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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Cedar Rapids, IowaFeatures Jef Quot Wohld. Society program listed floor show at dance tonight club one-9-teen today announced the program a floor show to be presented during the Semi formal dance this evening in the clubroom. Rex Watson Center director will present the Honor Roll and Rose Marie Jun will entertain with a songs you love to Roy Lee will present Quot tantalizing taps Quot and Chuck Loufek will give a Boogie Boogie included in the floor show will be magician Bob Elgas and Bill Britton music will be furnished by Bill Stanley and his orchestra. Mary Beard a wartime mothers need Relief in Home nursing by Mary Beard. Director. Nurse a service. American red Cross. There Are few Homes that Are Lucky enough to escape illness indefinitely. Yours is probably no exception. While caring the sick in the Home is usually considered Mother s Job she May now be running a 8 War Plant and needs to learn nursing Short cuts to conserve her time and Energy. Or perhaps someone else will have to take her place to meet the emergency. In these Days of nurse shortages the patient can to afford to be too particular about who takes care of him but he does have a right to expect that some member of the family will know what Good nursing care is so that he will be assured of safety and Comfort. Use judgment. Perhaps you have certain inherent qualities that distinguish the Good Home nurse. If you did no to inherit them you can acquire them with a Little study and practice. Some of the most important Are Power of observation sense of responsibility Good judgment sympathy and patience lot of it. Added to these qualities you will need to learn How to observe signs of illness and to describe them accurately to the doctor How to carry out the doctor s instructions intelligently How to keep a sick person clean and comfortable How to Quot protect yourself and the family from contracting a communicable disease from a sick person in your care. So Many doctors have gone into the army that it Isnit always possible to get one when you want him. That does no to mean you bother trying to Call a doctor when someone is ill. But it does mean that you must use Good judgment and neither Call him unnecessarily nor delay calling him when he is really needed. Women in War work interviewed mrs. Bessie Plotz 921 Twenty first Street be who is employed by Wilson and company. By Dora Jane Hamblin. You live a Long distance front the Plant mrs. Plotz. How do you get to and from work a woman who lives with me brings me Down in the morning but she gets through before i do so i take the bus Home at night. How Long have you worked Here 20 years. That a quite a record. Arc you doing the same Type of work you were when you started yes i am. In a in the sausage department and High now in a preparing casings the stuffing. That ought to make you the sausage stuffing expert of the company after 20 years it i guess so i still like my Job and i still like sausage too arc you working longer hours now than before the War yes there a quite a bit More work. I guess some of it goes overseas but i done to know sure. Have you sons in service yes i have three of them. I have eight children All together All four of my girls Are married and living Here and i have one son still in Cedar rapids he works Universal engineering. Are your sons overseas one of them is. Robert is a Corporal and he a somewhere in Italy he has been overseas More than 27 months and he was in the army a year before that. He a been in Africa Sicily and now Italy. I have to Knock on Wood because he Hasni to been Hurt at All in All that time. Does he write you much about Italy he does no to Tell us anything except that he a . And working hard. We hear from him every 10 Days or two weeks unless he a too Busy to write awhile. Where arc the other boys John is an aviation Cadet in Texas he a been in service almost a year and wants to be an aviation instructor. Then Leo he s a corporals is in the paratroops at Camp Forrest Tenn. He a been in a year too. All the boys say they like it Fine in the army. That leaves you All alone at Home does no to it no one of my daughters and her Little girl live with me. My daughters husband Lester Shulista is going to the Navy so she a with me. Its sure a Comfort to have her and my granddaughter with me mrs. Bessie Plotz. Too when All the others Are gone. That a my Only granddaughter but i have five grandsons. Any sons in Law in have you service yes Joe Nemec or just finished his Boot training at Farra gut Idaho. When Lester goes training i la have three sons and two sons in Law in the army and Navy. Do you plan to work after the War Well my children have been after me to Stop but id like to work As Long As the War is on to help As much As i can. After its Over if everything turns out . And my boys get Home i May Slop. Have you a Victory Garden yes i have a Good sized Garden. In be always had one though so i done to know if you could Call it a Victory Garden or not. Is there any rationed article you re real anxious to buy after the War no i done to thing so. We have plenty