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Man About Town:
The ex-convict whose plot to kid
,/iap Betty Grable was interrupted is
last-named Williams. She still has
a guard, and her father and husband
tote gats. . . . The O.D.T. will order
all dining cars removed from choo
choos traveling less than 350 miles.
. . . The Newspaper Guild will in
vade the radio field (to organize it)
The colyum forwarded several let
ters from worried bond buyers who
"heard enemy-planted rumors that
savings bonds wouldn't be redeemed
in accordance with their terms. • • j
"The U. S. Treasury debunks the
rumors with this statement: "The j
rumors are absolutely without foun
dation. The U. S. Gov't has never
defaulted in the payment of its
debts. Since the Congress has am
ple power to provide for meeting
all obligations of the gov't (when
duel there can be no doubt that its j
promise to pay its obligations (when i
due) will be carried out. Undoubt- j
edly subversive activity in this coun- I
tr> is responsible for spreading of
such misinformation. By making
known the true facts you could do
much to discount the wholly unfound
ed rumors.—D. W. Bell, Treasury
The news that Donald Nelson
would marry the young widow Col- j
bourne was tipped here first on Do- i
cember 13. 1!i43, this way: "We j
promise to omit the name until lie ,
is freed. Watch for the name of (
Mrs. Paul Strashon's next groom. ;
She's a w idi w He is one of Amer- |
ioa's nu st famed leaders." . . .
J. A. Brunner (Chief of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars) investigated our
warning ah"jt a subversive exec, i
among the group and fired him.
One of the playbores is so wor- !
fied about ! - induction via the work
or fight b:ir becoming a law he's en
gaged a i' .n to stay :n Washington
to send him daily reports on its pmg- i
ress. . . Another of the same set j
(afraid of N-.-ing his draft-proof sta
tus if st". n in public with his dolls)
stays h> which is practically a
night club. . Add lucky timing: j
' They T 1 i Me." by Leonard Lyons
in This Week. Deals with the war's j
top met. ir-.d their confabs. . . One
of the K-'vr-known socialice made !
a terrific i r at Penn Station the 1
other ay« n when she found she |
couldn't ! :y two compartments to 1
Florida phis three for her servants! j
The nation's No. 1 sin town is
Washingti n. Ever since the FBI
lost that "black spook" case the \
joynts arc jur'ipin". . . How Tempus
Fugits Det: t: Davey Lee, who sat '
cn A. J> iSt n's lap in "Sonny Boy," j
is now a : .!> t in the S. Pacific for
Uncle Sair..-o!). .. T. Dorsev's book
ing at the 4 ' nn Feb. 16th will guar
antee him Sti.UOO per week against a
percentage A record, we think, for
a nitery. ... A WAC private sta
tioned at Santa Monica is really
named Pearl Harbor.
Your lirnniluiiv and Mine:
Faces About Town: Victor Moore,
the belovt ci comedian, moving out
of an excius.ve Park Avenue place
(back ti thi Broadway hotel he lived
in during h:s vaudeville days) be
cause he was "so uncomfortable."
. . . J J Siiubert telling comedienne
Sue Ryan (the Shuberts' most valu
able property since "Blossom
Time") to wear her rubbers out
doors. . J. P. Marquand, co- ;
parent of the hit show, "The Late
George Aple.v," readying to cover the
Pacific arena soon. . . . Music czar
Petrillo, who will try to invade the
newsreel music field, alleging news
reels shouldn't use canned music, !
etc. . . Henry Luce, the Mag-nate,
better known as Father Time. . . . j
Evelyn Nesbit. once the toast of the
town, preferring to dine alone at
Manhattan Murals: The photo of
Fred Allen taken about 2n years ago
in checked derby and tight trousers
—in the window of a 47th Street pho
togger . The icicles on the nude j
statues in the Museum of Modern ]
Art Gardens. Very comical. . . .
The pup wearing military apparel.
