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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 10, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina wednesday april to. 191# More about u. S. Subscribes a continued from rage one shipped Jones said the Money would be advanced under the commitment but he considered unlikely that ships would be available. Sweden�?115,000.000, of which none has been spent. Finland a $30,000,000 allocated of which $7,000,000 has been spent and More than $3,000,000 made subject to commitments. The Export import rank also newly organized 5recinct league flays a Bossis Renfrow and Stansbury attacked by Greensboro group though it created some dissuasion in political circles today meeting of the newly organized Guilford county precinct league j1h8 approved a commitment of ii Greensboro last night evoked $1,, to Iceland no purim comment from the leaders j chases have been made but if the democratic party in the Jones said that if Iceland Nee Dily. Re the Money to Liny american a a it a the old Situ Ping crowd goods it would be available. Lying to dress itself up in a neat the state department it was Pring one prominent dem j reported that the last official a Herat said a but other than that word received from Oslo was at have nothing to say.�?�4 la a. Rn., e.s.t., yesterday. That the league last night Artel was left incomplete when the Tel Odem cling a political Ombina j graph operator broke it off with ions a using the names Wade the explanation a air raid. Have \ Kenfrow and George l. Stans to run u1y _ pledged itself to Reform i so far As the state department politics in Guilford by removing knew today the full staff of the la office holders from seats of american legation with the exile party a executive committee j caption of the american minister Frank l. Paschal the new mrs j. Borden Harriman was county chairman who replaced still on duty in Oslo. Mrs. Harri Hoinast c. Hoyle jr., after a Mun accompanied the norwegian Church school and Woodmen m Culler is named Home responsible manager Here for r Al Honor n it Lonill lend a Battle Between a new Alii Inee of High Point Rural Gull lord and certain Greensboro ele government yesterday when it left the capita before the and Vance of German troops and set tents and the Shuping Hoyle up Dew Headquarters at Hamar Ampton faction in Greensboro farther Inland. As at the meeting and he Aljens Hokl Akk Pii in anyone Proser to prove his 111 Iii in a a w ii la any political Lique it to blk another phase of the scandinavian situation which held the Mcdanel Lewis accepted the j attention of state department of Challenge and unleashed a furious stack upon or Pachal which ii vials today was the possibility of removing americans from scan Ras applauded wildly by the some Dina via. Decisions on that ap-50 attendants. Beaded to depend on whether said or. Lewis a i link this i diplomatic reports showed any faceting in very kind to listen to likelihood of danger to american citizens in this newest area of military operations. Iii the trash or. Paschal a it liven us. He ought to know by Low that none of us recognize a a a a Quot Quot tit aim As chairman of the Guilford by the assemblage both of which democratic executive to Ommittee. I pledge the removal of county my know that the meeting at stut it and Federal employees Dom Rulch he claims he was elected be executive committee and one Ras not Only illegal hut fraud j which made Ion Fly held a messes. Renfrow and Stansbury. Two resolutions were adopted one of the resolutions further Frida y must Ken in this City us so bjs1 Sims pledged that a vigorous Campaign will be conducted in precincts to pc a to it run a Quot rest control of the county rom # Sai Uri a Mittee from arsons now governing it. Asked what they meant when they asserted the meeting was a Shuping controlled a local politicians answered 44look at the big names a pointing to George Hampton Law partner of c. L. A Shuping controlled a local poli rotary of the league Mcdaniel Lewis o. W. Duke Ben l. Ward Joseph p. Shore and so on. Thomas Turner jr., formerly of High Point was named on the publicity committee. Or. Hoyle was present As a silent Spectator. Tuft Fiu Jet a also a Comboy cartoon serial Paramount Mikler and is k Ide Goldsboro april Clinton Jones 23-year-old negro for nation s youth increasingly Large numbers hearing mrs. Overton in clinics Here increasingly Large numbers Are hearing mrs. Grace Sloan Overton who is directing a clinic on marriage and the Christian Home at Wesley memorial Church this week. Last night feathers in the Public schools were specially invited to hear mrs. Overton speak on a who is responsible for youth a a it is youth a she said a who must pay the Price of War youth who must