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VAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLfi (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APlVfb 20, BLYf HEVII,LE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO. H. W. HA1NES, Publisher , JAMES U VERHOEFP, Editor PAUL D. HUMAN, Advertising Manager Sole National Advertising Representatives: Wallace Wltiner Co., New York, Chicago, Detroit, AtlanU. Memphis. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday Entered 'US' second class matter at the ;»st- ottice at Blytheville, Arkansas, under act of Congress, October 9, 1917. _ Served by the United Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By carrier in the city of Blytheville r any main- t own where carrier service tfiined, 20c per week, or 85c per month. By mail, within a radius ol 40 miles, $4.00 per vear V>00 for six months, $1.00 for three months; .l>y mall outside 50 mile vane. $10.00 per year payubie in advance. _^_ Meditation And I he a Saul why c!o And I heard a voice saying to me ... 'Saul, you persecute me?'—Acts 2ii:154. ,J voices will speak to those who will llslsn. Men who have been Ihe greatest leaders have heard and believed and heeded the voice:-.. Mild Ruthlessness Here in America the proposal ol' national legislation to outlaw strikes imperiling public lieidth and safety has been hailed in some quarters as Hie beginning of American fascism, a ruthless device of big Inismess to destroy all labor unions, and a killing blow at 'the rights of man. Over in England Alfred Kdvurds, a Labor member of Parliament, ha» called for legislation to abolish the strike weapon—not just strikes that Ihrenleh public health and safety, but all strikes. His reason is that a strike "peiiali7.es every one of the workers more than the employer at whom it is aimed." Mr. Edwards, let us repeat, is a member of England's ruling parly, labor's own party, which is pledged to advance labor's ciiuse. In the light of this Labor member's proposal, we can only c?r.chule that our "fncisls" have embarked on a 'mild program of destruction'. unions, would Uic gi'C'ftl, <lc- inilicedcil. If no voluntfiry action is forthcoming soon, tlioro are two \H>.~.- sil)k' but uiiKJilisfnclory I'diiwlius. Ksiir it-lido laws miglit be suspendud lein- |)or;irily, or price controls might Ln reiinposctl. Any tliotight of reviving OPA ii. cliscouniging. Its pciicclime operation was inei'i'icient and unpopuhu'. Tltc big difficulty in any action involving fair trade laws is that most state lctjislatur.es will not meet again, until January, 19-19. So special would have to 1)0 called. Voluntary action iiy with an as.si.st from the go far toward averting pi'cs.sion and easing management-labor tensions. But if .such action Irs not forthcoming soon, (lie stales may have lo Ihink seriously about amending •their lair trade laws as a partial, and imperfect emergency measure. VIEWS OF OTHERS Curiosity Continues to Kill The wailing scream of today's slre:i-sor.g. shrilling eerily from speeding lire and police ear:;, is a iii'jre potent lure than lhat wh'.el'. enticed ancient seamen to their deaths on the reck-; ol C.reeci'. We seem ixwerless to leslsl Ihe exciting call that frequently leads to extreme personal danger. , It is said Ilial several hundreds of the dead at Texas City were persons win Ihe fire trueks lo Ihe walcrlronl watching efforts to fight ; French ship Cirani! Cam]). Well, Here We Go on the First Leg hud loiiowed and who were blaze HUOOVCI the when it exploded, hui'iliue, deadly bils of steel Into I lie crowd Curiosity re^ai'dini: untoward happenings is one of mankind':! not able characteristics. peril [mm lallim: bombs failed to keep thralled siKi'lnlors from Kalhcrini; of l/indon at Die heiijlil of th And when Orson broadcast several Lmvnmower Manufacturers \Make Life Easier, Much Easier The DOCTOR SAYS -» By FREDERICK'C. OTIIMAN (United Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON. April 2!) (UP) — It Is a well-known fact that I am a kind and thoughtful husband. I do not allow my bride to ruin her ,, hands spading the potato patch. WILLIAM A. O'BRIEN', M. H. : m . lkc ' hel . use glovt , s . Written for NEA Service when she wears out her old Inability to gauge the amount wash . boa| . t | j r ) ot lu . r have n :>ew of di'tiB needed to relieve pain 01 Qme f fou|K| ,,,,,. ?cnl!