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                                                             BIG  'STATION  DANCE
    Audiences  Here ,·                                       TO BE  HELD TONIGHT  Railroads_ ~rfer
                                  Many  a  girl  collects  a  large                       Jobs  to  Veterans
     A  USO  Camp  Show  studded  wardrobe by starting with a  little
                                                               All  hands are invited to an all-
  v with entertainment turned Satur- slip.                                                  Washington-Disc_liarged .  vets
                                                             station  dance  to  be  held  in  Gym
   day  night  at .Theatre  No.  3  into                     No.  1  tonight  at  2030.  Dancing  with no plans for employment are
   anything  but  "the  loneliest  night   *  *  *
                                 ·· ·0fficer:  "Do  you  know  who  I  will  be  from  2030  to  2330.  Men  being, encouraged  to  acqept  jobs
   of the  week."
                                -ain?"                       may  obtain  tickets  from  their  with  American  railroads,  which,
     Playing before upwards of 3,600   Recruit:  "No Sir."   Welfare officers.            faced  with  the  burden  of  rede-  Treasure  Island  Theatre  No.  1·
   bluejackets  in  two  performances,   Officer:  "I'm the Colonel of this   Treasure  Island's  colored  band  ployment,  need  92,000  more  em-
   the  show  was  paced  with  gags,  outfit."                                                                        Last  Showing  Tonight
                                                             will  furnish  the  music  and  there  ployes  by  December.  Western
    gals and music.               Recruit:  "Oh,  boy!  Are you  go-
                                                             will  be  food  and  fun  for  every- roads are particularly hard up for   GEORGE  WHITE'S  SCANDALS
     Six acts were reeled off with the  ing  to  catch  the  devil!  The  ser- body.  See  you  all  tonight at Gym   h~lp.   Joan Davis   Jack Haley
   finesse  of  a  Broadway  revue.  geant's  been  looking  for  you  all  No.  1.
   There  were  songs  by  the  three  morning."             ::::::::::::::::::~::::::::=::::::::::::::::::~::::::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::   Counselors  at  separation  cen- Sun.-Mon.,  August 26  and  27
   Hope  sisters;  caperings  in  the     *  *  *                                         ters can provide  information con-  "YOU  CAME  ALONG"
   style  of  Sunny  Dale;  impersona-  W 'f   (t  O   t   .   h  b  d)   Nurse:  "He's fine.  He's  conval- cerning  railroad  employment; ·as  Robt.  Cummings  Lizabeth  Scott
                                                                                                     t  t ·
                                                                                                                   ai -
    tions  as  interpreted by  commedi-  e   re  urning  us  an  :  escing now."          c  an   represen a  ives  O  f  th  R  ·1   -·
                                "So  you  finally  came  back.   I   Recruit: "Well, I'll just sit down  road  Retirement  Board  and  the  Tuesday,  August  28
    enne  Edith  Brown;  tap  dancing   h   ·  th  b  t  I   aft
                                                                                                             ·  ·
    via the nimble feet of Diana Lure;   guess  ome is   e  es  Pace   er  and wa1·t  unt1·1  he's through."   W  ar  M  anpower  ommisswn.   It ·   "BEDSIDE  MANNER"
    roller  skating  as .done  by  Victor  al~usband:  "It's  the  only  place   *  *  .*   thought that many ex-servicemen  Ruth  Hussey   John  Carroll
    and  Ruth,  and  the  Daredevil  open."                    People who drive with one hand  who  have  never  worked  for  rail-
    Dault  in  his  drunkapades.                             are  headed  for  the  church  aisle.  roads  have  nevertheless  training  Wed.-Thurs.,  August 29  and  30
     Frankie  Conville,  dynamic  em-     *  *  *            Some  will  walk  down  it.  Others  a nd   skills  which   th ey  urgently   "PRIDE  OF  THE  MARINES"
    cee  who  recently  returned  from   The rhumba combines two very  will  be  carried.   need.                      John  Garfield   Eleanor  Parker
                                different features of two very dif-
    Europe  after  entertaining  troops                                *  *  *              Skilled  workers  required,  in
                                ferent  automobiles.  From  the                                                        F  ·  s  t  A   31  s  t  1
    there  for  two  and  a  half  years,                      He  was  the  frail  Sinatra  type.  order of urgency, are: machinists,   r1.- a  ••   ug.   - ep  •
                                front  it  glides  as  smooth  as  a
    added  the  necessary  humor  and                        She was sweet and receptive-but  boilermakers,  car  repairmen  and   "ON  STAGE  EVERYBODY"
    wit to make  this show  a  howling  Cadillac,  from   th e  rear  it  shim- still  realistic.   inspectors,  pipefitters,  telegra- Jack Oakie   Peggy Ryan
  v success.                    mies  like  a  jeep.           "When I  crush you in my arms  phers,  sheet  metal  workers,  sig-
     Music  was  provided  by  the         *  *  *           like  this,"  he  whispered.  "What  nalmen,  electricians,  blacksmiths,
    Treasure  Island  orchestra.  The   Recruit at Sick Bay:  "I'm call- are you thinking of?"   brakemen,  firemen,  and  switch-  Treasure  Island Theatre  No.  2
    USO troupe will entertain service- ing to see how my friend Seymour   Without  hesitation  she  replied,  men.  Some 62,000 unskilled work-  Last  Showing  Tonight
    men  in  the  Central  Pacific.   Dokes  is  getting along."   "The  manpower  shortage."   men  are  also  needed.
                                                                                                                          "STORY  OF  G.  I.  JOE"
                                                                                                                       Burgess Meredith  Robt. Mitchum
   ICE FOlllES CIIST KICKS OFF SKII TES FOR MUSIClll REVIEW Sun.-Mon.,  August 26  and  27
                                                                                                                              "CAPT.  EDDIE"
                                                                                                                       Fred MacMurray     ~nn Bari
                                                                                                                       Tuesday,  August 28
                                                                                                                         "CARRI BEAN  MYSTERY"
                                                                                                                       James Dunn       Sheila Ryan
                                                                                                                       Wed.-Thurs.,  August  29  and  30
                                                                                                                          "OVER  TWENTY-ONE"
                                                                                                                       Irene Dunne   Alexander Knox
                                                                                                                       Fri-Sat., Aug. 31- Sept. 1
                                                                                                                       GEORGE  WHITE'S  SCANDALS
                                                                                                                       Joan Davis        Jack Haley
                                                                                                                        Treasure  Island Theatre No.  3
                                                                                                                       Last Showing  Tonight
                                                                                                                         "ON  STAGE  EVERYBODY"
                                                                                                                       Jack  Oakie      Peggy  Ryan

