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Wednesday, October 4, 1944. T II E DAILY CLINVONIAN ifj;e Four DUMBARTON "OK"S THE DAILY CIMTONIAN 1U klih1 ma The, Weeklr CttMtonUn 1MM WOLLYIOOOD The OUnUm PUlndealer absorbed IB ivu Published Dally Except Saturday an4 Bun Jay leorge L. Carey - - Editor and Publisher cocktails and boxing." . . . And, for one last word on the "Battle of Turhan Bey," Maria Montez sent the PoMomce M uuncon, mui At the Moviet Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Nary a single person ever suspected that Blng Crosby, as a man of 'the cloth, could give a heart - wanning performance. From all reports, though, Bing'B characterization as a priest In Paramount's "Going My Way" brings him into the limelight for top Academy Award laurels. A major share of Die credil must go (o Leo McCarey for his delicate direction of this great motion picture which opens Sunday at the Wabash Theatre for a five day run. By HARRISON CARROLL King- Feature Kyndicate Write HOLLYWOOD Everything is wonderful for John Hodiak. Anne Baxter has returned from the east and John's family finally r Indiana Republican Editorial A ocUUcm '1 has sold the telegrams to both Hall ana xur-han saying: "I'm giving a party for the cast of our picture. You boys bring the punch." . . . Donald Woods whacked on the head by a falling 600-watt globe on "The Wonder Man" set. His hat saved him from injury. . . . Every time Bert Friedlob takes out Marianne O'Brien, he gets into a battle. Latest was with an autoist at the beach. Phone 32 Jp phon M jff7Tf MiMtattnm li Kv ftwmicAM 0iwmd si f t 1 home in Detroit and will come to Hollywood to live. They arrive Oct. 1. The Hodiaka always have been a close-knit family. John has leased a Beverly Hills home and will move in with his parents and his sister. Judy Garland has talked Producer Arthur Freed into acting a scene for "The Clock." He'll walk through the New York Grand Central station. Casting calls for "a prosper ous businessman type. I'AI.ACK Tuewlay ami Wednesday If it's fun and fight you want, see "Leave it to the Irish" with James Dunn, Dick Purcell and Wanda McKay which opens at the Palace Theatre tonight. "Law Men" featuring Johnny Mack Brown and Raymond Hatton opens as the secqnd feature. Harrison Carroll PQSTWAlSPtOCE OHMMHC-r flPPRGW. After all they went through in France, Spike Jones and his orchestra couldn't get reservations from Chicago to the coast; finally were given a special car on a troop train. The train broke up at Bar-stow and, when last heard from, the boys were playing gin rummy and waiting for an engine to pic. up their car. " Now that Carole Landis' husband, Major Thomas C. Wallace, has been transferred out here, she must go east for a series of personal appearances. They'll talk about that delayed honeymoon, saj-s Carole, when she gets back in about two weeks. OKtRl OKI'"" Mi V v - Farming Predominates About 80 per cent of the population of Jugoslavia normally engages in farming. Industrial activities play a comparatively minor role. Leading industries include timber, milling, tanning, cement, leather goods, chemicals, steel, brewing and sugar refining. Most of these were located in the northern provinces (chiefly Slovenia. Croatia-Slavonia and Bosnia). Dalmatia is the principal producer of cement. Crosby and Sinatra had better look out. Errol Flynn will croon a. song called "Cuatro Milpas" in "San Antonio." Moreover, he'll accompany himself on the guitar. The Earl Carroll birthday party was really something. But so far no beefs reported. All the lights went out for a while and people stumbled around in the dark. John Decker was just saved from walking into the swimming pool. Sweet Potato Flour Several young chemb in Mississippi looked sadly atId after field of surplus sweet potatoes left rotting in the ground. Then they put their heads together and produced an inexpensive sweet-potato flour that makes light, fluffy, golden-brown loaves and cakes. After testing the loaves the chemists announced that the new flour was a high-carbohydrate food, rich in vitamins. Parents of Peggy Ann Garner are bewailing the irony of things. Mrs. Garner left for New York to surprise her husband, Lt. William Garner, an intelligence officer at an eastern camp for Italian war prisoners. Then the Army gave Garner a leave and he flew to California to surprise his family. Mrs. G. can't get back, but the lieutenant will get to see Peggy Ann perform before the cameras for the first time. Henry Hathaway is fixing up some scenes for her In "Nob Hill." One of the important film colony bars now won't admit MEN without feminine companions. . . Jen-lie Lea, who used to go with Red Skelton, has the darndest part in the Fourth Air Force show about