The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1952 · Page 7
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OCTOBER 17, 1952 ELYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Soviets Name New High Command 1 By EDDY GII.MOKE awl THOMAS P. WHITNKY . MOSCOW (ft — The Soviet Communist party named Ita new high command today and kept Joseph Stalin firmly In all the top Jobs. Th« party's new Central Committee announced election of a Presidium of 25 members and 11 ! alternates to replace the old Pollt- 1 buro and a 10-man Secretariat to I supervise party administration. ! Stalin was named head of both I key »roups. Also elected was a new 1 chairman of . the party Control t Committee which has. charge of i,<OJjar.ty discipline. i'fp The Presidium Is more than : twice the size of the old Politburo '; of 11 members and one alternate. ' Replacing the Politburo, It will i direct the work of the Central i Committee between the party's ' quadrennial full sessions and will • ~ also take over the duties of the old . Orgburo—Uie organization bureau : —which dealt with parly organiza- i tion, | The Secretariat also was enlarged. l£ formerly had only five members. Stalin's lop rank in the party was emphasized by the placing of his name out of alphabetical order at the head of the announced list- Ing of both-the Presidium and Secretariat. All other names were given 'In their HUM!an alphabetical order. , In addition, Stalin is head of the party Contra] Committee and, In the Soviet government, chairman of the Council of Ministers—me- mlei 1 of the Soviet Union. '• A number of young party leaders were added to both the Presidium and the Secretariat, Most of these are under 50. Some are barely past W, The Presidium also includes several regional party leaders, ns well as some of the Soviet Union's top economic specialists. One significant point was the promotion to Presidium alternate of Foreign Minister Andrei Vishin- sky. Vlshlnsky, now at the United Nations Assembly In New York, formerly was a member of the Central Committee, to which he was re-elected, but he never was a member of the Politburo. Churchill Postpones Second Atom Bomb Test, Paper Says .LONDON (*V-The Daily Express said today that Prime Minister Churchill his put off exploding Britain's second atom bomb for a lew months Because (lie first blast a fortnight ago was so successful. The ExpreM added that Dr. William Penney, Britain's chief atom scientist, had canceled his reservation for a return plane trip to Australia ea^rly- next month. Penney came here two days ago from the first explosion In the Monte Bello Islands, off Northwest Australia. : His return reservation and similar bookings tor atom expert Sir John Cockcroft and Atomic Energy Controller Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan had sparked reports—not confirmed officially — that Britain's second big blast would be going off soon. ^ A spokesman for the Ministry of Supply, which controls Britain's atomic energy program, said Penney had canceled his return trip for secret reasons. Teamsters Back Stevenson; toElectOwnOfficers Today LOS ANGELES — The APL International Brotherhood of Teamsters, after adopting s resolution endorsing GOP. Adlai Stevenson and Sen. John Sparkman, set about today to elect its own president at • the 18th annual convention. The endorsement of the Democratic standard bearers came yes- Ancient Caddy Wins At Auto Festival FLINT. Mich. W"(— A 1902 Cedilla- that nuis has won the grand rnize at the Old Car Festival at Greenfield Village in Dearborn. It T\"S considered the most perfectly restored to it* original new appearance. The old Cadillac te powered by a one-cylinder five-horsepower engine located under the seat. The wheel" aare of natural wood finish. There lit a picnic basket strapped to the right side of the car and in the rear It a basket, resembling a golf beg, for carrying umbrellas. Both baskets, jnacie of wicker, were accessories' when the car was made. Th« car, owned by Mrs.' Charles Rulse of this city, was purchased by her husband in 1941 from a Lansing woman. The couple, who make a lobby of old cars, did part of the restoration work themselves. Esquirt Chairman Di»t CHICAGO (if)— David A. Smart, (K>, president and chairman of the board of Esquir,-., inc., publishers of Esquire: and Coron«t magazine*, died laM night after a brief Ulneas. Amwcai terday, together, approval of the Democratic platform. The resolution paid tribute to Stevenson's policies, which the teamsters said closely followed those of the.AFL.. Stevenson spoke' briefly to the 2,000 delegates, telling them that "I am glnd to feel men like you are enlisted on (he same side, and I think yon know where I stand and where the Democratic party stands." Teamster President Daniel J. Tobin, whose age nss been estimated at from 17 to 85, had led the I?i million member teamsters' union for. 40 years. His .retirement has been widely predicted and his most likely successor is Dove Beck of Seattle^ executive vice president and director of Western locals. 1 : = The nominations will be dropped into the box today. PAGE SEVCT Human Cannonball Job Is Nice In One Way: Little Competition •Theri'lsn't a lot o( competition In the line of work Hugo Zucchini pur SUM. us most people would just s soon be shot by as 3hol out of cannon. For Zacchlnl, however, this Is breads and-butter proposition nd to him, being blasted o\\t of giant cannon Is Just another ay to make a living. He will be seen following his teeth-rattling occupation when the King Bros.) and Crlsdonl Combined Circus presents two performances at Walker park Fairgrounds in Blylheville Monday. Under auspices of the Blythe- vlile Shrine Club, the circus will present a jnatlnee performance at 2 p.m. and an evening show at 8. These will be preceded by a parade down Main Street at 11 a.m. Zacchlnl conceived the Idea of being a "human cannonball" while serving as an officer In the Italian Army during SVorld Wnr I. He designed and directed construction of the big gun from which he Is catapulted at each circus performance. After arcing through the air, he lands several hundred feet away from the mouth of the cwi- non In a specially-built net. DAR Wonts Reds Outlawed in US WASHINGTON (I?) — The Daughters of (he American Revolution want President Truman to call a special session of Congress nt mice to outlaw the Communist party In the United States. A resolution to that effect was adopted at a meeting of (he DAR national board of management, cabinet members and state regents | yesterday. An Old Kentucky Tradition GLENORE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON I486 * (Pin* Sal« Til) GLENMORE DISTILLERIES'COMPANY •'.LOUISVILLE, KY. READY TO BLAST OFF — Hugh Zacchinl waves from the mouth of Hie cannon which fires him In a giant arc,, Into a net ai each performance of King Bros. Cristiani Combined Circus which will appear here Monday. Kitchen Sink included in Bomb Run on Chinese TOKYO W—This time they hit 'ern with everything—Including the kitchen sink. ; The Navy said Lt, Carl.B. Austin of Woodburn, Ore., a pilot aboard the aircraft carrier .Princeton, recently attached a sink to a 1,000- pound bomb and dropped it on a major North Korean city. "I waslit' able to see whnt dnm- nge ihe sink caused." Austin said, "but I the Reds can take the Corkscrews Sent To Aid GOP Drive "GENOA, Italy (IP)— One hundred cases of corkscrews topped hy Gen, Dwight D. Eisenhower's head cr.rved In wood are en route to New York from here. 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