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4 NMTHWtST ARKANSAS TIM*, tayvMwrife, Ardent**, Tv*M«y, April IS, 19,12 Arkanaaa Qitmri Fubliih.d diilr ixc»t fundir by FAYETTEVlLLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Hob«rl« Fulbiighl, Prtildinl Foundtd J u n « 14, 1110 Entered »1 the post ollicf nt Fayclleville, Ark., m Second-Clans Mail Malltr. dm t. O«»rhtrl. Vic* Pr«i.-G»ntril Minnfii Ttd R. Wylir Editor MEMBER o r H The Associated Prc.'S Is exclusively emitlerl In the Uf« (or rrpUulli'Mion of n i l n e w s clisp.itdlcs credited to it nr not nUicjv.-^e r r n l i i r f l jn this paper in'l nlm thr lm-.il u ws puMi^icd herein. All right:; of r c p u b l i i M U t m of :.j;rda! dji- patches herein ,11 c n!.'.t» n:.crveii fiUliSCIIIPTlUN riATLS Pel W«K . .............. '4« (hy r a r n r r i M;.|| 'ale* in \V;r h i n f l n n . R r n l f t t v M*flll',n coun- 1|r", Ark . ,-.ml Arlair rounly. Oklii Or," mnntli . . ............ .. 71c Tl.rrr m nllli ..... ..... . .. ...... ................ J"" ftix minlhs ...... ................ ............ I 1 '-" One yeir .......... IBM Malt in r i . u n t i r n nllicr than (thrive 1 On* mnntl- ......... ....... ......... H.M Thri-c month* ............................... }J-M Six mnnlh* ............ ---------- t M One- ye«r .. . ........ s* f ffl All m;tii pjivni'i" in :riv;inre Mtmber A u d i t Bureau of Circulation Proiifi ami r w t i p h l y *cnrnnr fs his nanip, wlifi rlraleth in prmnl w r a t h . -Proverbs 21 :~M Who Is Re ncfilinir? Sniilli\vr"li.TH l i i ' l l T i ' l c ' i i l i n n c f 'iini|iiiny wiirlicrs in K f i y c t t o v l l l f hnvp, as fiir as we riill'drlormine, ;ib.«nlnfc!y nn c|ii;irrcl w i t h the corr.piniy which liiri.'s t l i n n and pays 1ht!|]' KitliirU:.". In f a d . t h e nuii|iaiiy navs thnlr oonlrarl.s rxlcnd i n l n .Iiino. Also, t h e company reports. Iliorc nn- nn Western Electric, crews here. (Western Kiectric wnrkcru are nn s t r i ' x p in "ii efffirt In gain more, pay and rtlicr l i r r i n f i f s . ) In fipiip nf (lie nbnvt! facts, imnorlfltl pickots hnvo (MMipai'cr 1 twice w i t h i n the f?)Kl few flays in front nf the local telephone exi'hniiRe, mid service has lirjen ells- m n t f j l as union members amoiiR I h e trie- phone npmil'ii'fi, untler contract w i t h the company. h a v o ' l c f t t h e switchboards. Sunday the union operators slaved off (heir jobs nil flay even tliou!?h picket? did not nppear. The only value Ihe n'riko. Im.i. so far as union members here :'re concerned, is a )Hii.'..mic.e yjilue. The local operators have liothinff fo frain by s l r ' v i n i r :iway from work, unless Inkinj.' i^horl and fiiasmodic "v."cat!on«" or "holiddys" can be called A l t h n u f r h management and Mipcrvis- Ty eninloves HIT rlninp ( h e i r level be*l to Vor-p telephone fervice operalrnjf in Kay- f t t e v i l l e , the public is M i f f e r i n r some in- ronvenienco and i r r i l i i l i o n . If ( h e people eonld sec wliere these nuisance strikes were helpinp the i n d i v i d u a l employes. Ihey mishl foel di'fferently nbont. it. As thing* ctr.nd. nobody appenrs to he benefiting. Thn tclcnhone cbmnany ha* pointed mil. "There is p n i h i n f r i h n l anyone in the Soulhweslern Rell Telephone Company c«n do about meeting the. donmmlB on Western Electric. The d i » p u i e can nol be neMled w i l h i n 11 t l m t i N i i i d miles of any of t h e rninrmiiiillos t h e Soiitliwcstern Bell tervvt." If Ihe Wcjilfrn Kiectric u n i m i bo^cs flre hcvfntr fun senrlinir I h e i r pickets M l h o r and ynn to di.'TUI'l service, i h e v '-ire dniiiif it fl the expnuse of Ih'e telephone ii.'fra -- w i t h o u t any Imiv. i h a t we can see, of