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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO. H.' W. HAINES, Publisher JAMES L. VERHOEFF, Editor PAUL. D. HUMAN, Advertising Manager , Sole National Advertising Representatives: Wallace Witmer Co.', New York, Chicago, Detroit, Atjanta, Memphis. 1 — • •Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday Entered as second class matter at the post- office lit Blytheville, Arkansas, under act of Congress, October 9, 1917. , Served by the United Press SUBSCRIPTION HATES: By carrier In the city of Blytheville or any suliurban town where carrier service Is maintained, 20o per week, or 85c per month. p'y mail, within a radius of 40 miles, $4.00 per year, $2.00 for six months, $1.00 for three months; byi mall outside 50 mile zone, $10.00 per year payable in advance. THOUGHT THURSDAY •He that hideth haired with lyloi lips, anil he* thai utlcreth a slander Is a fool.—1'ruvfrbs 10:18. '. • • • Who dares think one thing and another iclj, my heart detests him.—Homer. How Good a Bargain? There is something disquieting about Russia's sudden accepUric.c of . tlie A"meneah trusteeship plan fnr the former Japanese-mandated Pacific islands. The general press reaction has betrayed a fear of the Greeks bearing' gifts. Even Russia's belated admission tjjjst the United States had sotm.llimjj trjdo with winning the war bring;; only passing satisfaction. 'Z Thii~govefhmeiit certainly lias jus- tifce on its side in asking strategic con- tjjbl of a UN trusteeship over these • islands. They are neither populous, progressive, nor a source of great wealth. They • are principally valuable as military outposts. As such, they offer this country one avenue of protection against air attack Jrom the i F«r East, •£ There is no reason to charge us with aggressive or imperalistic inten- ti^ns. Even if we did not have a pJoud record as colonial governors of the Philippines, 'the naltirp of these islands and their inhabitants would pretty well rule otiUany accusation of imperialism. " But does the United States have \yjsdom on its side in this matter? In itl broad request for exclusive military, ah', naval, and economic rights in this territory our government seems to have done the following things: - ? 1. Reaffirmed a faith in power politics and balance-of-power philosophy. '; « Reversed the American policy, stated in two wbrld wars, of not ask- asking any territorial reward for victory. ^ Established an undesirable" prece- d|nt if ihe American trusteeship plan wins UN approval, as now seems likely. , The Soviet government, as is-' well known, has annexed some 250,000 square miles and almost 25,000,01)0 people since V-J Day. It is unlikely that Russia would forget her generous agreement to the American trusteeship plan if a question were raised aboit this accomplished annexation, or about any future Russian annexation ol former enemy-held territory. . The Soviet government's acceptance according to Secretary of State Marshall, stressed the point that American armed forces had played the decisive role in Japan's defeat, ai'.ti that i". waging that war we had made far greater sacrifice than the other Allies - The same thing can .be sa j<; an ,i has been said, of course, about ilussia in; theaters of war from the Ktl.e in Germany all the way to Manchuria If we accept Russian approval on these Russian terms, can America refuse lo accede with equal grace to further R^ss,an requests of the same sort? ~ Why does America want (he IVr-ifi.- islands, anyway? There i s no thre-it of. aggression in the Far East except ifbm Russia. .The predicted rockets oyer-the-Arctic of the future; may make such distant bases unnecessary So apparently the idea is to keep R US sia.out of these- islands now and perhaps provide further defense against attack by conventional aircraft in the , next few years. j- Undoubtedly the United Slates is the logical power to occupy these lum- •di-O'Js of small, primitive, faraway islands. ButYare they a good bargain at the price which Russia's ready ac- A National Allergy A German, arrested by American officers for helping two countrymen escape from jail, had a novel explanation of his «ct. lie said than his