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PACK EIGHT THK BLYTHFV1LLE COURIER NEWS TUB OOORIXK NKW» OCX ' H. W BAIMES. PublktM* JAM0 U natHOKFT, Ultcr MOl D BCMAM. Atfnnlitav •ok NtttooM Adwttalni WtllM* Wttva Co, Hnr fork. Chiang, DHrofe Atlanta, ilampha PuMfcbef Cnn Afternoon Except Sunday KDtcrra a* second clan matter at the post- oflic* al Blytbevuk, Arkansas, under act ol Con- treat. October ». U17. Served by the United Pre* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By canter la the cltj ol BlytbevlUt or any •uburtan town when carrier service li maintained, Kc per week, or tec p«> month By mall within •radius o! 50 ml lei, M.OO per year, *3 00 (or alx months, 11.00 tor three month*; bj mall outside H mil* *>n«. lio.oo par yaar payable ID adranw. Meditation For It Is always the one who aski who re- eelves, and the one who searches who finds, and the one who knocks to whom'the door opens. —Luke 11:10. n* Thra* Vfltf Men al old »ujbt and found the Christ Child but many people are forgetting ta look for Christ in this Christmas season. Where Are the Traitors— and Why? • An American woman named Jane Anderson, who broadcast for the Nazis during the war as "Lady Ha Ha," has been released from an American prison in Austria. She 'was arreat- •d last April. On Sept, 30, the Justice Department released her from an indictment for treason. Miss Anderson's happy fate sent us checking back on sorne of the other Americans who sat out the war in Axis capitals, broadcasting appeals to the American forces to surrender. The rwult was not heartening. Of the 14.that we remembered only one, Douglas Chandler, has been sentenced to life imprisonment. Ezra Pound, th« poet who peddled Mussolini'r propaganda, has been committed to an in»an» asylum. Robert .H. Best, former newspaperman, has been arrested, but «tiU not tried! Fred Kaltenbach wa» ia Russian hands the last tr.ne he WM heard of. Here is what happened to some of the Americans who stooged for Hitler on the Nazi radio. Constance Drexel, Edward L.':Delahey, Herbert Eurgman, Max Koischwitz and Donald Day have all been released by the Justice Department. . The reason given in some c««e» was "lack of evident"; in others, an inability to find witnesses; in Day's case the Justice Department •imply was "no longer interested." Mii s Drexel was last reported to be covering the United Nations as a freelance, and writing a book on "disarmament." Day also has improved some of his shining.hours of freedom by doing a book which it published in Swedish. The Tokyo branch of this traitorous crew, though less numerous, has fared just aa well. The notorious Tokyo Rose and Robert Chisholm have been released by the Justice Department. Mark Streeter, arrested in 1945, has yet to be tried. Carl Flick has disappeared. It is interesting to note the contrast between this, government's loving and forgiving attitude toward those who worked for Its defeat, and the British government's method. The British have tried six and hanged two—William ("Lord Haw Haw") Joyce and John Amery, son of a former Secretary of State for India. It has sentenced another to hang It has given a fourth a . 10-year prison sentence, and the other two five years m jatl. Our Justice Department's excuses for its leniency seem woefully weak. What better, evidence or witness is needed than the damning broadcasts of . those who have been arrested and released? Or didn't anyone—the OSS, the FBI, or our civilian broadcasters- even bother to record this evidence? Why have these people gone scot- .free? We still keep our conscientious objectors, in jail. But their wartime role was passive. Through cowardice or religious scruples or other personal reasons, they refused to fight. But the enemy's American broadcasters were not v cowards. They joined the Axis cause -and,tried to bring about the downfall of, their country, , Is it laziness, indifference or in- eompetem* that has won them, their freedom? Or has our government so . -»oon forgotten that we ever had other v,; enemies beside* Russia? Has it lost BLYTHEVILhE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS sight of the fact that there Is other • disloyalty than membership in the Communist Party? 