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March 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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. AJKANIAS TMttt. ' flaWt I TV* Part Association l*v|At,C6nrention ·?/itIanUc City, N. 1 J.-tfPl-Dr.-John ; 1ir. Cline. president.of the Amcr- § .Medical Association sald-to- : the' nation's 145,000 pnclic- physiclaris ''ir.ust. participate IVERYTMIING ' ' ' ' " ' " . FAYITTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. ^ OdVXNMIMT AVI. . and no one prevent it all. But? an iniur- Jtace pfojram, pfofetsiohtlly J«p«red by · ipecialisl who ifctowt your aituation, can pre- ANh( mat b«d luck from crushing ,Jro«r b»Dk iccount. thU job accurately, com- ,'«nd economically take* i* of your expoiurci to bad We list them all in the of their importance. We you which one* can be pro- J kqf inaurance. We toll you "eipoiurea to bad luck" *tt"ooat you a mat deal and ' "·- ' J»i* ohancea you :|«i||i;w*Ji bad luck, , e«ch type ""it protoc- Then you decide a you can afford to bad luck, or whether. Wl protection agalott lr.-public affalra'aiiq- pellUef.*- ) In. an address prepared for the opening session ofjth* American Academy of General Practice--an organization of lonie 15,000 "family doctors" -- the San Francisco physician said: .,' ' , · . : "Neither .the American Medlca: Association, nor-a state association nor a county society -- none bl them -- ever engages In politics But certainly, the doctori^ai in- dlvidulas and in Infofmalvgroufi have, that right andj that! dutj. J '" ytt'We ·are", to'preselrvr (4*B type of. government -that .we v.'int In this country, they must c.b po," Vindicating that he was urglni political actlity on the part ol doctors -- and not necessarily the Seeking, of public office by doctors themselves -- Dr. Cline remarked; . · . · · ' ' . ' ' ! "The community looks ' to the medical man for : leadership In everything , Avhjch - .pertains " - to health iand medical., care. It likewise looks to him, as an educated man with a " sincere purpose, 'to' obtain good jrovernmont at every level. He must'exercise not only his .duty but his right as a citizen," "Half Won" Dr';.Cline added; "The. battle 'against socialized medicine l« "only;about,half won. This is nr) time lor complacency, \Vjlh all our energies,' we must continue 'pur Campaign against socialism,'- : . '!'·.'';"'. · ' ' · ' - . , . 'We must convince large segments of '.people' of- the Tightness of our position; That is particularly true in; .the;.field of'labor. We, miist! Improve our public relations;, (it all levtls, 'A'e must expand and ·Improve, voluntary health .insurance plans. We must support medical' education. We musV'partldpate In public, affairs and in politics," ,', ' Exduw Stud«nl To Kejurn To Auslrii Miami Beach, ··Fla';-W)HelmUt Graef, 23, exchange student at the Uniyersity of Cincinnati, will «oon be taken home to Vienna, Austria, his father indicated today...,-. · The father, Joief,Graef,. Austrian automobile^.''.manufacturer, arrived yesterday and- visited his son In Mt, Sinai Hospital.. The son later was quoted as saying "everything ,is all right; now." t ..,'Helmut distppeared ,:from. the University on March 7 and police here picked him up at a hotel on March IB »s a."mlsiing person." Two hours later he was found un conscious in a jail cell and Del, Sgt, Peter Stewart saidI. he at tempted suicide with a razor blade. I Make thil itudy of your it ?,'bed lock" po«aibililie«, and f»j.Wi iwuranc* you now have, t any charge or obligation '*"*·'. . ',. : Buckiier The BUckncr Home Demonstration Club met Friday with Mr». Cordla Drake for a cooperative luncheon. Special guests were Mr. Otto Drake and the Rev. Ba- lil Udfora;, Mrs. Nell Hughes give 'a·'·'·'Midliif on the life of David, and Mrs. Maml* Atkinson presented-the po«m of the month, "Others." The .members made plans for an Easter bake sale. Mrs Elizabeth Wilson led,* discuiiion on health .Insurance. Mrs. Louise Sell and Mrs. Gladys, Splllars received prizes. Cheer-up notes .were sent to Mrs, Stacy- Phelan, a club member who wa* In the hospital, DO AMERICAN G.I.'S JAPANESE GIRLSf A S oSJlNGO IUBJECT » FAVORITE FAMHY IACK AGAIN ALL NEW f UN/ IMIMISON MMtSKST PARTNERS IN TIME TONITE LU M fc ABNER Difference Between Gifts And Graft Is Money Involved So Paris Government Officials Are Concerned, It Appears W.aihIhfton-M )-A«..far at government officials art concerned, the difference between gifts and inift apparently is thi money ih- yoiy«d..;-.. : :-;:-i-. .;;'·;:.'('·..··' =.'···'.. (it li fairly safe to accept 10-gal? Ion hati, a box of orangei, cigars, a' him'/ pocket'knlfel clgiret lighter, belt buckles, .Bibles, ties, potatoes, cheese, rat traps or maple syrup. Things like that. . · Michael V. DiSalle, when head of the Office of Price Stabilization said It would be ail right 'to take anything one could eat or drink within 24 hours. But mink coats, home freezers, free vacation trips or cash are almost certain to invite a congressional investigation: These tips for worried government workers came today in separate interviews with senators digging intc multi-million dollar government grain 1 shortages. Two Agriculture Department employes from Texas, 1 fired for alleged Inefficiency, discussed the question of gifts before the Senate Agriculture Committee. ; They said acceptance of "nominal" gilts had been normal procedure Until last year when even advertising novelties were blacklisted. ' - . · . One said that Secretary of Agriculture Brannan himself had accepted a '10-gallon hat from Texas admirers. Brannan has said the gift was made at a public ceremony utter he made a speech. Three senators gave a nod of approval to "nominal" inexpensive gifts: - . - . - ' Senator Alken (B-Vt) said that if * constituent offers him « gift such as "a better mouse trap" he ia» (o.accept or the constituent is insulted. He said almost all con- [ressmen- get gifts--sometimes unwanted gifts. 