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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TOT COURIER NEWS CO. H. W. RAINES, Publisher BARRY A. RAINES, Aulstant Publisher A, A. FHEDRICKSON, Editor 9AVI D. HUMAN, Advertising M«na»er •oil National Advertising Representatives: Wtllace Witmer Co, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Memphis. Entered is second class matter at the post- oMIce at Blytfievllle, Arkansas, under act of Congress, October 9, 1917. Member of The Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By carrier In the city of Blythevllle or any juburban town where carrier service Is maintained, 25c per week, By moil, within a radius of 50 miles,'15.00 per year, $2.50 for six months, H.2& for three months; by mall outside 50 mile zone, $12,50 per year payable In advance. Meditations It It nothing- to joo, all ye that pass by? IkehoM, And •*« If there be any sorrow like unto my sorrow, which Is done unio me, wherewith the Lord hath afflicted me In the day of nil fierce r.— Lamentatlona 1:1}. The human race are sons of sorrow born; and each must have his portion. Vulgar minds refuse, or crouch beneath their load; the brave bear theirs without repining, -Mallet. Barbs With the price to high it's harder to go to the store to get meat some grocers don't even earn 1 ? • * • • Wiadoin !• common tense—but not near com•mi enouch. • • * Most•'comedians think" they could play tragic roles, says a producer. And a lot of tragedian's performances are comedy, H won't be long until the frost In on the pumpkin. Then look out for Ihe shock In the price. • * • Don't let too much money go to your head. Keep ' on your feet by putting It Into government bonds. Germany's Role in Defense Another Defeat for Reds Coming on the heels of success at San.Francisco, the Big Three's progress at Washington on issues affecting Germany is almost too grood to be true. Top American, British and French officials agreed without reservation that Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower should be authorized to create a unified European army, including German forces. This in essence is the French plan, but until now it had been resisted by both Britain and the United States. When Eisenhower himself endorsed the proposal, the latter two countries underwent a change of heart. The agreement clears the way for greater speed in the organization of effective European defense. How to handle the problem of Germany rearmament had continuously plagued Western relations. It should not be forgotten, however, - that the Germans have minds of their own. Though the Bonn government is thoroughly committed to the West, there hag been no enthusiasm for rearmament in Western Germany up to now. The chief reasons have been fear of being trampled in a Russian offensive toward the Atlantic, and reluctance to bear arms until they have political equal- it}-. Fully aware of this obstacle, the Big Three foreign ministers also acted at Washington to remove it by preparing to give Bonn as nearly an independent status as is possible for a divided nation riving under direct Russian threat. The diplomats will offer the Germans not a peace treaty but a "peace contract" which will closely resemble it. Under this arrangement, the Allied occupation would be officially ended and Western forces would become "defense troops" aiding the Germans. Bonn would have a high decree of control over German affairs, except where seizure by internal or external anti-democratic forces threatened. The price for this contract would be German participation in the European defense army. The price for this contract would be German participation in the European defense army. If this peace contract is engineered as planned, and accepted by Bonn on Allied terms, Germany will be pulled into the Western orbit almost as completely as Japan. Obviously ,this is a goal eminently desired by the West. By the same token, it is a condition the Soviet Union must hope lo prevent. Russian foreign policy for six years has been pointed toward tht winning ol Japan and Germ»ny. Wh»t will Moscow do If both elip irretrievably from Communist grasp? On the answer to that question could hinge the Issut of peace or war In th« next 12 month*. