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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 17, 1952
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XLVII—NO. 302 Blythcville Courier Blythevlllc Daily News Mississippi Valley Leader Blytheville Herald m,YTHKVJl.LK, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1952 TWENTY PAGICS SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENT3 Voters Elect 19 School Directors; Manila Ups Levy 20-Mill Boost Wins Approval; Ciiildress Gets County Board Post Ninteen district school board directors and one member of the County Hoard of Education were elected in Mississippi County Saturday. The only oroposed tax in- crease on the ballot won approval. I Enemy Sprayed By Yank Pilots On Frontlines Red Shore Guns Hit Superstructure Of U.S. Battleship SEOUL. Korea i AP)—American Shooting Star Jets sprayed frontline Communist troops and artillery positions with rockets, bomb and bullets today. ..' Pilots reported killing more than Manila voters approved a 20-mill j 15 Red soldiers, destroyine 15 schrol li\ cii.ase. raising tlic levy ! and 28 troop bunkers nut! claiiiaf- to 50 mills. The returns showed 315 j inn n tank. votes for the Increase and 141 a- I Swift F-8C Sabre jets (IviiiB cov- f '» l i er for tlic Shooting Stars'exchang- Reds Again Charge UN Attacks POW r s -*P C U ciiildi [".s was elected to the CHUCK HOLE STAHTED IT — Two firemen, playing a dwindling stream of chemical, fight a losing battle as 4,8011 gallons of high octane gasoline go up In flames. William Day. the itriver. escaped Irom his cab just as (lames enveloped the truck. He said a rear axle broke when the truck hit a deep chuekholc on the outskirts of Minneapolis As the truck settled, sparks from dragging metal ignited a thin trail of gasoline that began to leak from the tank. Seconds later the whole truck was ablaze. (AP Wireuholo) j County Board of Education from Zone 1 — Manila. Dell. Leachville and lirinkl tallii of ballot boxes indicated this morning. lie h:'d no opposition. Paul Pryor and Max Reid were re-elected to three-year terms ed shots with 12 Communist MIG- aft Senate Group Delays Action On Move to Call Ike' Home \VASHINGTON (AP)—The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today put off a decision on whether to ask Cea. Dwight D. Eisenhower to 1'ly home and testify on the. §7,900,000,000 foreign aid bill. After an hour's committee dis- V- & y %•%•%• led rinnrs fThnir- Genera/ May Gain, Lose by Senate Vote By The Associated Press Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's chances of winning 15 jets, but reported no hits. Sun- lay Sabres destroyed thrtc MIC.s. districts—unofficial ; probably shot dow-n two and damaged eight in the first air battle iJi four days. Communist shore guns hit the -superstructure of the battleship Wisconsin, flagship of the u. S. the niythovillc district board. James ! Seventh Fleet, off Korea's cast Perry received two write-in votes, coast Sunday. Three sailors were slightly injured. Damage was described as superficial, Mr. Prvor Got 58 votes and Mr Reid 54. In Osccols. Den F. Butler and Harold Ohlcndorf. running without opp"sitiou, were re-elected to tliree- year terms with H8 votes each. Lost Cane elected Manncring Towlcs to a five-year term with 31 committee discussion behind closed doors, Chair- mati Cormally <D-Tex) announced it had been decided to delay action on a motion by Senator McMahon (D-Conn) to request testimony from Elsenhower. Comially said this was done because "several" committee members were absent. As far us reporters could see, only Senators l/xlge (R-Mass) and Brewster tR-Me) were not present. Lodge Heads Coinmillce Lodge heads the Eisenhower-for- Jets Altark In Kasl The Shooting Star jet.