suffer most from the conflict now raging in warring countries. A in America we Are child and youth conscious yet for All our wealth we have More suffering More need among children than i any other country. Malnutrition. Juvenile delinquency Are increasing social disease is spreading among our people. Six million Young men and women Are out of jobs one and a half million tramp boys and tramp girls Are going up and Down the country with no sense of direction. No object in life. A the responsibility for youth a mrs. Overton insists a lies with the Home the Public school the Church. If these agencies would work together for youth we would have delinquency fewer maladjusted lives among Young tonight at 7 30 o clock mrs. Head thursday de Emmet Bradshaw Between 50 and 75 members of the Woodmen of the world from High Point Are expected to go to Greensboro thursday night to attend a banquet which will be Given at the King Cotton hotel at 7 of clock to Honor de Emmet Bradshaw of Omaha neb., National president of the organization. Between 400 and 500 persons the l Tate j. M. Broughton manufacturer to manage gubernatorial Campaign Here Broughton for governor Headquarters today announced the appointment of r. B. Culler local manufacturer As Campaign manager for the High Point area. Or Culler who has resided in this City the major portion of his life owns and operates the National upholstery company. He is a member of the Green Street Baptist Church and is president of the local chapter of the National Monarch club. For Many years or. Culler has been a Leader in religious and civic movements for the betterment of the City and the Community. In a statement issued in conjunction with his acceptance of the Campaign Post or. Culler urged High Point electors to support or. Broughton whom he described As being a eminently qualified to serve As governor of the a through the years a he said a emr. Broughton has manifested a keen interest in the religious civic and political life of this state. By reason of his training and wide Range of experience his unusual knowledge of the history and tradition of the people of this state and his ability to express himself ably on All vital matters pertaining to the growth and Progress of this state he is eminently qualified to serve As governor of Overton will speak on the us of a a in Over the state Are expected Jet a a today a children and to in attendance at the banquet ses razor Row a j Aion and the dance which will Fol at to of clock this morning Loa the Junior service league at among those who will be in tended in a body to hear mrs. Attendance will he Dan c. Boney Overton discuss a women in state insurance commissioner the present Gen who will Welcome or. Bradshaw elation is a strategic one. The j to North Carolina speaker said because women Are approximately 25 persons Are getting rid of uncertainties and expected to attend from Ashe giving up old patterns of living Boro. 25 from Thomasville and i tended Wake Forest College for new ones. They Are no about 15 from Denton and 15 where he graduated in 1910, and longer thought of As merely from Randleman George d. A Harvard University wives and mothers but As human ter District representative of the i the candidate was principal of personalities. Women Are learn Goodmen said. Highlights in the career of the Raleigh candidate a a career in w hich he has won esteem As a teacher a journalist and a lawyer a were cited to indicate his experience and training. Or. Broughton he said comes from one of the oldest families in the state he received his elementary and secondary education in Raleigh schools and later at More about defending Continuer from i age one Between the two countries however. Danish fishermen reported that 12 German warships were in Copenhagen today and that 10.000 German soldiers had been landed there. Elverum is Only 25 Miles from the Border of Neutral Sweden which might provide another Refuge for the government if norwegian troops Are unable to Stem the German Advance. German forces were transported to the Battle zone by bus yesterday. Aerial reinforcements were brought up later. All Frontier communication lines were broken so that nothing further could he Learned in Sweden about the fighting or where the Royal family we As today. Capital quiet reports from Oslo said the captured norwegian capital was quiet with newspapers appearing As usual British planes appearing Over Oslo fjord were said to have caused an air raid alarm yesterday hut these reports did not mention any bombing. Streams of refugees from Denmark crossed Oresund Strait to Sweden Many of them mothers with Small children. They fled the German occupation in any kind of boat since the regular ferry traffic was at a standstill. Fishermen were asking 