The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1946 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
Page 12
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frAGE TWELVE BLVEHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 10-10 ted Cross Plans Control Changes 'More Authority to Be Given Local Chapters Over Nation WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. WP>- ': Chairman Basil O'Connor today, outlined a reorganization plan to pUtce Die governing control of the American Red Cross in tlic hands of-Us 3.751 local chapters. The ])la» calls for incrcnsmg trie membership of tlic board of governors from 18 to 50. Delegates froni locsl chapters would elect 3D. This 30 would select 12 and tlic President of the United States would appoint (he oilier eight. 81x now arc appointed by the President. Chapter .delegates elect slic and the Red Cross Board of Ineorporators names the other six .The 103 delegates nllciuiinj; the meetings elected Arnold W. Gioth Portland. Ore., and Dr. FranV. Ola listjri, Chapel Hill., N. C.. (o three- year terms on the Red Cross cen- tr«l committee. •The Board of Incorrjoralors named Edward Dana, Boston, and Dr. Frederick D. patlorsmi, president of Tuskcgcc Institute, Ala., for tliree- year terms to the central committee. Patterson is the first Negro ever to serve on tlie central com- mittc. ' Mrs. Floyd W. McHae. Atlanta, was elected lo one of the vacancies oh tlie board of incorpornlors and was named for a one-year tcfm on the central committee. Again I Leper Expects To Win Battie Against Disease . . —Miijor Hniis G. Hornborsti-l, whose wife coiilrai'lrtl leprosy in a J;ip priscn carnp. looked to C'hrlslimis locliiy cinfldent that she will be cured ivllliln two years. The gnu'lni! Army »>"». su'M- vor of li.iluuii and Cori'cRlclor. has visited Mrs. jioi'iibocstcl chilly since she entered the Leprosarium 'Marine>)> Here sis momIVs ngo. licensed permission to live lit the institution flcspite picas to III" President nnd hish military offi- cials, Jlornlwc.slcl .settled In nearby Caiville. Mrs. Honifoor.stcl, .strengthened by her mate's affection, said that she had been le.sponclinj favorably to Ireiilmcnt with new drugs. Cheerfully she expressed the belief that "I'll be able to leave within a year or two. The new ..druuK are working and my case Is being arrested.'' Major HonibOEslci said that, he would continue his fight aisalnst the public's fear of leprosy, or Hanson's disease, lie has constantly fceen on vigil also for the welfare of other patients at the hospital, ft was largely because of his efforts that 1-ouislnnans overwhelmingly endorsed a state con- stllulionnl amendment (jrantliiK Cni'villi; patients Ihe right lo vote. Jfornboestd's latest campaign calls for 'he removal of World War II veterans from Caiville lo Veterans' Ho.spitnis. Female Felon Sought For Parole Violation U'lTLE HCCK, Ark.. Dec. 12 (l.'Pi For llic first, time In Uic his- lory of the Arkansas Board ol I'ai-dons, paroles nnd Probations n woman tatlay was ordered back lo llio slate prison. Tin' board revoked a furlough (•runted Insl Octclwr to 27-year-old EmoKcne Nichols ol AHiis. Ark., on condition that she would make a sood housewife for her third husband. P.irolc Director W. P. Hall said the woman had broken her promise and at the present lime her whereabouts were unknown, She was given a three-year sentence in Franklin County lasl June on a bigamy charge. General Sees Great Danger Of New Conflict LO3 ANGELES. Dee. 12. (UP) — Declaring flatly that "there will DC another war," LI. Gen. Ira C. Eak- cr, deputy \clilcf of staff of tlic Army Air forces, svavncd today that America "never stood in a period of ereater (Jaugcr." Spring before tlie American Institute of Journalists last nlgJH, Gen. Etekcr denied lie was warmongering any more than "a doc- Hosn Stevens today offered reminder'; lo Rlfl senders regarding mall- ing lUid addressing of packages itnct cards lo insure (heir delivery before Christmas Day. •He particularly stressed correct addressing and stated that last year millions of Christmas cards tor advocates disease when lie talks ; ; llltl | Wc .|j Rgcs w erc never delivere. a'jont it or a preacher advocates I Ol . wcrc B ,. ellUy delayed due to im sin when he talks about it. Care in Addressing Speeds De/iVery of Christmas Gift Parcels UUVilCl To aid the Post Office it) hand-1 C oiigcsti< HUB tins year's anticipated record post Ofl volume o( holiday mail, Postmaster proper or Insufficient addresses. Careful and secure wrapping of j gift packages svill protect them | against delivery in n damaged con- I dition, he pointed out. Progressive ' mailings over a Period of several days was recommended by Postmaster Stevens in order to avoid on and confusion at tin' Ofl ice. . f, Rockefeller Offers UN Site In New York Arriving in New York on Hi;; SJj Gripsholm, Olga IJcrley, Swciiisii screen actress, demonstrates r,h<: Knows what photographcis expect in her native luml. OLg;i. horn in Montgomery, Ala., will try to regain llic American citizenship she lost when she married in Sweden. L-AKE SUCCESS, N. Y.. Dec. 12— • (UP)—John D. Rockefeller, Jr. has offered to give the United Nations S8.500.000 for the of a "UN world capital site in the heart of mldtown New "Yoi*. Rockefeller's offer, marie to the iUN Headquarters Committee, wa f for the inn-chase or six block , along the East River -waterfront Of mid-town Manhattan. Rockefeller said New York CHy must round out his offer by den- Ming sections of streets nnd small purcels of land in the 42nd-48th Street area. "Me also asked thai his glit be free of nil taxes. - Rockefeller said that if the UN chose to -buy into an East River t'faqt currently under development M- a skyscraper "city-wllhlu-n- city" by a New York realty firm, he would give the UN 58.500,000 to cover/the cost of the land. The riverfront development last week wns offered lo the UN by William Zcckendorf, executive vice- president of Webb and Knapp, planners of n fabulous 5150,000,000 project which would be similar to New York's Rockefeller Center. ton. D. C. In her petition, Mrs. Pearson al Icgcri that Nicholson was operating the car as an agent of Mrs: Tru man, who was not in the car. Mrs. Pearson allcijcd iHrther lha her husband, Dr. James K. Pear son, a dentist, died us » result o injuries sustained In the nccldcn The petition asserted that Nlchol ,sou "negllBCutly' 1 swerved the ca lie was driving as the Pearson ca attempted to pius. She allege that torcccl ihelr car Into tlifc ditch. She set forth in hnr petition thai her husband had been making about $10,000 « year as a dentist, d asked that she be awarded damages to that amount. Mrs. Truman was named as a defendant ns the owner of the car and employer of Nicholson. President's Wife Named Defendant in Damage Suit Over Auto Accident -.-.."KANSAS CITY, MO., Dec. 12. — (UP)—Mrs. Bess Truman, wife o the President, was named a defendant today in a damage suit as :i\. result of a motorcar accident last "June 8 two miles east of ' Joncsburg, Mo., in Warren county :'. Nolle Motley Pearson of Aux- VMSC, Mo., was (he plaintiff in the action. Named also as defendant was Henry J. Nicholson, Washing- ll'l «ii5f lo b>V.« v.ilh THE MAGIC. MILLER'S OEST FLOUR! And you cm: use the colored punt Mck In nuru^ wiyt tiound the noun. MAGIC HART'S BAKERY WEEK END Old Fashioned Banana Nut Mayer Cake 59c A Fine Textured 7-inch Two-Layer Cake Covered with Rich Creamy icing for Your Sunday Dessert. 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