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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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PACE SIX (ARK.) COURIER NEWJ TUESDAY; MARCH 25, 1953 THE ElA'THEVILLE COURIER NKWS THE COURIER NEWS CO. H. W. HAINE/3, Publisher HARRY A. HAINKS. Assistant Publisher A. A. FREDIUCKSON, Editor PAUL D. HUMAN Advertising Manager Sole National AdvcrtisJliR Representatives: Wallace Wilinpr Co.. New York, Chicago. Detroit. Atlanta. Memphis. Entered us .second class mailer at Ihe post- oflice al Blythevillc. Arkansas, under act ol Congress. October 9, 10 n. Member of Tlie Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By currier in Hie city o[ lilytheville or any suburban town where camei service is maintained. 25c per week. By mail, within a rnahu nl SO miles, J5.00 pet >•(•«:•. »2.50 (or six months. $125 for throe months; hy mail oulsitie 50 mile ?j>nc, $12.50 per year payable m advance. Meditations Ukpwhe also Mic tup after unpinr. najinx, This cup Is l' lfk "<'"' k'Slitniait in my blooil, wlilc)i is shrd for you.—Luke 1l:'.W. * + • He was the wout Ural ^jiiike it. He took the bread ami l;iako It; Ai.ct v,liat that ur.rd diti make it, I <io believe and take il, Barbs When you always take a lone time to make up your miiitl, maybe you're short on material. j * * * 'Die uafer Mnk burst and sprayed three singers on a 1'aris opera stage. lA-t's dope they were all divas. » » • A man In Oklahoma, caught (IraKgiiie n balh- tub through tlip streets, later found himself In hoi water lor slealing it. * r * Mtist people who haml out Mnall talk seem to think It must be itone In lar?c quantities. » + * As .soon M colleges start practicing lootball, you'll know spring Is here. School Patrol Program 'Offers Many Benefits Tlutnks to the efforts of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, scliool officiiils, the Chamber of Commerce and F'olice Ciiief Cecil Graves, Blytheville soon will have a junior safely patrol program. Such « program is valuable in a number of ways. Most obvious reason for its existence, of course, is the fact that by the patrol method, school children can be literally ushered across busy streets before sud after scliool. Evidently the program is a success from this standpoint for it has been in effect in a number of larger cities lor years. Nearly of equal importance is the fact that Ihe children who act as patrolmen will be working under the supervision of and with the police force. From this work they stand to benefit in several ways. First, Ilicy will be impressed with a responsibility which few children have the privilege of enjoying. Secondly, we hope they will learn that policemen, after all, are largely a "bunch of good guys" doing a job. II is an opportunity for the city's police force in that respect, loo. Tax Reforms Look Like Steps in the Right Direction A bitf Mop has liccn taken toward cleaning out corruption in the Internal Uo\eaue Bureau, and llie country can K-cl iromt iilioul il. Ttu> plan, now in el'tVet ;U"ter i'Ov:eiiV Sonatc ;ifi])ru\a!. is tlesixned to rliminaic the evils of puiitk'ai patronage from the bureau. Ihe til cuUefiors of internal ruvonue, appointed by On- political party in power, now K<> under ("ivil Service. That puts all 57,000 persons in the bureau under Civil Service, with the single exception of the commissioner. He remains ;i presidential appointee. As one senator put it. this should place the bureau out of reach of "the boys in the back room." Senator Monroney, a champion ol the plan, said it "takes out the last i.ig island of political influence left in the jrcm-rnment." Heretofore, Hppoinlment.s of the (VI collectors have theoretically been strictly political plump. Actually, there were a lot of lemons. Of the d eoHtclwtt who xtivved during the last year or -so, IT were chosen from and .served under Civil Service. None of them has been sucked into the current wave of scandals in the bureau, Of the remaining 17 political appointees, eight were either fired