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, tricky, Noverbfr 17, 10 W. THE DAILY CLINTON! Tacr Six Behind the Scenes "SINEWS OF WAR" 3 THE DAILY CLINTOMA1N 1IU fm HOLLYWOOD 7 bam bund. . . . It's a oshy gin lor WlllHlskad M Thm Weekly CMBtonlaa MM VIM OUauin PUlndetUer absorbed In 1WMI Pnbllahed Daily Except Saturday and Sukday gporgi) L. Carey - Editor and Publisher stave at tee Poatoffk at Clinton, Indiana a Second Glaas Matter t Ht.vw4 CAnrtuil KliiK . -VdliiL4 Kiiuluilr tWihT HOLLYWOOD Hollywood can pin a medal on John Hoiliak for being a right guy. On Hie way to the slutl.o, the star picked up Sgt. Gmrii lit- . s--. Republican Editorial Phone 81 Phone 33 ' "rHS hannon. a ill- ehargad veteran r - ? t Cailalt- anal : 1 and New Guinea Scenarist Mary McCall, Jr., and MaJ. David Uranison. . . . You'll set a big change in Joan Crawford in "Miidreil Pierce," "House of Sand'' or whatever they Anally call it. She'a going to ton down that exaggerated lip makeup that .ied to make her mouth seem as wid as a Patton break-through. . . . Chili Williams resuming with Ken Murray'! partner, Dave Siegel. . , . Madeleine Le Beau Is no longer at M-U-M and has gone east to try for a stage career. . . . Very funny about Columbia innocently hiring ai actor to appear with Vera Vague in a picture and then discovering that he is her husband, Barton Yarborough. ami- rZwm who has been in hospitals for ilPUBUCAM DITOtML AttnrtATtnm I" At th Movie 1 PALACE Tiiui'Mlny, Friday aiul Sat unlay "They Wade Me a t'riuiluul" Warner Bro. lilt of a few sea-80H8 back U opening at I lie Palace Theatre tonlKlit for a Hirer day run Willi John Garfield, Ann Sheridan and. the Dead End Kid ill ton roles. The film Introduce! a novel locale to film-goes a California desert ranch Is the background (or most of the exciting action of the picture. Saturday Midnight, Sunday and Monday a. gay romance between a very wealthy girl and an army flier, a slap-happy marital arrangement between her secretary and the secretary's husband, all nicely misguided by a too cautious guardian, and completely mlxed-up by the heroine's determination to test the sincerity of the man she loves, adds up to HKO Radio's rollicking high life comedy. "Bride By Mistake" co-starring Larainc Day and Alnn Marshall. Mur Ual has the role of Captain Tony T-nis, the flier, and Lar-aine Day that of the exceedingly wealthy Norah Hunter. - h months recup- :.&r' h eratlng from j rheumatic fever. I With no Idea 01 .SclijttiAli; Q l. I the Identity of I I h 1 1 companion. I I the sergeant j , . mentioned he Harmon Carroll had received pcrmi ssion to get a Job if It didn't require too much physical exertion. Hodiak promptly signed him to a three-year contract as standin the Job beginning right away in "A Bell for Adano." The Na2is have made a mess of Monty Banks' 1,000-acre farm near Bologna, Italy. It once wee stocked with 3,000 head of cattle and 1.000 (ruit trees (hipped from California. Can't wait to see the basket-hall game in "Here come the Co-Eds,'' when chubby Lou Cpstello dons feminine clothes and plays center against a girl who atands 6 feet 7. All the girls on both teams will be over 6 feet. The Idea for Jimmy Cagney to slap Sylvia Sidney in "Blood on the Sun" has died aborning. Jimmy, who started a cycle by squashing a grapefruit In Mae Clarke's face in "Public Enemy," refuse to administer tli slap. Trying to find Connie and Jack La Hue's party, Errol Flynn rang the bell at the wrong house. An old lady in her 80 answered the door. "Hello," said Erro) brightly. "Is this the party?" The old lady snapped: "Don't you get fresh with me, young man," and slammed the door in Flynn's face. REAL BATTLES IN HEAR. As Lt. Gen. George S. Patton's American Third Army hammers at the German fprts which girdle Metz and Thionville, the real battle for Germany is being fought far to the rear, along supply lines reaching from ports on the channel and North Sea to Allied supply dumps