'We do not think it is Woodthirsty to »uggest that some of these follow. ers of the defeated enemy—who apparently have been dismissed as harmless crackpots—at least be brought to , justice. To dismiss them as being of no present interest musl give comfort to those who still subscribe to the defeated enemy's doctrines, Certainly it pay* poor tribute to the memory of those who gave their lives to oppose those doctrines and to preserve America whose freedom the Drexels and Days and the rest are now enjoying. VIEWS OF OTHERS Whistle"Stop for Freedom Train The truth hurls, and some of the people of Memphis will undoubtedly blame outsiders for giving the town a bad name. Nevertheless, It was not outsiders, but Memphis' Mayor Plensanls, who Insisted that racial segregation would have to be observed and who thereby prevented the Freedom Train from stopping there. Most Americans don't like racial oppression, as Mayor Plcasants or any other Memplilan could find out by going around the country and asking. It would be a denial of the very »pirlt which the Freedom Train symbolize* to practice race discrimination In the admittance of spectators. It would be a piece of cynical Irony. Until Mem- phi* it willing to practice '-Americanism 'toward the races, It will have to accept the position of whistle «top on the way to democracy. —ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. Back Up Fulbright Senator Pulbriglit of Arkansas has niade It known that he Intends to wage battle for the removal ot taxes that discriminate against oleomargarine. Elsewhere in The Commercial Appeal today li an article carrying in detail Senator Fulbrl«ht'» reasoning and also interesting' and pertinent fact* about Uie origin and productivity at the levies. . It hu been years since the taxes on oleo owned even the semblance of excuse, in the cur* rent er» of toarlng'' prices, the Imposition ot these taxes means entirely unjustltted and unnecessary hardship on people in the low Income groups. Senator Fulbrlght's move is well time* u well as in the public interest. It ihoultj be understood, however, Hint Senator Fulbright will need the active baeklng ot those who agree with him In principle. The ' present '»tiite o* affairs means economic handicaps for the South'* producers that ought to be removed, and can be if the people of this Kcllon rally behind their leadership. —COMMERCIAL APPEAL. BARBS HAL COCHKAN '•••••••••••••••••••a •••«••*••»••••••••••••••• It Is estimated that 600,000 motorlits will'be driven off the road by England's gasoline ban. It's our motorists who drive our motorists otf the road. "Wh«t ire the younj olki of tod»y aiming at?" asks a writer. Gosh, with snow on th« ground, can't he gugss? * » . We can depend on tlic same old story Christmas morning—drums and horns for the little folks. It's a. racket! Laic shoppcn will find everything picked over—Including themielvet, by the clerks who are swamped. There are 6420 airports in the U. S. For the land sakcs! 'You Boys Looking fora Hot Campaign Issue? WEDNESDAY. -DECEMBER, 17, 1947 Sinister Scheme Persists in Spite of Holloway Plan for Training Officers in Naval Reserves «f Staff Correspondent I lilB rad " > filmed nt the Japs a career . - i - - -• ...», uuu- ...lotiiciiip ill ia.y \Ji LUIS oPCClBJ tfll» ™" slienanlgans of the military cut. But' the process was a rtrug- irass has brought to ll e ht a si.ils- gle, and didn't help the war ef- f>r rriti\m4nlr tn *!*.. «r_....i_ *,. it _ . . ""»* vnc; « al d- broadcast* i want to make the Navy WM-jclSal?-^ ^>— n Conducts Post Mortem On Deae' Anti-Inflation Program THE DOCTOR SAYS * w^ 11 P> Jer<J: ">. — * J5y Frcriericfc C. Othman D, — „.. » v> i^Kin orrvicc Enuresls or Involuntary urlna- requent troublesome the the during childhood and nam cfom "'°"ly noes under name of bcd-wettlmr but K Properly called enure,"* " When control over the urine dur- Z^TMl -? 