nephew had hyptonoti/ed him into impersonating an American investigator and springing the nephew and a companion out of the Ileidlebcrg jail house, 1 We are sorry to hear this, because susceptibility to hyplonism se^ms to be a national Gorman wcakne.s,. We seem to recall another hyplonist of sorts, an insignificant undersi/.ad man with a pair of burning eyes who pulled his act on the whole nation. He got them to impersonate n race of supermen wilh dire results. We hope that the Allied governments will declare all mesmerist.! illegal and out of bounds to natives, si-xco sn many of the natives are altogether too willing to be hyptonixed into thinking they're something better than I hoy arc. VIEWS OF OTHERS A Balanced Application , Three Impressions from the reccnl National Labor Rotations Board ruling In fuvoi- -X the St. Petersburg (Pin.) Times as ayainsl tin: Typographical Union, A. P. of L., slat-il out strongly: 1. Where newspapers are concerned, organized labor seems to be dlEjilaylns a queer genius in pushing disputes to extremes i-gainst Us (ricnds. (Witness -the recent cas^ of the Philadelphia Record and the Guild, c. I. O.) 2. The NLRTJ has conic a long way from Its position of ten ycai-s ago toward an evenhanded Interpretation of the Wiigncr Act.. "3. The Wagner Act still needs revising—a conclusion which one can reasonably read into the Board's own words. The St. Potcrsburit Times nncl Its editor Nelson Poyntcr, have long had .1 reputation for friendliness to organised labor. This fact, apparently, did not soften Hie ;attitud ; of the striking union. But it did influence the NLRB in what promises to Ijo n significant decision. The Board rules that what an employer snys during a dispute, even though (as in case) "inept atid misguided," must, he Judged fair or unfair under the Act in the whole ixnlcxi. of his dealings with his employees, not, "in isolation.' 1 Consistent with this position is another ruling: One side's willing to bargain collectively must be judged in the light, of the other's ni- tlturlf. If the union refuses to bargnii^ the employer's willingness cannot have bc'en fairly tested. The Board l^'ccwlse reaffirms more clearly the principle that nn employer has ;t riyhl lo hire replacements for "economic strikers' li. e., employees who withhold their services a s a leverage for better pay) as distinct from employees who have struct against all«:e.| unfair labor practices. The latter retain a. presumptive right to re ins la lenient. The Wagner Act, In the Board's own words, "imposes no affirmative duty to bnrgr-iii upon labor organizations." Ii; spile of this, the NLRB reasoned Its wny to a fair decision. Nevertheless, here is one place where Congress, by balancing the obligations which the Act Im- poscs > could remove a cause of many stubborn disputes. —CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. BARBS BY HAL COC1IKAN Making yon write home is about the only good tiling i nat being broke docs. » * • The best reason for keeping your temper is that nobody else wants nny part ,>i it. • * * One or tile earliest .signs of spring is when golfers start shining up (heir golf clubs—and brushing up the vocabulary. * » a A rubber company official says there will be enough tires to go around in 1917. Unless Ihey go around loo fast. • • » It's the old jaloppy that makes .->omc of inc old-timers recall the days when a horse aiwnys would sttrt on ; v cold morning. * » » One answer lo the nation's surplus ol canned goods: give the ladies opcncrs-aa.l ]cl Ihelr husbands call them. SO THEY SAY Parlies in many cases accept all Ihe voles lliey can gel from women and tlicn quickly forget about them until the next election rolls around. That's the sort of thing we are fighlin;; against.—Miss Edcs.se Dahlgren of New York', chairman Multi-Parly committee of Women. We have had a cessation of hostilities but we have no genuine peace.—Secretary of. stale Marshall. The United States is not strong because of her weapons but because of the wealth of her whole |HX)ple.