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SATURDAY, APRIL «, 1955 BLTTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAQBTHRE* £ den Lacks Emotional Range of Churchill By JAMES MARLOW Associated fiest Newt Analyfl WASHINGTON (AP) — Sir Winston Churchill had become such a svmbol of Britain it was almost as if he owned the, place. Sir Anthony Eden, his successor as prime minister, is more like a manager. * That impression of Eden is not unfitting in the second half of the 20th century. Someday, unless there are big changes, it may be called the era of the managers. In the first half some heads of government acted strictly like owners. They come to mind easily enough: the Kaiser, the Czar, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini. As this century gallops into Us last lap the heads of all the big governments—that includes Rus- PAPER DOLL—The look ol amazement on lovely Ruth Robert's face is explained by hei press agent as surprise at th< sad shape of the world thest days. He adds that long-legged Kuthie, who wants to win tin "Miss Photogenic Queen of Boston" title, is far from being it bad shape. Masonic Head Visits Hornersville By H. L. YEAGER , HORNERSVILLE, Mo. — Ortes Mitchell, Jr., of St. Joseph, Mo., Grand Master of the Masonic Lodge of Missouri, visited Hornersville Lodge No. 215 A. F. & A. M. Tuesday evening in a tour of his jurisdiction. Others from Grand Lodge outside of the 51st District, accompanying him were Harold O. Grauel, Grand Junior Deacon, and Kev. Franke, Grand Chaplain, both of Cape Girardcau. Arthur U. Goodman, D. D. G. M., and John Shipman, Grand Lecturer, both of Kennett, attended representing: the 51st District, The lodge was opened at 6 o'clock in a meeting complimenting the Grand Master and, other distinguished visitors of Missouri and Arkansas. T. B. Wilkins, W. M. of Hornersville Lodge, presided. At 7:30 a supper was served by the Order of Eastern Slar in the Methodist Church dining room. At the meeting in the lodge hall following, the distinguished guests were introduced. Short talks were made by Mitchell, Grauell and Franke. About 300 members of the order were present. Visitors came from eight lodges in Arkansas, and perhaps twice as many lodges of Missouri were represented. About 40 Masters and Past Masters signed the visitors' register. sia, with qualifications — seem more like managers than proprietors. Parallels Industry That parallels what has hap- paned in industry, where almost all the big individual owners are gone. The giant corporations now are in the hands of managers chosen by the stockholders through their boards of directors. Churchill, as head of a democratic country, could have been tossed out any time by the voters. So he was never more than a manager either. But by his massive personality he seemed to embrace all Britain. Eden will appear less dominant than Churchill. He lacks the old man's emotional range: the magnificent oratory, the sense of fire, the whimsy, the thundering scorn, the growl, the almost indestructible physical power. Eden, more fragile physically, is not a distinguished speaker. But he has brains and, apparently, a lot of shrewd, common sense. His who)e mature life, part of it under Churchill's wing, has been a preparation for his new job, The Kaiser arid the Czar both acted like owners of Germany and Russia. The Czar was followed by Lenin, who was the real owner of the Russian Revolution. His spiritual crown prince who succeeded him, Stalin, acted like an owner too. In the present Russian ruling -clique, although not democratically chosen, there is no one individual who can be considered the new owner. They talk of communism but they also talk like managers about consumer goods and heavy industry. Adenauer * Boss The present head of the new, democratic Western Germany, Chancellor Adenauer, is simply boss of a group of men picked to run the country. The voters put him there. While Mussolini owned Italy's Fascist revolution, he has been succeeded by a democratic government with no towering figures. They act like managers, not giants. President Roosevelt's critics, because of his power in the depression and World War n, may have fell he acted aa if he owned the United States. He was a world leader but he was never proprietor of anything more than the New Deal. No American president before torn in this century loomed so large on the world scene. Each in his way was a manager. And Roosevelt's successors, Presidents Truman and Eisenhower, never have shown any proprietary attitudes. They have gone about their business briskly, like any manager in General Motors. Doughnut Mileage HARRISON, N.J. M»>— Max Stil.- ger says he has fried ICO million doughnuts, and estimates tha t number, side by side, would reach from here to Chile— about 4,762 miles. He's co-manager of a bakery that supplies 25 restaurants. A game similar to mumble-the- peg is played with a table fork in some parts of Ireland. FRESH CAGED EGGS Delivered to j'our door E. S. MULLINS&SON Ph. 3-4779 Day or Night Increase the value of Your Car By DRESSING UP THE INTERIOR With GILBERTS AUTO UPHOLSTERY Highway 61 N. Ph. 3-6742 The Finest USED TRACTORS Are Traded in on the NEW FORD 600 and 800 TRACTORS You Can Buy Them At Bargain Prices-Easy Terms At SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. Franklin Phon. 3-8951 \ NORTHWEST *,< v TERRITORIES v^ Radioactivity Found in France PARIS (.V,—The atomic tests curried out in Uie United Slates and Russia have rendered French at- atmosphere slightly radioactive, u French scientist said yesterday. Writing in the monthly bulletin of ihe Trench Academy of Science, France's high scientific body. Hubert Garrigvide, said this radioactivity, however, presents no danger for human beings . Garrlgue analysed ft series of samples of dust, frost and snow from last December to, the end of March. The samples were taken either in high Attitude aboard a plane or on top of 4.80G-t'ooi Puy de Dome in central Prance. When a woman keeps her love lottos U might be in the hope lhat same daythey'H keep her. , NUs senhower and Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov for messages of good will on his appointment as Prime Minister. He said he looked forward to continuing good relations with both. Resting tit me prime minister's official country residence of Ch«q- ers, Eden also wrote to Secretary of State Dulels, thanking him for his note of encouragement. Both Missouri and Ohio haw i town called Aid. 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