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SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB T Boy Scouts Are Packing Gear And Heading Out from Jamboree By GARBER DAVIDSON JAMBOREE CITY, Calif. (AP) — It won't be long before the rabbits, deer and shoe take back this 3,000 acres of ranch land, and the 1953 third National Boy Scout Jambore will live only in memory for the whopping army of boys who made it their camp for a week The great encarnpinent ol Ame lean youth and leaders — 45,0 strong—ended officially last nig with a final show in the outdo arena, Today the boys, laden wi their swapping souvenirs, are fa mng out in a mass exodus to the homes. ft will take four days to emp the encampment on this Southei California ranch near Newpo Beach. Today 688 buses were wor Ing to deliver boys to spec) trains leaving from the nearb points of East Los Angeles, Puen Santa Ana and Fullerton. Depa tures the first day were schedule to total 21,531, by special train and overland buses. There will b other dally departures throug Monday. Soon most of the traces of th gigantit tent city will be gone. Th Irvine Ranch Company again wi use Big Canyon for sheep grazing: It was a crowded week for th boys in 30,000 tents, and las night's show was a fitting windu] Roscoe Ates played the part of skeptical old timer for whom th Boy Scouts pioved their worth b demonstrating skills in variou fields, including burro packing canoe camping, Jamboree cam] Ing, first aid, disaster work an physical fitness drils. As a prologue there was a see o( covered wagons and horses an a narrator telling some of the his tory of thin old Spanish gran rancho. More than 8.000 scouts ap peared In the impressive pagean try. Dr. Arthur Schuck. chief scou executive, pslled on the scouts t continue living by the principle of brotherhood to all men, and the the throng of scouts and visitor sand "Auld Lang Syne" to end th Jamboree. One of the miracles of the Jam boree was the fact that most o the boys went swimming in group: of thousands in the ocean thre times or more during their staj and not a boy was lost. Scout officials said that for 8! percent of the boys it was thei. first time in an ocean. The 1-mile section or reserved beach wa spotted with crack lifeguards. One scout. Roger Swenson, 15. o Hayward, Wis , lost his life on the way to the Jamboree when he fel from a special train near Las Ve gas, Nev., JuJy 14 and was hit by a following train. He died later o] his injuries. Only one case of polio was re VEER'S AIDE — Christian A. Herter, Jr., son of Governor Herter of Massachusetts, has been named administrative assistant to Vice President Richard Nixon. Herter, a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, resigns to take the Washington job. ported among the boys attending the Jamboree. Kirk Mathews of Gallup, N. M., was removed to the Orange County General Hospital but his case Was described as mild and non-paralytic. He is now well . n the way to recovery, doctors said. There were 125 doctors in attendance on the Jamboree grounds. During the encampment 157 boy were taken to nearby Orange Com ty General Hospital and Coron Naval Hospital for ailments rang Ing from chicken pox, mumps an measles to six appendectomies. Although it was a National Jam boree, some 60 representnt.lv scouts from 23 foreign countrle attended as guests. HE'LL LOOK DOWN IN THE MOUTH—A whale of a surprise awaits this young fisherman when he awakes from his nap beside & lake in a Roman exhibition. Actually, the fearsome "fish" is an inflated rubber toy. placed there by practical jokers. AFL Strikers Picket Funeral CHICAGO (/P) — Striking AFL Cemetery Workers picketed the uneral of an AFL official this week. i strike leader said the dead man wouldn't have had it any other vay." When the hearse carrying the )ody of Thomas Percell, intema- ional representative of the APL Granite Cutters union, reached the ate of Queen of Heaven Cemetery, he union driver halted at the pick; line. Pall bearers can-led the casket in. i the cemetery. Miles Barry, secretary-treasurer ' the striking APL Cemetery Vorkers union, said, "Our pickets on't discriminate and that's the ay Tom would want it." Some 700 workers have struck gainst n Chicago area Catnolic emeteries in a wage dispute. Their ourly pay now ranges from $1.53 $1.70. Prisoners Get 'Re-education 7 TAIPEH, Formosa (IP) — Most of the 485 prisoners the Chinese Nationalists say were captured in commando raid last week on Red held Tungshan Island will be brought here soon for what was described yesterday as re-education. Meanwhile, 242 prisoners seized in other guerrilla raids on Communist territory arrived in Formosa from the Ta Chen Islands, northern anchor of Nationalist island bases off Formosa. Zhou En-loi To 3o to Moscow TAIPEH. Formosa m—The offi- al news agency of the Chinese Na- onalist Defense Ministry said yes- rday Red China's Premier Chou n-lai will lead a delegation to Mos- w soon for instructions on purg- g "Beria elements" of the Chinese ommunist party. The agency, which claims under- ound sources on the Red-held hina mainland, said the Commu- st rank and file there feels a rge is inevitable as a result of the eter and arrest in Moscow of La- enty P. Beria. former Soviet miner of internal affairs. Susan Hayward Plans Divorce HOLLYWOOD I/B — Susan Hayward and her husband, Jess Barker, have separated nncl she plans to file suit for a divorce. The S5,000-a-week actress has twice been nominated for Academy Oscar awards—in "With A Song In My Heart" and "Smashup." They have twin sons. Timothy and Gregory, 8. Married in 1944, they separated two days ago. Businessmen Are Optimistic Truce or Nor, They See Solid Year for All '53 By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK OT—Most Ousiness- men appear continent that business will be good for the rest of the year —with or without a Korean truce. Many have already adjusted their plans to the long hoped-for cease- fire. They know a truce will haev an effect on business—but say it will have much less effect now than it would have had two years ago when it was first proposed. The Korean war has been costing the U. S. Treasury about five billion dollars a year. But a truce won't save it anywhere near that amount. The military forces will stay right there for some. time. The chief saving will be in the cost of ammunition now being fired and in aviation gasoline and supplies for ;he air sorties now being flown. Billion Savings Some estimate this saving might Amount to around one billion dollars n the next six months—a billion ;hat the Treasury would be glad ,o save in that period when it will 36 facing a climbing deficit that hreatens to bump against the legal ipbt ceiling of 275 billion dollars. But after a cease-fire the United States will go on training South Korea's army and plans to spend money on restoring the country's civilian economy. And military preparations elsewhere won't change much. That the military will go right m spending large sums of money s shown by action in Congress, vhich is now busily getting up another 34'i billion dollars for the irmed forces to add to the billions hey have on hand from previous appropriations. _ , , "'"•" <-»•« ciausnters. They had their Businessmen are already alerted iitti e squahb , es generally over pos- o a slowdown and stretch-out in | session. I'm Maying with Joan now, Fontaine Sisters Let Chilhood Spats Grow By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD Wi-"Really, our family is very affectionate., I think our so-called squabbles have been exaggerated." Speaking was Lillian Fontaine, mother of the fabulous, feuding sisters. Olivia De Havilland and Joan Fontaine. Although the two sisters are.again on speaking terms —(or the present at least—they have had then- tussles, both in private and public. The most famous public spat came wlien Olivia won her Oscar for "To Each Her Own" in 1947. Joan was backstage at the Shrine Auditorium, having- presented an award as a past winner. She stepped up to Olivia and started to congratulate her as she came off stage. The Spat "How can you speak to me when you know how I feel!" snapped Olivia, and Joan tied in tears. The girls didn't speak again until last year, when Olivia shed her husband, Marcus Goodrich, He, Incidentally, was reported to be one of the girls' points of contention. Mrs. Fontaine is a friendly, energetic woman, and you can see where her daughters • got their beauty and vitality. I asked if the Academy incident alarmed her. "Not at fiist," she replied. "I thought it was just one of those involuntary, impulsive things that people do in times of excitement. When I rean the newspaper accounts of the affair, I began to think it had grown to larger proportions. think the girls' differences have never been as bad as they appear to be in print. I also think the differences are deepened because of the fact that so much is made of them in the papers. Then it becomes more of a matter of pride not to get back together." Did the girls also fight as youngsters? !ertninly," the mother replied. "But no more so than any family, with two daughters. They had their military spending and are making heir plans accordingly. They expect a Korean peace to make little difference. and I see her two girls doing the same things all over again. 