> biUE: cause unconsciousness held up tlie c t liaj| flool . This , s , 15 ( . nlt>;i development of anesthesia, as even ( , {[ ^» , the ancients knew that extracts o! ,!".: k , 1( , es ~" poppy ami mandrake put people TWs gencraslly helps kp? . ; i ic r °^oXe, which ,s one of the ™^'^ t j£l^^ active principles of opium, was <lis- '*« °" • bc[ ,,,,,, •STpSn'ffi not' &£ wuS ^re of in huniane attitude .rd known because it had to be given « is causing me tumble. U«..n by mouotli. When the hy|X)dermi= mower trouble. . syringe was invented in 1851, l>hy- M J' B«««'cr w»s hav '"B n bad sic-iim, for the first time were time with our prewar »>««"•" able 'to (live pro]jer amounts ol was so heavy that she mut w' morphine to relieve pain. back hauling ' up Ihe Imeme, t When oxygen was discovered, the steps; it left chimps of Brass nil- possibility of riving medicine cut and se had lo go over '.!:eso llmniuh the aid entering the lungs I with her scissors. Seven days ago was conceived. A 22-year-old che:n-j-'.uday I put out the call for r,m. 1st, Humphrey Davy, by sniffing of those lieul-weighl, easy-pns.i nitrous oxide or laughing gas. magnesium lawnnirnvers. This ha.-> lea: ne t i that ii made him feel numb resulted in knee-high confusion, and sleepy. Later when lie had an A Ncsv jersey lawninowcr mo-;iil infected wisdom tooth which was. wm t e that if I were any kind of very painful, he inhaled .some o>' n ian I'd buy the litlle woman the gas, and the pain promptly i (that's what he called her) one ol' disappeared. | his $215 lawnmowers with a gaso- DiKcuvery of ether as an anes- i ino engine to do the work. He tultl- u'tic was partly accidental as it. LH | ln; n n[ , also manufactures hors"•ii s used in Europe and America ( i rawn mowers, but hesitated lo iirini; the first half of the 19th s ,,"gest them lo me because I'd entniy at "Irolics" or parlies in p,.,,,^],^ p u -. the L.'W. (his abbrc- hich the guests inhaled ether for s exhilarating effect. They also 'limed that if they look loo much hey went to sleep. The <••>>in the henrl I.nftwafle's Wit/.. Welle:;' invasion from Mars' years m;o badly HiBiiU-iU'd Grand Old Party Hour Proposed as Snappy Way To Win Women to Support Republican Causes Fair Trade and High Prices One factor scums gcncriilly l<> h.ive been overlooked in nil the appeals to innnufiictiirevs to t-tit llic prices inui reduce living costs. That is the viglil to fix retail prices which Ilia majority of states grant m:\ny manufncLurore. That right dates back to the depression years. Price-culling wars were on in many retfiil lines. They ruined numerous small businesses and sometimes cut the price-cutters own throat. " In 1931 the California lejjishturt' passed a fair Iradc law which allowed certain manufacturers to set 'the retail price of their products. Other states followed suit. Now only Vermont, Jliw- souri, and Texas are without some such statute. The states' right to permit a pio- ducer to .fix specific or minimum retail figures was upheld by the U. S. Supreme Court in 1S)36. Justic Sutherland, who wrote the decision in the test case, said this law neither gave a private person price-fixing powers nor the right to use compulsion. However technically true that may be, tho result was that a manufacturer conM say to tlie retailer, in effect, "You don't have to buy my product, but if you do you must agree lo sell it at iv.y price." The small retailer and the irarm- mitted the former to compete profit facturer liked this protection. It pw- ably with the chain store is srllimc most trademarkcd goods. It avoided cheapening a high-quality product on which a manufacturer had lavished high-powered advertising. Undoubtedly fair trade laws were a help at a linir •>!' ' depressed business conditions. Today,' of course, the story is quite different. Many retailers war.t to cut prices even though it mejuis cutting profit margins. They want to not only because many over-price,! items are not selling, but