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"If marriage interferes with art, get divorce," says star; she does.
"IF MARRIAGE INTERFERES WITTI ART, GET DIVORCE," SAYS STAR; b.'E DOES jCarmel Mjcr$ New York.—Wht>n a Imshand inter-] foroti with art, cut out V/io husband. | That Rooms to bo tho nvotto of j Canufil Myors, motion picture u <;(roa>0 WUOKI ; n:nm> in private llfo happened j to LHI Mrs. I sad wo Kornblum. ! For Mrs. Kornblum no longer 1 B Mrs. Kt _rnbluin. A divorco has taken euro of that. It is understood that Komhlum, who Is ti lawyer, couldn't approeluto tho artistic sensibilities of wi<fe and sho in turn failed tio ai'proetafo why he tiidn't approciate bow dear to hor heart was tho art of hnr nmvies. This mutual lat^k of apprttiTial Ion b'nl to ti )H divorro oonrt and now Cannol can puraufl her arti.stic wuy untram rneled by tho name of Mis. Kornhhim and unhindorod by Koruhlum's failuro to appreciate geniuB. So onco more Oiirmel i» U«virt whol<» anil fancy f roo and Korivbluni-- - oh, lio'll probably live thiouKh U.