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Radio Program August 1942 I
Last-minute changes in radio programs sometimes reach The Star too late for correction that day Home RADIOS repaired BRING THEM IN L.S.JULLIEN INC. 1443 P ST. N.W. NO lho marbeltzed fOll and plain colors Hn to choose from. rlf Moistureproof. stainproof. Are resistant, quiet Does not curl or buckle. *32*0 gnnnnD 200 Square Feet FOR EVERYBODY ON THE D & H * One of the greatest battles of this war—the Rattle of Production and Transportation is being decided here in America, on railroads like the Delaware & Hudson, lhe men, the munitions, the materials that will turn the balanre in favor of America and our allies are being rushed to American seaports by rail. Nothing can, be permitted to hold up these, vital shipments. The D & H has concentrated its army of trained employes, together with a fleet of gigantic new loromotives for the joh of moving the moun tains of materials and supplies to the world's strategic, battle fronts. This is our first job. You ran help us do this job well by planning far in advance your train trips to the Adirondack Re sort region or to Montreal. If you cannot get the Pullman accommo dations you want remember that many Pullman cars are required for troop movements. Re satisfied to ride in a coach. Travel during mid-week if possible. When it's necessary to cancel Pullman ac commodations, please do so promptly. In this way. you will be making it easier for tbe D & H to do its important Job No. 1. Help us to "KEEP ‘EM ROLLING" RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTEL STANLEY Ocean End—SftMith Carolina Are. $1 to $3 Daily. $3.00 up with meali 150 Rooms. Elevator. Bathing, Daneini Spacious Porch. Meats served at all honn DELAWARE CITY Rooms. SI.50 up day; Special wkly. Prh Bath» Bathing* Run’s water. WM, LAIR! MILLER COTTAGE S to 17 N. Georgia Ave.. *2.50 up Dally *17.50 up Wkly. Restricted. H. Crouthame OCEAN CITY, MD. Stephen Decatur A Modern, Reetful Vacation Hoti ON THE BOARDWALK FACING THE SE American Plan. 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Recreations free. 120 miles from Washington via l. S. 11 to Mt. Jack son, then 9 miles west. Approved A A. A. Write for information regarding transportation to Sky Chalet, Macanie, Va, i Uamij toixcjlvV^uAj It’s about time some one did on article on the Army Mule. He’s the meanest cuss, the hardest worker, the slippery-est soldier, in the whole outfit. Pri i vote Stan Horstman tells a few entertain ing items about this “tough guy”, Sunday in This Week Maga 1 zine, with g>mthai| ~*ar| —P.M. — WHAl, 630h. - WIC9IOfc_WOt, UiOlt.-WJSV, 1,500k. - 12:00 News—Little Show iNews and Music Boake Carter Kate Smith Speaks - 12:15 Chaplain Jim I Nancy Dixon luncheon Music Big Sister 12:30 Farm and Home Devotions Resources Reporter Helen Trent 12:45 " " Matinee Today Melodies by Miller Our Gal Sunday 1:00 H. R. Baukhage_News—Russ Hodges Heroes' Day Rally M5 Edward MacHugh ,Marcia Rice Russ Hodges Woman in White 1:30 Show—Star Flashes Melody Sketches News—Russ Hodges Vic end Sade 1 45 I Vincent Lopez's Or. J. W. Vandercook Russ Hodges The Goldbergs 2:00 __-Light o' the World „ _ Young Dr. Malone 2:15 Between Bookends Lonely Women_Joyce Jordan 2:30 James G. McDonald Guiding light News—Russ Hodges Love and Learn 2:45 Jsck Bflker_ Church Hymn;_ puss Hodges Young's Family 1 3:00 Prescott Presents Mary Marlin News^Russ Hodges White Sox vs. Tigers ’ 3:15 " - Ma Perkins Puss Hodges Baseball Game 3:30 News—Men of Sea Young's Family 3:45 Broadway Show_Right to Happiness_ Hay Burners 4:00 Club Matinee Backstaqe Wife Russ Hodges 4:15 " " Stella Dallas .... " " 4:30 " " Lorenzo Jones Mohawk Handicap ” „ 4:45 Mat.