-Dr. Chen Li-fu, Chinese Economic Research Committee director. We Americans are so imbued with the desire to do good that we forget the bookkeeping. We waul to give everybody a job on Uncle Sam's Payroll and we can't bear to cut him off when lie is no longer needed,—Sen. Harry F. By/d (Di ol Virginia. Sugar-Coated Reducing Pill THURSDAY, MAHCI! G, 1947 Now THEM, it WONT BE <o BARD "To SWALLOW' Capitol Observers Wonder How Long Marshall's Honeymoon as Secretory of State Cow Continue Hy PKTKK i;i)SON NJw\ VVa.shinglou Correspondent WASHINGTON. March ti. (NEA) —Big topic for speculation in Washington Is how long Oen. George C. Marshall's "honeymoon" as Secretary of state will last. No one has yet had an unkind word to aay about him. But as one cphj;ress~- innn points out, "He hasn't astcd us for anything as yet, and \ve haven't asked him for anything." In the few weeks he has been in the Stale Department, Marshall has shown he is a far abler administrator than either Hull or Byrnes ever.were. Marshall's hig test will come at Moscow' when he-goes up against the Russians in negotiations on Austrian and German (jwici.' treaties. Margaret Truman hopes to make her debut as an opera or concert singer next year. Bui, she doesn't want to open In Washington. S.u:; she's afraid she'd recognize too many people In the audience and get sta-'e fright. Newspapermen covering the !O:IH- :lrawn-out McKellar inquisition nn Dave Lilienlhal's nomination lo i jc halrmnn of the Atomic Energy Commission have In dull moments made lip their own slate of five members who could really run the. project into the ijnuincl. McKeliar would be chairman and under him woiticl be Bilbo, O'Danlel, Guv. Ilnr- iiinu Talmadge, nncl Congrcsin>.i:> John Rankin. Or as an alternate, the Republican 13-tir.im could be rim iij^-Biewster. JBricker. Butler. Budges, and Brooks. ISVESTKiATKS <HV\' BABY .Those much-advertised Republican probes of Democratic adminis- trjniion. mistakes aren't doing ioo well.. Latest venture b Ron. o.ve.n BjxT.jstcrs War Investigating Com-I njlltce inquiry on '.luward H\iglio.i's "~ flllillion world's largest f!y!ii:' The laugh of thi:; is that Ihe. L of this project I'rev; out IBS held by the. s:ams com- ' itice when Hurry Truni.iu was a squalor. iln July, la-12. Hrniy Kaiser cume ttj luwn. full of plans to build fMir? bspts which would licit the subm^- 1 i-igc menace. Thr Truman Commit- [ li* gave him a hearing. That pub-j lieity btiikl-np in.st)irecl the \Viir i''-o-l duction Hoard to give Kaiser an; Sis million experimental contract: against Army Air Forces advice. I Khiser took in Hughes as partner.] Then Kaiser lost interest and pu'.ied i out. Now the War Invcstiga'.in<<' Committee is investigating its c.wii clilld. ' ). IN HOLLYWOOD ! now a buyer for a Kcv; York dc- j parlmcnt store ' » - * j 'Joan Crawford's explanation for her current :ui:h< club • cavorlins willi different K warns: "I'm h.iving my fii'st vacation in three years.] I'm free ;ir.m a job and a husband—and I'm loviu;; ii." . . . Star Dick Powell an ( | Writer Jay Dratler hd.e tlu-y can laud Ava Gardner as Dick's co-star in "The Pitfall." '; * * i Sight c-f the v,ock; Gary Grant Liking harp lr.>sou s for his vole as :i'i an;:i-l in •• The nishop's Wife." baby Eette Davis experts her April. . . . The picture, "i hjs inspired n p-iiume by the same name, and you'll .soon be smelling it. The perfume, no; the • picture. ; "DUi;i." STII \, IIKI.I) LT ! Jane Kuinil oolii'cted tl. r >.Ct,0 for jt:>at one wee!; .-.uiginii date at '.he • Latin Qunr-rr in Miami Beach, i . . . C. Aubrry Smith sails for I'ngland Min'rh 2'2 to co-star with Vauloltc GiHUiani in "An Ideal , Husband." . . . There's still no : ntling from ;hc ix-'.'ion of Drcoiicv on the fain of ihe movie. "Duel in the Sun.' :>,ivicl o . Se^nicl; Is holding up tin- lilm's national release, however, until the ruling u-.adc. BY ERSKlNi: JOHNSON , liiat Oscar. "T,, Eleh His Own" Nt'A Stuff Corrcs]icmilciit • w ill be rr-iK.sucd natiun.ill'- bv l''ir- HOIAYWOOD - (NEAI - How ; , : j 10 ,m< June NasVnnco- the! does a movie producer's .secretary chriing of Cur oan» comedies, is ! become a movie actress? "It was easy," brunette Jorja Curtrlglit, who looks a little like Chmdette Colbert, said. "I jnst dramatized his mail." Before we explain, we better loll you that Jorja is n Texas sal who came to 'Hollywood lo become a movie slar. Unable to crash studio .;atcs as an actrcs-s. she took a job as Producer Seymour Neben- znl's secretary. That's when Jorja really starjcd ailing. Neben/al frequently called her into his office to read back letters be had dictated. "I sorl of dramatized them." .Icrjii rnnfiilcd. "I K ave them the Helen Hayes treatment." It W'orked too. Ncbcnzal finally .