-; concentrated on Communist positions, along the Eastern and Central votes and named n, H. Morgan to 1 Other Fifth Air Force planes a one-year term with 27 "votes, j Pounded North Korean supply lines. Neither had any opposition. cutting Red rail lines at 8G points. Other districts each elected one [ destroying 28 supply buildings and niEin to n five-year term. Boves were: Luxora—C. W. Hoover. 27. Wilson—J. R. Forrester. 64. ! knocking out a railroad bridge. Air counted and the results i Force headquarters said. j Tile only jet ace still in Korea. | Maj. William T. Whistler Jr., ol ! Sluevcport. La., flew his 100th inis- Keiser— R. H. Robinson. 185; R. ; sion Sunday. He will leave for Ja- P. Kennedy. 71. | pan Tuesday enrome home. Dycss— Ross Campbell. 83: J. W. Wi'Hims. 3!; .7. w. Johnson. 1: w. M. Williams. 2: Richard Yales, 1; and Harold Cline. 1. Bondsville—Harry Bond, SO. Victoria—C. M. Hoover. 34. \Vliisi\cr Is Seventh Wisner is the seventh Atneriuan jet pilot to down at least five Red planes. Ground action wa.s minor Monday under a thawing spring sun. Only light patrol clashes were re- tile Republican ported*. President Committee. Brewster is j presidential nomination could be helped—or hurt—by a small group of! Manila—.Milton Towles. Armorel—R. L. Adkisson. 159; C. ^eachl'Mle-Jeff Rauls. leg; J. j^" 3 " by Eishth Arln> ' """'ciuar- W. Clark, 166. rone box not yet re- a supporter of Senator Robert A.! senators meeting behind closed doors today. Taft of Ohio for the Republican j . ,„. presidential nomination. ~ * rhc . 5 ™ at ' McMahon told the Associated Press the effect of today's session was to postpone any invitation to Eisenhower until after his chief deputy, Gen. Alfred M. Gfuenther, ha.s testified _ > McMahon said he"' xOYl3-*tin_ £ trlS matter up aijam at thatr'time. Supporters AVant V.etsirn Some Eisenhoxver supitorters have been urging the general to return to the United Slates to speak out on current issues. Those who have been opposing this have argued the Senate Committee could get any information It needed from GruenUier. Party lines are split on the issue, with McMahon. a Truman administration supporter, leading the move to get Eisenhower back, Two other Democratic senators. Holland of Florida and Sparkman of Alabama, said they thought it See NATO on 1'age 13 Adult Boy Scout Leaders to Meet Adult leaders of the Bov Scouts in North Mississippi Country disk trict are to meet in City Hall at * 7:30 tomorrow night, to plan a training program. District Chairman J. M. Cleveland has announced. Chairmen of district committees are members of the district board which is haviui; the official meeting, but scoutmasters and assistant scoutmasters are asked to attend tomorrow night's mcciins to help plan the training course, Mr. Cleveland said. 'Ike' Silent to /?/ep fgr K Home Weather Arkansas forcc.isl: Manly cloutiy. warmer thi.s afternoon nnd In east PARIS I'rf'.i—Paul Hoffman said today he told Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower "il would make it a great deal easier" for his political supporters if he \vould cunie home, lie totci reuorters he got no answer. Hoffman, one of (lie general's -chief supporters for the presiden- " cy, said he told the Supreme Alliod Commander of cr>ncen\ In the United States that his nomination might be "put in Jeopardy" if he docs not return before the Repvib- lican convention in July. He said, after a Series of conferences with Eisenhower over the weekend, that he knew as little about Eisenhower's plans in this respect as he did before he got here. Hoffman, former chief of the Kconntnic Co-operation Adminis- tratin and now chairman of the