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SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Actress Property to Ex-Husband Cut A Classy § f A fc, tl 0 P fe, A t K AHS AS Five Morti <Caii Make Smorf Little Caps Froni Dod's Discarded Felt Hols One group cut the phone lines. S INCE THE WEATHER didn't allow the landing of the Commandos still left on the submarine "Talisman," Col. Laycock split hi« force into two'Jciaclmients. Lieut. Col. Kc'yes, in command of the first, was to attack Rommel's headquarters. The second, with ,a young subaltern m charge, was to cut telephone and telegraph wires at the crossroads south of Gyrene, where the Italians had their headquarters. Laycock decided to remain at the beach with a sergeant and two men, to form- a beach head and keep the reserve ammunition and rations. They would also be ready to receive the re* ^rf^nd rain howled Ihnugh Ih. wodl. Friendly Arab .gulM Item »**im.l'« h.odqoort.™ . . . mdnta of ,te a—do, f-om ,„= "T,li«n m - *n fa,r l™,r, «*., ,1. r,in te f8'if«V»"i,''T.~S l«!,"»d°ta'l«°" lS« "±?,!. ""1,"..* ,te waiter ,n,d, hndtai po.ll*,. Uyc.ct ™M,« ita, -v« ... .1. *"f ™ "' "^^nSteT"« SS.J « o» "»'" lte ' imvli "6 lvil "' """' " T '" ;;!:irrS!ts-^±i:f;t:'7S,:'s »™£,^^^a&& ^rs,^X*"-'irn«!,""S» ;r^r/& b s^X".£3J ?«r™ s :,,^r^." ^ * - *• "•«- - ™- '-* *• c ™"™""" rains howled through the wadi. rations a •At seven o'clock the detachments moved off, acconi- npnied by Arab guides, but after a few miles the weather got the best of the Arabs and they abandoned the Commandos, who picked out a deep wadi and slept for Clothing anil cold, impossible. In the waili where Keycs and his nien were hiding, shivering in the cokl rain, last minute plans Were a , tw hundred ytmls of Rommel's bouse. The Fox clinks the Commandos, but his lair is raided.) Klnc FcnturiM Svndic»t« In :eo-oti«r«tlon wllh the • Book-of-the-Montri Club. Inc. R. Willioms MnnMltlnn rnmnnnv. Dl.ilrlhnlpil hv BY Hershberger OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hooplc OUT OUR WAY PUNNY BUSINESS NO, HE WOM'T, BUT /V\OTK- 6OAT 6OE6, I'M. FILING S.OIT FOR. WILL ' EVEM PE.TTIW' Hie HOSS S TOO CLOSE PER HIM ' HORSE.' WILL HE BAY-rER, BLiT T'CU ABKOR. AK1D IT CER.TA.IK1LV ATE A BARBERRN UP BEST SILK BLOUSE/ PRODUCTS/—OIA; TODPsV'S MM. 1«U •»•««« »»VICI. IMC. T. M. HtC. U. S. PAT. OFF ' 'r\ftcr three months of bcinjj cooped up in n subnmrmc. " -* ' -1 feel J051 like u bird thul escaped froui.u cage!" "It's a new type ring—now they can't run away iroiu each other!" By Walt Disney A Fish Story Donald Duck By Leslie Turnet . /ITS -J GOOD C WELL, WHY lAN'T WE GO? Calling Cards WE'VE FINISHED — SO ALWAVS REMEMBER, WHEN VOLJVE STARTED SOMETHING, NEVER GIVE UR NO MATTES? WHAT HAPPENS! SUCCESS \S SIMPLV STICK- TO- IT- IVENESS! . . WELL SO NO STICK MOPE. WE HAVEN'T FINISHED. f OTHEf? TI/AE. ZES! THERE'S QUARTERS OMMA HOME PLANE; ENROUTE Thimble Theater By Fred Harmon "Battle Formation Hanlon Escapes LOOK AT V UJHAT SEEMS// TO BE THE // HAND AN) 1 10 ACE. HANV.ON MV EN6MV HAS THE UUE'RE AUMOST THERE-_VES,THERE ARE ONE MILLION ENEMIES CAREFUL, KE.D R\DEK.— Hl.-N THE EXPRESS SAFE" I OMLV "SEES MV GORSH. 9 ALL > SEES is THAT HERE, LOOK AT IT THROUGH THIS GLASS- , A MlLLIOMOT='6M ^s . "\ ^ ' / I if^r^r^*^ f fr*'~ r *'. •• , l*^>5>">'«*> ,. 190. K.n,i r,»,,,,t. VJ»'", "!^y^'("f)^ .^mJ^ %&%£ By Edpar Martin You Don t Say loot* and Her Buddie* Bv V. T. Hamlin Now Where Is He? WELU, L THIKJK SHE'9 I'M NOT TOO SURE OF THA>T MAIN TUBE,.. AND TH'SUPER WHAFF ACTS SHAKY, BUT IT'S GOT TO I HOPE SO--I CAJvl'T FIRST THE FUSES.' COME HE STARTED OUT M ON, VOU BOOK-STORE FOR MOO- THANKS. WlENTISTS, OFF WITH TO MY AWKWARDNESS VOUR COATS,' VOU'RE HE PROBABLY piDN'T / &OIN& TO WORK! ARE WE POINGT YOU CERTAINJLV MADE A MESS OF THE TlME- MACHIME! HOW WILU YOU CONTACT OOP WHEM YOU CAM'T EVEM TELL WHERE MAKE IT, BUT I'LL FIND HIM,..SOME HOW.' §y Chic Young The Fall Guy! By Merrill Il9*s«i Just Turn Around Freckle* gnd Hi* Friendi VOU Lt BELIEVE AW ; m IF