^id. "Jorja. you even give a business letter a dramatic reading, if you ran make a dull letter sound interesting you could certainly read lines in'a movie." Result: Jorja made her film debut as Fran in Nebenzal's mm r. 'Whistle step.'' Now i,lu-'s playinu- another role in the new Ncljri«,\l Him. "Heaven Only Knows." Hut she's still Neb.-u/als socro- inry between pictures. When hi says. "Take a movie. Miss Cu:t- risbt.' 1 Jorja puts on greasepaint "Ol.ITH'.U, I OOTHAI.I, Those Iwo Ulah senators are --ill throwing bricks nt Ihe mov e "Ramrod." following j; s g,], L:l >.-,, City premiere. TJul here's the l'iw- down. as supplied by I-'nieuv ••.* Studio. Enterprise made all the arrai-- - mciils with Gov. Herbert li Maw He's a Democrat up for ic-eliou'i" The complaining senators who s iii' ""ami-oil" should be rallod '-Ham- rod.' are Republicans. Yollcd Ibc sluilin: "Thoj'ro making n riolilic.il foothull out of the picliirc'." Dnuglns Wliitlock, Washington lobbyist for building materials industry, and one of the must violent critics of government spending for the veterans' housing program! hris now reversed himself compls-liily. flit; big campaign used to be ch-it if private industry were just 1-1 alone. It would build all the hoiii.- needed. But now Wliitlock w;::v,'s the government to appropriate more money so the Department of I.-Unr can train more apprentices fo 1 ' the building trades. S8 BII,r,IOX UUDGET OUT It has not been publicized, hut President Truman cut nearly s:t billion from expense estimates'of government agencies before Jie sent l,is budget niDssngr to Congress. If original requests i>v government departments had been forwarded to Congress as submitted, the budget w;n;kl have been $45 billion instead of ihe S37.5 billion it was before Congress applied the axe. Senators ill Republican conference complained bitterly when .S»n Hobcit Taft first suggested that the Ssnate meet on Monday and Wednesday nights to speed up legislation. They said it would interfere with their social engagements. TaP snid thcv could be taken care of on other nights of th; week, stuck l-j his point, and won out. cli:ur.:;io:;s. while in New York we had four- bridge writers. The Ciii- Jagp team remained champions, coming out with a perfect s:ore on the etui/. I had the pleasure of presenting over the racJ.o Jife mcn-.bL'rsmfi cards in the Amencan Contract. AKQJC7-13 * K 3 7 2 A A 1(1 D V .185 » A 8 C 3 * A 10 S N W E S Dealer A 52 V 3 7 -1 3 •» Q J 10 * Q 8 3 2 V AK 1062 » S4 * J 0 7 G -1 Tournament— Neither vul. Smith West North Knst Pass 1 * ,, Pass Double Pass Kcdoublc Pass Pass Opening— $ Q Pass I'ass Pass Tl-'dsro League to Chicago's seve life masters, who arc- Walter Ja K:'!ph Keirpm-r. William M G:\i-c Jules C. Bans, and Ataynard D. aix> prcscntod Richard life Laralne Day's next picture at K&O will lie "Alice Adams." she'll Leo nurocher in New 'Voik. ---.. ... lnn Tf Olivia do Havillaiid McKEHHEY ON BR8DGE .Test in Redoubling At the l'\uir Level I1Y \VII.!.7A>I i.;. 3;.Kt;NM'.Y : Aun-rlc.-i\ f'c-.rd .\iilfiorily ^. Written for N'l-;.\ Service 1 hard an inliTc^ijnj: ix : i,iiicn .1 short inn;- r.-y) on the rari ; rcgram "Q\::;- o;" Tivo {r:tie.-." Chicago we inn! !!:(» newly ,-:cw:i- I... r:cy, a memicr of the York q;;iz (ram. with his me.ster-lile member card when four br.dg,-, wrilers icscih-n-. there is bound to be a diFCUFsio); ot a lianri. Bud Coiiyrr. tl:c N?w York quizmaster, was in- tcrosicd in the- discussion as to | how today's hand shoul.l be fcjd. i Slioulrl South c])-n l!-o oirtoiii"'.' is j when We.M riouWrs Noith's lou'r- spe.r..- bid, sliciild Souih r,>doui!.