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PAGE FOUR BLYTUKVIU.K (ARK,) COUKIBil NKWS SATURDAY, JUNK S, 1948 THE BLYTHEV1LLE COURIER NEWS TUX COURIER NEWS CO. H. W HA1NES, PubUstoer JAUEB L. VERHOEFF, Editor PAUL D. HUUAN, Adrtrtiin* kUna«« ' Bait Kttk>o*l AdwrtUing Represent»li?e»: Wolltet^Witmer Co. New York, Chicago, Oetrolt, AUuU, PubUihed Every Alteruoon except 8und»y Altered as second class matter »t the poit- •ffic* at Blythevllit, Arkansas, under act oJ Con- October », 1917. Served by the United Preu SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Bf carrier In the city ol Blythevllle or any •uburbau town where carrier service i> maintained, SOo per week, or 85c per month By mall, within a radius ol 50 mites. »4.00 per war »200 (or si* months, »1.00 fir three month*; kf mall outside 60 mile tone, 110.00 per Temr payable in advance, Meditation And there shall be no nlsht there; and they a*ed no candle, neither llfht of (lit sun; for the lord Cod glvefh them light; >»rt Ihey »h>ll r*trn for ever «nrl ever.—Revelation Zl ;5. • • • Tlie tfme will come when every change shall cease, This ri'ick revolving wheel shall rest in peace: No summer then shall glow, nor winter freeze; Nothing shall be to come, and nothing past. But an eternal now shall ever last. —Pclrnrch. the Solid South, So from this example it would seem that the trend of Republican thought on the subject of communism is more concerned with guarding individual freedom and less influenced by fear and venKefulness than the thinking of some Republicans in Congress. Recently a Republican congressman teed off on the head of the Office of Industry Co-operation because his daughter works for Tass, tlie Soviet news agency. This official, John 0. Vmlen, is a successful businessman. The Secretary of Commence says be is a valuable public servant and a loyal American. Mr. Virden has broken completely with his daughter on the mutter of communism. Yet this congressman holds that the daughter's political belief disqualifies the father. Not long ago another Republican congressman wanted a State Department official (Republican) fired because his second cousin was suspected of beinif a Communist. We don't think that such actions are in key with the thinking of 7tiost Americans—including Republican!) —today. Think You Can Make It' Chum? Barbs Some our our college grads doubtless will need a good belt before they'll knckle down. The majority of (oiks i< they should avoid. to a lot oT trouble A plane load of virgin Islands housemaids rc- cenlly came to America *.o work in this country. But how long will they slay—In any one home? • • * There are people who won't be salistled until we can save enough daylight to hist all night. • t • An agency says married men make Hie best collectors, perhaps because Ihcy know All the answers. VIEWS OF OTHERS Those Boat-Rockers Dewey-Stassen Debate Points Moral for Politicians Most post-mortem discussions of the Republican primary in Oregon have naturally dealt with the rise in Governor Dewey's political stock. His victory cooled down Mr. Stas'icu, who had been red hot in previous tests. As u result, quite • number of Republicans could be observed changing bandwagons in mid- •tream. But what made Mr. Dowcy win, anyway? Was it the New Look that several observers commented on—a genial, folksy manner in contrast to the formality and comparative aloofness of the 1944 GOP presidential candidate? Was it the fact that he took the time, »s he did not do in Wisconsin, to challenge Mr. Stassen mile for mile and speech for •peech? Or was it his performance in the debate with Mr. Stassen on outlawing communism? . Maybe all these factors figured in the results. But certainly the outcome cannot be divorced from the Dewey- Stassen debate. And perhaps the relationship has a significance that some Republican politiotns, particularly some members of Congress, could ponder with profit. The debaters were in general agreement on the nature and danger of communism, as they on most fundamental issues. They differed in the method of coping with the danger. Governor Dewcy held that -siting laws were all that were necessary and that the Communist influence h. his state—where about a (ftiarler -if the p-.ity members •live—was never lower than now. Mr. Stassen contended that the