THAT ISKI'TJUST I THIMK \N6 LOWERED Trie WROMG CURTAIN / EEPTRVI^& THEM ALL, TILL WE GET THE RIGHT OKIE/ „ we MUST SEEK OUR FOOD WHERE we CAN FIMDIT/ YOU'RE WRONS.PEAR, HERE IT IS.' IKITME EUCVCLOPEPIA WHAT ARE THEY' tALJGHlNG AT? lEREi BRETHREN VAST WILDERNESS MAKE OUR ME\ BEFORE VOU'LL VOUR HAVe TRIED TME COFFEE &. SINKERS ir HERffe 1943 BY ME* SERVICE .Los Angeles, Nov. 18 (/t 1 )—Terms of n properly settlement between Screen Actress Rita Hayworlh and her former husband Edward .Charles Judson, under which he received virluolly all her lisled com- munily property in return for, amoung other things agreeing not lo accuse her of moral turpitude, have been disclosed in Superior court. Provisions of the agrecmenl were made known upon Ihc unsealing yesterday of an attachment suit filed by Judson Sept. 8, but sub sequenlly dismissed. - • The suil charged Miss Hayworth 1 promised lo pay Judson $500 month iy until $12,000 was turned over, j ,,-- but that she had defaulted after paying only $2,000. Judson's lawyers said they dropped the action . two weeks ago because "a substantial cash sctllemenl-had been reached." Under the previously secret pro- f- perty pact disclosed when the new attachment suit was filed, Judson, who was divorced May 22, 1942, promised to turn over lo Miss Huy- worth all documents bearing her signature and under his control; ^ not sell or p.lvc away, circulate or publish any matter arising out of their marital relationship; not to imply directly or indirectly thai she had ever committed an offense of moral turpitude under federal, state or local laws or that she had conducted herself in any manner which would cause her to be held in scorn. Community properly she turned over, as part of the agreement, included all their stock holdings, including 200 shares of Columbia Pictures common, 200 shares of 20lh Century-Fox pictures, preferred, .ind ISO shares of Metal Assemblies Corp. After her divorce Miss Hayworth was reported engaged to Actor Vic lor Mature, but she recently married Actor-Producer Orson Welles Cut .n .pointed, teardrop-shaped piece from the crown of .the old Juit (toil sketch), then cut nnrow strips of felt from the brim (bottom sketch) und sew them in loops on .the body of the-hat as-shown in the photograph. For the youthful .calut -diagrammed 'below, cut'a scalloped piece from (lie old hat ami strips of varying lengths from its brim. From one of these, fashion a bow and sew the strips to It so they fall craccfully as seen in the •photo. ' Inquest Called in Death of Young Mother Harrisonville, Mo., Nov. 18 —-(/P) — An inquest was called today in the death of Mrs. Wilma Russell. 28, mother of two children, who was found gagged and battered yesterday under a culvert on a country road near her farm home. ) Coroner E. M. Griffith said the young woman died of a skull fracture clue to a heavy blow on Ihe left side of her head. Officers said she might have been hit by a heavy club or -with some nearby bloodstained rocks. A piece-of-cloth had been stuffed into the viclim's mouth and a scraf she had worn was tied around her face. Dr. Griffilh said, however, her overalls and other clothing were not disarranged and Ihere ] was no evidence of a criminal assault. Mrs. Russell had been living with her children, Roderick, 6, and June, 8, at the Cass county farm she and her husband purchased a year ago. Her husband, Orrin I. Russell, 30, is employed in Kansas City and spends only the weekends at the farm. The'young woman failed lo re- lurn home Tuesday afternoon and a search for her was begun Wednesday morning. Her body was found at 2 p. m. The children, in tears, .notified neighbors Wednesday morning their mother had failed to return home all nighl. June lold Mrs. Lloyd Ervin she and her brother went lo bed, bill cried from midnighl until daylight. Mrs. Ervin, who realizing Mrs. Russell was nol Ihe lype woman lo leave her children alone, started the search. Russell left his Work in Kansas City to join in the hunt. Neighbors