philanthropic Ford Foundation, said he pnr.sonnlly did not share the concern of the general's backers bill he felt it his fluty to acquaint Eisenhower \vith it. Hoflman said he had made these three main points: 1. FTe is convinced from his visit to New Hampshire, which gave Eisenhower 14 votes in the GOP nominating co n v c n 11 o n, that "there is a deepening conviction auionp n H^eat number of people that he is the man \vho if elected president ran take us a very in fat way down the right'road." 2. The concern of his supporters over the need for Eisenhower's pr-rponul appearance in America. 3. Prtvnte concisions from supporters of. other Hcp;;blican can- :rs that, if Eisenhower did rc- lommittee is Foreign expected Relations to decide vhether to invite the general home to testify on the S7,I>ao,OOD,COO foreign air! bill. Gen. Lucius D. Clay said in Parts over the week end Eisenhower- wcnild 241; W. | E. Ballard, 218. ] Del]—M. R. Griffin, 142; Charles j 3, Armstrong, 88. Gosncll-WVndy Bcvill, 9!); George Williams. 28. The County Election Commission this moi'ning had not set a date lor certifying the results of the election. really'-tieiidR 1 ' : >iKfTri"cr nifrtl'eY what it might mean to his political future. "Ike" Wanted al Home The general's supporters want him to return and campaign —- and \ some arc.''saying privately he'll bet time to make a r^v [ speeches before the July conveu-' tion — but few want him home on purely non political visit. They feel that a return merely to testify besom Congress could! embarrass him, hurt, his chances, j On the other hand, if he testified! and then made talks explaining his j views on foreign and domestic pol- i icics. it could help. i Elsewhere in I'oIUics ! Elsewhere on the political front: ; Sen- Russell CD-Ga.). a prr.y.- dential nomination candidate,, si\id on a television program th a. t he; believed federal expenses could be j cut, but if elected he could not. I promise a cut in taxes for a year '• DETROIT 01V-Having fired five minor officials, an administrative or Uvo, until after the rearmament ! board of the CIO United Auto Workers moves today to-take over head- program Is fully in swing. L nnartors of the world's largest local union, Ford"tyx-iil 600 ol the UAW. There v.a.s the possibility of trou-* - — ble Recording Secretary William R. Inside Today's Courier News . Srfiool traffic problem . . . editorial I'agp C,. . . Arkansas political put begins to .simmer . slnto news In brief . • . rajje 5. . . . Sncii'iy . . Pn^c -1. NV\vs of Men in Service , I-skiinos whoop it n\i for ljsnihoi\er , . I*n£e 3. . . Sports . . . Page 8. . . . Markets . . , Page 1?. One Allied division marked St. Patrick's Day by firing green smoke shells at the Reds, Censorship Invoked At noon yesterday, the U. S. Eighth Army clamped a new blanket of censorship on front-line troop designations. The Army recently identified several dlvi.sions on tlie battleline. The heaviest ground action Sunday was south of Kosons; on the Eastern Front. Three Allied raiding pariirs fought stiff skirmishc. 0 , with the Reds and killed at least seven Communist soldiers. Itcds Continue Ifcirragcs The Rcrls continued lhe\r heavy artillery ban north of the Punchbowl on the Eastern front. Patrols clashed frequently In the some area, but no major battles developed, Allied pilots spotted more than l.OCO Communist supply trucks Sunday night and claimed 70 destroyed. Ten B-29 Superforls from Okinawa, plastered rail installations between Sinanju nnd Pyongyang with high explosives. HOME IS TOTAL LOSS—The home of John Dillard, Nt^ro, burned to the ground Saturday afternoon when firemen had trouble getting water to the blaming building. The was located two blacks from