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Hamilton County record. (Wells, N.Y.) 189?-1947, March 28, 1946, Image 4

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He’s out of the ly after .27 months overseas, ’hich time he was assigned :’s hear e^Philii tion ribbon. First thing to MacArthur’s headquarters—has four battle stars, the Le Merit and the Philippines thini idquart the Legion of ,—j— Libera- LANNY ROSS he’ll probably be making pictures affain* “^Rfade Door Canteen” is his star athlete at Yale, last one. Lanny put himself through law school by singing on the radio, then decided he’d rather be a singer than a lawyer after all. Will George Sanders sprinkle his 'hair with water and wear curls in “Bel Ami” or won’t he? He says he won’t; he’ll play one of those awfully virile he-men, and he thinks curls would look sissy.. Director Albert Lewis thinks curls would be historically correct, and he’s an ex­ college prof and should know. What­ ever happens, Sanders will have a sweeping mustache; he won that argument. Virginia Keilly, a British film ac­ tress who’s just arrived in Holly­ wood to work place on a irk for RKO, gave up her fast ship to a G. I. bride and crossed on a boat that took 14 days—during which she found a stowaway, darned the crew’s socks, painted the captain’s quarters and weathered a storm without getting sick. You'll see her. soon in “Car­ nival,” a British film. CLOTHING, FURS, ETC. RABBIT SKIN HEADQUARTERS Breeding stock and supplies sold. For free magazine and price list, send your name and address—printed on a postcard will ^““ r e l i a b l e FDR INDUSTRIES D e p t. 05, 148 W. 28ih St., N e w -Xork 1, N . T. DOGS, CATS, PETS, ETC. HELP WANTED—MEN MECHANIC WANTED intiac or General Motors preferred This is an excellent opportunity. Experienced men only please contact PONTIAC MOTOR DIVISION 0 Park Square Building, Boston, Mass, HOME FURNISHINGS & APPL. HOME OWNERS „ Save time and money on repairs, You can rectlons and special tools. 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The stars of nightight airshowirshow are looking way n a ahead, polishing up their video rou­ tines for the future. — m — Somewhere there’s a colt that's going to be one of the screen’s big- Warren, trip name horses, J ames RKO’s western star, soon to be sei in “Sunset Pa®'’,” ” rough Arizoni in “Sunset Pass is on a tri through Arizona, Texas \and Wyo­ ming, looking for a colt with dis­ tinctive markings, to be featured with him in the studio’s next Zane Grey western. The colt will have film training at a ranch, and be groomed for stardom. Mrs. Lillian Fontaine, mother of Joan and of Olivia de Havilland, is going to play a mother again. She was Jane Wyman’s mother in le Lost Weekend,” then worked in’ “The Imperfect Lady,” in’ “The Imperfect Lady,” now she’s been cast as Paulette God­ dard’s mother Spring.” in “Suddenly It’s of the year’s^ best pictures. Bing Crosby and 'Joan Fontaine will co-star in this Tech­ nicolor musical, and the com­ pany will go all out in providing beautiful settings and JoVely mu­ sic. “Her most 'glamorous to date” is what the studio says of Joan’s role, promising .costumes that will make her look her loveliest. — — ODDS AND ENDS—Metro 'has signed Tony Martin to a long term contract foU towingving completionompletion off hisis roleole inn “Tillill thehe Chi c o h r i T t tuds Roll B y ” the life story of Jerome rn. . . . Alfred Hithcock has lost 90 diet. - . . Metro’s pounds on his lean meat diet. . . . Metro’s offered Ed ffynn a contract to co-star with his son, Keenaii IFynn.. . . The first radio assignment of Reese Tayhr, currently fear lured in “Young Dr. Malone,” was playing the lead in a sketch called “The Life of Clark Gable”. , . . Martha Vickers hiu to move from her North Hoflyi^ood house; wants to find a home for' herself, her for ^ e t, 'mother, brother and six kittens. COTftCOLIi? 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When another composer awoke, one morning he. stretched, looked at'his watch, and saw itjwas time to get up, “Hi-Ho-Hum-Hiim,” he yawned. “Hi-Ho-Hum-Hum.” . Today every ‘symphony or­ chestra in the world plays those same four notes—the opening of Tschaikovsky’s B flat minor piano Due to an unusually large demand and :rent conditions; - more time is re­ filling orders for a few of the lar numbers. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. 1150 Sixth Ave. New York, N. Y. Enclose 25 cents in. coins for each pattern desired. Pattern No. mwi BE A SLAVE TO CONSTiPATION Do As Millions Do—E a t KELLOGG’S ALL-BRAN, For Lasting Relief Constipated? Using harsh laxa­ tive drugs? Millions have solved the problem of constipation due to lack of bulk in the diet. They eat a daily dish of KELLOGG’S ALL-BBAN, and driiik plenty of ■water for regular elimination! If you have this trouble and will fol­ low this simple precaution, you may never have to take a laxative for the rest of your life! 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