told Highway Trooper James Judkins they had nol observed any strangers in Ihe neighborhood. From the crown of a man's felt lint, cut a scalloped cap (top sketch), fold the top over and tack it down (bottom sketch), add a bright, tall quill and you have the .smart calot seen in photo.. By NEA Service ! Want a now and scally "ox- .elusive" hal? It's a cinch if you -.have a pair of scissors, one of •dad's discarded felt hats and, desirable, but nol essential, some -.feathers, ribbon or flowers for Irimming. And, of course, a litlle •ingenuity. The illustrations shown .here will give you a start and .some practice. After you have .made these you can go on and develop your own ideas, making as many bonnets as you have old hats. And incidentally, a smart litlle calol like one of Ihcsc makes an original Chrislmas gifl for a leen-age girl. Not So Bad With Arkansas Restaurants Little Rock, Nov 17 UP— Lobster ala Newbug, Swimp on Creole, and Tool Froot Sherbcrt. arc some of the more common borrows of war in .Arkansas restaurants nowadays. The experienced help situation being what it is, restaurnat menus —traditionally left-wing in matters of spelling — have swung even more widely into rule of thumb phonetics, as any veteran eater- outer can varify. One of Little Rock's swankiest eating places, this week presented among its palate-ticklers these choice viands: Baked Macarni cheese, tender- lion trout with tar tar sauce, brascd tenderllon tips, pinnpple sherbert and a vegetable plate described as a "bokuy of spring vegetables." Leaves from a scribbled notebook, marked up in recent trips about the stale, showed such dainties as: In Texarkana — Chilly Mack, •porchod eggs. .-. In El Dorado-— Tea-Bone steak, lime sherbert, roasted sholder of lamb, country ham with yeard eggs. In Rogers — Creme of ceraly soup, swimp on creold, baked ca pern with sage dresing. Al Forl Smilh's biggesl hotel — Cream of split pea soup with toasted cartons. Other gastric gems noted in var ious cities included the above-noted lobster ala newbug, a questionably Fish .paddy, an intriguing roast lion of pork with sauce "all natural.' Enough lo make a lexicographei each for Ihe bycarbinol of sody. Pin*Up Frame-Up Americans Still Giggle Themselves, Retain Humor New York City's banks and trust United Nations Must Not Lose Offensive, FDR New York, Nov. 18 (ff)— President Roosevelt says the United Nations now hold "the supreme advantage of the initiative" in the var and must never lose it. In a message lo Ihe New York Herald Tribune's 12lh forum on current problems lasl nighl, the ^resident recalled thai a year ago 10 said Ihc lurning poinl of the war had been reached. 'The greal advances lhat have been made during the year since then," he said, "can be measured by Ihe fad that now the important events of the war — and in Ihe building for Ihe .peace — arc being impelled by us of the United Nations and not by our enemies." Speakers at the final session at the Waldorf Astoria holel included Vice President Wallace and Wen dell L. Willkie. Messages were read from Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Foreign Minister Anthony Eden of Great Britain and from General Charles de Gaulle, president of the French Commitlee of National Liberation. The president, whose message was read by Mrs Ogden Reid, vice president of the Herald Tribune and broadcast nationally, said "ii the year — and perhaps the cen turies of peace — lhal are to follow this war, Ihe forces of civilization and common decency, the over- With the Greatest of Ease Noel Mendicino of Chicago pushes her prospective popularity as a pin-up girl by getting her picture taken complele with frame. • Midget 'Miy AP Features Americans have not lost their balancing sense of humor, as .long as they can laugh ,ot themselves in personal predicaments brought aboul by "tight" situations in essentials of everyday living. Here's a roundup of items dealing with .predicaments occasioned by shortages of manpower, food, transportation, and