a fire plug and a second lire truck with extra hose was delayed hi rc-ru-hlng tlie scene because of traffic, city officials staled. Courier News I'hoto) Drive Aimed at Traffic Delaying Fire Vehicles Mayor Dan A. IllwIgcU this morning ordered Chief o! Volice Ccci Grnvts to cmck down on molorisis who refuse to yield tile rlRht of wn. lo lire trucks and oti others who, without uuthorily "Insist on followin: lire trucks to fires?' In iiimoinu-ini; the cmekdnwn,* — Mayor Blodgett siihi jn;niy motoi 1 - are fiiiling to give lire trucks en route to fires the full right of way and in doing .so, slrnv down progress of the trucks And firemen lo the .scene of the five. A city ordinance. Mayor Blodgett said, requires nil traffic to pull to one .siile of Ihe street anri^stop tin- Board Moves to Take Over CIO Union a: til the first truck and firemen have passed. "I made a run on one of the fire trucks Saturday," the mayor said, "and coutitcd n vehicles, including a City Bus Line bus, that did not truck and firemen were delayed in reaching the scene of the fire. I Steel Dispute Nears Crisis Some Loss of Steel Seems Inevitable Due to 'Caution' WASHINGTON Wj — The st( labor dispute headed today into give the fire truck and firemen the j lv , cck " f <;risis «' ith "w ">rt<«-l - ripht of wav nnri uc i ri"culr thpiPlannint; to start shutting down i ,. 1IRIU 01 W.H and as a rcMilt. the , .p^,,^, , n a ,, t ,, :ipatioll of ^ strikc faoutii Korean e uard s accompany- at midni"ht Sunday, 6 . „, . , ... i Home loss of stc n l. sorely needed This Is a violation of the city , by l)oth (le ( cl , sa .,„,, dl . mail mdus- orchnance and I have Inslincted 1 try , seemed Inevitable because the Chief Graves to order a crackdown ! s (eel makers wanted to be sure tli.'ir on such vinlatious." ! 1)lllst i llma( .,, s W( ,,,, ,. m]>hif , ( , ,,f ,, ot Mayor Ulodijett also said 1 that he metal in advance ol any stoppa<-e : oe Accepts Package Deal' •or Progress By HOUKnT IS. Tl MUXSAX, Korea (AP) — 'ommiinist truce negotiators oilny accused the U.N'. Com- laml of carrying out another criminal" aerial attack on a risoner ol' war camp in s'orth Korea. The Hcds said a British soldier •as wounded when an AlUod ptane irafcd a ciunp near Chaiigsong bo- ore dawn .Sunday. A second group of negotiators orking on truce supervision began lie thorny job of picking five ports f entry for troops and material in each side of the battle line fol- owlng Communist acceptance of a U.N. "package deal" Sunday. I'rogress Is Cited An Allied staff officer said ap- noval of [lie five-point plan repre- en'.cd "the most progress in uvo nonths." Chinese Col. Tsal Cheng - wen aid the Allied plane opened fire on the ChangsoJig prison camp de- plte "conspicuous markings" on he tents. He admitted under questioning-, however, that the camp was not lighted. "II must be fiercely pointed out," i'sal said, "that while your side • lias massacred continually and at will the captured personnel of our side . . . your side has carried out successive bombing and strafing against the captured personnel of your side. ; . . For these successive criminal acts, your side bears grave responsibility toward our side and the people of the whole world. . ." Tsai's statement referred to two blooriy riots at the U.N. Koje Island prison camp. Thursday 13 North Korean prisoners of war were killed and 2(i wounded. Feb. 18. 