or forced to ie- sign. Under the new plan, the collectors are replaced by not more than 25 district commissioners and 70 deputy district commissioners, There will he al least one deputy to each state. The top man, the commissioner in Washington, will have three assistants. One will be an inspector charged with the job of spotting and wiping out any corruption before il can do the great damage it has in recent months. A second assistant will be the man through whom the 25 district commissioners report direct to the head of the bureau in Washington. A third assistant will be head man for the paper work. Salaries of the top 9!) men in the rejuvenated bureau will range from SI 2,(101) to $H,800. Not enough to get rich on. Not MO little that u man will be tempted to take money from the outside to Kct along. Taxes, themselves, are high, it's hard to get them paid. Hut the tax collecting business in general is looking up. \\'e can fee! good about it. There's a Reason . . . Among tlu; numerous recent articles dealing with the subject of politics wus one based on the large number of independent voters . . . or, at any rate, voters who at tins stage of things so replied to a poll. The number showed signs of approaching the percentages of the population which claimed membership in one of the two major parties. It was indicated that this independent political stains extended to many here in the South. While this may seem surprising, there is a somewhat elemental reason behind it. Neither the Republican nor Democratic I'arty, each taken as a whole, has really done much in recent, times to warrant the umiticslioning faith of its members. This brings up a point both are likely to overlook in the hustle and bustle of exchanging election year charges and countercharges—that both could do with a good housecleaning. Only in thnt event are many of the now-independent voters likely to "come home." Views of Others No Red King?. According lo Radio.-Free Europe, some leading chess players in Soviet Rii:-sia advocate changing (.he names of sunie of the chess' pieces as being too "capitalistic." They mention e.spmally the "king" and "<)Uecn"—which in .sonic capitalistic societies are mainly of historical intercM. We can 'imagine Dial the antiieligious stale might take objection also lo Uie "bishop" in his Uim. The name principally proposed for substitution is "slakhanoulL 1 ." or high-product ion worker. That term in the Communist attempt at speed-up of sociali/cd industry might equate loughhy with "knight," J$ut surely the higher values would be reserved for "commissar" and "marshal." At Hie lower rial ot the .scale is a niece whose name would not have tu be changed at all. The "pawn" .should fit instantly and n at m ally Into the Stalinist nomcnchiUire. —Christiitn Science Monitor SO THEY SAY No Comfort in the Crystal Ball Erskine Joknson IN HOLLYWOOD Vin sr.uvji fliic^tioi) v.he job that lu«. UwiRht &f( ii HOLLYWOOD ~ (NEA) — Guys fight and tihcot and rule. I'm & and Dolls: II Gloria Sv/anfiim can | western character, t haven't got come back, so can Fay Wrny, t. h e j around lo growing a beard yet, beauty who was called the .spil- hut I wiU." Dale on her anti-pants policy: ''Some girls wear them In west- Fay, who retired in 1931 aftor j l ' r " s - hllt * don't. I have a wom^ becoming Mrs. Robert Hiskin, is a »' s figure, not a man's." ting image of Gloria back in the roaring '2(Ts i lashing her square-mouth smile again in FOX'S "Condor's," Benny Rubin wont be putting saying to people \v h o ask if' on the comedy crown again. the new movie speed-up methods \vuiry her: "Speed? Hack in i033., I made 12 pictures in a single year- Matter of fact. I was playing V& y Wray in one picture alter another. Arid each picture was ft carbon, too. it's stultifying to an actre.sfi." A big hunk of Hclly.vcMid history has been written since Fuy made wcjiierns witli Art- Acord, two-reel- ers for Flal Roach, then graduated to slurring status hi Erich Von Stroheim's ''The Wedding March." "I'm Ceiling lan niuil ugain," 