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1951 Shocking Defense Of a Vicious Fraud Everyone is well aware that one of the highlights of last year's senatorial campaign in Maryland was the use of a composite photograph purporting to show-former Senator Tydings, the Democratic nominee, in conversation with Karl Browder, notorious Communist leader. No one can have any idea how big a part, if any, that picture had in enabling the present Senator John M. Butler, Republican, to defeat Tydings. But any fair-minded American, whatever his politics and whatever his feelings about Tydings, must certainly insist that no fraudulent photograph has any place in a free and honest American election. Thus it comes as a definite shock to hear Butler defend the use of the Tydings-Browder picture, especially since he musters the flimsy argument that the photograph "illustrated Tydings' attitude." In other words, a voter looking at the picture was supposed to understand that it did not really show the two men in conversation but indicated Tydings was "soft toward communism." Come, come, Senator Butler, how farfetched can you get? This defense of photographic fraud is no credit to "you or to American politics. Views of Others Would This Apply Also To Federal Government? Mayor Impellitterl has found a way to sav« the taxpayers of New York City {492,361 a year, not an insignificant sum even for the nation'! largest city. He has ,ordered the Immediate discontinuance of the use of 106 city-owned automobiles In departments and agencies under his jurisdiction. The automobiles had been assigned to scorei of'city officials for their exclusive use. Mayor finpellltteri found that the cost of operating the vehicles was not Justified In view of the purposei for which they were being used. There U In the step taken by Mayor Impelliltert perhaps » good txample for the United SUte* Government. A thorough survey of the use of automobiles which belong to the_Federal Government might show that thousahJCof them are being operated by Individuals who have little use for them. In most cases, ol course, automobiles of tht Federal Government are operated on legitimate business, but, observing the great number of them thst travel the streets of Atlanta, we can't help wondering If all of them are being operated In the Interests of the taxpayers. If Me*' York City can cut down on unnecessary transportation and thus save nearly half a million dollars « year, Is it not possible that the Federal Government might save millions of dollars annually by taking the same action? —ATLANTA JOURNAL How Much 'Austerity? A few days ago Defense Mobllizer Charles B. Wilson hit the headlines with \ht announcement that "the pinch Is here." Sunday he was In the headlines again with the assurance that lha pinch won't pinch too hard after all. We should remember that there are three principal factors in any inflationary trend. Two are tangible; on is intangible. The two tangibles are (1) the market demand for good* an against (2) the availability of goods to meet. Ihe demand. The Intangible Is public psychology; It can become a lerriflc force. There Is sometimes a tendency or* the part of government agencies to educate the public to the "right" attitude through their news releases. And It must be admitted that there Is sometimes a tendency on the part of the press to overplay announcements. One way to fight inflation Is lo maintain ob- Jrctlvely in our thlnxmg, talking and writing. Thai will take care of the public Hysteria that sometimes kites prices. H might be added that there is also a seldom mentioned way to attack the tangible factors mentioned above: We should work a little harder. —DALLAS MORNING NEWS A Coy Trick Invented by Democratic Presidents Peter ft/son's Washington Column — NA TO Members in Ottawa Worry About Reductions in American Aid once over tightly- By A. A. U is true that the average human has little natural Inclination toward'the heroic side and even less stomach for blood-letting, but 1)4 shall be a shade disappointed if It is ever proven that a dance band, » ' gasping crooner or fast rundown on the latest in muscledom. ire necessary adjuncts lo recruiting an army or air force. II ha's been reported from out Washington way that during the Sunday School Lesson By WJLUAM E. GILROY, D.D. The Bible is for the whole world. !-ut how many "worlds" are in the Bible? Recently I searched through a concordance to find out how many times the word "world" is used in (he New Testament. I was truly amazed at the number of such passages to issue from inc little land o( Palestine, seemingly of minor importance among the great empires o'f the ancient world. Equally impressive Is the number of references to the world by Jesus, the man from a tiny village in the hills known, as Nazareth. In spite of an environment that would have stifled many, Jesus ;limpscd truths that were universal and from the very beginning delivered His message with a consciousness of the world about him. Let's take a look at the first example of his awareness of the world, ft began in that tempta- iion (Matthew 4: 8-u>, in which he saw the kingdoms of the world, with all the allurements of worldly power, divine, but in which He chose the not the human way. and last year and thus far this year a total of S8.400,000 has been blown by the government on advertising to make soldiering an Irresistibly attractive occupation, And as I recall that part of my youth spent wearing blue britches with built-in bowlegs and east-west :reases, I can agree that it will take » mess o( huckstering to paint a •osey picture of life In a foxhole or on the briney