Miami News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma on July 17, 1956 · Page 5
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Miami News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma · Page 5

Miami, Oklahoma
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Tuesday, July 17, 1956
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^TUESDAY, JULY 17. 1956 Local Ntwi Brief* Mr. and Mrs. George V. Stein and children of Lawton visltei W Sunday with the former's parents Mr, and Mrs. George J. Stein, r E street northwest. Miss Sara Jean Jones of Area dia, III., visited overnight Monday with Mrs. Elizabeth Russell, 4)6 E street northwest. Miss Jones was cnroute to visit a friend in Davis, Okla., before 'going to Boulder, Colo., where she will at tend the University of Colorado — for five weeks. '" House guests in the home of Dr, and Mrs. Lewis E, Maples, 202 A street southwest, arc the former's brother, Gordon S. Maples, Mrs. Vapics and daughter, Sandra, ol Dallas, Tex. Miss Marilyn Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Wilson, 202 G street northwest, is spending the week in Dwlght,.0kla., where she Is a counselor of a junior g, group at a summer camp at the Presbyterian Mission. Mrs. A. C. Vandeventer, 929 G street northwest, and Mrs. John McVay, llOs L street northwest, have returned to their homes here, having been called to Eldorado, Ark., by the death of their brother. Frank Gaston. Mrs. Velma Nieberding, 501 1 street southeast, attended a meet- Ing of the Tulsa Pen Women's % club Saturday in the home of Mrs. Gretchen Haralscn, Garden Club editor of the Tulsa Tribune. "Research" was the subject of the discussion. Mrs. Nieberding remained a house guest of Mrs. Orpha Russell through Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Headlee and sons, Buddy and Michael, have returned to their home in Dotyville following a 10-day sight-seeing tour of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mis£ sissippi and Texas. W. E. Pilgrim of PIcher entered (he Freeman hospital in Joplin this Auxiliary Plans Picnic, Outlines Year's Projects Mrs. Tommy Epps, president of the Auxiliary of Moore-McCoy post No. 2688 of Veterans of Foreign War«, presided *t Monday night's meeting hefd at the VFW hall. The annual family pienic was discussed which will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 30 at Rlv- crvlew park. All members of the >ost and auxiliary arc invited and he families will be guests. Mrs. G. W. Woody outlined pro- iecls which will be carried out his year. Fifteen members were present. ¥1AMJJ)AILY NEWS^RECO^D, MIAMI, OKLA. CALENDAR of Coming Events Rebekahs Members of the Miami Rebekah odge No. 25 are urged to attend meeting at 8 o'clock tonight at !"i IOOF hall. Plans will be com- ileted for the restrict meeting f Rebekah lodges which will be eld on Tuesday evening, July 24, 1 Miami, with Mrs. Agnes Oard, ikmulgeo, Assembly president, as special guest. * * * B&PW Club The Miami Business & Profes- ional Women's club will hold a inner meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wed- esday at Ben Stanley's cabin, eservations are to be made by ailing Kathleen Hamilton, 2-5588. PAGE FIVE Lei Your Friends Know; Woee Call To Society Cditor Have you been somewhere , . going somewhere ... or en (ertaining guests? ft so, your friend* arc Interested in the who-what-where of your experience. The Newt-Record society page Is the place to let them know. News Item* for this page should be submitted—In person or by telephone—by 4 p.m. the day preceding publication. The telephone number Is RI2-S507. Of course, there Is no charge for publishing news. Don't forget the telephone number—KI2-5507—or the deadline^! o'clock the day before. QUEENS—Contestants for queen of a v In Los Angeles hold SL-WS just as If they T,.,I«.U » em : ^ Cft lo rlght: J °y cc WinHeld, Judy •- Judl .to Berry, Audrey Lowell and Pat Malloy. L'Aitttlc Club Members of the L'Aitltle club morning where he will undergo major surgery on Thursday. He was accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Tommy Epps, 919 Fifth avenue northwest, and Mrs. Jewell Sullars, 19 H street northeast. TV ACTOR SUCCUMBS HOLLRWOOD i.fl — Television eclor William Stanley Blystone ' collapsed on a street corner and was dead on arrival yesterday at Hollywood Receiving Hospital. He was 61. Blystone had appeared in a recent Wyatt Earp series of films. Dial 