The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 23, 1950
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1050 McClellan Talks With President Senator Says Near Agreement Reached On Reorganization WASHINGTON, May 23. (AP) — Senator McCleilan (D-Ark) lold reporters after a White House visit yesterday that he and President Truman "aren't far apart" on most of the proposed governmental reorganization programs. McClellnn was invited to the White House this morning for a discussion with the President, several of whose reorganization proposals were killed last week in the Senate. McCiellan is chairman of the Senate committee which considers such programs. Agree on Objectives The senator told a reporter that he and Mr. Truman "are agreed on the general objectives of rcorganiz- atfon" mid that "we are not so far apart on most of the programs." He said that he believes "the conference holds a promise of favorable results." McClellan spoke In the Senate last Wednesday in opposition to the President's plan to reorganize the Interstate Commerce Commisbion, saying: Reorganization \Vanted "Let us serve notice that tliisj body wants reorganization for economy and efficiency and not for the purpose of permitting the executive branch to grab more and more power, particularly with respect to regulatory bodies which ire actually servants of the Congress itself." He also suggested to the Senate that the President "send plans which in some measure conform to the Hoover recommendations." McCleMan was a member of the Hoover Commission and Is chairman of the Senate expenditures commiUee-wnich handles the reorganization proposals. The day after McClellan's address the President told his news conference that there is no truth to reports that a "power grab" !s Involved in his proposals. BABY'S FLIGHT—The drop of "bouncing Monty" Higle, age 21 months, of Cincinnati, O., is traced in this picture-diagram. Monty was in his crib near the open, third floor window of his home when ho slipped over the side of the crib and out the window, barely missing a downstairs occupant ol the home. Cupboard shelves painted with enamel are easy to clean and often require no shelf paper. Our Telephone Numlier 4438 Shelton Motor Co. 0£MXf FOK f950 $ • Full-Width'Freeier Chast • New Ice-Btutt interior trim • New full-length door • New Super-Storage design • New all-porcelain, twin, stack-up Hydrators • New Chill Drawer • Sliding Basket-Drawer for eggs, small items • All-aluminum shelves « New split shelf • Adjustable sliding shelf » All-porcelain Mulli-Purpose Tray * Exclusive Quitkube Tray* * Famous Meter-Miser mechanism Wherever you live—whatever the size of your family, kilchen or ' budget—be sure to see the new Frigidaire Refrigerators for 1950. See the complete line of sizes from 4 lo 17 cu. ft.—see oil the reasons why your No. 1 choice is America's No. 1 Refrigerator, FRIGIDAIRE! Come In! Get the facts about all the new Frigidaire models for 1 950 I Adams Appliance Co v inc. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 20G-208 W. Main.. .SALES & SERVICE.. .T'ltonc 2071 Salesmen: George Ford, M. n. Hooper, Eric WhiUey, Troy Myrick, Dale Carter (.Manila), Earl Hudson (Leachvillc). Ynimjtstown Kitchens. H.C.A. & Xcniili Kailios & Television, Maytag, Duo Therm. 'Mother' of World War 1 Fly Boys Rests In Hospital After Accident BALTIMORE, May v 23. (/P) —1 Thousands of fliers will be happy to| hear that "Mother Tusch" is resting i comfortably at Johns Hopkins Hos-] pital. She lies paralyzed. She can't move her right side. She can't speak. She has a broken rib. Another Is cracked. There's something wrong with her back. All of tills Is bad, for widowed Mary Tusch is Ti now. Mnybc you've heard ol Mother Tusch of Berkeley, Calif. Back during World War I she and her husband started having homesick young aviators come In for dinner. "Nothing wrong with them " said Mother Tusch, "that n. mother and a bowl of soup can't cure " Fly Hoys Were Cadets At first the lonesome fly boys were cadets from the aviation school set up at the University of California during World War I. They never lorgot Mother Tusch and made pilgrimages to the Berkeley cottage ever time they could. Sonic of them became famous Down through the years the cottage became a gathering place. They started signing meir names on the walls—such names as Henry H. Arnold, Amelia Eavhart, Billy Mitchell, Charles A. Llndberp. Sir Hubert Wilklns, Kingsford Smith. Cap From Byrd They gave Mother Tusch tokens of their feats. There's the propeller from the seaplane in which Glenn L. Martin made the first long over- water flight. A sealskin cap Admiral Richard E. Byrd wore over the North Pole. A picture of the young Navy pilot who radioed: "Sighted sub. Sank same." The filers practically turned the Tusch home into a museum of flight. It has been called "the largest and finest aviation collection anywhere." Mother Suffers Stroke Mother Tusch had a stroke last fail. A few weeks ago she fell, hence the bad ribs and the spine Injury. She was brought to Johns Hopkins last Tuesday. The doctors arc trying to see If they can do anything to speed her recovery. Some of her wallpaper and some of the other trophies in the Berkeley cottage made the trans-contin- ental trip about the same time. Late this week they go on exhibit at the National Air Museum, a division of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington. Even helicopters contribute to the makeup of New York city's commuting system. White Donors' Skin May Save III Negro Girl MEMPHIS. Temv, May 23. rVP}_ Patches of skin from five white donors may be grafted tomorrow to the burned body of a critically ||) Negro child in an effort to save her life. The skin Is being given in response to fl public appeal by a plastic surgeon, who asked anonymity, Scvcn-ycar-old Bennie Lee Bradley of Sledge, Miss., was burned a few days agn when her sweater caught fire from a wood stove. More than GO per cent of her body was severely burned. The surgeon told the Memphis Press-Scimitar she couldn't live more than a week unless skin was grafted. He hrtd not been able to obtain donors. The newspaper printed the appeal Saturday. Today the doctor said seven white You'll Love Our [^lowers! lilytheville FLOWER MART Memphis lllwaj Phone 6002 persons had volunteered (heir services through the eye, ear. nose and throat hospital. He needed five. He explained that the color of grafted skin docs not matter. "It will be used only ns a protective covering until the child heals sufficiently for skin ol her own to bo grafted from unaffected pails of iier body," he said. Petitions Propose Arkansas Change In Elected Terms LITTLE ROCK. May 23. 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