dowj or .meadow buffer sides, hauling their guns after Front of the building is decorated centers of all Eastern and Midstrips protect 4,000 actes of cultithem and . trying to take cover with gaily-colored Mexican tile. Continental America. vated 'land. , v : . ; ; . - ; - . . •''.'.'. '.••} when the German planes r:ome Its walls and ceilings are of Celo"East, West and South, we are over. Their job is to gain points They Follow 'Round' Farming i tex construciion. The theatre has secure, provided our one-ocean . - . '. . and '•:'..- And, most. important, . '.'.round" from which they can shell out only one floor. navy is not divided by a double farming has displaced "square" the German machine-gun nests. Ample parking space for the attack. But the northern sea, wiih Modern bombers based on iludson Bay could range over this farming, in which furrows ""correNorwegian mountain volunteers, heaviest attendance possible at the a coastline ibat is as long as Atarea. Author If. D. Carter says the waters are open the year spond to boundary lines-no matter all expert on skiis, move in the theatre will be offered by parking lantic or Pacific shores, is dearound. Hudson Bay is the world's second largest, sea (larghow the land sloped. Today, on manner of Finnish skit units to fended by nn ice-breaker and a est: Mediterranean). It lies no farther north than the British lois which ndjoin it. break up German patrols and 32,000 acres, the rows wind around Isles or Scandinavia. The Beach will offer the best policeman's revolver." the slope on the contour or level, j harry their outposts. Carter says hostile craft, loaded second run films available at pop- .regardless of boundary lines. Be- : In this Arctic war scene, amidst lilar prices. - I t s attraction for! with . knocked-riown airplanes, is it possible for Hitler's undersea planes and not a single shore battween the intervals of; open-row ; recurring, snow storms, the Gertery." Sunday and Monday, will be ! could enter Hudson strait "with fleet to repeat that history now'.' mans' chances of holding on are crops -lie strips of fibrous-rooted no opposition whatever"; close th'e "Two elementary truths are suf- Carter's Conclusions ''Rancho Grande," with Gene plants such as small grain, sorWe are proud of our As to steps that should be taken diminishing, experienced observers Autry and Smiley Burnctte. On strait and establish bases for as- ficient: The ocean s of the world ghums, or sudan grass. Thus, runare very large: international fas- to lessen, the menace of America's say. the north of the snow-covpart.as Ejectricai ConTuesday and Wednesday of next sembly of the planes. off water from, the clean-tilled At what home base would_ the cism has powerful friends in the fourth coastline, Carter suggests: . To week the theatre will offer rows is filtered of any soil It rhsy ered mountain, penetrated by tuntractor on the beauti1. Seal Hudson strait with mines .''Northwest Passage," with Spen- enemy o u t f i t such sn expedition most unexpected places." be carrying. nels through which Swedish ore during the winter months. in time of, war? By what route ful new cer Tracy and Robert Young. Carter's book was written before The pastures are ; contour-fur2. Erect coastal fortifications at trains once rolled down hill to Richard Dix and Chester Morris would the ships reach Hudson Germany invaded Denmark and two or three strategic points fac- Narvik port, the Germans are said An airview .of Texas Black- rowed and contour-ridged to hold strait, evading the Allied patrol Norway. It is made more thoughtin "The Marines Fly .High" will to be well .encircled. lands under the Soil Conserva- back the water. While boundary the be the feature attraction next in "Such ocean approaches? Car- provoking by the fact that Green- ing the entrance channels. suitably South of the railway, the Alpin- tion Service's plan. White line markings are retained, the furrows 3. Assign squadron of questions," contends land, a Danish colony, is within armed shipsa to permanent patrol ists and Norwegians are still en- is one of the curve cultivation and strips move from field to field Thursday. ter, "are those of a naive naval easy striking distance of North Program Changes and anti-submarine duty in the deavoring to link gaps in their lines. It has been emphasized to as required by good conservation one unacquainted Changes of program wsil be of- college cadet, of of the World War America. lines. show at a glance how the lines practice. approaches to Hudson strait. with the history President Roo?cvelt, C a r t e r fered at Tiie Betich even' Sunday, and with subsequent world politThe Soil Conservation Service Patrols, usually small, engage continue for miles, across many 4. Establish extensive air psTuesday, Thursday and Friday. ical developments. points out, promised to defend tro'.s throughout the coastal and ! in frequently savage encounters, at Fort Worth reports that farmfarms. Canada with all of the resources inland regions. ers outside the Elm Creek area, Prices at t h e . n e w theatre \viil Submarines Can Go There having seen the success of tne be JO cents for children, a I all 5, Set up a chain of air bases "How was the German navy at his command, should the Doproject, are now petitioning for the times; 20 cents for adults at Satur- able to maintain secret submarine minion ever be threatened. south of the uninhabited 'northformation of a district covering day matinees and 25 cents st refueling and restocking bases in "But the truth is that the United land and fringing the settled re750.000 acres. It says that, with night a n d . nn Sundays and holi- every ocean during the entire four States could no more rush to the gions of Canada, where large modifications, the pattern estabdays. Matinees will be held on of the first struggle, nnd defense of Canada than to the fleets of the fastest attack ?hips lished at Elm Creek is applicable Saturdays and Sundays only, the j ] on& ; ,fi cl - German warships had defense of her own Pacific const. can be held in readiness for alarm 317 Schatzel Phone 2-2544 to the whole cotton South. theatre's doors opening nt 6:15jj, P t . n scoured from tho seas? Hnw i if that coast had no fleet, no I from the northern patrols. o'clock' on other day? of the wee!;. s . _ , Opening of Tile Reach increases i I Canning Industry ihe number of theatre? oporr WASHINGTON — Capital bar- what the Chief does.' That's the in Corpus Christ! by Cor reason you can take that Roosebershop: i Renews Attack Christ! Theaties, Inc.. to eight. ; l. . . _, ^ Barber: Good afternoon. Sena- velt-Farley split with a couple of Other* pinches of salt. Why, if FDR tor. Looks like spring's here. On Wage-Hour Law nre the Senator: May be. Leave it long. keeps his hand .on the helm as j ON THE NEW MODERN Tower, Grande. Melba and Alines. ] i WASHINGTON. May 10. i'ff>— Got to go back home and make firmly as it is there now, Jim } F. J, Mavity will be hnusc mana speech next week. Don't want would be walking the political i The canning industry renewed its ager at the new theatre. Leon the folks to think I'm trying to plank with his eyes open if he r attack yesterday on a wage-hour be another political glamour b^oy. broke with the Chief. Don't Felder will be the projectionist administration rule granting exserve ; Representative ( f r o m n e x t think he doesn't know that, too. isnd Hn?.elfi!in Turner Action of Nation Has All Been To Ward as cashier. Rep.: But where would Farley emption for agricultural processing chair): Heh, heh. Howya, Senator. Off Attack by Any Enemy, Deuel Says, only to canning plants operating What you got against glamour fit in"with Hull? Sen.: Maybe he wouldn't but I and San Antonio Man And Stalin Will Not Be Caught Unprepared in, small towns ,. . drawing Der- . ^v.n.. Not a thine, not a thing, think that's Jim's favorite fit ... . ,, ishable commodities from farms | Bul one j n thc limelight in each thc combination he'd like best. In To Seek To Oust iiy NOKMAN DKUEL w i t h i n a 10-mile radius. I party is enough. that Boston speech thc other day, WASHINGTON, May }0 UJ.Rt—Russian Dictator Josef Stalin is A wage-hour hearing called to I Barber: You mean McNutt and didn't Jim get him a foreign polBexar Delegation 1415 Mussett Phone 6359 s l r r a m l i n i n R the Red Army and Soviet defense for any eventuality reconsider regulations defining an Dewey? icy and a good strong one . . . but on the basis c?l" lessons learned from the European and Russo-Finnish exempted area of production: Sen.: Know anyone else who did it clash with Hull's It did SAN' AN'TONMO, May 10. '--I'— not. And by the by, the wind is j heard witnesses assert that the could wear that shoe? The Democratic convention ;it wars nnd with an eye to the future. This does not mean that Stalin wants war. War for t h e Soviet 10-mile limitation was too narrow blowing Hullward again. Haven't; Barber: Well, 1 guess'... . Waco Mny 28 w i l l bo atkcd to bar Rep.: Say, what a race for the you noticed it? the door" to the Bexar County Union would jeopardize what it has been : trying to build up for ( 20 to provide most canning operations Rep: Yeah, I have. But how ars. Bui to be unprepared for j ' ~~ wit han area of production exempt ladies that would be—McNutt vs. delegation upon the recommendation of Fred Rueko.r. S;m Antonio it would invite disaster. | lhis s t jll- c laimed Russian territory from minimum wages and ovar- i Dewey. Any chance of such a about Dewey and Taft and Marything happening, Senator? How land? manlier of the state Democratic The pattern of the Soviet plan j by lorce. Except strategically it time pay. Office Phone 2-2991 Res. Phone 2-2333 Herbert E. Gray, Sr.n Jose, about a little round-up on the way Sen.: Well, the Maryland dodge executive committee and .cnndi- is gradually becoming clear. i is not worth much. Calif., testifying for the Canners you see things now. What hap- could have hurt Taft, but I don't d;itt,. for the U. S. Sennlc. Ruckor Continued stress on mechanizaThe Russian military guarantee .said yesterday he would file the to Outer Mongolia warned off tion of agriculture, wnich depends League of California, said there pened to that so-called Roosevelt- think it did. People take too lit'protest personally. much on Juel from the Baku oil were canneries in the state which Farley split? How about Taft the interest in primaries, or The committee member said he Japan. The minor war of Chant;- lialds, indicates that adequate drew their tonnage as much as 450 dodging Dewey in Maryland? Dewey's men didn't get their pubk u f c n g and the Mongolian-Mnnlicity or something, I would contend that party preceenforced plans for their defense have been miles from southern Oregon ".nd How about . . . One thing at a dunno. rolling Dewey, he's riding Sen.: Whoa! dent was not fallowed in the so- chukoan n ibordor fighting strength. jmido. Bombing ol these wells hence were non-exempt under the As for 1 the w a r n g by tests of lection of the Bexar County dek - These incidonis served tn clear the would a f f e c t not only Iho oil but area of production exemption rule. time, Congressman. There's al- high. That's plain. But the whole Ration ;md thiit force was resorted ways a chance o£ anything hap- history of primaries since the law tlie bread supply. pening in politics. You know that was passed is t h a t horses that run lo in the proceedings at the mu- KaFl for the coming crisis in the Registered Architect The Allied fleet in the Mediter- Complicated Gadget nicipal auditorium Tuesday night. West. McNutt's still in thc running. I f f ahead in, the primaries generally ranean and the position of Turkey When KuropiMn tension reached Huckcr snid it had always been he.comes out of that Indiana busi- , get winded before the home the practice of the Democratic the broiikiiiK point, ideological must be canslantly watched. pos- Takes Care of ness with his boots shined and no stretch. Those practical politiReports from Belgrade of Party lh.it the county chairman considoralion.s wore thrown over- sible Soviet-All led co-operation to j Returned Books mud on his britches, he'll be some- cians again say the best RepubliFOR THE n.'ime the Credent in IK Committee board for a non-aggrc.ssion paci keep Yugoslavia uninvolvcd may body to figure with. The boys who can vote-getter would be a Vanfor the convention and that when with Germany. That, whatever | CAMBRIDGE, M a s s . (U.P.J— are really practical about this denberg-Dewey ticket and even County Chairman W i l l A. Mor- else it did, avoided immediate not be without foundation. War When Harvard University's \Vide- thing, think a McNutt-Farley politicians who aren't practical in the Balkans would be dangerrlss, Jr., attempted to follow 'his Soviet participation in the war. ner Library is closed, -students ticket would be thc biggest vote- will admit that would be a hard practice at the Bcxar County con- Occupation of part of Poland like- ous for Russia. getter the Democrats Stalin can - a f f o r d to. take no make use of a "Rube Goldberg in- -in Hie field—that is, if, could put one to beat. hasn't Vandenberg vention he was stopped by force. wise can be regarded as a protecof course, Rep..' But vention" to return their books. risks or error in the game.the Sotive measure. been hurt by ... . . . The complicated gadget is de- FDR steps down. v i e t Union must play along with' STH1KK EN«S Re)).: But would Farley take , . . Sen.: Hurt, yes. But great guns, Stalin wants to ward off at- other nations, and previous er- scribed by students in the "GoldLONDON. May 10. (/I1)—-A strike Sen.: Not only would, but will. man, the convention's still weeks tack by any enemy. It is Com- rors must bo corrected to make berg" manner: "Student slides 421 Medical-Professional Bldg. of 500 trolley and bus condtictors I'll and weeks oft". The only thing (B) down I don't care what Jim and drivers, which began Wednes- munist teaching that all the capi- the Red Army thc hard-hitting book (A) through slot(D). When .bet a hat that's not in says, ring you can be sure about now is that the slide (C), to tray day in n dispute' over new sum- talist world is the enemy of the. machine . it is designed to .be. he's playing for second place. Roosevelt is in the saddle. Never mer .schedules, ended last night. Soviet. In the course of his deal It is extremely difficult to enough books are on the tray a with Germany and by power poli- streamline an army under the So- photoelectric beam (E) is inter- .Why, way back 1 there months ago, heard of anybody ever'having his tics he gained Baltic bases against viet system. Mistakes can be cor- 1 cepted, causing jack (F) which; • when he made : a junket to the party so completely in control attack by any single power or reeled when they become appar- supports tray to sink to floor; west coast and talked to old po- this far ahead of convention-time. Dropping of the tray sets off alarm litical cronies along the line, they he wants at Congratulations combination. ent. ' -• . . ; clock (CO, which rings and calls : told him. I know that. And he's Anything he can have. that convention, But I'll He went to war wiih Finland One of these which showed tip watchman (H), who comes and too smart not to know they know let you in on a little something: to the new lo •supplement this- on the oppo- in the Finnish, war was the ineffi-' collects Hie books." what they're talking about. What ' He's NOT going to run again. (To site side of the Gulf of Finland ciency of the system under which: Jim's counting .on is staying in the Barber) Ye gods, man, what by gaining u base at Hango, strat- political commissars had equal and •politics and in 'front line'of the you putting on my hair? You egic Islands, and the strongly strat- in practice superior authority with Investigation of Democratic party . . . n o matter trying to ruin my career.'" egic Karelian Isthmus near to military commanders. . FROM KGKO, FORT WORTH ' : Din-orating: Leningrad. Palnthiff It was a relic-of the revolulion, Slaying at DalKart It would be reasonable to sup- used then to make sure of the by pose that if Rumania becomes loyalty of former C/arisl officers Goes to Grand Jury involved in Ihe war, Stalin might nnd men an rito direct them and DALHART, May 10. (.'Vj—The Louis T. Dudley occupy Bessarabia to protect Odes- Red recruits along the desired pogrand jury today will investigate so nnd the Crimea. Soviet, lead- litical path. Dial 2-2217 the knife slaying of a tall farm ers have stated, however, that hand, known as Slim, in a cale they will not attempt to regain OBJECTORS FAUiU here Wednesday night. LANCS, Eng. (U.P—Since the Papers on t.he man's person bore war began 4,000 conscientious ob- the name of Richard H. Jones, jectors have avoided military ser- Jr., 26. vice on condition (hey lake up agTwo men are held in the slaying. ricultural or A.H.P. work. But no •Efforts to locate relatives of one seems to know whether the the slain man in Peoria, 111.. Wichinstructions have ever been car- ita Falls and Arp, Texas, were beTO vied out. ing made by officers.