camouflage. She plays a BALE of HAY. . . . Jimmy Ritz and Barbara Salisbury the latest combination. ... Attorney Max Gilford will introduce a resolution to the Hollywood Bar association asking; the creation of a legal clinic to give free refresher courses for attorneys coming out of the Army. Move is; expected to spread around the country. . Tay Garnett with Dorothy Haas at Lyman's. . . . Peggy Fears' admirer, Lou Norton, in town to see her. . . The first 10,000 copies of Milton Berle'g book, "For Laughing Purposes Only" were sent overseas to the G. I.'s. . . . Arthur Murray's swell description of Andy Devine's tonesi "He has sediment in his speech." i if I ain for several months with his daugilter. Taking a Backward Glance FARMERS FACE CONTROLS. Farmers, with an eye on the future prosperity of agriculture, are beginning to be concerned with the evidence that, when the war ends, we will be troubled again by huge surpluses of farm products. Obviously, the government guarantee on farm prices, for a limited period, will help tillers of the soil but it is perfectly plain that the government' cannot afford an unlimited guarantee of prices, regardless of surpluses on hand and the world price. It begins to look like some type of production control will be inevitable after the war unless the nation elects to open up foreign markets by accepting large imports of foreign goods and products. For the farmer this seems essential to full production but it is extremely doubtful if the program can be achieved. This brings us back to control of crops, based upon the voluntary action of farmers themselves. It does not mean that every farmer will endorse the program but that the vast majority of them, acting under existing legislation, will vote for intelligent regulation of production to fit the supply and demand situation. MEN FACE DEATH AND GOD. In a report to the War Department, the Rev. Dr. Daniel Poling, who toured the Pacific theater as an envoy of the President, assures American fathers and mothers that they "need have no fear that loved .pnes will forget their God". We doubt that American fathers and mothers require any assurance on this point but it is interesting to note that Dr. Poling finds that Army chaplains are "performing one of the greatest services of all times". We have always found it difficult to understand the fear of some Americans that our soldiers and sailors will drift away from God while engaged in the service of their country. Certainly, men who look death in the face daily are inclined to think of eternal verities. In fact, many THIKTV VKAIW A;) TODAY' Peter Van Eyck, who's been at Fort Bliss in an anti-aircraft unit, here for a few days en route to Baltimore, where he'll train for combat intelligence. . . . Rumors still hot that Jon Hall will file a suit but, even if he does, it probably won't happen until after the trial. . . . Invitations to Bill Powell's party read: "You are invited for CilizeiiN Itank Start SjK'cial Ad Serieti lieginning In this Issue, there people a chance to subscribe what feel like giving in the annual roll call. No attempt will be made to "hit people hard." Hut it is hoped at least several hundred will give twkntv vk.1hs m;o todav IJollar Kay I'lan For NovinlM'r Clinton Ad club decided at a meetiiiK hvld at the chamber of Accident Proves Double Poison An automobile accident was double poison to Marshall Machin of Fulton, Mo. His back was wrenched in the plunge of a car into a ditch. That was bad enough, but rescuers, evidently unfamiliar with Missouri vegetation, laid hiin gently on a patch of poison ivy. to This 'V Business This "V" business, now. which has gripped the public Imagination both here and abroad, as a symbol goes back to the ancient Hebrew priests or Coganim who spread their four fingers apart in a V-shape religious ceremony. has started a series of advertisements to be run each week for The Citizens bank, Clinton's old- help finance this and largest banking house. a ; sone'thing to commerce, last niKiit, m nuia There ads are written by Herbert Kauffman, widely known as an Shocking Story At long last Western ranchers think they have discovered a fence that will keep elk and deer out of haystacks. It is an electric fence, similar to ones used by some sipus jaSScAts jtuea siatpiot se qonui 'oiiqnd m soipucu. guo uo sjod uji Smii-iBD jo uoijipen uoSaq X-imuaa quia! aqi jo s;aq ucjieii 'deo aiiuM net !q 1 P'B! -uop; Xiipeaj si jtepoj jaqa b 3i;qM SJ3R3 PH!laPI OJ editorial writer, and a man who can say more with a few words than almost any other American writer. The advertising plates. Kea Herring A Nonoik Capon is not a fowl but a Red Herring. Capon was used in Old English to designate a Fish. Bushels Are Different In Texas, a bushel of gooseberries constitutes 40 pounds, while in Tennessee a bushel of berries is equivalent to 48 pounds. i work. Vr.omt!s Mrs. Charlotte O'liranl and two sons, of Indianapolis, spent last, week Willi her mother. Mrs. James Hood, of North Sixth st reet . Mrs. William Weir and daughter, Hetty Jane, of Danville, III., is visiting with Mrs. Itosetta Ax-ton, of West Mulberry street. Iiobert Hence, who is attending Purdue, is spending the weekend in Clinton, visiting with his grandparents. .