The Morning News from Wilmington, Delaware on December 8, 1939 · Page 40
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The Morning News from Wilmington, Delaware · Page 40

Wilmington, Delaware
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Friday, December 8, 1939
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FORTY WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1939 King George VI Confident Of Allied Success in War 'No Need to Worry Over Outcome,' He Says After Visiting Troops; Hailed as Our Queen' by Singing French Pupils By W. W. CHAPLIN (International News Service Correspondent) WITH THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE on the Western front, Dec. 7 King George VI today expressed confidence that the Allies will achieve victory over Germany. He made no estimate, however, as to the eventful length of the war. His M-ajesty's expression of confidence was voiced during a tou. of artillery gun emplacements on ' this, his third day of a personal, inspection tour of the British war zone. Encountering a British artillery officer whetn he knew personally. King George chatted with him briefly. The talk concluded, the king turned away and declared: , "As long as we keep on the way we are going now, we won't need to worry about the outcccne." At luncheon in a tavern in a French provincial tewn behind the lear lines, the King was host to President Albert L;brun. Premier Edouard Daladier, and a "distinguished company" which included Viscount Gort, commander-in-chief of the British expeditionary force, and several French generals. His Majesty and President Lebrun both offered toasts during the luncheon, reaffirming the Anglo-French alliance. Before the beginning of today's tour of inspection His Majesty received in audience a group of war correspondents. One amusing incident occurred today when His Majesty was hailed in :hildish song as "Our noble queen." While touring through one French village, the school children, who had been granted recess to greet the King, burst into a treble rendition of the English national anthem, but because their ancient teacher had learned the words when she herself was a littie girl and when Victoria was queen, she had taught her pupils the same words, the meaning of which she did not know herself. Thus, as His Majesty approached, the French school kiddies sang out: "God save our noble queen.". LAWRENCE PLOT CASE GOES TO JURY TODAY HARRISBURG, Pa., Dec. 7 im Final arguments were completed today in the trial of Pennsylvania Democratic" Chairman David h. Lawrence on charges of blackmail and conspiracy to favor a gravel company on state contracts. The case will go to the jury tomorrow after the charge by Judge Howard W. Hughes. Counsel for Lawrence, former secretary of the commonwealth, asked that he be acquitted and termed the whole case a "tissue of lies." Dist. Atty. Carl B. Shelley referred to Lawrence as "the boss" who. he said, dominated state departments during toe administration of former Gov. George H. Earle. Mrs. Mitzi Gould Seeks Divorce LOS ANGELES, Dec. 7 m Mrs. Mitzi Gould, the former Mitzi Haynes of the New York stage, filed suit tcday for a divorce from Dave Gould, motion picture dance director. She charged cruelty. The couple married at Albuquerque, N. M., in 1937. fGive your husband delicious )!d-time, crumb-toppd DRAKE'S COFFEE CAKE 15 i L 035333 mm u.-l flERE'S an easy way to provide protective cleanliness for toilet bowls! Simply use Clorox as directed on the label. For Clorox deodorizes, disinfects, removes numerous stains from toilet bowls, washbasins, bathtubs, sickroom utensils; tile, enamel, linoleum and wood surfaces. Clorox provides protective cleanliness in laundry, kitchen and bathroom . . . has many important personal uses. Always order by name . . . there is only one Clorox. 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