The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1952
Page 7
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KAY T, BHTHEVILLI (ARK.) COUHIER HEWS Aiet/ioc/isfs F/re Last Shot at Smoking Rule Br fTEVElf T. DAVID •AM JTRANCMCO I* — The quad- Ttfteitl General Conference of the Methodist Church closed a leglsU- «ooj»cked 14-day session last nl«ht with a psrtirur, shot it smok- IB tfe* final, last-moving session. th« conference voted to continue ,*he no-smoking pledge required of \|lnisl*risl ca-ndldates. It voted • gainst giving full ministerial rights to women, set forth the church'i views on war and peace made a change in the church's social creed, and set up i new board to study social and economic relations. Man; Change* Made Church spokesmen said Ihe conference made more major changes In church organization than any since the first conference of the United Melhodist Churches in 1939. It also handled a record number of legislative petitions. , Prom a survey commission report on overhauling church structure, the conference chose the least controversial parts and ordered them enacted. It agreed to redraw the organization of the 40,000 local churches, making an expanded official board the administrative authority in each. The 720 delegates from some 25 countries passed resolution* calling for elimination ot racial discrimination and censuring the unofficial Methodist Federation for Social Action, which many churchmen labelexl leftwing. They agreed that J»egro churches might Join white Jurisdictions If all parties consented. They decided unordained pastors could administer the sacraments only If Ihey were studying for ordination. K«oH Budrel Voted To run church agencies until the quadrennial conference of IB5S. delegates voted a record general budget of 11 million dollars for each of the next four years. Some of Ihe most bombastic debate came In the final hours. Urging the conference to throw out the no-smoking pledge, the Rev. Dr. John M. Versteeg of Athens, O., demanded: "Did you ever hear of a man coming home and beating his wife and children because he had too much smoke inside him?" The Rev. Dr. Cyrus Albertson of .Seattle voiced the opinion of opponents \vhen he said: "It's not so much tobacco use as the impression ministerial candidates will get that somehow the Methotiist Church has pulled down its standards." Magnuson Predicts McGranery Jo Be Confirmed by Senators WASHINGTON (/Pi — Sen. Mag- nuscn (D-Wash) predicted today that the Senate Judiciary Committee would recommend confirmation of Federal Judge James p. Mc- Granery of Philadelphia to be attorney general. Several other members of the committee declined to express an opinion, however, after listening to McOranery answer a barrage of questions about whether President ABIS Escapees Are Captured At Camden CAMDEN. Ark. «V-Two youths who escaped from the Arkansas Boys Industrial School near Pine Bluff were captured by city police .here late last night. • The capture of Dennis McCRilin. . of Ft. Smith, and Charles Stre- r, 15, of Sidney, left only one of ifat inmates who fled from the •chooi Monday night at large. He is Arlte Brlnkley, 15, of Patterson. Three of the boys were raptured yesterday near Malvern. They were Jerry Barton, 16, of Fayetteville; Larry Douglas, 14, of Little-Rock • nd Drrtd Slbley. 14, of Little Rock. Bolivian Tin Industry To Be Nationalized LA PAZ, Bolivia UP) — Bolivia's paralyid tin-mining Industry today had notice the government will proceed to nationalise it "at all costs." Government takeover or trie rich mines will proceed cautiously, but it will be done. President Victor Paz Estenssoro yesterday told a cheering crowd of labor members of his National Revoultlonary Party. Paz Estenssoro returned to power last month after « coup that ousted the ruling military junta. Triman has power to seize private property. McGranery, nominated by Truman to succeed ousted J. Howard McGrath. completed two days of testimony late yesterday. Thomas D. McBride, a Philadelphia lawyer, was listed as the witness for today's hearing. The dispute over presidential powers, churned up by Truman's seizure of the strike-threatened steel Industry, has become a major issue in the consideration of Mc- Granery's nomination. At one point Chairman McCarran (D-Nev) bluntly told the Jurist and former House member that unless he gave a yes or no answer to a question about the President's powers his friends could not be respon- ible for his future. Every 4 mellow drop... TOP KENTUCKY BOURBON Qt. OLD $TACG Gambling Tax To Face Test In High Court PHILADELPHIA Iff—A federal judge's ruling that the 6-month-old Ian- requiring gamblers to purchase a »50 t»it stamp Is unconstitutional appears due for i Supreme Court test. The law. which nlso requires gamblers to list all personnel In their employ, wa.