just the Way it is. I done to go without anything i really need. Do you think the allies should bomb Rome if the germans keep troops in it yes i do. They should go ahead and bomb anything that has germans in it i think saving lives of our soldiers is More important than buildings. What do you think we should do with Germany after this War i just think there be any More Germany Are there More women in your department Here at Wilson a than there were before the War of yes a lot More. Lots of them have boys in service too that s about All to talk about when we get together at lunch time. Movies make a rubbish comedy with Quot Hargrove Quot see Here private with Robert Walker Donna Reed. Keenan Wynn Ond Robert bin Chulcy. An Mem picture directed by Wesley rustles. At the Paramount theater. Be Here private Hargrove a is a Wistful and often amusing comedy about the army misadventures of a likable but blundering Chap named private Hargrove. Its humor is As rubbish and winsome As that of the Alan car Ney Wally Brown Cinema series a rookies in Burma was crudely exuberant the latter is supposed to be buried by the Way following an army hint that it was a Little too Racket. There will be few mourners Marion Hargrove Robert Walker is a Happy but Sloppy news paper reporter who can t got names right his managing editor and who can to get the army right his top sergeant. As a result he spends his first five Days in uniform on k.p., considerable time in subsequent weeks polishing garbage cans. Chief among the mercenary characters private Hargrove meets is private Mulvehill Keenan Wynn who 1 Sells him a $5 Blind Date that does no to exist 2 euchre him out of most of the prospective income a Book he has in the Mill on the army experiences of Hargrove it Al 3 gets them both Ira is feared to a my lie relations and thereby earns the contempt of Battery mates. Both have a change of heart in time to go overseas and bring the film to an ethical conclusion. Private Mulvehill did not figure it that Way of course but in the meantime the Blind Date which he so rudely sold without the consent of the girl Donna Rcd has developed into quite a Case. For her Sake private Hargrove settles Down to make Corporal a rank he manages to hold just one Walker whom you will remember from a a Bataan and Madame Curie a plays private Hargrove with easy Good humor that neatly wraps up the whole show like a piece of chinese poetry his ingenuous Charm works equally Well on the audience and on Donna Reed the delightful dish from Denison. Bill Phillips has a noticeable bit As one of the charter members of the Marion Hargrove beneficial association so does Bob Benchley in a couple of chuckly scenes anyway the show has proved popular at army Camps with audiences who Are in a rather Good position to appreciate the source material. It is sure to go Down As one of the belter comedies of the Farmer. Student denied course because of Jap descent Philadelphia apr a Phi Beta Kappa student at the University of Pennsylvania will not be Able to do graduate work there because she is of japanese descent although she was born in a suburb of Philadelphia. Attractive Naomi Nakano 19, awarded the key of Phi Beta Kappa National honorary Scholastic society in her Junior year at the University was recommended by the department of philosophy Lor a graduate scholarship. The recommendation was approved by the schools graduate Council but a under present rules the University will not be Able to give miss Nakano the scholarship a or. Edwin p. Williams Dean of Pennsylvania a graduate school said. The rules provide that no new japanese students be admitted regardless of their citizenship. Enrolled japanese students May Complete their courses he said miss Nakano is to receive her Bachelor of arts degree from Penn july 1. The Young woman president of her class last year and currently president of the student government association and vice chairman of the regional Council of the student Christian association movement of the Middle Atlantic Region said after an interview with or. Williams that she would accept a Bryn mawr College Fellowship. Maryland democrats reject . Mandate Baltimore my. Ins a Maryland a democratic state convention declined Friday to Send a delegation to the party a National convention instructed to vote a fourth term president Roosevelt the 24 delegates having 18 votes will be free agents at the National convention. The state convention adopted a Resolution commending president Roosevelt and Secretary of state Cordell Hull their a skillful guidance in handling our relations with the rest of the world with the sole of winning the War and perpetuating the the convention turned Down demands made by the Cio political action committee several Cio unions and the National lawyers Guild that it endorse a fourth term. A threat was made by Union representatives to Force the Issue of a fourth term on the floor but Baltimore democratic Leader. William Curran told the group that they were not running Tho party. A you people will have to get right with the party before you come Down Here and. Try to Tell us what we ought to do a Curran told the Cio group. A this is a democratic