also becausi- they have good sense and what might be called economic patriotism. Bui cutting prices on goods prolcclvd by fair trade laws constitutes an unfair trade practice and carries heavy penalties. . So prices have stayed up and continued to rise, in spite of high production and increased buyer resistance. Manufacturers' explanations of this state of affairs have not ^>een entirely • convincing. The peril of high prices has been pointed out repeatedly, But pleas lev their reduction have generally gone I lie linsle-rn seaboard, more Amci leans ixnii-ed into tlie area I" view the supposed battle than jumpeif in llicir ears for fllijhl lowiiro the Hocktcs. One of Ihe greatest trials expcrirnml by police, fire (iKliten; and rescue workeis is liils problem of dealing with ttie inquisitive public. Conimnn sense would seem to dieiiue against chasim; Mro wnpions and ambulances. But r,o lone as the llirill of witnessing ileslriic- tlon and death serves lo release many of us. even if momenlarily, from the huindllrm routine. t,f life, it is iivobably too much lo expect II. at people v.'ill stop It, eonsi<lfr Hie (jvavo hazards lo which the curinu;; bystander is often .sub- jeclcd.^ —ARKANSAS C.AZETl'E. BARBS BY HAI, COCIIKAN Mcdcm married couples don't renlizc tho tight fix they're in until Ihi'y move into a modern :ii):u-lmcnt. he ranks or Is. • • » At least if brought a change—the telephones being lied up by a strike instead of by tlie folks on our party line. Tvvo vobbi in Texas ave s canghl lakinir a 1-iUh in n house now in jail --anti all washed up. No pilot ovev wants to .cnicktxl u[) to be. show what his plane's SO THEY SAY Unless a world trade .system is fret- 11 ailr bnsis tlierr will bo Owen. ». r :iist:mt. to the UN direc, lly I'KTKll F.1HSOX NI'IA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON, April 29. IND.'A) —H'-presentative Margaret Chase Smith of Kkcwhcgan. Maine—who Is a Republican, of cour.se—told the Republican women here the other day that they should lake a li[> from the radio and win women lo the Republic-nil cause by Ihe soap opera technique. Taking a leaf Irom the huckster Mrs Smith spelled ou! Using agency appeal for a sales campaign: 1) Establish a sense of need for the product. 2) U.se 'he greater glamor of Republicanism lo lure women into politics. 11) Guarantee satisfaction. Okay, script writers. Take it away This is the Grand Old r'a.-ly Hour. (Trumpet flare, fading into the Off Key fiislots' Trio, who break brightly into .singing commercial. Tune. "Little Brown Ju?."> If you want to win thai man, you should be a Rc-piib-11-can! ! Yon can't lie an a-ris-to-crni, If yon are a nem-o-crat. llnhaha, you and me, big white elephant how I love thce; Hahaha, you and me, on it we'll ride to vic-to-ree. (Up applause, five seconds, (hen rtunpet. Hare.) Male announcer: Here we are igaiti on the Grand Old Party :four. bringing yon the GOV quick- iiuiz prui'rain and the fn.sl. chap- .er of a thrilling new seri.it. The Story of Jane Republican. Female announcer: Would yon ike to know the secret, of success? :>f glamor? of guaranteed hauui- ness? Male: Yc.s, these are ihe things that every \voman wants to know lo mnke life FULLER! (I-'lai''> Richer! (Two flares.) Better(Three flares.) And more bean-ti- fnl! (Four flares.) Female: Just listen to 'Hie Ktoiv of Jane Rfpublican, and prot'K by her experience. Male: But before we bring you Ibis Dripping story of -lane Republican on this Grand Old I'arly Hour, here's the GOP quickie quiz Female: who has reduced our taxes? Thirty seconds on this Twenty—len—that's right. The Republicans, i Trumpet flare.) Male: Ve-iy good. Of course they - haven't finite yet. but they've pro- adve* 1 - I miscd lo. and Republicans always keep their promises. Female: Now here's the second .Standing behin<| her was a man- tall, fair-haired, and handsome Obviously In; was a Republican He milled and, touching his hut as a gentleman should, he spoke The Man: Baby, you look worried CJau I—may I he!])