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jury indictment that alleged he transported the 23-year-old Miss Barry to New York and back to Hollywood for immoral purposes. United States Attorney Charles !arr has received promises of Jhaplin, Police Judge Charles J. Griffin of Beverly Hills, Captain W. W. White, Lieutenant Claude Marple and Matron Jessie Reno, all of Beverly Hills police, that :hey will surrender in the United States marshal's office- Monday. There they will place their fingerprints on official records, pose for profile and full-face rogue's gallery pictures and answer answer vital statistics questions that :hc government wants preparatory :o formal Arraignment on February February 21. Tim Durant, movie colony sportsman, and Robert Arden. radio radio commentator, friends of Chaplin Chaplin named in the conspiracy indictments, indictments, havn not been heard from. Cnrr said he would "have to send for them" if they do not show up within "a reasonable time." Bond for Durant and Arden has oeen set at $1000 each. Train Collision Kills Two BETHAYRES, Pa., Feb. 13 (UP)—An engineer and fireman were killed and three other train- ncn injured Sunday when a Pennsylvania Pennsylvania railroad freight train crashed Into the rear of a second freight near here. to 1 at a to to of a college or university, whether supported supported by private endowment or by the state, will undergo further drastic change if some of the proposals proposals that are now current should be effected." "At the moment," he said, "proposals "proposals for federal support of education, education, elementary, secondary and higher; federal support of students, students, secondary and collegiate, federal support of scientific research research and libraries—all-ndw are receiving 1 considerable acclaim. "There is perhaps an even chance or better that these proposals proposals will find much favor in a nation regimented for war. Whether for the human spirit the gain in added efficiency and sim- | plified economy will outweigh the ' loss in individual initiative and freedom to make mistakes, only time can tell. At any rate, the American college in its free evolution evolution as an implement of society has now reached a stage when perforce it is governed by society's society's need and not by its own free choices. The prime question is whether our intellectual future shall be immobilized at a planned efficiency or free." LONDON, Feb. 13 W)—Captain Reginald Walsh, Lord Orma- thwaite. 75, died Sunday. He became became a baron four months ago upon the death of his brother, , George. He was -British consul in New York from 1908 to 1911. "far batteries, tanks, trucks and even a dive bomber attack. But, utt ,.„..„,, from sunk," the navy said, "the the killing of hundreds of nazf galloping ghost of the Sicilian troops as the Philadelphia stcairied coast went on about her work." along the gulf of Salerno for 10 Her score chart for the Medi- - "• ' '- •""• terrancan actions shows: "Thousands of pieces of enemy equipment destroyed with the cruiser substituting for concentrated concentrated artillery by standing offshore offshore in the Mediterranean area and pumping hundreds of rounds Roosevelt Speech Read in Algiers ALGIERS, Feb. 13 (New York Times) — President Roosevelt's speech at which he presented a destroyer escort to the Free French was published textually on the first pages of two leading newspapers here Sunday. The third paper, the Algiers Republican, Republican, which recently has expressed suspicions of the allies, notably of the United States, published a third of a column on the story at the bottom of the page in a position position which, to judge by other headlines, was eighth in rank In importance in the day's news. American observers here thought extremists among the French were annoyed by the president's president's failure to mention Henri De Gaulle. Copyright, 1944. days with other naval vessels, with her guns ablaze. "Destruction of numerous German German planes. Including three but of eight in one attacking group of bombers. Other guns definitely got another two of the German, planes, and it was believed still another two were BO damaged, they could not get back to their base, "In addition to these offensive actions where hits could be tabulated, tabulated, the Philadelphia took part In convoy and patrol duty, and played an important part in the successful north African landing operations." -GILNER ELECTRIC CO.' GAS WATER HEATERS 20-GAL. AUTOMATIC LIMITED SUPPLY GILNER'S 217 SOUTH STATE Phont 3-7227 A new star over Salt Lake City... i It means that Salt Lake City is still going Strong in the production of vital war materials. It means that the men and women of "Eimac"... not content to rest on past laurels... have earned and won a new honor. And it means that the products of Eitel-McCullough, Inc., are of continued-importance to the war effort. This addition of a white star for the Army-Navy "E" Flag has greater significance than die original award of the flag itself. Because it is bestowed for continued performance on ,'the production front... notmcrelyforsome"pastjobwell _ .. . . , „ J . ,' r , Follow the leaders done . Twice each year these awards |are made on the basis of steady, day-in and day-out results. They are made only to plants who have previously -won the coveted "E" Flag and then only if the plant continues to maintain a very high standard in production. The men and women of Eimac have received this star just six months after die initial "E" Flag award. This honor is an indication of the outstanding job diey have done. Today they are firmly resolved to see the second star added... and the third and the fourth for that matter... and to win these new honors at precise six-month intervals without lag. Eitel-McCullough, Inc., and the members of die organization organization have achieved these results only with tie help of die Citizens of Salt Lake City. They accept'and proudly display this white star, symbol of achievement with complete humility, humility, for every resident of Salt Lake City is a silent partner. EITEL-MCCULLOUGH, INC. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 14 Feb 1944, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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