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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 30, 1956
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Friday, March 30, 1956 •* DAILY CROSSWORD laylamn 9tta ACROSS t. Mature 5. Pin for •,: roasting meal 9. An infective agent 10. Half-moons • 12. Elliptical 13. Hun 14. Little child 15. Small depression <16. Sun pod 17. Constituent 19; Light bed 20. Perform 21. Foot covering 22. Edge 25. Injures 26. Important food of China 27. Variant of "Ai" (Bib.) 28. Frozen water 29. City (Calif.) 33. Exclamation 34. Tardy . 35. Extinct bird (N. Z.) 36. Inherent character 38. Old coin (Cr.) . 39, Male duck 40. Fat 41. Perished 42. Employ for wage* DOWN 1. A. competitor 2. Sultan's decree 3. Persian copper coin 4. East by south (abbr.) 5. Tip 6. Football' kick 7. India (poet.) 8. A tea shop' 9. Franchise 11. Tablets used in early schools 13. Aperture 15. Adorn IS. Hair on lion's neck 19. Greek letter 21. To manage a sailboat 22. A min. ia- ter of France 23. " the Lion- Hearted" 24. Frozen svater 25. Manufacture 27. Detest 29. Rowed 30. A shade of brown Yesterdiy'i Answer 34. Author of the 3rd Gospel (Bib.) 37. Chief linguistic stock of Indo-China 31. Gallows rope 38. Sash (Jap.) 32. A valley 40. Cry of pain \2. n. ^^ 2.6 Vo 41 'i io IE n 10 2.S 40 Zi IS 8 Ite 1-30 Khrushchev Pulling Strings On Stalin By KOTJEUT MUSEI, LONDON —UP— Europe's puppet Communist party lenders won't rr,«ke another move in the down-with-Staiin campaign until boss-man iX'ikita S. :-Omishchev pulls the strings. The red-faced Reds are tired of doine back-somersaults at Moscow's bidding—and at their age, too. So Stalin, the man of steel, had fc;t of clay. Okay. But. dear Comrade Khrushchev, how far up the embalmed torso in tnc mausoleum' in Red Square did the clay extend? • Do his parly accomplishments entitle htm to "an ondurinjr place in the Soviet hall of fame? (H would simplify matters if {hey did. Comrade Khrushchev, for there nrc many thousands of mementoes of tho old lender, including: at least 187 children named for him by their Italian Commu- nwt parents.) .Europe's satellite Communist parties have suffered a dangerous amount of embarrassment over the removal of Uncle Joe's linlo at the big- Moscow party conpress. Ridicule is a weapon even Com- munists fear and they know -they look ridiculous. All Britain already is savoring- the discomfiture of leader Harry Pollitt who addresses his Communist party convention this weekend. When Pollitt wrote Stalin's obituary, he said there were tears in his eyes. Now he has to claim he was only crying on the outside, if not actually laughing on the inside. <-• •In India, the Soviet embassy at New Delhi removed a large photograph of Stalin which faced visitors in the outer hall. In Amsterdam Stalin books dis- npp3ared from the windows of the city's only Communist book shop. In Paris, n photograph of Stalin was reported to have been removed from the Communist meeting: room in the National Assembly. Italian newspapers said a bust of Stalin had been t.iken out of the main reception hall of the Soviet Embassy in Rome. High-heeled shoes are said to have been introduced by Catherine de Medici, wife of Henry It of France. Her heels were about an inch high. Television Glances- fiy WH.UA.M EWAL1) NEW YOHK —UP— Will Ropers Jr. may be the spiitin' image of his old man, but he hns no plans to be the spattin- '.mapc. It was Will Sr., a lariat and word twirlcr from Oklahoma, who las- saocd himselt an elcpnnt reputation more than two decades ago by poking pointed fun at the men who make headlines. It's a pretty safe bet that a political campaign like this year's would hnvc provided fair game for his sharp- shootinp. But Will Jr.. a sensitive, articulate man .who toils in the genteel sweatshops of CBS-TV, refuses to be forced into his fr'.her's mold. He'll take his "Good Morning" show to the political convention this year, but won't essay the role of pickinp them aoirt. "I'm not much like my father in any wny cxcapt for the physical resemblance." said young Rogers Thursday. "He was more humorous, more of n. coinmentator. He t FROEHNER RADIO SERVICE \V. Texas Dial 2052 had more of a point ol view that he liked to express. "1 think the difference between him and myself is this: He analyzed: I'm. descriptive." Digging' into a late breakfast of sausages and scrambled eggs, he vcwired the thougTit that his father would hnvc dropped pretty comfortably into' the TV medium today. "This. would really have been the medium for him. Radio wasn't, but TV would have been. I think he would have been a little like Arthur Godfrey, only more humorous and more reflective." Young Will, who also has worked as a newsman a-vl rnovio actor, agreed that the kind of political needling for which his fnth-^- became famous has largely disappeared. 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