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"VA-- V 4**"' ^,f;mirf, f <i f MOM STAR, HOfl, ARKANSAS , September 26, 1952 HO PI STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS GREATEST BIBLE NEWS IN 341 YEAR A New Authorized Version of the Holy Bible Plan to Attend the THANKSGIVING AND DEDICATION SERVICE TUESDAY, SEPT 30-7-30 P. M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH This Chinch Page Is Published Wceki. Wnh the Hope that More People Will G" H. Church •I? K * *' \ ,'. 3 yW h* % •**•*• ir " a * ' ^ Wn ^ V« t <** * » • Opportunity knoqka, Qod is calling. Their eyes are on the future and their attuned-tQ the marvelou$ workings of His great universe. They are the Adam and Bvej here the race gets a fresh start The family, the state, „„ c/iurc/i will bo dofwwi'ned by the "Straight Ahead" way they &o, Our i hope is here. Lovo and faith conquer the world. Earth nnd sea, and sky do their bidding as they go forward to possess the earth. Clean of blood, alert of mind, and W«tW « heart, they "presspnward to the mark of the high calling which is in "Christ JesW They learned in church that they would need the Shepherds staff wAon they pass through tho valhy ol th« shadow. They know that a profpund trust in Almighty God will deliver them to the port of entry to the ^Kingdom of God, as they march determinedly "Straight Ahead. tYouInThe Church... . The Church InYou t Form « combination for < ' good.Yb should «ttw5 * church wjularlv. Ewwnr < >jn»n.womV*n« chiu< k n«tdt Th* innuinc* of t Lthi CHURCH. B« faithful' B« a Churchmwl B W.ll,.,... N..W < Wor.k. ' Sponborecl By Local Business Firms Who Believe We Should Attend Religious Services Regularly Hope Basket Co. Soengor & Rialto Theatres William M. Duckett .Bruner-jvory Handle Co. Citixens Notional Bonk W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc. The Greening Insurance Agency ond Realty Co. Young Chevrolet Co. Moore Cltl«« Survlct Product* J. C. Penney Co. Gunter Lumber Co. Owen's Dept. Stores "We Clothe the .Family 'or Lest" Groydon Anthony Lumber Co. The First Notional Bank Crescent Drug Store ¥ E. J. Whitman OUtrlbutor Gulf Refining Co. Product* J. C. Atchley & Co. Hope Manufacturing Co. (i ^^*iBa v Hope Sign «* Neon Service ;'vi»j»yw Midsouth Gets Nod on Pipe Line WASIIJNTON, — The Power j Commission yesterday nulhori/.ed; ine Midsouth Gas Co.. of I.itllc Hock. Atk., to btiild 191 miles of t'l.tural «iH pipeline in the stale, j The POWIT Commission yesterday j iiiithori/iHl the Midsuiith Gas Co..!. nt Little Uurk. Ark., to build 191 miles of natural gas pipeline in the state. , The fn 171 also was unthori/.ecl to obtain a .'iH-mile line from the Arkansas Power and Light Co. Total cost of the construction and purchase ih S4,T24,200. Tile n'"A' line will be used to seive 2") Arkansas communities with gas. The .'18-mile line extends from tin T'-xii.s Gas Transmission Corp., line near Helena, Ark., to A. I', ti L.'s Hamilton Moses team ( luclric nonrniting station near Palestine, Ark. Tee-Splitting' Denounced by Medical Group By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE AP Science Editor News of fht CHURCHES CHURCH OF CHRIST Walnut Street A. T. Oliver, Minister «:4'i Bible Study Pi:.'10 1'ioachinn 1 i '.M Cuiiiinuiinjn U:30 p.m. Yotini? Peoples liible ->niiJy. 7-.;ifl p.m. Evening worship. Tuesday 10 a.m. I.adic-^ Bible Study. Wednesday 7:.'ill Bible Study A welcome awaits you at all ser••ices. FIHST BAPTIST CHURCH 3. A. Whitlow, Pastor i).;)!) Sunday Sch'jjl IU:50 a.m. Ai'.r..-.i'.n Worship 0:-l."i Baptist Training Union .1. T. Ilowdrn, Oireclor. V: l.i tvonimj Worship svitii mes- 1,'ij.je 'jy pastor. Monday 4 p.m. Sunbeams 1 Junior CiA'.s Tuesday Wednesday 2.:iO p.m. Ladies Bible Class 7:30 Midweek Services. Come study the Bible with US. You are always welcome here. all] GARRETT MEMORIAL North Ferguson Street Elbert O'Steen, Pastor •Hock of Ages Broadcast" fromj Linn-en auditorium 9 to 9:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. vjrudy Hairston, Supt. 11 Morning Worship 7 p.m. B. T. S. Classes for ages. Special program in auditorium. 