2-5507 for Want Ad Taker MOVING? see as today... ... for a "Wife-Approved" Move by North American Van Unas. World-wide »ervice. Dial Kl 2-8438 McBride Transfer & Storage 1024 Ecit C.nlral Aulhomtd Agent* for... will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the home of Mrs. Walter Newman, 32 G street northeast. # * * • DcMolays De.Molays are requested to meet in front of the First Christian church at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The meeting this week will be in the form of a dance on the Cherokee Queen at Langley. * * * Royal Neighbors Mrs. Kate Doty and Mrs. Nellie Shearer, 711 I street northwest, will 'share hostess duties at a meeting of the Royal Neighbors Social club at 7:30 p.m. Friday. 42 Dead in Japanese Flood; Many Missing TOKYO UrV-Floods fed by torrential summer rains spread death Japan today. Police said 42 per- and destruction over western sons were known dead, 23 missing and presumed dead, and 23 seriously injured. More than 100 homes were washed away, more than 18,000 j flooded, and 22,000 acres of crops were affected and no Americans were reported injured. The heavy rains also hit South torea, bringing flaah floods in the Seoul area and pushing rivers in other sections to danger levels, "ive persons were kHIed, another was missing' and seven were in- "ured. were destroyed. No American military posts Any maple sugar in the house? Shave it over the morning oatmeal. Small fry will go for this combination. Envoy's Illness Traced to Paint Arsenic in Room NEW YORK WV-Deadly arsenic dust sifting down from the paint on her bedroom ceiling In Rome reportedly caused the long series of 'illnesses that have plagued Clare Boothe Luce, U.S. ambassador to Italy. The reason for the strange sickness was kept secret for more than a year. Last night Time magazine disclosed the whole bizarre tale after friends told Mrs. Luce they had heard snatches of the story. The envoy's husband, Henry R. Luce is editor in chief of the magazine Mrs. Luce, former playwright and Republican congresswoman from Connecticut, was namcc ambassador to Rome in 1953. On her arrival she moved into the 17th century Villa Taverna, officia residence of U.S. ambassadors. Then for 20 months tiny specks of the poisonous arsenic fell un suspected from the paint on the ornate bedroom ceiling. The ar senic powdered her breakfast" coffee. In summer the paint gave of arsenous fumes, which she in haled. The magazine's story continued: After a year's residence Mrs Luce began feeling tired and ill Nervousness and nausea followed She' found one night she coulc hardly manage to waltz at an arl festival because her right foot turned numb. In the summer of 1954 she came home for a thordugh medicai checkup in a New York hospital Doctors said she was suffering from serious anemia and nervous fatigue. After two months she felt better and returned to Rome. The symptoms soon returned, however, and became ever more distressing. She began to lose hair by the brushful. Her fingernails became encd. She was brittle. Her teeth loos- Judy Garland Is Big Hit in Debut On Vegas Stage LAS VEGAS, Nev. W) - Judy Garland started a new phase In her long and sometimes stormy career last night with a triumphant night club debut at a salary that may set a record. The paycheck for the former Frances Gumm of vaudeville has been reported at $55,000 weekly for the four-week date at the New Frontier. Hotel officials were tightlipped as British diplomats. But first nightcrs seemed to agree that whatever the bill it was worth It. Judy was smash. She had the hep audience enthralled from the moment she walked on stage to sing, "Let's Have a Party," until the curtain closed on her amid 12 floral displays. "For the first time in my life I wasn't riervous before the show," Judy said afterward at a champagne reception. ."I decided to heck with getting the shakes this time." Judy sang 15 songs in her lusty, tremulous voice. She kidded with the 700 diners— at $25 a couple. And at one point she paused to have the conductor fix a clip in her hair. "I loved it," she enthused afterward. "It's so much nicer to see people around tables enjoying themselves rather than sitting stiffly in theater seats." She said she plans to take the show, which was produced by her husband Sid Luft, to the Palace in New York and to London, possibly at the Colisseum. AFTON MRS. GEORGE KERR Corrtipondent Priori* Alpln* 7-4517 Agencies Gef Behind Oklahoma Magazine OKLAHOMA CITY WI - The state's new magazine, "Oklahoma Today" drew an assist today from three state agencies. The Game and Fish Department, the Highway Department, and the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Todd anc granddaughters, Rose Mary anc Virginia Todd, of Westpoint, Miss. arrived Friday for a two-weeks visit with Mrs. Todd's sister, Mrs E.'W. Vanwlnkle. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Knight vis ited Friday in Miami with Mr and Mrs. Edwin Riddle and Mr and Mrs. Edward Gill an family Mr. and Mrs. George Kerr were aupper guests Saturday night o Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lamb, Don nie and Jeannie of Vinita. Mrs. E. W. Vanwlnkle, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Todd and granddaugh ters visited Saturday in Tulsa with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bandy anr. family. Mrs. Vanwinkle remainec for a few days' visit while the others went to\ Oklahoma City, They all returned home Monday. Rebckahs Entertain The Afton Rebekah lodge held a reception Thursday night in honor of Mrs. W. A. Neal. A decorated cake and a pin was presented her in honor of her 15th year as a Rebekah. Mrs. Sadie Browning also was presented a Past Noble Grand pin and a gift. Refresh ments were served to Mrs. Min nie Lynch, Mrs. Elva Dugan, Mrs. Genevieve Harrison, Mrs. Letha Kerr, Mrs. Browning and Mrs Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gill of Miami visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Story and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Emanuel of Tulsa visited last week with Mr and Mrs. Art Wheeler. Those from Afton enjoying a swim in the Miami pool Sunday were Mrs. Larry Hubbard, Mrs Johnny Boyd, MJss Faythe Knight Perry and Joyce Knight and Patsy Carman. Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Woolman were in Vinita Saturday on business. FEMALE BRAINS ARE NEEDED Field of Research Wide Open for Women Today NEW By HAL BOYLE YORK MV-Women mak up nearly a third of the nation' working force, but only 1 out o 20 scientific workers is a woman One of America's top industria scientists said tod^y the field c research Is wide open for womc —and that thousands are urgent!; needed. The pay range is from $i 500 a year to $12,000 or more, de pending on ability. "If we want to continue to be .he scientific leader of the world ive are going to have to increas he size of our tcchnologica orce," explained Dr. A. B. Kin zel. "Women arc a factor and w can't overlook them. "Industrial research right now ould use 5.00IJ to 10,000 women 'car — and more in the future. Dr. Kinzel, at 56 the holder o more than 40 patents, \s vice pros dent in charge of research for In ;!ant Union Carbide & Carbon kirp. He supervises 23 laborato ies. "We have 6.10 ranking scientist engaged in basic research, o whom only 23 are women," he ontinued. "But we'd like more f we could find them, our firm lone could make room within /car or two for 500 young women with B. S. or Ph. D. degrees.' Dr. Kinzel is a stuot believe hat women are just as brainy a; men, and says the reason Ameri a has produced so few outstand ng women scientists is simply be ause so few entered the field. But more are now. Only 183 vomen were engaged in chemlca esearch in 1941. Now there are ibout 1,000. "When it comes to science," saic )r. Kinzel, "women may seem a tit more emotional and let-; ob- ective than men. But they arc iso more intiutive and less in .ith their father, Edward Gill and VIrs. Gill. Mrs. Charles Bench visited Fri ay in Miami with Mr. and Mrs ames Blythe and family. The Worthwhile HD club family picnic has been postponed unti uly 31. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Feemster Jimmy Don and Judy of Oklahoma "ity have arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, who l accompany them Tuesday to Branson, Mo., for a few days o: recreation. Wedding Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Plew o. Veosho announce the engagcmen and approaching wedding of their son, William Plew, to Joe Ann mith, also of Neosho. The wed ding will take place July 28 a he Cave Springs Baptist phurch n Neosho. William is the grand :on of Mrs. W. A. Neal, and a ormer resident of Afton. Skin Not Pretty? hibited In their thinking. 