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PAGE FOUR BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1951 THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO. H. W. HAINES. Publisher HARRY A HAINES, Editor, Assistant Publisher PAUL D. HUMAN. Advertising Manager Sole National Advertising Representatives: Wallace Witmer Co., New York. Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Memphis. __ ' iritered as second class matter at the post- office at Blythevtlle. Arkansas, under act ol Congress. October 9, 1917. _______ Member of The Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By carrier in the city of Blyheville or any suburban town where carrier service is maintained, 25c per week. By mail withm a radius of 50 miles, $6.50 per vear'$350 lor six months, $2.00 for three monthts: by mail outside 50 mile zone. $13.50 per year payable in advance. MEDITATIONS A prayer of Habakkuk the prophet upon Shl- gionoth.—Kabakkuk S:l. * * * It lightens the stroke to draw near to Him •who handles the rod—Washington Irving. BARBS Birthday and anniversary gifts promote domestic peace, says a judge. If you're interested in. the future, men don't forget the present. * * * Silence may.be golden in some cases, but it's guilt in lots of others. * * * A boiler blow up in a Pennsylvania town saloon and we image the drink were on the house. * * * Regardless of how soon the real cold days come, the heat still will be on for the buying of government bonds. * * * How often taking a girl in his arms leads to a lellow having her on his hands. On the Waterfront The whole country has a stake in the cleaning up of the dotkworkers' union, the International Longshoremen's Association, in New York City. For this has long represented a strong beachhead of the criminal element in the nation's labor movement. . The New York-New Jersey waterfront commission created by two state legislatures in 1953 constituted the first major effort to combat the evil. The law setting up the commission required that nil dockworkers and ship company representatives register with the agency to get work. It has the power to deny licenses to criminals, deary it has wide control-over hiring, previously a monoply of the union itself. Up to now the commission has failed to smash the ILA'p hold on the rank and file of dockworkers. But a couple of months ago, with the backing of Governors .Meynerand Harriman, the comission successfully rode out an ILA strike aimed at its operations. The ILA has felt the pinch enough to keep up a steady hammering at the commission, accusing it of arbitary and harsh administration. With this combat still in progress, Harriman demanded resignation of New York's commission representative, Lt. Gen. George Hays. He said he wanted a "commissioner of my own choosing" and a lawyer rather than a "military man." Harriman is said to have fell, (he commission was adopting a "military approach to waterfront affairs that was actually hindering a cleanup, lie desired a sol'ler policy to convince the union rank and file it should throw out its corrupt leadership. Carmine DeSapio, Tammany leader who is friendly with some ILA leaders, is said to support this position. But Harriman's attitude has met opposition from both commissioners. And now that he has replaced Hays, governor Meyner has made it plain he does not share Harriman's liking for the soft approach. Indeed. Mcyner has openly criticied Hays' ouster as possibly damaging to the commission's prestige at this critical stage in its fight. He does not want to see anything happen that smacks of appeasement of the ILA's criminal element. Since Meyncr himself is a Democrat,, these criticisms cannot be so easily dismissed as Harriman sought lo dismiss Republican complaints. The facts seems to be that Harriman acted in disregard of the effect his move would have on the commission's delicately balanced prestige. But in the end he may not succeed anyway in winning the commission over to a softer approach. Before Hays resigned formally, h« and his New Jersey counterpart named two key staff officers wedded to a ster- most unlikely. Most observers view Harriman's act- ner aproach. Their replacement by otheri satisfactory to Harriman now appear! ion as untimely if not unwise, and doubt that it has enhanced his own stature as a firm-dealing executive. VIEWS OF