11- year-oltl Fay chortled. ''Some. i>f H from very musl hiivc started going lo the His fans have been advising lha out -lime comedy slar to dye hi* jjray hair anil grab Ihe gold lliat TV Is cl'fering him, but Kenny fs saying ( Si's too laic. He's turned character actor and claims: ••I'm really happy now, I play everything from old m e n to dialect par I haven't told a joke in year. It's not that- I'm not in good share, i still have tha comedy sense and I can dance like a kid ol 20, but I want to make with the drama -- not the jokes." "Things haven't, been easy." ha admitted. "I hit bad times in 1938, "! after being K big .star, and went to IDO vies early in life, >ly j daughter is very impressed-' Peter ft/son's Washington Column— Court Injunction Isnt Panacea For Multiple Ills of Railroads WASHINGTON -(NEA) — The Lnuim of $1.75 a day to a miximum of S5 a day for employes earning S2500 a year or more. Proposed ne\v benefits would be n minimum of S3 a day to n maximum ol >7.53 per only Feeler ft 1 court injunction lo halt- the quickie New York Centra) railroad index of average unit price of supplies ami materials has increased Irom 133 on June 1. 1945 to 230 on Jan. I, 1952. This is an increase of 73 per cent. The average of 1935- work in a restaurant, ft was Orson Wclles who pill, me back into show business. Now I'm going uphill again." If Maria Montoz hadn't met ] SMERIDAX RETURNS TO FORM death in a tragic liume accident in -,, . Paris, she and Jean Pierre Au- ™ c ™ "^ *? St " dL ° ^ »*' iiiout. her Mill - Bi-ieviug husband " n .. her l datls Jiew ' hish Ma( * day for employes earning $3500 a 39 prices is taken as 1UO tor this in- year or more. 3. Other legislation now pending in Congress to give the railroads practically complete freedom from Interstate Commerce Commission control over rate-making. maintained n » ^1 y \ RAILROADS WANT PROFIT OF ] SIX PER CENT TCC would be given authority lo review rate Increases. But for all practical purposes the roads would get authorization to set their rates addition to j higher ns their costs increased. In complicated fact, what the railroads want is and I power to raise their rates high enough to guarantee them a profit ol around six per cent. 4. Now before (he ICC is a rail- blouks are set on at Icastjroad application for'a freight rate i increase of approximately seven per ent. A year ago the roads asked toi a 15 per cent increase in freight rates. In August the ICC approved incrca- four main lines: I. Recommendations of prcM-1 rent. rteutial emergency hoard that all railroad employes be brought into union shop agreement. N.Y.C., B. & O. and some other] .ses averaging seven per cent. What eastern roads now have such con- j Ihe roads want now. therefore. 3s tracts. But the railroad employers! the balance of what they didn't get. on the last round. Railway rates and ware scales PAY INCREASES AVERAGE 01 CENTS Average straight -time pay for all railway employes T .va.s 93 cents an hour in 19-15. according to A.A.R. figures. On Jan. 1. 1352. the avera-ie was SI.81. Tills represents a 94 per cent average increase. would now be in Spain co-starring in a movie. The checkerboard of fate has now moved Aumont hack to the! Hrllyuiioil he left in 1948 because "I was Uomcsick fur France," and i lie's resuming his American movie career again in MGM's "I^ili." Hollywood as a home base now for the star? "I'd like to make a home here for our six-year-old daughter, but [ don't want a tong-tenu contract. I like the idea of making one cr two movies a year with the chance to do stage plays and television." Queen Of The Cowgirls Dale Evans is nil. smiles about her Mo. l rating as a tumbleweed queen in the polls and says that it took a complete de-sexing Job to 7.