                                                                                                                       Sun·.-Mon.,  August 26  and  27
                                                                                                                          "RHAPSODY  IN  BLUE"
                                                                                                                       Jciip1 Leslie    Robert Alda
                                                                                                                       Also  Monday,  August  27
                                                                                                                            USO  STAGE  SHOW

                                                                                                                       Tuesday,  August 28
                                                                                                                            "THE  HIDDEN  EYE"
                                                                                                                       Edw.  Arnold   Frances Rafferty
                                                                                                                       Wed.,  August 29
                                                                                                                           "ANCHORS  AWEIGH"
                                                                                                                       Gene Kelly      Frank Sinatra
                                                                                                                       Thursday,  August 30: Stage Show
                                                                                                                       THE THREE MARX  BROTHERS
                                                                                                                             AND  COMPANY
                                                                                                                               1800  and  2000
                                                                                                                       Fri.-Sat.,  Aug.  31-Sept.  1
                                                                                                                            "JOHNNY  ANGEL"
                                                                                                                       George Raft       Signe Hasso
                                                                                                                       Also  Friday,  August  31
                                                                                                                              USO  Stage Show
                                                                                                                          "CHICKS  &.  CHUCKLES"

                                                                                                                          VERBA  BUENA  MOVIES
                                                                                                                       Last Showing Today
                                                                                                                        "PRIDE  OF  THE  MARINES"
                                                                                                                       John  Garfield   Eleanor  Parker
                                                                                                                       Sun.-Mon.,  August 26  and  27
                                                                                                                            "JOHNNY  ANGEL"
                                                                                                                       George Raft      Signe Hasso

                                                                                                                       Tuesday,  August 28
                                                                                                                       Humphrey  Bogart   I.  Bergman

                                                                                                                       Wed.-Thurs.,  August 29  and  30
    ICE  FOLLIES  SANS  ICE-Fortunate  bluejackets  applauded  the   tiful  member of  the  cast.  Three  dancers  (top  right),  garbed  them-  "RHAPSODY  IN  BLUE"
    musical  revue presented by the cast of the  Ice  Follies Monday night,   selves  in  brightly-colored  sarongs  and  swayed  to  authentic  Poly- Joan  Leslie   Robert  Alda
    August  20,  at  Theatre  No.  3.  Bobby  Blake,  whose  dancing  has   nesian  music. The  ladies of the chorus-"The  Ice  Follies  Dollies"-
    placed  him  with  outstanding  personalities  of  the ,show  world,  and   pictured  at  lower  left, doffed  their skates for the evening  and  did  a  Fri.-Sat.,  Aug.  31-Sept. 1
    Heinie  Brock,  who  put  his  famous  pantomime  routine  "on  ice"  for   precision dance  number.  The young  lady at lower  right isn't as  bad
    •he  evening  and  emceed,  were  among  the  many  enJoyable  fe_atures   a·s  she  looks,  fellows.  Behind  those  horn-rimmed  spectacles  Is  a   "ANCHORS  AWEIGH"
    A  the show. That's  Heinie  Brock at top  left, cavorting with a  beau-  charming dancer wh-0  is  just about tops  in  taps.   Gene  Kelly   Frank  Sinatra
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