OTHERS Action, Congress. . . Uh, Camera! Hollywood has been in Washington. D. C.. this week and as far as We know the republic hasn't suffered—yet. However, at this Writing they were still shooting some scenes for a new movie there. and we may at any time hear an investigative committee's hurried call to see what's up. Theey're making iho movie version of a profitable Broadway play, "The Solid Gold Cadillac." Not having read the play, we're uncertain as to the significance of the bit shot In the House of Representatives Tuesday. It showed a bunch of extras and one intruding congressman sitting about the House—the extras, maybe goverment workers in need of the extra cash and able to get off, playing $19.43 roles for the day—and in the gallery. Spectator Judy Holliday got up as an actor- congressman asked. "Are there any questions." and said: "Yes, I have a question." She was escorted out. Guess well just, have to wait to find out what the question was. Perhaps something typical of the House debate in lax moments, such as: "Would the member explain to this august body the significance of the migration of the pink—stirrupi'd pome-granate weevil from the environs of Pawtucket, Phode Island, to Martinez. California, with stops en route at Waukengan, Keokuk and 6gd- een?"—Birmingham News. It Could Happen One of Russia's top men. which one doesn't particularly matter, said something the other day to the effect that the West, was going to have to wait until the crayfish whistled before the Kremlin changed its theme of world domination. He meant, of. course, that it would never happen. But it might—a crayfish puckering up and letting fly on a tune, that is. We never heard a crayfish whistle, true, and never really expect to. The National Georgraphic Society has, however, heard fi.sh that crackle and others that "wheeze, honk, bark, groan or snore." The sounds of moans, whistles, bleats and bu/.- zes have been picked up through hydrophones lowered in the not. so silent depths of the sea. the Society says, and many specific fish noises have been identified. "Schools of snapping shrimp, by clicking their claws together, sound like fat frying, twigs burn- ning, or In large numbers like a loud buzzing snore," it relates. "A deep booming may 1* the call of groupers. A drumfish's drulilmnig is more rapid, earning the nickname of 'thunder pumper' for the fresh water drum. "Toadfish growl a low but loud note much resembling a subdued steamboat whistle. Various trigger fishes hiss, rasp, grate or almost bark. The grunts, to produce their distinctive sound, gnash their teeth together." Well, who knows? Maybe someone who has had a crayfish since it was just a little tad will train It, to whistle "Yankee Doodle" while waving a flap In each claw. Then we can go lo the Russians and begin a new era just by telling them: "You remember you said ... "—Jackson , MiM.l State Times. Pass The Rice SO THEY SAY —1 Wander Here Alone, and for Me There Is No Rest! A dispatch from Washington says Louisiana residents are the rice-grower's deliphl. Th«y consume 100 pounds of rice per capita annally com- pitred to tlie national average of six pounds. From tlio.se figures a stati.sliciim of Louisiana bias could conclude that the average Louisianian lives 16.68 times hotter than the average Amort- can.—New Orleans States. Erskine Johnson IN HOLLYWOOD By liKSKlXK JOHNSON HOLLYWOOD — uNEAl— Davy Crockett couldn't take it. Davy Crocket!. Los Angeles industrial plant, foreman, that is. When Davy connected on TV ami in movies, David disconnected. [ The riot started when kids discovered David Crockett's name and telephone number in the Los she says, "8 man ill Sim Francisco called and started talking about a movie plot. It took me almost five minutes to make him realize he had the wrong Elizabeth Taylor." The editors of Who's Who mailed a film slur biography form to Ed- niond O'Brien, a Los Angeles deputy sherllf. An amused O'Brien filled out the form, telling about Angeles phone book. I some of the arrests he's made, "It was pwful," Mrs. David and . mailed ii back lo the editors. Crockett told, me. "The telephone "Never heanl from them again," never stopped ringing. Not justi says O'Brien. kids, either. Adults were callmsj Salesman Jimmy Stewart got his from bars to sing that Crockett! si. are of telephone calls, too. When song. We