The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 1, 1950
Page 11
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1, subversive Activities Control Board Called together to Organize I cwly created Subversive Activities • tonlrol Boird (SACB) was called ogether today to set. itself up In '"slness. Authorized • by the new Internal Act, It will have > single ——i: to .hold .hearings and de- ide whether organizations desig-^.the Attorney. General as Communist-action" or "Communal-front" groups must register with b* : Justice Department and- report ctivUIes and financing. . . In. the case of "Communist- Ction" organizations, the new law nacttd by Congress .over President Oilman's veto also requires a corn- listing of dues-paying mem- Tht; Justice Department Is • al- "aicly at',work 6n a forrfial petition ! the control board to order the eglstmtlon of the Communist Pary. Hearings onthis petition will be he board's first official task . Mel at Noon Seth w. Richardson, veleran lo. Republican . attorney .who was amed by Mr. Truman a:week ago chairman of ..the five-member >ard, asked his fellow members to wet him at noon (KST) In the ourtroom of Justice . Bolitha J «, chief judge of the federa listrlct courts here, to take theh aths of office. , Noting that the new board "a: 'et has'no home," Richardson sale h h BLYTHlTVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New Cancer Pain Killer Described MIAMI' BEACH, Fla., Nov. 1. f/Pt —A new method of pain killing for sufferers from certain forms of cancer was described today by Dr. Jsy Jacoby of Columbus, O., assistant professor of surgery, at ohlg State University. ;'..., In an address prepared for delivery before the 25th Annual Congress of Anesthetists. Dr. Jacoby said the method involved the Illtro- hiction of ammonium sulphate into the spinal canal where it has » numbing effect on the pain fibers of the spinal cord. " - : He said the work was still in an experimental stage. Some patients, he said, reported the treatment effective for from one month to one year. , le arrangement for convening in the :ex- the UN Plans Postage Stamp Business LAKE SUCCESS Nov. 1.- I/I')— The United Nations may soon be in the business of selling postage stamps. courtroom''seemed to be lost feasible one in sight. He >oard members could have gone be- al yesterday to 'Secretary 'ore any notary public to be'sworn Try^ve Lie's plan to S' n. but said his" colleagues favored '. "formal courtroom appear- urdson planned to resign to_ w ch'airmaii of the Federaf Employes' Loyalty Review Hoard In irder.t« .take over his new duties, •fe.-lnriled the -Control ,Board icet with him in the Loyalty Re- iew Board offices after the swear- ng-ln le begin work on organlza- ion details. The SACB chairman said the ae«- lon would'be devoted to a tenla- Ivt chart of working arrange*,. R riS. 'preparation, of"'R re- wf£"to the 'Bridget Bureau on what iina'ricihg "IhV'riew board -will re- liiife," ' .The Loyalty Review Board which alchardson is leaving after three rears-as chairman its empowered o name its own presiding'officer. The General Assembly's budget committee gave unanimous approv- Genera! - -. — ,- — set up postal ulinirilstratton and issue up of . cltJBen's from all jyer the country, It Is scheduled 'o hold its next" meeting In early v " : " " lanuary. Until it names a successor to R'chardsptK -Wilbur. Larpe. Jr.. the (list vice..'chairman,'••. will have charge of review board affairs. In addition to Richardson, the lew Subversive Activities Control Bnarrt members are: Peter Camp- fcarown. n Democrat who has -.