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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 25, 1948
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PACT SIX BLYTHEVTTJ.B fARK.1 COURIER NK\VK FRIDAY, JUKE 25, 1018 XHI BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEW» TUB OOUBIKB MEWS CO. ... M. W MAUUBB, PUMWMT fHiftt L. VSRHOEFP, BdJKr HDL O BUMAN. AdrarticfcV Wttmet Co, K«r Tork, Chle»«o. Detrc*. fmy Afternoon «**pt blend M »ecoTd eU«i m»tt<r »t tot at BlytherUli, AiUn*«, under *ct ot Ooo- October ». Mil. _ v*d bf th* OniUd RATES: • H ttretot to U» dty of BlytnertlJ* or mat •iburtori town where c»rrl«r *rtlc« li maintained. Me per w»ek, of «So p«r month. aTm*!! within a r»<Uu« o* 50 miles, »4.00 per mr BOo'ior uz month*. «l.OO fat thre« month*; b} mull outside 50 mil* son*. * 1000 P« »••'' pBjraMa ta Meditation g. U*n H l» not <* hii» th»t wltl«th, nor <rf )>!• thit ninnrth, but at God lh»t shewelh mercy. i • :!«., T»lw comfort, »nd recollect how little you »nd I any tao»', God knows; He knows Himself and you and me and all things; »nd His mercy Is over »11 His works. Charles Kmgslcy. Barbs TA BARBS A compromise Is when a man agrees to buy hli wife what &h« want* i( she'll shut up about 11. » « » Hcftrdleu of who takei the count, bolh I-oui* and Walcot' will be in on counting the take. * • • Beet are said to sec yellow, red and green at a lingle color. And when they spot us, we just set red. * • • When yon-re wtlllnl to admit It when you'r* an wrong, roar friends will think you're all rirht. * * * The usual number of girls on the beaches ar« letting ton-struck. Israel Offers Route to U.S.-Soviet Understanding » relueUno* to go along with Russia on anything, then it i* a decision that betray* a bad policy. It ii right an newisary that our government b« firm in its dealing with Russia, and that this firmness be backed by strength. But tli« ultimate goal of our firmness and strength is to force the Kremlin into a prudent decision to abandon its plans of world imperialism and to live in peace with non-Communist governmentg. We know thai all the strength is not on our side. And v/e should realize that all concessions cannot come from the otlicr side. Somehow, some day, we must help find a bit of common ground where we may meet the Soviet Union. Palestine seemed to offer that bit of common grouiid. But our government has turned its back on it. Whatever the motives behind this gesture, the risks involved in widening the breach seems greater than the lisks that might have accompanied a stop toward agreement. Too Much for Science Engineers have made $(57,000 worth of improvements on the acoustics of Philadelphia's Convention Hall. Let no one imagine, however, that this will eliminate either echoes or dead spots from the forthcoming political oratory in that auditorium. VIEWS OF OTHERS Why shouldn't there be a Russian or two among the UN truce observers in Palestine? That is probably a naive question, but it is asked sincerely. No doubt there are deep reasons behind the chilly abstentions which greeted Rus- sia't proposal to that effect in the Security Council. But we still think the question is fair and pertinent. And we ask it because the refusal of Russia's request seems to put . the final damper on the one piece of 'I business before the United Nations -• which, once upon, a time, found the : Soviet Union in agreement. " That agreement started evaporating when our government suddenly did a surprising about-face on partition. It disappeared when the Security Council, : led by the United States and Britain, turned down the Soviet bid which, however much one dislikes Russian policy, seemed legitimate and harmless. After all, Russia is a permanent member of the Security Council. There are probably more Jews and Arabs (or at least Mohammedans) within the Soviet borders than there are in the United States and the United Kingdom. Russia is closer to the scene of trouble than any other-of the permanent members. Furthermore, Russia remains committed to partition, which, to Washington's embarrassment, is still the Palestine solution officially voted by the United Nations—including the United States. Was this country frightened by the Russian proposal "> After all, Moscow wasn't asking to send troops into the Holy Land. And it seems rather