frettinc; n n y t ' i l n g p a r l i r u l u r otil nf it for t h e men and women they are calling off the.ir jobs. W i t h all t h e l i l l l e w h H p r'nuds n n Easier, it was Ihe -rirl.i w i t h ni-w b u n n e l s \ ho cried. Kisenhower's r.uiipni-ii'i-s winil him In avoid rnmnii-liiiiir. himself nn l o n l r n v e r s i B l issues. In pnlilics, the s t r a t e g y is nol new. There's lieen some expiTl biick-passinj,' of t h e blanip for Tuck l i i f - h o p ' s release. Almost everylindy bii! llWinp agrees it was a m i s t n k e -- soiuelifdy elt-e's. Ar. more p n l i i i c i a n s c l i i i i l i H H | M t h e bandwaxoii. wo can look I'm- mure sour notes. A n t o n y,.| l,,. !); ,. r .,,,,! i.pii,.,^ |, llt ,,,,. body does a n y l h i n . - ahmit Ihe drivers. The only ( h i m 1 mve-sarv for the tritimpli of evil i- l h a i ;; ..... i niun do n o t h Inu.- K d n i ' i i u l J i n r k v . THE WASHINGTON M erry-Go-Round r DREW PEAMBON Ws^iinutnn--Sen. Dk-k R u t h t l l of Ge.orjjla who ha:! lieen more e f f e c t i v e th.Mi any f j l h e r Siinihtrri .'enntor In hlorkioR tiie Truman civil r i g h t s prriRrftni. now fiivef. i n r l l r a t i o m that he h«;. " hancH his m i n d -- H I Icir.i in pjii't. NdV.' lli.'it n u f r e l l \'. n prf.|rlenllal c;imliliile, f r l e n i i J say i K a l he m i l f h l hn w i l l i n s In rnin- p i o m i j e somewhat -- t h o o g h he: would never a t t r p l a rompu^ory FFJH/. Tip-off on tills p O f t M b i l l l y -- a n d it'.". oj!y in I l i r p i e l i i n i l l a r v :.(:il',f-- I:;IMIC: v/hen !n;ilor ML-. Fiii'land of Ari?.on/i, the COOM ii..ntiou?, IJf HIM- r i a l l e leader, beuan M U J I » | I I I K out i n i i i i n i i y qroupH about a ( o m p i o m i M - . If MH'li .1 (001- |^lonli:,e can l^e v.'orkr'l onl !,;ill; f;n t o j y I j u t h to Necro leader? and morlcrjite S o u l h c r n i ' i : . Mo Farltn-l w i l l h u n g it up in the S c o . i t i : -- w i l h Russell'8 hler.ilng. * * * "Heilr; !.'0;. i :.' T l .'.'»^ t h e way Tien Kairle. 1 :. 1 :, head nf tl-,e R i a n t U.S. Steel C o m p a n y , preetrd Sfrre- lary ot Cooiinert n Sawyer w h e n he w ; i l k d i n t o Sawyer's o f f i c e a f t e r the government Mei/.ed Ihe hterl inrluslry . . . Sfiwyr-r Wfi. 1 ; m u n c h i n r : a U i a p e / r u i t in Detroit when i call c-antf.' t h r n u ^ h from Ihe While Hou:.e lellin^ him In r t u n i l hy heiduse the president wauled to take over m«cl. He (lew hnck to Washington . . . At a m e e l l n K of Defense D e p a r t m e n t oflitial;;, Sri re- l a r y Loveit i'mphahi?.td t h e a b s o l u t e i m p o r t a n c e nf keeping Ih? Ftecl m i l l s r u n n i n B , He s.iid a closedown ^'ould be n disaster to Korea and Ihe t l r f e i w e f f o r t . . . Senators M a y b a n k of South r.irnlliin nnrl RoherlKon rf V i r u i n l a have been p i i l l l n j i bBrkstaBe wires to KIVI? I h e .'.led indu;.- li-y a price inrrear,e reRai'flle;,:; of (tie effect nn i n f l a t i o n , rtobertsnn iui.'i had r a i l s from the Mecl IohhyJF:ls. M n v l i a n k Is c h a i r i n n n of the p o w e r f u l S f n a l e Bankin;; and Currf-ncy O u n m i t t r e :.ii])- pn?ed to help hold Ihe l i n e asainst price in- ci-eanefi . . . Even labor ha.s been exerting Mime quiet prcr..siire to increase steel prices modc.hily. 'I'ou^hert man to move ici'.ardioy prices, however, is President Troiium hioi:e!f--alnn^; w i t h OPS A d m l n l s t r u t o r E l l i s A r n a l l and SU- hlliier Roicr P u t n a m , * * * P e n n s y l v a n i a Democrat. 