The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1949 · Page 7
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MONDAY, JTTLY 11, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COOTIE* OTEWS PAGE SKVEN Anti-Red Stand ByNEACriticized University Group Upholds Right of Being Communists By Vern Uauclaud WASHINGTON, July 11. Wl—The American Association of University "~" Rjssars CAAUPt upheld toda> right of teachers to belong to the Communist Party. It did so in the face of a National Education Association recommendation last week that Com- nnmists be bavred from the teaching profession. "So long a.s the Communist Party K a legal political party, affilialioi with it should not be regarded justifiable reason for exclusion from the academic profession," th» professors' statement said. This reaffirmed stands taken in l<m and 1948. At the same time the AAUP—stir- Iring echoes of Henry Wallace's try 1 Jor the presidency last year—con- I demned an Evrmsvilte, Ind.. Meth- I odist college (or firing R faculty I member who headed a local Wal| lace committee. The AAUP Committee on Aca- Idemic Fi'eedom and Tenure, in Its [annual report published today, said 1 five other teachers, in unspecified J colleges, reported they were dis- I missed because of their support of | Wallace. Studies Discharges lie committee took no stand I regarding these five, however, be- I cause they were serving probation- lary periods and had not yet achieved I full .status. The AAUP U still .studying the I discharge of three University o: 1 Washington professors accused 01 • Communist activity, the report said | Findings are not, expected to be kpleted until next tall, wven schools remain on the AAUP I censured list. The list censures tin J administrative officers and gov lerning board only, and informs the 1 public that "unsatisfactory conrii- 1 tions of academic freedom and tenure" prevail. There is no reflec- I xion on'the faculties or the schools • generally. I The censured administrations still I on the AAUP list, and the date "of I censuring include: University of Kansas City, Mo., I December. 1911; University of Mis- I souri Columbia, and Rolls, Mo., June 1 3M€. 7 Arkansans Die Violently Over Weekend Seven peuwm.s died by violence in Arkansas over the week end. Mis. Mary Harlan, 52. of Route ?. Avkiivs, Ark., was killed \vl\en she was struck by an nulomobHe as .she walked along a highway near Mor- rillon Sunday night. E. V. Murphy died at Mountain Home Sunday of injuries suffered when his truck turned over near thai N'ptth Arkansas city Saturday. Robert Allusxm, 37, of WaLmit Ridge, died i\[ a Jone.sboro hospital Sunday of injuries suffered late Estonians Flee Russian Zone in Home-Mode Boat NEW YORK, July Estonians who fle<l 7-one of Germany in 11— («")— Two the Russian home-made boat arrived yesterday on the liner Britlanic which picked them up July 4 in (he North Atlantic. They said Ihcy had embarked on their dangerous voyage because "there is no future there (in Soviet occupied Germany) and no possibility to live a decent life." The men, Hiilmuth RUS.SOW, 38, anrt Volkrr Harpe. 20, hope to be allowed to go to British Columbia in Canada to farm. Immigration officials said they probably wbuld in a railroad cross- I i )e detained at Rills Island until Jug crash in which his son, James j proper documents could be obtained for their trip to Canada. Speaking in English, Russow said "conditions were not very nice" in Die Russian /one. "You must do a littlf black market if yuu wish to cat-" he added. "For one to work only for food, chemUtx Saturday announced development of a method ol packaging brown rice to keep 11 from lurnlnf rancid In storage. The method, the announcement said, climaxed U'o years' research by biochemists Dr. Virginia Williams and Dr. K. A. Fleger at the University. It UMS specially treated and sealed aluminum foil and Kraft paper. Dr. Fleger said houswivos have shunned brown rice al market because of Us bitter odor and taste The new package, he said, replaces this with a "comparatively new. iuitty flavor." Brown rice Is high In vitamin ni and nlacln, principal antl-uellacra vltnmln. he explained, and boll have been retained for one ye.ir in storage tests with the new method. DOG DAYS-When "Bells" reached New York's LaGuardia field after flying In from the Arctic he was almost .roasted by llic heat So the hot dog jumped into the nearest refngcrator. I'« "BUI" on staying there until the heat breaks or he takes oft loi hu findl • destination in Seattle, Wash. Howard Allison. 