had to have our phone! tall and slim Jimmy hands his disconnected. Now we have an un-' business card to reception desk listed number for the use of our friends." There are others in the Los An •iris most of them, he says, react i' - same way. They say :"Oh, ( you do look 'a little like him." jeles-Hollywood area phone books j Jimmy's stock quip is: who fight the battle of explaining j .. rm lne one w j in the money." "I'm not (he star" to out-of-town j Everybody calls window cleaner fans and local pranksters. It's fun j Jack \vebb" "Friday" since Drug- tor those with a sense of humor • nei became a hit.' Jack says he and irritating to others. ' <, ets calls every niglii from kids ^Jack Webb?" i the Dragnet musical theme. A recent caller, says Jack Webb, was a girl r.bout 10. She sighed over the phone. "Oh. my darling, my love" and then hung up. Shipyard worker Roy Rogers is .. Is ' "They o p r o b a b I > ' j Rov .., \\ii\\ voices say me;'. is Trigger. How are you. Peter Edson's Washington Column — White House Rather Dull Place When President Is Not Around Government business is expected the to pick up around the White- House place with the bo?s away. j deputy assistant to the President There have boon few callers'I in charge of congressional liaison, hats on the bin round Philippine! was last man to yet sway on vaca- mnhogflny table in the west wingj tmn. He hn.sn't had all of it. Just for emergencies. On Thursday and Friday morn- incs reporters come around for National Security Council and Cabinet, meeting:; presided Vice President N'ixon. ripe Kilter Van Johnson is listed! w j lo AS ^. as "Van J. Johnson." The phone: Then tiie ' y company suggested the middle 1 initial to discourage calls. '-But I' still get 'em," he winced, "at all; hours of the day. and night." ! Jerry Lewis, who drives a Los Angeles school bus. keeps his last' name a secret from his youns*; passengers. drive me crazy if they knew it,' he lau-zhs. "But all I tell 'em is! that my name is Jerry. But his number in the telephone; book inspires a dozen calls a; month from gagster.s who insist; ihey are Dean Mavun. Grace Kelly, a widow and for-: I mcr nurse, has been "boiherd tt t death" since Philadelphia's Grace i Kellv hii the movie jackpot. "Ic'sj terrible." savs Widow Kelly. "I getj I'm sorry I couldn t find p Mar- cans in the' middle of the night.'»!>•" Monroe in any Los Angeles or and once there was a call all the ] Hollywood, telephone book. Or may- wav from New York." | be there was one airf. now she s Food market checker Elizabeth! off somewhere writing a best seller Taylor's Hollywood address con-i after getting an unlisted number, virices many people that she's the But other members of the "I'm "Maybe.' says Roy, "I'll get me 1 an unlisted number," Loret'a Young, a Lo.s Angeles ,J housewife, has had some calls i from people who don't believe her ! when she says she isn't the star. : "They want to come out to the : house and have me prove it to i them in person." movie star. "Two months ago." not the star 1 set include Tony Martin, Esther Williams, Dick | Powell, Bette Davis. Bob Crosby. I Eddie Fisher and Jeff Chandler. They'll thank you for NOT calling. RONNIE BURNS, son of George I Burns and Gracie Allen, about South wasn't interested solely in' Paying: a role on (heir TV show * safety plav that would' protect [this season: "Now I'm not jiu-t one over by him only asfl ' inst a sinsleton queen! of the family. I m one of THEM. Bui their .secrecy hardly makes t .worth while. Murray Synder. assistant press The "safety" i many books is diamonds first and then finesse the jack. That would lose the slam in this case. in the West hand. West had al-j ready made a short looking spade! load and had disclosed n singleton 1 in hearts, so was most unlikely to; exccutve office reception room, after a week-end start, he was Mumy synaer ass.staiu pie,, m hearus. so was most unlikely lo; I Til hand, ncliKli," the guards, called.out to Denver <o go to work i secretary, has held down the Wash- m , ve a sin!;leton dia , nond . South hivebeen rein vert The usual flea- on tl'e Presidents Stale of th.i inclon news Irom. \Vitn the Presi- instea(i fmcssed the )ack ot ma -; o^SettiVity ha, been mlss - Union message for next J muary. ! ™ J™^ ^"m^me i Z^.M! nselttotect^ ing. The usual White House mail load; u .,. iters ' | a""in"t'inv