1 , don't w a n t f n :!ick I h f l r necks out p u b l i c l y , t.u) liehin'.l t h e scenes ?om? of th? ITP leaders are d o i n g I t i e i r b^M. to hl9rk (he r o n f l r m a t i o n of t h e i r f e l l o w Democrat J i m M r C r a n e r y an a t t o r n e y g e n e r a l . Plttst'jurph's Mayor David Lawrence, t o p Dcinorratie leafier nf Western Pennsylvania, let off A telephonic bins! lo Democratic C h a t n r a n Frank M r K l n n e y iRaimil McGranery. So did c:;- Seli. Francis Myers of Eastern i ' e i m s y l v a n i a in a cull to Senate friends on Ihe J u d i c i a r y Comm i t t e e . N e i t h e r one w a n t e d to he t subpnotuind and and forced to t a k e a stand publicly, though I h r y were (lad to drop a few h i n t s a n n u l M c C i r a n - ery's record to the newspjipers. Inlerestinj! fact is l h a l the once l o c k - r i b b e d R c p u l l t i c a n rily of P h i l a d e l p h i a « l i i ' - h liado't hwd « D r m o r r n t i c m a v n r since shortly ,'ift"r ll'.i* C i v i l w«r. last November elected one. I! was t h e b i g K P s t e l r a n - u p o f g r n f t - r i d d c n P h i l a d e l - phia politics In years nnrt n real t r i u m p h for clean j o v c r n m r n t . But Ilir. leaders of Ibis new nein.icrdfie a d - m l n i s l r a t i n n . M a y o r ,Ioe C l a r k and D i s l r i c l A t - torney Dick Dilwonh. not only were nol consulted hy the W h i t e House r r n a i d i n R M c C i r a n pry, but j»rf vigorously onno:rd lo h i m . Yet Mc- fir«nei'y is supposed to clean up the Justice DG- p«rlm?nt! * * * Ttif secretary of labor is supposed to know more aiiout idbor u n i o n s t h a n any other man in the c a b i n e t ; which was one reason handsome Secrtlary o[ Labor M a u r i c e Tobin, former PO\'- ernnr of M n n r a f h u F p l t f t . wns i n v i t e d to o f f i c i a t e at the preview of the new f i l m " W i t h These Hands." Thr f i l m Is the history nf d y n a m i c f a v i d Oiihln.iky'" I n t e r n a t i o n a l G a r m e n t V\'orl:rr- Unfoil, which 111 evi'MK-ly produced t l - n Ti;'«i:id- way m u s i r n l hit "Pins aivl Needles." Thr i l . r ; w ; s a r i v a l r,( .laeoh P n t o f s k y ' s A m a l c a m a l P d C t o t h i n c W o r k e r r , Ibe U t t e r I n H k i n c ntf-n'.s elnlhlni; and helonginc to t h e i.'in, \»hil" iiu- blnsky'v Ladipf G a r m e n t Wni-kcr.s m a k e ladies,' clotNni: ;oid bpl'inq lo the AFL. A n o t a b l e c a l h e r t n c of senators and c,,n- ere.ssmen, I n r l u d m q I t a l i a n Amlja: -;idnr T.-r- cblHiii, talhered I n t h e I n t e r i o r I J e n a r t m e n l a i i - l i - t ' « r i u n i wiirn ,Sr-ci-ftar'.- f Labor Tohin roM 1 to lell ;ihni:| ll-o iir-w I L O W f i l m . "This f i ' m . " said t''.c sccrrlai^' of l.itior. "is In honor of a n e a t u n i f u i \ v h i c h has r i n t M - M niucll for t h e w o r k i n g peonle. sn n m r h for tr.-Klc l i n l n n i . ' n i . so muc'i for t h e A m e r i c a n projili- the A n i a ' c . i m n t e d C ' l o l b i n j Workr"s.'" riill Orccn. presideol n( t h e AK1,. loil:-,l ln,r- r i f i e d Anihii'^a'lor Tare.hnni looker! uncom- f o r t a b l e . D a v i d n u h i n . - k v . vhoj-r- u n i o n should ha\'e been named, \vjs a b r i i i t t l ' n o n l v one who reo'Hined i'ivvi-ive. A m u r m u r r.io t h r o u g h ( h e andlellre. nut Ihe .M-cri't.iry of labor kept b l i t h e - ly on. + + ·«· Ross C r u m p of M e m p h i s i : . M-poii'-ly cnnsid- erini; d i l c h m i ! B . r i - y r a i - o l d Sen. K e n n r l l i Mc- K e l l . i r of T c n n e . . : p f , , r i(.,-l|.,-t'oo. C r u m p l h i n ! ; s II w o u l t l h e d i f f i c u l t f o r t h r DrnwraU t o w i n if M i - K r l l a r were n o m i n a t e d , is t r - - i n s to c-t M c K r l t a r t o admi! b i s b c a l l l i is n o t e r p i a l ' i ' i n i n n i n c a f a i n . . . The Mouse of llcnresenla- ti\'cs lai.t \vcek unanimous-ly ^·flteri ;j c o n t e m n t c i t a t i o n a q a i n s t H e n r y G r u n c w a l d . llie \ v i i e - l a o - ner dud w i r e - p u l l e r . In r n n l r a s l , the Senate dist r i c t nf Columbia C o m m i t t e e last vein ducked ,T contempt c i t a t i o n . Reason: Si-nalor Mi-l'.irlhy pcr- suadcd liepuhlii-an mcmbcr.sof tin- n u m n i t i e e to reverse themselves and KO to bat for G i u n e w a l d hey'll Do h l v e y Time By J i m m y Hatlo J AtiD F BUrTO ' CAH'T MAKE THEIR AFFAIR, SQVIE H OTHER SUCKER SUDDENLY BKO.MES THEIR BUFFO SH3ULP GET /,S MM /»; HE DOES THOSE PHOSiy PLA3UITS". THEN' .U-VrBE ~M"S TURKD ' OFP THE AlR ;:;.V.. MY '.M PKE-S'CJiNTT o- Mi: WE'D Vf XXI TO COME TO TJ PECfcVtl /, PLAMS. -- 'ive \ OO OJK /6K CKlBMEV FORA FREE HE'D G/M-L THiE COPS- IDT PLAQUES KJT (W THE RENT-- . TIP Of THE H/4TLO JUT MAC*-, - Improvising a f k - r he harl bnrn linked up w i t h Senator Brr\v- ster uf M a i n e jn t a p p i n g Hovvarrl Tugl-iC.s 1 teir- phunt, 1 wiri'.s . . . La:-.t w i n t e r a f t e r Prc.siflcnt Truman 'Kid a h c a d y invited .Judm? .Ju.-ain M i l l e r !n be a l t ' i n i p y g v n o r a l , T r u m a n t u l d ;i f r i f i u i : "I ju:;t fed lo«t s u i i y lor t h i s jjuy ( M c G u i l l i j . I can't fiit- him." One of tl)o mnr.t iinprnli f ib|p aiKr-rloip? about \\\v l a l e f!e'irc.p I'irnvird Shaw rnncrnr an f-vr- i i i t i c when a l a d y drair.Mii',1 linnisv.Ti^eilnH him i i i i ' i i i t i n u l i n c ; t h e t r y - o u t of 1'cr ut-v: ]il;iy. "Ni'\v. yon i i f i i s h i y rn.iu." ;;hr c h i d e i i k i t l c m s h - ly. --you are nut in j - n f - a k nut in thr m i d d l e nf my r l r n m a . " Shaw \v;is p l r n k o d r!nw:i h e h i m f her nnd leaned frmvr.rcl to pot a better view tit tiic proceedings. H a l f - w a y t h r o u g h t h p f i r ^ t a d . t h e aulhnre:--; f e l t a t i c k l i n g :en:a'uon on her neck. G r u p i n g in t h e d a r k , s!in f e l t a loo.'-c :-tr;md nf h n i r and t n t k - od i! f i r m l y i n t o place willi a biy h a i r n i n . Sud- dr-nly Shaw, t h o r o u g h l y bnrrri \jv the iime, du- c i ' I n l lo f a l l back in his - r a t . Then he cried ·OiiL-h." Then he lukl t!se a j l h u : -L-I.S. ··iMaciam, if you w i l l k i n d l y l a k e m y b r a i d o u t ' f your h a i r , I p r n m i . ^ P I V . ' n n ' t litjr|j;(i r u ! ( i f [ J U S b?.ll\. U l l t l l your confounded p l a y is over.' 1 * * * A r n - t r n n i n r v . n j r i fr-ni t h " h f r . P H m W-'O- sry · · l l p f r i f r J n H c h i g n man hy hi- a r - ' - i c i a t n y . j-n- m e r n h e r i h n t Juiiar. J:-c;iriut t r a v n l o d in the best of companv." * * * V-ile's h e f t y f i , . i t h ; . l l cnnch, H e r m a n l l i c k - m^i. oner, t r i e d tn t r a c h a h u n c h of Tnx.m , . \ i a l l r n i c.-.rlrl:; i h c rudinicn:-, of tl'.e jMine. Rrfm'i: the t i r - ^ t sciimm;.(:c Iv r n n i i r U - i l t h e m . "Kick l h a t h . . | . h-iv;:. .MI. [ i f t h a t ' : ; iiniio:.;-iblo, t a k e l!'n man n i i p n ^ j t r - ynu mit of p!av. I . r i V go! Whf-rr';; I h c h; H-" On" f , f T-e Trx.m:; rjaculal.'.',. "Heck. f c r n i l the h a i l : U t V U''! slai^evl w i l h t h e ramo:" minded philosophy professor, once set out for a concert in the dead of w i n t e r and was annoyed to discover as he emerged into the cold that he had forgotten his hat. He had to ride back up to (lie n i n t h floor, and when he made his rcappciirancc,'. somewhat winded, a .surprised companion paid, "Well, whcre's the hat you went back for?" "Shucks," exclaimed Professor Edman. "Did I forget that ton?" Go-turn** By GRAHAM BERRY (For Hal Boyle) Beverly Hills, Calif.