7:,'iU livening Message. Message by Pastor. Monday 'i p.m. Sr. Auxiliary meeting at| the church, Mrs. Ted Purtlc, President. 4 p.m. Girls' Auxiliary in of Mrs. Ted Purtle Tuesday 7:3il Little Brotherhood meeting.] NKW YOHK 'A*. - The Amcri j er.ii College of Surgeons denounced | fee-splitting between physicians j ana surgeons today as "dishonest iiiui unethical" and harmful to patients. Thirteen college officials tolri r:f a renewed drive against the doctor kick-backs in a frank news conference with science writ-| ers. One good weapon, they said, is l<> tell the public all the facts. | They said most doctors are hon- csl. but a "few bad apples" split leetf, giving medicine a black eye. Some said the kick-back practice is widespread and growing in some areas. Hut it is hard to prove thai ;<n.v one is dr.inji it. Twenty-three ;• talcs have laws declaring it illegal. Fee-splitting means a division of lee between the doctor who first | aiiigtuiMOs a patient's condition and j llie surgeon who operates on him. i It leads, tlir college officials said to Jiesc evils: Over-charging in bills unneces-j sary opeialions "ghost surgery"' when a person thinks his own doc-! toi is operating and the selected or "ghost" surgeon does il after li-e palienl is aneslheli/ed loss of^ pi bin: confidence in doctors. i Dr. Alton Ochsner of New Or-i leans, immediate past president ol'i the college, said you should be .srripieious of 1'ee-splitlini! if: Your doctor sends you to only one surgeon late you get no bill from the physician just a bill from Ihe Miryeon. ^ Your doctor doesn't give you a ehoici* of surgeons to do the operation he snys is necessary o" doesn't ask you whom you want to do il. i If you suspect fee-splitting, your recourse is lo ask your county medical sociely to investifjatc. Thu societies have committees that Ho t!-is. Learn whether your hospital approved and accredited by V-.tO p.m Il.ble Observance Ser-j Cliflo » Carroll Booth, President v re by the Hope Ministerial Al- Wednesday nance, a community service. vvulnefioay 7 p.m. Sunday School Oftic'.-rs ,.ii<l Teachers meeting ,::M p.m. I'Vllowsrup Hour. The Midweek Worship for the Whole 'iimily. Tin: public il services. is invited to attend 7 p.m. Teacher's meeting inj charge of Mrs. Marvin Artcrbcrry] 7:30 Prayer meeting conducted! by Viv'an Tonnemaker. Thursday 7:30 Jr. Auxiliary meeting, Missj Verla Allen. President. We welcome you to worship w us. IHST PKtSBYTEHIAN East Second Street r^cv. L. T. Lawrence, Pastor !'.i" Men's r.!ib'.e Class will meet i: tin; I'arisn House at <J:'M tor jiii'e and doughnuts. Teacher of i..;irii which v.-.il beyin at 10 o'- ,'i'ick tauiiht by Joe Keesoy. ii) -Suno,i\ Sciioot. James H. Mil- lil:,')."i Mornini; Worship. Sermon subject "The Pattern God (Java" j Aut'.iem by vhoir "The Haven of | Rest" This service will be broad- j (.•;-^t over Station KKAR. i Meet iii' Parish j v.l! be served. ! ,up 7:1)1) p.m. Believers". KIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH U:4."> Sunday School. We have! classes tor all ages. Oliver Adams,j Supt. iu-ril) Morning Worship. 1)!-. L. H. West, Minister. ,j p.m C Y F. Thursday. 7:3iJ p.m. Choir Practice. PVI' 1 . (i p.m. llou'e. iiirjp^'i 1 !A'i:iing Wor niljjoct "Great Monday: 7 p.m. C'hoir Practice. Tue-.day All iiK'iiibi'rs are vir_!"fl to Hi;' cornmunily seiviie U niemor.ite Kil>ic Di'.v. al 111 Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. "I luirsday The Women of the Church Croup Conference meets in Wastiiag^'Ji at 10 a.m. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL The Rev. Charles Chambers Jr., Priest -In -Charge 10 a.m. Sunday School. 