18, was killed in- sunuiy. An automobile driven by Uie ymni'-jfr Allison collided \vi\h a Mi.ssouii Pacific passenger train nt a crossing near Walnut Ridge. [ An unidentified man was killed when struck b>' tiie locomoiive of ; St. Loui.s South western freight j rain near Stuttgart early Sunday, j rraintUEMi reported he wa.s sin ing, [ y iJ.sieep, on LH rail. j George W. Jackson, 40. of Cherry | Valley, w;j.s killed .when he wns pin- [ bi'ucath "A truck UP V/HK \\\ tempi i My to push out of the mud near Cherry V:illey Saturday. | The other death \va.s a suicide at i Momiceno. i Blytheville Minister, 3 Laymen Attend State-wide Conference with no future, in a country one does not like, it i.s better one goes away." New Packaging Method For Brown Rice Found BATON ROUOK. I.a.. July 11. iJi'i Louisiiina Slate university ulo- Hollywood Contdttted From Fa*e 4 their ancestors were pictured. How's about lining up a Hal(it-Id md k McCoy mi vmiUsUiils on • radio quiz show? The result.? of that ought to give Ooldwyn a fair Inkling of v/h^ to expect. It was hi 1863 that Abe Lincoln iaci two civil wars on his hands vuen Kentucky's home guard lined with the Union, West Virginia sided in with the Confederacy and Javkl An.se Hatfield reportedly evcled his sights on one Hinmon McCoy. That started it. in 1887, Gov, Simon liollvnr Buckner, to win the McCoy voles, tried to bring the L HaUk-lds to Justice. The latter clan i i:zt?d ;i l):i]iil of vi^ilante-i and nuvlie.s on both sides bit the dust ! in a vicious outburst of feuding. \ The whole thinn finally ended up • m the U. y Supreme Court, which j upheld Kentucky In declaring the' aiTP.sUs to lie legal. j A Ha t f ieiti n;i tncd Ca p took it ii|h)u JiiiiiAPlf to play the dove of ptMi-fi in 1JJ91, sending a loiter to a Mr Coy newspaper and a-sking for a c-c.ssiition of hostilities. Hi.-i offer \\iis ac^eptocl ntirl for fi\'e years ever vt I ting «'ii,s milel. Whereupon I this same Cap KatCteld ' Floyd McCoy In his tracics with a single .shot and started th« wholf thlni! ovor again. .. liul aA 1 say, may be Mr. OoWwytt' knc)\v£ what lie's doing. Radio Repair i All wtirk done by a lic*ns«d lUatliti-'relephone expert — IKvcry job jjuaranleed. Why | pay more fur less? Piano Tuning The Rev. Le.ster D. Strubhar, pas-* tor of zhe First Christian Church \ in Blytheville and three laymen returned, la.st night from the Arkansas Laymen's League retreat held Saujrday and Sunday in Petit Jean State Park near Riisscllvllle. W.H. Stovall of Blytheville wsw dlecieci governor for the NorLheast- ern Arkansas District of the League, which is composed of laymen in Church of Christ In Arkan- Planes Go to Karachi Per Norway's Agreement KARACHI —<*p>— Pakistan lifts signed a civil aviation agreement with Norway. Norway intends to operate an aiv service from Oslo to the Far East passing through Karachi. A -similar agreement Is likely with India. Stag is the best setter in St. tout's where people enjoy fine beer 'Captive' Boy to Get \ New Home, New Life BOSTON, July ii_flp»_A new I and broader lile opened today for I Boston's once barefooted and "ca[i| tive" boy. Mrs. Anna Sullivan, who kept her I 13-year-old son, Gerald, hidden I frnm the \vovld because of 'the" "shame" of his illegitimacy, has I agreed to turn him over to the 1 CathVic Charities Bureau of Bos] ton. Trie Rev. James H. Doyle, rfirect- | or of the bureau, said the boy will be placed in one of its institutions private home where he can iid a normal life. * Only court approval of the action I In necessary. It is er^ected that Till be granted. The story of Gerald's life—most of whcih \v &s spent \i\ H back room of the Sullivan home—broke i last March when he was found, a i ragged urchin dressed in tattered girl's clothes, barefooted anrt long- I haired, near the family home. Read Courier News Want Ads sas. Another Blytheville laym;.n. K. G. Lewis, served on the resolutions and nominating committees for the retreat. Others attending from Blytheville included Ben Henderson. Mr. Henderson will report on the retreat at a meeting of the Laymen's League in First Church here Thursday night. One of tlie resolutions adopted unanimously at the Petit Jean statewide retreat placed emphasis on the need for emphasis on morals in the home rather than thro'.lgh | legislative halls and suggested that j democracy can best -combat i.sm-s through strengthening of the home tiessj Joseph Morrison. Stuttgart, attorney, was elected president of the Arkansas Laymen's League. He succeeded W.W. Evans oT Little. Rock. Robert Mantooth of Paris, Ark., succeeded Fredryc Chlldress of Little Rock as vice president. Herbert Bryant of North Little Rock was re-elect*-ri secretary and treasurer. Featured speaker for the two-day retreat wa.s Noel Keith, assistant to the president of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. 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