—Star Flashes Young Widow Brown Russ Hodges __ 5:00 Commuter Tunes When a Girl Marries Musical Ranch matter—Music 5:15 " Portia Faces Lite Background for News Mother and Dad 5:30 ” ' Musicade David Cheskin s Or. Sing Along 5:45 " ” Mus.; Freedom s Sons " " Ben Bernies Or. 6:00^ News—Evening Stars News—S. Douglas Prayer; Snorts News Daly—E. Sevareid 6:15 Evening Stars Musicade Music and Song EmmeT Davison 6 30 Music—Ball Scores Baukhage—Musicade News and Music Work, Sing America 6:45 Lowell Thomas Musicade Syncopation The World Today 7:00 Scramble Pleasure Time Fulton Lewis, jr. Amos and Andy 7:15 " " News ot the World Johnson Family Pan-America 7 30 Lone Ranger Neighborhood Call Red Ryder Report ,0 Nation 7 45 " "_Air Castles " " " _ 8:00 Watch World Go By Frank Black's Or. Cal Tinney Bred Brady Show 815 Gibbs and Finney " " Propaganda Analysis 8 30 Good Old Days Information Please— This Is Navy Norfolk School of Air 8 45 ” "_ Lt. M. McAfee " " School—Cecil Brown 9:00 Gang Busters Waltz Time Gabriel Heatter Playhouse— 915 " " " " Music and Races Edward Arnold 9:30 Dinah Shore Plantation Party Double or Nothing— That Brewster Boy 9 45 Men of Jhe Sea_"_"_Alice Marble " _ 10:00 Meet Your Navy People Are Funny Cedric" Foster Caravan 10:15 " " " " George Duffy's Or, 10:30 Men and Victory Tent Show Tonight Paul Schubert 10:45 Hillman and Lindley " Jimmy Joy's Or. 11:00 News and Music News and Music News and Music William Shlrer 11:15 Duke Ellington's Or. Melody Magic Get In the Scrap Arch McDonald 11:30 Buddy Franklin's Or. Music You Want George Duffey's Or. 11:45 j " " _ " Dick Jurgen's Or. 12:00 iNews—Orchestras News—Music Orchs.; D. Patrol McDonald^Orchs. — --- WIN*—/30w.; 1,340k. 1:00 News 7:05 Money Calling 6 *5 Jerry Btron* 1:05 Tony Wakeman 7:30 This Man’s Army - on 2:00 News 7 *5 Band of Week 7.no News 2 05 Tony Wakeman 8:00 News 7:05 Jerry Strong 3:00 News 8:05 Musicues 8 00 News 3:l)fl Tony Wakeman 8:30 Milt Davis' Music ' , 3:30 Saratoga Races 6:45 Singing Saxophones "•"» Jerry Strong 3:45 Tony Wakeman 9:00 News 9:00 News Roundup 4:00 News 9 05 Nat 1 Symphony Hour _ 4:05 Tonv Wakeman 10:00 News P.15 In the Groove 4:30 Saratoga Races 10:05Sports Rounduo 9:30 Bob Callahan 4:45Tony Wakeman 10:15A. C. Gill 10-00 News 5:00 News 10:30 Bill Strickland s Or. „ , ntcu.. J Cna .. 11:00 News 10:05 In the Groove 5 30 Prize Party” ‘ 1T30 aIv^I^0 MuMc^* )0:™ CoUrt §!« Tony Wakeman 15:30 Slumb^’ bSSi"”1 H i05 Chicken Reel 6 00 Tony W akeman 1 00 Sign Off 11.30 March On. Marine* 6:15 Adrian Rollins Trio a.uuoignvjn 11 45 Red Cross 6:30 Walkathon - 12:00 News—Walkathon 6:45 News v TOMORROW. 12:10 Palm Island 6:50 Musicues 6 00 Jerry Strong 12:30 Varieties for Victory 7:00 News I 6:30 Morning Offering 1:00 News - If I* l/l—OUW.i 1.43UK. ■ ■■■ ■ .. l:OOConcert Hour 7:30 News 6:35 Pete Harkins 1 30 News 7:35 Glenn Miller Musio 6:45 Rev. Dale Crowley ' „ / :45 Sports Final 7:00 Pete Harkins 1:35 Concert Hour 8:00 Capital Revue 7:15 Grand & Band Stand j 2:00 Sweet and Swing S:30News 7:30 News Roundup 2 30 News 8:35 Your Govt and Mine 7:45 Country Pair 2.35 Roth Melody Symph. 