200 swedish crowns $461 for the trip which ordinarily costs a half Crown 12 cents Norway in the Middle of a fight Between two would be protectors Germany and the allies a and with her own ranks divided. Faced the likelihood that her terrain would become the Northern front of the european War. Almost helpless shorn of the Chance of Active Aid from Sweden. Norway s Only real Hope of fighting German invasion Lay in Allied promises which were in turn contingent upon a struggle for control of the approaches to shores. Seagrove Man has weather License revoked John Trogden convicted of driving drunk John Trogden of Seagrove was fined $50 and the costs and his driving License revoked for 12 months for driving drunk by judge d. C. Macrae this morning in the municipal court. Several lottery cases were heard and Given jury trials. Flanders Peterson negro ii Alder Street was fined $25 and costs. Prayer for judgment was continued in the Case of m. U. Ashmore charged with driving drunk. Other cases disposed of this morning included the following Eugene Hamilton negro 703 Redding operating lottery jury trial. Maggie Little negress 1217 Kivett drive operating lottery jury trial. Byron Gibson 1204 South main Street disorderly conduct continued. James Ingram negro Kilby hotel assault nol pros. Alvin Tyson negro Fairview Street assault half the costs. R. Vav. Hedrick Lenoir Reck Iak Al weather noon today. It Dow yesterday. A High yesterday. <18 North Carolina increasing cloudiness and warmer tonight thursday Cloudy probably showers in West portion slightly warmer in East portion. South Carolin generally fair somewhat warmer tonight thursday increasing cloudiness followed by showers at night and in extreme Northwest portion in afternoon slightly warmer in East portion. Virginia fair tonight thursday increasing cloudiness and warmer followed by showers at night and in a try me West portions thursday afternoon. Hinds Sandy Hook to Hatteras moderate West winds tonight becoming moderate Southeast and South on thursday Over North portion and gentle North and Northeast winds tonight becoming Southeast on thursday Over South portion weather fair tonight and thursday. Hatteras to Jacksonville fair moderate Northeast winds shifting to less driving nol pros with leave. I Southeast and South thursday fair Charles Lowe Concord violating prohibition Law continued. W. F. Haywood traffic ordinance judgment suspended. I. B. Hill. 206 Tomlinson reckless driving continued. Gilbert Bennett 922 Gurley assault jury trial. Jinmie Morris colonial diner Law weather tonight partly overcast thursday. Charlotte. April apr official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the principal Cotton growing areas and elsewhere station h violating prohibition lamp nol i Asheville. 47 pros with leave. I Atlanta. 60 Margaret Kitchie Lexington Augusta. 66 speeding. Judgment suspended. By Mangham. 66 Sam Truitt English Street ex-1 Rar a ton l. R fall 34 of 70 tension larceny and receiving Charlotte ing to function outside the Home to become useful members of the Community in which they live. Biologically. Psychologically morally socially and spiritually women have been emancipated mrs. Overton said and have become conscious. 63 capias Chicago. 45 it i Columbia. 68 Harvey Spaul 161 Mill Street a it nver e speeding continued. Detroit a 52 w. L. Albertson. 210 month Tell j Evansville 56 red Light judgment suspended galveston71 Florine Parker negress 1416 j Greensboro. 57 furlough Street assault judg j Hatteras. 63 her i ment suspended. I Jacksonville. 73 Margaret Parker negress 1416 key West. 86 i a Der pressure of a demarche furlough Street assault judg Little Rock. �5 from Germany. Sweden promised Niento suspended. J to Angeles. 72 Memphis. 65 More about British said continued from Page one a High school in Franklin county j Adolf Hitler strict neutrality hut Mary Parker. Negress 1416 j for two years which position he j reserved full Freedom to take j furlough Street assault judg j resigned in 1912 to take a Job on j measures deemed necessary for intent suspended. J the news staff of the Winston maintenance of that neutrality. Francis Gaddy negro. 1213 i. Later he was a Sweden is Norway a next door be Meridian. Miami. Mola St. P. Mobile. It. Mitchell 68 81 43 71 28 Salem journal. Later he was a Sweden is Norway a next doors Pearson Street assault judg Tive superintendent of Wak neighbor linked to her by 1,000 ment suspended. New o,.ieang 72 county schools. Smiles of land Frontier and Long Mozel Gaddy negress 1213 new York. Be i after studying Law at Harvard i collaboration in foreign policy. Pearson Street assault judg Raleigh. 63 r it the raids yesterday they had scored or. Broughton returned to Ravs is i Trai Sukdev ment suspended. San Antonio. 