foolish to suppose that sue needs this excuse to send agents to Palestine. Surely there are Soviet operatives in one of the opposing armies, ut least. And if there aren't it would not be too difficult a trick to get them there. Is there some British or American activity in Palestine that these powers want to keep hidden? If so, it is equally foolish to suppose that the Kremlin , doesn't already know what is going on there. So why this Anglo-American insistence that the United States, which in most recent debate opposed the official _ UN position, should be the only permanent Security Council member included among the truce observers? Our present peace, though here to« day, carries the threat of being gone tomorrow. To remove that threat agreement and good rotations must somehow be achieved between the United States and the Soviet Union. Agreement has to start somewhere, and it gave promise of starting in Palestine. Now, however, the promise is dissipated. If it was lost through fear, then it seems an admission of uncertainty and insecurity that docs not become ' tti» rre«t uatioM. If it wa* k*t through Conventionitis—It's Wonderful Stuff avel-Weary Joe Martin Owns Sorest Arms in Philadelphia Sunday School Lesson # By Harmon W. Nlcholi (United Press Staff ('or respondent) PHILADELPHIA, June 25.— (UP( —The sorest pair of arms in Philadelphia belong to a little guy named Joe— Joseph William Martin. Jr.. of North Attleboro. Mass. Normal times he's Speaker of (h» House of Representatives In Wash- B.T William E. Gllroy, D. I). In his poem. "An Interview With .Tyles Blandish," James Russell _ Lowell wrote of "men of vision, Inglon, Now he's running the show ii ages ] ;, s M. C. at the Repi rtiose gaunt eyes see golden Isliif;." He did not think much of some of these dreamers, But poets, prophets and salnls tion. Republican Conven- But al home or away, Joe Martin is strictly a gavel man. Since the lave long dreamed ind spoken of | Republicans took over Congress he's golden age. H h»s been » proli- ; had a gavel in hand most of thfi theme In literature. Thomas llmc trying to keep the Democrat . More gave his dream of It In his amous book, "Utopia." In our own line Bellamy portrayed it in "Look- ng Backward." But these and other visions of a golden age pale in comparison with he expectation of a Messiah and he coming of a Messianic kingdom. They arose In the Jewish A'orld in the centuries before the With of Jesus and found expression In the noblest passages of the "ater prophecies of Israel. Christians found fulfilment of in line. A small gavel, handle. Bui early yesterday, whll« t the GOP was placing names fnl nomination for presidency, Joe took, on some extra weight. A cherry- wood pounder weighing six pounds. He did a good job of it, using both hands—one al a time. At the start he sot a liltle rough and came down so hard he shattered some crockery. He broke a water pilcher under the rostrum and flooded the platform. He gaveled on, as one after an- hosc prophecies in the commp. of " lh . pr thc 5 a ', ldi "" 1 " ve " n . om "V|: Icaus a s Messiah and King. They l . CtS ' C °" rted a " d '° astcrt m wlld Je: saw the golden age begun, if not fully established. In the kljnjdom He proclaimed- They pray,^ "Thy kingdom come," and that the will ( . ()fui0 Nichols' First Convcnli-m This was my first convention. I had pictured myself sitting quiet- of ood may be "done in earlh as ; '>' behind my eyeglasses on a high It Is done in heaven" Bui they i P ct>ch in the l> rcss Dox - But, you sec a world in which that goal is ! don't cover national pow-wows that not achieved, and in which it will i wa >'- ' f° und my-sclf looking at the not be until all Is brought under 1 scene between the spradled legs of the rule of Christ. That would be » cameraman standing on my desk. ic golden age. 1 Not a very good vantage point. Some Christians look for a return ] Worse, the guy was a knee knocker of Jesus to earth. Though they i as he bobbed into position to snap think of Jesus as Messjah In His la good one, and a couple of my cars first coming, their look toward the ! suffered. future in the hope ot His second I That caught this old-time basn coming is not unlike the looking'runner off the bag. But between the toward the future of many Jews, who do not regard Jesus as the eMssiah. bul