? Jane: I just had a thought. The Man: I'll give you a pennj lor it Ha. Ha, Ha! .Jnne: How original. You mus be awful clever. And you coul help me. I betcha. Here is poor litll I. about lo spend my last cent fo Mai politician, viation) between the shafts. For $110 an Ohio specialist offered to send me a mower with an , electric motor: that is. i! I had Ether wa-s first used as an an-. clcc u.j t .i|y in my house, which he sthetic in America 101 ycar.s a-o ilK . lmC d to doubt. n lioslon when a man wa.s put -.o| A Minu( , sola jawnmower maker ----- •- - dentist for a neck op- ( , me , lis mo , m . of alu . niinum and steel, which weighs pounds, but which costs no telling will , novfj have to hold it do'.vn on -windy"" days." he wrote, "I would suggest when'using i" that she wear spiked shoes because on n breezy day it will drag er all over the lot." | He added that he haled to knock competitor and consequently I did not menu t ). But you sec—IT a Republican politi cian. and I want to tell you about politics and show you my etchings. (Up orchestra, playing "Collie, Come, I Love You Oniy/j planned on a cbivci.—Ujtvis Male Announcer; A year passes, and ah, how quickly. Jane has taken up politics, hut seriously, in fact, Jane has married the Republican politician, and she is now Mrs. Jane Republican—honored, respected in her community, and a leader in the Tenth ward Ladies' Grand Okl Party Club. Up orchestra for a few bars of at the peace conferences? Fifteen ' .'-f'coiuls on :his. Ten—five -that's < rifiht- «Up audience chorus of 1 voices.) The Republicans. Male: Ve-ry good. Or course, they haven't quite done it yet, but the Democrats haven't either, so the Female: And now :lie third question on our program. Only one second lo answer this, and we're not even going lo tell you what it is. You just give us the answer. That's right! Chorus: The Grand Old Parly ITrumpe' flare and applause^) Male: Ladies of our unseen audience, it was a ciniekie c[Ui/c program like this which first set the heroine of our Grand Old party serial storv t° thinking. Jane wa.s ..,,.--just n plain Jane like a lot of you |"Hot Time in the Old Town,'' then dumbcllcf. before she began to fade into voice of Jane-) think. Politics meant nothing in her j .lane: Ah, my good husband and life. She didn't even know what the all yon good girls out there in the unseen audience, if you would only do as I did, and take up politics, all your troubles would be over. Marry Republicans and let. them worry about your grocery bills, and your only troubles will be little ones. 0 Announcer: Listen in to- Jane. As reverberations die, up' morrow, folks, same station and voice of Jniie.^ same hour, for another thrilling Jane: Why don't I do something [chapter in The Sfory of Jane Rc- abOjiit this? Male announcer: As Jane asked herself that poignant question, .she turned in line to .see where she wa.s. by ration. CKCUNT Nitrous oxide ami ether the first - ,'u anesthetics discovered, are still n common use. The former is used 1 "Although your bride or short operations, because it is 'liminated quickly from the body :ind recovery i.s rapid. Tlie latter is used in most -surgical cases us it eliminates pain and produces good muscular relaxation. 'Modern developments in ane.s-. thesia include discovery of new would tell me nothing about his nestheti:: gases (cyclopropane), research in'o magnesium mowers, use of lube:; to put in the throat' A magnesium lawninowcr man in ior operations ou the head and Pennsylvania said his product would neck, drugs to be given before Uie be ideal (and I quote him. nlso> mcsthetic. or taken in place of it, for Ihe little lady He wants my and finally the fact that curare, al- check for S33.55, plus 90 cents for though not an anesthetic, produces express charges.