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Comedy Films Prevail
On Park's Program
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY, SEPT. 3,
The coming week at the Park
Theatre will present a program
built around comedy, drama and
some historical scenes that should
give a complete variety that will
be pleasing. For the most part,
the pictures are designed to make
you forget the bluer things of life
. . . and from advance reports, they
do just that.
coTino tnHav. is the colorful
picture, "In Old California," that
recaptures we me, coiur wu oum
i nt thp reat west during the
gold ruBh. John Wayne, the star
of many hits, takes the leading
role. As an added feature, a short
'Don't Talk" will be interesting,
and timely. Also news.
Friday brings the much talked
t n;tnr "Tnmhstone" with Rich
u J -
ard Dix starring in the story ol the
town that was too tough to cue
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
W. P. DeSIIAZO, if alive or if
dead, his heirs at law, ana ms
wife, if any, by whatever name
she may be known.
Tt, Worulinta. W. P. DeChazo.
if alive or if dead, his heirs at
law, and his wife, if any, by what
ever name she may be known, will
take notice that an action en
titled na nhnva has been commenc
A in tia Knnprinr Court of Hav-
wood County, North Carolina, to
foreclose liens lor taxes due nay
wood County; and said defendants
will further take notice tnat tney
are required to appear at the office
of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of said county at the Court
house in Waynesvile, North Car
olina, within (thirty (30) days after
the 14th day of September, 1942,
and answer or demur to the Com
plaint of said action or the plaintiff
will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in said Complaint.
This the 12th day of August,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court,
No. 1218 Aug 13-20-27-Sept. 8
Dix takes the law Into his own
lionla fltirl clean nn thines. in the
typical Dix manner. A news reel
and a short, musical comeay -Room
Katitrrinir will feature a typical
western picture, with Bob Steele
m 1 M xl.-.
and Tom Tyler, in -uoae oi me
Outlaw." These hard riding, smart
fighters, recover a $98,009 payroll,
which a notorious gang nao. sioien.
Tn t.ha recovery, many things hap
pen, which keeps you guessing
as to the outcome. A fopeye car-
Innn climaYPa a COoH TrOram.
The Owl iliow ieature win siar
Regis Toomey and Adele Long
mi in "Rullet Scars" a Dicture of
a doctor and a nurse coping with
gangsters of the worse Kina. it
is spectacular, and full of touch
Sunday brings to the Park screen
o xnmoHtr nf the domestic-roman
tic-pedantic affair, that will send
the audience away with a iigni,
heart after seeing "Are Husbands
Necessary." A rather complicated
series of situations arise, but some
how, everything works out. Added
features are three short subjects
Popular Science Picture People
Concert in B Flat.
For Monday and Tuesday, the
new French star, Jean Gabin will
be featured in "Moontide," the
stirring story of life along the Pa
cific waterfront. Gabin, an out
standing French star, gives a per
formance which is said to outshine
any previous characterization
For a co-star, Ida Lupino was
chosen. Also on the program will
be news and March of Time "Men
Vnr Wednesday, the 71-minute
comedy, "Henry and Dizzy," fea
turing Jimmy Lydon ana Mary An
derson. An Aldrich family series,
carrying on in so many ways like
the average American iamuy. un
the same program will be three
shorts Meet the Champ The
Outpost and a favorite cartoon.
Let's Have More
Raids Over Tokyo
(By CHARLES P. STEWART)
(Central Press Columnist)
THE AXIS countries' internal
morale is pretty high, according to
recently arrived Americans wno,
of tor nerinHn nf internment in these
various totalitarian jurisdictions,
finally were traded off oy env to
us, in return for corresponding
numbers of their subjects, pre
viously interned here.
Probably this Axis good cheer
is partly due to the fact that the
dictatorially ruled trio of nation
alities have been fairly well satis
fied with their luck thus far. It
appears also, however, that the
successes they've scored up to date
hove heen creatlv exaggerated to
them, whereas news that isn't so
favorable is strictly suppressed.
fine atnrv that did get out,
though, at least in Japan, was the
account of Jimmy Doolittles air
bombing raid over several of Nip
pon's leading cities.
