1951 Apr 18 CJ on headaches
o(iCtCuc( ctfif&v Talk about Women The Fate He Missed. EDWARD J. HESSI.ER of Northside "faces" it. He told me if it hadn't been for his grandpa, John Hessler, he might have been a Nazi today. , What grandpa did to keep the fate of a Nazi from befalling his descendant was to skip from Germany to the United Stales when he was 16 years old. He did it to avoid serving in the German Army. Mr. Hessler said there was another reason that ho was glad he didn't have the label of Nazism on hitn.. When I asked what it was, he reached for his comb and smoothed his forelocks at a slant over his brow. Then he held part of the comb above his upper lip, to simulate a mustache. He was the spitting image of Adolf Hitler! BAD EXAMPLE: Have heard many comments on the excellent presentation of the play, "Hour Of Destiny," on television Sunday night. Also heard many comments on the one big mistake it made. This was in a scene in a public library where one of the characters told how she brought along a pair of tcissors to cut out clippings from newspaper files! Such an art, of course, Is against rule of all public libraries. Some people get away with it but not so openly as the woman in the play. SCOOP SQUELCHED: I was all set to go into a spiel about something very unusual today. I was prepared to give a report on a case which, I was certain, would ! baffle medical science. It concerns a young woman I know, Eileen Abt, who told me she never has had a , headache in her whole livelong life. But my physician, Dr. I.. Courtney Jack, knocked my headache story in the head. In his very nonchalant way, ', he informed me there's nothing unusual about a person's never having a headache.