-WV-Convinced that "if enough people knew each other, war would be beautiful leather cowboy coslumef v.'hich he dotigned himsel/, civilian clothes he docigne s, unnorn; is, bobsleds, skis, mineral and stamp collections. Uncle, Larry keeps Ihe cowboy knew eacn otncr, war v.'oum DC · . , .·; Impossible," Uncle Larry Perkins j costumes because servicemen Ilk. is conducting a campaign against j |° have their picture! taken u what he considers the world's; ' ncm worst sin-loneliness. | Receive, M.ny Glfli .. . I His house also contains many- He is atiackinfi it where it i s | g i f l 3 from sralc £ul GIs, Including apt to be strongest--on the battle- sh[)U | der patcneSi service ribbons field and m rooms lle - where SICK and medals, lie is especially proud i--i-- ··- j o f a fiitt from Sst. W. F. Webb o* He does it chiefly hy v.-ntinc Princeton, W. Va. It is the field letters--thousands of them--and · roa ( ,,r l n c ] a ( C Gen. George Pat- by inducing thousands of other | | OM| w |, 0 placed it over Webb as persons to write each other. He i n, c ] a (ter lay wounded on a has 200. "relay" ngcnts in the stretcher in Korth Africa in 1943. United Nations armed forces help him distribute the mail. The genial gent, who has diff i c u l t y in finding time to make a Undo Larry also stages v a u d e - 1 living as a gardener, also con- ville and variety shows at veter- i ducts a missi»g persons bureau in ans' hospitals. He's an cx-vaudc- j the armed forces. His "search 1 villian and although he's 49 and j lists" arc posted at many m i l i t a r y his gray fringe looks a little sorry ! camps. on top, he still can dsnce and : His big interest, of cour^, is roller rHiatc on his hands. his relay mail system. He's talked Cookie Relay dozens of coeds at the University Ano'her project is his "cookie of C a l i f o r n i a at Los -Angeles and relay." He claims he's persuaded i young people from churches and i high school domestic science j other groups into writing letters, classes in every slat; in the union · s t a r t i n g them simply, "Dear Cout- lo make Easter cookies and sehd i in." The letters arc rent to relay them to the U. N. forces in Korea \ agenls in Army, Navy nnd A i r and Japan. j Force u n i t s who distribute them to' Letters from shut-inr, and the men who need'them. Many newspapers send him let- blind arc given special attention. He introduces blind persons, via letters, lo blind service men at Wadsworth Veterans Hospital near here. Icrs GIs. t h e y , receive from lonely* Although he's a bachelor and -·re. lives alone, Uncle Larry says he Perkins als-o entertains G f s a t j h a s found the cure for loneliness.* 1 his modest bachelor's home; it is i It's simple, he says: Just try to bulging with such, ik-ms as 400 i help other people from feeling that pairs of riding and cowboy hoots, I way. lev. in K d m n n , Columbia's f a m o u s but absent- Questions And Answers Q--\Vh'» i n i r o d u c e r i pearlies i n t o Eurnpe? A--Alc.xiintler Ihe Great brought them back f r i ' m Pcr.^in. Q -- I f it wrro pn.^ible ("or ;i m;m In stfuirl on UK- .sun. hnw m u c h would he weigh thcrr? A -If n man weighing 150 pounds on I h r e a r t h cnutrl be rarrird In the sun, ho would weigh nrnrly two Ions. Q--What famous concert pianist was a!?o premier of his c o u n t r y ? A--When the new Polish Republic was cre- alrri Ipnacr Padercwski served as premier, Q--Why is the climate of Rhode Island mild- fir t h n n t h a t of other New EnRland states? A--The w a r m i n g influence of-Narragansctl Uiiy makes it milder. Q--I-'or how lone is a passport viood? A--TVn yrnrs. It may be renewed for two a d d i t i o n a l