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• BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUB COURIER NEWS CO. H. W, HA1NM, Publisher •AJUtY A. HAINES. AMtslant Publisher A. A. rREDRICKSON, Editor D, HUUAN, Advertising Manager (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •oh K»tlonM Adrertlslng Representatives: Will»c» Witmte Co, New York, Chicago, Detroit AtlmU, Memphli. f «j second claw matter at the post- •fflot at Blythevillc, Arkansas, under act of Con- Cr«M. October 9, l»n. Member of Th« Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Br carrier in the city of Blythevllle or »ny suburban tovn where carrier service is maintained, 3Sc per week. By mail, within a radius of 50 miles, J5.00 per 3r*ar, 12.50 for six months. |1.J5 for three months; by mall outside 50 mile zone, 112.50 per year payable In advarjce. Meditations And he Mllh unfa mr, Seal mil (he saying of (he prophecy of lh!» book: for the time Is al hand—Re*. 22:10. » • • The word unto the prophet spoken Was writ on tablets yet unbroken: The word by seers or sibyls told. In grovef of oak or fanes of gold, Still floats upon the morning wind. 61111 whispers to the willing mind. —Emerson. Barbs "Bottoms up" Is-the best toast to all little children who do things that call lor a spanking. * * » Wtnler trurk travel soon will make 11 so that wt c«n sUy on the right road and still bt In » rut. * • • Wear fewer clothes and you'll live longer, says' » Minnesota doctor. Where—In the hoosegow? * » • Interest on lovernment bonds Is »o hlfh youll bf richer—Imj and buy! » * * A good doctor can arid lo years to the life ol the •verage person, says a writer. Then maybe the bill might knock off 20. Taft Can't Win White House On Republ icon Votes Alone With the suspense over Senator Taft's 1962 intentions now ended, \ve can safely examine the probabilities evoked by his candidacy. Some political sages question Ihe wisdom of a declaration for the presidency nine months before convention. They argue that Taft may pass his peak of strength too early and find himself spinning downward at voting time; also, that he may become too easy a target for those ben^ on knocking him clown. There is plenty of evidence in campaign history to support these doubts. .But, being a man of candor, Tat't could hardly have done otherwise than he did. Taft exuded confidence that he can be both nominated and elected. As for the former, he iiniiuestionahly holds a commanding advantage at this moment. He is the favorite of the. regular Republican organization in many key states. All reports indicate he has corralod somewhere between 350 and '100 of Hie 600 delegate votes needed to nominate. That advantage is not necessarily decisive, however, since an avowal of candidacy by General Eisenhower in the next few months would crystalline an opposition of probably equal, if not greater strength. Rut if fall, should go into the spring without a declared opponent, h'e will be hard to catch. His election is something else again. That he would conduct a forthright campaign goes without saying. The question is how wide its appeal would be. Every politician should study carefully the figures depicting the relative strength of the two major parties and the growing body of independents between them. The fads—cold and unrelenting—are that the Republican Party is today a minority parly in the United States. No matter how you jdggle totals, you cannot escape that conclusion. That means that any Republican who wishes to be elected to the presidency must win more than just GOP votes- assuming always that he manages to flush the bulk of those from their eloc- tion-day hideaways. He must capture a sizable share of the floating independent vote, and some dissident Democratic votes as well. Taft thinks he can do i1. too. As proof, he cites his smashing 431,Odd-vote victory in Ohio last year. This, say he snd his close advisers, gives the lie to th« old complaint that Taft cannot get votes. But observers who know the Ohio utory urge against too glib an interpretation of that victory. Ohio was a very special case. It was not necessarily the I United States in microcosm. For one thing, taft had Incredibly weak opposition. For