the new. Commonwealth dining room Entrance on second a cent a menu a sunday june 4 served from 12 t. 2 5 00 to 7 30. / Fhone 8-2659 reservation special dinner cafe Ken Noodle soup or chilled Tamato cocktail Fried Spring Chicken Farsi eyed new potatoes creamed fresh yellow Wax Beans fresh Garden salad Strawberry Shortcake lard Rolls butter choler of drink $1.00 Over the Back Fence by Naomi Doebel there a considerable question As to whether this june will be the month of weddings. Unless it is also a month of Many furloughs service men. But the month is started so it is time to ask a do you know Why wedding rings Are round a one answer is that the ancient egyptians believed in the Circle As a Symbol of eternity. It had no end and True love should be equally lasting. Diamonds added to the betrothal ring by the venetians have much the same significance. A women who have been wearing wedding ring several years Home laundry is becoming an increasingly important problem. Some have been bothered by the Limp Ness of laundered Rayon garments. United states department of agriculture experts say you can starch them with a couple Tablespoons of Gelatin soaked in cold water and dissolved in boiling water. Iowa state College sends the suggestion that unfinished ironing boards be Given several Coats of Good spar varnish and reinforced with Hardwood cleats on the underside to help prevent bulging the Coats of varnish will help keep the steam from Damp clothes being driven into the Wood store the ironing Board in a dry place. If you Are buying a new Board get a Well seasoned one that is at least an Inch and a half thick. The thick Wood warps less than thin. To make that porch fiber Rug last longer Brush Clear shellac Over it when first purchased and the colors will remain Bright longer also the Rug will not be so easily damaged by weather. Large rugs of any Type should not be Hung Over a line. This bends fibres at a Sharp Angle forcing them to carry the weight of the entire Rug. The fibres Are so strained that they May break. A it is recommended especially that you dry towels before putting them in the clothes hamper. This prevents Transfer of stains mildew and incubation of disease germs. If towels or any other piece in the laundry Are stained with iodine remove them with ammonia. The iodine and am Nonia unite to form a colourless compound which. Can be rinsed completely from the fabric in most instances. Joan Barry wants her Chaplin suit brought to trial Hollywood up a Joan barrys attorney Friday asked Superior court to try her paternity suit against Charlie Chaplin at the earliest possible Date. Attorney Joe Scott who took her suit after her first attorney dropped it filed an affidavit that miss Barry has no funds to support Tho child. Quot Charles Spencer Chaplin is a Multi millionaire and is Well Able to support the child who is now destitute and in urgent need of the necessaries of life a the affidavit said. Unless the action is brought to trial immediately limited financial resources of the actors former protege will prevent her from continuing to care the child soup or cocktail breaded Fork chop with Sweet relish potatoes vegetable or salad hard Rolls butter Choice of drink 85c report 17 iowans missing in action Washington apr seventeen iowans Friday were reported by the War department to be missing in action in the european area they included pvt. Arthur f Chudzinski Springville second it. Charles l. Dulin Cedar rapids pvt. William a. Duncan Tipton. Colourful ensemble flags of the Allied nations Are lined up Row upon Row to make the striking print Blouse of this new York designed ensemble that patriotically fills a number of wardrobe requirements. Both Tho Bright red Wool Slipcover and skirt go strikingly with Many other separates Ana the Blouse is As effective with a a Long dinner skirt As it is with lounging Slacks. It second youth Dies burned in crash near fort Dodge it. Dodge apr Don Chris Tensen 19, of Fonda who Only three weeks ago received a medi Cal discharge from the Navy died thursday night in a Hospital Here the second victim of an automobile Accident wednesday night. A third youth still was in critical Condi Tion in the Hospital. Christensen and Eugene Bur Ditt 19, also of Fonda died of Burns suffered when their car went into a ditch and caught fire after striking a horse on the High Way West of Fonda Burditt the Driver was pinned behind the steering wheel. James Doyle. 