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Horney of Vine street. M. H. fUokesberry. of South Third si reet, left today for Oak Park, 111., where lie plans to re- Paprika Commercially Louisiana expects to produce paprika commercially; California is experimenting with caraway, poppy and celery seed. dollar day Bale, for the first Monday next month. Open display advertising, with no special uniform box of square? will be used on the sales sheets. These dollar day events, put on two to four tinujs a year, have always proved most attractive to large numbers of buyers. Ited -ow Itoll t all I'lan For 1'ear KhapillR I'p J. W. Ftobb. county president of the Ited Cross society, said today the annual meeting will be held in Clinton. Monday evening, October 20th. Officers will be elected and plans will be made to ghe the too. are hand cut, and bear a look differing from anything alse to be seen in an average newspaper. Many will be interested in watching these ads, which will appear regularly on Monday, each week. IVisbyterian Have Hig H. K. Itally la.y Presbyterian rally day, for the Sunday school, Sunday, was a success, inasmuch as about twice the usual number were present. The count at the end of the reg o THIRD HAVEN o old man like me. But I know your ular Sunday school hour showed 2."0. not counting the mission CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbeffer Sunday school children that were present. The school used the church time, also for special exercises, which brought in enough more people, besides those at Sunday school proper, to fill all seats and a good many chairs in the have to help suffering as much as a doctor. I don't know why, but this Raynor is coming because of you. It's Mrs. Reynolds' chance to have a few more years of life. You owe her that, even if she'd been like Laura." "I have my own life to live, Dr. Banning." He stood up. "This IS your life." She faced him squarely. "And suppose I insist on making my own dec.sions?" For a moment they looked at each other steadily. Then the sound of a bell came from the house. Anne uropped her eyes, then ran into the house in answer to the I auditorium of the church. Even summons. The old doctor pulled out fighting men have given .more serious thought to religious matters than they would have done at home. FALLS 3,000 FEET ALIVE. From Morotai Island, in the Moluccas, comes the story of Joe Aiella, who fell 3,000 feet when his parachute failed to open, and escaped without a broken bone. There will be those to assert that a miracle saved the soldier. Others will explain that it was one of the odd chances that often occur in connection with probabilities. Some say the man was unconscious and relaxed when he hit the tree-tops and therefore not seriously hurt. Passing ud the miraculous and chance. i hr.d all these been counted, how-j ever, the numbers recently at the ' biL- meetings of eilher the Cliris-j tii'.n or the Methodist churches W'Oiitl not have been readied, j Kiiih school, however, has shown j much ability to get the classes j well filled, when they make rally ef!'o'-s. and all boosters for the fuiiriay school work have reason in f'f 1 glad .of the success of j e icll. Personals I ?!i's Emma Butterman and i H-ri ,a Elliott of Brazil returned in:::c. this morning, after spending a few days with Miss Butter- ' n.r':i's broHier. Pete Butterman. 'and la: illy, of South Main street. r p?? T" s" 5"" T" icT" ii III" IlJ3I w wzw Wdzm 'M- I. jr -I l I QA I I KM r mmmamammmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmfmmm a big linen handkerchief and mopped his forehead. When he fin- i ished he saw a car pull up to the house. It was the one he had sent to Wilmington. A tall, strikingly handsome man, dressed impeccably, got out. Dr. Banning hurried down the steps to shake his hand. "Dr. Raynor, I'm sure. This is very good of you to come all this, way." j The handsome man shook hands. "Where is Anne?" he asked almost curtly. "She's inside waiting to see you. we suspect that there is something to be learned in connection with the last theory. Everybody knows that acrobats and tumb- I told her you were coming." They went into the house and Vhey enjoyed a niotorboat ride i "ii! n party of Clinton friends, along to Mrs. Reynold's