The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1951 · Page 2
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FACE TWO (AKK.V COURIER THURSDAY, APRIL 1?, Navy's Sub Palaces Replace Old,'Join. And See World' Cry NORFOLK. Va,, April 12. (AP) — Navy "men used to drum up trade by encouraging youngsters to "Join the Navy and See the World." They .still do—but something new has been added. Now they beat the tom-toms for the Navy's submarine service—and the catch-phrnse might read something like this: "Join the Navy's submarine service for hot and cold running showers,' suntan lamps and all the other comforts of home." All these are designed to get volunteers—the only type of navy men Allowed' on submarines. Butr-thcre also Is extra pay attached. It's not just the old malarkey, either. They're building subs now with ceilings painted to resemble the sky, with si m tan lamps to give that extra "oomph" and svith show- 'ers—not to mention washing tna- chinc.s, I NfARYVIliLE. Mo. — f/>V — Homer Old-timers in the .submarine j croy, the Missouri novelist, i.s back service wouldn't recognize things home In a splash of color with the way they are today—the 51st ideas for a couple of new books Rainmaker Spirit Brings Trouble KHARTOUM, Anglo - K«yptlan Sudan <AP>— The riUagm in Tonj, Bahr Kl Ghazal province, lost their local rain-maker. He died, in the southern Sudan it [5 believed that who a a ralu-mivkcr tltes, his spirit j enters into Ihc Ixxiy of someone else in the neighborhood. So the Tonj villagers united to SIT who would inherit his magic Customs Officials Discover Military Equipment in Bales of 'Old Clothes' HOUSTON', Tex,, April J2. IA1>) — * for the Midilio East mill) they can find out equipment if American W:KS included military by mis- powers, IJ:iy,s and nothins happened. Then one villager cot the Idea: What if the .spirit rnlri'crt the body oT a PJUWIJIH strnn^or ami h?H with "snorkels." Ten more .snon wil! be similarly equipped. Hut the Navy publication. ''All Hands," .says such subs may be outdated even before thev become familiar. AH ot IhUs i.s a far cry train Uie ; lhe village altogether? M-fout, vessel (or which Hie Navy i ' rh!t <- brought action. A number iif first contracted with an Irish i I>TO|J!C passing by were set upon schoolmaster bank on April H. 1000.! «'" h sticks and spears. Twenty pen- That little article could" travel all j P !e ' v " c injured. Police called in to of four miles an hour—and it could I restore order reported the rain- stay under water for every bit of '. inker's spirit, was still on the loiise. 40 mile* without surfacing. j But Navy men today remember I "al'stoues as MS as small stape- John P. Holland, who designed that; fnilt h * VB bec " recorded weighing a Initial sub. And submarines recline ! '"'""" """ »_"""• —or celebrate—todny hi his honor . _^__^ I In their "palaces of the sea," ; take or purposely, A routine check turned uj> the material*; at Port Houston Monday fls the bale. 1 ; were hciny leaded aboard the Dutch ship, ss Rlouw, for shipment to Damri-s-cius, Syria, hy way of Beirut. Lcbntum. Customs age tils opened 14 b^Jos In n spot chrxrk. All contained military materials, including Navy • i>lup,s. white.-; nmi electrically healed flight jacket.'! mid tents. The bale.s were .shipped by a I Angeles firm. Customs Agent Alan K Scharff said he was waiting for n report from the Los Angeles and I-Yanci.sco customs on the finr San j American Imperialistt PRAGUE M';—People were told to liale the "American Imperialist*" in an editorial frontpaged by the Prague cultural newspaper, "Lldove Novmy," "T"he Americans are even more barbaric than the Germans," .said (lie edilorial, by Jaro.sliw Putik. "In Korea, they arc using gas and other kinds of prohibited weapons. The American Ha-scisl will not attack us only because he is nfv; of us, of the Soviet Union and of the peace movement in his own country. "Tile murderer i.s too cowardly to commit suicide. But this docs not ..^-.. -i.~t xve _ s t lol] |d hate him any ttic less." Read Cn;ij|cr News Classified Ads. Novelist Croy Back on Farm NfARYVIliLE. Mo. — f anniversary of the founding of the Navy's submarine service. Things Haven't Begun And things haven't even begun to happen yet. Naval officials have in their "top secret" file. 1 ; plans to produce a sub able to stay under water Indefinitely and travel at 35 knots. It's powered by atomic energy, naturally, and iis nuclear power plant already has been completed partially. Work will begin July 1 but it may be two years before It's perfected. Then there's the submarine to be powered by hydrogen peroxide. And there'. 1 ; also the anti-submarine submarine. Its job will be to hunt out enemy subs nnd get rid of them. Of the most public interest, of course is the snorkel-type sub. The unorkel is a breathing tube to allow the undersea craft to use Its diesels while submerged. 21 on Active Duly There are 21 subs on active duty With 1G foreign countries behind him on his recent tour. Croy is getting "back to earth" on Vvis tavm, checking up on Ihc spring work and j treating his friends find neighbors j to an array of nurple suits, red cor- j dnroy hats and light pink shirts. But he figure? to be shedding those "fancy duds" 50011 to get down to ! work. One of his hooks, he said, will ! e based on material gathered in 'eypt and Lapland. The other will e a Missouri love story. "I've got plot," he said. "All I need now s some good background, and L'il et that while I'm back here in Mis- ourj, I'll be wearing overalls or wnls that are 10 years old and I'll It on courthouse steps and such pla- es to absorb the proper atmosphere. /o\i got too much sophistication in w York, so J'm here to Kct back o earth." Soviets Buying Malayan Rubber SINGAPORE—W>—Soviet Russia • till is buying Malayan rubber. She holds third position as the biggest recipient of what's shipped out of the Federation of Malaya, topped only by the United States and the United Kingdom. The .United States bought 338.012 tons of Malayan rubber the first 11 month* of 1950. The United Kingdom got a total ot 180.318 tons. The Russian figure is 66,598. Additionally, the Russian satellites of Polanc bought 3,065 tons; Czechoslovakia B.410; Rumania, only seven tons; Hungary, 204, lg the period from January 1 to December 1, 1050. TO PROBE MORALS - Sen Paul H. Douglas (D., 111.), above, heads a Senale sub-committee that will look into "federal morals and ethics." Hearings will begin about the first of May in the investigation which, the senator hopes, wilt put an end to "government .it cocktail barf," and replace "diseased tissue" uncovered bj Senale HFC and crime probes with "healthy, crou-ins tissue." VETERANS To secure etluc.ilinna) benefits unilcr the C. 1. Hill of Rights, .loti must hcgrn your training before It is ton !;ilc. For mosl veterans, the dale Is .lulj 25. 1951. Ilon't put It off! file TOUT application for jrour Ortifi- rate of Clicihilily now. H lakes lime, in some eases, lo Ret vonr certificate. Don't wail. IT MAY BK LATER THAN YOU THINK: Fill out coupon for free rala- IOJT, oiitTlnfnc courses In Business and Radio. P - COUPON ,-.. * Dranshnn Srliool oT Tlnslricsx. i c. o. noc 11. 1 ^tle Rock,- Arkansas. J Cirnllpnicn: \Vithonl nbllgaUon l icrrt me jour free catalog. Street or R- F. nr tlo vovi nint atiptlratlon To/m .. HIT« )uii hxri prerlniit G. I. trul: Sritish Forces Educate Children SINGAPORE—Wr—BrlHsli armed orccs In Singapore are looking nU- the education of l,10fl children. They arc Ihc .sons ami daughters of British personnel stationed In this :rown colony. Five hundred and fifty children ittcnd schools In Singapore—primary. 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