The censor kept it out of print,
to be sure, but so much damage
was done that great numbers of
folk saw and talked about it among
themselves. In fact, some observers
are of the opinion that the per
formance made a deeper impres
sion than it would have done if it
hadn't been so complete a surprise.
It was so exactly in unmistakably
convincing contradiction of all the
jrladsome official renorts on which
the government had been feeding
its public that the Japs have turn
ed a bit skeptical of the sources
of information they're supposed
War time sugar restrictions
have greatly increased the demand
for honey as a sweetening ingredi
ent, reports the U. S. department
to rely on.
Made to Order
TiiKt whv other American avi
ators havent been more prompt to
follow up Jimmy Doolittles ex
ample isn't quite clear. . .
Japan simply was created to be
air raided- Not to exceed 1 per
cent of its architecture consists of
,.tv,;n, ki,t Knmhnn sticks, naper
walls and pasteboard roofs, with
a little musilage to hold 'em to
gether. Bombers are described as having
knocked buildings in such cities as
Cologne and Hamburg into "heaps
rnkhio tn emnlov the popular
reportorial expression. But to
transform one of those suDsianuai
German edifices into rubble re
quires a direct hit. , Another one,
across the street, may not have
than its windows
V.....Q ... ,
broken. And even rubble can be
scooped up and more or less reas
sembled. But a Jap shack? Drop a light
ed match on it and it'll blaze up
to beat a bonfire, whichll spread
all over the neighborhood in Jig
Pnt.tinc out a fire in Nippon is a
matter of tearing down everything
within miles around the scene of
the r-onflacration. No rubble's left.
(Not even kindling wood remains.
I TP- nn.nnuul 11 fact US the blaZe
lf " ' - " "
spreads. "Scorched earth" has
nothing on it.
Following about a dozen inten
sive Yankee raids there can be
nothing left, as much as a foot
high, for the Mikado's fleet to come
home to. So how can it refit and
got back into action?
Except the merest primitive
coolie, every Jap knows ail this.
Either he's a crazy Samurai,
perfectly willing to commit sui
cide (and why not help him do
lit?) or his morale will crack as j
I ' !, vooliVoa what he's up 1
China's been fighting 'em for
five years without winning, but
China's entirely without equip
ment. The Chinese can literally
'swamp 'em, if we give 'em the
' stuff to do it with. Or, we can do
the Aleutians, for instance,
if we get busy. Only, nobody's
started it but Jimmy Doolittle.
I've lived in Japan and know
what I'm talking about
It Hits Morale
Well, now, as previously re
' marked, that Doolittle raid threw
a bad scare into the Japs. Their
mnrnle'a considerably disorganized.
How about the remaining Axis
' countries, . as they begin to en
counter reverses? Italy ought to
flatten out quite promptly. The
) Germans are harder boiled. The
Italians aren't hard boiled at all.
j The Japs have nothing but a hard
boiled yolk to their egg.
j It would seem as if that yolk was
'the nub to be attended to.
My own dope, as a military
' strategist, is to raid Japan until
the Sumari's finished. Jhen let
Italy over-boil and disintegrate in
to mere goo easily edible by the
I'd bet it would have a demoral
izing effect on Germany.
J i mm y Doolittle's campaign
strikes me as being the crux of the
ItH need to be chased un, of
course. Its initial peneration is
what I'm talking about.
The necessity for the obliteration
of those Japs is my thesis-
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Wek)
W. Rex Clark, et ux to Ellis
R. Mason, et ux.
John H. Hall, et ux to T. H.
H. E. Plemmons, et ux to Par
ion Hall, et al.
East Fork Township
William Luther West, et ux to
C. H. Trull.
J. A, Porter, et ux to W- L.
West, et ux.
Fines Creek Township
Ellen McCracken to Ben Mooney.
Woodrow Fish to Frank L. Fish.
corded, the he J?!1 hi
from the .harp tacrTX
number of sheep shora U
decline in meat export
J. M. Welch et ux, to J. David
Peek et ux.
The clean candidate won't throw
mud. If he does he won't stay
I r-A niontnn et iiv to Fred
t utaujr uimiiv") v
Gibson, et ux.
Sophia Selsam to W. A. Abel,
j Maude S. Jones to Ruth Saund
ers N. L. Stephens, et ux to Edwin
B. Randolph, Jr., et ux.
Hester Anne Withers to Mary
I Alice R. Jones, et al.