-om her up to Die top of the List. But there's not one trace in the TV films of the cactus Garb > in Dale, who to Id me: "I begged them not to play me in a romantic; way and it's paying off. The little girls don't like you iT the cowboy does. And the little bovs just despise you. "Now it's strictly p la tonic I defender can get "three lieart Iricks and tv,o top clubs. The defense There have been nine increases j is hai - d - to finri if West opens a for nnn-bperatinK personnel, total- , liflmtmdi Dummy wim and returns '— " rt cents on hour. There have , a club _ alld EEut ~ nas n pr0 blem. nig been 12 increases for yardmen, totaling 89.f> cents. There have been 10 increases for roadmen, totaling G7.5 cents. On the other side of the picture, freight rates today arc 65 per cent; higher than in 1945. There have; ,-, been four main freight rate increases since the end of the war. Thev w?re 17 Tier cent in t He can play a low club, hoping that his partner will win and lead a heart. But even if West does all this, the hearts will produce onl> two tricks if South has both the 0 nee n a nd I en or a ny of K evera four-card holdings in the suit. is likely to ciecide to play his partner for five diamond 1 whole may turn down the recommendation. If they do. it \vill j neaoen oy me queen, fience t-as :| wilt put up his ace of clubs at once j a:ui return a diamond to force ou 1 Raihvav mail par rntcs have In- du »™>" 5 '°P <=? rd before West's Dn- 1 - ! try is removen. This line of plai seven per cent -iii August 1951. be the first time since the National | have both been spiralinp upward in Mediation law was passed that they a succession of jerks over the past have rejected a finding. | six years. For the traveling and 2. New bills now before Congress j shipping public, they have meant to increase unemployment and | steadily Increasing transportation sickness benefits to rallrond work-; costs. It is tVie need lor applying the crs, without increasing the present j brakes, somehow, to prevent a nin- 6 l - per cent of pnyroil now levied inway and possibly a wreck that is against employers and employ r,s. j drawing so much attention to the Tills legislation is expected to existing railroad condition cr-'-nsed 95 per cent since 194.S. H.i.sic one-way passenger coach fores have been increased by areas. Tn the east the increase has been from 2.2 rents to 3.375 cents a mile. Tn the south from 2.2 to 2.75 cents a mile. Tn the west the increase has h r en from 2.2 to only 2.5 cents a mile. will allow South to win at leas 1 nine tricks. North's bid of two no-trump i: quite correct in an expert yame. I shows a hand that is too strung foi an opening bid of one no-trumi but not, strong enough for an open in?: bid of two no-trump. This i Westish curves, but the Te>/ jfi!r beauty's out to hold on to evii'r ounce—or almost every ounce— site's added to her frame. The extra poundage has given j.i nn the Venus cha-ssis she sported i j ack in 1944 when she was War- \ crs' "Oomph Girl." During the inking of "T Was a Male War i Jride" in Europe, she bacame ill ' nd thinned down to Cass Daley : imensions. "After you've been So .skinny and crawny, you feel elated," Ann said. People used to come and say that was nice to see me again. Now hey take a Long ]cok mid say, Ah-h-h-h!"' Moviegoers will be seeing the iew f rounded Ann In ''Steel Town" .nd "Just Across the Street." "I hope they like ivhat they see," he said. I William Hoklen's beaming over he no-hero-he role that he's ;nagged in Paramount^ "Stalag 7." "It's off-beat and different," lie old me. 'J wish there were more casting like ibis in Hollywood. Y^L ilay the same kind of character W picture after picture, and the audience can figure how it's going to vind up before the title flashes. ''My contention is (hat you go to sec Alau L-atld and sonic tloll in a :iiovie. You know that Latfd Is gong- (o wind up witli her or die suving her." The vast majority of the people of Scotland desire to see the stone (of Scone) have its final resting place in this country.—Dr. John McCormack, leader of Scottish Covenant Association. As H ;;ood neighbor we desire to help the rest of the world. . . . But certainly that cannot be B primary object of foreign policy. —5en. 