7:DO Kvcning Prayer and sermon Mind ay 7:liO a.m. Holy Communion (St. Michael and All Ansolsi Tuesday 7:30 p.m. A Service of Thanks- Kiving and dedication iie'.d upon top I completion of the Revised Stan' ' The Negro Community 8y Helen Turner Phone X-4474 ny ucois to Miss. TniMoi Hicks Kuneral Home UriURCH Or OOD IN CHRIST tid. L. C. Vvashington, Minister| lu: lj bundaj' bcnool u .viormng Worship . b p.m. Y. P. W. W. B p.m. Kvening worship. Picdical orsani/ations. The ap-] d'.ird Version of j-roved hospitals set up safeguards j T ' lis service w against kick-backs. i B'>Ptisl Church. Four "f the 13 surgeons, mostly j Wednesday members of the college's Board of- "'-'^ V.'omans Resents and Governors, ayreed I thai "in cerlain areas, fcc-splilling | is widely practiced by a large per-j the be Holy liible. at the First CHURCH OF GOD Rev. L. C. Crossley, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship li.a p.m. Y. i>. W. W. 8 p.m. Kvening Worship. CHURCH Or GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, Pastor U:4o a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning sVorsmp. li p.m. Y. P. W. W. {) p.m. Evening Worship Auxiliary Meeting 7:30 p.m. Class on the ways ami teachings of the Church. ccntatie uf physicians and sur-j geons." ! They would not specify these! areas, beyond the comments of two of the surgeons: I Dr. Loyal Davis of Chicago, u j ; college I'Ciienl, said, "There is no I ! question but that t'ee-splitlinu is on UK increase in Chicago and the. surrounding area." ! Dr. Newell W. Philpotl of Mon- I Ireal. a repeal, said he did not I know of il in Montreal but thai he knew it was done in some localities nearby. He told of one young surgeon, starting in practice, who refused to make kirk-backs and had to leave an unnamed town within six months. CATHOLIC Third and Walker StS. Father A. G. Dunleavy, Pastor 17th Sunday after P-macosl Si a.m. Holy S-.ic.-iiu'e 01' l.ie Mass Confessions heard bei'ore Mass and; at 7 p.m. Saturday. 'Friday ' 8 a.m. The First Friday of the month. Mass. BEEBEE MEMORIAL. C. M. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor I):45 a.m. Sunday scnool. 11 a.m. morning, worship. li:UU p. m Epwor'th League 8 p.m. Evening Worsnip MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor D:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning .Worship (i p.m. Epworth League. u p.in. Evening Worship HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE North Main Street O. M. Montgomery. Pastor !):4Ji Sunday School Guy K. Basye, Supt. It) Radio liilile Class. Broadcast over KXAR, O. M. Mont- I tiomery, loacher. Ochsncr said, "If a young man starts practice in a neighborhood j where splitting is rampant and refuses to do so because he is honest. I in would starve." I The college sets !iii;h standards! ! for admission of fellows mow nuiu- | boring 17.51)0). including a pledge i not to split fees About a dozen j i fellows have been ousted in recent years for breaking the pledge. Dr. Evarts Graham of Si. Louis, chairman of the regents, j said Ihe college mi^hi put on TV) and radio shows aLvut the evils] of fee-splitting. Dr. !';,ul R. Hawley of Chicago, college director. said the field staff \\as being in-1 creased to investigate alleged j cases of kick-backs. The Bureau of Inteiiial Kovemit>| ha.> informed the eoU'':.:e that it j won't allow kick-back payments loi tv listed as income UN deductions i U\ states \\here lee-si'l.iling is either illegal or not ..eivpud practice or custom. Fee-splitting was rar.i|.aiu in l'i>- i'.imbus, O.. six year- .i.;e. the surgeons said A Columb:.s surgical society wa.s formed and it agreed lh.it every Mi! geen would h;.\e his bocks and inton.e lax returns inspected by an indi-pe!u'.e:i! auditor. fee-splitting was i-iuied almost overnight, they said MORE CASUALTIES WASHINGTON, nP-Ti.i Defense Department today uu .uficd 70 battles casualties in bU..a in a new list that reported :our killed W wounded one missing and one u- jiued. KISING STAR BAPTIST Hev. W. M. Erby, Pastor ' U-.-lo a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. morning worship. b:00 p. m. B. T. U. 8 p.m. Evening Worship LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor U:-ia a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship, (j p.m. BTU H p.m. Evening Worship Moriiiim Worship 11 a.m. Sermon by Pastor Junior and Se'lior Christ Ambassador Services li: IS p.m. Miss Ku- J4enia Kesiter, President. 