The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 21, 1953
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TWO Hollywood Moves in on Scout Jamboree; Boys Love It By OAKHER. DAVIDSON' JAMBOREE CITY, Calif. (AP) — This big Boy Scout Jamboree campsite Is beginning to look like a suburb of Hollywood. The stars are moving in and the boys love it. Dorothy Lamour and Jerry Colonna wowed them at a show yesterday in one of the campfire areas of this sprawling, 3,000- acre ranch. The cast for a big show in (he nns had their goat tied up in n * main outdoor arena tonight in- • Held at the jamboree somebody eludes Bob Hope, Jeff Chandler, painted on it with large white lot- Danny Kaye. Jane Powell, Debbie ! tors on botli sides, "Idaho," The Reynolds, Tim McCoy and Rory j Toxans claimed they didn't like Cfllhoun. 'this and vowed Ihry wouldn't eat For a matinee tomorrow (he ' nn - v Idaho jx. I a toes for the dura- scheduled entertainers include Wil-jl'on " f lilR Jnmboree, liam Holden. Mitxi Guvnor, .James j Jamboree on Film Stewart and Bob Williams. Miss Lamour made a big; hit wilh a hula dance and songs. After [fine, Wis., drum and bugle corps the show swarms of hoys followed I* 1 "'* drill squad. Arthur Gruhl, her, trying tc shake her hand- j scour execul'vp, of the Racine At one point the harassed act- ' •County Hoy Scout Council, snid he "Help! Help!—Girl rpc(1 ' vf ' tl a call from film executive Enterprising Scout in Chips ST. JOSEPH. Mo. M'J—When 15.,..„ , ypnr-nld Hnwiircl Abram.son Inft for The attention of Hollywood has ! tllG B °y Scout Jamboree In Callfor- it 'boon atlractcc! to the famed Ba- ! "'" he loo)t lhc family clotheslines with him. Also flakes. supply of soap Lasky Sr,, who saw the, FU- i cine group perform on a television j show emanating fro mthe jambor- ; c-r-. i Gruhl said is coining to •' the jamhoret 1 campsite lomoiTo v i,' to oat a camp meal with f Tex, The boys scrawled their '' v < " : " K l " '' u il Cil ' n '' "™ai *" n 'he mountain Inurnl is the offi- names on a piece of paper for a i lhe " oys I11KI wntch [hp R:i(; ' rK: clul stale flower of Connecticut, presentation card. They were Wil- • S( ' nu[f cor P ^iit^on a dcmonstra- — ress cried, Scouts!" Lamour Gets Goat After the performance five boys from the Corpus Christi. Tex., area presented her with a token of rheir appreciation, a black goat iv.;mtHl Tex. The boys scrawled their ni SnrrrmsU-^ for California scouts. ham, Roz Taylor Jr., Gene Collins j Today nolr-rs George Murph and Ray Hili. There is a story behind the gentle black goat. While the beys from Texas were passing through Reno, Nev., on a side trip en rout.e to the jamboree, somebody scrawled on the aide of a special famboree train from Idaho: "Texas was here nnd gone." So the other night while the Tex- It paid dividends. Today his parents, Mr. and Mrs- William Abramson. reported he had called them, from California to tell them he was} operating a laundry at the Jamboree and doiiif? fine in a business way. "I've already made enough to pay! for this long distance call." he said. ' The mountain laurel is the offi- Tr/ESTTAT, JTTLT IT, UPS AND DOWNS OF PIGTAILS—Seems to have been a hair-raisins experience for nine-year- old Ins Laratla. left, of New Yort City, when she won the Children's Aid Society's contest for the ImiRcsl pigtails. She's gelling a congratulatory kiss from her brother, Louis. A contrast in the piRtall nr-ws is offered by 20-year-old Alice Penfield, of Bury, Sussex, Ens. While other muscular marvels lift barbells to show on" their strength, she demonstrates hers by attaching a 56-pound weight to tflch of her pigtails and raising her head. and Janice Stewart, with foil slntfs of Hollywood technician?] are completing the shooting of a hour-]om r color film of the jrur bnn i e. Prints will be supplied t ilic U. S. Suite Department over •icji.s information service for show inu in other nations as a demon Oration of "the American way life in action " More Floods In Store For Japan One case 01 polio has been re ported at the jamboree, but Or C. F. Nacgcle, deputy chief medl cal officer 01 the Jamboree, fiak the boy is doing excellently and .should recover withul. complica lions. The patient. Kirk Mathews 12. of Gallup, N. M., is In Ihe nearby Orange County Hospital Eleven oilier scouts in his troop have been given immunization shots of (V,\mma globulin. TOKYO (fl—-Swirling floodwatcrs j "This is one- case Is far below what receded slowly today from dcvi'.s- i normally would have been expect- tated Wakayama Province, but the i M | f or „ community the size of the weather bureau warned of more! jnmboree In this area ,al Ihe pres- floods on central Honshu, main ,. cnt timc o , „ , d D Japanese island. I NilnEOIe National police reported the toll < • at Wakayama. 