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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 18, 1948, Ironwood, Michigan THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1948. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICH. ELEVEN Simple Key to United Nations By HAL BOYLE Mew York Iff) Aro you uwtirf'.' Aic you hop to whut Is giilnK (n in the United Cuti von iislnnl.sh your fi'lunds with your easy command of diploma- IK1 h'riii'.1' lid the people who ti'H'd to liiuuh you Stit down nt the piano now hold back their hoots until you try to pronounce pleni- potentiary'.' Well, there Is, u way to end all that. No longer need you babble with the rabble about simple sub- jects like base-ball, the structure in the atom, or the eternal whe- ther about the weather. You, too, can talk about the United Nations, the most thrilling story of our times. You too, can bo the life of the party its you hold your listeners spellbound with fluent word pictures ol1 the problems and pitfalls that besot a one-world government, Understanding fie United Na- tions is as simple as A-B-C. 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Negotiations a type of con- ference known in baseball as "a rhubarb." Bloc si group of dissident nations whose leader Is known to the other side us n Peace this Is whtit all the fighting is about. The foregoing are general terms. There Hollows a .strictly Russian glossary: War monger a nation that won't toll you how to make an atom bomb. Monger one who mongs, An insane man you can't sell on the idea he is entirely wrong and you are entirely right. Petty bourgeois one who has throe meals a day and enjoys them, Bourgeois one who could af- ford to' eat four meals u day if ho wanted to. Fascist obstructionist a guy who wants to vote in private. Trotskylto Any Russian who loft Russia except on u government expense ac- count. Rightist righl- handod Trotskyite. Leftist search fails to reveal this term exists In the Russian language of to- day. Counter-revolutionary a man who counts revolutions. Fascist n non-Communist. Monnrcho fascist n non- Communist with a royal flush. Dcvlationist a man who couldn't swallow communism all at one gulp. National dcviationlst a Yugo- slav hotfoot. Rightist nationalist dcvlatlon- ist the polltburo still hasn't figured out anyone mean enough to call this. Imperialist anyone who ob- jects to Russian expansion. Capl'.ullst imperialist the sumc, in spades. Capitalist exploiter a pop- corn stand owner who butters It Is product but only puts oil in the machine. Contract Bridge By WILLIAM E. McKENNEY The beginner at contract bridge is apt to bo confused by the play- in" convention that advises you always to cover an honor with an honor. Generally speaking, that is the correct play but, if your honor is guarded, it may not play to cover. For example, if the dummy lolds a singleton jack and you hold four to the king, you should lot cover the jack. However, the nistakc most often rmiclc is the one demonstrated In tocUiy's hand. 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