who believe the Messiah is still to come. It was the Jews, however, who first saw in Jesus of Nazareth the one who was to come; John the knocking knees, like the flicker in the old silent films, I coxiid see MrA Martin letting the block have it with his gavel. It looked as big as * milk stool. Tom Dewey was the first man placed in nomination. They wlioo- The Militant Truman Politic* «re certainly warming up. Every day they generate more heat and less light. One of the chief generators is a newly militant Harry Truman. On Ms trip West Ihe President 1ms really gone on the warpath. Apparently he has decided that mildness and moderation do not pay off politically and that if he is lo have any dunce In November he must, begin to fight in June. He Is really taking the offensive against Congress. Since his own political prospects could Imrdly become worse, this new belligerency may prove personally advantageous. Americans are known to have a liking for political fireworks. Many will be unused If not pleased by Ihe things Mr. Truman is saying about Congress ("worst in history") or by the things some congressmen »re saying about the President (dirty ?amin"). Manifestly Congress—especially Ihe House- has been giving the President real openings or criticism. The commvmlsl-pleaslng cul In foreign »ld; the backhanded crippling of the trade agreements program; the effort to dodge responsibility for Ihe draft; Ihe refusal to deal with inflation; the reckless tax cuts; '-he political maneuverlngs which blocked noosing legislation, aid to education, removal of the margarine tax, and civil rights proposals—all tries* actions have stirred plenty of criticism of Congrcii In non-Truman quarters. On the Pacific Coast the president had a po- liUcsl windfall—the floods. He could point to congressional action denying money for dams which would have saved home.- and lives. He could promise vast power and reclamation projects and industrialization, in fiG-.iition he could advertise "the Truman platform" of social welfare and civil rights, undoubtedly militant presidential advocacy of these things carries considerable attraction. Some observers have been reminded, however latnlly, of early Rooscveltiiui crusndes. But this political bill of goods is much harder for Mr. Truman to sell. For A simple reason—he cannot promise delivery. In the field of foreign affairs he can speak with more effect. He la-'ks the Roosevelt imagination and Rrasp, but he can point to a considerable amount of performance. Even so, this Is not strictly srjealting a Truman job. Republicans have had a big share in it. Even the Marshall Plan Is properly referred to as the. MarshaH-Vamlcnbcrg Plan. At the moment Candidates Stassen, Dewey, and Taft are helping to rescue il from the mangling In the House. < The necessity for Ihis Republican did, the value of congressional help in presenting a firm na- liona) from against Communist expansion, might well have deterred Mr. Truman from making Ills remarks about Congress. Even more reckless and unworthy were his statements designed to align class against class. He is within bound in talking about a "power lobby." H* is within bounds when claiming to represent .,11 the people rather than special Interests. But ho Is saoly outside Uic bounds of propriety and rairncs* when he intimates that Congress tt Interested only ln thr "welfare of the better classes.'' There are potential advantages In a livelier- and more equal-election campaign. But there are srrave risks in campaigning which divides the people buterly .,,d tumi . Ucntlon ^ „„„,„.,„ instead of reasoned dtoatc on the issues. -CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, Governor Green of Illinois May Pluck Juicy Plum Out of Blitz of Republican National Convention By Peler Edson • der Ihe leadership of Raymond E. (NKA Washington Correspondent) Baldwin of Conn., Edward Thye of PHILADELPHIA, June 26. <NEA) Minnesota, and Win. F. Knowlnnd —There is more GOP convention of Cal. started to protest Green's I newspapers, interest in Gov. Dwight (Pete) selection, considering him not pro- Green ot Illinois than anything he gressive enough. But nothing ever said In his keynote speech Monday : came of their movement to oust him night would indicate. For as "Suck- ; er State" favorite son, Gov. Green j holds 53 Illinois