and warehouses just back of the fighting front. Since American and British armies outr ran their supplies of ammunition, gasoline and food early in September the problem of moving the vast quantities of these Btores needed to sustain an offensive has been the principal cause for the slowdown of the war. From the time of the D-Day landing of the Allies at their beachhead in Normandy up to the very recent past it has been necessary to bring ashore the vast tonnage of equipment needed in makeshift, harbors and artificially constructed ports. The capture of French ports and their reconditioning, together with the recent partial opening of the undamaged Belgian itJier-- 7 --'-IT--.--Jay J J,f It's David Niven's story, relayed by Bing Crosby: A homesick Yank soldier was drinking warm beer in a London pub. An Englishman sat down beside him. "Well, Yank," he said, "what do you think of our tight little island"? Peering out the window, the lonesome Gl blurted out: "I wish they'd cut' the wires on those barrage balloons and let it sink!" HOLLYWOOD HI-JINKS: Eastern bobby sockers now going wild over all comers from Hollywood. Pat Knowles practically had hit clothes torn off in both Chicagc and New York- And Eddie Morris his traveling companion, hasn't been so knocked around since the brawl at the Dorsey apartment Speaking of clothes being torn. off. Claudette Colbert will be almost shucked out of an evening gown when she gets caught in a football scrimmage in "Guest Wife." . , . Wynne Gibson selling' her beach place in expectancy of a year on Broadway. . . . Buddy Westmore, in civvies, Clover-clubbing with the missus. Rosemary Lane. . . .-Crowded Vine street breathing a sigh of relief since Glenn Biiiings-ley's Cafe Tropics has added an. oilier eating place, and a good one. . . . Now, Band Leader Richard Himber is compiling a textbook on magic. . . . Amusing opening scene lor Alan Jones' Universal picture, "Romance, Incorporated." Screen shows 30 prisoners singing: "Time Will Tell." . . . The treasury department will press 16,000 discs oil "Buy a Bond Today," the song written by Milton Berle and Hal Block. ... If an opera deal goes through for him to sing "The Barber of Seville" and . "Pagllaccl,' Carlos Ramirez may postpone hi trip to Mexico City fur a divorce. class to find a suitable name for it. They planned also to hold a bake sale next Saturday nt the Raynes-Frazier store. Taking a Backward Glance WABASH Friday and Satunlay It's Hopalong Cassidy time a-galn at the Wabash Theatre whpre GoodwIUs new six gun drama, "Bar 20 Rides Again," opens tonight with William Boyd and Jimmy Ellison riding and shooting it out with the most sinister vlllnin of the series. Certain to provide relaxing and refreshing entertainment fop niost-work -weary, war- worried film patrons Is "Allergic to Love." a frothy, carefree and highly hilarious comedy romance featuring the personable team of Martha O'Drlscoll and Noah Berry, Jr. which opens as the second feature tonight. Sunday, Muixlay and Tuesday , Hold on to your hearts. Ani' i-ica! Here comes Mr. Winkle! the most wonderful the most lov-ble character to come from Columbia's lung line of memorable "Mr." characters. He comes out of a "rut" in Benton, Calif. Into a "foxhole'' to kill Japs 111 the South Pacific. He comes to the screen of the Wabash Theatre from the film version of Theodore Pratt's best-aelling novel, "Mr. Winkle Goes to War" In the person of Edward G. Robinson. He'll make you split your sides one minute make you cry the next. l'AI.ACK . - . COM'MIIIA Hunday and Monday TWENTY Y KAILS AIJO TODAY Exchange Club To Conduct ll2." Ited Cross Drive , met with Miss Agues Gardner, ' South Fourth street, last niglit. , Guiues were played and rei'i-esli-nienls served after a business meeting. The following were prea-1 out : Misses Ktllel and Margaret Griffith, Florence Auer, Thelma I llailiia, Kllen and Laura Pay ton. I TKX YKAKS AGO TODAY Announce Schedule for ('l)KA