The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1953 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1953 BLTTHETILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK FIVH GOP Committee Ready To Name Hall as Chief By JACK 1EELL WASHINGTON W)—The Republican National Committee appeared ready to ratify today the choice by President Eisenhower and congressional leaders of former Rep Leonard W. Hall of New York as its new chairman. Hall got unanimous approval ae a successor fur C. Wesley Roberts, who resigned, in an informal canvass yesterday of Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon and Senate and House leaders. The canvass was made by a GOP national subcommittee. The 52-year-old Hall, who served several terms as chairman of the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee before he quil Congress to win election as a New York surrogate judge, takes over a party described by some of its members as financially "broke" despite Us presidential election victory last fall. In a svvansonf? statement, Rob' erts predicted that the GOP will increase its slim margins in the Senate and House in the 1954 elec tions. ,_ The new administration, Roberts declared, "has been handicapped in taking over netual operative control of government as a conse- Travel too Fast? rs Think Sc brought the subfect before the Du- possibly be called emergencies." Dr. L. L. Porks said in the report of a survey. And lie added: "It is believed that if the ambulances were required to observe normal socecl limits and not be permitted to break red lights or use sirens, the number of lives lost by observing norms! trai^c regulations probably would not be more than the numbsr of pconle injured and killed nt. the present time by speeding ambulances." f ^ rt£ L d -• j i> 'i r <c> ti ?-•-• 5.3 . . s en quencc of the ingenious and surreptitious devices by which the Democrats violated the concepts of civil service by packing the civil service lists, at top level, with pollU.carpatronage ..." Nevertheless, he added, "no man has ever taken command and done more in so short a space of time" as Eisenhower. Must Get Funds Sen. Taft oJ. Ohio, the Republican leader, said one of Hall's first jobs apparently will have to be to help get a fund raising campaign under way. The Ohio senator, one of those who approved Hall's selection, said he hopes the new chairman picks a Western man as his executive assistant. The name of Wayne Hood, Wisconsin state chairman, was mentioned by some other party members in this connection. Hall's election seemed likely to inspire a Democratic blast at his record of voting in Congress. The New Yorker traveled on Eisenhower's presidential campaign train and is reported generally in accord with the President's views on major issues. Democrats already were firing away at Republican claims that they are t r i m m i n g federal expenses, 'have stopped the drop in farm prices, are cleaning up subversives in the government and have taken strong steps in foreign policy in their 75 days in office. Republicans said they already have cut appropriation requests to congress 444 million dollars under former President Truman's estimates. But Sen. Sparkman (D-Ala) said this was just one of many fulsome claims which are made without any resemblance to the facts." Thinks Increase Coming iAiiuui, the 1352 Democulitic vice presidential nominee, said he believes that when Congress has completed its work on the budget, the GOP will have increased the total over Truman's estimates. In this connection, Sen. Ma gnu- son (D-Wash) pointed out that Gen. Browne!! was asking for nine million dollars more in funds than :he Justice Department has in the current year, although his request was seven million under Truman's estimates. The Democratic National Committee said in a statement that Taft himself had said the Republic?, ns were making slow progress, .hat the business men chosen for overnment posts have no experience in government, and that new program can't be put into effect, before July 1. Some past GOP chairmen have jeen non-salaried. Roberts was laid $32,500 a year. He resigned after a Kansas leg- .slative commitlee criticized his to hospital to boundary! acceptance of a fee for helpin FALLS HIGHER THAN TWO EMPIRE STATES—This first full-length picture of Angel Falls in Venezuela shows its full 3212 foot height. Jo limes thai of Niagara Falls and higher than two Empire State Buildings, right. It was discovered in 1937 by Jimmy Angel, a flyer who crashed on top of the falls He spent three weeks walking back to civilization from the little-explored Gran Sabana area. the state. .The committee said he violated the spirit of the lobbying laws. The incident occurred Ions before Roberta became GOP chairman and he had no government or party job at the time. Wlieii the legislative report was ispur-d. Rolxnis said, "a carefully contrived and thinly veiled plot" growing out of factional politics \viis bark of it. Declaring that his conscience was clear, he said he was reskning • nonetheless because he felt his usefulness as party chairman had been destroyed. The walnut, which the ancient ner ; Greeks and Romans called "Jupi' tor's Acorn," first was known to 15f!. \vlio en me 1 here ASKS MCCARTHY PROBE- IP answer to a demand by for- me Attorney General Francis Bidcile, above, that Sen. Joseph McCarthy's financial dealings bo investigated, the Justice Department says that a congressional subcommittee's report on the subject "is still under active consideration in the criminal division" of the department. have tixisU'd in ancient Persia. FRIDAY SREAKING THE Ralph Richardson Ann Tocld SATURDAY Sunset Carson SAT. OWL SHOW "WHITE LSGHTNING" Stanley Clements RITZ THEATER MANILA, ARK. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY ?