The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1951 · Page 8
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1951 Churches Say Vatican Nomination. 'A Grave Disservice to Nation NEW YORK, Nov. 1. UP, _ The* policy-malting board of America's iargajt Protestant group says President Truman has done "a grave disservice to our country" in nom- Inating an ambassador to the Vatican. The general board of the National Council of the Churches of Christ In the US.A. said in a statement yesterday: "Only a prompt withdrawal or rejection of the President's proposal can save this country from a most unfortunate and unnecessary controversy with reactions that will be cumulative as the issue becomes more widely recognized." . Emergency Session Held The board's request that Mr. Truman withdraw or the Senate reject the nomination- was made at an «mergency session. The statement, disclaiming any religious prejudice, protested what it termed "an alarming threat to basic American principles." It called the nomination '.'wrong In principle, useless in practice; and , . . disastrous to the national unity of the American people." Clark's Name Not Mentioned The board's statement did not mention the name of Gen. Mark W. Clark, whose nomination as ambassador to the Vatican was sent to the Senate by President Truman on Oct. 20. Congress adjourned that same day, without action on the nomination. The national council's board authorized the council's president. Presiding Episcopal Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill, to appoint a committee to. carry out a "program of education" based on the board's statement. Bishop Sherrill indicated he would announce the committee membership next week. The com 1 mittee will seek to coordinate Protestant opposition to the ambassa dorship. Planes Cheat The Cemetery In Two Cases Year Ago Today, Two "uerto Ricans Attempted To Shoot President WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. <AF>Today is the anniversary of the attempt by two Puerto Rican Nationalists to assassinate President Truman. A year ago, on a warm afternoon, two men later identified as Grisello Torresola and Oscar Collar allighted from a taxi, walked up to the Blair House steps and tried to shoot their way in. In the bloody battle with Whit* House guards and Secret Service men. both were shot down. Torre- sola was killed. Collazo gravely wounded. But he recovered and is now under the death sentence. BUREAUX, Calif., Nov. 1. A plane with n aboard cheated • cemetery yesterday. A Pacific southwest airliner had >ut taken off for San Francisco from Lockheed airport and was h»d*d over Valhalla . cemetery when one engine went out. A few momenta later the other 'engine (ailed. The plane glided beyond the Mmeierr and crash landed in a !feW. No one was injured. MIDCAND, T«t., Nov. 1. (/p>— A pioneer airlines plane which flew or«r vast reaches of Texas' •outh pteins and parks of New Me*tco seeking > landtag, touched th« ground normally here early tMi morning. L»*. iMt night, the pUot Midi- Mtad he Intended to make a b«od landing at Lubbock because h*« »tae« were Icing over. Ambu- lanow, lift trucfcc and other emergency equipment were called out •t Lvbbock. The pilot than radioed that the pl»oe was losing its. ice and he planned to land at Midland. The landing here at 12:34 a.m. «6*> wa* normal, O. H. Morion, pioneer station manager, •aid. N«ws Confer*Me Cancel WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. (AP) — President Truman decided to fore- jo today his usual Thursday neu'S conference because of the visit ol Britain's Princess Elizabeth. WHO'S HOOSEGOW—Shapely Joan Kalleissen taunts the "prisoners" at New Brunswick, N. J., jail, including Mayor Alvah H. Cole, right, mayor of Highland Park. The mayor is one of 36 prominent citizens who volunteered to go to jail to help raise $510,000 for the community's United Fund appeal. Local residenli were asked to "bail exit" their favorite jailbirds, with proceeds going to the fund drive. Yank to Visit Son Despite His'In-Lay/' LOS ANGEIaES. Nov. 1. (AP)— A soldier bound for Korea is having a long visit with his 4-year- old son today, but he had to go to court for that privilege. Pvt. John<E. Badgwell told Superior Judge Mildred Lillle yesterday he, had not seen his boy Mickey, since Api-il. His mother- in-law, he said, refused to let him come near without a doctor's certificate. The mother-in-law, Mrs. R. W. Winters, explained, "Well, he might have a cold." The court told Mrs. Winters not to interfere again under penalty of seeing her daughter go to jail. The daughter has been ordered to allow the soldier "reasonable visitation" rights. The Badgwells were divorced in 1948. McDaniel Named As Successor to Kemper Bruton MEMPHIS, Nov. I. (AP)—The National Cotton Council has named Charles B. McDaniel of San Antonio. Texas, as its Mississippi Valley Area field sen-ice supervisor. His area covers Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky and Illinois. He succeeded W. Kemper Brubori, who resigned to become secretary of the Arkansas- Missouri Ginners Association and executive secretary of the National Colon Ginners Association. Thomas P. Hays of Charlotte, N. C., will succeed McDaniel as south Texas field representative Nov. Prospective Homebuyers Should Beware 'Freaks' CHICAGO (AP)—The prospective home buyer should beware of houses built at high cost with "freak" features. H. L. Cunliffe writes in the current issue of The Review of the Society of Residential Appraisers There are two main reasons the house with very unusual and expensive features not a good buy he saj's: 1. Mortgage values are based on the "typical" buyer. 2. 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