votes. Green is Important because of those shift-ing otcs. There has been muc't gossip that f or "inclusion. Green subsequently went to Washington to collect ideas from : ali sides, as to what he should sav, : Many people suggested paragrar/s Baplisl. who found Ihe answer to '• pe d jt up for him and apparently it his question. "Art thou he that i was well-planned. I evcsdropped a should come, or should we look ! i ilt | e cj the way into the hall—by for another?"; Peler. who declared, i mistake ol course . Right in front ("Thou art the Chrisl, the Son of j ol thE Ncw Y ork delegation. • Ihe living God"; and Paul, Ihe, One delegate lurned around and . converted persecutor, who has ex- addres5 ed his pals seriously: never got overseas. He was grad- pressed in his Epistles what lo him "Look fellows We gotta make It uatcd in law at Chicago university, were Ihe convincing proofs that I iook spontaneous" working summers on Chicago Hearst Jesus was the Messiah. ! We j, imprompU , or bllie-prinled What of the golden age today? _ it was a „ show Never haye T The triumph of the Pnnce o , , ct so ke Appointed by Hoover He came to Washington as a Bureau of Internal Revenue lawyer in 1923, returning to Chicago as special U- S. attorney appoinlcd by President Hoover. The thing that made him famous was his four- year investigation and prosecution iov. Green is Col. Robert R. Me- would-be ghost-writers got hold of ] a tion But when Ihese 0( A i c&pone tor income tax vto- , ormick's man. Col McCormick Is the text here in Philadelphia, 24 ' or Senator Taft. The easy assump- hours before the speech was lieliv- on has been that Gov. Green erc d. none was able to recognize ould be expected to hand over his anything he had written 3 voles lo Taft. Today tiiat, isn't Against Green's record is the fact that he was unable to get a conviction of Sam instill for mail fraud, and that he was defeated sure, for three reasons. second is Gov. Dewey would be Illlng- to take Green as a running- j late. Third is that Gov. Green hlm- elf is now catalogued as more of . Dewey man than a Taft man. >reen was for Dewey in 1940 and .944- Picked by Dewey Supporter Gov. Green was suggested as a :eynoter and temporary chairman of this convention by Werner Schroeder, Illinois national commit teeman and national vice-chairman, who 1* supixtrter. Al'ils bcsl, it was filled with by Boss Kelly h , lhe 1938 race for Firsl is that Taft hn'l readv to slrainccl epigrams Inlendetl to mavor ot Chicago. The only other ake Green as a running mate catcl1 the rMr ot the crowri ' ™ ' Mn * t hat m[ S^ b <= »*» inst him a*e Green as a running-mate. : ^ , mc m u was ,. We are not ^ ^ ^ ^ t^^ ^^ ^ ^ going back to yesterday." which is spe ech, he criticized Truman's pia- a wonderful promise, if true. But, no 1) i,,ying of "Meet Me In Dream whether the speech furthered land 1 ' Green's vice-presirienlial ambitions is doubtful. His presidential ambi- lions never have been taken ser- iouslv. Peace, the one whom Isaiah called ' Counsellor, the one Wonderful, whom Christ, seein.s far off En a world of violence and hale. But It was in such a world lhal the faith, hope and vision arose. It was in such rked up. Except, maybe at EbbeU Field in Christians call lhe Eternal ^'^i^^, wearinR , ny ^t. and wagging banners saying things like "Kansas/ 1 "New York" and We Want Dewey" started scream- rtnia viJivn einjot, j.0 YI no IK oti'-ii « I . , , i world that the prophets lived and m E alld matching. spoke. It was of such a world «!,aC . Dewey is lucky he wasni ther. Jesus said, even on the very verge of the Cross, "Be of good cheer; I have overcome the world." Can we doubt or fear where the noblest of all mankind have \\ati faith and courage? Green has been governor of Illinois since 1941. He was originally supported by Chicago Daily News but in recent years that paper has Personally. Pete Green Is 51. Hod- cr j t j c j zc( i hj m sC vcrlv for the weak- sicr-born. handsome, graying. He 1$ years Ago In Blythevill*— Mrs. W. T. Barnelt complimented Mr. Bnrnett with a birthday party Friday night in iheir home. to see it. Most of the placards were huge pictures of the man with th» mustache. Oregon Hurts Warren That's the way it went nil ev«- ning. The Taft people featured a lovely young brunette in a pale gray dress who rode around the hall on the shoulders of a red-haired Irishman. The man looked a little bored, and alter three rounds, awful lired. The others followed. Same old thing. Stassen. VandcnberK, Baldwin, Doug MacArthur , etc., and Earl Warren of California. It Warren had any chance in th« first place for top billing it went has a swell-looking wife and two Green doesn't gel the vicc-pvesi- of his arftninistriitioii. Tf ! Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence overboard in a couple of minutes in daughters He went to Wabash Col- commiitee leee for uvo years, where he played to run for a liewey - a ^ of qviartetback and second I base. HP enlistee! !n World War I dential nomination, he is expected third term as governor. He has also been mentioned as "the next attorney general of A group of freshman seniors un- and came out a pilot, though he l i ie TJ. s."So keep your eye on him. • »*••••••••»..«•*••••• | monds. Galla^hpr put on the three IN HOLLYWOOD BY ERSKIM JOHNSON NEA Slalf Correspondent Barrymore is about to make his film debut. John Barrymore, Jr., 16- ycar-oM son of the Great Profile, has acting aspirations. Now he's talking 10 Paramount and Produc- ' a stymie. The thrush won't sign a ers Pine anri Thomas about making 1 very lucrative contract unices she his debut in "Little Shepherd of . gets her television rights Billy of diamonds from his hand, and I continued \\ith the diamond jack, which he \von with the ace. Now when he led the king of hearts anri East won with the acc r he had no diamonds to return. He Vollmer, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and Mr. and Mrs. W. J- Pollard. Mrs. A. B. Fairiield. a the early hours. While his peopla were whooping it up, middle "C" stuck on che house organ. Mdchani- recent ca] trouble, the organ man said later. terday nftcrnoon by Mrs. John Fin- Whatever it was. it louk the pepper out of Die West-Coasters and they sat down. bride was honored with A party ycs- ley. Father J. J. Thompson and Bill Lambert will leave Tuesday for a EaTi.' VeekS m ° t0r ^^ thr ° UBh lhe Stork Fails to P^vidc HOn.YWOOD, iNEA) -Another , scenes and El Capitan makes a sue- he naci no diamonds to return. He WARNING ORDER dal stop every night to pick up - cri bacfc the k!ng of clubs _ G alla- Odl fi Talley is warned to appear the film and bring iMo Hollywood. ; ?hel . won this lrick ln dl , mm y. p | C k_ I j n the Municipal Court of the : ed up the trump.s, then led the six '• City of Biythevillc, Arkansas, with- M-G-M and Peggy Lee have hit ot spades and pla\ed the jack from in thirty days next, after the date dummy. My partner made a good defensive try by refusing to win this hereof, to answer a complaint filed Excuse in Traffic Case MONTGOK-TXIY. Ala., Jutie 25. (UP)—The stork delayed but ti n'l prevent a "no driver's licen charge for a prospective papa hcr» yesterday. Highway patrolmen said they halted a man as he \vas rushing Kingdom Come." He's a Los An&c- Gray, eying a divorce-bound starlet ' vith J he ki , 1R Bl ' a Gallagher sim- ! Shelton,'partners, "doing business as against him m said court by Tom a| Rl faid fast c]ip He ad _ A Little. Goldie F. Little and S. G. mU( * d lhat he had no drjving }Kr . les high school student and he'll get the role, I hear, as soon as he ses the braces on his teeth. Publicity rrlcasr: "Jane Wyman fas ()<U| Nocturnal Crjcc—She Often Ots l"p in lhe Middle of the Niglit to Move Every Stick of Her Furniture. 1 ' Mm 11?rn. {'onId (liis he (he reason for UH- divorce? SO THEY SAY I feel mat t n c gou-rnment should Ufce over the railroads and Issue three per cent bonds, and make a *ound industry out of one of the most, Ira port* in Industries of Lh« nitton.-A. F. Whitney President. Brotherhood of Railed Trainmen. • » • This game or seeing how far you cnn go in irritating other people ^nd still not goad them lo more than verbal protest IB » dangerous game. —Mr». »«*n in his Hand Box cafe?,, quipped "She's heading for Las Vegas. I hear she's got an ex to grind" | Resumption of the movie Rrd i probe is ilrfinitrly slated for laic ! summer. The, hr;irincs pi-olwbly H til lie hrld in Washington* instead of Hollywood, a.s planned. ply cashed the ace of spades and ! Shelton Motor Company, Dated this 16th day of June. At last — the Indians grf a br^ on the .screen. Sn.san Hayw"*i's i next, "Tulsri." devotes numerous 1 scenes ot the contribution ot che | Indian tribes in Iht development ol | Oklahoma. Director Stuart Ilcis- icr's instruction to scriptrrs Frank Nugent and Curtis Kenyon as far the Indians were concerned: A Q J 5 3 4 !l fl ? * A 3 4 Getting Sonja Henle on and off ic ice bet'.