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FRIDAY, MAHC11 8, 194C -<* m Delivers Baby Aboard Tanker Navy Pharmacist Mate Follows Directions Given Over Radio BY JACK B. EVANS United Press Staff Correspondent SEATTLE. Mai. 8. lUl'i—A nervous and bewildered'Navy phama- cist mate delivered his first bnuy at 11:25 p.m. (PST) last night aboard a storm-tossed tanker 1,200 miles nt sea on radioed Instructions from a medical officer aboard a coast guard cutler racing lo aid him. Tlie baby, a bouncing seven pound, four-ounce girl, W8 a delivered by pharmacist mate Jerrv Bradbury, Cleburne, Tex., aboard* the USS. Puente. Hills. ' ' Coast su«rd officials at, Seattle reported mother and daughter-! and Bradbury—were doing fine Bradbury was the only person .'board the Pncnle Hills with sufficient medical knowledge to assist the woman passenger who retired to her bunk late yesterday nftcnmon suffering labor pains at 10-niinute inlervals. Th e Culler Haida was expected lo rendezvous with the Puente Hills at about '6 a.m. (PST, today, coast guard officials .sairi, a iirt lite medical officer aboard would make thorough examination of Ihc man. • Dr. yrthur G. Elvin, a Seattle obstetrician, had estimated that the child would be born sometime between 6 a.m. and noon today, adding, -.however,- that "fear and complication aboard the tossing /Xanker result in a premature birth.' P "If the coast guard ship reached i (he Puente Hills at (i a.m., the doctor may just pel there in time to deliver," he said. "However, tin; phamachist's mate should be able to deliver satisfactorily barring complications and factors of which we da not know." a wo- BLYTHEVILLE.COUIUKR NEWS New Circus Queen Makes Babe, The Elephant, Earn Her Salt Orleans, Defend Hoover From Red Press American Communist Criticism Assailed By His Associates K.v I.VI.K V. «II. SON WASHINGTON. March «. (UP)— Former 1'resUU-iit Herbert Hoover's associates today ridicrtk'd an American Communist »tleni|>l lo smeiir him In connection wllli Ills forthcoming survey ol Ein-opciui fowl conditions. The Anicrlcnn Communist press his bitterly crltlclml Hoover for nllcnortly iilayliiK polillcs with relief fowl urtcr World War I mul for pvouosliiB (hnl children behind Hitler's lines lx- fed In World Wur It. The Dally Worker, Communist newa- l>npcr, consistently expresses fear lhal Hoover's proposed food survey will lend to pressure on Hu.s.si:ui- ilomlnntcd eastern Ktiroiw to swing away from Moscow. Hoover's associates here express .'imnxemcnt jit what they regard as I "this nithcr shnbuy uttemplcd smear," They recall Hoover fowl relief accomplishments In the Soviet Union ilvirliiB the famine 1 period of isaa-a.-i. Hoover will arrive here tomorrow Soviet Warning In Manchuria Aimed At U. S. IKilltor's iputr: Folltwlnjr is ''"• fir-it dlstulch rwrivrd from Kr-ynoMs l-arkurd, vrlfr.n Unlt- fil Hi-ess Portion Cormpondrnt, l '«m Chaiijchun. capital or Man- i-liurU. Packard h«» bren rc- l"wlli>(t itrlivlltai nt Hie "'•'«)• in Muidtu and I extra shouvU-ful uf s;ill i s (lie reward "Ifcilit-" nill receive tar helping lirgjiic Hoijarl, lrvinj;loii, N. .1., Yvonne Curcwr, New York, Charlotte liell, Uallas. Tex., ami Belhi Allan!!, Ne»Id I to rich! for conferences preliminary to his eclors had deducted their share, j departure for Europe by nlr now U was the biggest season In clr- scheduled " ens history, and the show's hard- foiled executives are convinced '4C will be even bigger. With this (n mind, the circus Is expanding — (here will \K more .spangles, more glitter, n bijsecr big lop with more seats. Even Gargan- The woman passenger was identified but coast guard officials satci sh e may be a Russian stewardess rescued from the Russian tanker Donbass which broke in half in a North Pacific storm a few days ago. The Puente Hills is towing the after section of the Don- bass inlo Seattle and has several surviving crew members aboard. Thc coast guard radio station at Westport, Wash., picked up thc tanker's first urgent radio request for instruction at 3:15 p.m. yesterday. The tanker's skipper capt. Wiliard Campbell, on San Francisco and Miami, Fla., used the distress frequency to transmit the message. Tlie message 'said: "Any ship wilh a doctor equipped for baby delivery in vicinity of 47-42 west, course 090, speed 4 knots please Indicate as labor pains are every ten minutes. .Have pimnmcist mate aboard." Tlie Haidsi, 300 miles away, immediately changed her course and headed for Hie Puente Hills which /is making only four knots through P high waves dragging tlie Dobass * astern. Comdr. R. A. Sarrillc, district medical officer for thc coast guard, radioed instructions to Bradbury. He told him to sterilize all instruments aboard the ship.