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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 27, 1947
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PAGE TWELVE FOX „ BLYTHBVILLE COURIER NE1 THl OOURIZR NBWB OO. H. W RAINES, Publliher JAM28 l_ VBRHOEI'F, Edluir O. HUMAN. Advertising Uon««et - c--ote National Advertising Representative* *aLfc«f Wltmer Co., New York Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Memphis. Published Every >vfurnoon Except Sundar Watered u Kcond class Emitter at the post- ;flto» at Blythevllle, Arkansas, under act of Contra**, October 9, 1817. Served by the United Press SUBSCRIPTION RATE8 By crrrter In the city or Blythevllle or any suburban town where carrier service Is maintained, 20c per week, or S5c per month. ; By mall, within a radius ol 10 miles, H.OO per tear, (2.00 (or six months, H.OO (or three month:: by mall outside 60 mile zone, $10.00 p*r rear In advance. THOUGHTS .Then hear thou from the heavens, even from Uiy dwelling place, their prayer and ihelr sup- Ijllcations, and 'miintaln their cause, and for- fin thy people which have sfmicci ngajnsl Ihec. Chronicles C:39. v forgiveness is better than punishment; lor the one is the proof of a gentle, the other ol » 'savage nature.—Epictctus. i . Advice, Not Negation ' The venerable William L. Green, 74 next month and AFL president for 22 years, told a familiar story to the Sen- ' %te Labor Committee the other day. ',i-.' : ' Mr. Green said he opposed nil "rc- |trictive" labor legislation. He warnsd jhat an^attempt to outlaw the closed sliop, •jurisdictional strikes, and secon- cjwy-boycotts would creat "such great industrial confusion and undermine , the present world position of the Unit- «£h States." He offered such comments #s'; "propagandist^ hogwash" on pro- Tposed labor bills. A:': .This performance has been; notably ^(Successful in the past. Any threat of Change in labor's status <|uo—what Mr. .Green calls restrictive legislation—has 'feeen countered by threat of a wave of [strikes. That, plus the thought of what ^nipn members might do' with their liptes, has helped to make congress- linen think twice and usually forget ; tHe whole thing. J ., But Mr. Green's audience was different on this visit. One new face be- ijon^ed to Sen, Irving Ivcs, whose rec- ,ord in the New York State Legislature ihad :shown him consistently sympathetic toward labor's.viewpoint. Freih- i ; pian. Senator lyes threw Mr. Green ^something new to think about. ;J\ J.J'Bear in mind," he said, "that the Sublic is demanding that something be .,and in all probability something . be ...done before Congress gets The problem is what to do. rYou can't just sit there and say 'this 'yon't work and that won't work.' Don't j^ou.'agree something has to be done?" j Now, congressmen don't usually Salk like that to Mr. Green or to Mr. qvlun-ay of CIO either. They have cus- ^ornarily heard one side of the story ^frorn business and industry, the other -from union officials, and then accepted ^.he-fact-that never the twain would -ineet. - This time, though, another voice ••was being listened to. It was the voice ~of that public which Mr. Ive s referred IK a classless majority which obvious- Jy wants to. see -things done a littk :;lifferentiy, and so change the complexion of Congress. ^ Mr. Green, then, was U p against a Stronger political force than his own. :.JIe faced a fact which Senator Ellr>»der ;;nf Louisiana put to him rather blunt;-ly: "We want your help. We don't ;want a negative attitude." - that might serve for a motto above 4he Labor [Committee's door where all -special pleaders could read it (im . ing . .these hearings. There is ;M > point i n .having Mr. Green in there one day .saying "It can't be done," and a delegate from the National Association of -.Manufacturers in there tli.j next say- ;'ing "It must be done." ,;: Help is needed from both sides in •dealing justly with a situation that ,has to be dealt with. Mr. Green may ;tell< about the constitutional right of protection against forced iabor. But there are other vights involved, loo Members of some of Mr. Green', rival trade unions have no i-onstutional right to throw hundreds or thousands ; out of work while they squabble