party was not a party, but a clique of foreign • agents. He said it could and should be outlawed by enactment oi the Mundt- Ni.xon.Bill. Mr. Dewoy insisted, however, that this was not the law's intent. But tlie crux of the argument seems • to have been that Mv. Stassen holds that outlawing communism is constjtu- tional as well as necessary, while Mr. •Dewey disagrees. "1 have "no objection to the strengthening of (existing) law," he said. "But let us remember for all time to come in these United Status, we should prosecute men for the crimes they commit but never for the ideas that they have." If this intelligent, high-minded, con- •tractive debate, which climaxed the presidential aspirants' Oregon campaign, was a major influence in the election result, then the majority of Oregon Republicans must -,gree with Governor Dewey. And of the two viewpoints they *«em to have picked the more liberal- is the classic defmition of that much- abused word. There is nothing about Oregon Republican, to ««t them .part from Re- Pubhc*n voten in other states outside There are certain exlrcmtslt In the Zionist movement, both In the United Stales, and In Palestine, who are doing- their'cause no good.. H the sensible Zionist* uo not find a way tfl deal with these Irresponsible holhrads, much sympathy and good will for thq new State of Israel may be forfeited. We refer, for example, to the activities of I In American Zionist Emergency Council in New York. Its latest blunder Is, In tflect. lo urge * break between the United States and Britain. In newspaper advertisements, the Council y.'unla the United States lo -;ut off loans and recovery aid to Britain because, the Council says, Hie Brilish are supporting Arab aggression. H Is true, as the Post-Dispatch pointed out last Sunday, the British arc playing a peculiar iam« in Palestine. They have tailed to recoinlce Israel and they have refused to call off Abdullah and his Arab Legion. Abdullah, King of, owes his thron* to Britain and Britain supports: his army. Moreover, Trans-Jordan was cut away from Palestine by questionable diplomatic means. But sli-oiiBly as Oreal Britain may pe crlll- ci7,cd, it is preposterous lor the extreme Zionists to propose that Britain be cut out at th« Marshall plan and, the whole European recovery program. To dp so would wreck the recovery proRram and to defeat the most constructive measure of American (orciKii policy. Our relations with Britain, m a hundred ways, are important to the United stales,'and to say that they should be disrupted over Zionism is to contend that the tall should was Hie dog. Moreover, thare are stiong indications llial Brlllsh policy toward Palestine is undergoing « change. Talks ar« proceeding between British and American authorities looking toward a common policy in ilia Middle But and there art strong indications that powerful forces In London are opposed to the present Whitehall policy of conciliating the Ara;bs. Tne whole situation i.s in a state of flux and it does the rabid Zionists In this country no good to lose their heads. There arc rabid Zionists in Palestine, loo. We refer lo the Stern gang of terrorists, This gang Is numerically small, nut Us fanaticism lias hurt > Ihe Zionist cause. It Is supposed to be responsible for the ruthless bombing of the King Davlrt Hotel in AURusl 1940. In which more than a hundred Innocent people were killed, and other outrages. U is the Stern sang, luo. which nrouscs opposition lo Zionism by flirting with the Soviet Union. The Zionist movcnvm, on the whole, is strongly anil-Red and Ihls is true ol Hawaiian and Ihe J(^ ah Apcncy, which Is responsible for the creation of the new government. Yet we find ttie Stern gang broadcasting criticism of Ihe united Stales and warmly praising Russia's attitude. In one passage is an appeal lo Moscow, iiamn- ly. "We hope that our biothers. all the citizens of Russr.i. will came to our rescue." That this is dynamite is [ully recuynued by all sensible Zionist lease's both here and abroad. nnd they have taken pains to disavow the Stern Bang and to demonstrate the strong aiiti-Itcd feelings of Ihe Palest -ie Government. A further Young Hero Picks Bob Feller Over Miss Margaret Truman THE DOCTOR SAYS •» «*-ta P. Jarda*. • *. WrttU, ««» NIA tor**, Simple goiter Is— or at least was— more common In the Great Lakes region than in most other parts of this continent. This area is sometimes called the goiter belt. The reason for this greater frequency of goiter IR almost certainly the small amounts of iodine In the food and water of people • By Haraian W. Nichols (United Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, June 5.