- including a shoe lace or string for tying the umbilical cord, and to prepare nml wash thc prospective mother. Tlie Puente Hills, a (i,300-lon war-time built Navy tanker, is en- route from Okinawa, scheduled to arrive here next Wednesday. She docs not normally earry passengers since her cabin accommodations Br c crowded to the after section and generally provide sufficient and crew*. By J. I.. MlLl.Kli NKA Special Correspondent SAKASOTA, Fla., March 5. (NBA) —Docs Madame have difficulty in getting out of a low-slung car without ioss of dignity? Then, sister, you ought to try mounting an elephant 1 Here aniid palm trees and balmy Florida air—which still may be breathed without additional charge even by thc common tourisU—a group of would-be circus queens are striving to master the art of swinging gracefully to tlie head of ji performing pachyderm. Most of these lassies are cx- chorus girls, and a few have been in burlesque. Hut it's a safe bet un- they never before exhibited so many—cr charms to the public eye as upon thc occasions of their first few scrambles to jumbo's top. largely ' This learning session responsible for the popularity of the elephant barns at circus quarters here where Ringllni; Brothers mid Barmim & Bailey are prepping for the 191G season. The sight of a well-turned leg is always an attraction, although some merely fe'o to watch the elephant blush. Across the way in a menagerie barn a Siberian wolf has howled himself hoarse. BIG YEAR FOU CIHCUS A respectable middle-aged lady Armorcl Club Meets A meeting of the Armorcl 4-H Club was held Monday, March •!, with Gerald Cassidy presiding. Tlie group sang "Gort Bless America," which was led by Joan Tan- kerslcy, song captain. Reports where given by the following group captains: Ray douse, pig captain; Don Stewart, corn - cap!?in:. 'Bcltye Dyer, gardening and canning captain; Buelah Mac Nunnery, clothing 1 contain; Bobby Vinsoti, poultry captain; and Sue Cassidy,- cookery captain. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration in making continuous bias folds and William O. Hazetbaker, assistant county agent, gave a demonstration in a simple method of testing germination of cotton seed. Read Courier News Want Ads. show's press for superla- tua has grown. Tlie agents arc se'arching lives. EXPECT !>.000,000 From last year's golden return, the show earmarked $280,000 for a new opening spectacle lo replace thc wartime "Alice in Clrcusland" number. Nature of thc new "spec" Is still n top secret and It would be easier lo walk into thc U. S. mint with mi empty suitcase than to get into the costume department where its properties are beins designed. Ringling Brothers and Banium & Bailey expect to play to nearly 5 000,000 Americans this year in its six weeks in New York's Madison Square Garden and 300 undcr-can- vns performances. The new big top now under construction here will be 540 feel long, 240 feet wide, and will seat 11,500 persons. Heavy nieproof- ed canvas Is being vised, and all sen Is are of steel. The show is taking no chances of a recurrence of the Hartford disaster, which in addition to its heavy monetary loss also sent several highly essential executives lo jail. for March 15. That Is less than n week away but bolh Agriculture and State Department spokesmen said Hoover's itinerary has not been fixed. The question whether he will visit Russian-dominated eastern Europe remains lo be answered. American Communists FAGETHU* :*"& BY KKYNODS r>ACKAKI> Hilled I'rrxs S(»ff Correspondent CHANGCHUN, Mar. s. (Uf'J- unnn|icnclmble sources disclosed ««lny that- Marshal liodion Maliu- <»vsi;y. soviet commander In ehU'l n Manclunin. recently warned Ihc united stales that Hii.sstn will not «llow any Inlcrfcrcnce with "Hus- Kl '"> friendship in china" or with Hie help he silid Husslu was giving <"e Chlne.sc In Mnnchurln. Mallnovsky spoke ,,l K H«l Army IM.V banquet before high soviet "rid Chinese officers and notables. I He .speed! hlthei to has not been published. It was learned authoritatively Hun. Mulinovsky snld in part: "Chiim and Russia arc real friends. We don't wnnl liny other country to harm this friendship, e s- peclully those people wearing white gloves and carrying gold In Ihelr pockets. If anybody puts out a hand to Interfere, we will cut It o». "T1« Rus-iUns have com* here UManchuiU) not for money or blinking Interests, but because of Ideals and friendship. "Russia helped China fl«ht In the war while others only came In Inter when ihelr own Interests became Involved." Several infoimunls reported that Mallnovisky. when he referred to cutting off th c hmid, made « chop. Ping'motion with hl s • rltthl arm. The general content of Mnlovsky's speech wax confirmed by six different quarters. Ho spoke In Kus- sln ami an