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NEWARK U N IQ N ^& E T T E AND MARION -ENfERPRISE,, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1940 TELEPHONE 710 h o u s e OF HAZARDS Bv Mac Arthur SYNOPSIS Ja n e t Phillips h a s no car of h p r ow n or w ell-to-do father, like h e r friends in Bay City. Slut now th a t h e r crowd has finished high school an d been aw a y a t finishing school or • .'college, J a n e t finds t h a t she is 'le f t o n t 'o f m u c h o f t h e i r gay- ety. Priscilla Leigh-s-at the m o m e n t interested in' J a n e t's old friend G o rdon .Key—is m a k ing herself disagreeable. - Gordon, having asked Jan e t to a dance one evening, tells h e r h e can n o t tak e her as he is. g o ing w ith, t h e crowd to a diim e r a t P riscilla’s. Ja n e t lias not been invited to th e dinner. Jim Phillips, Ja n e t's Brother, is about to play golf w ith R u th H e tchcote. tim e .” May Shelton tittered,' \••Don’t S h e w a s m a k in g one m o re ;a l - i tell me you have scruples like tem p t to p u t h e r b a ll in to the B e renice’s Bill.\ cup. “You really mean, you do n ’t 1 Y’l t ’s partly .that,” adm itted like me, do n ’t you?” ! J a n e t w ith a shrug, \and partly Jim Chapter 2 'S h e smiled, again and .sm iled track. H e could not have d-of w h ich h e w a s fonder, the Ju d g e , or th e Ju d g e ’s gentle d a r k - h a i r e d d a u g h ter. BUfih looked up in to J i m ’s in- \I’ll h i t th e darned pill or b u r s t! \ I from New York, b u t R u th H e tchcote was a--thoroughbred. N o thing of her unhappiness .was in h e r even voice \How do you do, M iss S a n - put te l i t “face an d sighed. \You’l l 1 d.e.rs?’’ she m u r m u r e d an d n e v e r be, arrested for going 1 o u t her hand, fradk -on .Your friends, w ill you. i “How do you do.?”, m u rm u red Jirif?” , iito t_ a n _ y im a n d Uu Judge ■ “R a th e r -did well for him s e lf .w h e n he tolled you in to the legal p r o f e s s io n \ Jim grinned. \You m e a n it w a s m y lucky day w h e n he d e ­ cided to len d m e t h e m o n ey for la w school.” “Y o u ’re already w o rth vour w e ig h t in .gold to him a t th e “If h e h a d n ’t tak e n m e in to p a r tn e r s h i p F d probably be w a ttin g yet for my first client ” “You’ll have to adm it th a t it isn ’t everybody vvho’d spend his vacation dom e -mif-oody else’s m the other girl A n d ihiu is R e d . out ! p ro,\ H o w ard w e n t on an offhand m a n n e r. 1 Ja n glanced a: her. m u ttered 'a n acknowledgment., and then \glanced quickly away, s h e was as p r e tty a girl a- he had ever seen. u,:;h a pointed face and exquisite golden, skin and long bronze h a h knotted o n . her neck. She h a d sultry d a r k .ey e s a n d .a p e tu lan t red m o u th, ah d she Was beautifully dressed in a •w ine-colored sports ensethbie With w h ite accessories. “We w e re ju s t s t a r t i n g - a ro u n d ,” said R u th hesitatin g ly w o rk.” “3 co u ld n ’t let Jock down. R iith He gave m e m y first job.*’ ‘Y o u couldn’t let anybody dow n ,” sh e said a n d sighed ag a in . Jim knew she w a s th in k in g of H o w a r d h e ig h of w h o m th e sa m e t h i n g could never b e said. H o w a r d a h d P r is c illa w e re th e sp o k e d a n d p a m p e r e d children Of o n e of t h e tow n ’s leading c it i ­ z e n s ,- T h e y W ere n o t alto g e th e r r selfish' \and: in c o n s id e r a te . O n ly how R u th ’’etchcote could c a r e for How- •-som e thing • Jim had -------------- - — pyotrng- “Jo c k d i d n ’t m in d - .a n em e r ­ g e n c y o p e r a tio n for appendicitis h a l f s o m u c h a s having to be aw a y fro m th e clu b in th e h e i g h t of th e season.’t J i m ex­ plained. “T h e m in u te I said Fd ta k e oVCr his d u ties here, his fever -dropped. He called me a Hthpririg idiot to give u p th e fishing trip I’d planned, b u t he ' m y h a n d . The old c u r ­ m u d g e o n .