singleton at all in the Daniel Boone Is Wanted RADFORD. Va. '.f — There Is a warrant out for Daniel Boone's ar- No Flying Saucers? Win would think the Air Force could be so cruel? Alter an at-ycar Intensive study of flying saucers, it declares there is no such thins. It is almost ns if tin- Air Force had found out there is no Santa Glaus or Mother Goose. Much as this must come as u shock to the American people, \ve should al try to hear it with dry eye and stiff up• per lip. It is the penalty, we suppose, of growing up. The sinne paternal protecting force alert.", us to expect new planes fioon that can hariy be told from flying 'saucers in both appearance and performance. But it is vastly reassurliiB to know that they will he mailed by reti-bloded American boys rather than .strange little men from Mars,— Dallas Morning News. W «»-^^^-^ K^-^-^^" Ilfc painless. He would hold st.itf con- The White House press room is Terences and sit in on the cabinet deserted most ot the time the meeting here. Then he i back to Denver to collect another batch of problems. of wire service. " ' much picture men nre on Denver have just mide them quieter thnn usual this year. The White House staff is lookinn lor E) pick-up any r'av now. It meeting here Then lie would flv President is away, even if the staff | isn't fust tint Ike will be back meeting nen. sUly s here. Only a corporal's auarrtl east. The. politicians and pressure broadcasting and 1 hoys will soon be flocking back to He is expccled to follow much picture men are on a do£t watch, town. . Q—The bidding,h; South West North 1 Heart Pass 2 Hearts East Pass the Doctor Says — By EDWIN V. JOKDAN. M.D. Written for NBA Service to answer is a is so-called "nerve strain". The received by this tvequency of the disease is hishest writer on what the chances'are ofi among persons who are under „ child with one or more parent tension in the,,' work, but pe,h.,ps with diabetes developing the same Most difficult question often • JACOBY ON BRIDGE Slam Hinges on Early Finesse Bv OSWALD JACOBY Written for XEA Service You, South, hold: AK.I3 VJ7653 »AQ +A K i What do you do? A—Bid three no-trump. As In yesterday's hand, this jump shows a hand that was too itronj for an opening bid of one no- trump. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You. South, hold: *.1 YAQJ53 +AJ4 +K Q 8 I What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Standing Debt HOUSTON. Tex. OH — A woman who had to stand up, wouldn't pay her city bus fare. "When I sit. I pay. When I stand, I don't." she said. She didn't, either. in the development of diabetes is overshadowed by thei when North raised to three disease AS one ^"^[^'""j^yi^ [ ;1C _ that most such people tend to; hearts in today'- hanu. South knew for mam''years. We'have a" two; overweight and come irom seden- that he wan ' to be in a slam year old son who seems perfectly| tary walks of life normal Will he have diabetes. Certainly, n i .,, ' parents or close ._.. .. thor diabi'ti-s diabetes should be watched partic-j Somh ricritiecl to use lhc Black- SENATOR Humphrey says he would call it a signal honor to be nominated for Vice President. Signal is right. It sure would be the signat for the South to go Republican.— Kmgsport (Tenn.) Times. who relatives hat contract. The only question was \vheiher to bid a small or a grand with slam. Man Started From Scratch Both sides (East-West i are drawing back from a war which would end In neither victory nor defeat, but in destruction of the world. —Historian Arnold J. Toynbee. ' * X f There is no comfort in assuming that qualitatively If not numerically we (U.S.) can assume continued superiorly. The Russians have a long tradition of excellent work In the baste sciences. * * ¥ I think history will probably say that in these 10 years lot U.N. existence! mankind has stood closer to the brink of annihilation—ad also moved further In the direction of pence—thnn In any decade in civilisation's story.—Adlal Stevenson. * -r- * The ntory of the Stock Exchange is the story of a free market, place and America's great companies. —Keith Punston, Exchange president. * f •> The Constitution (of the United Stalesi exists for th» Individual n» well as the nation.