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Pilots Protest Paid Auto Park at Airport Area Near Gate to Field Leased; Fliers Must Walk Rv ROBFRT M. KOss Trouble bmkc out a’ City Air port la«t vork when an order bann.rc automobiles ir- 1c the fence was followed by the lravinc of parking ureas near the y ate to a commercial operator. Protest meetings bv ar line and pm ate flying pet son ne : Evoked merely the resjvonsc that th* same system ;s pi artier d .at other city - owned fields. Pi ots grumbled that or busy da\» ihcv will he force to w alk Mo< ks lo their jobs. Slacks in Debate Tn argument*, the objectors qs sailed the explanation of the orig inal ban on automobiles: “To pre vent possible .sabotage by bombs. Persons may still rent hangat spare for car* it was jvoinied out. which puts the dollar sign on tho sincerity of the regulation. The hangar parking for ears crowd* out fmm right to 10 planes at a time when storage space is at a premium. ... In spite of the debate on whether slacks or divided skirt are proper for women pilots. Civil Air Patrol offinals have approved the appearance of uniforms for Sunday. Concurrent with the Easter Parade, the well-dressed CAIYrs will don khaki shirts and trousers, overseas caps and sterling silver u ings. *War Birds' Address The slarks-skirt dispute, mean time. has been carried to Wash ington. Katherine P. Hubbard, adjutant of the all-women s squad ron here, was at the capital Sat urday conferring with Harry Flayford. supplies officer. . . . Emesi A. Evens, executive officer of the Michigan Wing, will address the “War Birds,” Monday evening at the Book-Cadillac Ho tel. The organization is composed of former RAF pilots. . . . CAP plan* will be givnn a joint meeting of the Michigan h 3rU4! OTfn / SALE! SPRING COATS 1995 ' %’ 1 * \\ * rv\ > WgL fM M I r J BLACKS . . . NAVYS PLAIDS ... TWEEDS A o'oup of 'ove y coa's In * **ed and-boxy st es fiv nolx ' Anri • • . 5’ iji I U™ u ) □ r J Sizes 12 to 20 38 to 44 • 46 to 60 i^nej3 r 9°nt 1452 FARMER ST. PAGE 4 Ind <tr:ai Education Society and the Mu Sigma P nr\t Saturday, at a Hindi able di«-ussion in the Bonk-i 'addlM* Hotel. Wing Com mander Sb< iton TV Steers and E. C. We»\»> <>f the governor's air defense committee are listed U. 5. Pilot Uninjured When Plane Burns A 1 n;t» 1 States Army fighter plane caught fire and burned Saturday w'rn it> landing gear craft noted o\ er a -• utdmg at the Army Air ' W.ivne County Airport, v ap* l.a.nre Call of Tallahassee. Kia.. w .» nist had finished a • mint ni ■ he< lx flight, jumped from ; e b ship and escaped Buys Spanish Money, Loses Life Savings An opportunity to buy some Sjun.li money ‘‘cheap’ cost Maurice Silveiherg, 60, of 560 Kenilworth avenue, bis life sav ings of 51.550, he told police Sat urday. . - - |r I l ' l * I SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ' mj*-4 W II 11 AM TELL OVERTURE (Rw,m) MM ROI FRO (Ravcli RS)g BARC AROLLE from TAI ES OF HOFFMAN SPANISH DANCE (Hr I alia) AM2 MARCH MILITAIRE iS.Hi.bert) S( ARI DAM F. (f Hammade) |S4I ( ORO