\ -T h e foursom e ahead of them i “W o u ld you, c a re to join, u s ? ” ■‘“'W h y not?\ asked M iss. S a n ­ ders. “I've never played golf, but H o w a rd’s going to tak e fifteen 1 m in u tes off and show me h o w .\ 1 ‘R e a lly '’ ” m u rm u red R u th H o w ard frow n e d an d again sta r te d to speak only to be forestalled for the second tim e by h i s com p a n ion I ’ve never h a d a driver in my h a n d , b u t if H o w a rd's a s good as he says he is, we should be able to interest you-.two.\ she rem a rked. Jim grinned. H o w ard's h a n d ­ som e face Was c r imson It occur­ red t o Jim th a t in th e arro g a n t ess from New Y o r k •.vith the ball, although she top­ ped i t and it w e akly trickled less th a n th ir ty feet from th e tee. “Success!” m u rm u red J im w ith an ironical grin. \Lead .on.\ she said curtly. 'I'm in this up to t h e heck.” In spite of her p o ten t convic­ tion th a t it was lese m a jeste for ub : m te to p e r m it h e r to play less th a n the leading role. Miss , Helen Sanders m a d e every b l u n ­ der possible to th e beginner. , W h en distance wjas necessary... i she chopiped h e r b a ll about , tw e n ty feet if she moved it at a!i. W h ere only a gentle stroke : was needed, she w h a led 'in to the . b r a n c h e s of a tree in th e next , fairw a y . S h e lost t e n balls in th e . rough, b u r s t th r e e rubber tees, ! a n d took from fifteen to th ir ty , strokes on every hole. By the tim e they com p leted th e first trine \holes H o w ard w as in a black rage. He. too. had reaohed: th e point where a decent was beyond him an d his Jim ’s eyes w e re fa s c in a ted - b y - h e r rounded, th r o a t w h e r e She had turned h e r cdllar in. ‘Y e s ,’- . he said a little hoarsely. . . She sm o thered a yaw n , sw u n g her p u t te r an d sighed w ith sa t ­ isfaction w h e n h e r ball flirted with th e cup,..and finally rolled coyly in.- \D o n ’t let me w o rry you.\ she rem a rked composedly. \G o d forbid!\ cried Jim . ... -5 * * Ja n e t h a d said s h e h a d t o pick up h e r b r o th e r a t th e club, w h ich happened to be tru e , h u t not -the whole tru th . W h e n she borrowed Jim ’s r o a d s ter for th e afternoon s h e p rorhjsed to c b llect him later. However, it. w as u s e ­ less t o call f o r J i m before dark. “B u t % couldn't sta y on a t Priscilla's as if I were try in g to sneak in on th e d in n e r p a r ty ,\ she m u ttered. It w as pure coincidence th a t she h a p p e n e d to be passing, th e sm a r t a p a r t m e n t - building- -to w h ich her sister h a d b e e n living for a year an d a half. \Fll go up an d tra d e m y tale of woe for B e renice's,\ Ja n e t de­ cided w ith a rueful grin. Berenice w as tw e n ty-tw o . She h a d fallen desperately in love w ith Bill -Carter w h e n she Was nin e teen an d m a rried' him two m o n th s later. Bill had ju s t se ­ cured his first j o b , selling radio advertising. H is salary w as sm a ll. At first th e y h a d h a d to live in two housekeeping room s an d B e renice w a s com p e lled to budget rigidly, b u t th e y h a d New H o w ard had met his m a tch - “Ail right.\ said Jim . “le t ’s go.\ R u t h drove first an d it w a s a pleasure to see h e r ball w ing stra ig h t down the -fairway “i t looks idiotically sim p le.\ m u rm u red Miss Helen Sanders. •Y o u 're supposed '0 lv-!d y-mr club like this.