other living necessities and service, as reported by the Office of War information. In Seallle, Wash., a holel man- agemehl informs guests that they must make Iheir own .beds. A sign explains: "Maid's Year Out." In San Francisco, the deck steward of a South Pacific transport re ported on the fate of the ship's.mas cot, a pig. "Every .time we hi porl," he said, "so many people seemed lo look at her as red ra lion points on the hoof that we fin ally gave up and turned her over to the butcher." ! Feminine Scarecrow In Glen .Ellyn, 111., the manpower ituation was given ingenious solu- on. An enterprising Victory'Gar- | ner set up two scarecrows attired j i print dresses. Still on Ihe wacky side bul .more eroius, a citizen in Tulsa, Okla^, xplaioed that he had piled lies cross a railroad .track because.two vercrowded trains had already assed him up, ,,and ,he was desper- le lo calch a train. . In Burbank, Calif., arrival of. 500 new alarm clocks caused a public celebration with emergency police called out to keep order. Globe, Ariz., voted to awaken copper mine workers by sounding the fire whistle al 6 a: m. Only :one A wealthy woman in GrossS Poinle, suburb of Detroit, who opened her home to several fami- ies of war/.Wdrkers, was arrested ind fined;fof"Vjpl&t.ing the city zon* ng ordinance/ -wtiich forbids moi'e .ban one family per house, no matter what the siie of the house. In Trenton, N. i. ( at the height of Ihe .lomato harvesting Gov. Charles Edison was season, .forced She's not exactly floating through the air, but that balance act is no cinch. Idea of the acrobatics by this Miami Beach miss is to make people up north wish they were down south this cold November. new 1U1IV ^IIJ ^ UWIHV.J n»-vt t-.Muu ... . r 4U 1 companies have resources in excess whelming majority of the human of $30,000,000,000-28 percent of the 1'a.c.c, must always maintain the national total. initiative. In the historic conferences at Iff you need to . RiOBlOOO! H«r*'« On* *f th* B«»t »nd Quickest HOUM W»y»l You elrls who suiter from simple anemia or who lose so much during monthly periods that you g£ tg* weak, "dragBca out"—due to low blood- iron—start today—try Lydla E. PlnK- ham's compound TABLETS (with added Iron). Pinkham's Tablets Is one of the creates" blood-Iron tonics you ca» buy to help build up red blood to give more strength und ouersy and to promote a, more robust bloodstream — in sucli cases. Taken as directed—Pinkham's Tablets is one of the best and quickest home waye to get precious iron into the blood Just try them for at least 30 days- then see If you, too, don t re- „ murkably benefit. Follow label » directions. Well worth trying! Moscow, we have made several lopg sleps forward. We are making substantial advances in another field, on the conferences now being held by .the United Nations relief and rehabilitalion administration." Wallace declared "Jack of planning and the selfishness of so- called hard-headed men can turn peace II into World War III." "We must resolve," he said, "that we shall not again produce world-wide explosion by allowing certain private interests to high pressure Congress inlo higher lar- iffs while other private interests Flashes of Life By The Associated Press NEEDLEMAN New York — Max Pollen, 74-year old native Russian, makes no apologies i'or his needlework as he matches stilches with 65 women in an American Red Cross sewing- shop here. The only man in Ihe shop,, he joined the unit a year ago, declaring: "I'm a man, but I'll come and face a whole barrage of women if I can do something for Ihe war." The commiltee was shown Ihe seven volumes of new rulings — then it gave Pape two clerks. Leaves From Notebook of Correspondent By Hal Boyle Algiers, Nov. 15 (Delayed) W)— •Laundry .Hill," the world's largest clothing repair and dry-clean- ng plant is salvaging 4,000,000 gar- nenls a month for the American irmy, Here all Ihe lorn, worn and olher- wise damaged ilems of GI uniforms sent back by the troops are mended or merged, and