Allied Lines, However, Are .Drawing Tighter

By THE AP FEATURE SERVICE TEMPLE,':. Texas—Wind,, sun, rain : "arid the things of the.'earth are mingling in a huge "test tube" near here, working out an experiment that holds important irnpii-

Four _ farmers with" 5i,GOp'': acres 'are: cooperating'' in the'' experiment the results .are'suff.icient't6 ; jriake the. !SoiI Conservation' Service. point' with pride. .,:-/;:;.'.:", Plow.ed Up the '• Grass •_'; '-.j'-:-'~-:'.^' : .' 'Beginning in 1836," when" Texas became a republic, thousands . of farmers flocked to the 9,000,000,acre. Texas .Blacklands- to raise cotton. They rooted. but the riative grasses and plowed V1 t h e t . '

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The Milkman
'There just ain't "no justicc^-to coin a plu'hsc. We drank our quarl of Grisham's Grade A e v e r y d a y , just like we-told you to do. t We slept with the windows open, but were as careful as could be to avoid drafts. We wore our rubbers on rainy days. We stayed out of crowds. But what happens? Well, just as we're getting all fixed to : usher 1040 out in f i t t i n g style and give 1941-a rousing welcome, Old Man Flu sneaks up from behind and slugs your unsuspecting Milkman.

Matures Orchestra
Wife; of Dead /Man Wears Party Dress to Service

•;!r,S—Al' No\ys Fla'sJics • I •(!!>—Kidc Siroin V i R i i o l t c s — J i b e ^ • i r > — - V f i o r n o i ' i i Melodies—stiullo 4 : ;jH ^oii'^s ur Yijnr t J o i i r t — s l u i U o COLUMBUS..Ohio, Jan.'3. 0 4" : iS—\V«iync Van l>>'ne—"'.'C The orchestra swung into "Happy S : I IH—Kini: A r l h i i r , Jr.—iiljo Dr.ys Are -Here Again" nnd the r,-]-.—irouc \Viok.•!•—n!ic S:;io Tlii> f t o r y "f '-uJ -Hni'loii—nbo funeral of Dodo Fisk, master

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NOW THRU TOMORROW

IT WAS HIS LIFE OR HIS BROTHER'S ... in the darkest days of the nation!

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showman, sot underway. • Me:i and Avomcn enrolled in the! 1C old Dode was peeping from ''Buying Habits" course which | behind the Veil }\c must have Harvey Stover.*, national sales chuckled in satisfaction. His ias engineer, presents Monday. Tues:-|-iO—Til,' ..\lrjlfivt [\f:J«'|-ls performance was staged by the ?:i;i—Ti-:iiisi-l-ili.--il M.'lodU-s—sliiilio day and Wednesday at Civic Cen- j boss' of the 25-car circus once "S::!."i—Yoiu- l i u p p y 1 ' i n l u l i i y — n V j u ter under sponsorship of the Up- j ;i;(-iO—N'tiu-scasl—stiwtlo k n o w n ' a s Fisk's Great Combined town Optimist-C : !ub will be lucky j •;i:If>—1'opninr Mc'.ottio-'—stmlio Shows. or unlucky, as the case may be, | :)::iii->-.)lniitiio Jmues i)r<:li.~nlic: He 'died Tuesday at the age o if Stowers selects them for a~"siz.-j ! lii ; .T(i—l nltn:iio<l Hoi-izons—ubu 81. " . ' . : . ' . . ing up" of buying habits. i 11 iiio_W;ir News —»!iu The services began sharply »' rl 11 : (r;—.Mitflx-15 Ayrop—nl>c Stowers hss "sized up him- j 2:15 p. m. (as Dode's Shows al11:31.1—Hohliy Hyrncs—itl>tnreds of persons, selected from j ways., did). The Rev. William the thousands \vho have enrolled j (Doc) WaddeYl of .Springfield in his sales training course. He I Ohio, au ex-showman, admonish What, we ask you. have gives a candid analysis of the j Weekly Meat Ration cd nearly 300 attending the funera buying habit? of individuals from j we done to deserve/ alH his? to heed the red ami white placard ; a personal inteiview ar.d study o f ; Price Is Reduced hanging above the coffin with its Whv have we been .visited j ieaturec and profile. i lone sunflower. It read: In Great B r i t a i n I Th.rec yeai's ago the sales engi- j '•No crying or whispering. with the fevered brow, the | r.ces "sized up'' every movie star j Laugh! Talk! Walk around and aching limbs and the turLONDON, Jan. 3. (.Tt—The 1 or. the RKO lot in Hollywood, i gid taste? Won't somebody ministry yesterday ordered reduc- have a good tiiiic." Calif. An.iong the group were! The show foli^snd friends tried tion in the weekly meat ration efplease, oh, please take that : such stars as Ginger Kogers, Fred fective January G from the equiva- bvavcly to obliRe^Liode, but there bowl of soup and those '. Ast.-iire, Gene Raymond, Preston ; were a few tears. xJrs. Fisk follent of 4-1 cents to 36 cents in U. S. lowed his request IhaSehe wear a ; Foster. Ann Sothern. Clark Guble, | poached eggs away? And money. sllhough it^jyvas very bring us instead t h a t treat . Cnrole Lombard, Spencer Tracy \ From that date pork and some • l' nrl >' i Ann Shiricy ;he late Robert \Vooi-j other meats wiU be included in the t o the r a s p i n g throat, • sey. Barbsrn Sian\v^~ck, Rosalind! rationed list, which will ailed i-up- . .! l n > l . : Russpli, Carv Grant. Wai-ace-: G r i s It a m ' s Vanilla- Ice plies issued by canteens, caterers | ' .Beery. Fred Stone, Biliie Burke; Cream. What a heck of a niul residential establishments. ; and oihe.rs. i The miuistry warned that vt-nr 1?M1 turned out to be! \Vill Select Volunteers ' nitrht not be availI During i!-e- "Buysiig Habits" ; ••ales training: course next Mon- ] Manufactured meat products are \ nay. Tuesday and Wednesday! not affected. . n i g h t s ai Civic Center Stowers; ; \viil select from volunteers sev~: STEEPLEJACK, 65 ; eral person? to "size up." as he'. SALISBURY, ?.Id. (U.RV—llarry'j i calls his analysis. Hagcn. 65-ycnr-oM steeplejack, i SIZING UP ANN-—Harvey Stowers, national saies en; Stov/ers "sizes up" a person like holds hopes of (.•elebrr.tiiig his | gineer, tells people hov.' tc become better salespeople and ] this: "Buying Habits o i ' A n n S o i h - j 80th birthday by.working iilop a j SOUTHERN NATIONAL L I F E INSURANCE CO. I em. RKO siar. 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Japanese Swarming Onto Singapore Island
Former French Chinese Leader Confers With Registrants To Liner Capsizes Indian Viceroy at New Delhi Answer 11Simplel At Hudson Pier Queries Monday^
Talks May Result in New Allied Strategy For Defense of India Firemen Extinguish Another Blaze on Lafayette Get Test Tonight
PALESTINE, Te;. Feb. 10. (U.R) — Anderson County t o n i g h t tests its "jungle grapevine" air raid warning system. -Sometime between 7 and .12 p. m. farmers will beat on rusty plowshares, worn-out brake drums, and old bells— in essence, the "jungle grapevine"—and the lights of the county will -o oil for 30 minutes. The "jungle grapevine" was arranged by Arnold Broughton. who appointed dozens of farmer-wardens to spread the word throughout the county, which boasts few telephones. The e x a c t h o u r of the blackout is a secret City . .sidents here will turn off their lights when an old fireball and a '"wildcat" r a i l r o a d whistle are sounded. From these s i g n a l s the farmer-wardens closest to the city will take their cues and beat on their improvised alarms. In lesa than five minutes, Brougbton believes, the cacophony will bring about complete darkness throughout the area.

