For a young detective-agency operative, RITZY TYLER, the grand London opening of an American swing band, DEX GOREY and his RHUMBADORS, holds no interest till Ike Miller, another agency employee, arrives with an urgent message for him to report at the Imperial Theatre to JOEL SABER, his famous boss, an ex-inspector of Scotland Yard.By GAVIN HOLT30 min
OH, NO,” Lorna said, "do I have to?” "You really should,” her aunt replied. “From what I hear, he’s a very nice young man. And the Thorpes are a good family. They did us a lot of favors years ago, at home.” “But what can I tell him?” “Oh, whatever anybody tells beginning actors.By ROBERT CARSON21 min
LONDON, June 21. (By cable)—Yesterday we held a secret session in the House of Commons to discuss the course of the war. The galleries, public and press, were empty, and even the attendants had to take up their positions in the Palace of Westminster far removed from the lobbies.
MONEY counts in winning the war. Your money and mine, for dollars spent in the right places work to our own and our country’s advantage. Canadian housekeepers in their job of catering to the nation can serve effectively on the economic front.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL9 min
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