. . .The French restaurant, "L'Apres
Midi," at 4i!th near ftth—where the
patrons get up and entertain. . . i
The Navy flu r in the Cub Room |
slaying the celt bs with this one. He I
displays a pack of Camels and says: I
"If you* were out on this desert |
where would you sleep?" . . . The .
sucker looks and looks and eventu
ally says: 'l'd sleep near the pyra
mids or under that palm tree." . . .
to which the snapper is: "I wouldn't.
I'd just go around the corner (turn
ing the pack i and sleep in one 0/
Princess Anastasia of Greece
(King Peter's mother-in-law) is now
veering the pants in the Yugoslav
royal tribe. She is blamed for trie
recent crisis. . . Mussolini, our na
tion's detectives learn, is squawk
ing that his Nazi friends not only
robbed everyone else in Italy but
even took all of his personal posses
sions. . . . Swiss scribes believe
Gen'l Guderian will be replaced as
Nazi Eastern commander. Because
of his terrific argument with Hitler,
who fought h gainst the big with
THE DANBt'RY REPORTER. DAMU'RV. N. C\. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1915
Exclusive Lake Placid Now Army Rest Home
.Mushing is one of the sports now enjoyed at the army's Lake Placid club. New York, left, which has
been turned into an army redistribution station, where returned fighting men may relax. Center, two G.I.
couples are having fun riding on a one-horse open sleigh. Lower right, no transportation problem when a
skate chair is at hand. I'pper right, the G.l.s have a spin behind a team of sled dogs.
India's Sikhs Honor Their Royal Martyrs
The Sikhs are the warriors of ".Mother India." Leader of the 5 million is the Maharajah of I'atiala, 33,
of the state of Patiala. On December 27 they staged a great festival to honor the founder of their religion.
Guru Gobind Singh, and his two sons who became martyrs. The story goes that the sons of Guru were
taken and held hostage by .Moslems in an attempt to force their father to give up his religion. He refused,
and the Moslems built a tomb around the seven and nine-year-old boys, burying them alive. Center shows
the Maharajah, shoeless, carrying the first basket of earth from the site of the new shrine. Right shows
the warriors in colorful contingent.
Rescue Airmen in Yugoslavia
American airmen, above, who crashed in Yugoslavia, were rescued
during seven-minute landing of Allied planes. Below, the rescued men,
who had been aided by General Mihailovitch and Marshal Tito and
their forces, before being rescued. They were members of the 15th air
force combat crew rescued from behind German lines.
Bomber Group Command Change
Maj. (ien. Curtis E. LeMay, left, former commander of the 20th
bomber command, operating from China, has assumed command of the
21st bomber command. He relieved Brig. Gen. Haywood S. Hansell Jr.,
center. At right is Brig. Gen. Roger M. Ramey, who succeeded General
LeMay in command of the 20th bomber command. General Hansell has
returned to the United States.
I I.t. Untlge Drives On
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Aiding in a benefit match for the
war wounded, Lieut. J. Donald
Budge lashes out with a forehand
drive to win Los Angeles professional
versus amateur duel. Budge's post
war plans call for continued profes
sional golf competition.
Commands 7th Fleet
Study of Vice Admr. Thomas Kin
kaid, commander of the U. S. Sev
enth fleet, as he donned a steel hel
met to direct operations against
the Japanese in the Philippine zone,
i He softened up Luzon.
Gay Kitchen Towels
Fascinating to Make
C ROSS-STITCH kittens (8-to-the-
inch crosses) get involved in
household tasks and end up by
making your kitchen gay with col
• • •
Start these towels now. Pattern 7235 con
tains a transfer pattern of 7 motifs s'j
by 8 inches; list of materials; stitches.
Due to an unusually large demand and
current war conditions, slightly more time
is required in filling orders for a few of
the most popular pattern numbers.
Send your order to:
Sewing Circle Nredlerraft Dept.
564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111.
Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
Largest Curtain Arranged
111 Thousands of Patterns
The largest and the most com
plex theatrical curtain ever made
is in Radio City Music hall in
New York, says Collier's. Thirteen
steel cables, sewn vertically into
the material nearly seven feet
apart and raised and lowered Dy
their own individual motors, make
possible the arrangement of the
curtain in thousands of contour
These patterns are preset on and
controlled automatically by a pan
el board backstage.
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