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Men Registered in NEW DELHI, India, Feb. 10. (U.PJ—Gen. Chiang Kai-Shek of Reinforcements China and the Marquess of Linlithgow, Viceroy of India, representing Previous R-Days Sent to Several one-third of the people of the world, conferred today on United Nations' strategy with special reference to India and Burma. Need Not Bother Areas (The London News Chronicle heard the Tokyo radio broadcast London Soys Nipponese May Already Have a report that strong had been massed Southern NEW YORK. Feb. 10 (UP) China, presumably forChinese forces the Japanese, rear in Thailand i }leu who register next j BOSTOX, Feb. 10 (£>)—The, Infiltrated into Singapore City Itself; an attack on in The $tiO,000,000 liner Novi Monday at the USO Club j arrival at Wellington, Xew'. French Indo-China.) niaudie. which was to have With Chiang were his brilliant at times almost without arms and Builclins, Shoreline Botile| Zealand, of the vanguard of a ; Radio Station Blanked Out Suddenly sailed proudly again as the wife, the former Sooag May Ling, never on equal terms, for more ! vard and LagUiia Street, for United State? naval force was I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS graduate, USS Lafayette. lay on her Weiiesleywho are to and 15 staff thnn four and one-half years, and j possible military service reported today to the Chris- i Overwhelming masses of Japanese troops swarmed officers confer with have now arrived on the Burma , r nrp 11 side in the Hudson River to- the chiefs of the British. India and front to aid the British, intends 1 ansA\ei » 0 t _P1'o r e *i13T1 — ,, titan Science Monitor by its ; onto Singapore Island today, forcing British imperial dem tnaa ii other commands on Allied strat- to tour India during his stay and j Simple questions, according day while investigation went correspondent, - J o s e p h G. j fenders to execute a new withdrawal in what appeared to be forward to fix blame for the egy and tactics oxer the entire talk to Mohandas Ganghi, Jawa- j to registration blanks now in Harsch, who described also! the dying hours of the struggle for Britain's last great Southwest Pacific area. Indian Draft Board No. 3 office. blaze that laid her low. the landing of American re- 1 stronghold in the Far Pacific. The importance of the talks was harlal Nehru and other well nationalist leaders, as increased by the fact that Sir with chiefs of the government. as inforcements at "way staThe fire—liy all accounts But the procedure will not Informed quarters in London said it was possible th« Archibald Clarke Kerr, who is on tions along the route" from i Japanese had infiltrated into Singapore City Itself and atfrom a worker's acetylene his way to Moscow to serve as It was intimated authoritatively be so easy for registrars. Pearl Harbor. ! torch—raged for four hours British ambassador to Russia after that Chiang's talks were expected ; [tacked the radio station F. B. Orr. chairman of yesterday aboard the 83,000-ton having served with signal success to result in new Allied strategy Draft Board No. 3, will be In a copyrighted s t o r y. j Nbrmandie, which had been un- as ambassador to China, accom- ?r the defense of India. of Harscli told of his landing at j Chiang arrived in India several in charge or registration of men dergoing conversion from i d is panied Chiang. born on after February 17. j blanked out this morning. . Wellington from a destroyer, • luxury to war service. Thousands The Chinese leader, whose brave days ago but his presence was 3897, and on or before .December j described as the first unit of Adof ion» of water were poured into troops have fought the Japanese.! kept secret at his own request.| Dispatches from the be31, 1921. Men who registered on j miral' Herbert F; Leary's Amerthe vessel and that, in extinguishleaguered city said that the previous R-Dnys do not register | icsri forces.. He said the landfall j ing the fire, left her so topheavy Monday. Registrars will be school t t ClV-U^'Jl din of battle intensified after | was reached even before the i on the incoming tide that. 12 hours teachers arid volunteers dawn and that a. great black pall j public announcement of Admiral j after that, blaze started, she rolled names are already in the hands of smoke hung over the scene"of Leary's appointment to command] tjontiy away from the dork until I m p as' j I. M. Singer, who is handling as j rnnn<; i ^S^^S- Japanese planes - flew \ all Allied f o r c e s in the Anzac i her port side rested on the silly w^,3 Io,_v over Singapore's outskirts, I signment of registrars for the day. i area. ' j bottom. I Schools will be dismissed Monday! S i h a i v ' 8r'cl residents heard the whine o£ Tiie Monitor's correspondent! Immediately fire .blazed again so that teachers may serve. j , , /-\ j i ! machine-gun bullets. said he traveled part of the way | 'from-, the seared interior of her Heavy Udds ] , ArtiUery: rumbled heavily from I Simple Questions . j from Pearl Harbor with the j xuper-.-arucUm?,. but- it was exI the west, : while the pre-dawn | Questions men will be asked are forces that attacked the Japanese tinguished in -iO minutes ;ind the skies were j as follows:' •m a n d a t e Gilbert and Marshall] WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (U.R)—j bu in o[1 red with the glow of. tanlis weary hundreds of nav;il and muEnvoy's New Post Answers Charge j 1 Full name of the registrant, Islands. Then he changed, to an-! Th e War Department announced i ™ |. nicipal fire-fighter?, w h o h a d Inspect New ., . „ . • f An. Exchange Telegraph disi including middle name, if any. other unit by breeches buoy in |» j today that a small Array trans- j p atch frtim Singapore today said That institution Corresponds to battled to save her since yester" ' j port has been torpedoed and sunk | the British had begun to apply a i 2. Place of residence. Centre Showhouse, mid-Pacific. day ju'kTiioon. left her to the :; '3. Mailing address, if other than That of Nelson Is Run for Profit ^Thereafter, he said, he "spent j by a Japanese submarine in Ha- j scorched earth .program with "the engineers v--hu must sylve the residence: Opening Today many days among the tropic! up of all .oil tanks and '-<™.;i:!(>n!;ii .problem of r i g h t i n g 4. Telephone number: LONDON. Feb. iO, i.-Pi—Lord i The Fred Roberts ?>lemoriai islands where ship.? well-known to ] waiian waters with the loss of 20 the firing of all rubber, pineapple' Beaverbrook, Britain's newly-ap-1 Hospital is a public institution, 5. Age in .years and date of Theatre operator.- from all parts the luxury trade poured American ' lives. and other factories in the north1 The bic ship was formerly the pointed minister of production.! owned by a board of trustees and birth: of Texas. Oklahoma and Arkansas reinforcements into way stations' The loss of the small transport west area of the island. iVormaridie. pride of the French will represent Britain in various! leased .since 1928 to retire its in6. Place of birth: i and representative's ot" the na- along the 4,000-mile route from i was announced in an Army com- _ Tokyo's dispatches broadcast by merchant marine and the Uirnust pooling . arrangements with the j debledness. David T. Peel. sec7. Name and address of a perHawaii to New Zealand. A f t e r , 1 tioa's leading in o t i o n picture describing the waving of hats a n d ! munique. The ship v.'as the Royal the Italian radio said Japanese and faMest p:\"scnCf.?i' s h i p a f l o a t , United States, an official spokes- | retary-trcasurer of the board stat- son who would always be informassault forces had driven within j ed today. N u w the USS Lafayette, t h c man announced today. j producers were in Corpus Christ! flags a* the destroyer came into i „ „,. , 1T ranK ed of the registrant's address: five miles of the downtown heart •.'Brio's larfiot r.av;il a u x i l i a r y , The new post, lo which Lord j The hospital has always done 8. Employer's name and ad- j today' for the opening ci the new Wellington harbor at 23 knots,! In the same communique, Gen.! of Singapore City. nhi 1 v.'as a .NIC! t-'iK'iM at dawn re- r \-M-brook w;,y shifted from i charity work through the years dros.-: \ i Centre Theatre and beginning of Harsch added; n| Douglas MacArthur's Philippine' British headquarters acknowlM.-.iU'd hvv « ciippleti hulk. One the Ministry of Supply, he said. i«"> l the trustees f?lt it was not i 9. Place of-employment or b U i color of " l t h c a n n u a l convention of K&R- i act"BeV:.ind the drama lay this little ij troops were reported engaged in f _ *=" &\,,-r, ?;• nlj f'^rV- 1 H* third fiC her .-••..'piT-itniL-lure and corresponds to that held by Don-, properly subject to taxation, he | j n ,> s . ; _ in a great a symbol , I a. nu i-VV r, Monday; that i\ghihriduf v.-rre under water and hrr alci M. N'elson, head of the United '• asserted. . j Those questions arc on the face Unitcd, Inc., theatre circuit. of an important American victory. !< sav.igc operaaOMs against the Jjp-| ing ranged only 10 miles away States V.'ar Profkic'iion Board, a n d ': Peels statements were in re-I of f ) 1c p . lle green registration three Lu-int, • t;ici\;-, (iiHi her iv:a>ts Heading the delegation of show The battle of the supply line from ancse. Surrender Demanded a few ("eel iibnvc the water on the in it he will exercise general su- sponse to assertions of Dr. Clyde j carfls pec-pie were" Harolcl R. Rnbb, America's factories to the Far j Our troop.