\ said Jim sh e eravped th e driver \which H o w ard h a n d e d her as if it were a baseball bat Jim attem p ted, to dem o n s trate th e . interlocking s r i p —toiit—Mis> been trem e n d o u sly in love. Pu tt i J a n e t ’s h e a r t ached w h e n she , , _ , .. J ! rem e m b e red ' how rad ian tly th r e e - d r iv e s hooked into the happy Berenice an d B ill h a d been th a t first y e a r before B ill you th in k th is has had a raise in salary and -they gone far enough he d e m a n d - [ n r o v e d tg th e netv efficiency ed furiously. i. a p a r tm e n t’ o n W ilshire B o u le­ vard. ravine, i “D o n ’t ’ I 'll finish if they have to carry me in on a .stretcher.\ she said. . I t began to look to Jim as. i f ! they m ight have to do just t h a t . ' provided th a t thp sun did n o t , set iri the m eanw h ile She an d Howard Leigh were of, a p a tte r n . Jim thought, ex- j cept that, where the Leigh- ■ counted th e ir fortune by th o u ­ sands, Heicn S a n d e r s ' father reckoned h is m 'm illions - s h e had all of H o w ard’s objection­ able tra i t s m agnified t o tin; n t h degree, and Jim nevpr had any patience w ith th a t brand of a r - highball rogancr Nevertheless her glance h a d n e ith e r desired nor required in ­ struction | She took a stance more rem -1 iniscent of Babe R u th th a n of | Sander- -W a lter H agen S h e narrow e d h e r eyes, bit her lips, gave h e r club h e a d a peculiarly vicious glare and flailed th e air. 'This m o v e d oh. J i m an d R u th had no caddy.- He stopped an d m a d e a tee of soft we! .-.and for her ball, b u t before she could drive off a couple cam e 'tow a rd them from th e clubhouse. Jim did not need to look around. He knew w h o it r-patoftri- flash- Which w a s h e d in to R u t h ’s sensitiye face. “O h , hello, R u th , how are you?” m u r m u r e d H o w ard Leigh, “■You h a v e n ’t m e t M iss S a n d e r s fr° m behind the tee and lost a h a v e you? H e len, th i s to M iss Jhairpin. but the ba:: rem a ined H e tch c o te” undisturbed Jim sta r e d steadily at a p o in t . ‘T 1 l0ok.<; as th e r e ’s m o re to fa r down t h e fairw a y . He alw a y s ty a r* Buying the latest fe lt lik e com m itting m ayhem Iking in sports clothes ” she an - Arouhd H o w a rd Leigh. ar.d 1nounced morosely \evet m o re so th a n - w h e n h e was I \D o n ’t be silly.” said M iss tu r n in g th e thum b - s c r e w s on I H elen Sanders, p eevishly \Fll h it U ith H e tchcote. S h e had beer. 1 tfW darned pill or burnt \ n -loVe w ith him for years. ' It I ’ i n ' Jim ’s opinion s h e . h a d a a s agreed th a t th e y would rotten tem p er, nevertheless he a n y eventually, only Howard ! found it impossible to watch- her las -forever flying off w ith o th e r j w ithout a tingle in his pulses, iris. Until- each of his affair.' 1 & rtry Ynove she m ade was an offer' upon (us heartb e a ts v. lien ; w h ic h disturbed him -He h a d never h.vd the tune or th e m o n ey to play around With girls. He knew very little about an y [except hie two sisters an d R u t h . . . , , . , . l,sH ' Hetrl.c'<rt'e:*'fSr w h o m 'h e h a d a Sander.^ made ... p .;u r ’ha -n e , b.a-bn>ther4y affection, B u t he n o r require., ; n - | wa.- no fool and, h e distrusted he beginning th e m ixed \W h o is it?\ asked B e renice sh a r p ly w h en Ja n e t knocked. \Do I have to give a co u n ter­ signed?’.’ Inquired Ja n e t. \Oh. it’s you.\ m u rm u red B e renice not too graciously. ■ Y o u ’d th in k yon Were a f r a id o f the police.” rem a rked Ja n e t. She knew quite well of w h a t B e renice was afraid. T h e r e w as a bridge table se t tip in th e m iddle of th e living room. A p ­ p e n d e d to eaeh co r n e r w e re chrom ium tray s in w h ich stopd. bedew e d and p a r tially em p tied glasses. T h e th r e e wom en lolling, back ih th e ir ! ch a ir s held lighted cigarettes. - t h a t I have m o re expensive h a b ­ its now th a n I cafrt afford.” B e renice -scowled ahd -glanced a t- t h e score pad on the table. “^peaking, of expensive habits,\ she said,. \to tal up and give us th e bad news.