75 Korean civilian Internees were killed and 12!) were woundeil. Tsai lodged a strong protest Sunday, declaring. "Such barbarous massacres w-ould not be further tolerated." U. S. Army authorities said Thursday's riot began . when Com- uiunist, war prisoners and a group of co-operative prisoners began hulling stones at one another. has in.structcd Chief Graves to stop i rhillij, Murray, head of lioth tlie unauthorized vehicles Irom follow-j CIO and Ilic stri j CIO and tile strike-threatening ing the fire truck to fires. . st: clworkers union, withheld action "Such action by motorists also • until Thursday on rt request by the tends to delay members of the fire (ieparrment." he said, "ami is considered as railing to yield the right of way to the firemen." Hhi/e Ita/csiMousc One Negro residence here wa/ destroyed and another heavily U'a;;e .Stabilization Hoard for a in strike postponement. Murray already has put off strike plans three times since Jan. I. Government officials said they believed he will do so again. ing the co-operative prisoners op- rned fire. Members of the U. S. 21th Infantry Regiment, fired on the Korean civilian internees last February after the prisoners attacked with a wide variety of homemade weapons when the soldiers entered a comjimmU to screen out anli-Com- Jan. M the Reds declared that Allied planes bombed a prisoner of war camp at, Kangdong. killing 10 'Allied soldiers and vvounding more than 60. Allied staff officers asked seven j questions designed to clarity the March 5 prisoner exchange Sen. Esie.s Kciauvcr of Tennessee, still jubilant over his surprise sweep In New HamsxMiire, saiu" in a radio interview there are iiuii- the North-South split in his parly. Warren To "Kc-cp" Delegates ! Gov. Earl U'nircn of California. a eandit'ote for the GOP nomination, .said in Chicago he will not turn any delegates be mny win in , California. Oregon and \Vis..oi\siri primaries over to Eisenhower or am- 'use lo abjectly surrender without The .-ix-incmber administrative board v.ri.s instructed to take over ihc F.jrd local by the UAW Txccu- tive Board after witnesses testified before the House UN-American Acuvil:es Committee here that Communists h a ti infiltrated the Two Sailors Hurt In Missco Wreck the same day thej damaged by fires over tlie week- ! WSB Oins fixed as ils target date'i eiul. [for getting out recommendations j The Reds siig-csted ncyotiiting Saturday afternoon the five-room ' J° r settling the complex dispute - I prisoner exchange plans on the home of John Dillard at '2103 West ! Involving Murray's demands for an j Sasis of data already traded. They I.onnie Street was destroyed by a!'8'--ccnt hourly pay boost and a | contended that step-hy-stcp pro- blaite that is believed to have been i score of other items. Tlic steelwork- I ^ress rould be made after a method ers presently earn a little under S2 . of exchange was worked out. caused by a defective flue. Fire Chief Roy Head said that the fire broke out in the attic of | the home raid spread rapidly. ] The hou.^e was located two blocks | Irom a fire hydrant. Chief Head j said, which ntceKsltaled tin: I-ire ' Department sending twu trucks to ' . the scene. The first truck battled i the bla/e with it.s -100 gallon pump- Two Millin K ton. Tenn., sailors ; cr tai,:-: while the second truck laid narrowly escaped serious Injury : hose fioni the nearest fire hy- Saturday afternoon when the 1947 j drant. Duick in which they were riding Faulty stove pipe was blamed lor resulted in heavy damage to the the fire ye.sturday afternoon which an hour. 4 Forfeit Bonds, 0ne Is Fined for were riding lelt Highway 61 find overturned several times near IJurdette. State Trooper Tom Smalley Idcn- other candidate at the July comon- ; ranks o: o'iicers and dominated i tlficfl the sailors as Joe McNarnarai frrn if he himself doesn't, win artions by the local's C-cneral Coun- i and William F, Kmitii. Both suf- | -T- nicrfj<:^ Louis T. Dtnfelrt. former cil ' ' '•• - —•' «•—'--- ° "»»«•"" t'.vo room home of I J ink Thomas. Negro, at 