-, the communique A Berlin broadcast said the pervisioa over supply departments '.O. Watson, police c 1 fire comi'-i'-chnkcd pier. On the bad-: arc two additional president, and Ed Rowley, vice- Pacific battlefront. has been won. | and s h i f s b u i l d i r . c a n d " "concert' missioner, made at a meeting of Cjiiestions which registrars must j Japan has suffered its first seri- ; said, shot down seven more Jap- Japanese commander, Lt.-Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita, sent a No Sabotage. Admiral Says and co-ordinate all their actions." i the City Council last night. depend on registrants to answer. president of fi&R-Uniled, I n e , ous reverse. An American a d - i anese planes during the past 24 message this morning to the BritAH labor questions, it was a r i d - i Dr. Watson declared the hos- They nre approximate height and both of Dallas. Bruce L. C<-'>H'.ns, !i;u-;U commands the terminus of'. Thvie was sdiVie s;o-id news to hours, bringing the total confirm- ish epmmander-in-chief, Lt.-Gen. a l l a y the disaster of the accidental ed, will be settled between the • P>uii should be subject to taxa- wcipht of registrant. vice-president of Corpus Christ! the supply route. The Way stations ; ed a.s destroyed in the Philippines A. E, Pcrcival, demanding the ; newly-i 'ion because it was being operated KcRistrar Start-; Work have been secured, Bluejackets: since the.outset of the war to lfc'3. surrender of Singapore. lire \vh:i'h raged in her decks tor minister of labor and Theatres, Inc.. is host to the visit, £<"'r profit. Tie specifically cieare here. And the way is open • The torpedoing of the 224-ton four hours uncontrolled yesterday created minister of production. Bloody fighting still continued, To the question whether Beav- ' d a r e d the hospital xvas not cio- . A f t e r ' t h o s e details ore attended ing theatre ir.en. for reinforcements afternoon and resulted f i n a l l y in erbrook would spend more of his ' mg any charity work. Or. Watson to, the registrar then must deterThe convention opened yt 10 weapons of war." and the vital ij transport frank occurred January however, with the hard-pressed her turning uver on her side. One mine whether the registrant is o'clock this iTormiis: with inspec28 in the "Hawaiian area.'1 The Australian, British and Indian is a practicing physician. in Britain now, of her former French officers told t i m e no such assurancehe replied white, negro, Oriental, Indian or tion of t!-e new Centre Theatre, communique said that 33 surviv- Imperials exacting a terrific toll that could be Charit> Work Exemption the United Pros t h a i undoubtedly given. Filipino; whether the registrant's which w;-.s lo open its dcors to ors reached an undisclosed port. on the invaders. she could be rijilneri an;i repairer! Domet, official Japanese news pray, the genera! public a l o'cl">rk Under state law. a hospital or- eyes are The ship w:;s used as a small in"From the very nature of his gcmb.eii for benevolent purposes or black, blue, spaces hazel, brown Ij Frank 'Morgan in "Thei ' Vanishing --;uul w i t h a speed t h a t would agency, iaid in front-line dis(two are included 1 ter-island freighter. duties, ' he added, "he will have and operating for the care of jh.ir- for- colors of eyes u n n a m e d ) : ' Virginian" is t'.-e opening at'.rac:-tirpnso the l a y m a n . The communique said that Mac- patches that Japanese .engineers to go to and fro ami the minister The newspaper I'M rf-ealed in of supply can take his place dur- ity patients as well as for those whetlv.T the registrant's h a i r is lion at Hie ne\v movie house, cleA r t h u r in a message to the depart- had repaired the ,'5,000-t'oot'johore l a b l e , to pay, is exempt from .tax- !)!onr e. red, brown, black, gray or j scribed as one of the most mod' a copyrighted story tfday that it ing his absence." ment emphasised the "grim de- Strait cuusewny, which the Britthe ir\an is bald, (one spare is i n - l o r n in. the Southwest, ii.'.d investigated p r <; c ;-. u V i o ;i s \Vhon Prime Minister Churchill ation. termination oi" his American-Fili- ish had breached, and that Japanese troops. and supplies were Of the five hospitals operating ch'ded fa,- color-nf h n i r i i n n a r n - : ' A boot rieie was on schedule for :i.U;:in.st sabotage on the Now V u i k .-.elected Lord Beaverbrook fur the 10. i«'i_-j pino troops." ('neks six weeks ago and had dis- bfuatl duties of the 1 new ministry, i w i t h i n the city limits of Corpus eci); and whether the registrant's !• C:3() o'clock tli's afternoon. At 7 In SALINAS. Calif., Feb. on J a p a - > It said t h a t five veteran Jap- pouring over the span. simultaneous raids Bis* Issues At Stake I Christi, only one is recognized as covered t h a t sabotage agamst any lie reassured Sir And o'clock There was no disguising the (Sec REGISTRATION*. PaRe 2) I' a t t e n d t o n i g h t the delegates will nesc colonies in five Monterey j aneSf. divisions have been identia benevolent institution under this a t-oektriil party -nnd County towns today, 126 law en- ! fied as opposing MacArthur's lit•-.!m> in the harbor, includint; the Ounc.in. a former supply minis^ magnitude of the disaster Singad e f n i t i o n . This is the Spohn HosI mayor' bano.uet 0:1 the Plaza force-merit agents began arresting! tle band on Balan Peninsula. L;\; L'.ycUe. would lie "a cinch." pore's fail would inflict on the I Deck. If reporter, Edmund Scott, got a Of Beaverbrook's selection for suspicious aliens and seizing con- | It continued with a statement United Nations. It would: The Fred Roberts Hospital was 'Smuoness' of U. S. i General :-e>sions of the con- traband. j i > i » as a stevedore aboard hot the. production • iortfol.it>, it was not located within the city u n t i l < that there are many other sup1. Gravely endanger all Allied vontion w i l l open at 9 o'clock toby payniff a 'nigh i n i t i a t k n fee lained that the entry of ihe the limits were extended two May Lead to Defeat, Under d i r e c t i o n of Nat J.: porting troops for the Japanese, bases between the Suez Canal, I morrow nioiv.in:; on ti'e P!a;-a '» the lons,shc:remen's union,, wiui United States into the war with its II years ago. It was taxed for $337 Pieper, in charge o which are being bolstered by fresh Egypt, and Pearl Harbor, Honoj Deck. Hiiiili.shts of tomorrow's the San FBI agent office, the of-l ' ij landings in the Lingayen Gulf lulu. in.' questions asked, and reported ! consequent far-reachiri;., measures in • d S447.80 last, vear but Educator Declares Francisco ! .vessions will include ;\ luncheon on ficers descended at areas'. The American troops thus t h a i ho could have even .set ex- for pooling of resources ne-j 2. Free Japan's powerful Ma...... h ; ) S paid n c i t h c r assessment. BUFFALO, N. Y, Feb. 10 i.-'T'—- j the Pla/a Deck and a cocktail Japanese in Salinas, B a . m . on Ij are lacing increasingly heavy odds. layan armies for attacks on Java, ploMves aboard h o r. .so non- cessitated a chant : in the British \Vatsonville. s t nionth at the annual meetexistent were even ordinary pre- set-up and that the Cunadiart- ing of the board of trustees, a The Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, vice- j p;-rty and ditmt.r at ti-e Dragon Monterey, Pacific Grove and Burma and even Australia. cautions. born publisher not only has close -, communication was received from president of Georgetown U n i v e r - i Gn'.j at 7'30 o'clock. The riele- Carmel. 0. Deal a blow to the United ; Rear Admiral Adolphus An- contacts with America! produc- 1 t!le city ca .ning attention to the sity, believes the United States is j gates w i l l to'.ir the Naval Air Nations' manpower in the SouthPieper's force of 54 FBI agents 1; Last Passenger Cars nearer defeat today than at any ( S t a t i o n Thursday afternoon, drews, commandant of the Third tion _ - chiefs_ _ but - .also1 -"thei . . ,confi-* an-ears n 'n ( j asking that the bill be west F'HCHH', unless the more than ! . . _ _ _ j __ i 'ii'f i'T^ ^ : ,].,_c* was augmented by 72 state h i g h I 6'i.i.OiiO British troops now locked Naval District, .said, however, that dence and good will' of President. paid. The trustees replied by as- other time in history. way patrolmen, sheriff's officers ; Roll Off Assembly "I don't believe that 20 per cent in battle on Singapore Island there was no possibility of the Roosevelt. serting they felt the hospital was and police. Lines in Detroit coulei be evacuated—an almost exempt. inasmuch as it was per- of our people realize we are at Former Released fire having been set by saboteurs. The agent gave no indication of • impossible feat. ' forming charity work, and always war." the educator said last night Under $^. how many arrests he expected to;: DETROIT, Feb. 10 (,(••— The Interior of Hull Sealed at a Knights of Columbus meetBodies of Three 4. Give Japan a free passage to | had. be made. He said raiders were war's absorption of the aulomo-' the Indian Ocean and the Bay of ing. "They will not. apparently, On Murder Naval censorship prohibited a looking principally for c o n t r a - j bile industry became v i r t u a l l y Bengal. I Other Hospitals Paying: u n t i l the first casualties are made detailed account of the damage, Texas Heroes Are band—firearms, radios, cameras ' eoi-.iplete today as 'he ia^t pasEven as Singapore's fateful Other hospitals paying taxes to j known and the first bombs start but it was permissible to say that Moved to Austin VVHtTESEORO. Texas. Feb. arid oilier equipment forbidden to : senger vehicle ivlled off th v > tew hour approached, the Japanese inthe city include the Medical- to fall." the fire damaged was entirely con10. Pi-^-Golden Kemp, n farmer, enemy aliens. i romaining ear assembly lines. vasion hordes were already strikDeclaring that "smugness and ! WiVr; ^leased under $2.500 bond fined to the three upper decks, j AUSTIN, Feb. 10. (U.W-Re- Professional, which pays a comThe last passenger units to be ing new blows in the Dutch Inbined tax for its office building complacency might lead to cie-; vesterday on t h a t the interior of her h u l l had I main:: of three brother heroes a n d h( it;l1 charge of murder assembled were Ford cars, but dies; and toward Australia. »P amounting to S4.