another, the widely heralded entry of Rj« Labor into the lists against him redounded to his arl- vantape. It galvanized his steady supporters into unremitting toil. The atmosphere of "dictation hy labor" aroused the bitter ire not only of many regular Dcmnorals but of a ^cori proportion of labor's own rank and file. The Taft campaign of 1950 was a genuine crusade. The results .show it. Taft, supposedly the .symbol of GOP conservatism, won all pijjht major industrial areas in his slate. All (old hn lost only fo'nr comUies. In the face of his driving, brilliantly or- iraniml campaign, the opposition split —with disgruntled Democrats leaving Labor in the saddle—and then finally crumbled. II is extremely doubtful that this pal lorn ever could bo precisely repeated. Able organization Taft will have. Bui that is not enough to elect these days. If Taft is lo gain the White House as lie believes he can, he plainly will have to offer a program broadly tailored lo appeal not simply to Kepublicans already with him hut to the multiplying battalions of independents who hold the real key. And to do this he will have to convince them that his foreign views as well as his domestic policies are as enlightened and far-seeing as the nation's crisis demands. Views of Others Crime Committee's Proposal Doesn't Work When the Senate crime committee rang down the curtain on Its investigation ol the underworld, it did so with an idealistic challenge to the American people to fight and control crime at the local level. No fair-minded person could fail to recognize the.tremendous value of>the work done by that committee, if It did nothing else, H marie the people conscious of the connection between the underworld unrt unscrupulous public officials. However, there is good reason lo doubt the effectiveness of its proposal to control crime al the local level. Some communities ore given a wide berth by the crime syndicates because thoss communities will not tolerate contemptuous violation of the law. Other cities welcome the crime 'bosses with open arms. So long as this country has communities where the major stainblcts and racketeers run ply their trades In complete safety and security, we will continue to have the ncrvs centers necessary for a national network of crlmo.- The Seriate Crime committee succeeded in connecting public officials with the underworld In some communities and throttled their activities, only to return a tew weeks later to find the old lawless practices going full blast again. The major criminal elements rto not fear the local law enforcement agencies In many cities. But their fcnr ol federal officers and federal law Is universal. A few months ago. the ministers of phenlx City, Ala., a notorious gambling town, rolled up their sleeves and waried into the underworld forces there. It was hardly surprising that these men of the church were bitterly opposed by many of their fellow townsmen who stood solidly behind the gamblers. Nevertheless, the pastors received support from Governor Persons, and some pro- Brea toward civir decency was made. Now we find the minister!, of that city once agnin pleading with their governor (or help. They say that those men In Phenix City promoting "gamblinc. prostitution and Intemperance" are operalinir almost without hindrance. And law enforcement officials are "openly attacking the ministry ol our rhurchr-s." Phrnix City hy it-elf isn't R( ,|n e ,„ corrupt the nation. But a trmtisand f'henix Cities through- cm! the- land, each linked to the other by underworld ties, can become a threat to national decency. If those cities cannot be controlled at the local lrvr-1. Uirn it is li me to begin Ihitlk- l"E of a body, set up on a permanent basis and backed by fodnal law. to police the nnrirnvorlri. -ATLANTA JOURNAL SO THEY SAY Three who pnint modern pictures in hart faith are frauds. Those who paun them In trood faiih need a doctor. Those paintincs will one day be In museums, like- ancient instruments of torture. !" fhr-w the. depths to winch art tell.—oFrlunlno British .1:1 ict. • • * _ tn music, the public only wa.-its the thlncs j that have been manufactured a hundred years j »so....Thr first quality demanded of a comparer is that he must be dead.