The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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THURSDAY^MAiRCH 22,1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Ochab Is Picked As New Boss Of Poland's Commies VIENNA (AP) - —, Edward Ochab, who purged Polish farm trade'union and army ranks, has been named to succeed Boleslaw Bierut as boss of Poland's Communist party. Warsav radio yesterday amiounc- ( ed - the election of Ochab as first secretary of the Communist United Workers' party. Bierut died in Moscow March 12. Ochab, now 50 and a long-time Bed, rose through the ranks to such key posts as boss, of the peasant cooperatives, head of the trade unions, political chief of the army «nd Politburo member. Sources in Vienna have predicted that the new secretary will share a "collective leadership" of Communist Poland along with Premier Josef Cyrankiewiez and President. Alexander Zawadski, with Mpscow exercising even closer supervision than in the past. Ochab has been a frequent party critic and whip. At the party's second Congress in 1954,. he criticized it for bad poltcai organ- zaton and policy and called for s fight to "purify" the ranks ' A native of Krakow, in southern Poland, he joined the old Polish Communist party in 1929 .He was jailed frequently during the next 10 years for his party activities in Warsaw, the textile center of Lodz and mining areas of Lower Silesia. He fought in defense of Warsaw against the Germans in 1939. Later he went to Russia and helped organize the first Polish army division founded there. In 1944 he was assigned to work in the provisional Polish government formed in Moscow and in 1947 was elected to Parliament. His rise thereafter was meteoric. By January 1950, he was political chiei" of the Polish army. He moved out of that Job to membership on the Politburo of the party's Central Committee. Read Courier New? Classified Ads. American Race Losing Chins? GETS MASONIC PIN — John M. Ford, a member of Hornersville Lodge No. 215 A. F. 7 A. M., was'presented a 50-year membership pin Monday night in a public ceremony preceding a regular meeting of the lodge. The presentation was.made by Earl Cope, a past master of the lodge. Ford, who is 76, was made a member oi Zalma, Mo., lodge No. 545 in 1906. He has served several times as master of Hornersville Lodge, and also served as District Deputy Grand Master and District Lecturer. He is a Scottish Rite Mason. LOS ANQELES Wl—Is the American race undergoing a genetic change in its facial characteristics and inclining toward the receding chin type? Dr. Alton Moore, assistant dean of the University of Washington School of Dentistry, say there is evidence to indicate that such a change is taking place. The face of Mr. America of 2056 may look very much like Caspar Milquetoast of 1956. School surveys of children in Seattle and other cities in the nation showed that 71 4,300 Disabled Vets Get Homes WASHINGTON (.«—The Veterans Administration said yesterday more than 4,300 seriously disabled veterans have received federal grants of over 41, million dollars for "wheel chair homes." VA pays half the cost of such homes up to a maximum of $10,000. The average grant has been $9,482. "Wheel chair homes" incorporate such special features as ramps instead of steps; doorways wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair; special bathroom features; and exercise rooms. per cent of high school students had badly aligned teeth. In more than half these cases, this defect causes disfigurement — uiuillr t recessive chin, he said. This, he told the Los Angeles Dental Society, may mean that we are drifting away from the straight Roman profile as the common standard of facial beauty. AUDITORIUM APR 2 LIGHT HEARTED, MEMPHIS* RADIANT SPECTACLE! 8 MAIL ORDERS NOW! 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