8:50 Eddie Duchin Music 8:00 D. C. Dollars 3:00 Vincent Lopez Musio 9:00 Conscience of America 8:30 News 3:15 Harrv James Music 915 Friendly Melodies 8:35 Pete Harkins : 3:30 News 9:30 News 9:00 Lawrence Welk Music ! 3:35 Aloha Land 9 3o Miss America 9:30 News 3:50 Revelers Songs 9:45 Army Program 9:35 Wayne King Musio 4 00 1450 Club 10:00 Celestial Chorus 9:50 A to Z Novelty 4:30 News 10:15 War Over Australia 10:00 Guy Lombardo Music 4:35 Walkathon , . 10:15 The Town Crier 4:50 1450 club 10:35 Duke Ellington Music 10:30 News 6:30 News 10:45 News from London 10:35 John Beagle. Hymns 5:35 Stocks and Music 11:00 Washie Bratcher's Or. 10:50 Between Lines 5:45 Ray Carson 1130 News 11:00 Dizzy Digest 6:00 In Town Tonight 11 35 Nocturne 11:15 Rosebud Jr. Chorus 6:15 Wingo. News 12:00 Sign OH tl:30News . 6:30 News - 11:35 Bing Crosby Songs 6:35 Freddie Martin Music TOMORROW. 12:00 Dixieland Jamboree 6:50 Bing Crosby Songs 6:00 Pete Harkins 12:30 News 7:00 Toastmaster's Table 6:30 News 12:36 Dixieland Jamboree EVENING STAR FEATURES. Star Flashes: Latest news, twice dally; WMAL, 1:40 and 4:55 p.m. : THE EVENING'S HIGH LIGHTS. ;. WWDC, 615—Rear Admiral C. H. Wood 1 ward, retired, authority on naval affairs, will be ■ interviewed. WMAL, 7:00—Scramble: The dramatization i has its hero dropping several thousand feet - into a jungle to rescue an Army nurse. WJSV, 7:30—Report to the Nation: "What’s Wrong With Our War Production?'’—dealing with the conditions which prompted the con i gressional survey of war production. v WRC, 8:00—Frank Black's Orchestra: Mark ; ing the firs* anniversary of the signing of the : Atlantic Charter, program features Or. Black's 1 musical setting for Stephen Vincent Benet's t "Prayer." : WJSV, 8:00—Fred Brady Show: Opening a ■ new revue of fun and music with the comedian and Vocalists Russ Brown and Gale Robbins. i WOL, 8:30—This Is Navy Norfolk: A new ? musical show from the auditorium of the Nor folk Naval Air Station. WMAL, 8:30—Those Good Old Days: Old timer Irving Fisher is tonight’s guest star, who - sings a few old-time tunes. \ WRC, 8:30—Information Please: Chief guest >• is Lt. Comdr. Mildred H. McAfee, director of the Women Appointed for Voluntary Emergency l ] Service. “ WJSV, 8:30—School of Air Preview: Rear ■ Admiral Harold G. Bowen, director of the Naval Research Laboratory, and Gen. David Grant, chief flight surgeon of the Army Air 1 Force, are guests. IS WMAL, 9:00—Gang Busters: The finale of the two-part dramatization of "The Case of the _ j Western killer." WJSV, 9:00—Playhouse: Edward Arnold In Dashlell Hammett's famous spy story, "The Maltese Falcon.'' WtiL, 9:30—Double or Nothing: Salute to the world of sports with Alice Marble, Grantland Rice and Taml Mauriello as guest speakers. WWDC, 9:35—Miss America: Jean Cava naugh, former titleholder, speaks on behalf of the Washington contest. WMAL, 9:45—Men of the Sea: Frederick Meyers, vice president of the. National Maritime Union, discusses the work of* the merchant ma rine in the war effort. WMAL. 10:00—Meet Your Navy: "Meet Your Neighbor" Is the theme for tonight's broadcast. WMAL, 10:30—Men, Machines and Victory: Alfred Lunt of the legitimate theater Is guest narrator on the safety show. SHORT WAVE PROGRAMS. MOSCOW, 6:20—Broadcast in English: RKE, 8.1 meg.. 36.9 m. LONDON, 6 30—War Review.