18, of Fonda third occupant of the car also suffered severe Burns. The three youths were returning Home when the Accident happened Christensen and Doyle escaped from the car and called help from a nearby Farmer authorities who invest gated the mishap said no inquest would be held. Belle Plaine considers building Neu City Hall of special to the Gazette. Belle plainer mayor j. Strandberg and a committee eleven were named to study prospects building a new City Hall at a meeting of business men and organization Heads Here monday evening. To be known As the memorial building the Hall will be constructed in the postwar period if plans Are carried out. Only site considered so is that of the present City Hall with Tho addition of an adjoining lot now occupied by a service station which would make the grounds 100x100. Fund raising by subscription taxation and Transfer of dead funds was suggested but both matters were delegated to the committee consideration. The building would House City offices fire department and rooms Public dinners and organization meetings. On the committee with mayor Strandberg Are the following a Charles e. Hughes american legion mrs. W. D. Little women a clubs l. L. Falck rotary club r. O. Burrow Commerce club mrs. C. R. Mccune Navy mothers club mrs. Harold eng Lang women Relief corps mrs Paul Spellman United service women a. E. Carlson City coun cil e. E. Eyler War dads mrs Anna Ruhl legion auxiliary. Notice of dissolution of Cedar rapids Candy company. Notice is hereby seven that at the adjourned annual meeting of the Stock no time to strike. Says Al president Boston up a president William Green of the american fed oration of labor said Friday that american labor has succeeded in turning the tide of Victory against Adolf Hitler but warned that a this is no time to addressing the Twenty fifth convention of the International ladies garment workers Union Algreen said the United nations Are in a position to launch an invasion of Europe a largely because of the production achievements of the workers of the Cedar rapids j Gazette sat., june 3, 194� one of the Many attractions of Royal american shows now playing a 12-Day engagement in the Shaver Road be lot under auspices of Al Kafir Temple of the shrine is Bill Kemp s motor Rome on which daredevil motorcycle riders Whiz around a perpendicular track. Royal american world s largest Midway includes 18 Heaters 30 rides and More than 100 attractions. The show lasts through saturday june 10. Navy agrees to let Brewster factory make Corsair parts Washington ins a a War production Board spokesman revealed Friday night that the Navy has agreed to permit the Long Island Plant of the Brewster aeronautical corporation to continue in operation making spare parts Corsair Navy fighter planes. Engineers meanwhile will determine whether facilities of the Plant can be used or adapted to make plane parts other firms. T. P. Wright chairman of the aircraft resources control Board reported to Charles e Wilson web executive vice chairman that he has been studying the Long Island Plant with engineers of the Goodyear tire and rubber co., and the Chance Vought aircraft co., to see whether the Brewster unit can be used Wright was sent to Long Island two Days ago by Wilson and said that it would take another week engineers to Complete their Survey of Brewster facilities. The Navy last week curtailed the Brewster contract 1,500 Corsair planes to 750 and said that All production of planes by Brewster at both the Long Island and Johnsville pa., plants must cease by july 1. Subsequently War production Board officials were ordered to see whether additional work could be found the Brewster firm and its 12,000 employees. 16 mors plead guilty to filing false claims Des Moines apr state treasurer John m. Grimes reported Friday that 16 More defendants have pled guilty to charges of making false statements in connection with filing stale gasoline tax refund claims and paid fines of $100 each. The new list brought to 157 the total number of persons a voc cute on the charge since the state gasoline tax department opened a Campaign against the filing of false refund claims last october. Average amount of the false claims detected has been $9.50. Feature time times Are those announced by the theater managements. The Gazette is not responsible late changes. Saturdays schedule. Paramount a see Here private hargrove�?��?2 11, 4 46, 721, 9.56 Short subjects a 1.20, 3 55, 6-30, 9 05. Iowa a this is the life�?T�?T�?1, 4 05, 7 10, 10 15 a yellow Canary Quot �?2 25, 5.35, 8"40. State a it happened tomorrow a 20, 4 10, 6 55, 9.45 a Sherlock Holmes and the spider woman�?��?2 55, 5 40, 8.30. Palace Quot i diddle diddle �?2 55, 6 15, 9 30 a Man from Down under�?��?1.15, 4.30, 750 Midnight show�?10 45. Rialto a riders of the Tim-berline�?��?1 10, 4 10, 7.10, 10.10 a the undying monster a 3 10, 6 10, 9.10. Times a hit the ice�?��?1 30, 4-20, 7-10, 10 a strictly in the groove�?��?3 05, 6, 8-50. Marion a a Duke of West point�?��?3-07, 6-28, 9 49 Quot Hoppy serves a writ Quot �?2, 521, 8 42, a destination tokyo�?��?11 30. Stanley Sailor wounded. Washington up a Seaman 1/c Virgil Glenn Patterson son of or. And mrs. Glenn w. Patterson Stanley la., has been wounded in action the Navy department announced Friday. Spring program in which James Melton Charles Bickford Joe e Brown and others take part Jean Bartholomew weds Joe Bigelow Edgar Bergens writer in new York this month. That s All today. See you tomorrow. Brake linings of Large bombing planes must be renewed after Only six landings. Louella Parsons in Hollywood Arleen Whelan May go Back to movies now on n. Y. Stage Hollywood ins a red haired Arleen Whelan who found movie acting Bard going went to new York and made a hit in a Doug girls Quot May have one of the Plum roles of the year Sam Goldwyn is negotiating with her a those endearing Young charms and the Only thing that stands