—Arthur Homieccrr. Frrnrh compo.-rr. * * + Raisin? a child today rail- ;, lr brlnr warm r.r.d aHertmwtt and r.\pre;,- irK I 0 ve for the child We u:sed to think' th'y were liirv adults who were J'.tM bclr.g natichty; n,, w - VF knni( . , hpv , 1re cl , t!d . rcn--Clara Savace Litttcrt.-,^, macazlnt editor. ! American girls dm.; k ,,,, w how lo brea(h9 | Thry tinkle when they talk-Mary Garden, for- f rner opera slar. Ned Carver is my ar.d the only swap I'll make Is my team fo; .r m t other t«m.—Bill Veeci, owner, St. Ixmu )ias«b«ll team. Peter Edson't Washington Column — "You Sure You Feel All Right?" Military Expenses Are 'Hidden' In Budget Published by Soviets ^Ti^r^^^ rMun.s a^^^i^ u ^i;;,^v^^ nte " eun - has renewed Interest In total Com- to tha Officp of th» R»r- rn i,n. „< \ >nni— ™..'j__. ." „. . has renewed Interest In total Communist world military potential. Atomic bombs alone cannot win a war, according to present milit.iry i available, so his . , to the Office of the Secretary oil Mllllary nurlect Is Twice Defense. Published Sum Commander Grcenhalgh has ac- j A realistic evaluation, says com- cess lo Information not generally '. mander Greenhalgh. would he mil thinking. The im- j considerable portant are still size armed forces manpower, estimates carry! I! is his prc.«- i TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1951 once over lightly- By A. A. Predrickson - whcn : la - v do ™ m v hod of tailor-made throwing and pass out small bouquets and kind words Instead, but this seems to be one of those days despite everything i can do about It Notwithstanding that I prefer r pulling rtiirs out from under people and the bigger the better, there occasionally comes a time when .•omething happens for -.he good. Or. anyway, it agrees with me and anyone who disagrees naturally becomes a subversive bum and ought to be investigated. • • • MUCH HAS JiKI.'N SAID, written and probed of late about various lapses in governmental morality and economic intelligence. but precious few good conduct medals have been revoked and value received for the e.vp.-mriiiu; federal dollar is relatively unimproved. Hence It Ls like finding a breath of fresh air wafting over the city dump to learn that not every Ill- conceived proposition to empty the I 1 . S. Treasury is being railroaded to completion. A few columns back. I muttered into my typewriter a lew hundred begrudging words anent Army and Air Force plans to put recruiting on a biir-iimc huckstering basis by purchasing considerable high-priced talent to entertain propspectlve The DOCTOR SAYS By EDWIN P. JOnnAN, M.I>. Wrillen for NEA Service "For over three months I have been plagued with an abundant dose of shingles." writes J. c. and R. M. says, "1' had the shingles about years ago on the left iirie of my head and about every two or three months my head swells and breaks out. The pain is something frightful. What can he. done?" Those are typical of the many.-— rr , pathetic letters which I get from I easier sufferers of shingles or herpes zos- '•>'"-' ter. I wi>h I could suggest a sure remedy, but all that I can do is to explain the condition somewhat so that those w!:o have this painful condition will know what it is and know about what they can expect. Shingles is an acute inflammation accompanied by characteristic customers. LADS JUST SITTING around waiting for the clammy hand of the draft to snatch them from civilian life were to be propositioned into early service via the network efforts of SUC h as Prankis Laine and Bill stern, et al. But the services reckoned with out one Joseph c. Mahoney. Demo- crat.c senator from Wyoming whose counterattack left the AUS and USAF scrounging for some ne* «-om«i stripe.s. sen. O'Mahoney, «a.s somewhat piqued, as were several other legislators and some of us stingier civilians, by the plans °" !