'Robert A. Taft. First' class passenger fares, ex- ] ( l llito , a reasonable description o eluding Pullman fare have c;oue tip j the North hand. the east from 3.3 cent to -151 Sou(h should proceed on lo thre cent a mile. In the south from 3.3; no-trump. Tf North had openei pass though the railroads oppose! Fieures of Uie railway operators to 385 cenU a mile. In the' WIth onc »o-trump. South woul U TlH'V claim it will eventually lead- and the brotherhoods differ In dc-! from 3.3 to 3.5 cents a tnllc. Alt ; c '. msidcr but wo»»ti eventually dc to higher payroll contributions, i tail. But according (o American As-1 this offers a perfect example O f; CI(ie against a raise to two no I'icicnt benefits range Irom n nun-I sociation of Railroads statistics, the i how inflation works. It is the Vain River thnt has forced . . . nn nir \\-AV thai i,\ pretJotnmumly tactical. Less than 3 prr cent of Uu* ctitivt Var Ei-st Air Foires' effort iwfts^ i'L'i[uirrd lo paiaiyze Nor ill Korertn in dust IT by nputt alU'nig 18 strntfpic tnrgets.-— Maj.-Gcn ROLUT Uainry, U. S- A. F. * * * We • Ri,'pubhrai:s > lm\r our problem-; because svc tun, c oMremiMo cit the li^Iit— who \\onld l!'cc/e our nation into Uie status <*uo with whnt- cv( r irrqualit ^r.^ rhr.f k;o u;th it. — Gov. Earl Waircu. i ot an our-.rf of mc-lo-.nsni in Bob lii:;ills. r lLtft'> campaign manager * » * i.v uiV'MV, to I3v.ii:ur* vuumr.K. I arr Cl't;.vi himself could do tlie lo bo iloni\ . . . I'd hwte to *ee a uMiurr.--Edgar Eiscnliourr. on the Doctor Says- y KIUVIX P. JORDAN. SI. D. (Written tor NKA Scrvlrcl Mrs. C. a.sks for a discussion on ai'e frequently felt in or near the flbrosills. especially -that which is tender region, centered in the back of the head TKEAT INFECTION and neck, and wants to know; whether it can become sericus or may spread to other parts of the If the fibro-sitis is associated with an atutc hueclion. then rest and the 6 JACOBY ON BRIDGE Keep Foe Guessing Is Excellent Advice By OSW.M.11 .TACOBY Written for ,\KA Service "Ple;i<e clLscuss the bidding of this approprir.te treatment for that in-1 hand." requests ;\ Milwaukee cor- comes with j respondent. -\Vc played it at two | rump. The decision would be onp. however, so Somli shoul not hesitate when North shows hand mat was too strong for opening bid of one no-trump. 75 Years Ago In BlytheYilte — Gray Albright, superintendent of state police, announced today that two troopers have been stationed te Hot Springs to keep a close wal|^ on gambling establishments in the resort city during the racing season. A daughter has been born to Ml. and Mrs. D. S. Lantrip. Arkansas-Missouri Power Co.. announced today it will spend S200.CCO within the next few months in expanding its facilities.. If Screen Star Answer to Previous Puzzle body. Fibrosl!i« U a kind ol rlieainntifm iinf( , (s of (h( , Etnmach „,.,, intrs- 1 110 -'trump and marie ten tricks, bul [ whirb affr-ts jurticulnrly me -o!t tinos. perhaps a liquid or soft diet | nahr defense could have held us to! tissues such as (he muscles and li«a- is in order. Tl-.e removal of nn in- I eight tricks. HORIZONTAL 9 Dry 1,8 Screen star |« "» Iian .™i ns . 12 Interstices H Essential oemg 13 He abducted Helen of Troy H Hopelessness 21 Tn confidence 5 Princes 22 Laminaled 16 Dine iments It may center nrotmrt the , rft rd tooth or tonsils may be In-j ° s , Kn , Id ' \ VD ,,. lvc rcachc(t „ | ° Dlne rocks i nrrk as Mrs. C. suegesls. or almost dh'sted in some cases Drugs may; contncl' If so shoulri North 1 !ni- ,- u g ? 23 Cry | ally .. h cr, else in the liorty. In ,«,- he hclpfu, b,t have to be used Kith ; £™ 'pert •,„" £^ *.£"* ^'^T » Branches jcriil. it is characterized by pam and „,-,.. j instead of onlv two - ur shoulrt I ^cl?,, 1 ^ 26 Burden G 1 A £• a A L 1 E A S V- P U I TZ R A A M T 1 S A A T ^ R A M 1 tl |O \ K S N — S l_ O n F> s & A T PC := •3 L•0 ^ T 1 f fc: E N A T O K -=; N 1 o E R T O T c C Ci 7 A } = "2 O A G ~ N T S 0 fz A 0 C A K P R & 1 N O •A p> U ? e s s T E 3 U b= ••y E f< M t= T T L_ *± & i> E M S3 c ci 1 U. fc= « fc 1 H N 1= E Vv 5 t K is . . wo - liu'iiins. soreness when the part is „ , cpc . Uf , (i smaU i.ijury is the ; Soutl , hnvc proceeded on to three! i moved and a certain amount ol ( ,. ulfo tilcn ( hru . O f course, should j , _ t ( 'stiffnes My ijt'lief is fl;at lie iSJnlin* 1ms "in intention o[ mdulgms R,L5ia in a global v*ar.