\ _ __ “B u t we h a v e n ’t finished th e last rubber.” p r o tested Sue B p e y . . .-j, |Berenice glanced a t t h e sm all electric clofik on the slender .console table in tlie entry- “Bill will, be hom e in h a l f a n hour, courses of study jSorry, h e r e ’re your h a ts.” M ay Shelton laughed. “T h a n k goodness i ’m. not h itch e d to a flat tire.” B e renice flushed, “B ill’s all aright.\ she said loyally, \only he has old ideas.” \Sue’s hig h ,” announced Lou Fletcher. “You owe h e r sixty- five cents. B e renice. I ’m a q u a r ­ te r loser. Here it is.” ■ B erenice fished a handful of coins from h e r purse-. \T h e Berry family will have s teak for -supper.\ announced Stte, -glee­ fully pocketing h e r winnings. , \A n d ’h e r e ’s w h e re I set Bill, down to an o th e r can o f pork and beans.\ sa i d B e renice (To Be C o n tinued) . _ o ----- 1— - M a r l e n e D i e t r i c h , S t e w a r t F e a t u r e F ilm H i t o f W e s t A new M a rlene D ietrich, v a s t ­ ly improved an d bearing little resem b lance to h e r previous appearances except, in g lam o r ­ ous beauty, retu r n s to the screen Sunday w h e n Universal\® \D e s try Rides A g a in\ opens at th e S tr a n d T h e a tr e M iss D ietrich’s alm o st s t a r t ­ ling transform a tion features a picture notable in m any other respects, chief am o n g these b e ­ ing th e presence of Jam e s S tew a rt, one of th e screen ’s forem o s t m ale stars, who plays th e title role opposite M a rlene - T o g e ther they h e a d w h a t is probably the g r e a test supporting cast ever assem b led for a west­ ern epic type of picture. Such p r o m in e n t favorites as M ischa Auer, C h a r les W inninger. B rian Donlevy, Iren e Hervey, U n a M erkel, W a rren Hym er. Allen Je n k i n s , Sam u e l S. H inds, Billy ‘G ilbert aiid m a n y others are i n ­ cluded in _the list of players. , As t h e star e n terta in e r in th e L a s t C h a n c e Saloon, M a rlene sings to th e cowboys and m in e r s T I I C * l i t L i I d U \U rn b u s lim es. T h e y also lived in t h e ap a r tm e n t building and, like h e r s is ter, h a d niore leisure t h a n an y th in g else, “B erenice nev e r - d r a w s a n easy b r e a t h when We’re up here for fe a r friend h u s b a n d w iil w a lk in,” M a y Shelton explained to Ja n e t. \You’d th in k it was the i » -.. i , t o u u i A i i i u i J t . i i wu.*> t i i t r w ith w h ich M iss Helen d a r k ages t h e way she lets t h a t inspired him. ’.IT you.-w ant g o lf lessons I ’m here for th a t purpose.” he said briefly. \Only I th in k I should u J- . r . * w a rn y ° H u ^ likely -to be a tim e she dug Up a divot of t u r f waste of your m oney and my guy 'eraftip h e r sty-ie.\ “T h e reTs juBt enough ginger ale for an o th e r highball- Jan e t, if you w a n t one,” s h e suggested. \Jan e t doesn’t indulge.” put in ; B e renice quickly. ( H l l l t Y Y ™ LYONS, N. Y. Thursday and Friday “ I T a k e T h i s W o m a n ” SPENCER TRACY - HEDY LAMARR, March 21-22 .a h Its hectic course R u th suf- ere d exquisite to r t u r e F o r a week H o w ard, h a d b e e n devnftor him self to his sister's visitor graceful ■’T h e r e ' cried \I’ve done She had mdeed connected 1,1 i t Youland Your Should Have the Best! costs no m o rel Jersey Guernsey TRY OUR NEW CHOCOLATE MILK Q U A L ITY D A IR Y HAROLD C . WELCHER P h o n e 22-F-2 Saturday • „ . . March 2 3 M a tinee a t 2:30 “ E m e r g e n c y S q u a d ” WILLIAM HENRY - LOUISE CAMPBELL —And— “ R i