over ;who shall do some small job of car ^pentry or plumbing or furniture mov- ,, in 8'" The real objective of Congress is x -not to outlaw strikes.but to halt some -indefensible.practices which injure the puhlic welfare. ges of Carelessness A letter written by former President Hoover, which brought $550 at an autograph auction, contained one misspelled and one mis-punctuated word. There, you .see, Junior, if you don't study spelling harder you'll grow up to be president for only one term. VIEWS OF OTHERS Thanks for a Day's Work If you still have fl job, thank God for Uifi privilege of beginning another dav's work! Deforc it ends you may have vcxrtL!or<,. During its progress there may be hurried minutes and troublesome mistakes. Someone mr.y throw you off your schedule by coming tor- late or lingering too long, Whnl if it Is so? Are not rhesc things a smnll price B) pay for the satisfactions tha! come from opportunity of using your head nr.d your hands? You will find the day ft challenge, a game, a labyrinth through wh'.ch you inns'., make your way succcssrully before you BO home. Could anything be more interesting than that? All day, too, there will be a par at which you arc to shoot: You must get this part of tha Job done by such nnd such a time; if you mo lo have thc next task performed by ;he deslgnate'l moments, you cannot make blunders the repnii of which will take too much time. At thc curt you look at the score card, nnd you may have thc satisfaction of saying, Well, 1 was able to shoot this day lit par—nnd tomorrow I will try to beat par! Yes, thank God for a day's work to do— and for an Industrial system which, if protected from greed and misuse, always will compensate you with food and shelter, employment, of mind and the happy knowledge thai you have helped to increase, rather than to diminish, the ass3ts of mankind. A day's work !s worth all .1 man has to give of sweat, of toll, of tnxcs, of public service, of cooperation and of resistance to the seals and I'cmagcgues. True freedom Is ioumi only through labor. —RICHMOND NEWS LEADER. Vayer for an Atomic Age Senator McKellar, standing at the threshold of the atomic era, has said: "1 pray God we will never have an international agreement to control atomic energy." Thc Sonitor clings to a "secret" that cannot remain a secret, to n blind force which International anarchy could use at length to plunge the world into unspeakable night. Prof. Edward Teller, writing in thc Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, warns that future atom bombs may be 1.0CO times more powerful than those used on Japan, devastating 400 square miles at a single blow. And I'rof. Henry D. Smythe, author of thc Smythc Report on Atomic Eneigy, claims that the biggest breach of security and secrecy occurred when the world was served notice at Hiroshima that an alum bomb would work. He adds: You may be certain, therefor.;, that other nations will learn to make them, whatever rules nnd restrictions we maintain. If this is true—nnd the experts seem agreed that it Is—we can only turn humbly to worn for that "international agreement" which the Senator prays may never come to pass. There are millions of people, Senator, praying witli quiet urgency that God's control of man may be made manliest in man's control of a lorcc that belongs to an age and not c. country. And these are the prayers that will govern the atomic era. —CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR BARBS BV HAI. COCHK.VN - ' '. No thyscll when tempted to do aornethmg you shouldn't! • • • When some of the May flowers appear, any resemblance to thc pictures on thc packets will be entirely coincidental. • « • Fe tccn-jiscrs limit their phouc calls, says n telephone company executive, it's their conversation Hint's the limit. » * » What's worth having is worth going alier— NOW, not p.ftcr awhile. • • • A department store owner in an Indiana town was elected judge. Watch somebody get lined $2.98. SO THEY SAY The nation has no soap, but soap opera without end are sense floods cnch household daily.—Dr. Lee De Forest, Inventor of auction tube which made radio broadcasting and sound pictures possible. * • • A Communistic nation was one of our associates In World War n. Let no one ihlnk that she is our associate in seeking to buna thc Kingdom of God.