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January 20, 1944

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--- MILTON -- TODAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY W a,d "- -.DICK POWELL Wed. - [ hurs. Jan. 26 _ 27 Barbara Stanwgck Charles Boyer Edw. G. Robinson -- In m "FLESH and FANTASY" '~]~ i~ :: Frank Sinatra Michele Morgan ::[ HIGHER-and-HIGHER" We Do The Bat Ch~am~t~ial Prtnttl~ - . c lPUS IEATP, ASSISTING WITH WAR IOAN DRIVE Continued from Page Olae The program referred to by Mr. Busser consists of Mr. Stoifel's own "blaekout"--aided by patriotic citi- zens of Union County. In the lobby of the beautiful Campus Theatre in Lewigburg, Mr. Stei,fel has erected a large drawing showing the seats of the theatre. The idea is to "black- out", or fill in every seat on the chart with the name of some coun- ty man or woman in the armed ser- vices. To do this, all bond purchas- ers, regardless ~of where they buy the bonds in U~ion County, will be given a ticket which serves a double purpose. On the back of the ticket will be a place to write in the name, address, issuing agent and name of the man or woman designated as the hero or heroine by the purchaser. This ticket will admit the holder to a regular performance at the Cam- pus Theatre on Wednesday, Febru- ary 9, the feature picture of which will be "The Gang's All Here". Upon receipt (ff this special ticlve[, Mr. Steifdl will have the hero or hero- ine's name typed on a slip of paper which will be pasted on the chart and will be retained as a permanent record to show the members of the armed forces from Union County what their folks did for them dur- ing the drive. Three shows, as cus- tomary, will be shown; the matinee at two o'clock and the two even,ing shows at seven and nine o'dlock. Mr. Steife! added that purchasers of bonds should be sure to request the special ticke~ which will be made available to all issuing agents. TAXPAYEI~ GIVEN AID WITH 1943 TAX RETURNS Deputy Collectors will be at Lew- isbu~g to assist taxpayers with the preparation of their income tax re- turns for the year 1943 on February 21 and 22 at 10he U. S. Penitentiary and on February 21 to 26 inclusive at the Post Office Building. ".-. FOR GOOD FAMILY ENTER(FAINMENT .- Finest Selections o[ Shows