-V -We all seorr.cd to Hgroo thai Souths rf double was not too -sound. S'.ianpely enough, however, when this hand wa.s jrlaycd in " duplicate game, several pairs did get into four .spades dciulcd a:ui make the contract wlicn West refused to go nn with hi.s are on the o; eiHi.i; diamond lead. N'orfh won t!ic trick wilh the kirn;, and discarded his losing king .of clubs on ci.mim>'s kTng of l:carts. wins • rd men's national to \:,i-i'>f-lom\ earth. •i.ake Mead, formed by Hou'.der dam, is the largest artificial body ol water in Ihe world, it holtls rnougli w atcr to ,-,ive flCOO gallons l^> every human inhabitant on Othman Forgets His Sciatic Pain While Listening to Soap'i >eros The DOCTOR SAYS itv WII.MAM ,\. O-HHIKN, M. i>. Written fcr NEA Service Slopping any drug which has een (itkni for n long time mav cause a psychologic upset (habitua- tiom. Jf 1), addition u> a craving :<" it the patient becomes ill from its withdrawal, the condition -s called addiction. H is possible to become accustomed to taking any kind of medicine, including pink pills, but stop- Pins these types is not a serious problem. In true addiction, which rexultx from continued use of mor- p.-.'ne. cocaine, or marihuana, the body does not [unction properly 'or some time after they a r e discontinued. n>iiL>.s which relieve pain v -e ong (he most valuable discoveries by man. Lives arc .saved by their use through giving added r es>, •'•"ti \ital forces nrc !'i\:- Yot fhe--e .-r.me <lrUi-'s <0])ium anci 'laji ;)i ;! :uv are probably responsible lor mo-* ii!il:iippiiipss than any other ol man's discoveries, as th"v arc chi-f- re.«|:oiif;ibJe for drn; :idd::;':~n. J'ne number of addicts iir this country in not known because the. ilrus habit la n secret practice until the users are apprehended or •Itintarily report for trcatmen' Most adtiicts start to use drtiKS before they are 30, chiefly from rcmtact with associates or those v.-ho peddle drugs. Addiction il itr;'- i"K a physician's treatment accounts for only five per cent of the cases. (JIVES STIMIII ATIN'G EFFECT Cocaine users derive satisfaction from its stimulating effect upon the brain, it makes them talkative, restless, excited, and less tired following heavy work. Physicians employ cocaine chiefly ror Its local offect in blocking nerve impulses, to relieve pain at operation, and not for its effect on the central nervous system. Opium, which i s obtained trom the milky juice of the opened \m- npe ser<| capsules of the poppy plant, is a source of morphine, codeine, pauaverinc, and other substances. Opium 01- its derivatives dulls pain and induces sleep. In moderate doses it makes the patent ice! happy, free n f worry, rc- .axcd, but unable lo make decisions, cptleine and papaverine have ••'•.YS tendency lo cause addition 'linn mot-pliinc and arc used in -nses Of lps :i severe pain. Cannais i n d i c a (marihuansif. ibich is not used as a medicine, causes a dreamy state in its users ••vho iiwiy brcome so excited that they do har m to themselves or oth- rs. i * " '* QUESTION: The other day j was ! sitting at a (able outing a sand- '; wich when my heart "raced for about half a minute. Could this be due to heart trouble? it has happened several times since. 1 ANSWPR: An examination by j your physician will determine the cause of these spells in which your heart races. It conW be due to one several causes: Landslide Kills I en in Bolivia; SO Suffer Injuries I A PA2. Bolivia, Mar. G.— (UP) — Authorities reported today [hat 10 persons were ki]| c< ) nncl GO v.?re injured in a landslide which swept across (he main highway running "p into the mountains from la I'm. Heavy rains undermined a cliff I'longskle Ihe highway and it final- 'y gave wny. The landslide crushed a mimtKr of women who were washing clothes in a stream at the foot ol the cliff. Uniform in Color Canaries, in the wilri s'.ate. on the Can.iry Islands, arc uniform in color and markings, just as wilh other wil ( | birds of the world. 1 BY Mti;m:im;K c. Llulcd Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON. Mar. u.— <vi>>— I ,vas flat on my back in my bed of pain, \rnHi)!g for my sciatica to get lieiter. I switched on the radio. "You mits.t use whispu lo make that good cild-fa-sliloned, tender gingerbread." snid Aunt Jenny. She went Into do:ail nbuiu ginijrrhread production; kind of made me hungry. "Now get out your puds and pencils, ladies," Aunt jenny continued, "for my cream and chopped d.'iie'j gingerbread topping." f She said take u C up of molasses, a cup of cream, ;l few chopped dates, and whip same lo^ellier. "By 'he nay. Aunt Jeiny." interrupted the announcer. "How are Cramps and Ju:m today?' 