•% A MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT TR^ATI B$ FRANK CASEY AP Science Reporter ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. I.'PI—A nationwide preventive campaign against rheumatic lover was launched today. It is tfie first large-scale effort to put into general use the rccently- marshaled evidence that recurrences of rheumatic fever can be prevented by daily use of penicillin or Klllfa drug. Tiie p'an is to have some million Americans—most of them school children—receive a dose of one of the drugs every day for a period of years. The various state and local Heart Assacintions pledged themselves to the effort at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association (AHA), The project—to be undertaken by tile slate and local associations throughout the country — is designed to aid the three percent of the population \vho have had nt least one "bout" of rheumatic fever. That's the malady which is re- sptirv-ible for most of Uie heart di- srnsc in children and a large share of heart trouble in youn It causes more deaths in the first two decades of life than all other Remedy for Death-Dealing Black Cancer Is Discovered bf ALTON L. HLAKKSLEE AI* Science Reporter CHICAGO W—Discovery of the first drug stopping the speedy and nlmost-nlways fatal black cancer, melanoma, was announced today. It works only for n time. But It has banished this dread cancer in one human for at least a year, and has helped a few others. Until now there has not been any drug ov treatment, except surgery at the very earliest signs, which has had the slightest effect upon melanoma. This dark cancerous growth always starts somewhere on the skin, then spreads with distressing rapidity inside the body. This heartening step in chemical warfare upon cancer was reported to the American Association for Cancer Research by Doctors Par- France's Red Chief Arrives In Homeland ST. QUENTIN, France (/P) — France's No. 1 Communist, Maurice Thorez, crossed into his homeland here early today and transferred to an automobile to take him 90 miles northeast to Paris. Thorez. loader of the French Communist party, has been in the Soviet Union for more than two years, reportedly recovering from a paraly- Jc stroke. The leading French Communist traveled from Moscow by train through East and west Germany. Thorez, secretary general of the French Communist party, went to Russia in November, 1950, after a stroke left him paralyzed in one arm and one leg. her, Virginia Dowmng, and Mtijib Abu-Hydar of tho Children's Cancer Research Foundation and Department of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, TEPA has been used so far upon 17 humans with melanomas, Dr. Farber said. It temporarily knocked out the cancers In five. The other 12 were persons in whom the cancers already had spread to internal organs. Work on mice Indicates that TEPA might entirely abolish human melanomas if they were caught very eariy, said Dr. Farber. Melanomas account for about three per cent of all cancer deaths. TEPA vvns developed by scientists of the Calco Chemical Division, American Cyanamid Company and first was tried against leukemia, the cancer of the blood. It lias little effect against acute leukemia, but by happy accident it was tried upon melanoma. Weekly Special! Assorted Glads Yellow and Blue Dutch Iris Green Houses Phone 45-19 Espionage Ring Is Smashed in West Germany BONN, Germany Ml—West German police reported today they had smashed an industrial espionage ring working for the Eastern Communists tn West German Industrial plants. Unofficial reports said 20 persons had been arrested. Federal police here said the spy ring was financed by unnamed Eastern pqwers. It was believed the suspects also were involved in illegal shipments of strategic materials to Eastern sources. The police action was taken under tin not for protection ot th« constitution and followed widespread search raids. DELL —THEATER— Dell, Arkansas Box Office Open 6:45 FRIDAY & SATURDAY "Horizon's West" Robt. Ryan • Julia Adams CARTOON & SERIAL Drug Stores Will Close Sunday Afternoons The following Drug Stores \vii! be open Sundays from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. KIRBY BROS. BORUM'S KIRBY DRUG WOODS ROTHROCK OWENS CITY DRUG STORE MANILA, ARK. "Your Community Center" communicable diseases taken together. Local heart associations won't furnish free penicillin or sulfa drug, or give actual treatment. But .they will take the initiative in doctors to use the method — and also towards educating the puhlic on the scientific findings. AFTER EASTER For Tomorrow LAS VEGAS. Nev. W)— Tile fifth in the spring series of atomic tests is scheduled for tomorrow at the The Atomic Energy Commission set; its customary day-hefore press conference for tills afternoon but ctnve no further information. OF ALL OUR COATS AND SUITS! In West Blytlieville Show Starts Weekdays 7:110 Sat, Sun 1:00 Always A Double Feature Sale Prices Effective Saturday & Monday WONDERFUL VALUES FROM 24.95 to 59.95 LAST TIMKS TONITE Double Feature BOOT CAMP! ... 1Q 98 - OO- 98 & QO.98 THREE LOW, LOW SALE PRICES! DRESSES Play Suits & Jumpers Cotton Values to 14.95 Values to 19.95 Sizes 10 to 20 Crepe Prints & Solids All Wool Values to 29.95 Mostly Small Sizes 2 Reel Comedy SATURDAY Double Feature Just Received... New Summer Dresses anzen 6 an ana BLntflM Radar Man Serial Also Cartoon SWIM SUITS, SHORTS SAT. LATE SHOW Starts 11:30 (-jcorfji JU- W LOVELY VALUES FOR FUN /N THt SUN 2 Reel Comedy G.-Aj?em SERIAL By Refrigeration Air Conditioned Matinees Sal. & Sun. Phone 58 FRIDAY SATURDAY THE TEXAN Dale Robertson SAT. OWL SHOW "PRIVATE SNUFFY SMSTH" Edgar Kennedy "ABOVE AND BEYOND" Robert Taylor Eleanor Parker MINNOWS from O/ark Fish Halchery Also Ftoaches & Worms 24 Hour Service LUTES' S. Hlffliway (II Ph. 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