Between Arleen and the Job is the Money question. Arleen formerly was a Star on the 20th Century Fox lot and her Story was often printed in the magazines. She was a manicurist and came to the screen without a Days experience As an actress. She is married to Hugh Owen Paramount executive and has already asked leave of absence from Wuhen Turhan Bey and Kali Arine Hepburn were making a dragon seed there was talk he had fallen hard her and sent roses every Day. She squelched those rumours so hard there were whispers that All was not so a a Rosy Between Tho actress and her leading Man. After seeing them together in a dragon seed a metro again borrows Bey from Universal to co Star with Katie in a the damask John Van Druten whose a voice of the Turtle is the hit of new York co authored this play with Lloyd Morris. Its about a High Sassi Etyc in 1909�?and with no Oriental role Turhan. # a George raft who has done so nobly by himself in a follow the boys a moves to the Fox studios. George plays one of the leads in a Knob Hill a Fred Mac Murray and Joan Bennett have the other two top spots. Elsa maxwells biography carries the intriguing title of a a in be lived by my she is tolling everything about her life in Europe her acquaintances with great diplomats authors musicians and social leaders but it starts with her Early life in san Francisco where she was born. A a snapshots of Hollywood America s first a Day Celebration is to be held at Hollywood bowl sunday with an in albanians exhorted by Hull to continue fight against nazis Washington ins a Secretary of state Cordell Hull emphasized to Little Albania Friday night that by continuing in the common fight against the nazis that fascist seized country can hasten it liberation. Hull lauded the albanian people in a statement on the fifth anniversary of the annexation of their country by Mussolini which occurred on Juno 3, 1939, when a a fascist constitutions was imposed upon them. Quot the albanian people never accepted this Constitution nor the series of puppet governments set up to administer it a Hull s statement said pursuant to his policy regarding the Independence of Small nations As reaffirmed thursday Hull added that the United states considers that a the right to Freedom under the institutions of their own choosing resides in the people of buy War Bonds today 35c til 6 00 hers a a a pin with the pin up girls a always comfortably Cool a open at a til a 90c after 1 0ftf.m. A aug �60 a child. 0c last times tonight Abbott and costello in a hit the ice plus Quot strictly in the Groove starting sunday Wing shift Mals a starring Ann Sothern Jome Craig my a s _ 1 laugh Hirr a plus a a there s something adopt a Soldier Quot a with Tom Neal a Evelyn Keyes s333j now the funniest picture now or Ever holders of Tho Cedar rapids Candy com Pony a corporation organized and exist Long under and by virtue of the Laws of the state of Iowa held at the office of the corporation at the merchants National Bank on the 26th Day of May 1944, at the hour of 9 30 . At which meeting All of the stockholders representing All of the capital Stock of sold corporation were present or represented by proxy the following Resolution wag unanimously adopted be it resolved that the corporation the Cedar rapids Candy company be and hereby is dissolved that the president and Secretary of the corporation be and hereby Are authorized and directed to sign the necessary notice of dissolution of the corporation and cause said notice of dissolution of the corporation to be published As by Law provided and proof of said publication to be filed in the office of the Secretary of state of the state of Iowa in pcs Moines. Iowa. All of the Stock represented being voted in favor of the adoption of said Resolution. Cedar rapids Candy company. By Clara m. Olney president. By Emma Saunders Rosburg Secretary. Corporate sea 100 air cooled danceland Iowa s smartest ballroom Tonitte and sunday Kite Sun. Every 4th Danee a Waltz Bob Welty and hit fashions in rhythm tuesday direct from new York s hotel Commodore Vaughn Monroe and ills orchestra the most talked of band in America featuring Del Parker Beautiful singing Star and Bobby Rickey sensational 18-yr.-old drummer co hit a the spider woman a with a Basil Rathbone Nisei Bruce Gale Sondfrgaard the popular places to to a my skate arb listed every night in to where to go column on the want and Page Louise Allbritton Ija tric Knowles Eddie Quillan Frank Jenks Bobby Brooks Quartetti Rayebery Leandris Orch. X. A. A melodrama mss a r k o r k 0 produced and direr Iod by Herbert Wilcox now showing matinee today and sunday i shot is .�7 it t if a i Shaver Road show grounds auspices Al a Iii Sirrine a trades Palace ends saturday 1 a Chi diddle diddle a Man from Down under tonight at 10 45 no extra charge Bette Davis in a old acquaintance a Victory thru Airpower 1 air conditioned i a a a a a a a a a last times today a Louis Hayward 1 Joan Fontaine 1 a Duke of i West Point Quot a a co Iii a a Hoppy serves a write Bill Boyd Andy Clyde midnite show Tonitte 11 30 a Cary Grant John Garfield a destination Tokyo Quot a no extra charge

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