—Rev. Dr. Rees h'dRKr Tulloss, president National Lutheran Councu « * • I can pour oil out on the ground and come back in a few hours, pick it up and beat a man to death with it.—An Army Sergeant with Task force Frigid.' » » • It Is one of thc axioms of ix trie society that special privileges, legal immunities and Irresponsible power corrupt even the best, of men, and human leaders are quite human In this rrapi-cU—Sen. .lowph II P,all (R.) of Minnesota. BLYTHEVILU!! (ARK.v' COURIER NEWS Lovers' Moon THURSDAY, F10HHUARY 27, 1947 Cost of Atoms and Controls Over Them to Sock Taxpayers Thc DOCTOR SAYS UY WILLIAM A. O'liUIEN. M. 1). Wriltcn for NEA Service The lining membrane of the ab- '.lomiual cavity (peritoneum) may become inflamed (peritonitis) in extension of infection from abdom- ,""™ „ • inal ni(':mt: fi-n,« |U~ 1.1 j — t HI 1C ailtl I»y FHEDHKICK C. OTHMAN I'jiilcil 1'rcss Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.—(DPI —The economical senators of the Appropriations Committee settled down for a congenial afternoon of rhiiuiiiiig the OPA into chowder. TJiey had Maj. Gen. Philip IS. Fleming ami all his helpers crammed into a small jon . - inal organs, from the b oo or !rom introduction of irritants. infections which originate ,„ the ao. ominal cavity and spread fo Ihc 5 ' ".T VT";"' . t' W , e ^ °°" '"" 1 ° " e ™«*I>mad. l ° , re!icllo » °e" abdom "»» c » v - be even sprlnklmg vlng a million ju? ,' e an , (l " la >'; the ashes of '' " """"""" urk enlonpcr. tlio sc- bor-facM «ii.lor from Iowa, drop- l )C(l in - Ilc said he hart a matter to present, if the QPA-cis hindlv would p ar(1 on him He proceeded the,, 'to atomize (an appropriate n "' "» l ltll « W"«l> all hope, or saviw much. Democrats Pass Have Adopted 'Do Nothing Clfi* IIY 1'ETKIl KUSON NKA Washington Corrcsiioniicnt WASHINGTON — <NEA>—Dem- ed a "Do-nothing" prog, am. This :s cv t, bo fr,-tion A IP, nin £,•• V? II I n HP, uickl s,ib,W? ' . quickly subsides as hcallne occurs. H(s was tlw lnJlUci . of thc „,„,,,, Victims »f peritonitis usually one of thc smallest things in the have rever, rapid pyl sc and shallow universe, the most dangerous and DR-allnng. The abdomen Is tender, one or the most exlicnsive Hie patient cannot lie with his Develiping the atom and keeping leas strelche<i out as this tenses a fence around it apparently is BO- Ihc muscles in the abdominal cav- ins; to cost as much as the Labor. i-.V and causes pain. The nbdoini- Commerce. justice, and Interior ml muscles become rigid in their departments combined. Unless a.ort to protect underlying struc- Hiukenlooper is gucsslii" ivro'i:!, tures. This- is a defense media- and he admits about all' vou can msm of the body to stop further An about atoms is puess they may in.mry to inflamed tissues. soon be one of the most costly imminent of peritonitis depends items in government. upon the cause. If it is the result He eased into the subject gently 0: r>n inflamed appendix, removal with a request for a lif.le dough to { or the diseased organ will be I'ol- run thc Coni/ressional Atomic Kn- , owed by cure, or it may be neces- ergy Committee, lie Ls the chair- ;«iry to drain the pus from the man and he said it looked like the region lo promote healing. Removal committee would need about S2S4.- of an inflamed appendix may be 821.87 a year to supervise the work- postponed if the surgeon finds' that ings of thr> Atomic Energy Com- .he infection has become walled mission. (That's the one Involving olf UK thc result of peritoneal re- .the fight about David Lilienthal as action. chairman.) Use of siilfa drugs or penicillin "And how milch do you fiaure in cases ol peritonitis aids the body the commission, not the committee 11: overcoming the infection in most will need a year?" asked Sen Rich- cases. Sometimes tne sulfa drugs ard B. Russ'ell of Ga arc introduced into Ihc peritoneal Sen. Hiekenlooper said atoms cavity at operation or they arc giv- were tricky things n i K l nobodv had , •a by moiKh. much experience with 'em, so hi.