200 miles southwest! Bo - vs KOlnjj to a mile of reserved of Tokyo, has reached 484 dead, : beach at nearby Hiintinffton Beach 1,194 injured and 2.224 mrsint,'. : today for ocean swimming includ- U. S. nnd .Japanese mercy teams ed boys from Colorado, New Jer- brought In food and supplies for.sey, Illinois, Michigan. Utah. Wy- thousands of refugees from the Hash floods that thundered down Wakayama's narrow mountain valleys from rain-swollen streams • oniing. New York, Indiana, Texas • and California. last weekend. Police tallied up this properly' toll: 4,104 houses washed away. Oolta Eai vek-rs on the trans-Siberian vy carry their own teakettles. 3,763 destroyed and I.tiSO dam;t{:tKl' I First ' rla?:s P^sseners are fur- Kyushu i.slnnd, Where a gveitt, ', "isl't-'d u'illi hot water, while others flood three weeks ago left 700 dead, j "''lain it at .special hot wiiter taps was hit again by new ruins torlny. • '''I Niiition slops. Mnny of the pas- About 15 were killed nnd 13 miss- :-'-fnnevs mnkc the 11-day journey ing. police reported. iwilh their own food supplies. Princess Dances Until 4 a.m. LONDON !.-Pl — Pretty Princess Jamboree Scout Sees (45) Stars Officer Held For Cruelty Lowered from her mast, Jerry Bill- iiws. 16. of Herlong, Calif-, squinted Margaret celebrated her return his eyes and scratched his head. » e a"""* ™' ia o -"»» '-«o'clock this morning. ; er and pointed to the field of stars. The occasion was a welcome' It's only got 45 stars," he yelled, home party given the 22-year-old i He was riant, as every leader who princess by the Marchioness of ' rushed to the scene and counted the JAMBOREE CITY, Salif. M>)-When| DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, Pla. (/PI— the bugle at Section 4 headquarters sherjr | Aubroy McDona i d of Walt , on piped Retreat and Old Glory was - - *Thoma» Bwlng of Ohio wa« th« first U. S. secretary of the Interior: appointed by President Zachary Taylor in 184K. First national dog show la ttw United Stales was held at Oll- morc's Gardens, New York City, on May 8, 1812. „,.,,„. , County said the town marshal here was arrested last night alter four ] teen-age boys te.stified he paid them 25 cents to kill a homeless dog. The sheriff said the maishal, John Donaldson, and the four youths were arrested on charges of Duffcrta and Avn at her tiny '• smrs'discovere'd. Tlirro were six rows \ cruclty to an animal - A " Iive were Knlghtsbriduo npartmcnt. j allernating with " iccausc there wasn't enough! stars, room inside for dancing, the mar-| chet Barlett cliionoss "borrowed" the flat roofs of a house and post office next to her apartment. Workmen erected two giant tents for dancing the refreshments. and FAMED FRIGATE—This pic- lure of the Constellation is a delail of a mural painted by Charles H. Patterson and presented lo the U. S. Naval Academy in memory of Rear Admiral Willard Brownson, The '.'cene shows the ship nl the uc- '' inning of Ihe engagement which resulted in the capture of the French frigate L'lnsur- gente off West Indies in 17D9. The princess, who had apparently shaken off a cold caught while she was in Africa, danced right through Ihe night and outstayed many of the guests. Missing was RAP Group Capt. Peter Townsend. who was transferred last Week to the British Embassy in Belgium. Many Britons think he was sent abroad because, reportedly, the princess wants to marry him. eight and seven! released in bonds of J1CO each. | The youths testified in affidavits, custodian of the I the sheriff said, that the marshal flag, told amazed scout leaders that! offered one of them 25 cents to kill the Santa Clara, Calif., council had used the flag at summer camp.s for years but no one ever had discovered it was shy three stars. Read Courier News Classified Ads. ' the stray dog. a part-shepherd female, and that the other three boys were asked by the youth to help him. j The statements said the dog was bludgeoned with an iron pipe. LET US KEEP YOUR CLOTHES WITH EXPERT CLEANING Our modern equipment . . . thorough, expert, care keeps your clothes sparkling fresh! Add an extra day a week (o your vacation! You'll be surprised to know how little it actually costs to let us do your family laundry. Call 4418 today! LAUNDRY - CLEANERS A new "soft' concrete for base- mcntless houses has almost Ihe resiliency of oak floors and about four times the nsulatng proper- tes of regular concrete. The material contains sand and vermlcti- lite, a spongy mineral of the mica family containing tiny air cells. Tile, linoleum, terraxy.o or carpe- laid directly on.jiie ting can be concrete. The SAFETY-TESTED SEAL means- A BETTER DEAL in a low-mileage top-quality USED CAR! The holiest value on the usnl car market is a ''Rocket" EiiftirieOlrlsntobilc! And now ... because the new 1953 "Rocket" Olilsmohile is HO tremendously popular . .. we've got a 1J1G selection wailing for yon. Every car that wenrs (lie famous Oldsmobile Safety-Tested Seal is an exceptional buy . . . checked five way* for safety and dependability. Engine^ liras^ bmkts^ steering igruftori . > i all are gone over carefully, thoroughly! 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