NATION MAR( H from THF PROPHI I MARCH OF THF SMUGC.I FRS from CARMEN - AS*: SW AN I AKE BALLET < I uhaikow .kt > I) a tnr of the Snan*; Hungarian Darter RSt-S MINUET Boccherini) SIRF.NADE from 'let Million* d Srlrquin” (Png. ’ RSo'.A I *ARI FSIENNE SUITE , R./n RS'O n//l( ATI from *SYI VIA BAI I FT” INTR-ACTE & WALTZ from "COPPELIA" RS’2 I A c OLONDRIN'A (Serradelll OMR THF WAVES W AI T 7. KMI6 n I R C.YNT SUITF: MORNING .Grieg PT F R GYNT SUITF: ANITRA'S DAM F RSRR OVERTURE TO CORIOLANUS (Brrthovrn) I CONCERT AND SALON ORCHESTRA R\OS BI l F DANUBE W ALT 7 TAI FS I ROM VIENNA W OODS .At mu., _ Dll PRLLLDE IN G MINOR ißi.Hmao.ooff) roi M FihicM r. Ml 6 NOM RUT thr LONELY HFART T*<:ha;kom ike HUNGARIAN DANCE NO. A ißnhmi, " R'2o SOM. OF INDIA < Rimtkv-Kortakrv) I OIN DU RAI (C.illn ) RS22 wine, women, and song VIENNA RON BONS DHano Sir. .. RS2* SWEETHEART WALTZ; EMPEROR WAIF/ L>hann Strau**t A"f> AR FI ST’S 111 F; VIENNA RI OOP «• » ■< R'M SOI THF RN ROSFS; VOIC FSof SPRING St.., R"R W AITZES FROM Ol D VIENNA F VFN'ING STAR U AI T 7 i I inr.fr ) r A'M SKATERS WALT 7 .WaMteufeD AAI SI D’AMOUR < nine * Mso IIS SIRI NFS iVk aldteufel) LIGHT OPERA — Gilbert and Sullivan Also MIKADO; A Wandering Minttrr! ]. The Sun W'Hmr Ravt: Tit WT.Ho«- ASM lOLANTHE: Noor Shill Tart U«; Thr lan |« t r 'I ri ■' I mbodiment « s; PIRATFS OF PFN7ANCF: Sor 5 < i , p ls F rig; itH < atlike Trrarl: I Am ihr \e\ I'i'trro A ss H. M. s. PINAFORF: Sir Sailed i i-e O.ean h r. 1 tr Ca!.ed Little Buttercup; When I \' at a I ad _ Mail or Tclopliono Ordorak Mill Be Filled Onlv on Urtlrra for 8 Hreorda % or More - < V • ..-'cJI Fire Bombs Rain On Corregidor WASHINGTON. April ! tINRu New type flame bombs 1 anted today on Corrrgidor Bland in the twelfth ronsecutive day of aerial honthai (intent hut the fortress fought off the new attack by shooting down two huge .lap air craft and damaging two other'-. On Bataan Peninsula, the Amer ica rvFilipino forces fought oIT lo cal .lapanese thrusis as the battle of Hainan see-sawed across the narrow strip of land which the enemy so far has boon unable to conquer. The activity was doscriltod in a war depa rt m e 11 1 communique which explained that the bombs dropp'd on C’oiregirior in the latevi raid were different turn* those used previously, “They hurst In the air with huge flames, some of them ex ploding high above the island,” the communique said. 4 Appointees Begin Draft Board Duties Four new draft board officials Saturday assumed their duties after their appointment by the state draft headquarters in I.an sing. They are: John E. Smith, Board No. 5; Edmund J. Stafford, assoeiale gov eminent apftfnl agent. Board 23; William B Wreford. Board —and Hr. Wflhnm W. Mae Gregor, examining physician for Board 38. DETROIT SUNDAY TIMES (PHOXE CHERRY S 800) Trouble! Divorce Asked From Wife Who Smokes at Home Charging tluft his wife smokes contiary to his wishes and “even in ihc presence of her minor child and mutual friends.” Stephen Si korski. Will Prairie avenue. Sat urday filed a petition for divorce from