Jerry Liner, et ux to Vermia
C D. Medford, et ux to Howell
M. Clayton Nichols, et ux to
Herman M. Smith, et ux.
The one-legged man may not be
very amiable but he isn't a kicker.
IN THE SUPERIOR rnt
BEFORE tbp rii.SCe
ROBERT T. MESSER
iNORMAN OWEN, marthi
T1AVIS A T C A or KiHA
jun., uuvvAKD F. OWEN' lrn
SON, ANNIE n nA-Ei?-
HESTER OWEN and nZl
Thfl AnftmAt.- ...
uticiiud 1 1 1 n . vi ...
Owen, Howard F. Owen .j .1
Tl nnniol -uMtll
a Special Proceeding entitled
above has been
Superior Court of Haywood CotJ
ty, North Carolina, to estabtl
ati Ian OB l
i jr vu a curi way over luf
i vYiin-u uciciiuams own an m
est- nnA tVio eaA A..t
..... ucicnuanti r
further take ntiAa ,L. .1
required to be and anna. .. J
office of the Clerk of the Superl
Court of said County in the Coui
house in Waynesville, N, C
in ten uays aner tne 18th daj
September. 1942. and ..
demur to the petition in said
ceeding, or tne plaintiffs will
,pijr w utic ioun lor ine wield,
manded in the petition.
This August 17th, 1342.
Asst. Clerk Superior Cod
I No. 1223 Aug. 27-St'pt 3-10-
Matinees Monday and Wednesday at 3; Saturday and Sunday at 2
and 4. Sunday night at 9, other nights, shows start at 7;16 and 9:15.
Owl Show Saturday nights at 10:30. Admission 10c and 30c.
f THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
"In Old California"
With adventurous intrigue. A magnetic love story, forced with a wild
fire of robust adventure, starring John Wayne, Binnie Barnes and
Albert Dekker. Special short subject "DON'T TALK" made for
the government by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Also news reel. ,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
Vm,r favorite cowboy star . . . Richard Dix . - . blazing his way
to the top with fists . . . in
Starring Richard Dix, Frances Gifford. Besides news, a special mu
sical comedy, "Room For Rhythm."
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
The three Mesquiteers in Western action ... starring Bob Steel,
Tom Tyler and Rufe Davis in . .
"Code of the Outlaw"
Also Popeye Cartoon.
A thriller two against the mob . . . a doctor and a nurse . . . f
the patient dies ... they die . .
With Regis Toomey and Adele Longmire.
m s V vpff 7vXy
The Minute Men of Concord and Lexington, who gave us liberty, were,
workers, too. Just as today, they fought with tools and guns alike.
.... Today America faces the most dangerous foes in all its history. This
is a people's war a workers' war everything we have is at stake.
.... Today all America salutes Labor for its epic four-star Victory Drive
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
Love and business don't mix ...
"Are Husbands Necessary?"
Two women after on man . . . Hollywood's new comedy is one of
its gayest, starring Ray Milland and Betty Field. Also THREE
SHORT SUBJECTS Picture People Popular Sciee Concert in
. B Flat.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7-8
MEN . . . She knows all about men . . . fresh ones ... gentle ones
... tough ones . . . mean ones ... she hates them all ... until one
cruv comes along. Starring Jean Gabin . . . who begins where other
. stars leave on nu iua fiuu
Also on same program News and MARCH OF TIME "Men In
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9
From hot water to more hot water in easy lessons by the Aldrich
Family in . .
"Henry and Diz zy"
RtlrrSn, Jimmy Lydon and Mary Anderson. Also THREE SHORT
Starring: Jimmy uyaoniu. ' 0ntrxt Solal Cartoon.
In out-producing the Axis in guns, planes, janks, ships, and other vital
equipment needed for Victory.
In supplying millions of men to the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and
; In working on Civilian Defense through air raid protection, salvage,
" conservation, -Red Cross, and other home-front activities.
In setting the pace for America's great WAR BOND VICTORY DRIVE
for 10 percent of everybody's income invested regularly, systematically in War
Savings Bonds. ,
A Good Place To Live
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