—(UP) — Margaret Truman can take her higli C and park it In the back teat, please! Joe Fisher has a new hero "Maggie's okay, but. i like Bob Feller belter. Who wouldn't?" Those are Joe's quotes, not mine. Joe Is 12-year-old red-haired cub- that out in Michigan showed living In these regions. Many years ago studies carried j school children in counties where i the Iodine was partlcally absent from the water had a high proportion of thyroid enlargements In Hougnton county, where iodine was almost entirely absent from the water, about 65 per cent had simple goiter; in McComb county, where the iodine content of the water was the highest of the four counties studied, only about 26 per cent of the school children had simple thyroid enlargements. After this wai discovered, it was decided lo urge Hie use of salt to which iodine had been added ill those counties where the iodine content was low. The result was an enormous drop in the frequency of goiter among the children. Adding Iodine is Safe Some people thought that adding iodine to the sail might be dangerous, but careful studies have shown no harmful tor A. lad ™ Tariff Question Again Looms as Major factor In U.S. Politics and March Toward Normalcy By Peler Kclion the Tariff Commission. That hap- gardless of what the President .NKA Wuslilnglnn Correspondent, penis to be the Hon. Oscar B. might think about It. The Tariff WASHINGTON —(NEAl— The Ryder of Virginia. Now 83, lie has Commission was set up in 1918 as good old tariff question, which i b « n connected with the Tariff i an Impartial tact-tlnding agency, hasn't been heard of since the dnyfi Commission since loio—as econo- : with all policy deUrrnhiatlons left 01 Harding and Hoover, has again misl imtl1 ls33 ' tlien as " member ; to Ihe President and Congresi. 'and chairman of the non-partisan chairman Ryder says he doubts effects. For example, one survey of ever 50.000 children four years after beginning the use of iodized salt showed not a single child to have developed the slightest ill effect Iodine can be added to refinec salt or can be supplied by natura' unrefined salt. The prejudice i "medicated" salt Is not Justified. Perhaps by from Washington. The fact that Bullet Bob of the Cleveland Indian* dlans can pitch better that he can 1 sing may have something to d« with his preference. Not long ago. Miss Truman smiled her cutest and pinned a gold medal on the brown s]x>ris jacket of our Joe. It was a special award Joe's hobby—saving lives. He had risked his hide by running out and dragging another kid from under Ihe wheels of a car. later, he took another careless little one by the scruff of the neck and saved him, too. Same way. Yesterday Feller handed fat little Joe another medal, also gold. Bob blabbed a little as he presented the boy with a formed certificate and a S100 savings bond. This one was called the Popsicle Youth Award. The story behind the story hasn't been told—up to this moment. The "side" people may not like It. Anyway: Bob Feller, who now makes 10 or '00 times more than most of us. staiied his career as a pitcher by practicing behind a. barn on hla father's farm in Van Meter, la. You all know that. So he likes the under guy—particularly kids. Got a couple of toddlers of his own,both American Leaguer.s to be, he says. Bob got lo looking at the juvenile delinquency records and started to shudder. So he took the next plane to New York and marched right into the front Popsicle office. k the word "iodi/ed" should be eliminated a^nd more emphasis placed on the use whole salt or natural salt. become a political iisue for tills year's campaign. And the- Tariff Commission is news. Nobody has paid much attention lo It for years. It has gone Us dull way. spending around J1.000,- 000 a year to pay some 200 employes housed principally In the old Land Ofllce Building back of the Civil Service Commission, Booth shot Lincoln. House passage of California Congressman Beilrand E aearlmiTs amendments lo the reciprocal