7.30 Evangelistic Service, Sermon by pastor. Tuesday 7:hi Christian Service Brigade.! S. /.. Barwick, leader. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mid-week worship. Thursday 2 p.m. Ladies Prayer Meeliu CHAPEL BAPTIST rttv. F. R. Williams, Pastor U:4j a. m. Sunday school il u. m. Morning worship ii fj.m. BTU 8 p.m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. ft. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning Worship li p.m. A. C. E. L. 8 p.m. Evening Worship FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West 2nd at Pine V. D. Keelev. Pastor 9:45 a.m Church School Mrs. Albert Graves will leueh the lesson in the Century Bible Class. 10:. 10 a.m. Morning Worship. Anthem 'Thy Word is A l.Mnuyn" Mrs. A. J. Jones of Crawville was the guest of Mrs. Roxie Had-) Vy on Saturday. The Gospel Trumpets of Antioch will stage a program at Rising Star Buplisl church Sunday night,! Sept. 28. Sponsored by the Junior) church and Junior choir. Sernu'fi '' Your Ke'.::;: ;>:;;0 p.m. .Van p.ii.. KC Seni InU: or MYF mediate MYF The word "lunatic" derives from the Latin "luna" or moon and re ters to an <tn,c|ai| bel^f that Uu to 0{ Fr.T.t 7 i', m sern.on M'-nisiir Monday 7 p.m. Circle in ihv hoij-.o <n Cotton Picking Is Hearing Peak I No. Mrs. •i will meet Kenni.'lu I'o- LITTLK ROCK (ft — The Crod l.'tporling Service said today thai cotton picking in Arkansas is near| i:ig its peak. • The harvest is in full swing, thej Sti vice said in its weekly cr. 1 v.'tr.ther bulletin, and a number i fields have been picked over Ub- ] TI.e staple was reported" of iji.ality generally. Much late cotton is cutting and unly a few fields will hUiom. the report said. J The rice harvest soon wifl t full swing in all areas, the reported. "Yields, as a whole, are Load's s^ppoi j satisfactory, with the best Young peoples class.! reported in soyiheaitera Wwsiip I atcvrdiim to ^» well. Mrs. Jack C'tardner u'l.l Mi' Lamar lV\ eo-i'.us,te-.-<-i Tuesday servaiu'c b». \ u e CHURCH OF CHRIST Fifth And Grady Robert G. Cook. Evangelist. Sunday 9:45 a.iv. Bible Study 10:45 a.m. t Sermon 11 41) A.JT C'Sa p.m *:30 £\ Toft Stump in Michigan Said Successful GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Wl Sen. Robert A. Taft, having stumped the "little Taft-lands" ot Michi-, ge»n, was ueiii/vcu niuay to navel pulled his personal following in this 1 state into the Eisenhower-Nixon I camp. i Taft arias-crossed the state about 700 airline miles yesterday to preach the theme that he and Klscnhower saw eye-to-eye on virtually all issues. Today ne left for Vvisconsin. Making his first campaign swing sii-ce he climbed on the band wagon of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Tan urea auutcnccs in tuo vveoTei'ii Upper Peninsula and in South western Michigan for the GOP national ticket. Tnese areas sent Tafl ! Convention and stuck to the Ohio senator lo the end. Taft spoke to about 4,000 persons yesterday. | Part 01 his tour was devoted toi a defense of the Taft-Harllcy Law,! which is under heavy attack by j President Truman and Uov. Adlai titevenson. 'ihe rest of the time he hammered ine theme trial excessive ic ueiai spcnuing and heavy taxes are wrecking private enterprise, private incentive and liberty itsetf in the United States. "1 feel," Taft said, "that Gen. Eisenhower believes as I do that v.c are spending too much on the military and too much on foreign aid." Addressing 1,500 persons at St. Joseph, Taft charged thai Steven Housewives Give Woods a Bad Time DKNTON, Tex.. (UPv Price Stabilizer Ti:slu' Woods asked some 150 housi'u ivos their views n prior slabili/alion and was of you nre In this control work?" Woods said about 5,000. "And whnt Is the cost?" demanded Mrs. Dnle. Wood- snld about $87.000,000. "What nr pity." nuinniued Mrs. Dale. The women applauded. New Poet About Settled _ By EDDY QILMORE MOSCOW i.fl — Sweeping nc economic nrrnnRcments between plMed tnlks eonlfnlni political and economic between Chlnn and the tf.S.9,1 Tn "" 'nr', only two Chtn ffl Chief 'roped, tied branded" in n ques- ou don't want th<> defense i-am yon must tell CVn K ress." When the meetinu Woods thcn said he was "willing 1 S(lvi(M u » s s I n " nnd Communist I v ' t%t naracmenta reathljd listen to this." imt mldt'd, "if; china npprnrori likely todny In the «"* '""<« hnve been " i" - °-i wiike ot Chinese Premier Chou Kn-'t"f transfer of the r.i's departure tor home fitter ! Rnllwny In Mnnehufto W Woods smiled nt the Minis- the , "you certainly haven't spared horses on me," Texas version of the turn and answer js'ii'i'. He heodfd for Hii-hmond. Vn., ti'day fo'llowinji the quiz session last night The women turned Inquisitors at :• nii'iMini; in which Woods had Planned to yet Iheir views on sev- ;'''•" «l«Mt<o'w "•'^•niiiiB »;i' °I-| t;t . nl m St. 1-ouls (luriiiK lh,- w.-.-k u,. of Iru'C- M..U; notion. 1 ho of-!,,,, s,.,,,. 2 0, compared to the u,al. who ln-«nn lus dul.es M'Pt-1 slm ,, aK ,. w( ! ok of 19M . 1. was on a iioH,.n.wl,l,. lour U>| T , ,,,,,„, Fpdcrn , |,,.. S ,,,. V1 . Dis . i..-. snir.plmKs or opinion on OPb-l,^., ^ |n |ts WCl<M) . ,.,,,„,,., , (i . Woods gave n briof talk. siiylnK, , 1l , y , lint t| lo overnll district in- vhen lie uas nmm-d to his OPS j ,,, ,, nsi . s w ,, s 3 per cent. |v..-'l he belii-vod housewives were Deportment Store Soles High at L. R. ST. I.OtltS W--Department sloroj >i>U' inrrcnsi's minted from -M por j ri ill at l.ittlo Vlock down to I per; was over. | Kremlin tnlks with Prime women and. (,-,,. stnlln. Chou flew off to PolplnR yes- terdny hut loft behind right members of the delegation thitt neeorn- pnnled him here for the conversations •— including several of hlsj Some tn top men In the economic field. ' ronds arc SponklnK to n fni'ewoll crowd nt thick. Chinese control this yoist ana continuation of joint use Mnnchurlnn nnval bnse flf l llnir until both nations slgrt treaty with Japan. tnc tnmous Rfi more than 46 THE SOLDIER TAKES A BRIDE (TWICE)-Among the very few U. S servicemen to marry in Korea Is Airman 2/C William VHient, pictured above, with his bride, the former Lee Kwong Ja They met in Taegu in May, 1951. Wheat proposed two months later nnd, after winding through the mile's of military and civil red tape, they were married Christmas Day. They had two ceremonies—a Korean one al Yong-Dong-Po and n civil one at Seoul. They're pictured at left, in their home in Newark, N. J., and at right in the Korean costumes they wore for their wedding. U. S. Studies Law, Amid Confusbn By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON 7 , \,V\ — A funds. A few hours later the same sec- i clary announced he had been mistaken, that the White House had given no directive to the Justice Ut'parlmeiit. "There has been no White House intervention at all," he said. | One report had il that McGran- I LI-;,' ordered the inquiry after tho spech.l' President "mentioned" the Nixon' son .s 'concealing what he really Justku , Dl , p;u . tmcn , ox .. iminaUcm , )f luli: , lo him a{tur ]ast Friday's believes" when he advocates re - fedcl . ul , aws in lv i ;ltion to "out- \.ec-kly Cabinet meetin B . peal of the raft-Hartley Law. ; side £inanci:ll lu , lp " n . L .(. lve d by The Justice Department just He said that when Stevenson ad- ))L , bUc o fn cia i s isi uncU ,,. w;iy amid; wouldn't discuss the situation' at New Kidney Is Dream of Medical Men By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE AP Science Reporter .ipalhetie aboul prices, lie said the purpose of his trip was lo lind "•'I it that was true. Mrs. Fred Hopkins of Krum, lex., thcn pounced with the first ui.esiion. "Why is it," she .iskcd, "that since Ol'S has gotit' into of- tect all prices have gono up?" 