'In invention this Is a great iclp. Inhibition of thought is a real block to inventiveness. "Intelligent women are less likely than men to take It for granted hat a thing can't be done. They are more likely, therefore, to come up with a fresh approach to problem." A girl with a Ph. D. degree today can get $600 a month In research .twice the salary of a secretary. But Dr. Kinzel pointed out she also works In surroundings more pleasant than those In an average business office — and has more opportunity to meet and marry a man of her own profes- ional and cultural class. A lot of icr male coworkcrs in the test ubc and bunsen burner set are jachelors. "Scientific work is no deterrent o romance," said Dr. Kinzel emphatically. "And marriages be- ween two people Interested in sci- e^ seem to work out better on he average than between people who don't share a similar inter- st. "Nor does marriage need to terminate a woman's career. She can eturn to her job. ff she's a good cientlst, she can also at the same ime be a good housewife and mother. "There is no basic conflict. In act there is less conflict, because n true science you don't work un- ler a time pressure. No boss is landing over you demanding an mmediate result." Dr. Kinzel feels that in addition o the high pay, scientific work is ttractlve to women because it is >eculiarly rewarding in terms of feeling of service and personal chievement. What about it, girls? Science elped free modern women from rudgery. How about the ladies itching in now and helping free science? Company Is Observing Its 38th Anniversary Carl Bailey, manager of the Miami Oklahoma Tire & Supply Co. store, disclosed today the store is taking part In OTASCO's 38th anniversary celebration, joining 67 company stores and 157 associates in the four-state area of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. Three brothers, Maurice, Herman and Sam Sanditen, opened the first OTASCO store in 1918 in Okmulgee. Bailey, Bob Hightower and Luther Kcrby of the local store, attended the company's fall mer- c' : andisc conference in Tulsa last week. Cut wells out of English muffins; butter the cut surfaces and toast the muffins in a hot oven. Fill the wells with scrambled eggs mixed with diced ham. Quality Pays Convenient Credit Terms MISON Jewelry Company 40 N. Main OUR GREATEST IN 19 YEARS! Mircelle-llyno-Allenrtnlr Cotmittln lh« Kind Doctors Often Prescribe Prescription Shop Tommy and Judy Gill visited several days last week in Miami S South Mciit FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY Department of Commerce and In dustry each kicked in $10,000 to WORK OXFORDS Si»i Ijy, 'and 13, $10.95 assure publication of the periodi- more -and more, cal for the next six months. Late in 1954 she went to a U.S. $10.95 Float-Away Oxfordi, now Navy hospital in Naples. The di- meeting today with Gov. Raymond agnosis: arsenic poisoning. Mrs. .Luce realized at once she Ace Glass Co. Dial Kl 2-5705 a ticklish situation. Carselowey's cate diplomatic relations might be revenue will be sought for future jeopardized if the news were made financing of the magazine. OPEN _ t •,m, to > p.m. Sundu ( m.m. to 12 ilO p.n _ IMU t ..«.*. T p... Did 2-332i week the poison was WOT HEALTH SHOP was quickly repainted with non • STORE FRONTS traced to the arsenatc of lead in eaded paint, eliminating the dan MARTHA WAYNi TH'OL'BOVU BE TICKLED PINK T'HAVE A BASEBALL CELEBRITY LIKE ME UNDER HIS HOOP.' V AND THEY SHOWED IIS HOW aawmswe is MADE AMD WHWMCUy AND/6CT BACK TOPACTS- UH...YOUV BETTER WAIT H-HERE...rLL HAVE TO T-WLKWWMMPSflRSr 6RAMP8.*HFSUTTEKLV CUTE AW ADORABLE ANDGNEBTfANOHE TUB ME MBS A 6MAT PITCHER." NplCAfie 6RAMPS~ MNtMto HIM AWAY.' VMIU NECO A PLACE K> snw WHILE votme HERE ID PITCH POP, THE HOME TEAMf MAVM6HAMP6 WILL LET VDU STAY t WITH US. BALLPLAYER, EH, JAOWil IMMtPWID DOIT KNOW WHATMOl/ HISSED. KirCHEV FAUCET AND- HICKUI AND HIS nilNDI fMOTMEtfS . PHONE.SHARON/ HtR t'U. LATE*, SAYS wsb KOKT OP D THE! ever. JA^*A» He*. ONLY IA*T VO; KIM X NO DOUBT NOODNIK,\ AT ALL/.' IS WIU.IN' L WHUT GA'U T'TAKE 'NWOUUDN'T TINY YOKUVI 1 &E PROUD FO'YQRE. ,/ T'MAKfW LAWFUL WEDP&D HUSBHNO DOO&T/;' , THEN,BEFO'AH P«Q- Y-YAS'M.'-V' NOUNCES 'EM MAN AN' ERL IT WAS MARRYIKT SAM'S • 3.5.00 MONACO SPECIAL?.' YOKUM,TAKE KIM NOOPNIK'FO'YQRE. LAWFUL WEDDED /CODE O'TH' HIU-S," SON.',' THIS WAS TH GREATE-3T WEDDIN'AH KVAH SEEN? WIFE,DOES ANYONE KNOW ANY REASON WHY THIS MARRIAGE BE COMMITTED? POC...Q0PB NOT HIM-JHE'S NOT RAP ON W6 HEAP, . " KNOW-.ME'SJWHOS

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