d e ’E m C o w b o y ” JOHN WAYNE Sunday ahd Monday - - March 24-25 “ I n v i s i b l e S t r i p e s ” . GEORGE RAFT, JANE BRYAN, - WILLIAM HOLDEN, M a y ROBESON Tuesday and Wednesday - - March 26-27 “ T h e G r e a t V i c t o r H e r b e r t ” ARLAN JONES - MARY MARTIN New School S h if ting from the present school to the new Junior-S e n ior H igh SChool n e x t -fall wiil toe ju s t a s easy a s changing into hew clothes for N e w a rk pupils u n d e r orientation p lan s toeing carried o u t under direction of P r incipal A r thur E. N a sh. Steps have already been s t a r t e d to Insure th a t students .will be fam iliar w ith th e new building so th a t th e r e will be, no confusion during, first days a t th e new $650,000 s tructure. M e e tings of the 8th G rade pupils, who will go into the new ■ -building as freshmen-, have al­ ready been to ld st which and require­ m e n ts were outlined and at w h ich heads of the different de­ p a r tm e n ts explained th e w o rk in th e ir departm e n ts , In ad d i­ tion. Miss M ildred Perrin has held individual, c o n ierm c e s w ith th e pupils to plan their subjects for next year. Sim ilar conferences are also being planned for th e fresh m e n ,; sophom o res and juniors. A fter E a s ter the schedule for th e year, including room designations in th e new building, will be posted- a n d tnchviduat schedules will he com p leted containing hom e ­ room . study and o th e r room, assignm e n ts Visiting days at tlie new school are being arranged for next fail's 7th and 8th G rade pupils, to take place some tim e a f te r E a s ter The groups wiil be taken on a tour of inspection of the building following which they will report to their respec­ tive hom eroom s where teachers will e x p la in J u n iorH igh work and rules and regulations at the new building. If possible, such visit­ ing days will also be arranged for the high school, classes. Finaiiy. a com p lete student m a n u a l is being com p iled which will be given to every pupil at I th e start of --school next fall T h is w’ill contain faculty mem- j b ers, diagram ‘-.and explanation j’of liew building layout, calendar 1 of school e v ents, rules an d legu- I lations and other inform a tion in connection w ith th e school Algeria Census Difficult | In Algeria great difficulties are 1 ex p erienced in carrying, out the census, which is regarded as an nritui rrn 11 1 3 . h V family privacy and a th r e a t to patern a l authority, says a Study issued by th e Columbia U n iver­ sity Press. Bringing to the screen K e n neth R o b e rts’ advent tire hovel w h ich yvas the largest selling, hook in the nation m o n th afte r moniMi. \Northwest Passage - opens a t the Capitol T h e a tie Sunday with Spencer Tracy- starred and Robert Young a n d ' W alter B rennan m leading, fea­ tured roles. . . : Filmed’ -entirely in T e c h n i­ color, an d m ade after six weeks; of work in the wilds of -Idaho- and several \weeks o f studio filming, “Northwest Passage”’ is ■reported t-o be the greatest story of physical fortitude ever attem p ted by the screen. Following the novel which: first ra n in the -Saturday Eve­ ning Post before becoming a bestseller, t h e picture -tells the story of a courageous, hardy band of Rogers-’ R a n g e rs who to 175-6 set forth on a secret m is­ sion to wipe opri a village of - m a rauding Indians. Among the Rangers are Robert Young as Langdon Towne, a young artist, and W alter B rennan as Hunk M ariner, -a seasoned woodsman. B a ttling against .unbelievable odds, th e R a n g e rs lug heavy boats over m o u n tains, irek for days through treacherous swamps. cross a r iver torrent by form ing a hum a n chain, attack and wipe out th e Indians and th e n s t a r t a starvation forred m a tch home. T h e ir ranks de­ pleted by Indian attacks and forced to eat lizards and owls, they fight th e ir way back to safety ‘P i n o c c h i o ’ S l a t e d A t G e n e v a S d h in e t B e g i n n i n g T o d a y By th e tim e the artists were ready to ' sta r t drawing tfte c h a r a c ter ”P:acM l«o\. rise m a r ionette hero of W ait D is' I ney’s second full-length feature I production, the', -vi-re a?niost able to qualify ,.i- fu!!