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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Michigan fire Fatal for Five Mother Helpless In Effort to Save Her Children SAGINAW, Mich., Sept. t. liP>— Four young children were burned (o death In their home yesterday is flames repulsed their mother's rescue attempt. A fifth child jumped from an upstairs window and died a few hours later at a local hospital. Victims were Samuel Walters, 14: his sisters, Jtfary, 12, and AnReline. 8, and hLs brothers, George, 4, and Walter, Jr., 3. Their mother, Mrs. Cleo Walters, p, 34-year-old divorced waitress, was suddenly awakened by the explosion of an oil stove. She rushed to the stairway and found it crackling with flames. Her children were trapped in an upstairs bedroom. In the charred bedroom, firemen found one child's body under the bed, another huddled against the wall and the other two in the bed. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 194$ Sense of Futility Said to Prevail in U,N. Organization KARACHI — <3*>— Pakistan Foreign Minister Sir Mohammad Zafrnllah Khan said here that "a sense of futility and frustration prevails among the members of the United Nations organization." Writing in the Karachi weekly, the "Pakistan Horizon," Zafrullah attributed this feeling to "a weakness which has become rapidly apparent in the organization—of voting too often, particularly In the Security Council, for ulterior motives and considerations." He explained: "If a question arises affecting colonial power, whatever the merits of the case, other colonial powers are chary of taking a decision or endorsing action, which should be resented oy the colonial power concerned. Their guilty consciences make them fell that any one of them may be in the samft position next year in which a brother colonial power finds itself today." Zafrullah added: "An impression is gaining ground that sticccstful aggression by a determined and strong nation, which can win the support or sympathy of at least one permanent member of the Security Council, is likely to be condoned \ and would in time obtain the seal of, at least tacit approval." VAKT1ATION ON AN' OLD THEME—A mean old Georgia mule bites Willie Garrison, 7, in the tummy. And this is the second time "Bill" —that's the mule—has bitten Willie, at Atlanta, Ga. Earlier, BUI sanfc his teeth into Willie's right arm (note bandage), shook htm and flung him several feet.^ Willie was treated for severe mule bite. Atlanta Journal Photographer Tom Aldred, assigned to illustrate the story, asked W.OK to walk past the mule so he could get a picture—and just look what happened. Only this time H only pinched littid—no damage. (AP Wire- photo). Planetarium Show Features More Stars than Any Hollywood Spectacle By SAM SUMERl.IN AP NeHsftalures CHAPEL HILL. N. 0. — While big-time Hollywood is nursing box- officc headaches, this quiet southern village has a show that packs 'em In at every performance. And here, popcorn and cheesecake aren't needed to entice the customers. The public conies simply to see the stars—to witness a drama in which the celestial bodies are the actors Tbe Morchead Planetarium at the University of N'nrth Curoliim is the ne\vc.st on earth. This spectacular S3.000.000 "sky dirali'r" is [be only one In the south and the only one owned by a college or university. More than 2,500 paying customers flocked to this "school room under the vault of heaven" In its first eight weeks of operation. The seed for this magnlficient structure was planted some years ago, when the famed Harvard astronomer. Harlow Shapely, declared In a lecture here thai North Carolinians are "the most astronomically ignorant people in all America." John Motley Moreheitcl, grandson and namesake of a former North Carolina oovcrnor, (hereupon dubbed the eminent scientist an "ignoramus and demanded that he amend his remark. Morehead had a right to be sore. It was in the Chemistry laboratory here that he and Francis Prcstcu Venable (later president of the University) discovered calcium chloride and acetylene. Morehtarl was in charge of all TNT production for this country during the first World War, and' his company—Uniun Carbide— helped develop radar, got out all of the uranir-Ti from which U-235 was refined to make atomic bombs, and developed a bomb exploding device credited »• i t h finally breaking Die enemy's back at both tile "Bulge' ami Japan. In 1947 Morehead. a former Minister to Sweden, purchased in that country for $67,000 the 17th planetarium instrument manufactured by Zelss. This mechanical wizard is shaped like a 15-foot dumbbell. Basic- I ally, it is a multiple projector ' capable of reproducing the appearance of t!ie heavens as seen from any spot on earth at any period of time—within a ranse °f -5.800 years—past, present and future. The image of some 9.000 stars are thrown on the white hemispherical dome—all of the stars visible to the naked eye on a clear night. As the visitors relax ln> air- conditioned comfort In theater- type scats, they can take a trip around the world in five minutes. During the 45 to 50 minute demonstration, astronomy and the beauty of the starry heavens are brought down to earth. One of the brightest "stars" at each performance is the genial director, Dr. Roy F. Marshall. Former, director of the Pels Planetarium' In Philadelphia and producer of a weekly television show. Dr. Marshall has been described by Shapley as "the best planetarium man In America." Showmanship Heeded In Livestock Exhibits DES MOINES — (IP)— W. V. Smolek, extension animal husbandman at Iowa State College, says good showmanship is important In showing livestock at fairs. A good animal noi prouorly groomed or trained, he says, may receive lower placing than it justly deserves. He advises that training and grooming be started several weeks before the show. Hogs should h. washed and brushed dally for & week to tame them for the rln». Henry Wad-worth Longfellow wrote "Th re was a little girl and. she had a little curt right In th« middle of >'er horehead." Wanted: LICENSED BEAUTICIANS \Ve cannot supply (he demand for operators. We have a list of Arkansas and Mississippi shop owners who need help. If you are a Graduate of a Beauty School and are interested in employment, call EAGLE BEAUTY SCHOOL Phone 3262 Blytheville, Ark. Adults who want to learn Beauty Culture, enroll Sept. 12 (or next class. Lo-.v Tuition. . .Interesting Work GI Approved.... Russia Sends Czechs Bill Requesting Dollars PHAOUE—(/TV—Business Is business, even among the professed adherents of the strict Marxist-Leninist line. Czechoslovaks got further proof of this recently when the Russians handed them a brtl—in dollars—for the transport of a Czechoslovak track and field team to an Invitational meet in Moscow. Upon their return some of the 'athletes said that, although they lost on points, they had profiteil In "a great lesson In socialism." A ; month later" the Russians also gave them "A whacking stiff bill" lor the ride—to Moscow and back— Official Czech Press Reports Turn to Work PRAGUE — tif)— The official Czech press agency reports that Prague children nearing the age of finishing school are expressing a preference for working In industry. This reported preference is hailed by a government which has been working hard to channel manpower into production jobs. In answer to a "what would you like to be?" circular, the children were reported to have expressed the following choices: 4,343 would like to go into industry, where an estimated 5,5(10 new hands are needed from the schools. 1,210 wanted to work in stores, where only 651 are required. 759 preferred the transport services, where only sixty are wanted. 523 wanted to enter the trades where 1,505 are required. 25 wanted forestry work, which needs no new young manpower. WARNING ORDER Bernard E. Yocom is warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawb?. District of Mississippi County. Arkansas within thirty (301 days from this date to answer a complaint filed against him in said court by Frances Louise Yocom. Dated this 23rd nay of August, 1945. HARVEY MORRIS, Chancery Court Clerk By Betty Ball, Deputy Marcus Evrad, attorney for plain- lift. 824-31-917-14 in Russian transport planes. The Russians asked dollars, no Czech crowns or Soviet rubles. 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