- GSC, 9.58 meg., 31.3 m. LONDON, 6:55—News Analysis: GSC, 9.58 meg., 31.3 m. MOSCOW, 8:30—Comments In English: RKE, 8.1 meg., 36.9 m. LONDON, 8:30—Britain Speaks: GSC. 9.58 meg., 31.3 m„- GRG, 11.68 meg., 25.6 m. MELBOURNE, 9:25—"The Truth of If Is” (West Coast broadcast. Pacific War Time): VLG7, 15.23 meg.. 19.7 m. SYDNEY, 9:25—"The Truth of It Is" (West Coast broadcast. Pacific War Time): VLQ6, 9.58 meg., 31.3 m. LONDON, 9:30—At Your Request: GSC. 9.58 meg., 31.3 m.; GRG, 11.68 meg., 25.6 m. GUATEMALA, 10:30—Hollywood Radio-The ater: TGWA, 9.68 meg., 31m. TOMORROW J PROGRAM -A.M. —WMAL, 630k. -WRC, 980k. -WOl, 1,260k. -WJSV, 1,500k. - 6:00 News—Prelude News—Timekeeper Dawn Patrol iNews—Sun Dial 6:15 Today's Prelude Dawn Detail " " Sun Dial 6:30 " " " " News—Art Brown Farm Report—Dial 6>45_ _"_Timekeeper_Art Brown Sun Dial 7:00 ; News—Kibitzers News—Timekeeper ” J News—Godfrey 7:15 Kibitzers Timekeeper_Arthur Godfrey 7:30 " " " " News—Art Brown News Reporter 7j45_ Claude Mahoney_"_"_Art Brown Arthur Godfrey_ ' 8:00 Kibitzers News—Timekeeper ” ” News of World 8:15 ” " Timekeeper _Arthur Godfrey 8 30 News—Kibitzers " " News—Art Brown 8:45 [Kibitzers__Art Brown Arthur Godfrey, news 9:00 : Breakfast Club Housewives' Music " " ArthuTGodfrev 9:15 " " Music-Gardening ___J!_Godfrey—Food Report 9:30 " " Symphony Hall Homemakers' Club Garden Gate | _?i45_ " _ " News—Homemakers " 10:00 News—Child Frolic l " Homemakers' Club Youth on Parade 10:15 Children's Frolic _Mr. Moneybags " " ” ” String Serenade Arlington on Air Hillbilly Champions 10:45 Valley Boys_Arthur Hinette " 11:00 Alexandria on Air The Creightons I ’ News—Delta Rhythm k H;15 ” " " _God's Country I 11:30 America the Free U. S. Army Band let's Pretend P H45 " * " " " - | " " PM____ 12:00 Alexandria on Air iNews and Music News and Music Armstrong Theater 12:15 News and Music 'Consumers’ Time Luncheon Music " " * 12-30 Farm Bureau Treasury Star Parade " " Stars Over Hollywood 12:45 | "_”_; Devotions Johnny Davis’ Or. __ 1:00 ,Vincent Lopez s Orch. Whatcha Know Joe News—Russ Hodges Country Journal 1:15 i " " Russ Hodges 1:30 Singtime All Out For Victory " " Science Adventures 1:45_Victory Twins _ News Austral. News—H’ges Symphonettes 2:00 Fantasy In Melody Rhythm Matinee RusT Hodges Red Sox vs. Nats 2:15 " " Summer Strings " " Baseball Game 2:30 News—Dr. Hickory U. 5. Marine Band News—Russ Hodges 2^45 _ Southernaires__ Russ Hodges 3:00 R. C. A. F. Band Nature Sketches News—Russ Hodges 3:15 ” " Saturday Special Russ Hodges 3:30 News—Ayres’ Or. Front-Line Forces _3:45_ Mitchell Ayres' Or. Pant’s Or,—News Hay Burners " _ 4:00 Club Matinee Pan-Amer. Holiday News—Russ Hodges C.8.S. Program 4:15 " " " " Russ Hodges 4:30 " " Smarty Party " " Saratoga Races 4:45_Club Matinee—News " ”_Saratoga Race " "_ 5:00 Little Show At Ease Navy Bulletin Board Meadowbr’k Matinee i 5;15 .. .. - ■■ .. 