-J^i special assistant to Attorney General McGralh; Charles M. La- Follette.'j'former Republican Con- jressmnni from Tndlana and onetime executive director of Americans for Democratic Action; David ,J. Coddaire. a Boston Republican attorney: and Dr. Kathryn McHale Democrat and former general di' eclor of the American Association of University Women. Membership on the SACB pays.a •alary of $12,500 a 'year. The members are subject to Senate confirmation, but the board may act on an ntefim basis prior to' confirmation Cotton Picking Moves Rapidly LITTLE HOCK. Nov.' 1.'. f/P)—fa /ored by good weather, cotton pick- ng continues at B rapid pace Ir Arkansas. Trie weekly crop report. lssue< yesterday, said that the harvest wa; past its peak In most areas. The amount picked ranges froti an estimated half the crop in Noril east Arkansas to an estimated four fifths in Southeast Arkansas. The corn harvest Is near its peak in most sections. The rice harvest was reported a half completed or better. . Cop* Nix Private Cops SINGAPORE— «•>—Singapore police said they will not permit gun- packing "shadows" for mlth? citizens. T e a r 1 n f Communist terrorism many wealthy ChlneM and big businessmen hare a»kfd the police to permit pnvat* armed bodyguard! 3ut the police refus«d pecial U. N. postage stamp at per- nanent headquarters of the United Nations. The committee had before It an estimate that $300,000 would be ealized. the first-year from the sale >f stamps to collectors. Pope Proclaims Newest Dogma Theory' Pertaining To Mother of Jetut Now Part of Creed . By PRANK BHUTTO VATICAN CITY, Nov. ' C (>)— Pope Plus XII formally proclaimed be/ore one of the most specUcu- ar assemblages, of th* Catholic hurch today the dogma that Mary, lolher of Jesus, went to Heaven i body as well as In aoul. --.•This, he said/had been divinely evealed. The new dogma thus be- ame part of the church creed ch 400,000.000 Roman Calho- ics throughout the world must ac- ept or risk exposure to heresy. The last dogma added: to the htirch doctrine v»t In ir?0. The pronouncement, eonUIned i« :• long papal l»,n r V AS read from a emporary throne before, the cen- ral ctoors of St. peters basilica. In ront of the pontiff stretched a hrong of. Holy Year pilgrims and tomans said by Vatican historian] to be the greatest they could recall In Christendom's history. The event, they added, was the crowning act of the 1950 Holy Year. ' Event Broadcast' Loudspeakers and radio carried -he Pope's Latin words to the outer ringes of the assemblage and to the far corners of the world. They also picked up the thunderous choir of bells from Rome's nearly 500 churches which began a festive tolling at the conclusion of the proclamation, and the hurricane of cheers and "vivas" which greeted the Pope's declaration. Church leaders were loath to even estimate the size of the throng that ' extended to Castel St. Angelo on- 1 the banks of the Tiber, three-quar- i ters of a mile away.,But they said ; about 300.0CO Holy Year pilgrims' were in the crowd, and perhaps almost as many citizens of Rome. Massed close about th« temporary throne were 38 'of the church'i 53 living cardinals. Banked'on the broad steps close below them weni 580 archbishops, patriarchs and bishops from all parts of the world. Well up in front, also, were thi representatives of some' 40 nation! with which the Vatican maintain! J diplomatic relations. There were ho representatives from the Iron «ur- tain countries. .. • Driver Bags Deer For Hospital Patients EI, DOHA DO, Ark.. N6v. 1. (/Ff— Jimmy pence was driving to his home here when » deer jumped in front of his automobile and was struck'and-killed. Pence, loaded the :,out-of-sea.«m kill on his automobile, brought it here and notified a game warden. The warden had the animal dressed and turned the meat over to Warner Brown Hospital to be served Its patients. Set your sights for pleqsure...enjoy °" Sunny Brook • . * • MANO ' /, . thi whiskey that's , as t'ts OW Swmy i ^H!'