The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1952 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVir.T.E (AKK.) COURIER NEWS TTEDKRSDAT, MARCH 12, HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN Things in the Morning's Mail: Old Man, Avoid That 'Sloppy Look' NEW YORK <AP>—ThinpR a mnn learns from leading his mail ; It is even more imiwrtant lor older workers than young workers to avoid a sloppy look. . . In the boss's aye carelessness hi personal grooming is ft "limc-lo-re- tirc-him" signal. . . A survey by the Northwestern National Life Insurance Company of 3,000 male polIcyhoWers si i a wed only 24 ner cent wanted to quit altogether nt 65. Some 39 per cent wnutid li keep their present Jiihs and 37 per cent wan ted to slow rioivn a bit but keep doing something useful- Boxing has been under intermittent public attack ever .since the days when the Romans juim- inelerf each oilier to death in the arena. . . But it Is .still big business. . . Some 215,000 men engaged in pri/.e fights in 1951, of whom '24,365 were nrofe&stonsils. . . , There were four deaths, but only one was in a professionnl bout, . , Boxing gloves wore first used hi modern times its a bout in Paris In 181Q. Racing !s known n-s "ihe sport ol kings," but do you know whal king actually ran u footrace with a horse? It was Thomas Jcffcr- House Okays Fund For Inauguration WASHINGTON (API— Congress has- set the bait rolling for next, year's presidential inauguration. The House passed and sent to the Senate .yesterday a scries of resolutions authorising a S55,tOO appropriation for the protection oT life and property in connection with the ceremonies, permitting the quartering 1 of troops In public buildings, and governing the granting of permits for u.^e of , public property during the exercises, The stinging nettle Is a Jellyfish whlc can parn]y?,e s/iiBl] fish with Its barbs. It then pulls them into iU mouth. son's old foe. George Ihe third <>f Etif.'liMKt. He became a link- bul- iny u]),stHfrs after Jo.Miig Mink'n. i eu if ruiy pi evidential cumU- daics today have or need lUc limK-P"WT of Giwge White* field, tamou.? 18th century Method Lst missionary. He could speak loudly enough to be Jicaid by UO.GOO people, Actor David Gar- ifck once said WliiU'ftPki'.s oratorical jxnver was so xient lie coultl reduce an auclicMu-c to tears tntM'cly by tlie way he pn muni iced "Mcsfxxarnla". Half the blindness innontc New York children of pic-.sdjuu] ;i^o Is caused hy a disease milieu t<i uf a deciide a^O. Called RHi n- tental Fibrosiila.sijt, It affects only premature in fonts uf low weight. Cro>A-eyE;d anri tjcju-.sivliUMl children mually rank amoni; the Iwst studcnl.s, the Aineticiiti C)p- fomctne Association snys;, It al.^o hiu found color-blUKiiic^s i.s livi- tinier a.s comuion anuin^ IJOVN ii.s girls. Dul it Ls the ^iils -A-hnVrow tip and buy thom ChriMiuas ties. West Memphis Hospital Needs Paying Patients WEST MKMPHIS. Ark. <AP> — A searcliy ol pfiyhiK putJeiils hits driven the now CriltfMidrn County Hospital ijito financial difficulties. Administnuoi- Richard R Sennas sairl the 100-b'Xl institution neinLs a govcuntH'nt hutn to tide it over until Jl can support itself. County JudKc \V. K. UiBiain last night sak) he find called Sen. Ftil- brlfht (D-Ark> in Washington. In- Crnm asked Fulbrisht to arntnge for a dUcusslon of a necon.^tnic.-- tion finance Corporation loan. Since the hospital opened las I. October it bus been ready to handle fll least 50 patients, But Scriw* snfd not. more than 31! had been entered at any ne time. Taff Documents Go to Library Family of Former President Donates Letters, Papers WASHINGTON 1,1',-Half a nill- li"Ji papers, letters ami documents om:c held by tile late President William Howard Tuft HIK! oilier members t,t the Tall (amity luwc Ijfcii pri-wnU'd to HIP Library of CoJigre.w, tile library .iiinumiced today. The dcxiuijienls ucrc uive.ji as a cifi liy Tuft's lline diildren. stn. Robert A. Ta.fi of Ohio, attorney Chiu-les P. Taft of Cindriiiiill and Mrs. Frederick Maiming, (loan of Hryn Mawi- <PH> College. A library spokesman said (he pa- IJHIS may hn consulted only through permission of tlie family until Jnn 1. IBM). He said Die papers include a doc- iinifiiliuy record of Tail's unreel- as lire.'lili'nt, chief Justice of the. United .States. Koverni'r-firneral of the Philippine [slands, sm-elary of war and protestor ol law at Yale Uni- Polict Lose Guns, Keys to Car as Pair Outmaneuver Officers . CHICAGO (API — Two uniformed policemen lost their guns and the keys lo their squacl car to t\vo ^Kuninen they sought to question ye.steruay. The gunmen turned on the t'A'o policemen after the officers curbed their car and started to mjes- Uon the two men. The bandits fled in their own car. The Klrandeil policemen, John F'lynn and Richard McLean, telephoned Rogers Park Police Station for a duplicate .set of keys, drove back to the slation and rc- Itorted the robbery. ver.sity. Included, among the papers flre letters from Theociorc RGOscvcU, Woodrow Wilson, Charles Evans Hughes, Nicholas Murray Butler, Willis Van De Vnnter and others, The spokesman said the documents represent a "valuable addl- ilim lf> tl'e llb-iu-y's collection in the field of American history, which Include the p:iptr.s of most of the former presidents of the United States." "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved in 63-80% v of the cases in dodoes' tesls! •Those sulfocatmij"h<!ut waves" — :il ten lilting with nervous, clammy feelings — and uccom- pauiccl often by rc.silc.ss Irri- t;ihi!ily and net voii.snr.s.s — are well-known to women su(Teeing the func;t.i<>niiJJy-i;aiisccl dj.sLres.s of middle life "change"! You want reUof from such-suffering. 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