trade agreements program has brought the commission into the, limelight. These- dearhart amendments would extend the Trade Agreements Act for one year instead "' three, but with a number of changes which Secretary of State George Marshall says would be worse than having no act al all It now looks as K Ihe Senate would pass the House bill. H It does, the President will have In decide whether to veto It, thereby letting ihe 14-yenr-old trade policy die and blaming the OOP. State Department willingness lo let Cordell Hull's pet program for promoting world trnde expire on June 12 is belief that n'ter election. commission. i the advisability of now trying to It the Cearhart amendments be- convert the commission Into come law, the whole responsibility ' policy-making agency, Ai such [or tariff rate Hmitatlonj in trade would be subject to politics and to aereemenls would be thrown on the- direct pressures from Industrie! Tariff commission. | seeking special protection. In a letler to Congressman i These are some of the things that i_uv,. Hohert u Doughton, Ryder has gj, cr( .ury Marshall it talking about where i ' S|Mlleri °" 1 w ' lBt the Oearhart ; w i, e n he says that the Oearhart amendments wouW do to the Tar- j amen ri m ent« would cripple the iff Commission. In the first, place, of new trade agreements the commission would h*ve to hire w | vh foreign countries! from 50 to 100 per cent more pie.. For the commission would be ! icqulred to make an IngestlgaUon and report to the President on tariff concession^ that might be granted on every arlicle listed in a proposed trade agreement. Some agreements cover 100 or more limea. The commission would al£« 'e required to hold public hearings pn every trade agreement. Some of these Investigations might be made in from four to *iv months, says Need Fi>r ImporU SUnd» Out One of the main point* overlooked in this whole tariff' controversy U the need for building up U. S. Imports. This country can't go on forever giving away Iu exports in the form of relief and re- ! covery programs, Somehow, foreign i countries must find same, way to earn the dollars to pay for the goods thoy buy from this country. The reciprocal trade agreements of If either natural salt or iodized salt la used In areas which are deficient In natural iodine, the prevention of simple goiter will be as nearly complete, as It can be. Note: pr. Jordan is unable to answer Individual questions from readers. However, each day he will answer one of the most frequently asked questions In his column. QUESTION: What are some of the diseases that can cause swell- of the lymph glands? ANSWER; The lymph glands may becom« enlarged in the presence of almost any infection, of which tuberlosis is a good example. They may be enlarged In certain blood diseases or tumors. A relatively rare condition called Hodgklii's disease is also* a cause of lymph gla\\d enlargement. These are only a few of the many possible causes. partment conducted, with 23 nations c °v"j. at Geneva last year, from one to If the Republican action in block- two years would required- If the ins this program is a sample of -cii-in L,,U,L- L-xm.L- u ,, commission were forced lo go m- what to expect, from the new Re- 'inn"rc i h bis'on a >° cost of production studies, the publican administration and Con- apparcmi} oasiu on A i . ... ... nr ,,i,,, mv v, e e ected IS Fear a Age In Blythevillt "Doggone it." he said, "you have been scooping in nickels from these kids for many years. Haven't you?" The "Side" high command |c* red-faced and nodded. "Then," thundered Bullet Bob. "why tlon't you give some of It back to 'em?" Without even much more than » board meeting, the best pitcher In the business had himself tlOO.OOfl to help the kids who never had a chance to get to first base. The grand prizes are college scholarships. It started out on the hero basis, where it still is. Bill in three weeks, it's going lo hit a new lick. Som« lucky kid from a juvenile delin- guency home is going to get « . sugared come-uppance. The award will be passed out to what .is known as Dobbs Ferry. N. Y.. Children's Village. It's a home for maladjusted hildren. . Bob Feller is going to keep .h|« pitcher's mitt off that one. The ooys in the school will pick their ow"n hero, nnd fne Cleveland pitcher himself is guaranteeing that the boy who wins will have a good Job when he quits school. Our. red-haired friend. Joe. hadn't heard about this. He felt the muscles on the pitching arm of Mr. Feller and said it sounded swell. "And don't forget about a Job for me. Bob. I'm a ceriterfielder. Right now battin 1 around -690. time of investigation might ije that will probably be elected this November, It Is something to npu, President nnri a new Congress doubled. Rack in ltK2 the commis- . of the -me noli ic^ rirtv 1 e "- si°" had lo make a cost study on look forward to with considerable of the f .