—Chief Justice Karl Warren says U.S. citizens' ancient liberties must be «ie«u»rded. who develop diabetes can dig up a family history of the disease. Our present knowledge of the wav In -which diabetes Is carried siiBiresIs that on the nvevaqe only about one child In four would have diabetes if one parent has the. SAN DIEGO. Calif. '.P— Police disease and the other is not carry-, chief Elmer Jansen never made so Inn nny tendency in that direction. mon y gestures during a speech If both parents have diabetes,; i, e r ore . one might expect all the children! He wns standing under a hot sun to have It also, though it does not bofore a microphone at the police always turn out this way. i ,-ange speaking prior lo Issuing There are other things besides; certificates to 51 police recruits heredity which enter Into the do- • who had finished their training. velnnmeut of diabetes. The eondi-! He began swatting at his legs (ion comes from a disorder of with his speech script. Then he certiin cells in a small gland hatted his arms. Then his neck. Ivintr Inside the abdomen known as His shoulder started Itching. the pancreas. This In turn is Finally he finished his talk and affected by other Internal glands sal down. such as the pituitary, . the adrenals, Then he discovered he had been and the thyroid. Partic.nlavly Impovtant from the practical standpoint, is the knowledge that overweight greatly Increases the chances of developing' diabetes. Tn one series of diabetic patients, more than three quarters were definitely overweight and only elghl In one hundred wore below normal weight. Just exactly why this occurs is still obscure, but possibly a person Hint Is already susceptible lo diabetes cannot stand Ihe extra strain of fat and Ihe p a n e r e n I I c cells responsible for Ihe disease break down more easily under such circumstances. Another factor which has to do with the development of diabetes standing on top of a godd sized LITTLf LIZ You con cure a person of snoring by qdvke, kindness, cooperation and stuffing on old shirt in his month. »*»» WEST AB74 ¥3 • Q 10842 + Q952 * 10 6-1 EAST AQJ9532 South 1 V 4N.T 5 NT Pass « 7 *K87J SOUTH (D) * AK6 VQJ1096 • AJ5 + AJ North-South vul. Wcsl North E»st pass pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Opvning lead—»« three of the missing kings, South would bid six no-trump or seven heni'ts. dupenriing on how confident he felt nt the last moment. As it hnppened. North showed the one nee with the first Blackwood response of five diamonds, hut he showed only two Icings at his next response of six hearts. South therefore decided to let well enouph alone. A club or diamond opening lend would hnve given South, his slam nutomntlrnlly. but West .was shrewd enough or lucky enough to hit upon the spade opening. Now Ihe slnm depended mostly on how South handled the diamonds. Doclnrev won the opening spade lend with the ace of spades, drew two rounds of trumps, nntl then decided to make a diamond play. 34th U.S. President Answer to Previous Puzils ACROSS 1 Presidential nickname 434th U.S. President, Dwight • Eisenhower 9 His"mother's first name 12 Low haunt 13 Papal cape 14 Crimson 15 He the Normandy invasion June 6, J944 16 Feminine appellation n Individual 18 Son of Seth (Bib.) 21 Social inserts been brilliant 24 Comparative suffix 25 Send in payment 28 He had six • 33 Preposition 34 Ache 35 Compass point 36 Interest (ab.) 37 Disembark 38 Great Lake 39 Enduring 41 Goads 42 Near 43 Hawaiian food 44 He has a near Gettysburg 41 Mountain pass 49 Deer track 53 Malt drink 54 Minute skin openings 56 Auricle 57 ObMrv* 58 He defeated Stevenson for the presidency 59 Peer Gynt's mother 60 Scatter, as hay 61 English cily 62 Pigpen DOWN 21 Craft 1 Indolent 23 Pronoun. 2 Sharp . 24 Eternity 3 Within (comb. 25 Train track form) 4 Put on 5 Ranges 6 Valley 7 Ailments 8 Algerian governor 9 Press 26 Volcano 27 Witticisms 28 Slam 29 Disencumber 30 Demigod 40 Scottish cap 41 Italian river 43 Entreat 44 Rapid 45 Toward the sheltered side 46 Bamboolike grass I 47 Signal system* 31 Geraint's wife 48 Shield bearing 1 Fruit drinks 32 Shcepfolds 34 Cooking utensil 37 Ignited 38 Goddess 50 Meadows 51 Hops' kiln ! 52 Playing card 54 Chum 55 Sibling of bud) \t & t) di> tt it i) H W 57 H) I '&> $ 5 tl JJk IV d m in 1^ 1 |i Ik Z0A r\ i.i '% 11 m % i« j 5 ID W, n m t/ t m /*> m w 7 m a m ii 0 ^, W m 11 m ii l\ m. &. to i n 1 30 fc !i» ii iH) W K) 31 SI II n \i n

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