The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 17, 1949
Page 10
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PAti£ TEH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWft WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17, 194» An 'Unbelievable World' is Found in Depths of Sea SMUGGLOV8 COVE. Calif., Au«,» 57. yp t —An "unbelievable world," 4500 feet under the sea and filled with weird and wondrous creatures, has got Us first glimpse of man. The strange, luminous forms of marine life which Inhabit the depths <rf the ocean yesterday saw a while «pherc suddenly lower Itself into their midst. Inside the sphere was a creattire they had never seen before—a man. Armies of spiraling shrimp hurled themselves In a barrage against a window In the sphere through vhlch the man was Intently peering. Their attack was in vain. They only splattered against the window. The man was Otis Barton, marine explorer, who in his new diving bell, the benthoscope, set a new deep sea diving record yesterday. He descended to 4,500 feet, bettering' his own record of 3028 feet, achieved in 1034 off Bermuda with naturalist William Beebe. Barton telephoned his observn- lions to an assistant on the barge from which the bcnlhoscopc was being lowered by cable. At 4GO feet he said: "There arc a lot of lantern fish passing by now. They're big fellows and they're HOSTKSS ON DITCHED jumping all over. Now the fireworks ; —Miss Ruth Nichols (above). fam- fire really starting.. .there's a crea-'Ous American aviatrix, was hostess ture that looks like a long pipe with c board the TransOcean Airlines a row of lights along it. I don't know what it is. "The tonacles of an octopus just dragged by the winrtou 1 , .showering plane which was forced down at «ea la miles off the coast of lie- land. The plane was enroute from Rome to Shannon, Ireland, carry- Reynolds Metal And Union Are Still Negotiating LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 17. W) — Reynolds Metals Company officials and representatives of 1,600 striking CIO United Steelworkeis of America go into the third day of their resumed negotiations here today. Federal Mediator C, V. Emory said yesterday's talks, in which Interpretation of the old contract came up, were encouraging. Interpretation of the old contract was raised by the company's offer to renew (he previous contract for one year wilh a pay increase of four cents an hour for holidays not worked. Charles E. Smith, union district sub-director, was critical of the Aug. 22 dencliinc in the company's proposal but said; "We arc hopeful and optimistic that the conflict can be rosolvert since Mr. Reynolds fcornpanv nrc=t- dcnt Richard S. Reynolds, Jr.) said he would send a committee to ne- gotlate a whole contract" The union went on strikf Ang 1 when neeoMa"-" for a 12''. cent! sparks. I can't see him but he must j Jug 58 persons. (AP Wirephoto). have been a big fellow...! just saw | an animal with n long tail, l don't ' know what it is." At- 4,000 feet he said, "there am so many things going by that it kind of makes me dizzy." At 4100 feet Ihe lights illuminating the area outside Im window went out, hut Bat (.on dropped en rtov. r n to 4500 feet. Then he telephoned, "there gons • big white Jellyfish. I never saw j P1 the Circle L Club amTciub anything like that before. J here s; gg « little spot of light with a circle j ' around it...I am amazed to see so 1 . , _ ...» many luminous things at this depth. American-English Due Three Garland County Night Clubs Padlocked HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Aug. 17. Ift'i— Three ni»ht spots near Hot Springs yesterday were ordered cla-ed for a year because of alleged hour Increase and broke dcm-n. Obituaries other witl testifies at Washington before senate subcommittee investigating '"<• activities of "five percenters." witil J»»'« V. Hunt, a Washington vds secretary to former Albeit iiawkcb (R-NJ).— (A photoi. law violations. Circuit Judge Clyde H. Brown directed the orders against Maggie's The water is beautifully, unexpectedly clear, as clear as it was at Bermuda." Barton returned to the surface without incident, and announced h« would not attempt any further deep dives lor .some time. Originally he had planned to descend to 6,000 feet. He twice sent the ben- thoscope more than a, mile deep unmanned in preliminary dives. Ford's theater, where Lincoln was shot, still stands in Washington, although it, no longer is used for theatrical purposes. To Be '-'King's English" . SYDNEY— M'J—The King's Eng| lish. say* Sidney J. Baker, is at! P washed up. The language, he says, will one day be replaced by American-English. Buker Is an Australian lecturer and JourmlLst wlio has made a study of Australian speech. This is an example IIP gave. "Shove thts spin down south, and mole down to the rubbily for a firtciley's worth of bnmbo. My sort's rat-bag cobbers sire turning on a shlvoo -sarvo. Dice your Jacker and get your chop of the plonk, whv don't you? Wilh nl] the galahs and Soybean Prices Gains feature Grain Trading CHICAGO, Aug. 17. CAP) — All advance in soybeans yave the en- tlvp. gvain market, a b"«Uei ton today. Kean.s gained a couple ol cents in line with higher vegetable oil strongest reduction Infant is Buried Graveside .services tot 1 Mury Lupi. M-day [>](• daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pellis Lupi of Armorel, were conducted in the Memorial Park Cemetery, this morning. The brtby died ye.sterday at. the Blytheville Hospital The Uoll Funeral Home \vas in charge of arrangements, Memphis Businessman Dies ot Poliomyelitis Although May wheat advanced MEMPHIS. A\lgr. 17. tip) — Polio on Ions-term investment buying, claimed die life of Thomas Leonard • [he near-by months lagged behind Ooff, 26-yenr-old Memphis busi- | the rest ol the market. ncssninn. yesterday. He was the j : fifth Mi.'i)i])]]l;iii to die of the di-' sense this year. j state's Senators Agree All Iron lung was flown here [ Riotous Girls Sloted to Get Additional Time LJTTLE BOCK, Au». 