< "" e M miflion for od member of the Senate- House conference on the military splurging bill, he bulled his neck the huckstering angle and the dough was dlsappropriated. MIFFED BUT DETERMINED, (he Army and Air Force said they would go ahead anyway, using money left over from last year. "Huh-uh." the senator said, adding that Defense Secretary'- Lovelt would feel differently. He did and so the services haven't. Ad funds that is. What the services will do with the left-over dough Isn't clear but even if they do nothing but erect monuments of mutual admiration in honor of one another, the radio and TV plans have been scragged. Washed-out. Kaput. The taxpayers nre happy about saving S4 million, I am happy because I think Fr.inkie '.line's "voice smells too ripe to warrant apy of my tax outgo, the draft boards are happy 'cause the quotas will come now factors lent conclusion that "Russia sees in 1 Furthermore, lower llv'lnc h means jantic military forces the! of threatening the rest of i expenditures twice Hip pub-j blisters on the skin, and effects *, tn , nr . rw,*..!., *z n »*»?ion.|only that part of the skin which is reached by certain nerves. It oc- sum, or nearly Rims.! the world with the prospect of de- ! ment obtainable in the United smiction if the free nations do not j States for the same amount of mo- allow the Kremlin to have Its own.ney. way." He builds up his case care-j in other words, the equivalent fullj- from these factors: , Russian effort is 5125 billion a year me soviet budeet lists military • compared with the u S military expenditures of 9fi million rubles, i buriset of about S60 billion ...... -....,..„, .„,,.., ,i,,,,t >n nr 1 !"" y ceran nerve-s it oc- in Russia permit support of two and curs on one side of the body only i i half times the military cstabli. h- tanks and airpow- er to deliver Ihe bombs and hold _ ground after any reter F.dson atomic attack. Lit tost available kn Tor mn linn on . in mutiny 5,^1 mmnn this scor L comes from Oomm.nder eme-fifth of the ioraf W^'toi \ mi^on mer, irTscrv.cT the Sest I ?££»* ^ ? n " «£ , , „ this fifth covers only pay, housing number at any one time HeinV 20 m * £ ^v<-« nnn - P P mlln**,^ T— \nj? n . . ; "ln.v U^ iLH.16 nl.Ur William T. GreenhalRh. U.S.N.. In paper written for "The Reserve Officer.'' Commander Greenhaleh is a former member of the Industrial Colleere of the Armed Forces. or roughly S2I billion. This is about! In World War'n Russia had •>? -h' """h afm!1] '™ c!rile - a *« 1 People one-fifth of the total budoot. hut million „,„„ .„ LI.', ' V' ,,.„!.:?h, hu .' s about a " thcre ls l ° the »t- anrf is especially common around the chest,, just over and parallel to the ribs, and on the forehead, face, and lower back and abdomen. The blisters after a period of several days begin to open and dry- up, finally disappearing altogether. In ymm~ and middle-aged people and upkeep. Planes, tanks and atomic expenditures are concealed under a gen- er.onomy" Item. Mil- o rme rces, evi natona economy" Item. Miland Chief of Production. Office- ofUtnry roads are under "civilian con- million. Tn 1345 Russia was planning for 550 divisions. Each Russian division is only half the size of an American division. But the niaxl- See ED.SO.V on Paire 12 IN HOLLYWOOD Rr FRSK7NE JOHNSON NEA Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (NEA) — Ann Blylh, who has the gams and curves for U, has slipped the word to her studio bo.vcs and agents that she'd like a u'hack nt a typical Betty Grable musical frolic. Scanty costumes, singing, danc- tn? anrt all. GetfJnc ready for the heaiy hf?- trionics with Gregory Peck in "The World In His Arms," Ann confided : I'm criUefu] for my \vondprfnl dramatic chances. But I keep hit- j? for musicals. I'be fcppf up my vocal |p«,sons and I could bru^h up on my dancing with a little practice." • • • Edcar Bercen's burning over the Army s cancellation of his ihree- rlc tour of camps. His radio sponsor was ready to pick up ihp check for the entire junkd but at the last minute. Army brass derided they niieht be critici/eci because of the commercial tie-up. "But j never did any actinc." he protests to Fred Mar.Murray, a Hollywood agent. "Who said anything about act- ins." replies Fred. "You're going to be a cowboy star. Al! you need are tivo expressions—hat on and hat off." . — .iralgtc. pains for months. Herpes may develop with or Immediately after acute infections like pneumonia or meningitis; it can come in epidemics or without any cause which can be identified. It is believed to be caused by a tiny living