Interpreter mi u translation in Chinese. All newspapers In Changchun, Including ihose In Chinese, are under IMsstau control. Thoy dirt not print the siweoh. Th c speech preceded by u few days « press hlitlemmt In which Malinovsky s ,ilcl tho He<l Army would «llh(lr«w from Mamtlmrln probably sooner and certainly not lnler than Ihc withdrawal or U. S. Marines from China. Thc icroup O t one lirlllsli and 'lehl Anlcrli'iiii correspondent;! who invc been In Changchun more Ihmi i week have been unable to see Mallnovsky. The soviet command- int in chnngclmn, MaJ. Ceil. Pod or Knrlov, Mild Mnllnovsxy vena 'loo busy" or "out ol town." Agent Demonstrates Ttrt recognition apparently doubt his welcome there. The Dully Worker. Communist party organ published In New York. brieflly reported President Truman's selection of Hoover to visit Europe, and added: "No enthusiasm has yet Wen 1 voiced abroad for thc Hoover ijils- slon. Although food needs are acute, Europeans recall how Iho selective giving of food was used to bludgeon progressive forces nfter tho lust war. They fear that the weapon of food — like loans — will be used ngnliist democratic governments." Hoover's associates ridicule these suspicions. They |x>lnt. out that so far thc adverse criticism of the Hoover mission has been limited to American Communists and that Moscow has not been heard from It Is understood, also, that the Polish government has Indicated a desire that the Hoover mission visit that country. American Communists were challenged here on Ihelr charges that Hoover aided "reactionary regimes" in Europe after World 'war I by the manner -,n witch relief food to Hoover in guileful ol Ids sevvicc. "As Hoover pointed out In a recent press conference, relief from itiirvntlon Is tin obligation which knows no barriers of race, creed vM- Polities, it might be worthwhile for lie Dally Worker lo explore the ac- tunl relief record utter World Win- I mirier Hoover's leadership in such completely Communist regimes as (hat of Bcl» Kiln In Hungary. That nation was sm'ed by Ihc ctforls of Hoover's organization from stnrv.i- t'on and In spile of protests of le-u liberal-minded Europcnn lenders of thi.t time. "It may be significant thai the rather shabby attempt, to smuir Hoover comes from ihe Dally Wo.'k- er by way of Washington and nut from Moscow where, obviously Ihe Mithorltlcs are thoroughly mlndfi'l of Hoover's tremendous relief efforts In 1922-M. "These t!:nes are fru- too sadl\ confused and thc situation fur too ominous for any such l))-lemp«>>( mid even more Ill-informed Journil- Islic distortions." elephant named Babe probably suffers more from these sessions than,-- ~ .,...,. , anyone else. Babe has teen kicked Emphasis this year will be largely WBS (llstr1bnt!1 "n the teeth, had her ears pulled °» aerial acts. The end of thc war ,, reporter in question," and her lovely four-inch eye lashes''» Europe has made it possible again yanked out by. handfuls us hour • lo import, talent from the contl- aftcr hour neophytes clamber up | nenl and Ringling her trunk by the dozen to pose insecurely upon her broad head. It's no fun for the girls either at first. "I feel as though I'd just done a week's washing," a shapely redhead said as she came, perspiration-drenched, from her first two horns with Babe. Babe's complcx- . it was suggested to the United Press, "might with profit read H. H. Klsh- er's 'Fomlne 'In Soviet Russia' for dollars effcc , , *•"•"•"<= »" auviei nussia- lor cream fmn, "«»™»«on of the appalling dlsas- ion is more sandpaper than sntin! houses of Pnrllnmcnt. And tlie nrc and Ihc rallicnd had skinned both j war 60-girl aerial ballet is back ' transport all this, the circus nation bv —ste'r- rollerckatiiig nroiind the X-nccs on the way clown. However, there are also remunerations. Babe gels an extra shovel full of sail, and the girls this season are dragging down from $90 to $150 per week, which would not te peanuts even to Babe. From this it may be gathered (lie circus is in thc chips again. There was a lime when—staggering under the $3,000,000 burden of the Hartford fire victims' claims plus acute internal dissension among ninglJng factions —it looked as though the big top might fold. But no more. Tlie big show came back from thc road last fall with a $8,000,000 gross —even after Uncle Sam's tax To has added 20 more railroad ears bringing Us total rolling stock up to 100 cars. Small boys from coast, to coast will have no difficulty spot- ling them. Tliey are painted bri K li(. red. Gift for Music Study ST. LOUIS, Mo. (U.P.1—The establishment of a Department of Music at Washington University has been made possible by Hie do- by Miss Avis nation of $160000 Blewett. 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