deep or in a belly '.urret. Most young lads are understandably reluctant to offer themselves as targets for a foe whose motives are not entirely clear beyond th» immediate urge to slay the nearest opponent. This holds true even in time's of formal and widespread warfare such as in the early '40's. The reluctance Li still greater when butter outweighs guns and the brawling IB on a small scale in an isolated point on the globe. Such as now. The obligation is still there, how- en-, and must be met the sams as numerous personal involvements must be liquidated by each of us oafc or about the first of every montlSP Ignoring the debt won't keep the landlord or the man from the finance company from pounding on WASHINGTON (NBA) — Problems before the North Atlantic Treaty Council at Ottawa are largely economic and apt to be dry as dust. They are important, however, in that they'll prepare the ground for the NATO Council and military meetings, in Rome at the end of October. Also, they'll make a first report on the organization of defense production in the NATO countries. The Ottawa session will be the seventh -NATO Council meeting. The first was held in Washington in September Foreign Secretaries, Defense Secretaries and Treasury Secretaries for the United States, Canada and the 10 European countries will all b« there. The Deputy Foreign Secretaries In charge of NATO affairs Peter Edson be . the last meeting of the Council in Brussels last there. They have their headquarters In London, with Charles L. Spofford as American representative and chairman. Since NATO December, when General Eisenhower was named Commander-in- chief. the NATO organization has been considerably streamlined. Under the deputies there are a Defense Production Board CDPB) :nd a Finance Economic Board (FEE). William Herod, International General Electric president, .is 17. S. member and chairman of DPB. William L. Blatt. head of American SKF Industries. Is U. S. member and chairman of the FEB. Both these organizations will make their first reports to the Council. Sessions will be presided over by Paul Van zeeland of Belgium, the Council president. Eisenhower Remains In Europe General Eisenhower will not be at the Ottawa meeting, though he is expected to be In Rome. In Ottawa he will be represented by his chief of staff, Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther. The Joint Standing Group, which is really General Eisenhower's boss, will be at Ottawa In an advisory capacity only, since this is no't primarily a military meeting. On JSG are Gen. Omar Bradley, chari- man of the Joint chiefs of Staff of the u. S.. Gen. Paul Ely of France and Air Marshal Sir William Elliot of Britain. Adm. Gerauld Wright of the U.S. Navy serves a-i representative for General Bradley on this full-time planning group, which has its headquarters in Washington. All these officials and their staffs and assistants will be quartered in Ottawa's Chateau Laurier. For ail except the very top brass'and braid, they'll be quartered two to a room. This has led one staff member to suggest that all present See EDSO.V on page 10 set the fulfilment of His spiritual mission above all that .the world could possibly have given. The earthly Christ understood clearly and fully the meaning of that choice. I have been impressed with his many and persistent references to the world hating Him iJohn 7:7; 15:18; 17-14. etc.), and lhat hatred of Him by the world of His own time stands out strongly when we observe, and reflect upon. the hatred of the world for the Christ today. A worldly hatred of the Christ lies deep also in places where we might least suspect it. I have been reading recently rather extensively IN HOLLYWOOD By ERSKTNE JOHNSON NKA Staff Correspondent By ERSKINE JOHNSON I similar set-up. NF.A Staff Correspondent . • . HOLLYWOOD (NBA) — ExcUi-j Lisa Fersaday and wealthy pro- sively Yours: Nan Grey (Mrs.:ducer Pan Blumenthal have made Fr.inkie Laine) lost out on the part] the decision. They'll wed ns soon HS that was lo be her movie comeback j his wife obtains her divorce, role In "Phone Call From A Strans-1 ... O«ry Merrill brought home _the! Guy Madison and Gail Russell 'just finished conferences with script—he's the star—and Bette Davis grabbed It nces w agents, producers and attorneys on the co-starring picture they will Ginny Simms Is Introducing weal- mako. It's not a western, as rumor thy oilman Bob Calhoun as her next' ed, but a big swashbuckling costume ' * husband. spectacle. It's Frank Farnsworth's story I.ana Turner's pals ircn't show- about the fellow who went to a psy- , ins her the current Issue of a cer- chiatriit and confided that his wife lain rnajrarlne. There's a hi^ photo thought she was a hen. i lavmit nf L.ina anil Ava Gardner. "This is serious." said the psv- The text says lhat r.ana Is on the , the psv- chiatrist, "how long has she thoucht she was A hen?" "About 18 months," said the husband. "But why haven't you told me about this before?'