'Thu OPS law is not a freeze l;i\v," said Woods. OPS must lake inlo account farm prices, ( li.rtn parities and other things in] setting consumer prices." Mrs. Jerry Johnson of Waco, Tex., said prices of canned vegetables went down after they were iU controlled. , "You'd better HII o;,i'K to Washington and leurn your liusiiK'sis." she shouted. I Mrs. P. S. Travis ol IJenton dei manded, "do you think the time lor us lo be dictated Memphis, Tenn., nnd Louisville, K.V., matched the district Increase, I'licli reporting gains of ',\ per cent over the same week last year. The low rule of Increase for SI. Louis cjime despite » new pulley of two night, openings instead of one anil curlier morning opening hours on both "lute" days Am»n f vocatcd presidential powers to considcl . abll . seize struck plants in national em- j t ,, ol crgencies, the Democratic nominee is actually endorsing anti-labor injunctions. Stevenson has condemned the confusion as to how; all. However, il was NEW YO.RK W1 of mankind's great dream, and a lot of nature that stands in the v;a .V- It begins with an exciting fact: Why don't we have' limes like This is a story lh( . y w ; n . L , in my M , ol | u .,.. s jay?" W oods replied he's like to have "what's Decisive Korean Policy Urged PUSAN, Korea I/T) —An can adviser for the Republic Korea today called for a mere do cislve policy in Korea by the United Nations. S. M. Vinoeour, who let) foi Washington this morning after year in Korea, warned: "The .shining record of the VI. N fightim: forces may be eaten away by the slow aeitl of indecision. "No matter how one ma.v try l avoid it, the basic fact remain tlu.l we still hnve no positive si ^".j u .-, LLI i1 w.1. i j i \j \\ u \ ,:•(, i L \. t.a learned tn.it: i t, L*I_^ u i;. \> i L, , .. i, i/.^i..... .^ . ,< v. *. ( .... The White House at first claimed! Nixon's speech ot last night leav- Spare human kidneys are being do/en credit for originating the idea iir ir.i; io the Republican campaign] put into the legs of people doomed Mrs. connection with Ihe $13,000 expense managers the question Of wetherj to death because their own kidneys Ol.la provided Sen. Richard i.e will continue as the GOP can' are sick and failing. arcount Taft-Hartley Act as being built 1 Nix()n by California supporters.; diuatc for around the injunction. j imfi lncn disctniined having any - oilir.vnce "Stevenson," Taft said, "mdi-' tbing U) do wilh it w i,aisoever. rcctly advocates even more string-) Al lhc j u s t j c L , Department, cnt labor controls than the Tnft-• u hcre a cr j sp .. N() c . omilUM] ," Hartley Law, bul he is afraid lo : . 1XO , t ) u ,i ,u.|u:i;. .; -ii-,oi;i me ii i- say so." i ciertaking. the indications were Democratic attacks on the law,; tlui) Ua , pl . o j c , cl was an CX UMIM«HI Taft said, are intended only to win „,• AUy Gen _ McGranery's appai- suyport 01 those union leaders cn , policy tlf .. doing somo thiiu'." whose arbitrary powers were some- . iboul cvi;1 .y tiun g lnat comcs ,, P within his jurisdiction. mere .specific examples of nuiiuTiiiH you ladles." ! hition to the Korean problem. "Kverything." shouted half al Vinoeour labelled the truce tiilks a women. ' | Panmunjoni a "nightmarish treiu. Bessie Dale of l.awton.l mill" and the reconstruction of Ki askeil Woods, "how many rc.i a "mirage." Announcing the . . . SID ROGERS BUICK COMPANY (Formerly Roger Clinton Buick Co,) 207 - 209 East 3rd Street I wish to take this opportunity to announce that I.have purchased the Roger Clinton Buick Company In Hope. I invite each of you to come in and seo us, and when you want complete Buick Service and parts be sure and bring us your car. SID. ROGERS vice president made no[ The spare kidneys worked tor aj in the study project. Tlie.se sources emphasized thai ui.at was under way was not an .n\ estimation of Nixon himself, or time, then failed. The third kidney is taken from' persons who just died, or whose own healllvy kidney must be re- what limited by that law." ersons in public office. Suggestions by some newsmen a; ihe department might have in action against the Re- Business Asked to Pay Advance Taxes WASHINGTON, (UP)— The government is inviting business to pay §2,500,000,000 