«J*» " - "' reason why j be left for committee mec inn's Gn „ nfm^H („ (hls schedule, the New Con a hopes lo have tlirte iinportnni ac- to its credit bv ciled as President Truman can afford to .ake off the month of March lo visit Mexico and the Caribbean is- anrts. According to Ihis version, the Re- KibJltaii strategy follows the line .„ ,„., ullllun aollll ,- s hat if Congress does nothing, thc ! at the new low level country will have a chance 2. That will provide promised cover from Democratic aclminfstra- .economies and make room for p-s- lions that .tried to do loo m.ucl:. ^iblc tax cuts. They may not b- as I his is merely another way oi large as the flat 20 per cent origi- statlig the old GOP platlqrm I nMly promised, but thev will I e coniiilisliments April i: !. Cut tli e budget by trom three lo six billion dollars and balance it to have "less government something :j" Take off the controls. „. , ltl ,,,, uvll ive free enterprise a free rein, and will be passed everything will be dandy. | in addition', nepublica, 3. An antis!rike bill of some kind V, , ""••«-•• i, iu nuuiiion, iiepuoiiran Senate from a polllical point of view, it ! leader Taft has promised renewal can also be argued that by not do- ;- of sujjar, rubber, nnd o;'h cr s earce ntt alivUnnEr nils vrnr Jhn Uomil*- i ^....^...».i^.. . ,_ . '. n s anything this year, the '- i commodity controls, n portal pav i/unf II l*l!l .. 1...^ I .. .. .. •' t 1 ",!. , - y conros « Mortal o;".' leans will have that much more to 1 bill, a Iwo-tcrm limit on t'Ve mes- In ami lnl-« «w,,iii r«.. i.. ,n, 0 ,i._ ,_, ... . .. . "• "" """ l °" ' •'" l' IL!l efeetion year. I'l.AX NEW I K C.I SI, AT I ON All this adds up lo make a :>lausll)]e political dope story. Only trouble with it is Hint it isn't an accurate picture of what's going on. OOP leaders sav they want 10 avoid hasty legislation. It is a inat- I succession bill Ai\II!TTIO(JS Congress will then have four months in which to do other things. program, it includes passage of a new housing bill, a national health bill, an ai ( | to education bill, and an<| Navy Departments. There are a number of cither im- inirtnnt matters which may not be handled in th e present session of Congress, ami here there is some Sroinid for the "Do-nothing" criticism. Writing of a ne\v farm program is being deliberately postponed till next year, it now appears Hint revision of the reciprocal trade program and the tariff will be, put off t;l! nest year, iho'.igh a number of throwback Republicans wonlrf like to make speeches about it. Neither or these measures has lo be handled because present laws and programs carry through IQ41I. Tlie Wagner" Act may not be revised this year. Senaior Tali's idea released. As the drains arc removed, healing occurs by natural processes from below. QUESTION: will curare hclt) our 4 r ycar-o!ci child," a victim of spastic paralysis? slie cannot 1 £ic or stand alcnc. ANSWER: Curare will relax muscle spasm temporarily. Tr«a'.- - 01 ' 6 . shollkl b? mor e ter of record that no new CoiW 1 ™ in on of '"re'! s'^rlty cover- ' ever got organized fast enouah to ! aee " t»=,i_. betoro there is action. The Republicans gave the President's first economic report n C' N brush-off. Mailers which should have hart more attention include i n> lir- woil-.s. regionnl development through valley authorities, antitrust action, encouragement of small business, the combating ol business cycles which cause booms and depressions. j IN HOLLYWOOD HV KKSKINE JOIINSOX NS-'/V Staff HOLLYWOOD — <NEA1 —Mere's (he funniest aftermatli to Hie i.a- ralnc Day-Leo Dmocher hciicllim-s: When Larainc eloped \\li\\ Leo. '! Los Angeles newspaper reporter got iiiodniej^oot Miii frtr lies role as an orchestra |e;nlcr j:i "A Miracle Can llaniicn." "Hut." .says Jim- iny, "il' s IU1 ( all-the-way zoot. just sort n r mnot niol." Pre-natal influent; 1 :: The wife of fcrecu writer 1. A. L. Diamond will ,. • . - - —-• -^ ,..,.,,,. thr- mother of twin^. er.