83 or tie Arlah it to a a a a i Quot Quot u a. Or a Ivy Branch. Martinsville va., san Francisco. 63 Manl a. T touting taxi Bill on Lnu a. ,an a to �?�nn0ll"c�?Td a a Jack Cabin 200 Bant Ruzell. Tamp. No kit that Germany hat asked beating Board Bill pay Lull i we a a ton. 57 and x Tad a Quot an out of by Quot and Wum Toimi. La Sweden had u Xie armr it 319 South i the refugee norwegian Tovern s,re<�?~1 do a a Erly conduct painting local county ment at Hamar 60 Miles North of their plat a in the world Ilia on four Allied battled helps. Two i wry to practice. To we judge e a 1 of recorders courts in Zebulon. # a of _ _ aide by Avdey with men and make j Battle Cru Laera. Three heavy Crula a or reorder a tonne in Zebulon. A worthy contribution to the life or and two transport but the Little River Apex and Fuquay of today she urged those pre British admiralty said that Only Spring. He became a member of sent to be first of All Good wives two warship., were a lightly dam the Board of trustees of Wake and Mother to participate in aged by splinters. Fore. And was president of the outside activities that would Lead whereabouts of the British Bat Raleigh chamber of Commerce to the building of a better tie Fleet was not known. Naval an it. The North Carolina bar world to learn to think in i circles pointed out that in a Uch j a awl Aljon Tell gently and forthrightly and widespread action As apparently a �?~"36, or. Broughton was to become More aware of the still was continuing along the of note speaker at the democratic j German controlled regime it up Coats 30 44 30 51 39 40 41 36 30 43 64 37 48 50 67 46 53 43 30 59 41 47 20 56 39 40 63 52 39 35 40 44 of .00 oooo of .0� oooo oooo oooo Oil oooo oooo .06 oooo .14 of 04 oooo oooo .00 oooo .0 of turn Vroman occur plod of log Quot Donled build no t0 be started lit had reigned in favor of or i by a of . Tair and As spa project thursday dignity and importance of their norwegian coast and Over a big stat convention. Hot and killed his wife Chris-1 places in the scheme of things area in the North sea it would he today he is one of the states. In Aoi Incani ipod i Lent la i a in a n tin. 19. Last night and then _. Killed himself with the same Pis i More about today Center another drama As stirring As a a Pasteur and a the Story of or. Ehrlich a a magic Bullet Quot starring Edw g. Robinson a aug a color cartoon Broadhurst to inn run to him men run from him he s Good and had Cesar Romero Jean Rogers a in a Quot Viva Cisco kid Quot today thursday Tol detective l. Ported today. O. Rhodes re i Clum my Ather of Norw a in prohibition . Four month wort on painting of the county Ink Mooin purty _ suspended for two years and building in High Point will get Uruguay plans to build a a 11- Way to the brazilian Frontier starts tomorrow thrills Anh Romance Down Mexico w a plan removal continued front Page one sunday school at Tabernacle Bap in Raleigh since impossible to transmit More than the Barest details. Britain claimed other successes. In synchronized air forays j Gat Church against the German Fleet off Berj 1913. Gen southwestern Norway one a would mile likewise for Amor Quot a Quot a a Quot a Congress expects session Wuttig Linnet another three times the commune. Ii up out Iii i a i to ii ii t Kwh Lue ssi i and a British submarine to adjourn in Early june ,1,7. My or torpedoed. German Cruiser off 3�?out direct on three mtr Xor Way Man Ltd Washington. April it is thought that the Cruiser a majority at Oslo under 53-year-old major i Jeanette Huntley. Negress 733 \ Idun Quisling one time defense East Washington Street Violat special to the Enterprise Greensboro april to Leader Rayburn of Pended for two years and Premier Johan Nygaard Vold costs. Underway tomorrow under a spa at Hamar ordered a hot denial k h. Hut Fine Elon College project for re painting of four yesterday that it had stepped out traffic ordinance $5. County owned structures in Guil and he sought to rally norwegians Paul Vaughn Henderson to Ford county. Not already under nazi Domina lating prohibition Law jury costs the other three buildings to be Hon to oppose the German in w. B. Collins. 