when Uncle Sam's quartermasters get through, there isn't enough thrown away to make a square meal for a moth. "Give us the buttons and we'.ll build a uniform around them," is the slogan on "Laundry Hill," a plant overlooking the Medilerrane an near Oran where the army has concentrated its clothing redemp lion facilities. Every repairable garment is carefully patched and reissued after being sterilized. Pants, shirt and field jackets too worn foi further use are put into the rag bag after bullons and zippers have been removed. In iaddition lo conserving clolh- ng -cosls, Ihe salvage operalions elease shipping space for other var :heeds. The' two buildings which house he laundry and dry-cleaning equip- nent are in themselves another sal- age project. They were built al- •nost enlirely of lumber from discarded packing crates. The plant uns full blast for 20 hours every day. At present it is manned largely by native Italians, who originally were prisoners of war but have been formed into labor companies under their own officers since the armistice. American experts supervise their work. Those who wield the needle have found out that the American soldier in this theater isn't wearing out Ihe seat of his panls— a sure sign of prolonged inactivity. Instead he's wearing oul his clolhes Ihe hard way — in Ihe field of operalions — doing work lhal to proclaim an -emergency in the processing of fdod products 4n his stale. In .Maryland, shortage o£ help lemporari'iy prevenled the ad- millance of patients to mental hospitals for more ^ar^two weeks at a time, and some sections of such hospitals had to be closed Jallo- gether. n. Negro Night Spot, Burns Last Night^ A negro mghtspol on the'"north side of Hope burned lo Ihe ground last .night, the Fire Department .announced. .The establishment was operated by M. Mack. i. »O-<T*— Abundance Raton, N. M. — Ernest and Les ter Popejoy, hunting deer in the mountains, found each had onl> one shell. Bui Ihey made them count—each bagged a big buck. ECZEMA RELIEVE SORENESS PROMOTE HEALING Ease itching with antiaeptio Black and White Ointment. Use only us directed. Cleanse with Black and White Skin Soap. BLACK *»" WHITE Private's Paradise Eagle Pass, Tex. — Due to the manpower shortage, Colonel John H. Bundy, commanding officer al the air field, announced all enlisted personnel, including first and master sergeants, will have to take regular turns on KP duty. "I suppose I can expect a. lot of griping from you lop-kicks and master sergeants," Colonel Bundy added. "Sir," a first sergeant piped up, we did il before and we can do il again." $3,000 Voice Los Angeles — Peggy Amira aircraft worker, has filed suil ask ing a courl order silencing Ih "yelling and screeching" of a neighborhood girl during earl> morning hours when Peggy is Iry ing lo sleep. From Ihe girl's parents she asks $3,000 damages. What looks like a handlebar moustache with earmuffs is the Army's new lip "mike," for men in tanks and other places where thf user must have hands free. The tiny microphone and small earphones fit under helmets, gasmasks, or dust respirators, and virtually neutralize all outside noises. wears them oul all over. The biggesl menace lo army uniforms isn't Ihe enemy —'it's barbed wire and machinery that catch and rip the fabric. Most of the pieces of uniforms sent back have been discarded because of tears. Clothing from torn garments is used for patching materials. If not suitable for that, il is used for wip- •iii- runs in '.he ordnance branches, tank repair shops and garages. me parent plant work is sup- plementcd by numerous mobile laundry units which provide once a week laundry service for troops throughout the theater. Swallows always same roosts during grations. protest was made by the lire chief who claimed it "would disturb his firemen, sleeping" after swing shift hours. In Charlotle, N. C., a holel go a key mailed back from Norlh Afri ca. A former soldier- guest explained he was conscience-stricken on learning of .room