- great muscular-relation when yiv-l "The express will be very little." en with an anesthetic. j he said, "due lo the fact of the * • • ! weight of the mower. It is so light. Your mower will come to you well- packed in n cardboard box and Ihe box may weigh more than the mower." He forwarded an essay about tales of treasurers wrested from Ihe sea. "Visions of moling hulks: gold coins of tile realm and divers plunging through unphnnbed dep:hs conjure up a weird dream of prim evnl monsters nnd man's puny futility." it said. "Yet man has unlocked the rirk rile of atomic power, bounced K'^l nals off the moon and fravelc" faster thail soxind. He has forced the boundless waves covering more •than two-thirds of the earth's surface to yield their secrets. Today, through the alert application of its modern research to nrogrcssivc industry, te Huntcrhuinph Lawnmower Co. brims magnesium from the sea literally into your own QUEST ION :My sen is only 22 years old. but his hair is turning gray. "Would lanolin help? ANSWER: I do not know of anything which will restore ban- to i'..; original color. Tlie only thing to be done about gray hail- is to admire it. 15 Years Ago In Bliftheville — word meant. And then one day .she was standing in line at the grocery store, waiting to pay out her last cent for a piece of Democratic OPA baloney, when she was struck with a thought—(Crash of cymbal as sound effect for thought .striking | E. C. Fatten, Baker Wilson, B. G. West and H. Highfill will Attend a cotton meeting in Memphis this weekend. 'Announcement .wa, s made today that negotiations have been completed for tiie sale of the Robinson Drll^ Store to Hubert Potter, druf£ salesman widely acquainted throughout this territory. Associated with Mr. Potter in this purchase of this store arc H. K. back yard Raybuek of Hayti, Mo., and Cht-l Thai's literature. It is high-clnss ford Owens of St. Louis. i "rose. If his lawninowcr is half so R. N. Ware Jr.. was elected deluxe, and doesn't strip its brim- president of the Rotary Club at a Gears there'll be a happy female luncheon meeting held 'yesterday ac soon, whistlin ? while she works. Hotel Noble. With the' program a Tonicht I'll leach her how (o vocational one regarding produce, whistle. J. A. Waterman was in charge. .He gave the history of the bana.ia i Ow to finesse the ten spot When and bananas were served at ev- it ho!rts l))c t,.j ck y()l , lny t]own the ace of diamonds. When both publican on The Grand Old Party Hour. (Trumpet Hare. Crash of cymbals. And out.) ,i were served at ery cour.se during the luncheon. The meeting was closed with B ro-.ip ~ s ^ folkm . vou ]mk[ , singing of the song, "Yes We Have No Bananas". The United Staler, Marino COV|K will re- ort'.anive it.s forces to pro\'i<le for the pcssiblhty ot aton'.ic warfare.—A. A. Vandei;rift-. Marine Corps commandant. • • • The best way farmpvs can assist in com- batting inflation u: to keep on producing.— Secretary of Agriculture Anderson. * * » The more we projluce. the le^s will be tile cosl. of liviiifc; His- more things we car. buy.— nernai'd M. llarui'li. I know of no belter way to fU-'.lroy the United Nations Ilian lo t:ive it a sp'Cilic job which it neither intruded nor prepared lo do. Sen. Arthur II. VandeMbcii; (H> of Michigan. The newspapers of America have b?en amo Ihe gica'. inspirational jiuwers ihal nave ma possible this unparalleled century of piogic t!«v. James H. Dulf of Pennsylvania. » * • World .security for which the UN IP striving rests on the "oaken bo-am" (if Western Hemisphere solidarity. -Warren H. Au.slln, II. S. delegate lo United Muttons. • • • r I shall go on speaking out for OCR™ wliere- tver men will listen lo me until : .he nu; of my dny:;.—Henry Wallace. - • * Communists ideas have sunk like socds Into our American soil.—Rev. Robert I. Cannon, prcflrtcnt Fordham U. IN HOLLYWOOD -Bill IIY KKSK1NK JOIIS-SON' NEA Slaff Corri'sliomli-nt HOLLYWOOD. April CO. IXEA' — 'lie s.iecn'.s perfect lius'oand and ite team. Mytna L >y anil Wil;::iai o\vo".l. just got a "divorce" alvr ]:!e(in^! till' la-st of the Tlim fan movies, "hoti:; of the Thin Ian." Both will l;o separate wa.:, Myrna io fiee-lanre, Bill to ic- lain on Ihe M-G-M payroll I was kidding then; on the !;i ,l .ay o] Ihe movie abmit MMIC '-|'.nw 0 ilct alon^" tli;s tin- future t oil! husband and wife lean: "Well." said Muna. ate onions Tor IntU'l p'ayed romantic scei;c: tei noon." 1 I don't hkc onion:;, ' When we danced It Myiria, "he always HI in camera." "She stepped on my feft if I didn't." said Hill. "Hill never tried lo persuade the writers to give liini Ihe liest lines in tin- script." said Myrna. "Who." said Hi 1 .!, "ever heard ol anyone getting Hie last word wrti I a woman?" HANDSO.Mi: IS—AND 1>«KS 1 ' How not t.i >;<•! nunoiis dep.iri-l men:: A would-be a, lor w-as bciiv.