1 Aunt Jenny .said let's lind out and- tang—we did. we went down to the cellar where Gramps, an evil old man. wa s grunting 'and H-iMngiirg with a pick-axe, looking for a treasure chest. Joan was holding Ihe lantern, but she didn't Inve her heart in her work. She .said she was nervous. "Steady, gal," Oramps snarled. He got Ihe box open, it was full of new $100 bills. Grami-s counted t'lem. HI- added SBO.CCU worth. Joan said he oiiglit lo lind the rightful o-vners. "Finders, keepers, heh-hcli-lieli." replied Cramps. Aunt Jenny C amc in wilh word Hint tomorro.v w e will learn wliu <>wn s the cash; she said .she'd also hnve. a grand new whispo recipe. I want to assure her now thai I'll be listening. My doc won't let me do anything else. I sj:cnt (lie afternoon wilh Ihe soap oprys. I faced life wilh portia. learned about true love from Ma Ptrkim. and spent a tragic 15 minutes w ilh somo folks who weren't having much luck exercising their i'.ght to happiness. The romance of IIc!e u Trent 1 did not EC; to hear because I did- ' n't have enough ears, ol - radios either. Almost every seitin;. on the dial was spouting s oap oprys. Instead of lien's troubles i heard Ella's. This Ella is a nice, motherly woman, who is plagued by crooked relatives. Her niece momentarily i s trying to get her committed to the insane asylum anci thus BCI her clutches on Ella's money. ".She's utterly ruthless." Ella said. The announcer said furthermore that if anybody cared t« send in n laoel from the soap box. he would Jonvard by return mail nine beait- • uiil, double-folded, six-color greeting cards, including t.\o hope-yoit- M-t-well cards. These arc nic e to have in your desk ror emergencies, Jie said. I lollowcd frightened Jessica into the broom closet, where her shrill-voiced mother threw her. s o her father wouldn't get to sr-e: her. One d.iny ihing a fi»r another happened on the radio, but what I'm getting at is what's wrong wi:li soap oprys? why all the complaints Irom do-gooders? If I were a lady on my knees scrubbing the kitchen floor. I'd lake soap opry anytime to Shosta- kovich. It would make me forget my troubles. Those poor devils on the radio are in .such a mess all the time that anybody else's problems by comparison are minor. Even my sciatica is nothing as to what happened to jusi plain Bill. I certainly hope Bill cnmes out of it. Tomorrow I'll find oul. 15 Years Arjo In Blytheville — The mcrcuiy dropped to 20 last nij'lu. This is the lowest temperature recorded here this winter. Hoyrt McConnick, Clear Lake farmer, perished in the flames that destroyed the two-story, East End Hotel, an East Main Street landmark, about three o'clock this .'norniug. Jeff Woodburn, 71, long time resldcnl, of this city, died at the family home here at noon today. Mrs. J. Neal oesell Ls spending this n-cvk in Newport wilh M r . Ocsell. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cox visited in Memphis over the week end. Screen Star HORIZONTAL l,-l Pictured actress 10 Existed 13 Charged atom M Conceive 15 Fish IfiFcnr 18 Railroad (ab.) H) DemcsiK! estate 21 Symbol for neon 22 Onward 2D She a screen star ?.•! Cliarner :'.? Indian tent :u Masticate ?,?. Skills H3 Over (contr.) 311.'.vclainntions 35 Journey 37 Genus of shrubs 38 Soothsayers •fO All •11 Butterfly •12 Steamship (ab.) •H Mother •ISVcrtioat •IS Symbol for tanlalum •fD Supine ' 53 Cereal grain :V| L.ovi'r of self :">7 T.ixi^ iu;n 5S Goddess nt infuiuntion r>0 Kxcrts a retui iniluonce i::l Insifihl VKKTICAL 1 Assistance 2 Neither 3 Compass point A Tarried r> Paid notice G Dry (comb, form) 7 Mountain pool 8 And (I.alin) 9 Forgive 10 Be victorious 11 liustle 12 Indian weight 17 Again '20 13c\vilciercd 24 Natives of Scotland 25 At that place 215 Weird 23 Prattle 29 Anesthetic 30 Treatise 3G Meat 37 Man's name 39 Subdue •iO Kjix.-ts •12 Portico 43 Levantine kclcb 45 Genus of. Brasses 46 Column •17 Indian 00 Wapiti 01 English cinque port 52 Number 55 Tapuyan 56 Street (ah.) 5Z~

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