\con dialog has been a cadnchc for Holly wood, writers for 0 years Rr;t this time H may p\)t •rochscer John Bpok and writer llill 'owers in a deeji freeze for good. Sonja's new movie, "The Count* &s ol Monte Cvir-to," is back lac tore, j "No feathers. No ughs." he cameras for almost complete e-filminp of the story after a hiinge of directors. Only the icc- katlng nuniber,"; were sulvased from he first, version- Now the skating cenos arc hphiR defrosted lo fit' lie story, it's John and Bill's headache, a Ions with new director Freddie de Cordova. T.nnK. Costly Story Don't tell anvonc where you toad this, either, bul producer Kddic Small hns writers working on the 4Bth trcfltment of "The Valentino irv. 1 ' The yarn has been in the rks for almost 10 years and al- dy has cost SmaH a h\g tonunc, McKrnncy A 10 S 1 v 9 ? 6 ;i * K Q J 8 A lOo p»~iO-'*'-*"* r '*~*"*-!»"*"*"-*'- ; * 1 >'-*"* "*">">">T*i^ """MCKENNEY ON BRIDGE ,;•;;•;;•;;»;>;>;>;>;>,>;>;>::*».>•:>;;*:;•:>;•,.*. By \Vlllinm K. McKrnnoy Amrrira's Oird A'.ilhorily AVrillcn for NKA Aulhority Not Taking Opener Wins Game Hand N W 5 Ocolc A K Q .] 9 G3:> A 62 » K Q.I 10 54 * A 1 0 5 3 A 7 'jbhcr — Neither V' >Y?sl Nnrth 3 V Pas! Pass Opening— » K 2 * •! <f K.isl 2 * TafS Pass ZS Marcu; W. Evrard, Attorney for plaintiCs. niil, but said lie was taking his wife to the hospital to keep a date with the long-legged bird. The oUiccrs escorlca him to the hospital, anci u'aUed for him to comp out, beloi'e making the case 6 1R-2.T-7 2-!l nKainsl. him. I. MAUN, Clerk Theologian HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured theologian. Dr. Heinhold 8 He is a noted City" treatment In the Yvonne dc Carlo-Hurt Lancaster starrer, "Criss Cross." All the famous landmarks, Angel's plight, the I'ruza, Wrsllakc Park. tie,, will be uscrt for backgrounds. During one of the sessions of th^ recent Ohio Slate lournamcnt nt Cleveland, O., I «ns k;bu?.ed by Join McCovrmck. thp new manager 0'. WTAM. and H.irolrt Gallachcr. wno conceded a diamond trick. If he h;ui ut>n the first trick wiih tiir tee of diamonds, his contract would have been defeated easily. 3 Prison Guards Indicted For Beating Prisoners AUGUSTA. Ga , June 2.1. 'UP! — A srand Jury yesterday indicted three Hiclnnond CoiuUv convict piiards on 12 counts of assault and battery in connection with the death o! a piisoner. Dnus Turner. Horace Wingard j has been associated with the broad- an d Alvin Jones were the guards casting .stalion lor more than 20 ] indicted. ! years. | Turner was clinrced ^^tll beatlllK After the lojimanient \ve played j nine prisoitevs, including Ike Craw- GO Cherry red 61 Most beloved VERTICAL 1 Dried dough strip 2 Actually 3 English school 4 Obstruct 5 Abraham's home 6 Secrete 7 ficllo-.v 8 Bird 9 Sun god 10 Chi II ; a hltle rubber bridge, riurtug which ' toriay's hanri ea:uc up. In conue;:- ! | lior. with his opening bid. Gal'sglier June Home insists slie and Jackie Cooper are not headed for the divorce mill , .Roy Rogers lakes off for New York and points cast in Aujnisl for a two-month rodeo tour. Dale Evans goes with him. Des- , .,_,,. , pile all the cracks, "Ramrod." lhe ! salrt he recolle.-:ed an old theory of Joel McCrea western. Is cleaning up at tlie box office. And .lor! lias n .15 per cent cut In the profits! Special Delivery UI Is really setting co-operation from the Santa re railroad on "Family Honeymoon" A locatlnn eompuny !• jhooting Grand Canyon ford, who died at University Hospital here shortly bclnp admitted [or treatment ol an injured eye. Jones was charged with attacks \vvth mine that with lhe declarer-type ol linr.d. you do not need two and on t\vo prisoners anrt Wingard onr-hnll tricks to open the biddm«. ; hitting one prisoner. If I had opened c. club i" re- ' spouse to :nj' partners bid, Gall.i- ghcr would not have had much trouble. I pave him a touphT opening, however, in Lha king 0( (lift- Tenants operate about 33 per cent, M the (aims in the United Svat«-s. i! 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