- feat.'' Father Walsh added "it is i ]n tthe i-. lt;i s t a b b i i i ^ of Claude Australia To Call in |- e fata been sealed by water-tight doors I who took part in fxtihlishinn t h e l that, wis merely a circumstance; Japanese Land N'ear Macassar f «* Corpus Christ! and bulkheads and that she re- Republic of Texas w o r % « £ - ! 552.80; Hospital,'1202 Third Osteo- not defeatism lo talk ot defeat; Rich, r>5, land owner and director were reinter-, Street, Ford, with a heavy program of A bulletin from N. E. I- headof the Wiiitosboro Co-operative Up More Men for mained dry even while ' partly roq ncre today, in the .state ceme-i J. ' the Gorrell Hospital, it is prudence." Army-ordered passenger vehicles, quarters said Japanese troops, $3Sft.40, and "We have never suffered defeat Gin. under water. She remained struc- tor'y. was behind in the war-curtaile-i launching their sixth attack on a Bond V.-MS set at habeas' corpus Duty in Militia turally intact, both above and beA monument that was erected 519 Park Street, $180.20. that the in a war since we won our indeproduction quota arid w;j$ permit- key point in the Indies, had landPeel explained today low the main deck. to their memory at Galvesim, trustees leased the Fred Roberts pendence in 1776, "out we are procee'.lin^s before Judge R C. ted to continue in production un- ed in the vicinity of Macassar, C A X B K R R A , Australia, Feb. The French officer, who be- ;>i'ier ;\ previous ve-intcrmer.t, institution to Mrs. Ed Sizer, Jr., nearer to it now than at any time Slaslc. 1 erne! per: on Die southwest coast til today to partially catch up. Deputy Sheriff Forrest Watson I'.-! .--!.-'' Australian war c.-sbi w i l l be brought to the state ceme- in 1928 to retire its indebtedness. in our entire history," he said. "If cause of hi.s .status in this country Island, 500 miles you have any grievances against .s:> id ihe si;. biiinrr Saturday follow- has iiiv.ded to call up additional : The Ford assembly lines, in fact, of Celebes the big Dutch naval is that of a deportable alien .sea- tery and placed at the graves of Mrs. Si/.cr was given a contract to <>!' :uil time duty in the mili- have been turning out just, about northeastSoerabaja. Java. ed ail argument over land Tl. Jack. act as hospital administrator for England, don't let hate of herconman, said that the disaster would the three—William ;,;(,' Minister John Curt in i as r.uiny .Army cars as civilian base at The men owned adjoin- tin, have been i n f i n i t e l y w o r . s e if Spencer Jack and Patrick C. 10 years. Since 1938, he said, her tribute to the victory of America's 1. ho thrust was seen as another of! today. ! units. i mj; farms near vVhitesboro. water had gotten below her main Jack. contract has been renewed an-1 mightiest and sworn enemy." Just when, the manufacture of Jack County, Texas, is named finally. (See WAR, Page 2) deck and to the great electric ' passenger cars for civilian use may engines, the mammoth generators, for them. tn the meantime. Peel said, the again lie undertaken i* probleWilliam H. .Tack was a veteran indebtedness has been amortized the many banks of boilers. He matical. The erstwhile car manuof the Baltic of San Jacinto. said that it would have taken facturers turned armorers are cerHOSPITAL. Paye 2) months to repair water damage to Spencer Jack fought at Velaseo, tain only that when such producand Patrick C. Jack was imprishighly intricate machinery, but tion is possible they will turn that righting her, Xvhile a difficult oned with William B. Travis at thj liimost concern, since there is deed try u to kick over the truces j again to the 1942 model. By T>EWITT MACKENZIE Anahiiac in 1832 when Mexico Landmarks at State engineering problem, could be accf of Egypt's cast-iron | involved the security not only of in the Wide WorM Analyst complished in a fraction of that attempted to nip the Texas up- Fair Park in Dallas Hitlerian political machinations the Mediterranean but of the At- alliance iv ;ii Britain, he will raise i City of Charleston rising.' All survived the revolutime. United a press;r;f;; problem, for if there i in the Mediterranean iheaire are lantic. Obviously the LONDON, Feb. 10. ,-.#— An inAdmiral Andrews, left the scene tion and died in a yellow fever Destroyed by Fire raising troublesome issues for the States is vitally concerned, quite is one P'' ; v in the whole Modi- : Is Placed Out of ternacionai cartel oi >'rei5ch iiiiri epidemic. at 3:30 fl. m., after losing a draAllies as the Nazi chief makes os- apart from the obligations-of our terranea;: :,-ca that the British ; Geriniin industriaii.si.s v.as reliDALLAS, Feb. 10. «J.R>—Fire to- tensible preparations fur a fresh alltaiu-e. ' Bounds for Sailors matic battle to keep her ftfl.OOOmust <•• !''*- ;,.• i! is Egypt. ably rep,>;-ied t.ori.iy !o ;-,ave s'artday destroyed the two-hlock-long o/fensive to try to wrest control of This development comes on the (on bulk upright. Tons of water 'Kold Autumn in Acti::''i!\ .:>!' niurse, Egypt is a c-^-i organi/mo; ,i iiev, campaign automobile building and its con- this strategic area from the Brit- heels <,)' what is said to be Axi.s- vast m : t : i : (•••y and naval base l o r . CHARLESTON. S. C.. Feb. 10. lor a negotiaicd peace between had been poured into her supernected foods building, landmarks ish—a move1 calculated to be eo- i: spired anti-British rioting in Britain. .,. • ;:•..« domination of ihe | iU.R)--Admiral William H. Allen, Germany ;-,r,d the United .Nations structure. It froze into g r e a t Your Hand' Wins to thousands of Texans at Fair ordin;>ted \vith the Japanese drive Spanish Morocco. There isn't Suez C';:v>. • 1 ;-,nd the whole Kas- j commandant of the Charleston on ousiacss grounds. masses of ice on her upper decks Singa- much ie,.son to doubt the origin tern Me.-.; terranean. Should the ' Navy Yard, today placed the enand bulkheads, making her gro- Notional Book Award Park. in the Orient, These international industrialFive alarms called all avail- pore in a grave position tenay. ' of this j rouble, for the Hitler-Mus- king cho.<-• e '-o challenge England.; tire city of Charleston out of ists, a qualified source saidr artesquely top-heavy. ! NEW YORK, Feb. 10. The able equipment to fight the blaze TlY« latest of several ,-ievelop- solini brotherhood has worked un- there eatt iic .-•<> doubt that London bounds for sailors because of al- gued that Japanese conquests in story Of a day-wage farmer in but firemen could do nothing but mcnfe vs Vw British ch,;;::e that linngly to win the support of the will s!rv,i ;y evack down on him ; leged vice conditions. tiie Pacific wit;; acquisition althe "Texas black bottoms, as told save nearby structures. food and gasoline have been v<?ach- Aral population in the Mediter- and t'lKH :: •-,\tiier king will be look- ' The out of bounds order will ready of Territories rich in r,«tby George Sessions Perry in "Hold Roy Rupard, secretary of the ing A-xis troops in Libya thnuigh ranean '/.one. This would be a ing for ."> iob. i be effective for at least one week, urai resources .'Hid raw mate-rial Avitimrn ir> Your ri-aritt," won th« State Fair Association-, said dam- neighboring Tunisia. Thi>- :> P;ir- grea: a'set in the eomin-s trial *>f , iiisii dni hare to e.-cwb- :• ant-i -affects ail' Navy men sta- have put Japan in a portion to ff the H Cwpiis Cfiristi arwj vitfnity: Faifl thi« n^tronal bowfc award of the Am«r- age tind'oubtedly would b« m the 'tielrfefly setrous in that, n' ;i ' ll<;> - strength for control of this sea, over Egypt i tioned here and on \vsrships en- seize 1and don-rnatc v.orld niaraftvrnooiv antf toniKht. sl'i«htiy eoM'cr ican KrtokseTters -A-ssocMtroTt to- himdred:s oi' thousands of dollars-. it mt-ans a.dwcMwd' weakf-i'....^ on which !-as made England poliw- lish ;i ii'.'f 'tectoraterepeating itself,t | tering the port. kets i- tr.e we^c-i-p, powers pvf\vouici b, iv.--:.v-y day. l.,-,\vff,t fenvprnrwre (his Admiral Allen's action was crm- si.sr iii f i g h t i n g t : ie war to an end. Basfc«lball &nti roller skating of th« Vrchy govemir.ent man of Kurope. v for E n ^ i ; ; ,,.i ronk over control of j 24 hwn's, "-•--•-• . .. The book, Iwifcd as lh« • d'i's- riri'fc crowd's h-a'd used the btiiMPCoirrciwent. . .with this, arrd of tlVe fOl!:'.!':-y eai'ly in the First j ci/ed by Mayor Henry Lockweod, G«trn«tt pressure fov The indLiStriallst's \V(--re repi'Ttcovery'v of I^t, \va-s adjudged mght. ». iYr., s\vnset even- givaret impoviaiwe. youiftf Work! VVa r wiven Egypt ceasod to ; vvho charged that vice conciitrons -ed pomtinn a campassnf par'uCgives rise "• ' *.'•«• *. nrost \vorth\vhil«'.book of yea-r 'Th«' only cia-'swai'ty, so- far a's is 'that ft fftvsnges 'German ---e King Firouk of Egypt has given be a trib; ;tsry stare of the Tin--! in- thi-s city of 80.000 were dire in uiarly toward the UnitM Starts \Vhveh, i-Yi' the booftselHers* was *w 'firernwry. He \va;s fewtes as SM es. j 9 fresh- <^enroratration of what thw :re. This proteetorage • pr.rt "to the admiral's negiiaferice with emphasis cm th« risn^rs (# 1 Vr or. it rather thanv feck oi effort on in* z fey arnofce afudf ta'fren to wcess r<v raw r.iAtt-riai f<* Any swefi1 if*t«»t fev t-ve V hy ! Ivvnvfon pr*ss interprets as aY>' afttvrT:T. ». ; OT r British' aftittflcfe. ti Faroi* fe t*ch«.vn Kvbw supply. r*<t* 2v city's part .'