216 West Coleridge. turn he would "most certainly" j vest get the nomination. ' see I'OI. T. Dtnfelrt. of navai 0[)erations lired by sterday came lor Sen. POLITICS on ra K e 12 of' fercd minor ruts and bruises. Tlic five tired o: tit ers. none above ! The acidcnt occurred south 01 wiL-OX — A txcf cattle M-ui- the unit level, .were named by wit- ' Burdette near the Dyess Gin. | ngcmeiu. ineoiinV will he eomi'uncd before the House group as Trooper Smallcy said that McNa-iat the Wibon Tavern, tomorrow :.t. CommunisU. portion tonight; scattered Imuidcr- showers tonight; Tues:!.iy parlly cloudr with .scattered shower? in east portion; cooler northwest portion. Missouri forrrast: Mostly- rlfludy t and windy Monday night and Tuc.s- ! day; with scattered showers or local thunderstorms Monday ni^ht and in extreme southeast esrly Tuesday; warmer south and extreme east Monday nicht; colder west and north Tuesday^ Minimum this mornins 33. Maximum ye.nfrelay—4-1. Minimum Sunday morning--3.r Maxium Saturday—55. Ennsel today—,v37. Sunrise tomorrow—6:10. rrecipit.'.tioii 48 hours to 1 a.m. today—none. Total precipitation since Jan. I — n.s.) Mean lemperat'.ue .midway be-! tv.cen hich and low*—33. ! Normal mean tompi'.Muve for j This ll.ilr Last Year Minimum Ihis mornlna-4i>. I Maximum yesterday— •>•,. PrecipilnUon January 1 to d.i;e— 10.98, * Julia Adams, Formerly of Blytheviiie, Co-Stars in Film 'Bend of the River 7 jCify Policeman Promoted; New Juha Kliz.ibctli Atlams, co-star of "Bend cf the River" — did you "know her when?" If you were around Blythcville from 1936 to 1943 snd 'knew a school girl called Betty Adams, you '"knew her when." Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams and their daughter. Betty, came to Blytheville in 1936 when Mr. Adams went to work for a Canadian textile mill as a cotton buyer. They lived here until 1943. when Mr. Adams died and Betty went to Little Rock to live with an aunt. B'^tty was a scphomore the year she moved troni here. .Vtri- fumhinc junior coile^e in Little Rock. Betty went In California to live with another sister and study dr.unatirs. Duty, or Julia a. ;.]»• is known now. I;;..; Ixen m • Bright Victory.". "Finders Keepers." and "The Hollywood Story" In addition to ' Ber.d o.i the River." Her ia'.esv jiicUire is to appear Police Cecil Grave.', lo- i "ed tlie promotion of one ' Tr.n:il;-r r', the Blythcville Police' F< rcr r:tid the employment of a new that Herman j P;r in'crl to ti; e - i.d has been pl.ic- ; the lorcr's niisht; Four per;,'n.s forfeited c.^sh bonrl:. and a fifth V.TI.S liur-il in M inu i;ial Court, this mr.riiin:: on clial";e.s o! ' ('riving while under the influence ol liquor. Woods was fined SIM raid cos's and sentenced to a day in Jail on his pica of guilty to tjie clv.-rge. Ftnteitiiv.' bonds were -Joseph Downing $121.75; Roman Dc- I.«ui and Paul Holland S1I225 each and Veinnn f; Brown S12D.15. In other union, Jamrs H. McClure of Cooler, Mo., lorleited a 530 25 . bond on a chnrre of failing to vielri mara, driver of the car. apparently : 1:30 p m. according to M. V. Ma- Hie ri"ht of way He wx.s arrr-t«l lost control of the vehicle. I loch, county asent. M. W. Muldraw , Friday alter l.he'rar he was ri'i-iv- The car overturned "at least four ami Paul Ilarlow. Extension Her- i ;i>e was involved with ai/Arkan- times". he said, and came lo a stop 'vice animal husbandmen, will as- :.;,s Grou-r Co true}- driven In In a cotton field. Tlie car was de- : sist in t.he sions, which will Cipmouth Wnlkins at! the inti'r- molishcd. .l:r- (,]>c'n to ill'- public ' '.: ri ^ir)n of ftixih and' i'nrk'ssn'er . Col. George W. Hickman asked what the Cooniiunists meant by data aheaciy exchanged, what was meant by "step-by-step" progress and whether Korean prisoners held oy the U.N'. would have to be turned over lo the Communists even il it was necessary to "use bayonets and shackles." The Communists may have an- S'.MTS to the. Qucsti-.