17. C/P>—An additional 16114 days imprison ment face* the two U*n-»ge girl* who touched off the riot and prison break at the Arkansas Girls Training School Sunday. Meanwhile, officials of Saline County, in- which the school Is located, are investigating the outbreak and the Institution's board of control was to meet with Governor McMath here today tor the same purpose. Ruby Ann Watts, Crawfordsville Tenn., and Juanlta Elsie Mulllns Little Bock, were rinert $167.50 each by Justice of the Peace W. N Hunnlcutt in Benton yesterday. The two, dnmlc on rubbing alcohol sneaked from the school Infirmary, staged a brawl in their rooms, and during tl-e excitement five other inmates fled. They were charged with destroying public property and disturbing the peace before Justice Hunni cutt. He -said if unable to pay the fines, the girk would have to serv them out at the school at the rate of $1 a day "beginning when they'r released on what they're In the: now for." Deputy Prosecutor Ben McCra and Deputy Sheriff Fred Marti of Saline County began an Investl gallon of the school riot yesterday Their findings may be turned ovi to the Saline Grand Jury. The school board of control, i Its meeting today will investtgat the outbreak and -><m consider report by a committee of the Ark ansas Council on Children an Youth which Li highly critical the school and its administration. In grains, coin acted from the .start. Further in yield prospects were reported in Iowa, although the overall yield vvmiltl be above average. The Economic Cooperation Administration earmarked _$2,190,000 to Denmark for purchase of American corn. NAMED JUSTICE — Attorney General Tom C. Clark •f Texai his accepted appointment by President Truman as an Aiioclaie Justice «( Ihe United States Supreme Court. GOSPEL MEETING CHURCH OF CHRIST Bfytforifie, Ark. AUGUST 17-28 A Cordial Invitation Extended to All Hoyden Mohan, Song Director T i g h yesterday from Chattanooga for i use at (he isolation Hospital, which i has -J4 polio cases under treatment, i IL was brought in a C-47 transport . Fishier Sqllndroti of the Tennessee National Guard, Infant Dies; Funeral Service! Tomorrow dills (lint'll drag on tills ylke. il'cl] plane l>y members of the 155th l)c rulge lo have someone who's a wnke-up to yuhber with." This, Baker said, is a free translation: "Take this five pounds and hurry down to the hnicl for one pound worth ot wine. My girl rHrncl's eccentric ncnimlntances are having a party this afternoon. T-.cnvc your work and lake a share of the liquor, why don't yon? Anyway, with nil the unimportant people who will be there. T would like to have someone Intelligent to talk lo." WASHINGTON. Aug. n. M>» — SL-II, Fuibri^ht 'D-Ark) svho introduced the resolution, and Sen. Mc- Ctellnn ll)-Ark\ both voted with ihe majority for the resolution to [ reject. President Truman's proposal lo create a cabinet department of welfare yesterday. Read Courier News Wiuit Ads. Funeral services for Pamela Jo ! otlist. Church. Burial will be In Ball, Infant daughter ot Mr. and j Maple Grove Cemetery. Mrs. I-ouis Ball of Promised Land, The Ball infant died this morn- will be conducted at 10 a.m. lo-1 ing at Walls Haspltiil shortly after morrow nt the Cobb Knncral Home] birth. In addition to her parents Chapel by the Rev. Lcroy Henry, i she Is survived bv one sister. Jan! loan? pastor of tlie Promised Land Mcth- ' Gail Ball of Promised Land. I such Woods Says No Job Cuts In Housing CLEVELAND. Aug. 17. eral Housing Expediter woods pledged today that "not one man" will be taken off the veterans housing program by his office until the program is cleaned up. Woods, speaking at the 28th national convention of the Disabled American Veterans, said that a slash in his office's budget left him with only two alternatives: (1) Fire one-third of his em- ployes, or (2) Decontrol a third of the areas under federal rent control. He said he had decided on the latter course. His budget. Woods said, had been cut from $26.000.000 to $17,500,000. The housing chief declared the need for "a form of guarantee or warrant}' for the buyer of a home such things as defective workmanship, the substitution of inferior materials or the omission of .something in construction," "I have recommended that federal agencies engaged in miking n new homes should make guarantee n condition of Czech Primate Questions Laws Regarding Church PRAGUE. Aug. 17. </Ph- Breaking a two months silence, Roman Catholic Archbishop Josef Beran of Prague today accused the Czechoslovak government of interning and Isolating him in hts palace here in violation of constitutional rights. The Catholic primate charged further that the government had illegally seized his consistory (administrative orrlce) and confiscated the funds of his Prague diocese. He made these charges in a letter to the state procurator (prosecutor). It was given to the foreign press here through church and diplomatic channels. In this letter Beran asked these questions: Is the Roman Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia still recognized by the state? If so, by what law was the Roman Catholic Church deprived of Us legal Independence in Internal matters?" their approval of the "oan," he sairt. Since April I. he -said, controls have been lifted in 118 communities by local governments, In four states by action of the sUte legislatures, In three communities upon recommendation of their 'ocal rent boards and in 19B communities by his office. When you want to REPAIR A SASH. Look under "CARPENTERS" in the Yellow Page** *TJ>e YELLOW PAGES fell who buys... 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