5:30 ” " Musicade " " " " 5:45 " _Musicade—Foursome "_" _ 6:00 News and Music News—S. Douglas Prayer—Sports News Frazier Hunt 615 Dinner Music—News Musicade Anchors Awelgh Hemisphere Music 6:30 Music—Ball Scores Art of Living News and Music Labor Nows Raviaw 7:00 Edward Tomlinson Musicade Syncopation News ef War Winning Contract By THE FOUR ACES. (David Bruce Bumstone, Oswald Jaco by Howard Schenken and Theodore A Llghtncr. world's leading team-of four. Inventors of (he system that has beaten every other system In existence.) Bridge Swindles—No. 115 The deceptive play executed by South in today's hand could have succeeded only against two good op ponents: East dealer. Both sides vulnerable. A A J 5 7? 9 6 3 O K 10 5 A 8 5 4 2 A 6 3 2 „ A 8 7? J 8 7 4 7? K Q 10 5 2 0 Q 8 7 6 2 0 A J 9 4 A 6 ® A A Q 10 A K Q 10 9 7 4 7? A A 3 A K J 9 7 3 The bidding: East South West North 17? 2A 37? 3 A 47? 4 A Pass Pass Dble. Pass Pass Pass West thought for some time and finally chose the “killing" opening— the singleton club. East won with the ace. and South began his bril liant swindle by dropping the club nine. East returned the ten of clubs. South finessed the jack (recognizing the opening lead as a singleton), and West ruffed. Now West had to find a way to get the lead to his partner for an other olub ruff. In such situations rood nlavers sitrnal the suit in which they have an entry by leading high for the first ruff to indicate side entry in a high-ranking suit and low for the ruff to indicate entry in a low-ranking suit. In this case West had to deter mine whether East's ten of clubs had been intended as a high card or as a low card. Since neither the seven nor the three of clubs had appeared, it seemed likely that East held those cards, and that South had started with king-queen-jack nlne of clubs. If that were so, the high club indicated that East's side entry was in hearts rather than diamonds. It all seemed reasonable to West, particularly since East had bid hearts. He therefore returned a heart, and South was able to win and draw trumps. If South had played the three of clubs on the first trick. West < a very fine player) might have realized that the ten of clubs was East's lowest card in the suit and, there fore. called for a diamond rather than a heart return. * * * # Yesterday you were Oswald Jaco by's partner and. wdth neither side vulnerable, you held: A K J 2 4 2 0 Q 10 6 5 3 * A 10 4 The bidding: Jacoby Lightner You Schenken 1* Pass 10 Pass 1*? Pass 1NT Pass 2+ Pass (?) A n en'oi* T34«4 ♦ mm *• 1 m partner’s rebid is not particularly strong, but it gives you a chance to take the sting out of your under bid by inviting a game at this point. Score 100 per cent for two no trump, 40 per cent for three clubs. Question No. 1,151. Today you hold the same hand, and the bidding continues: Jacoby Lightner You Schenken 1* Pass 10 Pass 1*7 Pass 1NT Pass 2* Pass 2 NT Pass 3* Pass (?) What do you bid? (Answer to morrow.) (Released by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.) The Pour Ace* will be pleased to an swer letters from readers If a stamped (3-cent). self-addressed envelope Is in closed with each communication ad dressed to the Pour Aces, care of The Evening Star If you desire the pocket outline of the Pour Aces’ system of contract bridge, send with your request to the Pour Aces, care of The Evening Star, a stamped (3-cent). self-addressed, large-slse envelope and you will receive an outline without any charge. Points for Parents . By EDYTH THOMAS WALLACE. Neither mother nor children should have a monoply on all the household tasks which are in teresting or pleasant. This 8-1 A Mother: We've all chosen the household tasks we'd like to do. Now we’ll each have to choose at least one of these which are left,, for every one does some tasks which he does not like. Not This numap.