01 obta «ned by the for « r " caused scnslti child ( others The —- - --. *><*• 11'. (UP)— My Job today is to explain If. I can, why congresa U having trouble passing any kind of anti-Inflation scheme, no matter how diluted The boys would like to stop the gray market In steel and a few other things, you understand, but the Republicans blame the Democrats for ol»trucllng progress and, of course, vice-versa, so they got themselves tangled up and there isn't much the government can do except worry about the fact that - — _. building- nails, for Instance, ar* when the bed- (selling at golden spike price*, i 1 "° ai«;r being absent, I'm using understatement, I'm icyeiai years, there Is a, great j afraid, when 1 say the Houw action of emotional distress, not only on the bill was weird lf> V/1J IlICTcfflt. (.,.* / — n_ J R«p. Jesse Wolcott, R., Mich., Uie distinguished and portley chairman of the House Banking and Currency old. , ony In Die youngster, but (n the parent?. Parents resent the trouble bed-wetting, from enuresls has a difficult psychological problem to overcome. Sometimes an Infection in the urinary tract, or some other physical cause Is at fault. Usually, however, the youngster's inability to overcome the habit of bed-wetting Is caused by a mixture of resentment and fear of physical punishment, or similar mental causes of which he Is probably not conscious. Several methods are "aelpful in treating enuresls. It Is usually well to cut out fluids as much as possible after three or four o'clock in the afternoon. Another suggestion I winch ' - or at least one which could adopt. "Yes'," said Rep. Sam av.,uum. Dem. Tex., "the honorable committee labored long sjid brought forth three or four very small mice." The bill—In case j'ou are Interested In history - among other things woud. have allowed the President to approve voluntary agreements between business men to distribute goods fairly. H h* okayed such deals, the gents Involved could Ignore the anti-trust laws. T'!, < L R tP ubUc ' lns brought this bit results are obtained sometimes by 1 fng C ngre* a'djom™ next* Mto awakening the youngster at deli-j for the Christmas holidays ' ordVta^rUte " * * The D ™<* r ^ *taj visibly, order to urinate. The elder]y Rep Brent g r Subconscious Reasons "-• -' " When enuresls continues beyond the age at which It should disap- Ky. charged the Republicans with being Nereis, Interested only in their he predicted they'd er gimmick in the Navy's Halloway Tort. And most of the higl^power: ilan for training reserve officers, ed specialists It explains why the top Nnvy loft the service as soon as they could. .,.,,- - •-., — --•• ..... j , co. Ific als are ignoring the 1049 va- I Recognizing that modern warfare xmcles which are going begging In demands men who have wider ertu- backgrounds than A ,vna- consciously, the child wishes to remain in, or return to, the protected irresponsible state of Infancy, ra- ..... ther than to assume the normal The glrnmlck is the Navy's control I difficulties of his ge. Finally, over how many of these reserves [there may be a subconscious re- will get regular commissions. That's ' sentment against the' parents In where the danger of abuse lies. Aca- AnH it "? rtc ™ yat na- lls. And it makes rt possible , polls can furnish, and approciatinz or the tight academy clique in the need for a great many reserre h« Navy to get even greater con- : officers, the Navy produced the V, , that , t£er VS '", 'I 1 * tl ' tu «- : Holloway plan, named after Rear This. In spite. ot th e fact that the Adm. James I. Holloway Jr., the Holloway plan sets out to do just man most responsible fo? its crea- h e opposite. At the start* of the war. when, he Navy suddenly had to take n thousands of reserve officers, it j obvious that previous reserve : tion. ..It has been hailed by educa- (fleer training programs had been tional experts and others as a fine thlnj;, which should bring fresh j new ability into the service. There SO THEY SAY The issues Ucing our country, and Indeed the entire civilized world, are perplexing and grave, but they arc by no means Insuperable. —Qen. Douglas MacArthur. • • • Our choice is to live high for » few years while letting Russia selz* the world and use it against us, or to live hard and be subject to no master but God.