«iiD political ,,.im. me is gi . an)tc _ u tQOk (om ycars an / be _ r en r and trembling. What it augurs came known as "The Tombstone Invesligallon." sue could be considered in a nonpartisan way like any other foreign policy matter. Legislation Would Cripple Commission „.„ _ ^ _ The-mmi whose opinion on the mission split Ihrec to Ihree on hastened the depression and in- Gearhail amendments -should count some question o't tariff concession ternalional economic isolation most, however, is the chairman of could be made on that article, re- i which brought on World vyar U. return to the "normalcy" of ,...,..„. Warren G. Harding, the Smoot- The Tariff Commission consists Hawley Tariff Act of IS20 which of six members—three Republicans \ got retaliation from nearly every and three Democrats. It the com- , important foreign trading country From the files of the Courier of June 5, 1923—"The usual Sunday gambling and drunken brawl is re- orted to have taken place on the late line where a large number of I en congregate each Sunday, wal- owing in bootleg bitters and gam- ling to the hearts content." Thirty six ladies were present at party given by Mrs. A. G. Little t her country home "Fairfields" . estcrday when she entertained with luncheon and bridge. In the aines played, high score was pie- ented to Mrs. Floyd White and econd high to Mrs. May Alclridge. Both ladies received trays. Bert Lynch Jr., student at Wash- ngton University, St. Louis Is visit- ng his parents Mr. and Mrs. B A. Lynch. IN HOLLYWOOD BY ERSKINE JOHNSON NF.A Staff Correspvndcnt HOLLYWOOD INRAl — Every '' ve illivc "•" RRCllt ill Hollywood is jrriilons of a That's .stretching the truth a bit. tcllow n:imr<l Cmi\ Twytford lof For instance, he was once nskcri foil-is job not his name). 20.000 ants to appear in a movie. Curly represents 20J actors who «* s<"6>»' °'» 5; ' cri » il » .'mbarass- mciH for a moment. He didn't have even one ant. arc always in c!c:n;uid. He never has to worry about their salaries. ihcir piicc and that's I But Curly got 'em. He planted 33 Thry have their piice -- , ^ . il A-cn:s rrct 10 prr cent of their mason jars each with a cube t>f riinm.-' iv.niinss. Curly gets the sugar next to some anthills in , Death V»llc>. The nuts came • " MCKENNEY ON BRIDGE By William E. McKcnncy America's L'anl Authority Written for SEA Service Shunning Finesse Is Clue to example of ihe Stern gang Intemperance I: its denunciation of Dr. Chatm Wclzman. the first President o[ Israel, wisdom, patience and courage form an epic story in the creation of the new slate. The presence of laige numbers of Jewish voters in this country, and especially Ihctr concentration in the pivotal state of New York, has led to the charge that American statesmen have shaped Palestine policy to woo these voters. Tlie charge, moreover, has had foundation, But it would be most unfortunate It tlie activities of Zionist extremists should lend lurther color to the charge. It so. It would rir> -.he new State of Urncl harm, and It would Increase anti-Semitism In this country. On a dangerous irip across water, il Is only a fool who will rock Ihe boat. ST. LOUIS PC*T DISPATCH whole wo:'k>. only four clients who talk back to him. They are parrots. Curiv i.s the contact man between the Iilm studios and such actois *s ants, bud.v rabjits. guinea pigs, rats, flops, wolves. Kila monsters For the. first time since 1929. tin summer session of the nationa crawled into (he Jars. He championships tournament of th ii back 20.000 ants, more or American Contract Bridge Leagu to Ihe stumo. U was probamy will be held in Chicago. 