his wife. Mildred. Sikorski said that shortly after they were married in October, 1935. his wife promised to cease smoking, hut that she did not keep her word and continued to smoke, "especially at home.” His wife left him on February 28 of this year, Sikorski said, and ho has made two attempts to per suade her to return. “She insisted that she would return only if nreompaniei! by her mother, although she well knows that the plaintilt could never live in pruro with his mother-in-law.” Iho bill Mated. U. 1 Supreme Court To Rule on Dental Law Enforcement of tho state law against advertising and chain den tists was stayed Saturday with notice that tho supreme court in Washington will review the case. Tho development is latest in the legal fight begun by Edward N. Barnard, counsel for the Modern Dental Society, when the ;n t vva> approved hy voters in 1910. Bar nard attacked the law. sponsored by the Michigan Dental Stviety. nrr rnn:<TITTTTToHaI grounds but Tost his appeal recently in the state supreme court. OPERATIC Zl *503 “PI PROVENC A II MAR” from I A TRAVIATA “DORMIRO sot mi MANTO” from DON ( ARIOS 1 Verdi>. R.mtnne and Spring f rurmb f L' BVofc “VESTI I A GIL BRA” from PAGIIACCI “I A DONNA E MORI! I.” from RIGOLFTTO (Vrrdi', Irnor aoJ Ordtc-'ri 3*543 MY HEART AT THY SWEET VOICE from SAMSON and PFIIIAII Sa.nt-Sae r». UNA VOC 1 roc O I A from RARBIR OF SEVILLE ( Rn'vm , Soprano an ,l Orchettra 8V 44 HABANERA from CARMEN ißurt) VERPAI, ( ARINO and PON GIOVANNI I Mo/art 1. S«>pr4Po and On lira r j c B'4' CELESTE AIDA from AIPA VrrHi' M'APPARI from MARTHA 1.-or and Orch-ura 8V 4 6 PI QUELL A PIRA from II TROVATORE SAILT DEMEURE from FAUST »<iouno»l\, I ctmr and OrchrMr.i cBV V 4 I F.S FI! lESPE C AP!/ l>. .r ) QUEEN of the night aria (Mo/art), Soprano and Orchestra r 85 5 * O PARAPISO from L’AFRK ANA - Meyerlecr) CIFIO F MAR from LA GIOCONDA ( Ponehiflli t, Tfnnr and (Vrriifvtra ; SVbl UNA FURTIVA LAC.RIMA fPom/ftti) ROM ANC F from “PFAR! FISHERS” R Irnor and Orchreri VOCAL BVO2 HARK. HARK TH! LARK (StFukrrt) A\ F. MARIA (Goun. i , Soprano, Strmß Fniemb!* BVn* MACUSHIA MavMurro.ir Rr*r I.‘AMOUR LOUJOLRS I 'AMOL R ((..uvhmg Tr 1 r»-i •, I rr, r and Orci-r-rra r _ 8 VlO I I OVE YOU (.r.rg I.ULI ABY (Rr.ihm< . s t-ano and O.kr'tra ■ svn AY AY AY Per/ I r rc) O SOI L MIO < ( jp.irro dit »pia , I rncr and ('-.Vfxtra ; sv:i 1 IOVF. I 111 ,( a<vr!t Manna / I .i) MORNING CStcv Sprakx-Sr.antonb Trnor and Puna AS2> MY OID KENTUCKY HOME; JEANNIE oil t a_ m m fc wmi ifff t ■ •* I^-inrh HI HI somi iimfs I iikf H<M*orcJ*. \ow I se on. V tf iHBmWy A MOTHERLESS < Fill I), Marion Anderton r WWWHjf;; ASS? GOD RI ESS AMERIC A (Rcrlm) .fN wMfeSflJx '’ ST A R-SPANGI F D B ANNER \ cm 4 * s>•.<:%;• I (Francit S.r»tt Ke\i. R.rrtnne and Orelir'tri \ a’A«f T* • . . yi/ k'' ■, /], AS s s IOVES OID SWEET SONG (Mollo. ; ANNIE w» -s( LAURIE (D Kla« S.ot'i, soprano an I Piano -****“' ftfr* r A'*6 MFIODY IN F R i benvtun ; AIL THROUGH * «rUfc THE NIGHT (Old W'cNh Mr . Soprano and P,,no ' AS?) ALOHA OE < Liluokjlam) \ ooopiri W AT SHELBY V\ »*Z*SkF 14225 W. WARREN \ Daorbom Sfor# Open Every Mondoy, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Evening \ ** Alabama Ready |To Produce Silk ATMORE Ain . April 1 (IT).