-ns tomorrow. Mid-Morning Coffee 'Break' Will Aid Fund For Crippled Children That niid-nioruin? cup of coffee enjoyed by the bnsii'.ess people of IMylhevillc who like to take a "brrnk" and meet their friends at a drug store or cafe will acid many nickels to the Crippled CMIdrt'ns' fund tomorrow. ; Ti'.e UlytlH'Ville Junior A ixili- ary llns rrlacrd com tor.Uiners in 11? establishments to further the the: from 'rlnrk. t^- ;>ro- m 10 to . Ilenth. ; Officer Employed Shamrock Wearers Troop to Dublin /or St. Pat t.'jdny. nesciay r only U'.e rank g:-t. Lane will havr full ovrr tlip maht force, Or;ivvs Miid. fiit. Lane has ir.r-nibcr o! tiir X At thr Mirnr \\;nf Cljicl Gra\.e.s (till;tTL M;nni ba.s !:• MI rrnpl-.iycd by the city 1--J nil tlic p.iiro]niiin<:y crraU-d by . Officer Man a<^umcd h'.s. patrol rtuilc* Saturday night. Chief DUBLIN, Ireland '/T', — St, Patrick wa= a darent man. the ballad jays, and came from the da cent pnoplc. And even he couldn't hrtve had a word to say against the way his memory has kept sreen by f.'Vt'ty man in Dublin this bles. ed There %a.s a biji parade aud eiifjughslimnrock on liaU and lapels to make a carpet the long U-n^lh of O'ConnrlJ Street. But fu:L-;,body wa.s ^ ell-behaved a.s a younz co,-x>f>n courttne hl.s fir.s* < oHcfii. Tliere ^fts not a srliil- Iclash in smht. It, ^as Mnaii ci-cdil lo tlirm. of rourn 1 , .^iiicc thctp was not a p\ib- l;<-ho'i r ni 1)1.' (own opi-n. Tlu.s w.i.i one day in l\.t year when ^r nlplurrd Pm ncll, up al»ve Mic f-Ueel on Uis mouumtnv, was Nva.stinz his time pointina a warning linger at the pub on Lhc coin- li r of the grand- i, cverj man in the coiinUy and lii. : , mother w c ) e in fo-,ui tor the dny. Everyone wiir^rcl 'o ^f-c rhr par.uic nnd a b::«'.*' .^;Ljlif LI -VHS tix>. Tliere uere b.'Uifi-- t:.-il"n', but ivme of them i/> hfii* '.he tii'I p;jH'r-S- They were a?, fine a .tik-hi a> you would see in 3 nionUi of Sundays. thc:r saf- frf n i Ir.'^fi' :i'>:«'iiu from tiinr ;H i L.cjr f:rcc-ji KU;s lie .-kirl ol a j;g or a 111:'. ." f 1' 1 h |fy htrc^'E.s atiu jiJ \\ ^i^mf prndnr f \vhcvher *l ^a* t-irr rut T: r>:n rr: not up t<j jhow "f Irt^h work. Uie hard bro^n Ihr tx^Kl finds of the eiccmc light Iliat, v.a.s Miapprrt Hke the 5:il:n^;i i from the River Shannon at Lime- ' I irk. 1 :ie ulv>lc p.uadr>. .sireh-luiK , from Trinity College do\vn over ; tiu: I.,:ff<;y and clrc •\\n? > around ! P/iriif-H, i/iok nvcr l\y<> linur?, 'o ! I).i --. And h\' 'hft i:mr it fini.-Ii- : cri thr peoplr. lookin.: on. '-.vtre i e\«ry bit a-s Uird n.s the cruyturcs ii).n\'Jini^ what with the ctappm : i a IT I thf ch^erniE: and The yoini^ fcil'iws here- and there uilh !he mitic iiit licr rjr>, civintr an odd wlii' Mr .it fhr yirl.s. I' '>';'.- tlie divil's ov/n thirst v wi ik. woiuirr, tl:en thai their •MI.'; ;i u'ff,fcl <-ui\vd M RiU,-- hrnl -i- liitcr in tin: day to : L •• tin- annnai d(v .--ho\v. For tins v,u ono <i£ fhr only (.wo places wlirrc a man r^ulri buy a bottle of ^ont or .1 ball of mall'--Mial'h Dublin i or a ^; Atii oi w hio &J. Thi-' AnixEliprv. a -iTvico club rie- vo'cd to child we 1 Tire?, is rcceiv- itv : * i hf l-.rlp i 'f Uncho.-. niirncy's, Kirhv's, O'Af-n'>, Wood'?;, I3ornrn> t ;*3:(! Ko-tunr-:'s drnp stcves. and t):* 1 Dixto Viz. Rustic Tun. , Tne TJ ir-K l>ru'k .Snider's Gate and John's Cafe. LITTLE LI2— ^ ^ <M '' ..^'^r : 7i ; : ^ ? A boy is growing lip when ha v-c-uld roller itcol o kiss 1H^n second base. e«ti

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