shortages in the southern city. All 'In The Wash In Camden, N. J., 3,600 .citizens were asked to visit a laundry, that had gone into receivership, identify their wash, and ,lake il home. Some 3,000 bundles were dry, 'but 600 were still wet, and the laundry warned they might mildew. The village of Harris, in-Sullivan County, Missouri, is going 'to get along with .part-time Sunday telephone service after all. Citizens protested loudly when the exchange owner decided.to let the operator off Sundays from 9 lo 12. "Okay," said the operator, "I get rriy Sundays off or I quit." She got hei Sundays off. •In Athens, Tenn., :two days aftei an over-age applicant managed to get himself elected lo the police force he received his first call. I was to arrest a horse that had gobbled up Victory Gardens. In Hollywood, because of the meat shortage, producers of westerns have decided to omit all shots of stampeding caltle. In Maryland, the ^Baltimore -counly superintend^ ent of schools went personally ringing doorbells in search of teachers, so that -the .county's school bells would be sure to ring on time this fall. In Florida, a woman .accused of shoplifting defended herself: "I just got tired of waiting," she said. "There weren't enough clerks in the slone." .And in St. .Louis, the '- *•!»> W-^« •—" L Tigers Play Bulldogs in Homecoming Game The Yerger High School Tigers' enterlain the Hot Springs BullHogs lere Friday afternoon at 1 p| m. The game has been designated homecoming for the Tigers, | and two queens, one from elementary and one fro mthe high school,! will reign, with-festivities taking Jilace at the half time period. S Advance tickets are now on pale. The public is invited. "Hoskins, the cook advise that you were badly mtoxic ated last night and that you were trying .to roll a barrel out of the " rment. Is this true?" "Yes, my lord. 1 -' "And where was I during) this ime?" "In the barrel, my lord." The amphibians are half w|y in he evolutionary scale between fishes and reptiles. I manpower shortage saved a barber from the -workhouse. Instead, he will spend five months trimming the hair of city jail inmates. ;Serious Side . True, ihumor has enabled Americans to take bad situations in their stride. But Ihere is also a serious side lo the picuture. stop al Ihe seasonal mi- AT FIRST USE 666 666 TABLETS. SALVE, NOSE DROPS JOHN REESE - - Agent for - Uniforms - SlacKs - SM Dresses Very Sheer Hosiery 1 Latest Shades 306 South Laurel St, Hope f ~l Dilemma Camp Roberts, Calif, — One member of a training batlalion. has received a gaily wrapped bundle marked: "Do nol open until Christmas. "Perishable." NOTICE We Hevf Jyst Received Shipment of New No, 1 Tires, lifts 600 X 16 TOl-E-TEXOIUO. Sympathetic Seattle — City Purchasing Agent Willard V Pape asked the City Council Efficiency Committee for an additional clerk to help him keep abreast of new federal regulations. arc financing unsound loans abroad at Ihe expense of the small investor." Willkie praised the Moscow accord readied by the United States, Great Britain, Russia and China as "a sound foundation on which we can now build" but urged it be enlarged to permit all th.e United Nations to sign a declaration of intention. AGED CRATER Arizona's famous meteor crater ,vas formed at least 700 years ago. Some trees growing inside .he crater have that many annual jrow.th rings. -m»-»«p- "Sorry, madam, but licenses are issued only when your form is i filled out properly." "Why, I like your nerve, sir. We can get married, no matter what I look like." A big buck Indian had just. I ordered a ham sandwich at a drug, counter and was peering the slices of bread when he and said lo Use waiter, "Ugh, "you slice 'em ham?" The waiter replied, "Yes, I slicecj the ham." ' "Ugh," grunted the Indian, darn near miss "em." For Safe At Auction All Buildings and Equipment Located At Old CCC Camp 6 Miles South of Hope Monday, November Sale Starts at 10 O'Clock |y the American 111

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