=, on the phone and wondered ir - Diamond just wrn 'n '"nvo Guvs the marriage would be legal. Henry From Milwaukee"' -ml "TWO Oms said Ilc thought it would be. | From Texas. '• TUB IIKUNMAKDT STORY When (hey film ihc life Larnine's press agent. Henry Run-i rcon berron "Can we ciuotc you?" asked. Henry, called lo the phone lroi:i i hot poker hand, saki sure. Next day the story read: "Miss Day's press agcnl, Henry lingers, said the marriage would be ie?:a:. Meanwhile, the wire services picked up ihc quote and rushed it i;i newspapers all over Ihc country. Now Uosers is receiving from SO to 100 letters a day trom people all over the nation, under the mistaken impression that he is a divorce expert, asking him questions about the legality o f divorces and marriages. NEW ANGI.K ON COMKI1ACK Here's a different angle on Al Jolsoiv.s comeback as a result ol "The Jolson S'.ory." After re.ulinc our piece abaul Al last week. :i reader writes: "From your .vlirlc I uather Ili.-i' neither you nor Al Jolson Hon (•< think lhat the reason we bobby soxcrs like the Al Jolson records':« because we can't see Jolson ami" sit there thinking it Ls Larry Parts singing." Believe me, this Al Jolwn-Latrv Parks deception i s gcltim- comnli- catcd. * * * So now they're trying to dlscrc;!! 1 iiishion acjkncr liay Drkcoll. \\\\n recently picked thc 10 worst-diT.-,- rri women in Hollywood, by sayin: he's a former waiter in a New Yorl- hotel, it's all -.on,- grapes. DrL'coII did work as a waiter in a New York hotel for several months during the depression The ?n;i;e columnist now about May's Us! headline^ (lie <>;rrovciy wi;"li: "Famous fashion rtfsirncr " d!s-ov- ercd working as wa : !er.' of 5ar«h ni-nihurdt. .story hope tiii-; . ncriihardi anecdote is in the pic- •ine. One nf I U T icadiiiR men. ,le,i:i de Urine. allrm]ite<l lo sympat.liiM with her v.-iii-n ; ar cainr 1 to America for anolhcr lour following the uijic loss ni her Ug in France. "Oh.' 1 said Hcrnhnrdt, "but I'm really to be l:olli;ratulated. No Icncer a:n I just ;iie i-.reateM. :,.:tress in the world. I am now :he creatf-Ft flaiicr;- ;i! s o. who else rnn <lo a split \-. lilt one irg in Ameri- i'n and 'he other in France?" .ysjh:: Uornlln- I,:i- spade lead with the ace and rnif- a sj)ade in ciummy. Now we can see th'.U if (he club suit broke Ihrcc-three. she would not have too much trouble with the hand. However, Sylvia made her great play at this point, without any Sou (I 1 » A 5 V Q R 7 fi * A K K -I 2 *K(i2 Hubber—Ncilhe r vul. \Vrst r.if; ' P.T:S 1 Pass Pas,, Opening— f. North 1 V 2 A 6V ICasl 1 A PilFS Pass Pass 27 I'wiiu; diamond.!. t i, c i c d a small diamond from and allow jtirujiuurni; ,s!c;n;: uoi'nliu- la- M " 1 """" 1 u"m riummy ami altow- mour. sitting on the set 'in a ! '- ci East lo wi " with" Ihe jaek. If brcath-takin-;,. f .O])liisticatcci eve- ' ElllSt relnrncd a spude. slyvia would niiiB pc\vi-_ kinttinc; brdsocks for' Irlll "l> it in dummy, take thice her husband. ' • I''"mids o! trumps. <-a.s!i the ace ot lilamonds and ni!f a <ltninonil. I'hus the diamonds would be cs- McKENNEY JOH BRIDGE 'Si/lria' Scores On Another Freak 1SV U'lU.IAM !:. McKKXNKY __ Amrrir.Vs Card Alilhority U'riilen fn r Nt:.Y Service Several year* ; ,i',n j wrote about mine hands ;ha: I called "Sylvi.x" iiands. and in lhe:u Svlvla alwavs seemed (o do the vuWi: tht7i>t bill it always turned out well. We have Thus the diamonds would be -.. '.aWishcd for the !w» rhilj discards. if retui-nrti a ciiamond. Sylvia would win with the king, pick up the trumps, and West would ilnd himself K qu c e/.ed. He could not prolccl clubs nnd diamonds. You will find that no return Hut L'afl could m.ikc would •-:-.!,;, Sylvin from making her contract, and it would have bcc-n imp:.s s ih;c for lier (o make it without p'uyin^ the unall dbinoiui from rluinniy. ° Wholesale Prices Up S''r.N'ILM,\ T HELPS Two-thirds of the 30,000 lonitis deaths which occur . would have" to br- j,,,,ai,. peri- Somewhere between $250.000,000 the and 5500.000,000 a year. (Mr. Tru- United Stales each year result, from imn budgeted SMCflOO.OOQ 1 for Hie perforations of an inflamed appendix. Surgeons now are reporting marked reduction in fatalities from disease by continuous pencillin commission.) So yon add (as the members of Ihe Appropriations committee a riders) 8254,821.87 for thc commitee .. or c commce injce;ions in the veins, decomprcs- and $500,000.000 for the commission sum nr !.,„ . (n ,,,^,, „.,.,. . ...,„ ' iion of the stomach with a tube, and supportive treatment. Placing drams in lh e abdominal . you get an organization, -Mill thousands of scientists, technicians