* ** T ^ nr awi. HturanM k M . WrU k«, for Kit. . .inw,*, rtroighl Kcirtvcky WurW (OU t. th. cMnvmy Sunny «r*«k Whit. Lob.1), «• . Kn» K«rt»cky •*» k »r- That bl. n d (OW Sunny in* Y.l!»w UM). Aak fw oh.rtm r*> *. SwiHiy »r^k orKtk BMM jwW M * (UkWnii, Int. - Extluslve Dislrlhntorj - IM\\t Rot* Iturfl HtintM. sfiim fAOI ELETBI RETURN OF THE NATIVES—Wilh th« fighting row safely north of the S8lh Parallel, Korean nauvH who fled from Seoul make the long ti'elc back: .Most o[ them found their homes in ruini from the vicious fighting. Photo by NEA-Acm« Stafl Phplograplier Norman William. YES, WE'RE CRYING 19-Year-Old Yank Dies in Action After Five Years in U. S. Army •HUNTINGTON, W. Va., Nov. 1. (#)—Bob Shaw had been been a apldler since he was 14 wh*n he Joined the West Virginia State Guard after convincing officers he was "nearly 17." * That was 19«, when the lanky, alx-foot youngster wu itlll In junior high, achool. The state guard wu dissolved In 1947 and Bob Joined the revived National Guard. Whenever there were • military duties to 'perform, Bob was excused from bit high achool cluMs. "H«-never had any wish but to b« a soldier," said his mother, Mr« Li. O. Johnson. ; He enlisted In the regular army in IBM and was sent to Tokyo, assigned to th* Hnt OaivJnr Division. "... , Bob made sergeant and early thii' year was selected "aoldttc of th* week," He proudly tent hla mother a picture of "myself and Ocncnl Palmer" on that occmmion. Then came Korea. ' Yesterday Bob 1 ! mothtr fat *. notice from the 'Dtf*a*» Dtpcrt- ment. " After nearly five yean In uniform, 19-year-old Sergeant Robert F. Shaw was killed In action. Eighty-seven claw A Bungnc schools offering 3-year eounM to high school graduates har* been accredited by the Japanes* Idolatry of Welfare. ;••''.• but you should be smiling;. . .because here comes the dog-gonuVsl used car sale you've ever seen in your life! You not only have a chance to save hundreds of dollars on a mighty good-car.', .hut we're also going (o nwke you'a present of 50 gallon!! of gas, too. That's enough to drive from here to Chicago. So, don't miss this chance... get yourself a better car and realty save some money. Coide (o Burnett. Aufo Sales on East Main — today! USED GAR SALE 50 GALS. GAS FREE With Any Car or Truck You Buy During Our Big 10-Day Sale! STARTS TOMORROW LASTS 10 BIG DAYS! $335 $395 $255 1941 BUICK Special 2-door Sedan, in very good condition, ha* new paint . . . N.A.D.A. Price—$545. . . 1941 PLYMOUTH 4-door Sedan . . . here's a car that's priced to save you over $100 .. . N.A.D.A. price—$515 1940 CHEVROLET 2-door Sedan . .. a good-looking car With hew French- gray paint... N.A.D.A. price—$415 1949 HUDSON 2-door Super "6" Sedan ... a car that's in A-l condition . . . save over $700 .. . N.A. D.A. price—$1915 . . . . . ....,;... 1947 DE SOTO Club Coupe ... a very nice car equipped with radio, heater and seat covers .. . N.A.D.A. price—$1365 . . . . 1940 FORD 2-door Sedan . . . has a rebuilt 8-cylinder engine ... a good, dependable car . . . N.A.D.A. price —$395 . ... 1940 HUDSON 2-door Sedan . . take a drive in this car and you'll see how good it runs . . . N.A.D.A. price -$265 „._._, $1295 $965 $285 $155 1942 CHEVROLET 2-door Sedan . .. here's a car with good tires, motor, heater and spotlight . . . N.A.D.A. price—$575 . . . . . . . L .,. . . ... . 1939 PLYMOUTH 2-door Sedan . . . it's in excellent condition ... a lot of car for a little money N.A.D.A. price—$275 . ......... 1947 CHEVROLET !/ 2 -Ton Panel Truck . . . has both radio & heater ... a red-hot buy. . .N.A.D.A. price —$795 . . 1946 FORD 1/i-Ton Pickup... here's a late model truck that will give you years of good service . . . N.A.D.A. price—$585 . $425 $135 $475 $545 Come Down At Night If You Like — We're Open Until 9:30 Every Night • HURRY-SALE ENDS ONE WEEK FROM SATURDAY • BURNETT AUTO SALES 513-515 East Main Phone 3977 or 6991

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