—William C. Bullltt, former ambassador to Russia. • • • There should be no American aid of any kind without an American follow-up Sen. Styles Bridges in I of New Hampshire, • • • II the British people respond to this emergency, we shall liave come through to victory In peace as we did in war.—Hugh Dallon, former British Chancellor of the Exchequer. ' » • Politics will be no cleaner or better than the men and women who are engaged In it.—Gov. Simeon Willis ol Kentucky. omp eteVy 1nad'nua e AndIt 1be is "° qUMtl ° n abOUt that Hollowa y aSe Pl ^U n ^bvio,« A ,';fat 1 thele > ± l^^\S? ^J^^: r asn t -/enough, varied stalent among he Aiwapolis'-g'radiiRtes to supply 11 the demands of modern war- . , are. Fine records as executive of- Briefly, the plan would; pay the leers on ships, it was soon dis- college tuition of young men who ' qualified for the plan and give _ them $50 a month while they were production experts" or "to "handle j in college. Actual military training ovcred, didn't qualify men to be propagandists, petroleum engineers. the numerous other jobs which the Navy had to perform in a modem war. A* A Radio Propagandist, He wu a Fine Sailor This situation, at the beginning of the war, put an excellent marine engineer, who previous knowledge of radio was n keen interest in Jack Benny, In charge of produc- would be limited to summer cruises and a few hours of drilling week during the school year. After Graduation. Men Are Junior Officers demy men will get the regular promotions and move • up. And, with with only reserve officers to. compete with, their future becomes more secure than it ever was. The thousands of reserve officers get pear, it is probably because of one get burned. He said President Tru- or more of three psychological man had asked for bread and conditions In the child. The first ; they'd given him a stone He said Is that the child has not yet grown the camel had got its nose under up with reference to control of the the tent. bladder. The second is that, sub- Rep . Mike Monroney of Okla., another Democrat who also had been, studying Barlett's Quotations, said the Republicans were asking the Democrats to send a straw man out to fight Inflation. "But no," he cried—aiid cried li the word. "I think they are bringing this bill on the floor to kill It because it looks better dead than alive. They hope they can persuade the people to blame the Democrats. They underestimate the Intelligence of the people." which bed-wetting- becomes • way of getting even with them because of to., nuch criticism. J°»s In a bigger Navy arid j Recently, an authority suggested that parents, be given the following advice: A child should not be thousands of reserve officers get past the age when he could nor- I for this bill or thi the mediocre,assignments while the I mally be"expected to control this any other. They- u academy boys get the cream. This Is no Idle theoretical Hon. ..The men in the Navy, want to see the service get away from the clique system, see evidence on several sides that the Holloway plan might be twisted to produce a reverse effect. And every reserve officer who served In the Navy during the war . knows the ingrained haUt of academy graduates^ to help an alumnus first. They point to ;the great unconcern among the brass over the vacancies in the academy today, actually, caused by apathy on the part of the nation's youth. They claim that a selfish group of high-ranking officers Is brazenly saying that fewer graduates from Annapolis j means less competition in the fu- | function. In other words, not all u _ I children develop bladder control, at whn an e(]llal rate >P f SP 6 * 11 . a"V m<> re ' "'" than they develop other functions. 