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   Evening Journal (Newspaper) - October 24, 1952, Lubbock, Texas                                Sec Ill Lubboek Evening Jeurnal FrMoy Oef 24 1fS2 Taft Says HST Creating Sort Of Divine Right Of Kings Adlaili Called Inspector A S McNeil Thinks So Mounties In Real Life Differ From Those Shown In Movies By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD J Hollywood which has made many movies about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police now has a chance to see the Mounties up close An expert riding team from the famous enforcement body is currently Los Angeles Horse show Between perform ances the Mounties have had a chance to tour the studio and see how movies are made I hnd a chat with the leader of the group Inspector A S McNeil from the headquarters at Regina Sask A tall riendly man he told me there is a considerable differ ence between the Mounties of the movifs and those in real life Sideburns Braver Hat Hair There have been some fine pic tures about the he began But most of them have certain things thnt any Mountip would kncnv were false There is onething that nlviiy rankles rnc mountie in the movies is cenerally shown Wilh lent siriobtirns find hair that looks likn a beaver hat The fart is that we rfquiro regular haircuts even in the North Country Most Mountirs hnvca crew The inspector brought out a dis illusioniriK fact Mounties ride horsesany more Youll find them on horseback in thrnational he explained Also some patrol near the Parliament Build ing and other points of interest so the tourist wont he disappointed Eut otherwise we use the most modern of equipment have cars boats and airplanes with two nnd threeway radio We also have the most advanced crime labora tories since we arc the equivalent of the FBI in the United Slates Even in the North Country Mouties dont use horses They have dog Never Send One Man Thetypical Hollywood movie about the Mounties shows the in trepid hero tracking the criminal hundreds of miles into the wilds McNeil commented that there have been such instances in the 75year history of the force But nowadays we never send one man on a he The uren generally go out in pairs Sometimes three men are sent But it has been found that does not work as well Two of the men usually team up against the other on long Nonall of the Mounties work is tracking down criminals They do everything from undercover anti Communist work in big factories to delivering babies in frontier vil lages Oh yes thats sheer nonsense about the Mounties motto being always our The reai one is Maintain le French for Maintain the Danger Of Night Driving Stressed By Traffic Group With South Plains and Lub boek highways humming to tires of heavy harvest and foot ball season traffic a strongly worded warning to motorists was issued last night by the Lubboek Citizens Traffic Com mission When the sun goes down perk up drive right or else According to spokesmen for the Citizens safety group here the or eise can be explained in terms of sudden death in afterdark traffic Heres why Fiftyfour of the SB traffic deaths in this 18county region this year have happened be tween sunset and sunrise in hours of darkness or semidark ness Consider too that the vol ume of traffic drops sharply after dark and you may begin to heed the plea for increased vigilance for nighttime driv ers Exactly half the men wom en and youngsters whose lives make up the 26 thus far in 1952 Lubboek County acci dents were killed during hours of darkness even though high ways and streets are less crowded then Football games illegal move ment of unlighted farm equip ment and other vehicles com bined with less hours of day light and worsening weather conditions will almost assure another shattering all time record toll of traffic deaths again this year unless more drivers heed the common sense rule of steppedup caution and sioweddown speeds after sun set the Traffic Commission stressed True Disciple By TOM BKADSHAW PHILADELPHIA ffl Sen Roberf A Tafrt said last night President Truman is attempting to create a sort of divine right of kings in American politics with Atllai Stevenson Democratic nom inee for president The Ohio senator Its Paid Off In More Ways Than One Too Woman Perfects Skin Tone To Hide Her Disfigurement as his true addressing a GOP rally on behalf of the candi dacy of Dwight D Eisenhower to whom he lost the Republican pres idential nomination last summer said the President is trying to sur round hmiself with an aura of in fallibility Started Korean War Every once in a Taft said the President says I see an even when is no Truman Taft added started a war in Korea ivithout authorization of Congress He claims the right to send U S troops wherever in the world he and added Stevenson is true disciple of the Truman Taft said Stevensons only appar ent measure against the Commu nists is price He said he arrived at this conclusion from an analysis of Stevensons argument ithat Soviet Russia largely deter mines the American budget be cause such a large percentage af it goes towards defense appro priations Tries To Convince People But price control doesnt prei vent Taft said The President Taft said tries to I convince the American people the I Republican party is the party of j great corporations and special in jteresls and complete contempt for the welfare of the little j But a careful reading of Mr i Trumans the Ohioan I said shows his belief in allpow i erful government Nothing is j so dangerous or costly to the little taxation and j On the subject of inflation Taft said that no one is better off to day in America many are worse off By DOROTHY ROE AP Womens Editor Feeling sorry for yourself Listen then to the story of Lydia OLeary who started life with a handicap that would floor most pretty young women and today is one of the happiest persons in the world Lydia otherwise endowed with all the best points of Irish beauty was born with a disfiguring birth on hands or face even supplying a beard darkener to heighten the natural effect on male cheeks and chins Says she Treasured Letters The letters from some of these boys who were afraid to face the world because of disfiguring scars are my most treasured possessions Many of them have made real successes in various fields over mark which covered half her face When she came to New York to seek her fortune quite a few years ago she found the birthmark an unsurmountable barrier to jobs and beaux Tackled Problem She tackled the problem with common sense experimented with various kinds of makeup until she waterproof coming the psychological handicap which threatened Miss OLeary is most interested now in helping children bom with disfigurements or blemishes She explains A childs whole life may be af fected by sensitivity over a facial blemish There is a psychological iar in addition to the physical which may affect the entire cosmetic has perfected a smooth skin tone which completely hid her disfigurement and then set out to Miss 0 Learys market it i other less serious uses Today she is the personification For black eyesits terrific of the feminine success story I beautiful poised assured happily PAYMENTS ABE CUT married and the head of her own LOS ANGELES Fid international business llers child support payments have During World War n and since j been cut from monthly to she has devoted much of her time But the Hollywood columnist must to work with plastic surgery paj pay an extra for each of the tients next three months to his exwife Lydia visited veterans hospitals 1 Mrs Bobbe Sutton to catch up and showed these boys how to api on his arrearage Superior Court ply her cosmetic to conceal scars held yesterday A police official of Essex Eng land retired recently after 40 years service during which he ar rested 20 murderers BURNS WAY INTO JAIL FORT WORTH Tex I charges were filed against a Fort I Worth woman who set fire to her own house then walked into the L i Sheriffs office and told a deputy to put me in She was jailed I BEST FURNITURE BUYS IN TOWN Baby Beds 1617 COLLEGE DIAL 35520 New Use For Video Sets Is Suggested SOMEJxVILLE Mass new uso for TV sets was suggested here recently An Army private was ar rpstrrl on a warrant chareins As sault sworn out by his wife No sooner had he arrived at the police station than his sisterinlaw called and offered to put up a television sot in lieu of bail The police lieutenant didnt think it would IT accepted by the bail CALL 23803 For Pick Up Delivery 1513 AVE F IS i ccr DC If wR anil 13 CHALLENGE COMPARISON SEE It TO BELIEVE IT DIAMOND PAIR A gorgeous 27 diamond interlocking set in tiered 14K white or yellow gold mountings Buy it on Zales 30 day moneyback Protected Purchase assuring your complete satisfaction Write or visit Zales Today NO INTEREST NO CARRYING CHARGE NO MONEY DOWN PAY WEEKLY Zales Please send me the 27diamond set in white yellow gold at S150 Cash Charge H New accounts 1108 BROADWAY Diamond flower sprays are pop ular with the women members of Britains royal family Visitors from both Burma and Ceylon 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