406 South painted Are the courthouse Here Croach ment. Street speeding half the costs j the Guilford county Sanatorium a swedish journalist who wit Gilmer Davis route three red and the county Home. Twenty nested occupation of Oslo it was Light $5. Five men under the supervision of carried out by 400 germans after Crawford of Trull Greensboro Harry Waynick Are at work on suborder Quot shh Autry _ t put my an the House said he and Senate a four hour Minatre Blitzkrieg. I speeding half the Costa. % i this project which will Cost priority Leader Barkley told he said that on his Way to Oslo Carl Lackey t h o in a a v i i i e proximately $20,000. Of that president Roosevelt today that yesterday morning he saw several Road violating prohibition Law j amount the county provides 25.1 Well along with trains filled with civilians fleeing costs. Per cent for materials the adjourn june i and to. Matinee 13c night 20c Cantina he a getting closer to y o a lean freighters in port at be Gen. Tho freighters Are being held there temporarily their i a Quot a a admiralty capacity is Small. Pounced. The Sui department hats the about i so americana living in at Oyer raid waa regarded a. Only Coni Reaa a. Norway and Denmark. Many of prelude to a crashing ayin its work and would be ready to the capital. He said he found a these however Are married to phony of Shell fire from the adjourn june i and to. Noly Surprise and indignation that Arris inc in us it in atut norwegians or Danes or have world s heaviest naval guns for a the englishmen have provoked Uriv Conj in Volji no i in close relatives there and do not the admiralty communique failed on neutrality patrol during the a German attack evidently with my Tyrl Folk of Fitina Ftp want to leave. Probably less to divulge the w hereabouts of the Spanish War out being Able to take the con-1nl�#ltniwvj Jill Vinu in than half would go. J British Battle Fleet. J upon the outcome of the Brit j sequence44 the department still has Avail six destroyers gone ish French allies getting an sex Able a portion of the $500,000 i since the War began last sept. Ish Fleet action depended the special fund voted by Congress to Nix other British destroyer possibility of the butt Ash French at the beginning of the european have been lost with 583 men. Allies getting an expeditionary War for the assistance of Amer a a for reasons of National inter Force immediately into Norway leans in Europe. Bulletin county resident today special to the Enterprise Greensboro. April to a county officers this afternoon through his right shoulder stumbled into Joe Roberson a Blacksmith shop and said that he had been shot by an unidentified person while he was walking in the Woods nearby with his Rifle. He said he was shot from behind and did not see his assailant. He was brought to a Hospital a treat in Romance Quot remember a a starring a Robert Taylor Greer Garson Lew Ayres Carolina Topper takes a trip with Roland Young Constance Bennett is Bare i a night 20c Rialto More about germans admit continued from Page one Roosevelt redefines european combat zone est Quot amplification of the com-1 which with Denmark was invade i Mun que was refused. Winston1 de yesterday in a German coup. I Churchill first lord of the Admir reports of the naval engage laity was to give the House of it ments portrayed them As the to Scandinavia i commons a statement on the a w Ashington april to. A operations this evening. It Battu of Jutland May �?z1, _ president Roosevelt asserting that the scandinavian 111. Sald both a Des were Affre Dent k eve. Were investigating the mysterious Herzl in an ambulance for treat shooting of Joe Mcdaniels about int of he of it und. 35, of the Yanceyville Road Sev eral Miles North of Greensboro. I to a Paz Bolivia sent Grimsby Mcdaniels with a Bullet wound i England $300 for minesweepers. Ships by either two or three j operations were Only beginning. Bombs two Battle cruisers by one j British sources contended that bomb each. Two heavy cruisers germany4 Cruiser strength Al with two and one bombs respect ready was greatly depleted. Ger Ivey one Cruiser w As set afire Many acknowledged today that the supported for the first time in history by great swarms of bombing and combat planes. Admiralty silent the British admiralty Trad utter. Blucher end Ellen neither confirmed signed a proclamation today redefining the combat area set up in european Waters last november. There was no immediate word on the Waters included in the area As defined in the new pro contest run wed. . Winner announced in sunday paper. I ready had been sunk. Tack on Narvik on the norwegian had built or had under construe the a a Man Stry announced Northwest coast. The British i lion five heavy Cruiser tour me claimed a direct hit on a Ger odium cruisers and six Light Cruis Nian Cruiser of a 6,000-ton class j ers. They contended three now in Bergen Harbor also on the had been sunk and four damaged West roast on the other hand they said Brit Ach now ledge misses Ain started the War with 179 de the German cruisers a know i-1 Stroyer against Germany s 22. Edged lost under norwegian coast j10 admiralty communique a1 fire were the 10,000-ton follows Beecher a vessel completed Only i a British destroyers attacked that Royal air Force bombers a drove Home s series of attacks against German cruisers in Bergen fjord on Norway a southwestern coast and