15 Years Ago In Blytheville— In exchange for the tuition and ; ture for the best .jobs. And there Is ' mas . These students the $50 a month,' after they are graduated, the trainees serve from 15 months to three years aa junior officers. And. after that, U they no : need to worry about a shortage of officers, because the Hollowav plan will soon be giving them all they need. accused or cnurests until 'h« ; Is well [ Wolcott, HaUeck & Co. said vote .ere wouldn't be any other. They- said there wasn't time to think up a new one. The Democrats ought to know, they added, how long It takes the Senate to pas* anything. Came the vote. Two-thirds of the membership had to favor suspending the rules, or th e bill was aa dead—for the moment—as a 10- ccnterper-pound dressed duck. Bank went speaker Joe Martln'a mallet, Bang, bang, bankety-bang. "The vote.Is 202 aye and 188 nay and the rules are not auspendeti," he announced. So .that was apparently the end of the bill at this apectal session of Congress—unlesi the SenaU should Induce the House to reconsider. And that's uncertain at thil writing. I don't think the Democrats can be blamed for this expensive status cjuo, or the Republicans, either. But when you taka both sides and mix well, boy! And I don't want any argument* from any of 'em. Almo«t without exception the i90 boys and girls who live in Blytheville and attend the 45 colleges and schools elsewhere will spend the holidays at home. The first of these- will arrive tomorrow and others will come In daily with those attending state schools the last to arrlve_a day or two before ~ IN HOLLYWOOD BY ERSKINE JOHNSON NEA SUff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD, ( NBA 1 — Exclusively Yours: Bob Mltchiim Is penciled in for the co-starring role opposite Jennifer Jones in the film version of "The Glass Menagerie," .It's definite now that Roy Rogers will leave Republic—followed bv- Trigger, the Sons of the Pioneers and Dale Evans. Xansbury and Peter Shaw >U11 see only each other, * * * Laleat story from England, relayed by David Niven: A man vent into a bird store to bnj' a parrot and was offered a bird that came from Africa and spoke six languages. The price was 45 pounds stcrHng. Speaking of Dale, the story of| "That's pretty steep for a parrot/.' her 20-year-old son almost, broke two years ago when lie checked into the service. The studio, and Uncle Sam, helped keep her secret... .Peter Lawford just won star rating at M-Q-M—result of his work in "Good News." * * * Andy Russell Is about to have his famous tonsils yanked Una Merkel and sports announcer Fred Ferries are a new twosome... .Blng Crosby is off tobacco and onto gum McKENNEY ON BRIDGE • •"••»»r«-----»«"««««i«""n» A>>>;;*;.*;:\V;*;;*;>;;*;>;>;>:>;;*>;>;>;;*;;# '5-Losers Cut to 3 With an End-Play By William E. McKenney America's Card Authority Written for NEA Sen-lea are: Preston Ramey, Joe Pride Jr., Benny Fowler, Vivian Holland, R. A. Nelson, Walter Logan, Tommy Thompson, Virginia Bourland..Mary Cummings, Marion Milner, Mary Grace Hill, Joe • Wright, Irma Barnes, Naomi and Mamie Majors. Milton Graham, Alvin Huffman, Virginia Tompkins, Horace Scrape and Frank Santa. Frank Lucltett, Charles Joseph. James Cecil Hale, Evrard Weis- own hand. All West could do was to lead another heart, and on this Kempner discarded the last diamond Irom dummy and ruffed Approximately 11,486,000 persons were employed as farmers In the United States during 18«. turd. Don Smith, Henry Davis, J. B. Whitworth and - J. T. Sudbury. Pett Craig, Harold Nunn, Marion Cooley, Sarah Nunn, Adele Langston, Morris Bailey and Ben Bailey. Ruth Eleanor and Francis Tucker, Ruth and Maureen Branson, Charles Barney, R. N. Hill Jr., Virginia snld the man. "Well," replied the storekeeper, "it's a very special bird — speaks six languages." "I'm not interested in that," countered the purchaser, "all I want to know — Is It tender?" Little Miss Mllence MARGARET O'BRIEN, who won't be 11 until Jan. 15. has 20,000 fly- Ing miles to her credit. She and i mama are /lying to South America ' after Margaret completes "Big City.", ...John Lindsay, the Hollywood' architect supposedly engaged to) starlet Jane Nigh, Is carrying the biggest torch In town for a lovely blonde ex-model. • • n ' Ores McClure will legally adopt that nariie— his real one IE Dale Easton — after he completes "Lulu Belle." There's quite a yarn be In his own hand. Keck and Peggy McKeel, C. Q. Now he was able to trump a dia- j Smith Jr., John Page Walton, Max j moncl in dummy, trump a club | Usrey, Thelma Worthington, Bert ! back in his hand and rufJ off the I Lynch Jr. and J. .T Craig, [last dfamondl thus losing