-fledgod puppeteers T h e .performance of this e n ­ gaging ch a r a c ter w i!1 be sepir in all its dram a tic and rom ir u p - peal w h en the ■picture, released | by RKO Radio, comes t o 1 Schine’s Geneva T h e a ter s t a r t ­ ing Thursday,. M arch 21, M a n y m o n th s before actim' ch a r a c ter -anim ation began u; AEAnoe&lriqV-tiieJDdSHr d e p a r tm e n t c r e a ted ' a marion- ette w h ich looked exactly g, Pinocchio now looks t o the pie. lure. One o f the. m e m b e rs of the departm e n t, a d e p t g t Wotkino puppets, Spent m a n y ' hours in m a k ing t h e l i t t l e Wooden Pinw . chio go through.-his. pace., wha,. .the an im a to r s -carefully studied lvis bodily actions. M o tion pin, lures' w ere also taken., of the' little pine bo-y in action amt were given .to. the artists study,' . ’ As a result o f all .this, War Disney's. 11 'ew c h a r a c te r 'mote, exactly a s he would natitrubj move. In o th e r w o rds he .d c ’. not a c t a s if, h e w ere on st-riin-, but b y his very construction h:- toody is lim ited in som e ways w h a t it can do. However, m other ways it is capable of cUi;>..- th in g s w h ich couldn't -be eftor ed by a hum a n .. STARTS THURSDAY M A R C H 21st rOR EVERY ONE OF EVERY AGE! ^ ___ _______ such tunes ' as “Little Joe\. Ja n e t had m e t them all 8-1- v a v i- ‘Y o u ’ve Got T h a i—Hook”—a n d ;— . . .. \The Boys in th e Back R o o m \ S h e cheerfully connives a t crobked card games, dances t h e V irginia reel an d m akes violent !ove to-S tew a r t, and climaxes it ail b y a fist-fight w ith Una M er­ kel. /Land of Plenty? If poor people h a d th e sam e diet as rich people, econom ist1; estim a te betw een 25 and 30 m il- iio n m o re acres- would - t o r R e ­ quired to feed America, Lakes of Sw itzerland Besides 13.000 .ponds. S w itzer­ lan d h a s 1.484 lakes; y e t it is only about half the sizp of th e sta te o f South Carolina ■ ’ALMYRA M aEe th e S t r a n d a Regular Habit Last Times Thursday . . . G A R B O MF.LVYN DOUGLAS , INA CLAIRE —in — “ N 1 N O T C H K A ” Friday and Saturday , March 22-23 DOUBLE FEATURE PRESENTATION a l i c e p a y e W a r n e r E a x t e r _ t o — “B A R R I C A D E ” ' —Plus— ROBERT MONTGOMERY —in— “ T H E E A R L O F C H IC A G O ” Sun. - Mon. - Tues. March 24-26 GALA EASTER PROGRAM — - MARLENE DIETRICH - JAMES STEWART —in— “ D E S T R Y R I D E S A G A I N ” —W ith— , C h a rles W iiniinger - M ischa Auer , Brian Donlevy •* Billy G ilbert Wednesday - Thursday NELSON EDDY - March 27-28 ILONA MASSEY < < wi—— B A L A L A I K A ” I - —W ith— CHARLIE n i ’GGLES - FRANK MORGAN Starts Sunday, March 31 MARGARET SULLAVAN' Wednesday Thursday - Friday Barbara Stanwyck Fred MacMurray in “Remember the Night” March 20-21-22 Rosemary L a n e in “The Retuvn of Doctor X” \\ i f li \Vn yiiu Murrm Saturday Only - - March 23rd . a u r e l a n d H a r d y “ A C h u m p A t O x f o r d ” AND C h a p . -14 oi ' Tracy s G -M en\ - C rim e Does Not Pay Series — “Pound Foolish\ Looney T u n e C a rtoon - \Porky th e G iant K iller\ - * f t e w s Mar. 24-25-26 Sunday - Monday - Tuesday . FRpfjrn^ S e E k A * 0 * W a l t t o m e y ' s P I N O C C H I O ” S t a r t s S a t u r d a y , M a r . 3 d

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