-gs—in u i.)i « — |l I j III ma. rt» x«nt«r‘ J * »**> T^bum iyadicoto Mother: I let the children do the things about the house which they like to do and I do those w'hich are left. I hope this method will make them think of housework as pleas ant work. The Cheerful Chendi I bargained with life for her gladness. I pared down tke price in my thrift. Until I discovered this secret — Life's gladness is ' TARZAN (Fallow Tar tom's thrilling advtnturas In T ha Sunday Star.) —By Edgar Rice Burroughs OAKY DOAKS HEY, FELLERS- MOW'D YOU LIKE TO SEE SOMETHING THAT'LL KNOCK YOUR EYES OUT/y, -SURE/ SCORCHY SMITH L ANP UNTIL THEIR RAlP COMES | OFp W£ PONT GET GA6 FOR OUR | I PLANE/ 60 WELL K HERE FOR A WHILE/ WHERE PO WEW"' 5ARAK? BO SHOULDN'T WE DO SLEEPING IT OFF IS THE W SOMETHING ABOUT BO ONLY CURE FOR THAT, 1 STUFFING HIMSELF, DADf SH JUNIOR. FORGET IT Ik IT MAY MAKE HIM AND 60 ON TO BED. WM' DAN DUNN 7 FEDERAL AGENT, W OFFICER/DID YOU M SEE A WOMAN g RUN OUT OF HERE M AFTER THE / ^ EXPLOSION?J THE NEBBS r I WANTED TO TAKE) WRATS 'KKf TOC A WACKV 7RE LAST NlErRT— WREf^i WERE STONY CRAIG [THE JAPS ARE GREAT GUNS/ STILL SHOOTING. THEVRE SENDING IT LOOKS LIKE THEY UP MOPE HAVEN'T CAUGHT FLARES / DRAFTIE REG'LAR FELLERS NOW TARTAN WAS S. BUT THE TERRIFIED CREA* CALLING OUT, TRYING A TURES BORE OOWN ON HIM, •Jb SOOTHE THE BEASTS/ tIK* A MIGHTY WAV« C* AND STAY THEIR. DESTRUCTION/ —^ rush ib doom :) m - k. __,—<L \.j _/ (Laugh at Oaky Doaks on Sundays, loo.) —By R. B. Fuller it's STUPENDU0U3/itsJ magnificent/ rr's W OVERWHELMING/ (There’s plenty of adventure in the colored comics.) —By Frank Robbins (Bo it just mi interesting in The Sunday Star's colored comics.) —By Frank Beck WE DON'T STOP WORRYING. KNOW WHAT IT IF IT HAPPENED J HE ATE ORi^V OFTEN IT WOULD 1 WHERE HE Wj BE DIFFERENT- 4 GOT I\ BUT JUST THIS J —, ONCE IS (Dan Dunn is a regular feature of The Sunday Star.) . —By Norman Marsh [SHE CLUMB PHONE HEADQUARTERS/ IN A YALLER HAVE ALL EXITS TO J TAXI AND THE CITY WATCHED/ ^ AWAY SHE WENT/ THEN MEET ME AT P The yellow cab ni\ (Watch far the Nebbs in the colored comics.) —By Sol Hess DONTT YOU QETY 1 UKE TO >, If AW, MY DANCING }lp THEY EVER V ENOUGH EXER- 1 DANCE ONCE |l [DAYS ARE O/ERJ STARTED, THEY OSE WALTZING/IN AWHILE— ^ CVER WHEN HOOP SKIRTS WENT Out of rx; .STYLE/ (l'oull like The Sunday Star’s colored comics.) —By Frank FI. Renttrow, U.S.MC. f WORSE THAN THAT, ’ ITS NOW OR NEVER I SET SERGEI, THEY FIRE TO THAT WASTE, AND IT. BUT WE STARTED I'LL CRUISE AROUND WHILE OUT TO DO A JOB. VOU TOSS IT I NIUE BOATS ^ lLETS FINISH IT/ (For real laughs, read the Sunday comics.) —By Paul Fogarty (Read the colored comics every Sunday.) 9 —By Gene Byrnes U' CORPRIL DUFFY, ^ UNDER. NO ACCOUNT^ I -HERE IS A IMPORTANT —" ' MUST IT FAU. INTO \ I message to y/ FveA tw hands of / that goes^ * GEN'RUL SCANLOn'.M aye, \ . TH’ ENEMY.' 1-T WITHOUT ~~T^ 5 ^^SAYIN !j IP YOU SHOULD HAVE. TM' WARD LyCK T'GET NABBED BY TW'- ENEMY, ITS OPT YOU TO SWALLER THIS MESSAGE.'