only two' Rthu Butt, John Mahan. Billy Years ago n problem appeared i hearts and a spade. ! Lawshe. Albert Taylor. Kathryn in the Bridge World in which) If you will lay this hand out and D=nton and Lorna Wilson, Loi» Hooper, Virginia Huffman, Marilyn the type of player who would figure' out this difficult hand. The for six months. Doctor's orders.,. There was many a raised eyebrow over Cecil B. DeMlllo's election as a member of the board of directors of the Screen Directors Guild. Drum Dafice Foi Fred TFRED ASTAIRB would" like to. have you know that when he inherited Ocnc Kelly's role In "Easter Parade," he didn't Inherit Kelly's dance routines for the film. -Astnive dreamed up his own. Including a drum routine that should be sensational. Fred's race horse, Trlpli-! "Boomtown," but it wasn't used cate, which he bought for S6000, already has earned $240,000 in purse. The horse Is now at Santa Anita. I hind the McClure moniker. Writer, t John Grant dreamed It up as Claris } Gable's character name in the tllm,l he Dale Have you noticed <lie absence of] Frank Sinatra'! recordings In the : juke bexes? Blnj still lead's the w»y.| Blllle Burke has just about com- rm* '° "-ted E3ston _ wno 'and " new for WM s(gned for °™ g Laurltz Melchior Is excited about getting his footprints in the cement at Qrauman's Chinese. They'll be the film rights. Blllie has a great story. Her father was a circus clown, her husband Flo Zlcgfcld.... Larry Parks wins the nod as the year's outstanding newcomer In the annual poll of the Showman's Trade Review. Bob Taylor and Barbara Stan- w.vck'i design for livlnr will won Include a Tn»» cattle ranch. B«b Is anxious to invwl In a real workliic ranch with several thousand head of cattle... Angela An earthquake occurs on part of the earth every day. I WATKINS PRODUCTS J i Now Available ' i A Complete Line J { Famous Since 1868 • • Mrs. B. Justus, Dealer • i 1411 Ash St. Phone 3115 ! '----.--._-_.....__..»._? from dummy and a Kempner 4 A B 7 » J V AS • 987 + A.86 Tourniment—Neither vul. SoBtfe West N»rth Eut 14 «W 4 * Pass OpeninG—V K * play as Bank outlined It to me was u follows: Kempner (South) won the open- lead with the ace of hearts and led a small spade to dummy's king. A low club was played to the ace, and • when West's queen dropped. Kempner led another club. West did not want to ruff this worthless club, so he let Kempner win the Irick In dummy with the king. A spade was led to the ace, followed by a small diamond to crummy's ace. Then the jack of hearts was played. West won this trick with the queen, and in order to keep from getting end-played any further, he rushed the queen of spades, then lort the king of hearts. Kcmpner discarded n diamond club from his valuable to you in the future. there was a double sluff and'a ruff, study the play, it may prove very but I do not recall ever having' • •• • ..... seen the play In an actual contest. In Chicago recently Julius Bank gave me today's hand, which h* said was made by Ralph Kcmpncr. a Chicago Life Master. 1 can vouch for the fact that Kempner Is just Burnett*, and Tom Mahan. Trophy Winner Io Previous r«»Je HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured Bendix Trophy winner 10 He averaged four hundred miles an hour 11 Ran away to u-ed 13 He won the second VERTICAL 1 Sea robber 2 Cutting tool 3 Indian 4 Musical instrument 5 Disorder 6 On the sheltered side 7 Give assent STownship (ab.) successiveyeaf 9 Striped 14 Expunged 16 iv'od 18 Wing-shaped 20 Comfort 21 Faithful 22 Prices 24 Sumptuous meal 25 Upright 26 Donkeys 27 Hawaiian bird 28 Pronoun 29 Decorate 32 Birds' homes 36 America takes in his achievement 37 Characteristic 38 Turfs 39 Uttered 43 Lateral part 4-! High priest •15 Analyzed grammatically 47 Permit 48 Crescent- shaped 50 Knots 52 Specks 53Stccccd animals 10 Of the sun 12 Wet 13 Passage money IS Rough lava 17 Moistens 19 Puts down 21 Canopies 23 Rock 24 Swoon 29 Recess 30 Comical 31 Vine mildew 33 Floated 34 Ocean currents 35 Printing term 39 Cloy 40 War god 41 Exists 42 Depression 45 Boy's nickname 46 June bug; 49 Negative 51 Accomplish

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