Classes lo Organize Monday Class organization meetings for Hie Clinton federal emergency educational project will be held in all Clinton Township schools The Exchange club of f'liiilon Wouldn't you know it? Lupe Velez, who's 5-feet-3, showed up at the Mocanibo with Warner Leading Man Johnny Mitchell, who's 6 feet 4. Lupe always did like 'em tall, going clear back to Gary Cooper. . . , Loyce Whiteman may change her mind and delay that divorce action against Harry Earrie. . . . Florida reporters would do well to check Orchestra Leader Sonny Dunham and Universal starlet. Carolyn Gray, who's Just arrived In Miami and may Join the Dun- has taken over the eighth annual roll call for the American lied Miss and ; Cross In Clinton and Clinton Sadie Cook, Alice Stovely, inwiishiu. C. M. Poor, president Callie 1). MeMechen, teacher port of Antwerp has gradually changed this picture. Recently, according to reports in informed circles, a vastly increased flow of Allied supplies has begun that will make it possible soon to launch the huge fall-winter offensive on the western front forecast by American and British authorities. One of the most closely guarded secrets of the war concerns the location of the areas to which the greatest quantities of supplies are being sent because in those sectors the heaviest Allied attacks will of the local club, has appointed Wins. Elizabeth Plunder, imiss r.s- the following committees in ther Edwards was assistant bos- charge of the work: George . , less. McReynolds, chairman; L. K. Mi- Pei-numls chael, J. F. Balch, Mark NeDeker, j air. and Mrs. Ulen Loiungs ui L. B. Silverman, Bert Heiidren, i Kockvllle, Ind., visited yesterday William E. Davis. G. lt. McCSuire, ; in Clinton, with Jlr. and Jlru. T W Varnev. George Gould, . , Dave Louden ot tsortn ftlain street Kcmuviux Rust To keep the InEide of a gas range in good condition, remove rust that may have accumulated with coarse sandpaper, 'hen rub over entire surface with olive oiL Monday and Tuesday nights. Nov. '19 and 20. it was announced to-Iday by Miss Tuiml Lalitl, project j supervisor. Instructors for the courses here will be Miss Martha Ave, .Miss Bonnie Si rain. Miss Virgin-la Satterlee. Mrs. Leona Gonil.j Mrs. Marjorie Russell and Mar-' vin Todd, MfHS lyilhtl stated. i Courses offered, in addition to physical education lor men and women, and the commercial sub-1 jeetB, will be in first aid, economics, public speaking, arithmetic, business English, German, Spanish, I'nited States History. In addition to these courses in home, economics, beginning and advanc-1 worth, the ..popular songwriter who became the singer's husband and professional partner, the film is a mixture of gay music and fastpaced story, depicting the well-loved singer's rise from honky-tonks to the glory of a Zieg-field stage. A. Satterlee. Charles U. Swayne, und Mr. and Mrs. i-erry uiinu 01 Victor Anderson. W. N. iKelly. j 331 North Water Street. Vacliel Dunlap, Earl C. Boyd, i Miss Lenore Merriman cnter-Louis Carll and Hosea Crosby. tallied her Sunday school class John Edris, here, reports a new of the Methodist cluirch al her stunt on the part 01 wives, ne , nome on iiiacKiiian sireei rruiay Moving Mayor F H. LaGuardia, mayor pf He York city, has had 13 official reii-dences since he took office thought his car had been stolen evening. Twenty-two members and told police. His wife was were prosent and spent tne eve- The joy and the hearbrcak, the glamour and sordidness of life backstage in the early days of the American theatre form the background . for "Shine on Harvest Moon" the new Warner Bros, musical based on the life of Nora Bayes which opens Sunday a.t the Columbia Theatre. Starring Ann Sheridan as Nora Bayes and Depnis Morgan as Jack Nor- Improvise Jelly-Bag When you have no jelly bag but you should have one a clean square of cloth may be easily and securely anchored to the rim of a kettle or colander with snap-on clothespins. First Dental