.' sain the psychiatrist. "Well." wrlled Ihe husband, "you see we needed the peps." Hattle MacDanirl will leave the hospital soon to continue her convalescence at home. Although rhn Oscar-winninp actress still suffers from a serious licart condition, *hc was never In an oxygen tr-nt as reported by a radio gabber. Her medirs are prescribing lone rest, and Hattle will use the time to dictate her ilfe story to writer Rubv Goodwin. Grayson Furious Tile Kathryn Grayson - Mario Latua feud Isn't being helped by the re-issue of "That Midnight Kiss" and rTounwarri grade and fh.il Ava is now glamour throne. movie occptiying- the Steve Cochran about a Hollywood , 'cutie: "She's suing for divorce on I See HOI.LVWOOn nn Pane 10 in dummy with the ace of clubs. His next step LR to return the deuce of diamonds from the dummy. The opponents can still defeat the contract, but they have to find the right defense instead of having it handed to them on the proverbial silver platter. At the second trick East must put up the king of diamonds. Do you know anybody who will make that defensive play? I'll agree that a great expert will occasionally come up with the right defense. But If this type of play Is made against him ten times month, he'll meekly play low six or seven times out of ten. (Eight or nine time.; would be closer to the truth, but I wouldn't want to be considered ungenerous.) Once East is persuaded to play i a low diamond at a second trick, the hand is home. West must win! the first diamond, and West is In no posiiion to lead spades. West/ must lead another club (as good as any), and South wins with Ihe kins. South then draws two rounds best- in the most popular and selling fiction of our time It is true that the novels of my late friend. Lloyd Douglas, were distinctly religious, and that other similar, books have had similar if not equal distinction. But what has amazed me is the number of these best known current stories in which there if. not on a single page the slightest evidence that either the authors or their characters, in these books produced in a "Christian." land had either the knowledge of Christ or the merest interest in the fact that Jesus, the great Teacher eve lived. Hatred of the Christ in tha , er the sheer and gross paganism o. so much of our literature and life today! Vet the world that hated Jesus was the world that He loved. His prayer for His followers was not that they should be taken out of the world, but that they should be kept from its evil: and even more that they should overcome evil with good. And to those who like their Master, would be In the world, but not of the world, He gave a great message of hope and confidence: "Be of good cheer; I have overcome the world." the door. The expending of considerablt public coin for baiting the recruiting hook has been defended In peculiar manner. A Col. W. G. Crawford recently told i Senate appropriations subcommittee that an enlistee is a better "bargain" and probably will be. a better soldier than a draftee. The "bargain" li that an enlistee commits himself for three or four years while a draftee Is on the hook for only two, and a* to which Is better the colonel is firing blanks. One might submit that a soldier who enters the service under his own power, may be a more willing sort than one who was booted Into uniform by Selective Service. This holds a minimum of water however, as only a few enlist with career Intention while. the bulk sign up with the hot breath of their draft boards on their necks. Barring another Pearl Harbor there is little that can be done 'to coax, the majority or us jnatural-• bom civilians Into uniforms with any degree of willingness. Sad but true, and no amount of name bands.— moaning crooners, second - hant sopranos or four-color ads are going to seduce even the dullest character Into the armed forces. A lot of stupid reasons have been dreamed up as to why men expose themselves to sudden death. During world War n we supposedly respect is probably an u'nco^u £ UEn f™ £" nV ^^^ factor, but surely it must underlie ^ ,1 i M ^ of , retum - tbe sheer and gross paganism nf " f '"Mas blueberry Pie. two- Cooke Jr., of Luxora, In a ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon at the Blomeyer residence. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the F:rst Baptist church, asked the vows at 2:30 o'clock before members of the families, Including a number from out of town. Mrs. Clifford Joyner of Union City, Term., is the eucst here of her inrente, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whlt- worth. inch steaks and the right to boo the Dodgers. I don't know about the rest of you, but I have no intention of shedding any blood for Stan Kenton, Frankle Lalne or Batten, Barton, Durstlne and Osborne. I would Just as soon the government use this 48,400.000 to bribe the. reluctant into uniform as to seethe Intelligence of so many insulted. It takes a war to crystallze interest in joining any military fraternity and when that won't do it, then we got selective Service. If current law means what it says, It's either Join up or get drafted and It's silly to lay out so much cash In an effort to make the whole thing look like a flag-waver's holiday. After all. why else Is all God'fll chillun 'got draft cards? ' JACOBY ON BRIDGE By OSWALD JACORY Wrillrn for NF.A Sen-Ice Rival Think Before You Concede SO THEY SAY Th« closer, you get (o the problems in the. Far Kajt. the less certain you become about Ihe answers—Gov. Thomas E. Dewcy. • * * Thr Congress of the United Stales has proved Itself (hp line of lea^t resistance to rampant In- Ilition, and the weakest link In our chain of <i<ffnse against Communist aggression.—William Q«en. president AFU • » • J lived In London for 10 days and nobody knew iti Vm happy that I'm not news anymore. —Actress Ingrld Bergman. • • » Don't bellyache. Get out and work—this coun- t 'V will "pull through.—B«rn»ri Birucb, Written for NEA Service One ot the strong points of the "t •'• * "• .T,"* .-..~. expert bridge player IA that he -,„. 'The Toast of N'ew Orleans"-, m »kes life as difficult as pcsslble the two pictures they made toseth-1 [or his opponents. For example Kathryn's furious over the m»r-! supple , he opponent* can defeat 1 quee displays that omit htr name. ; tn( , expert's contract—is he down-! hearted? Not a bit of it. It's still . »tnn,cti: ixui, n UJl ui 11. u a SULI —•••••••^••••••i ' Dolores Costello. who Ions oppos-: thpir ]ob lo , lnc , tne , ht 4^^ of trumps and leads his other dla- ( • film f~.rf.fir ifiT <nn .TnVin Ra r_ i ... .... . •-•*••.>., NORTH 4743 V 10742 21 WEST AK852 VJ5 » A763 4982 * A63 SOUTH (D) EAST * J1096 ¥33 #K954 + QJ 10 South IV 4V ¥AKQ96 » J10 + K754 Neither side vul. AVeM North Pass 2 » Pass Pass Cast Pass Pass Opening lead—4 9 uoiorrs ircsieuu. »iiu ions u|,>n.s-: thpir ]ob |o , lnc , , ne r , ght Mewx o; tn ed i film career for son John pr-i and lhe t ,„ do h t n mond rymore. ,Ir.. cau0U the sneak ot ms, lo compUca!e their ]ob . ' I T hU act* up dummy's queen be- latest starrer "The Bt? Night ar,d Tod ^.. J hand ^ b( , muff A rore the ,„,„„ h>ve ^ ^^ shouting It. im proud ,,f ^ m(vst averBgc uiayers bul would! South can get to dummy with the . . ; be made by most experts (or Just tcn of trumps to discard h'ls queen the reason described. Let's exam- " f «" a<1 «" "" •*•- -• -"- ine Ihe difference. s '• Former child actress Marcta MAC Jones. Hollywood's only secretary- f.moter — she lakes dictation from Attorney Greg fiautzpr—will play Ihe feminine lead In Ihe new Cl'co KM TV films. Grec's Girl Friday whispered ;t lo tnf at the Mocambo: "Pictures or no pictures. 1 won't i quil my job. When 1 frcl a mnvip rotr 1 a?k Mr. BauUcr for time off anct hr lives II to ie." lot of plans are cooking tor The Average player wins the first rlub in riummy or in his own hand a; random, draws two rounds of uumps. and then leads the Jack o[ diamonds. West naturally ducks in order to let Ea.it win wttb the Wn? of diamond.!. East, just naturally, returns the Jack of spades; ! cu of spades monds. The child's play. the queen ol dia- rest, of course, Is 75 Yean In B/ythevi/fe A deed was filed today for rec * [ ovd In the office of H. M. Craig, clr clerk and ex-ofticlo recorder , and the contract Is defeated Ihe finesse loses. T\vo dia Marlene Dietrich, but Ihe one she: monds and a club must be lost no of favors at Ihe moment Is a nation wide personal appearance lour ihar's expected to net her as much money ..,, ,, ^ v ., „ -,, 1> ,, v , lvl . r ul Mr „,„, Mrs ,. f . ulo . it Josephine Baker reaped in t »nd Iheieloti wim the liitl trick mejer, t»c»ai« th» brid« of M. O matter what happens, so Ihe a spade trick is fatal. The expert wes all this coming lei building and the building on the west, in the 200 West Main Street block, to S. H. Kress and Company . . chain ten cent store operators. Mis? Virginia' Dell Bl"mevc daughter of Mr and Mrs E F BIo ' Baby bottle nipples—42.000 of them—»re used each year by General Motors to mask terminals of auto starting motors while painting Is In progress. fnsect Antwer to Previous Puizla HORIZONTAL, 1,* Depicted insect 10 Injures 12 Itemized bill "War god 15 Elude- 17 Tree 18 Six (Roman) 18 Individuals 21 Fart of "be" 22 Volcano in Sicily 24 Or eat Lake 26 Foreteller 27 Short 28Gutta (ab.) 29 Goddess of plenty 30 Operated 31 Direction (ab.) 32 Palm (ruit 33 Pulled 36 Above 37 Toiletry case 38 Note of scale 39 Malay garments 45 Radon (ab.) 46 Finish 48 Wash lightly 49 Fabulous bird 50 Shore 52 Run way to marry 54 Shows pleasure 55 Be indebled VERTICAL 1 Common mineral 2 Age 3 lype square 4 PrcjudJc* SWithla (comb, form) 6tevel 7 Preposition 8 Tell a falsehood 9 Pastries 10 It sometimes infests 1 1 Observe 13 Ant SODeepvaUeyi 43 Canadian ssrtsr* SSGermaa prince 43 Unit. M Behold

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