years. Q--What eventually became of the Stone of SroncV A--Thr Sinn* 1 , n n r i c n t symbol nf Scottish n n - j t i i i r i a l i . ' - m , in back in its old place under the coro- j n a t i o n chair. Q- -Air goldfish n a t u r a l l y gold in color? A --Nf). The cold color has been produced hy careful hif!crilit£. j Q--^ corn raised in all sections of the country? A--Cnrn \? planted and harvested in every our of i ' « c -in state?. O -- W h i c h is the newest republic in the We:.?crn Hemippherr? A--r;mamy, which declared its independence in 1903. £0 T M i : S T U I t V i l-Vnrlni; t l m t hi* V l l i r r i r. . S i i m o r t h r f I » I 11 « n v r m l i i l l In break Wl 1^1- riiuiiim-r. .rnruf flor« HIM HIM| ifc-r : il.-liirr , ! Ilir d i i U K l i I r r V n . l l j n n l l r u i I v p lllltl llnrn lull klKnr lllr T,,r- IV /M-:OIX:F. KKNDALI. ruliod the ^ J p i i - t u i i : of K i i i h w i i r t h ' s cl.iUKh- lor M a r i l y n trctn his pooko; anil held it .--n t h a t V c r n a could soe. " l i o ; i u t i f u l daushtcr." lie eluded. "Do you mil her h c a u t i f u l ? W h a t oho wo-.ild stop an cijiht day dork'"' " T u t ' i r e s ran be doocivinfi," Vcrnn D r n l i m rcpl'Cii a u i l y . niter a Rlnnoc ill ihc phrlo. "Upsides. I've heard ihiit tomlmy u i i l s ran hp r x l r e i n c l y H K K i w i v c -.vhon they l^n a f l r r ssiiMt'lhiiii;. I l mif:ht br n c-ai-P nf luinr.ini; nntn her boy (rii-nrl. or slio inli'.lit i l r f i T l boy f r i i - n i l and 1:0 (or you Any- \vuv. J . M I nnr.lit n r n l nir." "Sumrtimcs I pel tlir n n p i r f r i n n t h i i l y n u ' t c Ihi' ir.'dntis ly] 'tUni-f.e ?:f:hrd. "Thi'ic's nothing ,nn t h i s ''"so i h n t ' l l m:ile me w a u l ·your help. 1 tcld you it's a lame l.hirk." ' Tllr phollf jan^lr'l. Unur.rd to the noiM\ (of the p l u m e hnrl nnt '·nine for d n y s . fk-iiiKO didn't reach (or H. VIM na atmvn rd. ··Kcnil.ill Pfln-tive Aponry," she . s a n R . "Yi-s. !U''s here. One m i n - utr." Shi 1 handfd (icnrr.e the ; hnnc. "It's (nr ynil." flrorr.r answrri-d ami hoard Mr Siiiwnrth's voirf rr.irkliiiB in -»r. "Oh ye'.. Mr. Sulwnrth,' . I r o r ^ p winked al Verna. "I'm p o n y to hollnT you aisaln iMit there ^ a n our nnpoi liint ili-lai "i.it 1 O\TI loiila'd. and I thoUKht iniiilil I" phono you." "Yo«. I'm fjljnl you rnllrd. W don't vviinl to i)voihoK unythmt! V h a t is it. Mr. Sutworth?" "This Chio( nig Rear. 1 meant o tell you, is really BIG. lie is w r c r t l o r hy profession :1 nri unless n very wronp. 1 v. ..uld puess h.nt he has various underworld nr.tioclion?. There is probably no nerd to tell you Ihis, but it would ic advisable for you to be armed n all limes." OcorRC Kendall's happy enthusiasm hail suddenly withered. He v:is a p r i v a t e sleuth o( sort?, but k'llmtcly not a gunman. In fact, if ilctr.stcd Runs. Gcnrsc gulped. "Mr. Kendall? Mr. Kendall, arc on still there?" Sutworth rasped. "Ye^. 1 " Goorce managed to Ret is vmiT back. "Yes. I'm still u-rc." "You koop in close touch with mo. Po you hear?" "Well, soot! luck." Sulworth IUI:K up. ' Gemcc 5t.irtorl r u m m a g i n g iri'iir.rl in hir do;.k. "What's the m i i t l e r . GoorRC?" Vcrna asked. "You're w h i t e as a "N - r, o t h i n R." CeorRC said. "Whcro'd ynu put my permit to r a r r y n p u n ? " Gun! Clrorpe Kendall, ro matter w h a l you pay. I'm KOinR lora St.'rinEjs w i t h you. You need inc." · · · /""KOHC.E slKhcd i n w a r d l y wilh " rcliol. "Okay, then. Hut 1 hope it isn't your f u n e r a l , or mine either." "You'ic a hiH'k of a private de- lorlivc," Verna said. "Maybe I r,m." Goorce declared "I'd l i k e lo Rot i n t o romr other lino, hut I don't know how to do II." "1 rnuld k l r s