orsanisrn called a virus. X-RAY TREATMENT A srcat many different kinds of Slan I-iurcl Is barb pounds and Is anxious to Ills r.ircr-r.Hc never r-.vpcctcd leave Paris hospital alive. John Howard and Rochclle 7fud- Jou are teaming up for a TV film scries, "Ship from "... Rhonda Fleming's penciled In for rifopatra in Columbia's "Serpent! of the Nile." L:\lii-l Didn't Click Ann's chuckling over Sec HOLLYWOOD tin Page 1Z pocus that he actually brought off. "What is your comment on all this?" My correspondent's remarks art. fine as far as they p.There WHS niore than one dummy at that. table.To be accurate, there were three of them. f ... ...., u .- c u West could saved the day l develops on by shiftins rn a heart, or a diamond f move down into the eye »•• the second trick, but. he should never have bei-n fared by this problem. To br;m with East should not and in general Sen. O'Mahoney wins him a few kind words, a long distance pat on the back and the knowledee that he has restored a bit of our shattered faith. * * • MOVING FROM THE SENATOR to the u. S. Navy, no mean trick even on a typewriter, I now prepare to hurl my second bouquet. Inasmuch as this may sound like a contradiction of previous preach- ings. I shall just let it go at that rather than wallow in explanation as it's all personal opinion, anyway, so rake it or leave it. Uncle's Navy, It seems, has come out with a semi-comic book which rates a modicum of praise compared with the hell I raised about "Li'l Abner Joins the Navy" and "Judy Joins the Waves." Like the above, this one hai 32 pages and makes me wonder why the Navy has such a penchant for 32-page literature. Could be that someone y o u-know-where can't count any higher. Anyway, these pages contain a' brand of forenslcs at odds with the lurid hire of "LI'l Abner" and "Judy." ENTITLED "STAY IN SCHOOL," this pamphlet tries to keep youths treatment have'been uJed tor'shin- „,,' "' !, he >">">•. Literally bea'u 'em ales with more or less success, h-trh" - ,1 ~ J TT hatch, jorry,—in their eager little Among t!i« more recent methods is the use of X-rays. When herpes faces. Couched In a eager vernacular lo 140 | have doubled. He had no reason to resume expect a bis penalty, so his double located the cards for declarer with- can be n most serious and painful ccncljrion, 9 JACOBY ON BRIDGE ! BT OSWALD JACOBV i \Vrillcn for NEA Service Do Some Thinking F1U Raines has mad a Ne'.v Year's n^v reservation at a Nf.v York hospital for the stork's hncl- inc It's their f-rst for Col anri Mrs Robin Oiris ... No truth t' n / nl • those Peciry Lcp-Dnve B.irlxmr ' "Store Playing reconciliation stories . '. . David N'lven's first novel. "Once Over Lichtly." hits the stands Nov. 12 Irtc.i n.ickflrcs Maybe Hollywood's "live" inv-.- v.on of the hinterlands to h 1 . r,^ "Mnv.ctime IT s A " wasn't surh .1 toorl icira after ail. The meet - thp - people tours dreamed up bv the rshibltor;. h.ive br.-Hicht a fine reaction to the rnnvle contingents in so;r.e CI'IP- and horrible public relations ;;l others. The prllinc of Durnlhy l"t ili~l foreot to duck") I.amour. Director Alfred Ililrlirork anil Drhra IMtrl with lirnrj: at Urnrktoii. M.TJ-V — thr rrmvd objccled (o an hour and n half rtrlay In gcttinc the pru- crain under way and a pica for "lln autncraphs"—n 35 a sour note Uoll.vv.CHid criutil 111 afford. "I Hi.-h \ou would point out thai 'hcres r,t;on nvre one dummy at thf- bridge table." writes a Fvru-hc.= rcr correspondent. "This hand ilhi.vtatcs the point "My p.uturr. West opened the Ci'ie 1 "!! -i: rlv.K-. and dummy pl.iycd low. I c.ire'iiiiy played the de'uce , It seems ciuite possible lhat some of the newer antibiotic relatives of penicillin may turn out to be of real value in treatment—especially can ' ?uarantee(i to be understood even this cate . em l<Kla j, ,. stay |n S{ . hoo i" says just that, with reasons. To lighten the load for the -stu- NORTH (D) « Q 10953 *K » AKQ2 4-A53 23 EAST V73 » 10 974 + QJ106 SOUTH VJ652 4J8 *KD72 V AQ10984 4853 + 84 Neither sirte vul. North East South I A Pass 2 V 3 » Pass 3 V 3 NT. Pass 4 Pass Double Pass Pass Opening lead—4 Q Pass Pass Pass Pass ;rrl -v; reiifw ,v.?cr: Paramount'.* ••[>*- iprtnp Story," produced .ir.,1 ri:- re.