—W. Avrrcll Hainman. t * * By r.xpet irtur . . he iSen. Richard Ru-oell* •^ .superbly cqinpiu'd to be president .— Sen. Milton Young iR.. X. D *. * * * pr.r.o once ;'.cai;i that (ire people-, when rci-ohite. Hie uiicuiiqurrablr. -- Seeietary ol Stale Dean Achf^on. * * * H Ku [ ->i« could not. be nominated as a neutral nation, tl:ne \vuuld be no neutral nation at all in the wurld.—North Korean Col. Chang Chun. , be rliminated. If bad weather or ex- j The end of tbo word—."ilK 1 " pr-sure \ s responsible, then staying j • n-.^ans infhinimalion Consoriiicn'ty n.donts and avoiding exposure may! ' (ibrositis implies thut tliero is a be enouph. Other treatment de-| j plight uifUiuiLiuuion of certain of pmds on \vh:it appears to be the | j the 511 ft tissues. As our would ex- , i'rtu>c or cau-es and what can be j i "Ci't. thriTfore. fibroMti^ tuny stmt done for it 01 ttirm " ; ! suddenly wuh p;iin in some part ol Many people have rad attacks cf j the Ivdy for no nppavoiU reason fibrostti^ at one time or another. ] At other it may br::in cv;ul t- ^\^, r ^ people recover without any i ally with tati^iic cominc before the i t r;itinent However, most aUacksi so re n p- 5. pain and stiftne^. O f fihrositis are ml Her painful and j Thcic nvc many possible t'ansiv quick relief is badly desired. As- i for fibrosilis The'most common is T" 1 '"- Llf C ° l1rw - hcl » >s a little. Heat j n^onaU'd wiih some in(crtioi:s or treatments or other fornis of phy.=i- j ral tlirrapy are also \iseful in bring- i m<: at !e;is.t temporary and some- i Times permanent relief. As a rule, j thf outlook 15 good. toxic condition. Thi^ i? one kind of rhfutnati^ni in \vhirh rcmovnl of ;ui infected looili or inlccicd tor:?:!s is sometimes of Ijcneltt. Injiny is al^o a roinmon raii^e but somrttmr- the inliii'V ia.*y have been 5-0 plight .is haroty to hz\? bren tio'.iorvl Colo. o\cr-txoitinn ai«l <iO-v-v\pos- nre ;ire cdiinnonly at fault. Aunind the shoulder and WEST A S3 V 1071 » J9G52 + K 7 2 N'ORTII (I)> 2> A A K Q 1 2 VK 63 » AK * 108 1 EAST *.! !ODS V A J92 #1033 * A 6 SOLTII ¥ Q85 4Q7-1 4. Q J 9 5 * North-South vuV North East South 1 A Pas? I N.T- 2N.T- Pass Pass Opening—* ^ West Pass Pass Amenta's birthright is not so MiuUl th^t it can be sokt by men and women who place it on terms | no-tiump?" L1 " liiph"' lhaii (he value of n! u - 5 ., i x , ldcr | lne n;lm | but ex- pciilon of Ihe hack, the IHV*. the , " lillk ---oat.-Sen Lyndon Johnson. | pcrt5 wou!(1 ttant , 0 rMcll „ R ., me i contratt. 'llteyYe quite willing to I jn-^t lo^ e salami John Boh-; play such hands for uamc ou tHc atnund the lar^c joints. and ihr , Ur.M w n|] arc comir.on lo-.'^- tions. Paul is almost always prrnil but swellKip is far le.^s contnnt. Ten- to pressure is the rule Now Yovk City Inuctoer, sU- cr Customs officers caught him trying lo sniUKple in eight pounds rt^ilcs 01 little bumps iinrter the skin ; o/ German salamt. theory \\\\\\. the. opiioueiits will : seldom find the killing defense. j Tliree no-trump is beaten if l West o^wns a heart, for then the I 23 Small bird 25 Mariners 29 Responds to treatment 31 Uranus 32 Talmud commentary 33 Small bristle 34 Umvroughl inkle (pi.) 36 Promontory 37 Viscera 39 Tattcv 42 Lubricants 43 Instrumental duets 46 So long (Fr.) 48 She is a screen and radio 51 Units of length 52 Epicure 53 She is a 54 Beasts of burden VERTICAL 1 Ordered 2 Scope 3 Pause 4 Hit (slang) 5 Winglike part 6 Showers 7 Eagles' nests 8 Actor 27 Units of reluctance 28 Station (ab.) 2S Royal Geographic Society (ab.) 30 Game ragout 43 Greek 35 Shrub genus township 38 Simple sponge -H Employer 39 Male sheep -55 Devotees (pi.) 40 Entrance 41 River in New Mexico 47 Ever (contr.) 49 Philippine Ircfl 50 Railroad guar<l <ab.) 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