— Alahnmn’s silkworms soon w*ill ho doing ’lir’ir part for the war effort ■ if War Production Board negotia tions for oornon-unwinding ma chinery are successful, C'ol. Wil \ ham E. Persons said tonight. > Persons, director of a 10-arrc mulberry and silkworm farm, warned American women, how- I ever, that his silkworms were go . Ing to work on war orders, which means silk for parachutes, not blockings. The state-owned farm is capable of producing 50 (too pounds of silk ri year.-AH that has hold up the new industry. Persons said, has been lack 1 J riicikin unw [tiding machinery, available on!) in Great Britain. “The \N I'R is negotiating for thi' machinery ami when it gets 1 here we'll l»e ready to go. It will he the tir-t of its kind ever **een in the New World,” the ' silk farm director said. The silkworm farm is part ol the state prison set-up. Persons is direct dr of the state department ol cor root ion and institutions. | Slight Quake in California \’ • I 4 lINSI. An earthquake, described "as “slight,” jarred Riverside and vicinity today. No damage was reported. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC [ B vn| HUNGARIAN OANCF. No. 8 (BrjHm* ; SERENADE (Sxhuhrrt) Violin and Pa no BVP4 SERENADE from Quartet Op. J, No. V FTi\di ANDANTE ( ANTABU F from QUARTET, Op. It (1 «t haiknvuk v ) Strmß Qiurrft r SSP7 SO! VI JG*S SONG from PEER GYNT SUIT! THE PROPHI r bird 85 09 MOONLIGHT SONATA .Rmhnven' HYMN TO THE SUN from THE GOIDFN COCKEREL (RirmWv knrvakm , s» r r t I n«fmb!r 85i: MAIDEN WITH THE FLAXEN HAIR MINSTRELS 1 Debut xv) P'lfln r 85IV AIR ON THE Ci STRING 1 RacM I tLBLSTRAL'MF. (10/t) Violin and L ino ' 8514 1 A PALOMA ( Yradirri INTERMEZZO from ( AVAILERIA RUSTIC ANA (MaxcJßnb S’nng I menhV 8540 MINUTE WALTZ and MAZURKA IN B FLAT POIONAISE Mil IT AIRE (.hopin’) Puno r 854 1 SOUVENIR 1 Drdt j > SPRING SONG (Mfndr!violin) Violin and Tuno ” B'4 "M R E LISE (Brrthnvrn! FLEDFRMAU'S (( '■'p.rrt Arrjngrmrnt) DSann Sirauv Puno 8V49 MEDITATION from THAIS Ma««rnrt i TRAU'MLRF! (S.humann \ mlin and Pitm Br-558 r -55 SPANISH DANCE, Op. 22, No. J .SiraxatfV ON WINGS of SONG 1 Mrndelvvohn)“\ ml n. T mo [" 85 5 7 SCENES OF CHILDHOOD (Schumann) TarTi I, 2 and 5 and Partv #> and 12. Piano r “ B'6 5 FLIGHT of the BUMBLEBEE iR imikv Kortakov) IMPROMPTU IN G MAJOR <Sc huhrrt) \’io!in and Puno r 85#.4 SPRINCi SONG (Mrndrlwohnl MINUET IN C» (Brrthovrn) Puno 8569 THE SWAN < Samt-Sarnv t GAVOTTE IN E MAJOR ißach) Violin. Tiano 1 85 7 J MINUF.T ( Rot t herinil LONDONDERRY AIR Violin and Puno [ B'B 9 HARMONIOUS BLACKSMITH (Handrl) Tmo VENETIAN BOAT SONCi (Mtndtlnohn) Puno In Pnin! Ho Gets Drunk Because Sister Was Having Baby! Philip Marko**. 38. of 2274 Wat son avenue, staggered into the Hunt street police station and asked to be locked up. He admitted he was drunk. Saturday he was taken before Recorder’s ,Judge Joseph A. Gillis. “What wa.