111. Th „„. extra call in movie h,,- <><»<>• -"•'>' 3 ' to AU 8- 8. Tne P'*ce lory. Even Cecil B. DeMille blushed >"> lel Stevens, with envy. Uncultured Vulture t the Chicago Athletic club on my ast trip to that city. The opening lead of the king of clubs was won in dummy and declarer took Inventory. He saw that he could aflord to lose on diamond Senators Defer Hearing On Anti-Communist Bill WASHINGTON, June 5. tUP) — The Senate Judiciary Committea yesterday decided it will hold no more hearings on the undt-Nixcm Communist control bill. The committee, however, took o action on the measure. Action was deferred because .opinions on the measure's constitu- tioality have not yet been received from Attorney General Tom C. Clark nnd three top-flight private constitutional lawyers. ^ dummy and take A heart finesu. *^'~ When he gave up a diamond trick he would be ruffed again and the contract defeated. However, South followed the correct technique. He cashed the ace and king of hearts, and the ace and king of diamonds, then he gave. UP a diamond. West won and led the queen of clubs, ruffing declarer down But then all South had lo do was to continue to lead diamonds trick and two heart tricks The and let West make his two trump*, average player might cash the ace i Thus he held his losses to two of hearts and then go back over to I trumps and a diamond. Talent Scout HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured radio personality 14 Color It Achieve* 18 Incursion Curly has filled some oilier tough .'*!.'. Or. if'ihcy want them, orders. He once got a uillure from gnats "ccic, gophers, beaver.-,, le- Mexico to work In a Warner movie, muvs englet. groscbeaks—anything ' Ht- was a good actor. Curly remem- that walks. Ihc.i or crawls. Anything i bers, but his odor was something from antelope to zebras. ; A tomato juice bath helped a little. But everybody, including Curly, was happy when the vulture completed his role. Curly has also delivered an ordt-r William McGhce of Chicago was I 17 Exchange appointed chairman of the tournament. He and Joseph J. Sterie'j. president of the Chicago Contract ion, say advance "And." says Curly, "none ol my aclors '.slink.' Kvcn my skunks are ilrodorlned." Jim tile Riuen is Cuilys Uuorit tu-ior. He picked him up when he for "a cat that looked like Gale was four weeks old and starving on .SondetgHtird" and "a bulldog that ihe ncscr;. lies gieat in from ol a looked liV.e Eddie Collins. He Usis tamevA. Jim has more "one-lake" I trained eagles lo snatch babiej, scenes lo his credit than Margaret ' owls lo dance to music, a snake SO THEY SAY O'Brlrn. How tn Rreak In How docs a guy like Cuily jet In the mnvie business? Simple. Just go bro'rfe fiomR something else. Until 19riO. Curley wa.< a gaiage me- ch. n:i'. Then IK went broke. He liAd sro.i Ajr.mal.s in Ihr mr>- vies .tnd woixUrcd if there wa> any [ monr\ in 11. There that yawned on cue, and a rat that nawed only when he \vas told. Ills supreme effort, which Simula* have uon him an Oscar. »aa a Irlrk he laughl a rabtiH. The rabbit finally learned lo eat a rariol otlt nf ihe moulh nf a lion, his mctrlal curmy. But Cuilys life with movie animals hasn't been onr .success alier Rsibt*r—Bolh <ni ilk WM< N*rlk 1 Pd.v I A PrfM 2 N' T Pas; -! V Opening — J> K Pass Pass Pass I nc record seems iu snow itua free enterprise U Ihe only syslem of government In the world that is not on trial. If it Is on trial, why K America being called upon to save Ihe world from economic chaos? —Walter S. Clifford, pirsiricnt, Amer- ksn Telephone and Telegramh Co. F.liu Miiciias pay lo R mil- another. He once trained a pair cl ' for animal actois. o ., v ] s for six months to work In Ihe Well. Curly taught two canaries to sit on the head of a mongrel dog and sins. Then he made the rounds of the Miid'ru. They all got a pi>. •T gurss." sa'.i'. Curly. ' You'd :nll 11 fr~m n.nn.iry v. rcrchr.s to monk' vs.' Curliy's slogan U>; "If it's alive, had." picture, "Pennies From Heaven." entries already indicate that ever even will break an attendance rec. "The day before the picture : °rd. The Chicago players are pre started." Ciirlv said, "both of them dieting, as I do. that most of th tiicd. I cou!tin : t ficure it out. Maybn I'"" will be won by midwestcrnera it was suicide. M-iybe they read Certainly Ihe midwest players the script ?.nd rtl..fnrrrd lhal Bins "ill more than hold their own. 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