School ' The first school for the training ot rientists was npened in 1610, at Bat- come. Obviously, the present drive- of Gen. Paton's Army is not an all-out general attack, nor is it probable that a main offensive will be launched in the sector where the present operations are taking place. Between Gen. Patton's Army and the heart of Germany, Nazi defenses, artificial and natural, are among the strongest of i any sector in the whole frontier. Metz and Thionville themselves, are not parts of this main defensive zone, but merely advance outposts that are being held for the purpose of slowing down the Allied advance. The inner citadels both of Thionville and Metz are ancient French fortifications, downtown, saw the car parked, ning playing games. Uefresli-and drove it home. metits, suggestive of Thanksglv- Presliyterian T. T. I ing were served. Plans were made (1a Meets to hold monthly moetings at the The teachers' training clans of church. A committee was ap-the PreBbyterian Sunday Scliool pointed to put names before the cd English, algebra and music will bo offered In other township centers at Klondyke, Centenary, Universal and Blanford. Classes in the city will meet at Glendale ! timore, Ww. CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sheffer as last year. Newport ttturieailrt Will Present Play "For Pete's Sake," a three act o THIRD HAVEN d powerful in their day but of no great defensive power. Around these, taking advantage of hilly terrain well adapted to defense, are constructed circles of outpost-forts of consiberable strength. But after the last of these outer defensive positions is mopped up by Gen. Patton's fighting men, the Yanks will be still faced by the positions of the Maginot Line, a dozen miles to the east of Metz, and beyond the Maginot Line, the powerful defensive zone of the Siegfried Line built on difficult hilly country where the army on the defenne has all the advantages. New York Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Acting Secretary of State: "We are winning this war. Our victory will be complete. It will be a common victory wrought by a common effort, won for the common good of the peace-loving peoples of the world." 15 W V M 41 4' 4J 44 7777 Hi 'A? 4 OV 41 46 ii so 777 si 'VS, Lul 72" S W comedy, will be presented by the junior class of Newport High School at the high school building on Wednesday evening, November 21. Miss Mary ton Atk-man. class sponsor, is directing the play. There will be special numbers between acts. Those taking parts are June Hlberly. Louise Stewart, Irvin Hollingr.wnrth, Lewis Jones, J. D. Nickle. Bill Anderson. Mildred Holllngsworth, Martha Harrietts Chipps, Helen Mitchell, Irene Ingram, Lowrll Downs and Hoy Bennett. Indiana Slate (hrlipstra To Hold i rwirort Series The first of a series of three concerts by the Indiana State Symphony Orchestra will be held al liull;. u i Stale gymnasium next Thursdir evening. Nov. 22. Miss Amel'a .Myers, pianist, will be a featUlvd soloist, playing a piano conce:'o by Riibensleln. A woodwind ensemble from (lie Chicago Symphony Orchestra will also play. Other conceits In be given are on Jan. .11 and April 11. .Ml.ss alary Alice Houston, Curl Moser and William MaeMillan or Clinton are members of the orchestra. Ivi'suiials The Clinton Township Home Kcunomics Club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alfred Dunkley. west of the city, to make plans for achievement day at Newport next Tuesday. Each member is to furnish a covered dish fur the noon dinner and to have Christmas ii. n all along. She belong to hi. i -t course." - Dan tossed hi ctgaret way It lay glowing on the grass. ''Are you quite lure jhe belongs to him? I think not." "Laura told me." "That doesn't mean anything. Laura loves you. She'd say anything to get you." "Poor foolish girl, Dan. Tm not worth getting. And 1 don't love Laura." "But you do love Anne." Russell moved in hi chair. "1 must tell you, Dan. Loving