<; declared illegal yesterday by District. Judge George A. Welsh on Ihe ground that It requires an Individual to be a witness acainst himself. In rendering his decision, the judge said he was not ruling on that section of the law which requires gamblers to pay a lo per cent lax on their earnings. Later in Washington, Justice Department officials were reported planning an early appeal The specific case involved vis that of Joseph Kahriger. 36. one of seven men facing trial here on charges of failing to buy the stamp. Battle Shapes Up In Alabama Vote BIRMINGHAM, Ala. tfi— A sharp battle between Georgia's Sen. Russell and sen. Kcfauvcr of Tennessee for Alabama's 22 Democratic convention votes Is Indicated by results of yesterday's party primary. All o( the delegates named are unpledged and most have not Indicated publicly their choices (or the party presidential nomination. Russell apparently will have at least 3H votes. Kefauver it certain of onl^ 1 tv-Ti. MODERN STATUE-AJenn- dre Duma, visitor to (he Salon of Independent Artists, In Paris musts over 10-foot-high sculpture of the Virgin, which has been executed for placement in » chapel at Lourdes. Francois Brochet is the sculptor of the . wooden statue. 'Ike' Backers Control T>xai Republican! DALLAS UPi — Backers of Gen. Dwighl D. Eisenhower for President were in control In most Instances at Texas Republicans heltl county conventions yesterday. See if now.' STIMM . » PMM. M nm MUUM a, nutun. n Today's Big Difference in automatic washers— At Leading Dealers Young Doctor Faces Shipwreck To Test Sea Survival Theory PACT nrm Bjr JOSEPH E. DV.N'A.V PARIS wv-A young French doctor who plays the cello an hour a day for amusement, is nbou! lo play at being shjpwrcckpd for two months to lest his theories of survival at sea. He Is 27-year-old Dr. Alain Louis Bombard, who Intends to drift across the Allantlc Orean on a floating "laboratory" raft v,-ith four companions living on nothing but seafood. For thirst, they will rtrlnk Iho doctor's own recipe of scawaler mixed with Juices pressed from fish with a fruit squeezer. He says It lastes something like French mineral water. Already a double veteran at crofstnj; the English Channel—once as a swimmer and once aboard a rubber liferalt— Dr. Bombard estimates the 4.000-mlle trip will require two months from Gibraltar to the Antilles by way of the Canary Islands and the Cape Verde Islands. The doctor's craft, now under construction in Rotterdam. Holland will be i special Polynesian-type raft—doubl» purnltel float« connected by planka. A cabin amidships win shelter bunks. * collection of books and th« doctor's laboratory. . At sea. the raft will proceed under sail, it also will have > small auxiliary motor for \IM In entering ports or In case of grave emergency The takeoff la set Irom OibralUr, .*omMlwe around June 1. For this trip. Ihe doctor's principal equipment will be fishing tackle and the fruit *o,urr-*er. What will he and the creir be do- Ing all Ihe time? The doctor explains: "We will fish and take pictures. As for myself, every other d»y I will have to make tests of my companions and myself to study every slight reaction to our special mode oE lite, Besirte.s, * survivor should do as little work as possible." Read Courier News ClaMtfled Ad*, BEAUTIFUL CUT STONE HOME Open for inspection, Sunday 1:00 t« »:<X) p.^ Shown by appointment during week iteyi 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths $90,000 Thta level.! home Is quality throughout. KfiftHml C-ikmnM ehen lifetime Geneva cablnMs »i|h >ll the a«« Mri e., h^ Ktfhtn-Ald. Dishwasher. Dililnjr roo«, ..p>rl.« ttrta* with marble and mirror nrrplnce. 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