-icri bv William Wyler. n si:.•:< .Trii;!: rrlhi.'mrt and three ir.tM-, srcat iicrforimnors by Kir'K !>'•;:las. Ficanor Parker and Lee- Grr.;' in the featured role of a shop- litter. Te!ev IS-.,TIV S siicenrush heroes ran '-tart hlushlne ovpr MOM s 'C.i'.li- wa.r Wen! Thataway." a ,«atir« on video rowbov hernes. Howard Kr^I pah's a cowboy who's taken richt otf the ranee to become a! hero. ps f . a shifr My p.'vrt- tiie dc:;re o' clubs. t:-' n niinirv.v. s-rokrd his t-ir. thro-.ii;!; all the pan- tnir.kins. And then he ^ of rluix 1 : r.nw ton.% the ace of .and ruftrd a rlub. He next • -M:I a =pade. I shot back a to riimimy's kinr. and he let ! ti ,i:l:ilirr spafir [ rr'.i:rticd i '-;< n; riia;nont:s to ciumniy's .inri riivl.ircr niffrd a fp.icle J .••alti ca.-hfd tiir are o! trumps \1 a srcor.d diaryionri to dum- out civ::iz East much of a to fain In the srvop.ri pHce. Eist had r;O reason to ri^nend on-hi^ partner to lead a red card a: the second tr;. :-:. East should ha\,^ plnyccl his kin.: of ci'ih- at she firs: trick. Then he could return a trump .all by himself i- a moral, here it is: •ur pat;{ tn no what early in the course of the i eiv disease, Onp other interesting point about -dent who dislikes reading, the message is liberally laced with cartoon illustrations lhat are actually humorous and help nail down the point. Which is stay in school until properly pardoned" via diploma. ... . : - '- i THEN' join the Navv. sh,, des is worth noticing and that j j do not begnld e , he lmj i,<- connection with chlckenpox, costs of "Stay In School" for ich is aim a oisease caused by a it makes a good point, at i good JIMS, sirnll epidemics of herpes [ time and I am happy to see that = S -frw.'-?'^ al lhe Jame time i'he Navy has decided'it has enough Si-r: HOC FOR SATS on Pace 12 "U'l Abners." Video Actress Answer to Previous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1,6 Depicted (eicvision actrr-s . 12 Pravcr 14 Scottish airl !5 PoAcrful 13 Shnnlcr m.arhle 1!1 Choral composition 21 Kxrlarriation Of 7 Direclion 8 One key only (ab.) n East (Fr.) 10 Narrow inlel 11 Stitch 13 Negative prefix 17Slrcct (ab.) 19 She is one of Ihe of video r 20 Her legs \vcre E M O N AM1W CAIrlEDRAl with nr U y-n N'ever A \ou can do 15 Years Ago In Biytfjevii/e— Mrs Ralph Oi'.rv' nnri d.nua- ter. El.lini- Eivrhe. will leave Thirs- flav after spr-iidlni: sp\ernl weeks with Mrs Oriley'f pnrei-ts. Mr. .and Mr = . Vircil Oid-rc They 'Mil co to PifOv.irch. Pa. fir t'w Pitt- Notre Damr T^rhall came, 'wlirir- nr, Ootrv .,,ill mrrt Them and acconipar.v them to their ivan-.r. in _ _ Rrr.ova. Pi. '-".'"'' n ' '' . L0 '"'"/ , fc0n , -'i^ne.j Jin^rif. B a y d Jr. fOi'tllFrl,- of c,v..iirr c.v,ild oi«ard h's last ri ; a- here at-.d nr.-v 01 CArmi. Ill, is ni-.M .mo .eaa the second spartc i havin; a f cr;c. of cannons pub!,sh- tn;ou;h me for a trump^ss trump f d in the Carnr. Democrat Tribune, : " ;r '" st ' | which portrays Icacin'.i events in "All or this eoulrt h.ive been pre- white roiinty. where Carn>i Is locat- \'-n:ed if my miserable partner hart. ed. on'.y [crl a trump or a diamond at Mrs. Frrrl [.. Grabs!, of Jaritson, the .-rr,\r.ri tuck, Drimmy would be Mich , is thr curst of her i\irent5 slioit one entry for all the hocus MJ. and ^Jrs. R. C. Sevter. dummy had two Ir.-in through me. , ^ir.". S.-uth rnuld ' •rurnris and take ^p d:a;no:i,1. If 1 injured in a ^Mnb, fXY — jSRansc 21 Intellect 2(Cc,Hcc,an 22Aerifv (rom.x .orm) 2t Ridic ;, le •to i our.g salmon 25 Laid away 31 Thailand 32 Dreadful 33 Gr.iftcrl (her.) 3 i Hessian river 33 V.'cicht of Indi.i 36 Dimir.uJive of 26 Church part 44 Unit of weigh! 28 Heavy blow 45 Bitter vetch 38 Dry 47 Assam 39 Row silku-orm 40 Medical suffix '18 Deed 41 Japanese 49 Legal point outcast si Three-toed 42 Title sloth 43 Fourth 53 Measure of Arabian caliph type . 37 Bounding 43 ConrlCfS of inf.ainalion 4fi Lariat •17.Auricle SfCi'.y in Ohio S2 Mulct 54 Tnternsl 55 Exudes VERTICAL 1 Drunkard ZFcotixl vsse 3 Porch 4 While 5 Diminutive of Eleanor 6 Pretext ' • L it a M ii L , f ^ *' 54 ^ " ''%i M b i <• « C! W " f si ^ ^^ "• -^ 8 m if w w i4 * * W "I ^ 51 1 10 is 1 U t"" «8 <» U

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