^ interviewed in Sun Lrvir.e at ; hi-j Holly.vo>:d Aclr.rs' Laboiatory. ] "Sue e.-s ill aclin,; lakes a lot of hard work." s;iid Sam. "I my.icil have keen M;u :!:lini'. for :2. r i years.' '"Weil." sna; poil Mie youth, "that . won't h.i\ P: n to me. I'm mu.'h lici- j ter-luckir.g than you are." 1 Bo'c CuininliiRS. who once gave me the lowdown en the kissing habits of Hollywood's glamor cirls - 'lt and lie .werv m McKENNEY ON BRIDGE ov the diamond finesse? Fishljein reasons tliat If you take the dia- inoiHl finsse and it loses, there nre three hearts to tlie khij; on your right, yon lose the contract because yon can get into dummy only once. The correct play. In Fislibrin's opinion, is to lead a small heart from dummy and when East plays n —. all- her is taking lo'ir ,< in hope's o! . Marie M'.'LM week. l.s friend Haivv s.'oiu'K with Husan Hayward "The Lost Moment." ".Susie," sa;.s Bob over-tlie-.fafe. kisser, in : husband." ^ Fe^t.'i' Ann Conner ( | | Donald, linua-i;,. 1 uv i blonde this week. Ilo ' ' 'HIE UNLUCKY SI.M! The niylit Jean .Sablon. , French Crosby, opened at a when wej| JWOO( t nii:htcUib. Mimethiiu; the al- j haywire with tlie ' I'lililic ai system. Tile uii.'t "phone hissed :<l linn al! Ihrouvh Ins soiii;:;. Hablon: "fcret v.a.s became of tliee star."! lie said. Salmon is a very superstitious i fellow. Somroue p.iinleil a star i im his ilressiiiR-i'iiiun di'cn-. One [ point of the star went straight clinvn.' "That rcz b'«l luck," Kab'.on s;\:d. "I knew soinczing would happen. T rubbed out 7H' star. But so:nc- 7ing ha[ VM'ned. I'-.vt was too lale." Few ]:cople ie:neri:b'r U. but S.iblon made his American neonl \ with Carmen Miranda in the iy:ilt iBioadway musiral. "Kireels of !>a- I i is." Everybody s poke Freiu-h cN;vp'. ion. F.vci'v'^od,- sang cx.-c:;t Question: Which Finesse Is First? Ihe fVetj" piny-of leading a small (iiamontl. West, will have to win this trick wilh the queen- West's best return probably is the jack of spades which is won in dummy uith Hie ace. Now if the declarer carelessly- led ano:hrr he.irt. West could trump it and defeat the contract So the careful declarer would f"-h the jack of diamonds and then'fekr another heart linesse. House Speaker IIV AVII.MASI E. McKENSEV America's Card Authority Wrillon for NEA Service Today's hand .was played in .the Vandeibill. Cup Tournament, em- bleaia'jr of Ihe national knock-out teani-of-fonr championship. Kx- A A K 7 4 3 V852 * J G 2 ,.; AK 10 Totirnamcnt—N-S vul. Koutli West North Kast •J V Pass 2 4k Pass 3 » Pass 3 A Pass ; « Pass 4 N T. Pass G «• I'ass Pass Pass Opening—* Q 2 "I stood th,v«.. The b-'ontosaurus, prehistoric anl.iial, consumed between SCO and 1COO pJUtids of veRclalion daily. l)ert s often refer lo percentage plays, but when Harry Fishbeln, one of the Vandei'bilt Cup winners, describes a hand of this type, he will say. "If you make this play, you will have another play running for you." Tlie qucs'.ton Is, when yon are 1" the king of spades. should you take the heart finesse. _.. JJOIUZONTAL, 1,7 Pictured U. S. legislator 13 Fruit H Interstice 15 Raised slripe 16 Den 19 Slender 20 Tardy 21 Tree 22 13c silent 23 "Coyote Slate" (ab.) 2-1 Kxists 25 Blow with open hand 2D Paradise 32 Harem room 33 Energy 34 Midday 35 Essential being 37 Him 38 "Tarheel State" (ab.) 40 Real paddles 43 Lounge 47 Assistant 4D Russian river 50 Silkworm 51 Budge 52 Upper house of Congress 54 Garment part 56 Redactor 57 Looks fixedly VERTICAL 1 Cheeks 2 Mountain nymphs SSeasoning 4 Grafted (her.) 5 Portuguese (ob.) .v£ 6 Aid 7 Female horse 8 Area measure 9 Pause 10 Indian weight 11 Bitter substance in holly leaves 12 Appellations ITSlolh 18 Within 26 Card game 27 Bustle 28 Cooking utensii 29 Night be.'ore 30 rtomnn under- 42 Lath world god 4.1Slylco!t 31 German river 44 Kither 34 Approached 45 Chine,-™ 30 Herb weight 37 He is Speaker 4(5 Damsel of the • . 47 Bewildered 39 Goddess of' 48 Human road growm.i; S3 Toward vegetation 55 Lieutenant 41 Hindu queen (ab.)

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