'A kindly woman in Vermont nailed me a dozen fresh trout," lie slid, "the postofflce took eight days to deliver them. By the time they arrived the gratuity had turned into a liability." He said he wasn't interested in Brannati's hat^-or any other gift hats. . But he said he once turned down a home freezer, and added: {'When mink coats, deep freezes or llmllar items are offered somebody is either seeking Influence or trying to piy.6«." ! :1v" : '.Senator Ellender '(D-La) aaid minor gifts ''arc peanuts" and that hats, ties and : such gifts are always In the open," He said he even got a Texas hat ' himself orice, and that it was still hanging In a closet unless "the moths have finished it." Senator .Kern (R-Mo) agreed, and said he wouldn't push'Bran- nan about the hat unless he found that the agriculture secretary criticized deparment employe! for doing the same thing. Donald Stewart Added To University Staff Donald D. Stewart, formerly chief of the research section of the U;S. Selective Service System, has joined the faculty of the University as an associate professor in the social science research division of the Institute of Science and Technology, W. W. Grigorleff, director of the Institute, announced today. Dr. Stewart has . been named principal investigator' of- the "Arkansas Mental Health Survey," an Institute research project,, the pbr jcctive of which is to determine' the readjustment of .former patients of the Arkansas State Hospital to their families and communities. Pilot surveys have been completed in Washington and Jefferson counties. The new faculty member is 38 years old. Most of his professional experience has been in reasearch arid education. He received his bachelor's, and master's degrees from the University of Washington, where he majored in sociology. Columbia University granted him his doctorate following further study in socioiogy and statistics,, which, led to his appointment with IbV Selective Service System. Prairie GroVe Dr. W. H. Mock, Miss Marjorie Jones and Miss Lucille Jones have returned from Florida, where they spent the winter. . The Women of the Presbyterian' Church met Thursday with Mrs. J. R. Blakemore. Annual reports were given and plans laid for the coming year- Harry Dutton, who has been a patient at the Veterans Hospital for some time, has returned to his home here. Mrs. R. H. Morrison has moved into her new home. She has been living at the S. A. Conklin home while her house was under construction. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cox of Lyons, Kan., who were called here by the death of Mr. Cox' grand-, mother, Mrs. George B. Van Winkle, .returned home Wednesday. Twenty-five members of the Helping Hand Club met at the Legion Hut Wednesday. ,Three quilts were finished. All members' having birthdays in March 'were honored at luncheon. The members voted to contribute $5 to the Red Cross. Red-Supported Riots Reported In Mexico Three Dead And 12 Wounded, Newsman Says Phoenix, Ariz.-(/P)-The Arizona Republic published today a dispatch from Oaxaca, Mexico, by a staff member who reported that Communist-fomented riots there have resulted in the death of three men and wounding of 12, The reporter, Morgan Monroe, said the riots have left the city an armed camp. . Monroe telephoned his account to Phoenix from Puebla, near Mexico City, 280 miles from Oaxaca, .He explained telephone lines from Oaxaca were so Jammed with military and other official calls he was unable to phone from there. The secretary of the ; Oaxaca state government, Guillermo Can- dianl, told, newsmen in Mexico City that the mobs, "spurred on by opposition leaders," had been protesting a rew tax law and that, in addition to the demonstration, a general strike' had been staged over the weekend. Candianl'said only two men had been killed, one shot in a fight in which politics was not an Issue! He sad he did not know h'ow the other man died. The police, he said, fired over the heads of demonstration, not into their ranki. The strike, tie said, ended yesterday. Ttoy're Sire CWWrwi Bankers Meet IB, Chleaga · Chicago-(fl)-Some 1,200 American bankers will attend the opening session today, of a three-day conference oh problems of instal- ment lending operations. / The meeting, the National In* stallment CreiJrLjfonference, is sponsored bjuhe Consumer Credit Committee of the American Bankers Association. ..' : |prth« T|ME»-- II »a;s HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS I roller Hctchery ' first ihew were ice houses .then {fans wew ice boxes ...then there wew automatic r!952 MM -Hi on tin wty. It NORTH ILOCK ST. PHONJ1S Milan, Italy '-(/PKE;*;p?e £C » on children from -25vnatlons .,say : that comic books- and cowboy movies affect the tots, but they admit they don't know how much or in what ways. Meeting under United Nations sponsorship, 600 educators, jurists and other authorities ended a five- day session, here with ·thercpnclu- sion that '"little is jcnbwh" 'of ' the effect of .': thrilling ' adventure stories in young · people's reading, movies and radio programs .' A majority of speakers conceded a need for. such excitement. The juridical section^'however,;. urged governments to bar childfenjrom films considered harmful -.'toy^heir education and reduce attendance of children it rripvjes generally. When the Roman emperor Titus conquered- Jerusalem, many Jews fled to Kairouan in what is present-day Tunisia where they built a famous synagogue. . Plan now to.eat i ; real spaghetti dinner at. St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Tuesday, March 25th. Serylnf ·starts : »t 5:30 p. m. .Bring yiiir"friends. ··;,-'; '£ ~\ ( :2i-3,ij£ PLAN TO BUILD BM Out Material. O*l OUT Price*. Try Our Strrlw. DYKE LUMBER CO. Mi Si. 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