room. Wr. well-trained and in condition, taKe falls that would break other persons into Anne, who was standing by the bed, moved away as they entered. Dr. Raynor went straight to her and, putting his arms about her. Charles Thornton, Mrs. V.'iltermood. Jim Chipps aak Wise, of Newport, are -1 id Ki CHAPTET. THIRTY -FIVE MRS. REYNOLDS closed tier eyes as she lay in bed, and did drop off into a little steep. When she opened them some time later she saw Dr. Banning standing over her. "How do you feel today, Mrs Reynolds?" he said quietly. She chuckled. "Remember the day I whizzed my chair down from the porch to the street? I want to do that again." "Splendid. Then you'll K ready for an operation if we find it necessary.' She stooped smiling, but her voice was steady. "I put myself in your hands." "That's very kind, but I won't trust myself. I'm old- I've asked a man to come down from New York, the very best there is for this sort of thing. If he is willing to go ahead, then w must follow him." She draw a deep breath. "Yes, we must follow. I know at my age there is so little chance of "We will only operate if there is every chano in your favor' Dr. Banning ta sharply. "Be clear on that gwtat. By the way, do you want Lara home when the doctor comes? He's coming by car from Wilmington." The old woman shook her head. "Don't trouble Laura. But I want Anne. I want her to go to the hospital with me when I'm operated upon." Anne came forward and took her hand. "I'll be with you all I can. but only a real nurse Is allowed in the hospital." "You're a real nurse to me," "And to me," added the doctor luietly. "I promise you Anne will oe right with you." "Then bring on your Bpeclal New York man." "He'll be here soon. Now I'm fco-ng to take Anne away from you for a little talk." "Is it something I can't hear? Don't be afraid to say anything." "It's about Anne herself." "Good. Tell her a funny story. She needs to forget me for a few minutes." Anne was curious as she followed Dr. Banning out onto the porch. A broad awning kept away the glare of the hot summer sun. The old doctor sat down and patted the chair beside him. She sat and waited while his eyes twinkled. "I've been meaning to have a talk with you, but I wasn't sure of myself. Now I am. I dare say lots of men have told you how pretty and sweet you are, but has anybody ever told you you were a humbug?" She was amused at the old-fashioned word. "What have I done?" "You've deceived us all. Naturally I guessed, but even I wasn't sure. Girls these days can fool d secret." (She was instantly cautious. "What secret?" "So that's it. You have more than one secret. Well I shouldn't be surprised. You know you are a mystery girl and always have been since you came here." "I don't see any mystery." He crossed his lean legs and patted a bony ankle. "I see more than you do, then. You know you were mighty clever with Mrs. Reynolds that day she fell and Laura thought it was a stroke. How did you know what to do7" Anne stared out across the wide street. "I told you my mother was very ill " His quick laugh cut iier short. "You did have good hospital training, didn't you? But I'm sure you were a splendid nurse." She faced him boldly. "Sorry, Dr. Banning, but I never was in a hospital." He grinned. "Not as a patient. But as a nurse." "You are mistaken. Dr. Banning.'' He shook his head. "So young, so pretty, and so deceitful. What are you going to say in a few minutes when Dr. Raynor comes?" "Dwight!" She gasped out the name, then clapped her hand over her mouth in dismay. The old doctor chuckled and grinned at her knowingly. "Yes, my girl. Dr. Dwight Raynor. I said I was going to get the biggest man I could. He refused when I wrote, but last night I had a long talk with him on the phone. I tried to interest him, so I told him about you." "No!" "Ah, but yes. I said we had a pretty nurse here from New York who had probably saved this old lady's life by her quick thinking. He was still saying no, no, no, when I told him the pretty nurse was named Anne Wilson. He gasped out 'Anne' Just the way you said "Dwight and said he'd come today. It wa3 a hunch. I believe in hunches. It's wonderful what magic there is in some names." Anne stood up slowly. "I I'm afraid you don't understand." "But I'd like to." He smiled up at her. "Would you like to tell me?" There isn't anything to teW "I see. Well, he told me to keep you here if I had to bang onto you." "I'm sorry, Dr. Banning. Under the circumstances I must go." "And leave an old woman who depends on you? I didn't think you were like that. In fact, I know you aren't Laura was hateful to you oh, I know about it, never fear but you came running when you were needed. It's your nature. And it's your duty, lou're a nurse. You kissed