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Lost as Japanese Sink U. i Transport

And Movie Men Come For R&R Convention

Raids Made on Aliens in Five Ii California Towns 1

Young King of Egypt Will Create Pressing Problem if He Attempts To Break His Alliance With Great Britain

Peace Campaign Being Launched By Industrialists

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Dieterle is now in Israel ffilmingi background shots. "I wish I could have potion in the plane with him," said travel, mart Rita. Her plans after "Salome"? "That's too far away to think about," she replied. She said she; loves ISurope and plans to return there as soon as possible, but not to Aly. By BOB THOMAS , -j « out u-iih <=K- »-e»L-e of' After four years awav from out w i t h six «eeks of J H o 11 y w oo d, Rita seems little! HOLLYWOOD <*> _ Rila Hav- dance Mils, she said. 'That changed. She is still shy and reti I worth says she will take a month's' completely exhausted. Af-jcent in conversation. It almost motor'tour of the Southwest and haven't danced for four| makes y°i> forget her ability to! then drive to Reno for her d vorce ter all> from Prince Aly Khari. years. In fact, I haven't done anv-j g e t involve^ '" so many headlines, j -»«.**. v.u <iwness Tin* The 'flame-haired actress fin thing for four years. Ishes work for -her fiv.ii.nc today Had Screen Fright — * » ~ * picture luuav. She has purchased a station wagon and will drive to Southwest resorts' SL"When I|ustarted shooting, I had »• * ••"•" with her secretary, Margaret ! 7een fri e - I knew I would. But B Potter. after 10 days, I got settled down. be an l Ko RcconcllmHori ° UKe work'ing ' , * again."* S Appreciation for "most reThe P i C t U r e Sl Lfl ... - _ t. ! . < * - - . .' * , • ""lh XS< OTPIHarf lnlellVieWn » »M'iS3 Si!Srh e rt f Drill.. i, '°PPCd Sh00li »S"tot f i ' - "<«-ie ias been posng or een posing that sh( Panning a return photographs to advert.se and exto Europe to P r n - "Concerts for Youth" program Aly. She told C°n h i Vlth Pri"Ce dad the iclure , "Ail ri cv, S n0t •»•»«! -" She is even posing in a bath- which met last night at the YWCA in touch, _«f t, . proving P rincesseS to evaluate the concert given here the for 425 teenagers March 4. in her fabu- are not above cheesecake. lou, , , lous ended . I "Now I'm ready for a rest," The board decided not lo plan on c slod v thoi ,1 .,." " . otjshe said. "I'll rest on the motor next year's concert until it met their daughter. She offer- trip I'm taking. I love to drive-. with the board of the Corpus Christ i 0 ™™^ ^. "the,- terms of.jl've done it 5» every confnent: Symphony, which presented the wui not be;Once I drove all the way from concert. Appreciation to two ad-, ditionat underwriters of this year's K'x weeks inj Algiers to Tunisia Reno for Use divorce. | "I (]on't know whe,.e r], Ro on concert. Mrs. Dorothy Hawn BlakGlenbl , -°°k, this trip. We'll stop wherever we eney and Willard Perkins, whose expl ncd — r-'t'-."-". " J -cslab- feel like it, for A ao want 10 gel names were omitted from the pro i umdu- .«. .m« u, ,or I do f' to get Iished residence there when I re- some sun. We'll probably spend £ra™,' als° was ex P re3se fi the . ...... r turned to th'is country. The divorce so some time in Tucson and Phoenix, could be a matter o'f hours, but I Ariz." may stay around Reno for a few I Wans Another Picture ^ * Hhe Nevada ver y nmch." -| After the divorce, Rita returns Engineers To See When I saw her last night, the'lo Columbia studio, where she will actress remarked, that she was;start another picture, "Salome and Microwave Exhibit weary rrom the movie-making rou-ithe Seven Veils." Starting date is A demonstration of microwave ne ' I May 15, and director William radio relay will be presenter! at a meeting of the Corpus Chrisli Sec- NO. 1 DREAM GIRL—Comtion of the American Institute o{ bat corresppndents of t h e Eleclricaf Engineers at 7 p.m. to- First Marine Air Wing in Komorrow at McVay's Cafeteria. rea, whose stories are often I^awson R. Lancrs. division incensored but whose dreams formation supervisor for Southwest Texas of Southwestern Bell Telecannot be scrutinized, have phone Company's public relations HELD voted actress Mary Castle department in San Antonio, will (above) their "No. 1 Dream demonstrated actual transmission CAP Wirephoto) OVER of microwave radio relay signals Girl." WINNER OF THREE by means of ft very small radio transmitter, which sends a radio ACADEMY AWARDS Dance Tonight at — beam to a receiver some 10 feet away. A section of the Corpiis-Chrisll(formerly San Antonio coaxial cable will be 1-MII.K SOUTH Ilnlifllntnrt riuli) PASS OF Atl,\N8AS exhibited and explained, R, M. Music hy BILL BARR Eichner, program .chairman for the engineers, said. ! AND THE SONS OF TEXAS

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By VVAYNB OLIVKU | modest: budget advci User, and at NEW YORK U&T-sriie tmdilioiin) | l h e satV|e time will enable TV to singue sponsorship of network nm-1 In1akc,cilon=h ^ mefit ils hi.ah costs, , , , grams >"., . prevai.,ed in rad o s Which ., that ,. are headed evmi '"*>>"->. . v ^ higher .,, . , . Madden points out that NBC"s crumbling ,n television because o(j, a v i 8 h ..Sh^w of shows" has «K high costs of producing and airing! sponsors sharing the cost of nearly shows. * j $170,000 a week or S6,600.000 for a Television still has a number ofi' 3 ?* wec l k h setlf"- Three sponsors ,..„, .. , . . . \ i share the cost of $100,00 n week or shows that have only a single spon.| Wi40 o.OOO for „ 44-wcVk «oa«o,, o. sot- week after week, but there's] ,.A1, stftr Re vue." Fotir ..haro «i« a growing proportion with sponsors (cost of four million dollars for p. that either share commercials or' scaso " °J U'e Isate Smith night• time show. alternate in presenting them. Other K\iim[>lrs 35 Million a Year A big network TV show costs up Thfiro are nitmcroua other exto $100.000 a week or five million amples of ftllernatc or slnuo<i a year, and there's only H limited sponsorship, such as Arlhnr Godnumber of companies with advor frey's , Wednesday night show on tising budgets bip enough to under-*. CRS, "Kulda, Fi'au and Ollie," n ~-."r,....-. w»f, v.iiMLif^n lu itiiuui v-.* 'o, [xunin, l'l all flllu Llltie write such an expenditure for a "The Goldhergs," Robert MontSln lc i t e m ^ gomcry T h e a t e r , " "Television The networks arc offering the Playhouse" and "Ono Man's famalternate sponsorship or shared ily" on NBC, and "Space Patrol" sponsorship plan ns an Answer. A on ABC. lending exponent is Edward Madthink wn'ro going lo more! den, sales and operations vice'pres- multiple sponsorship shows." says ident of the National Broadcasting Madden. "Conceivably, television' Company. He contends this plan could po according to the magaputs TV within reach of tho zine concept." Delicatessen

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By BILL KAZO Another mtrntan at last >-ear's U yoa think attendjnt » Link melodrama was dcmg her hut to Theatre Corpus Chnsti melo- help the prostrale hero. She bedrama is fun. jot* the acton and *sn by reaching onsUje, DK-k-rs backstage crew. To bear some up bis sun and handing it to him. ol thej- nightly experiences »x>uJ<l The hero finally raised up and make a script in itself. politely told her to sJt down, The current '•mellerdrammer." ^hereupon she aimed the toy "Love Rides the Rails." w being PJSM at him and shot out all of presented every Friday and Sat- the cap*. urday at Exposition Hall Patio Last year's players remember by LTCC. and actors and crew the classic incident of two young are fast compiiinc a group of men who lost their way while classic boom or audience antics looking for the concrssxxi stand. to add to the collection from the StfMZ no other may to jet to it. two previous LTCC melodramas. they calmly walked across the A*dfa«K« Helf* Oat *tage mhile a scene was going Audience participation i< vital on. to the success ol an evemn-'s presentation, and melodrama ac- Villains Jeel !^e sunn; tors always look forward to a onstaje because some patrons do performance, well knowing that not limit their reactions to hisses APPRAISING FCtK-'I woowhile stylized to a point, the au- and catcalls. They throw objects rWr ho*- they like it?' thinkj dience will combine to make it »t the hapless actors. A womin Lil>.n WUlrtt. playing • wida performance unlike any other. threw her shoes during a per- ««-cd motlrf-r in the nwlo. Tbe unrehearsed incidents m*y foRnince two years ago and nev- drama, ax she looks at th« be elaborately planned affairs by er «» them main. Frugal actors audnw* through * peephole relatives or members of a cast added the footwear to LTCC's in the back of a i*t. member or spontaneous audjence wardrobe. reaction, both ol which win dis- Backstage, misplaced or mis- the audjence * amusement. rupt play action for a minute Or functkaning props cause anxious Heckler* e?t some welJ-detwo. but humorous moments. A tape *erved squrlches Irotn quick-witweeks ago a woman jen- recorder burned out a tube at ted cast member*. Last year, a «o much compass too for a crucial moment last week and Croup of youth § krpt throwing the hero tied to the tracks that while adjustments were beins; popcorn *t the *hady woman'* she climbed onstage and began made, cast members and the di- low neckline until the actress aduntying him. rector. Lt. Comdr. John Kees of dressed them: "You boys didn't NAS. provided sound effects, in- play much basketball in school cluding train whistles, much to, did you 7"

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0V CUE. IX CHARACTERMrs. Hank Altenburg. portraying a French maid, gets ready to go onstage, evoking woll whistles and catcalls from the audience with her flouncing walk and affected accent.

'GRANDMA, WHAT BIG EYES." — Olios provide between-acts and after-the-show entertainment lor melodrama patrons, and an attempt is made to keep the acts on the same plane as the show. Above are the 'Seabreezes,' a local barbershop quartet, who appeared on the show recently, sporting fancy vests, bicycle mustaches and a member with a disconcerting false eye.

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fcayfront brcczcj kc«p heroine Jamie Gordon busy hntHi«g down her skirts, and more important straightening her practkaUy hidden stocking seams.

MANPOWER BEHIND STEAM ENGINE — There J? never a dull moment bnek*tnf'r« n- nrtrrs and crr-w keep action moving, retrieving lost items or righting mufunctioning props. Above, R. A. Layman (left) and James P. Geiss get ready to 'roar" down the tracks with the engine prop they are holding.

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•the movie screen. «ys Fred Pach- at the front door. o!ke. chief television engineer for An innovation by RCA DM! will ailCAGO. Aus. 10-The real the Warwick Manufacturing Corp. television spectaculars take place This probably coufd be achieved enthuse the movif camera fan is in the research laboratories. now with special viewing glasses, the adaption of magnetic tape reMuch of this wizardy is beinj but the industry would like to elim- cording to voice and picture. done under the secret mantle of inate any such crutch. With a small portable TV camthe military, bat the home folk J»ck Davis, vice president to era, a hobbyist can take his own haven't been forgotten. charge of consumer productj at pictures ia color, then view the reII you consider color TV al- Motorola, Inc., jays the trend sult* by running the magnetic ready here, then the next bit item toward miniaturization will mean sound tape through an adapter afis wall television. truly portable TV sets operating fixed to his standard TV set He'll also be able to record his Tbe tiny transistors are replac- • on a rechargeable battery. ing vacuum tubes and miniaturiz- Herbert Sachs, research «ngi. | favorite television program for ing bulky parts so that the TV neer at Armour Research Founda- I later viewing and purchase prescTPfn win hang like a painting. tion, foresees dosed circuit tele- I recorded opens and plays for his Screens will go to life size. vision hookups for operators of | TV library. The picture tube wil! be com- far-Dung business enterprises. Just j How about global television? It's pressed into a thin, flat layer of as taxicab companies are assigned •* matter of money rather than lack of know-how, says Ed Brown. electroluminescent material, a radio bands. special phosphor that glows after Related to this win be telephone !the assistant vice president and brim; excited with an alternating TV over which the housewife can I chief engineer at Zcntth. ' Several feasible ways have lyrn electric current field. orderTfwrr'* rvrry rrmsan tr» bolirv-e v* the merchandise she is cirruif suggested tu betm tt* signal mg and a home television acro« \hf water* but all arc <x it will b<» in three-dimension. that wil] rnahle brr to see who'* ' arnsive.
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of her 23th year on radio. Durable M« sine* Aut ]t ISM. hat been fitmonttrating nv*r and ovrr ncain the value* of the Golden R'j> and "fr\j«tinf people until the tnwt it v.olaie<i " Twenty f:ve year* m any y* li » lonj tme fn brvMdcatftnjr, it i* an eon, particularly in *hf eve* M t<vU\ <, teievni.-w performers »V> beg n ro »orry »hou» ramer*b-;m arvl ovr-e\p<^«ijre after their f;r«; 13-»eek options «r* picked up. Kot twit Aw* Thry rcgird with envt^-ji »we h,->rx> VTRim* Payne, the artreM »rv> «tar»e<1 pluyir.? M* while »he » " ''ili i r.nrmiMtj co!iej<- iiu. A* the »r.m '.<•,-. A ry f»!l<. ^)ie i.t d'rr. having a 'u'-sle ».;h the rijvorce In fh« :n'rr, .~n;n;j Tj%rter-<ytv problem: What can Ma. »ith her