Anne I madness. She married. She told me so. Maybe she only means she going to marry Dr. Raynor, but in any case It's Jut the same." "A girl can get a divorce, Ru. That's what I wante' to r.ek you. What la the easiest way? And where Is It easiest?" Russell turned to stare at him. "You mear. you're married, Den?" "I gi ess w ran call it that. It was only a a Joke." "Marriage? A Joke? Dan. what kind of a girl could have married you as a Joke?" "A very nice girl, Ru. I want to protect her In every way." "Dan, I'll have to know reore than that before I can help you " His tone was serious. "I -didn't, know you were in trouble like that." i "It does seem funnv. t always said marriage was burk. Now I'm in it. I want to know, is there any way I can get a quicX divorce so nobody'll know?" "Except me?" "You shouldn't know, eithtr. Rus. :t it would only spoil things for you. Couldn't couldn't we both just pretend it had never happened?" "Certainly not. Don't you love the girl, Dan?" "She doesn't love me. Thjt's all that matters. 1 can get ovr it. She isn't my class. She's n f ir away from me as tiiat ri,v,n up there. She always would be. Slie has a right to be happy and not 1st a failure like me get in h.ir way. I I'm sorry I spoke abcut it. You can't understand. 1 can t ic!l you any tiore." - "When did it happen. Pan?" "iaily t'lis bun:vicr. t dotsnt matter." Ho Jumped up. "LjC go to bed and forget ubout It. Now you ma? change your mud about going west for a trip." (To (to ((jallniwd know, Rus, there are part of California where you can't smoke even in your own car. Some place In city limits, too. I know a guy who was arrested coming Into Hollywood from the next valley. It's right, too. It doesn't rain for months and one match or smoldering butt could burn up whole mountain. It's all like a different world from here. Rus." "You like It out thire. don't you?" "It one place I think I could get a start if I went out there again. 1 I know more now than I did. I think I've grown up a little. I needed a good sock in the Jaw to bring me to my sense." "You promised to forget that. Dan." "Maybe It's better If I don't." There was a long silence. Russell broke It finally in a quiet voioe. "You want to go to California, don t you?" "I could get a start out there if you'd help me. 1 don't like to sk, but ..." "You don't need lo ask. Dan. I told you Inside If you put off starting for few days while I arrange thingi, I'll go Willi you." Dan sal forward on hi chair "You? To California?" Russell laughed oftly. "Why not ? !v)ts of people do go, don't they? We'll go out In the ear and make a vacation of :t. I've never had a real vacation. I'll only atay a while, but you can ihow me around and I can make sure you are all right out there. I won't be happy unless I am sure. And I know I can't make you stay here You'll never fit in here. Nobody will ever understand you." "I don't blame them, Rus. I don't understand myself alwayc." "Then you'll let me go with you?" "Let you." Dan felt tears coming into his eyes. "Good Lord, you're doing everything for me and you're trying to make it seem as if I'm helping you." "That's Just it. You will I ii :ip-Ing me So let's call it settled.'' "What about Anne. Rus?" It -cmed at first es if ther: wj.-to be no answer. It w.i.r :v."r; a minute before UiL-uil ri:.; ui a small voice: "Anne ! not for me. Ii you saw her tonight v.'Ub Dr. Raynor, vou'd understand I should, hive known CHAPTER FORTY DAN NODDED with hi mouth full of chicken a Russell told him that Ann wa assisting Or. Bay-nor in the operation. Russell kept urging him to eat and talk along Dap had never seen him so talkative. It waa almost as If he'd had a drink or two. He brought coffee and poured lt out himself. "You see," he cried, "you didn't think I could even make coffee, but I can." "You can make me feel good anyway, Rus." "That's the aptrlt. But I've done ail the talking and you haven't said a word." Dan grinned. "It's hard