said a one Cruiser was hit and seriously scandinavian reports however were More sanguinary. A swedish traveler returning to Stock is August sunk in olso fjord to Bemy tones in Nanik at Dawn harm related that the British and the 13-year-old 6,000 ton today encountered Strong Karlsruhe sunk similarly at i opposition. I. .1.Hunter Kristiansand after safeguarding was a a a e.f.1. The Landing of troop. By uti a Nami cafe hostess starts sunday april huh Preston e is Elk Ann do lit a Palace theatre a Salem Street a Thomasville of Footit he in 1 ran ashore. The remainder with Drew. A no details of casualties on these ships Are yet available hut Complete lists will be published had sunk a German Cruiser at Solvar. On the Vest fjord opposite the far Northern port of Narvik. Norway. Farther South at Ron Helm. The swedish press reported that British warships were believed ready to Force a passage into Antiseptic coming tomorrow a Granny get your gun with May Robson last times of a stars of tomorrow a admission 25c last times today a legion of lost flyers with Kich Ako Arlen a also serial and comedy admission or or except thus. Adi its i a Gnu it of and Kati a ii a is children. Ioc As soon As possible and the next that port where four German cd Kini May be assured that they Cru ii it Srb were so id to he an will he informed by Telegram chord. Without delay. J other reports concerning that enemy losses Are not yet err Nan coupled City said Brit known for certain but there is \ Iyih a old Ger mall Nova forces m m Kroc s sea conflicts reported going on Berlin april 10 up a German air squadrons Are engaging in Battle with the kit ish Navy a at several Point a in tile Northern part of tile North sen do it the official German new Agency re-l�ort4nl today. Tim Agency said German scouting plane first encountered the bluish units then warned fighting plane squadrons which went immediately to the attack. An unconfirmed report from j were mane vering offshore in Stockholm that a German Culler Tua incl la Bod norwegian sea. Was suck. One of our sub on dig St ale summing up the reports from Rainbow diner try one of our delicious Steak sandwiches with Susi q potatoes �1 sunk. One of marines torpedoed an enemy a i Cruiser off South Norway last night and it is thought that the Cruiser was sunk. Bombers attack Coli sek a bombers of the air Force at a talked an enemy Cruiser off Ber x a it la Nuhi ant obtained one hit. Bombers of the Fleet air Arm also All sources naval observers expressed belief that big stale naval warfare was in Progress from the Skagerrak on the South to Narvik above the Arctic Circle. Winston Churchill first lord j Center Edward g. Robinson in a Cdr. Of the admiralty kept Vigil in Erh Lieha magic feature at attacked an enemy Tjie admiralty s famed old map i 19-316-5 13-7 13-9 13. What does he look like ? Cruiser in Bergen this morning and obtained three room. A a. Broadhurst a Viva Cisco kids with the Hunter a destroyer of 0.f,Vei 8 eur a Cesar Romero and Jean Rogers. Fea. In a a by of the German Fleet to Sally lure at 1256-20-4 24-6 08-7.58-9 36. A a into the North and norwegian seas to cover troop Landing of Paramount a a remember Quot with Rob j in his face and win tickets to see him in the Vin visible hah rett Lyhs it 1,335-ton displacement with a Normal complement of 175 men was launched in 1936. Her armaments included four 4.7-Inch guns six smaller guns and eight 21-Inch torpedoes. The Hardy also built in 1936, is of 1,505 tons displacement $ and armed and manned similarly to tile Hunter. The Hunter was damaged by a mine on May 13, 19 37, while relations on Norway a coasts indicated that the British Fleet deliberately allowed the enemy to reach the High seas in the Hope of crippling or destroying it. First Prii will be $2.50 in Rush to other prizes of 2 ticket each to Vee the Ert Taylor and Greer Garson. Fea a invisible Man returns coming to the Broadhurst theatre for 3 Day Turea at 1 20-3 20-5 20-7 20-9 20. Carolinas Topper take a trip Quot with Constance Bennett and Roland Young. Features at 1 00-2 42-4 24-6 06-7 48-9 30. Starting sunday april 14th. Cut out and fill in the above head As you think the a invisible Many will appear in the picture the invisible Man returns prizes will be awarded for the most original the Cleverest and for the drawings most Uke a the invisible contest closes Friday night april 12. Mail or bring contest entries to Uon i i test editor Broadhurst theatre. Contest winners will be announced in sunday Foster and Ann Dvorak features at Rny it irks ill Io-1 21-3 03-4 45-6.27-8 06-9 50. A pc birr me military requirements have j Rialto a cafe hostess with Preston j Chi soil a shortage of leather for shoes in France. T

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