of its 1952 taxes in advance, and at a discount. The Treasury is making the offer because it needs money now to pay for the defense program and finance regular government operations. With taxes and other government revenue expected to fall more than $10,000,000.000 short of government spending this year, the treasury must borrow to make up the difference. IvlcGranery, latest of a series of' publican vice presidential candi- government "clean-up" men, look office last May in succession to Ally. Gen. J. Howard McGratii, \\ho went out under loud Republican criticism that he had "drugged his feel" on matters requiring prompt action. The department itself has not as i yet officially admitted any inquiry | inlo the matter of supplemental funds for federal officers. Plow • ever, shortly after it became known that McGranery hud di date, brought expressions of shock eu surprise at the Justice Department. Reporters got the impression that" the attitude there was that the Nixon matter was one lo be. setlled inside the Republican parly command itself. Roberts Renamed in Rhode Island PROVIDENCE. R. T. I/I 1 )— Gov. reeled aides to study tile statues; Dennis J. Roberts was renomin in this connection, a White Houselau-cl by a 10 to 1 margin over secretary told reporters th'al Presi-j Arthur E. Marley yesterday in the dent Truman himself, had asked jr.-nly state-wide contest of the the attorney general to look into Rhode Island Democratic primary, the mailer of Nixon's supplemental The final vote gave Roberts 36.- pi.'cial funds, but u broad moved because 1 of other illness. iidy into the whole tiuestion of i The spare kidney is put into a n :;overmnent financial support. pocket created in a sick person's thigh and is connected lo veins and arteries in the leg, to help purify his blood. The ureter or drainage tube from the spare kidney leads lo a cup strapped to the thigh. Three Boston surgeons told today of making six such kidney transplants. J The failure of these six transplants may help lead to success.in the dream of someday being to give humans new kidneys, hearts or other spare parts wild? our own vital organs become siclt or damaged. '•• One transplanted kidney worked for nearly two months, and actually survived in another person's leg for 101 days. This one new chapter in attempts "These to have Heating . We Are Now Licensed JLhis sign is the symbol of our new and better kind of Dry Cleaning Service which we are proud to offer you. We are now authorized to use SANITONE guaranteeing spotless, odorless cleaning, finer pressing and the utmost care in the handling of all garments— our equipment, plant facilities and service have been approved as meeting the standards of Sanitone- Dry Cleaners everywhere. This famous Dry Cleaning Service costs you no more than ordinary dry cleaning, so call or come in today and let us show you WHY we are so proud of Sanitone. to transplant human organs wus described to the Convention ol American College of Surgeons- 'by Dr. David M. Hume, Dr. John P. Merrill and Dr. Benjamin F. Miller of Peter Bent Brigham Hospital t.nd Harvard Medical School, Bos- ion. This week, other surgeons told of trying to transplant animals' lungs and Ivearts arid gullets and windpipes. Nature's law is that your body) will destroy any protein or tissue other than its individual own, by creating antibodies against it. All our organs are made of protein. If you put one person's tissue into another's body, he reacts against it with destrictive antibodies. Bones and arteries and corneas or windows of eyes are being transplanted. But yuur own body uses thorn only as a scaffold, apparently, soon replacing the foreign tissue with its own culls and material. Why won't one body tolerate tissue from another? Over the world, many scientists are trying to learn why. The Boston team doesn't have the answer, yet. the patients helped for a time with kidney transplants, died of failure of their own sick kidneys. 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