ai>d clerks, vast buildings, and a < , v un cavity in peritonitis is one of the buc'get nearly five times ' inoct exacting surgical procedures.' that" Of the Justice "Department. Experienced operators learn to Six times bigger than the Labor know where to place these drains : Department. that the largest amount of ac- ! Sen. Hickenloopcr went, on to sav cumulated infectious material is '. that the lawmakers i n n charge of commissioners in charge of atoms would need as starters a director, a denuty. five section chiefs, 10 secretaries, four investigators five auditors, a clerk and a messenger. They also -,vant 15 consultants to work live days a month at S50 a "And where are you goim; to put all this staff?" demanded" Sen C. physician about child's case. ineiu can be repeated Ask your ] Wayland Brooks of Illinois. "In the physician abo'.it its use in your l capitol?" Sen. Hiekenlooper said lhat was the idea, where, asked Sen. Mil- Jard TyeiingTB of Md., did he in'end to put senators? Sen. Tydings foresaw the day when every city ha s its atomic power plant and atoms are running 15 Years Ago hi Blyiheville — A proposal for the organization of a chain of canning plants in this section be explained to interested parties at thc City Hall here tomorrow night by J. C. Cache! and C. Grant chase, St. Louis. Miss Martha Chambers, student at Blue Moulain college, returned home yesterday, having quit school iH'.-aiise of eye trouble. Clarence Vollmer has relumed from Memphis where he spenl several days on business. In a debate held yesterday at Blylheville High school Harold Sudbury nad Bin Crowe took the affirmative on Ihe question: "Rc- soivcil that Washington contributed more to America than Edison." Clurcnce Webb and Albert Taylor assigned the negative side. wrj e Paul man. Kiikindall served chair- 19. I94G. A year stood at J4.1G. the as airplanes, steamships, locomolives, and the Oth- mnn furnace. he said. "i :; about five years you're goin<; to need the wnolc Senate Office Ruildtni> to hold vour atom staff." Hiekenlooper said that was thc way it looked, all right. He then beat it to another committee to worry about Lilienthai some more. The Appropriations Committee returned to Gen. Fleming, his OPA and how l o do a littie economizing, "'it. it's heart wasn't in its work. Hicli and low The highest and lowest continental altitudes in the world arc on Ihe same continent — Asis Mount Everest j s tho highest, and the Dead Sea thc lowest. Highest and lowest points in the United States arc not only i n California, but in the same county of that state. Read Courier News Want Ads. Heads Committee VERTICAL 1,5 Pictured U.S. I Taunt represeiiiative 2 Native metal :i Kxclamalion A Bird's home 5 Domesticated B Exlciil 7 Two (prefix) ID Croat 11 Gel up 12 Merriment 11 Identical 20 tfjvcr 22Cr,iuj;y hill 23 While 2-i Near S3 Apucl (ab.) 27 We 10 Grafted (her.) « Compass point 26 Hymn of 47 F-icililv I!) Neither !) Tear praise 48 Girl's nick !2Bilc 29 Perish name ISMispTacc 31 Conlury (ab.) 49 Otherwise Area measure 3'1 System of SO Singing voice signals 52 Now (comb 35 Genuine form) 37 Struggle !H Joke ' 38 Paradise 56 Chacs •14 Whip 58 Symbol for •10 Concludes erbium • NEW YORK. Veil. 27. <UP> — \Vlu-lc5.\U fond p:i.-cs have revile;! not 1-cnvcl f- ; m'8;ivi';'yor"miite"ai"'lv !>Ulime "?" *"" , T " CM S " W while, but -he cvne t h ?ur»',"-'," G " alul * hcM ' Ulln bealltifullj (01 lu "i'•nil.,' i,,i>!i 'V' 1!r:1 " nstl 'e'-:. I:-.,-. rrro-.tcd to- Perh.uxs thi ; . ivpif.'U . dlscii'scd working as a waiter i.s n Vj<vau be Ihevc actualiv Bvadstvect index in use n column I dirt on 'uni two years u» > .limmy slowa in a; round logic in Hi,- P ;.; y as made. Sylvia (Nnrlln \,on ih ( - j was 13 oi-ni.i ;it;)ve tiie previous high of $6.<» established on ,\;iv. 17 Jouiney 18 Gaelic 20 More prc cipilous •J8Tii]iercrt piece ^! Cloaks of wood 24 Accede ^" Molher-of- pcarl •!2 Anger •<3 GolC mound 34 Crawl -3G Spear SO Whirlwind •lOliye (Scot.) 11 Half-cm •12 Alleged fo/co 43 Split pea •!S Female rufts Sd Mimic r-1 Arior 53 Brail 5J Valley •W Oispiitclics S7 Chair v^SHe is chairman of Ihc appropriations committee to Therefore fi n 5l'

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