ynu (or that," si shoulod. " M a t l r r nf (art. I will.' and she rote lo her lip-loos und kh.sod him R o n t l y on Ibe choek. "The kiss," V e i n n went on as G r o i R o daubed bis h a n d k o r o h i o tn -omoxT Iho l l p r t l o k from his du-ck. "is nol (or wnntinit lo be omcthinfi flse. but because you're lot going to quit. I am proud of 'ou for not bein^ fl quitlcr." He was still benumbed by the bought of gunplay. The case had ookcd like en?y sledding, but now c wondered if it would be. "C'mon, Huwkshaw. Snap out f it." He became suddenly erect. "Just ncntally spending tbat 500 dol- ar?." he said, managing a smile. We'd better hurry, or we'll miss hat train." They made arrangements tn meet at Pennsylvania Station 15 minutes before train time. "And on't be late," he cautioned. They locked up the office, went lawn the stairs togelhnr. and then vavinq goodby on the street be- ow,- each started oft in separate directions. KENDALL lived in a larRC. rambling rooming house nol far from Washington Square, iis room was simple and tailored o meet his means. HP would have rather lived in one of the lavish ip.ulments that fringed Central 'ark and that was tenerally asso- ·iated with private pyes. but wilh nisincss so poor, he had to conserve. From his dresser, he removed he last of a stack of white shirts. These he packed neatly into the jrnwn leather suitcase. In the movies, the private eyes often had heir own valets to perform such menial d u t i e s as this, but George did not conform to »ny of the standards that one usually nsfo- riatos with private detectives. Sadly larking, were the voluptuous, death-stalked women, the expensive Scotch and particularly, the $10 tips. Those wore limps when he questioned his rcaions for bcinR a private detective. It wasn't as Rlam- orous as it was eraokod up to be, and he suddenly felt homesick, and yet. there was no home. His pnronld had died several years ago a n d thpre wore no brothers or jlstcrs. He'd boon raised all his l i f e on n farm, and thour.h It was nice tn Ret into the city nnd brlRht lifihls. It would he even nioor lo act hark to Ihe (aim. (T« Be C«n!lnurd) / Dear Miss Di?r: Two years ;igo I met Bill, wilh whom I am now very much in love. At the time of our meeting, he was engager! to Mary. Shortly a f t e r the engagement be went into thr A r m y ; Mary dated others, then broke the engn£rmcnt--and Bill's heart! lie tm ned to me. T wrote him every dyy and restored his f a i t h in women. 1 grew to love him and thought lie was slowly coming to love mo, too. When he- returned from service we began going togrthcr ;inrl I was sure hn had forgotten M a r y . Now I f i n d t h a t ho has been Bering her. He rlown't know i V i t 1 know this, and hi: dnc-Mi't v / . i r i t to hurt me. I realise In? is s t i l l jn love w i t h Mary. However, I cannot feel t h a t I am doing justice by l e t t i n g him gu wilh her, knowing l h a t she WHS once u n f n i l h f u l . Nfciiher do I want lo keen him bound' lo me against his wirhcs. Jn my opinion there arc two ways to determine the problem. Should 1 tell Bill I have scccn him with Mary, nnd let him decide, or should I keep silent, hoping t h a t devotion nnd patience w i l l make Mary's love ponm foolish? I wfmt to m a k e P i l l RS !i;»ppy -is possible nnd hope Ilia! by doing Ihr r i g h t tiling he w i l l be. Either he forgives Mary, nr Irpvnr. to Invc HIP girt who was In.vnl. The decision lies in my hands, for I know he would never do a n y t h i n g to h u r t me, yet is confused between his love for Mary and his obligation to me. Doris I. L. Answer: If Bill's u l t i m a t e choice JK Mnry, I can re.'idiiy rcc t l i a t he is g i v i n g