** the reason for the celebration?” the judge asked. *lt was no celebration, your honor,” said Markoss, “I Just couldn't stand the pain." “You mean you’re slek ?" asked the judge. “Oh, no, It was my sister. She was having a hahy.” Judge Gillis suspended sentence. U. 5. Rear Admiral Heads Dutch Forces WILLEMSTAD. Curacao. Dutch West Indies, Aprd 4 (INS).— Rear Admiral J. B. Oldendorf of the United States Navy has assumed command of all Netherlands armed forces in and around Curacao and Aruba, in addition to command of the American forces in this region, it was announced today hy (i. J. J. Wouters, Netherlands governor of < 'uracao. NOW SERVING— ZEHNDER’S Famous Frankenmulfi Chicken Dinners For Rfseri at ion Call Frankenmuth .1341 Frankenmuth, Michigan Or. McGilvray, Dentist, Is Dead Dr. John Bain McGilvray. wealthy dentist who maintained offices at 1117 Farmer street, died of a stroke Saturday at his farm near Rose City. Doctor McGilvray, w ho long had suffered high blood pressure, nor mally spent two weeks of each month at the faim where he was stricken. His Detroit address was 760 Campbell avenue. Bom at Ann Arbor, he received his DDS from the University of Michigan. Surviving are his widow, Nellie; a son. Travis J.; his mother. Mrs. L. McGilvray, and a sister, Louisa Sands. For the “Inside News" of Washington, follow Paul Mill ion's Column in the Times. HEAH OTARION OF DETROIT 1009 LOX THEATER BLDG. CHERRY 1009 * » J NAMI t t AOORIRS J \ riTY * Check Here for Encyclopedia ~Z MASTERPIECE ALBUMS and SETS a:* the sorc irf r*s ArrßiMitr n ki Si oipHnni OnhfMrj >2 10” re cord* in rnve!op«l *<9*.* , '>* 52 A 1 "UNFINISHED” SYMPHONY No. * (Sihuhfrt! Simphonv Oxchfitra (* 12” record* in album' t 2001 . | 2001) 1.55 [ A ) A! BUM OF STRAUSS VCALT7FS < op, frt Orv.fie«tn (1 10” mnrdi in alhum , *505, *<22. *<;«, M»n, *<<i , , 155 AlO NUT< RA< KER SUITF T«fh*'kn«.fc v ) (' 12” romnla in alSuml t200*.|2010 . ... 155 C All VC' 11 MAM TF.IL OVFRTIRF R«p n.) <2 10” rnnnli in fn»*lnp* > |555.*154 ,5 2 r ~ AM OEMS FROM Oil BF R T AND SULI IVAN (4 10” rfmrd* in album) *MO, P'll, 155 2. P 5 J J 1.2* Sunday, April 5,19 IS Mary Ellen Reilly Honored at U. of D. Mary Ellon Reilly, n junior at the University of Detroit, Saturday was nartyvl chairman of the annua! symposium on "Women in the Professions,” to ho held by U. of D.'s Woman’s League, on April 26, j£^- * ? EVENING CLASSES vj lining nirn Hurt mmnn mull h# tralnrri ininifillnlHy In All pnkltlnn* g j In thr linlunlrlal, (uirrnmrnl anil military offlfri of Smrrlra '»w Jl nftire wnrkrr* mu*t hr rrrrulfrd at s nnrr. 0 'I mu r\rnlng« a wrrk at C. S. I. C wIH »«miii prrparr uni for lhr»r iwi*l <] tln»m SI*KINO t I.Assf s BM.IN ~ n srttll r.lh Ki'tUtrallnnt mu«l hr C niailr In atlvanrr. Subitclt oflntd : Cl Shorthand rnoigtaairtrr V T *p»«rrHin| Burrau|ht Calrulalnr xj EnplUh Dirtaphana 0 Sprllinp BonkliMpinp. Aarountlnp 8 tnr further Information y phonr HVmlolph 14*7 CALCULATING AND i SECRETARIAL INSTITUTE Insnranra Eachanyr Bldg. 153 E. Elirahrth St.