—RANCHO— moral standar4i. advise E*Jher to do' ' »• — VUrt Lv-n TVre have been a number of . •r:tir« and a oonsid*rabi« cast —BRAHMA— T^nr* WJft W» tornovrr thm« < h th* yeart. but Bui Abbjxt - Eou aU concerned with th* ih>«w have Tor Tl»*T J«C O»nd>r - Ur»lat be*n very careful to preserve Tim Ho**y Cart-wi — X*»i Ma'« deepest secrets. For instance, nobody—not even VIKGIMA (MA) PAYTHB Virginia Pa>i>»—really knows how old Via is. Nobody knows where . . . a familiar po«e far her »ho np RuWivJle Orter is. except that ^rvard ^nrf «o!\-(»« jn«t about atl M« had to hop a plane f.>r a trip took a train t« ft ti> Holly if the jiroM-nn of the people «>f to New York once to find out » hat w-v>d to soiv* a knotty sjtuatjon ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ her to»n. Ruvh\ule Center In her »»* bother jig her da'jgater. She for her T»vel;st son-in-"l»w. i 2100 LEXINGTON ILVO PHONE TES-6211 nme Ma Ka» mremied with m<xt WEEK-END SPECIAL' of th^ trodhle^ you can name— | CORPUS FRIENDLEST DRIVE IN ••nc^pt thow banned by the bmad. : r.nt:ng cntif. like baby adoption. alcoholism. CIMC intrigije. dishoiv-

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COLUMBUS, Ohio. ID—Many fruitful collaboration with f the nation's leaders in' the public,' he said as •*» examLOS ANGELES. UP)-The pres-i d to be something in the nareduction of religious films ple, than a church that "is condent of the California Republi- ure of a hatchet. can Assembly has confirmed "It is true that Rousselot and 'ere told yesterday that religion tent to stand by and utter emj>Jiat he heard actor Ronald Rea- have been friendly from the as grown "as remote from the ty platitudes." an say the John Birch Socie- ime he was a congressman. ealities of life as abstract y's national public relations di- Rousselot has made no secret of aintings." ector offered to help Reagan's he fact that as a Republican and a former congressman he Philip Strapp, a widely-known OPEN 7 P.M. ampaign for governor. DIAL THEATRE ilm animator, artist and comCyril Stevenson Jr. said yes- will support and is going to FOR SHOW TIM! campaign for Republican canADM. 1.00 irday: oser, told the National CounBETTE OAVIi "I regret the information had didates where he can do some il of Churches' International good." o become public." udiovisual Conference that Mrs. Jane Alexander of San ope for a way out of the "artisarlos, a director-at-large of the c degeneration" lies in a new assembly, said last week she nderstanding among scientists, leard Reagan claim that John Rousselot had offered to support rtists and men of religion. CO-FEATURE or attack Reagan, whichever "I sense a growing trend toDEBBIE REYNOLDS vould be most helpful to his ard intercommunication which "SECOND :ampaign. /ould lead us back to the right TIME AROUND" track," the New Yorker said. MRS. A L E X A N D E R said LAST 2 NIGHTS British Factory The conference, which runs Reagan claimed the offer was made to Stewart Spencer, head through Saturday, has drawn DANCE — Tony Joe and the Mojos, whose recent record of a political management firm Strike Continues 50me 100 film- specialists and OPEN 7 P.M. WtST SCIWI 1 'Someday' is considered a hit by local disc jockeys, will join a long _ list of handling Reagan's anticipated NEW YORK. H ) - Roy M sponsors, audio - visual expert; LOVE 7:35-11:00 artists at the KEYS Radio back-to-school dance spectacular Friday night at candidacy for the GOP nomina- Conn's law firm filed suit yes- COVENTRY, England. IB and Christian educators from ADM. 1.00 Exposition Hall. Pictured are (left to right) Joe Dodd, Robert McGuffie, Tony ion. terday against the wife o Factory employes today con She said Reagan made the Broadway lyricist Alan Jay tinued an unofficial strike in hroughout the United S t a t e White (seated) and George Lopez. Other artists scheduled to appear Delude JAMES GARNER Tommy Roe, the Ron-Dells, Travis Phillips, the Kings and the Six Pence. disclosure at a private meeting Lerner for $19,832 in legal fee: support of a girl fellow worker and Canada. It carries the "THE ART OF Tickets are on sale at Woolco, G.M.C., Galvan Music Store and KEYS studios. »f Republicans in a San Fran it said it had earned in a tor- :ired for spending too much time heme, "Film Making and the LOVE" in the powder room. Cisco hotel room. Church's Task of Communica' CO-FEATURE Reginald Clark, a strike orStevenson, on two-week ac- rid four-day separation trial. tive duty with the Marine Corps Supreme Court Justice John ganizer, said, "the manage- tion." SHIRLEY JONES GIG YOUNG .t Camp Pendleton, Calif., told L. Flynn signed an order to tie ment has been bullying our peo- Stapp warned that "it is mpeless for religious groups to i newsman: up any New York assets owned ple for too Icng." "A TICKLISH "I asked the lady (Mrs. Alex- by Mrs. Micheline Lerner, now The management of a coven- commission m e s s a g e films AFFAIR" try felt factory claimed 19-yearander) not to say or do any- living at Lake Tahoe, Nev. their has be old Carole Lloyd, a machinist, vhen abstractreligion longer aphing about it. Cohn said in court papers that LAST 2 NIGHTS and no "My theory was that this was Mrs. Lerner had agreed to pay stayed 20 minutes in the ladies :ome gg f gf- DKIVMs; sor.Kthing within the family— the firm $15,000 when Lerner room one day last week. She ilicable to the deepest and most ' • ' • • • IML3-1854FGA j Night clubs: The Daisy is the Guild dinner is the most In o: the Republican Party — so to paid two $50,000 notes which was fired, and 45 other workers immediate realities of life." By BOB THOMAS the 7 P.M. ADM. 90e HOLLYWOOD. UP! Much|new In discotheque, the Cocoa- smy year. Attending the Acad speak." were part of the separation walked out in a strike which is A church actively involved in OPEN THEATRE FOR SHOW TIME;. Awards is Out; watching not backed by their union. the struggle for human rights DIAL ado about Ins and Outs. j nut Grove is In for important agreement. He has alit on television at a party is REAGAN, at a Republican ready received said she ?200,OQO "We have found out that the tends a far better chance of Recently an article in thei ODeninos nearly girl was ill at the time she wen New York Times magazine! ^Restaurants: The Bistro is In. °' meeting at San Diego, said yes- in notes. created a stir by naming the 100 the most In of the new spots, Parties: Discotheque dancinj terday of Mrs. Alexander's He also is seeking the repay- to the ladies room," said Clark in backyard tents is In. Barbe statement: ment of a $1,120 personal loan For management, William s to Tennessee Williams and in- Larue andof a the old. La Italian cues are far, far Out. Drop anchor at the "I haven't much to commen to Mrs. Lerner "cFuring the Brown said: Resorts: Palm Springs i on that. I can't go rushing into period when her husband re "It's nonsense to say the gir cluding a parcel of Kennedys, places are In. few small ALL NEW thoroughly, continuously In, eve: print to answer every irrespon fused her any support." was ill. If anyone is ill at our who now mean most to New CO-FEATURE Movies: Previews at the West- more so in the summer. La York society. Also mentioned sible woman who starts swing Cohn's firm declined to com factory we send them home and "HOOTENANNY were a few Out-people, including wood Village are In. Big pre- Vegas "is Out, except when Fran ing a hatchet in my direction ment on the possibility tha pay them." Mayor Wagner, Dorothy Kilgal- mieres are Out, except for In Sinatra is there. (Wherever Sina "There was no question bu Mrs. Lerner would seek a di HOOT" charities like Cedars of Lebanon tra is, is In.) len and Jackie Gleason. that particular story was intend- vorce while living in Nevada. 9-Pound Son Born Hospital. LAST NIGHT NOWHERE IS Inmanship Sports: Tennis is definitely In. DOGS: POODLES are still In To Barbara Eden practiced more devoutly than in golf is Out. Croquet is In — i though not as In as Yorkshir HOLLYWOOD. Oil — Actres: LEXINGTON MUSEUM PIECE Hollywood. I am not going to you are invited to play at Sam terriers. Collies — with all du Barbara Eden, wife of acto name who is In and who is Out Goldwyn's. OPEN 7 P.M. ADM. 90e. respect to Lassie — are out. Michael Ansara, gave birth Sun DIAL WY10-520 FOR because I must go on working Living areas: Beverly Hills as Cars: Vintage (but not new FOR SHOWTIME day night to a 9-pound son in here. In as you can get, Bel-Air fol- Rolls Royees are In, as well a Go'od Samaritan Hospital. The But I can report on the habits, lows Malibu is In once more. imported Italian sports can child, Matthew Michael, is their customs and institutions that The San Fernando Valley is far Motorcycles are coming In. first. are In and Out in Hollywood to- Out I realize that this list may b Miss Eden, seen previously ii day Spactator sports: Watching upsetting to local figures wh the movie "The Seven Faces o " t h a t Cary thought they were In and no\ Hotels: The Beverly 1 His i s j h '„ d js so In Dr. Lao" and LOS ANGELES, ffl - The| "The railroad was going t television series, the syndicate forever In. ami the Beverly \ \ i l -i i r _ . n t f!nes it . Dnris D av has discover they are indeed Out rrciwrcoioir Grant does it "How To Mar Johnson. "We shire is suddenly In after JUIIB. u, made the Lakers basketball But if it's of any consolation t funeral coach in which Sir Wins-: iunk it " ry a Millionaire," stars in th CO-FEATURE overhaul. team In. The Angels, alas, are them, I will add the gratuitou ton Churchill's body was car- thought It should not be derole of a new NBC-TV ser information that movie colum ried to its final resting place strayed, and got in touch with ies, "I Dream of Jeannie, "THE BUCCANEER" Out. YUL BRYNNER has been bought: by a Califor- the railroad and arranged to starting next month. Award affairs: The Writers nists are also Out. CHARLTON HESTON nia city that wanted a memorial LAST 2 NIGHTS of the late British prime min- buy it." Johnson said the current proister. City of Industry, an industrial test issues from those who suburb, recently "purchased for "didn't give it a second thought FEATURES See the swingingest 1:25-3:25-5:25-7:25-5:25 $980 the railroad coach which until they heard it was going Skippcrctics in town.1" JANE F O N D A - L E E MARVIN out of the country." carried the statesman's body Second Floor from London's Waterloo station "A number of us here in the Downtowner Motor Inn City of Industry admired Mr. to Hanborough, near P,ladon. on Shoreline and Schatzel MIAMI, Fla. W — A director; have announced that the Cuba the last stage of the funeral Churchill and thought we would variety show opened at the Ly Continuous entertainment and a thorographer of a Cuban, procession. The coach is intend- like to have the coach here as a LTCC SUMMER nightly 6 P.M.-12 A.Mj musical show performing in ric Theater in Paris Aug. 19 fo ed for use as a museum piece. Churchill museum, After all, his ~1 AM. Sat. a thrce-wcek-engagCment. MELODRAMA Paris defected and flew into mother was an American." Marsh, member! Closed Sunday The radio, heard in Miam nf But Richard and chairman of Johnson said he is a friend of Miami yesterday from Paris. & OLIOS Parliament, Orlando Lima Aguirre, the said the show would be pre Britain's state-owned railroad Dr. Horace King, deputy speakLABOR DAY sented later in East Germany system, recently protested the er of the British House of Comdirector, and Armando Suez were attached to a Fidel Castro Poland, the Soviet Union an sale. "It's a ridiculous price," mons. He was designated as the HOLD OVER cultural mission .sponsoring s Czechoslovakia. Zounds Only $1.50!! said Marsh. "No effort seems to city's negotiator for the maroon FEATURES 120-mcmber vaudeville! entitled Last Friday, Cuba's ambas have been made to keep it and gold coach. Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.-SaK 1:15-3:15-5:20-7:20-9:20 sador to London, Dr. Luis R here." Johnson said his city will buy Music Hall of Cuba. MWtlM 8:30 p.m. They complained that more cardo Aisonso, quit his post i Darius Johnson. City of Indus- a hillside parcel as a park where ,4609 AVERS TE5-S221 COLISEUM PATIO protest of Castro dictatorship y councilman who negotiated the coach can be displayed. than 10 Cuban security agents 20 or more reservations, call Other Churchilliana, possibly kept the entertainers under sur- and went into hiding. Another government official. the purchase, was not sym- manuscripts, will be exhibited » Card & Quill, 3213 S. veillance during the tour. pathetic yesterday with Marsh's Alameda, "You simply cannot perform Gilberto Alemani, former head objection. therein, he said. under police vigilance on round- of the Cuban trade mission to • Kelly Music Store, 4102 the-clock shifts," Lima Aguir- Japan, announced in Miami FriS. Stap!e<i, DRIVE IN 4033 S. Port day that he, too, had quit and re said. THEATRE TU2-Z39S e C. C. 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The summer season's final free hootenanny .will be at 8 p.m. today, with performers and spectators expected to join in the songfest on the Peoples Street T-Head. Performers include J. D. Price and the Boys, Helen Southern, Benny Baker, Phil Berry, Don Bodine, Frank Hall, Euel Price, David Jacobs, Mike Merchant, Tracy Smith, Dick Hower, John Sommers, Richard (Cash) Cashman, Pat Glenn, M. C. Walker, Pam Winn, the Pozo Singers, the Friday Night Singers and others; The program is the last in a 14-week series co-sponsored by the Corpus Christ! Folk Music Society and City Park and Recreation Department. Larry Ray will be master of ceremonies.