u p -'i fine prn.on. gruc-r- 01 is and understand ing. Hmvuver Ihe h e a r t is ;.n iiiipreclic'uibk- m-_ pan. w a n d e r i n g where il w i l l w i t h nr thought for wisdom. If Bil! s t i l l loves Mary, as it would appear lie does, it will be best for both of you if you Irt him go without f u r t h e r acio. For Bill's sake, it ir. tn be hoped t h a t Mnry's former treatment of him was dun to a mii-undcrstandim: r a t h e r t h a n a f u n d a m e n t a l flaw in her nv,*n character, that she has now profit- ed by the mistake and la prepared , to give Bill th» love he deserves. Tell Him You Know Rather than continuing n deception, it would be best for you * lo tell Bill you know he has been seeing Mary, and ask him w h a t ho wants to no. If he is uncertain, continue, soring him for a while; in the- long run it may be harder on you to t a k e this delaying action, but there is always a chance it will give you Bill for keeps. Don't nan him about Mary, go out on other dates yourself, and give ' him t i m e to make the decision. Put it 1 i him very definitely lhat the choice is his--even though you know the decision is now up lo you. There are, however, two other points to consider. One is Mary's personality. If you honestly feel that she hasn't the qualities Bill needs in a wife, you'd be actually hurling him if you surrendered your claim too easily. Then there i.s Bill's own character. Has lie really beun in love wilh you, or have you felt right along lhat his affection "W:IK transitory? You caught him on the rebound. Will lie resent your t r y i n g to hold him. even if his feeling of obligations keeps him at your side? My summing up thp situation is l h a t Mary probably broke the engagement in a fit of pique and hastily regretted it, t h a t she and Bill havo never stopped loving each other and probably never will, and that under the cireum- * stances it is best for you to let ' him go gracefully. It's much better for ynu to s u f f e r heartache I now t h a n to wait a few years a n d 1 1 have your h e a r t completely j broken. You will find someone ; else to t a k e Bil's place, as impos- | sible as 1 know it seems now. The Soil "Conservation Service of the U. S. Department of Agri! c u l t u r e estimates that if the best ! combinations of known practices ! were put to use on all farms in the ; United Stales, farm production j cnuld be increased as much as 75 1 per cent. Comedian _J Answer to PrevFous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 63 Narrow inlet 1,4 Comedian 6 Drone bee 8 His mouth is widely known 12 Note in Guide's scale 13 Eagle's ncft 14 Girl's name 15 Harden 18 Marble slab 17 Hawaiian Rarland 18 Hurl 20 Scottish river 21 Bird's home 22 Mineral rock 24 Body of waterl9 Drunkard 26 Oil light 21 Back of the 30 Lance 34 Flyer 35 Man's name 36 Succinct 37 Compress 39 Greek letter 41 Presidential timber 42 Weird 43 Dispirit 45 Three times (comb, form) 47 Peer Gynl's mother 48 He has performed with Martha sails, 65 Rigid 66 Annex VERTICAL Uokc 2 Oil (comb, form) 3 Consumes 4 Wicked 5 School books 6 Shield bearing 7 Artifices 8 Born 9 Cotton bundle 10 Roman di/le 11 Walk iieck 23 Harvester GJUHLWQLJCl 25 Debars 26 Openwork fabric 44 Legal point 46 Angry ^ 48 Incursion - ~ 27 Land measure 49 Singing voice 23 Approach 50 12 months 20 Matgrass 31 Great Lake Sa Requests 33 Scottish : ' shecpfolds 38 Jot (coll.) 40 Warmers , 52 Level 54 Ancient Irish ' capital 55 Eager J.* 56 Peruse 58 Deep hole 59 Compass point 51 Soak flax 53 He- Is n screen and radio 57 Rrlnk mntlc wilh mall ltd Surfaces, is a street (10 Hail! ·; 61 Phtlipplnt 'I Nefroid C2Romin rotdi

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