to eat and talk. I gobbled moat everything up." "I'll get more. If It Isn't enough, we'll drive to Weston. They have an all-night lunch room. Huw about it r A drive will do u both good." ri d rather Jual lt, riPW I've eaten like pl." "Fine. Want to sit on the porch? We ll leave tins meal and . Dan Jumped up. "Ml clear up You sit on the pniuh I've got something to ask you and ; want a chance to think jual haw I'm going to sav It." "Ii it as Importfnt a all that?" "It Is." Russell looked straight Into his .ves. "If it's money, you don't need to ask. Just tell me how much. If I haven't got enough I think I can sorrow it." "It's money, too I want to go but that conies after. You go on the porch." Dan knew how to clean up quickly. He had worked in kitchens in a dozen slates during his wanderings. U wa the way wanderers earned meals as they went to and fro about the country. It was only a few minutes later when he switched out the lights and went out to sit on the porch Russell was smoking and looking out over the moon-silvered waters. Dan aat down beside him and in the silence a wave of emotion swept over him. His voice shook a little. """You're a prince. Rus. to treat me like thi after after the way I've acted " Russell offered cigarets "Don't run away again. Dan. I r.ant to know. If you must go you must. But f want to feel I'm at least making ft easier for you.? Dan lighted a clgaret, "You VERTICAL 1. basement 2 nearby 3 meet in session 4 quivering 5 withered 6 plunderers 1 to sin 8 enormous 9 Latin conjunction 10 having lobes 47 chest noise 4H sodium rblori'le 51 title of respect r2 bone lanat.) B.I city in Michigan r6 behold1 57 deduce f9 trapper 61 outmoded 62 incited London George Bernard Shaw: "All warfare has been ridiculous and unnecessary since time immemorial. It's even ; more so now than in old days. At heart, we are all barbarians with civilization imposed on us." Washington James F. Byrnes, War Mobilization Director: "Much of the manpower trouble is due to the mistaken belief on the part of some people that the war is about over." London Prime Minister Winston Churchill: "Until Japan has been defeated the war must have first call on all our ef Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 11 act in response 13 slacken 16 tolled 19 banner 22 electrical engineer labor.) 24. Irish Fret State 26 draining 30 noxious plant 33. drank the health of 35 loose, hanging shreds 36. king of Judea 37. obliterated 39 box 41 navigated 42. mistake 44 chemical suffix 48 prepare for publication SO mislay 54. time preceding an event 55 label 58 Egyptian deity 60 in law. an action HORIZONTAL 1. hulls 6. smooth and even 11. withdraw 12. public speaker 14. Hebrew name for God 15 frights 17. exist 18 short for Alfred 20 edible part 21 small river duck 2.1 Biblical name 25 short for Edward 27. Greek letter 28 draw after 29. increased 31 prefix: former 32 sand or gravel 34 hurried 36 masculine pronoun 38 Greek seaport 40 hue 43 epoch 45 breach iS masculine name Accident Rate Accidental home death rate fol children under live jumped 13 per cent last year and the death rate for children in the 5 lo 14 age group rose 6 pi r cenU fB : Textile Emplo) men! The textile industry and related lines employ in the aggregate about one-fourth of all the wage-earners in New England. CiHJATI BIElA D S LnAlRiEJ O I UL 5 A S E ULjM A R t f lX'e'r SlBIEmS t sHa n o nE3 O V en3A N G E HQ 0 N sItoiO p eIpPl Th ER 3! afejjp a xe l SJO jJlKIS E fl t0b poEaJ5TrlElt:r,tJ3OlE forts." London, England. Anthony Eden, British Foreign Minister: France will re- lover and in her endeavor she can be as- Bushels Are Different In Texas, a bushel of gooseberriel constitutes 40 pounds, whila in Tennessee a bushel el berries is equivalent to 4 pouuds. iL ared of the friendship, understanding and Airncr time wlulioa 13 mioulo. Dm t t'i., Fctur SaJi.ati lic pip of British peoples everywnere.

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