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WASHINGTON. UP) - Negotia ment of the threatened steel tors trying to avert a nation- strike to permit continued nego wide steel strike were described tiations, had had no persona today as having "reached the contact with the negotiators. stage of hard and tough bar- Moyers said Johnson was getgaining. ting frequent reports, however, This characterization of the from Secretary of Labor W. Wilmarathon sessions came from lard Wirtz and Secretary of Bill D. Moyers, White H o u s e Commerce John T. Connor who press secretary, who said: are sifting in on the talks. "They are having straight-for- Wirtz and Connor met separward confrontations on two ately during the morning with main issues.— that is, wages the industry and labor negotiatand pensions." ing teams. The management and labor Originally, a strike that would representatives were meeting, have idled 450,000 workers and sometimes jointly and some- shut down 80 per cent of the intimes separately, in the execu- dustry had been called for 12:01 tive office building next door a.m. t o d a y by the AFL-CIO to the White House. United Steelworkers. The postMoyers was asked about prog- ponement secured by Johnson ress in the talks. put the deadline off to Sept. 9. "I have no indication of what progress is being made," he THE UNION is demanding wage and fringe benefits insaid. ALL-ELECTRIC JlOME OPENS — Chester C. Wine (right), vice president in creases amounting to about IN RESPONSE to another cents an hour over three years. charge of advertising, sales'and area development for Central Power and question, Moyers said President The industry's last offer was Light Co., presents a Gold Medallion Award to Bruce Collins Sr. of Corpus Christi Theatres Inc., who owns the new Woodlawn Theatre. This is the first allJ o h n s o n , who successfully 40.6 cents. sought an eight-day postpone- Unverified reports that the electric theater served by CPL. The theater was visited by about 5,000 persons 10 major steel companies had yesterday at its open house. Regular showings began today. offered to raise the ante for a settlement were denied by a ed in the lobby of Cleveland's high administration source. RAIN SOAKS 1,000 new convention center. However, another reliable Manry sailed alone from Falsource said the industry was mouth, Mass., to Falmouth, Engready to boost its offer slightly at the time the talks were moved land, arriving Aug. 17 after 78 here from Pittsburgh Monday. days at sea. The union reportedly also was Tomorrow Manry will fly to prepared to make concessions, the Ohio State Fair at Columbus Mayor Mclver Furman will dropping its demand to 48.9 address a Rotary Club luncheon cents. Robert and Curtis Lee Smith, president in the governor's plane, returnCLEVELAND, (fl at noon tmorrow in the Driscoll The union reportedly was cit- Manry, who sailed alone cross of the Chamber of Commerce ing late in the day to attend a Hole]. "The Time is Ripe'' will ng new Commerce Department reception given by the acting igures in arguing that White the Atlantic in a 1%-foot boat, who represented Mayor Ralph British consul here, Redmond be the topic of his speech. House wage guidelines of 3.2 per was given a hero's welcome in S. Locher. C. Carroll. The 30 Plus Club will meet cent should be b o o s t e d to the rain when he returned here After his greeting at planefrom 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. to- at least 3.4 per cent. arrivel from But a White House source in- today. I guess I brought some side following his went into the MUSICAL morrow at Lindalc RecreaNew York, Manry "Gee, tion Canter for dancing and dicated the union would get of the Atlantic weather to Cleve- terminal where he was greeted refreshments. Tony's Band nowhere with the argument. 500 Among INSTRUMENTS 9 "It's not at all that simple," and with me," the 47-year-old by another werepersons. children will play on the patio. A the crowd many Clarinets 29 °p donation of 50 cents a per- he source said in conceding' skipper of the red-sailed Tinker- waving small U.S. flags. 95 about 1,000 rainson will be asked. Visitors that new government figures belle told people who greeted The program for "Robert Trumpets..._„ 24 up showed a higher gross national drenched are welcome. in13 88 up product in recent years than ijm at Cleveland Hopkins In- Manry Day" in Clevelandcivic Guitars cluded a parade and a ernational Airport. Loans made en any Overall winners of South Tex- previously reported. luncheon. article of value as Bridge Association team of The source said the guidelines to He thanked them for coming Sharing the limelight with the the four play last night were James might be revised upward next Gov. airport to welcome him. mustachioed Manry will be his James A. Rhodes, who ALAMO Vaughan, Dick Andrus, Byron]year, but not now. extended greetings on behalf of boat, the sturdy, 37-year-old Economidy. Dr. L. M. Draper Johnson has strongly hinted Ohio to Manry, told the crowd. Tinkerbelle, air-freighted into LOAN & JEWELRY 705 N. Chaparral and Mrs. Jim Lcmbka. The as-j he will stick l° Ms insistence 'If this man can spend 78 days Cleveland last night. It will be TU 4-4021 sociatinn meets every Tuesday that the industry grant a set- on the Atlantic alone, we can towed in the parade by the lead tlement in the 3.2 per cent at 7:45 p.m. in the Town Club, si and a few minutes in the car, which will carry Manry and 701 N. Water. Next Tuesday's range without a steel price hike. rain to greet him." his family. A 3.2 session will be the monthly mas- amount per a cent increase would to three-year package ter point game. DURING THE OPEN 7 .M. of 42 cents on top of steelwprk- WITH THE governor on the Tinkerbelle will be luncheon the JU^'tl OPEN 7 PP.M. »«TiCU» on display in list of welcome-home speakers ers' present wage and fringe HUSH 7:15-11:30 were Thomas Vail, publisher the Sheraton - Cleveland Hotel AROUND 9:50 Escondido Funds benefits of $4.40 per hour. and editor of the Plain Dealer ballroom. On the last three days .vhere Manry is a copyreader, of this week it will be exhibit-

SAN FRANCISCO.'W - Apro San Jose, Calif., night club opcess server penetrated the se- erator, and Norman Weiss, a curity forces guarding the representative of 'the General Different Varieties of ties at their Cow Palace con- Artists Corp. of America, the certs and handed them singers' American agents. summonses in a $500,000, breach Silen said the damage action filed Aug. 23 in ra of contract suit, a San Fran- County Superior Santa C l aSan 10 INCH—12 INCH—14 INCH Court at cisco attorney reported today. Jose names the four Beatles, ANGELO'S Lawyer Harold Silen said the General Artists ' Corp., Weiss 3619 S. Staplct U13-2181 damage action summonses were and Catalana. Catalana acted as local imhanded to three of the British singing group's four members yesterday as they stepped from their limousine at the Cow Palace. FALL TERM Silen said negotiations are unBALLET TOE der way with attorneys for the MODERN Beatles for possible settlement • ACROBATIC • TAP of the action brought by Tom Donahue and Bob Mitchell, San TUNt IN CHANNEL 3 SUNDAY. AUGUST 29 at 4:00 P.M. for our DANCE SHOW Francisco disc jockeys. Donahue and Mitchell claim DORIS & EARL QUjDORT they had an oral agreement conL-RAE DANCE firmed by letters of intent to promote and handle the Beatles' STUDIO Cow Palace appearance. They charge they were "free recital costumes" dropped as the San Francisco EVERHART & AVALON UL3-2035 promoters April 6 as a result of persuasion by Paul Catalana,

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