her tenderly. two, or more, pieces. GENERAL EXECUTED. Chungking, China, reports that Gen. ii citv today. They are all liking (rea'ments from the chiro-..u-ton on South Third street. "I'm so glad I've found yon again, darling." I HORIZONTAL 12 European mountains Chen Mu-Nung, commander of the Chinese It was the old lady s chuckle which broke the spell. Her voice had a merry ring to it "Well, I never! I might have known It Who 11. dirtres i 17. willi.n 19. I'M ref-j:c 22. consume 24. neuter prer.eiin 25 cooking utensils are you?" VERTICAL 1. mixed rain- lee 3 tiver in France 3 exhibits malign sat- islai tion 4. mind 5. land-measure 6 calyx leaves 7. linger 8. classifies 9 narrow inlet '0. entire amount Dr. Banning was quick. "This Is the famous Dr. Raynor, Mrs. Reynolds. He's come from New York to" To kiss Anne. I know. I'm sorry 44 growing ob. 47 boiling slightly M saiior 52 Gieat Lake 53. case for small toiletries 54 silkworm 55 spreads for drying 56 lairs 57. diminutive for Daniel Vet h'uperstilions I It is uniuiky to gamble in a room -.here there is a woman unless she ii emulin too, says an eld superstition. "And i', is usually unlucky. I aiiyhuw," commented an expert po- kcr player recently. Therein lies the probable explanation for slag parlies. It brings bad luck to play ciu-ds any place near the spot where a murder was committed. Walk around the card table three times to change your luck. It is lucky for a card player to carry the wishbone of a chicken in his pockeL I can't get up and leave you two alone." Dr. Raynor's eyes were spar- 93rd army, has been executed for failing to carry out orders to defend Chuanhsien. When the Japanese approached, the Chinese general fled, despite his possession of strong defensive positions. The Chungking government seems determined to compel Chinese generals to fight but this display of stern resolution does not seem to reflect control of all Chinese forces. MAYBE!. W. E. Woodward, author of historical books, recently wrote one to explain how the people of the country lived in years klir-r. "I hope soon to have you so Answer to yesterday's puzzle. you can get up, Mrs. Reynolds. You must forgive me. I haven't seen Anne except a few minutes in Washington, for about six months. I'm glad you had such a fine nurse. 1. swine 4. throw 8 macawa 12. suffer 13. extent 14. fodder tank 15. equal: comb, form 16. relaliationj 18. rent 20. river in Italy 21. toward 22. English cathedral town 23. mature 27. bitter vetch 29. dance step 30. rose essence 31. sun god 32. steep, as flax 33. beast of burden 34. negative 35. masculine name 37. pastry 38. S-shaped worm 39. burden 40. seed containei 41. diminutive lor Alfred 26. Cupid 27. therefore j 28. shower j 29 foot-like I organ ; 30 Peer Cynt's : mother ! 32. goes on w ith 3.'i. assistance 36. symbol for lutecium 37. courteous 3S puffed up j 40 peeled 41. in.ir-tir.ite I article j 43 note in the scale 44 shield 1 45 ancient I Gaelic capita ! 46 li.-lur.d j ' j ' i j j Anne is tops." Anne moved toward the door, but Dr. Raynor's crisp voice called her. It was the voice of the surgeon, not the man now. "I want you, Miss w Llson. Don't leave. You can help me move Mrs. Reynolds if I have to. Now, Dr. Banning, A DIeIn faosRlAILg-iNjEjol cloNlGgjAjTJllAITiEM S2321A'RisBE!Ll rjA SlPlA' R ! SjJ?N7?JIS la gPEIOiNFEP EN a r a!eEl i pL": huF PjAjRiREllJs IJRJAIW ft,E!AiPjr)Lp;Ai i iNnss I IMlTE IPjRlOiGlA'Ti I lOjN DJotEJr lAjNiE flll2A e sITia'TEiFiUeAip 1U-4- Discoverer of Electricity It is difficult to say who was the d.coverer of electricity. It is believed that Thales of Miletus 640-546 B. C.) knew that amber, alter being rubbed, acquired the property of attracting iisht bodies. However, no definite scientific information on electricity was acquired until the Sixteenth century, when Dr. William Gilbert of Colchester. England, published his great work "JJe Magnete." in which he laid the foundations of electrical science. Perhaps Dr. Gilbert can justly be called the creator of the science of electricity. shall we begin?" The old lady nodded. "I think I can trust you. But I want Anne that are gone. If he will now write one to explain how the various segments of the social strata live today he will perform a public service. Maybe, if all of us knew a little bit more about the trials and tribulations of other people, we would be inclined to temper our greed and live more in accordance with religious principles. with me when you start cutting. "Naturally Anne will assist me if necessary. She has dene so hun 47 rigid 4 anger 49 amoeg ( poet.) 50. rthgious sister dreds of times." J To Be Continued) Aicraie lime ml ololl: 2C nunnn-. Dit- by King Features Syndicate. Inc. t

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