'This toy is mine!' 'No, it isn't!' That sort of thing." The elder artress ts visiting here *.,i, i-iui-i uiueas LS visaing nere Read Courier News Classified Ads briefly from her home in Saratoga, **~«*. x, ^ tm^, a. , CUTS CRASS—AND WORK—'Round and 'round goes the lawn mower while Bobby Dixon sits in the sun reading his magazine. His summer job of keeping the grass cut on the Lewis farm at Brooksville, Fla., means little work for him. A rope, attached to the front of the power mower, winds around a central stake and pulls the machine closer and closer in a spiral path. About 5.000.000 gallons of paint used annually to mark streets and highways of the United States for traffic. For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver Call In 2043 Come In 1044 Chick. VETCH New crop vetch seed now being sold by Blytheville Soybean Corporation 1800 West Main, Blytheville, Ark. Check our competitive prices before you buy. Phone 6856-6857 Pre Cut and Panelized Ready to Build Save Thousands of Dollars! Erect this home in 2 days with the help of a few friends. AH material No. 2 or hetler Yellow Pine. Exterior walls fabricated with sheathing, builders felt and asbestos shingles applied, windows installed, weathers)ripping, interior partitions assembled, all lumber marked for easy erection. Move in immediately — finish home at your leisure. List of material for this economy home is as follows: Floor Framing and Floring, Walls — Partitions — Gables, Roof & ceiling framing — assembled trusses, Exterior and interior trim, Asbestos Siding (factory applied), Asphalt roof shingles, Windows — weatherstripped and hung in frames, Flush exterior doors — hardware applied, Flush interior doors — hardware applied,' This material is furnished by one of the world's largest manufacturers of pre-cut homes. Also one and two bedroom homes priced proportionally. Send one dollar (51.00) today for plans and material lists. BUILDERS ORDERS SOLICITED Address all inquiries to LUMBER FABRICATORS, INC. Economy Department 13 Fort Payne, Alabama near Sari Jose, Calif. She Is playing a role in "The Bigamist," which her son-in-law, Collier Young is producing. Joan Is also in the film, and It is her mother's first picture since "Ivy." I asked if she started acting be- ore her daughters. "Oh, yes," she laughed. "I'm t'\e only one In the family who ever ,ook any dramatic lessons. I did iome things in musicals in Ene- and, but let's not talk about that. "When we came to Hollywood, I nanaged my daughters' careers. arranged Olivia's first contract. had been going out on the road do readings—you know, taking ill the parts In a play and all hat. I realized that I had become pretty Mammy, so I decided to take iome more lessons. "I studied vmaer Maria Ouspen- ikaya and did plays at the Actors' jab and Pasnaena Playhouse. That kind of training Drought me back own to earth. Then a part came IP in 'The Lost Weekend," calling or a new kind of face. I managed land the part, and I did about The Army Way PORTSMOUTH, Ohio iff) — \Vil- lam L. Shaffer of West Portsmouth ioesn't like army life. He has gone absent without leave even time's. On the fifth time he alsely confessed murdering a doc- or to escape being returned. This' veek. on his latest arrest, he asked Sheriff Burl Justice to charge him vith carrying a concealed weapon. But the sheriff found only a pock- t knife on Shaffer, who reluctant- y calls Camp Breckenridge, Ky., lis base. He'll go back today. 14 pictures lifter that." In recent years, she has been living in Northern California and putting on plays in the adult edu- cation program at Loe Oatoi. Sh« will return to her work ther» and her husband, a former bualneaj man who has been ailing. Bus Wheel Suit Brings $24,000 LOS ANGELES «P)-A lawsuit in which it was alleged a bus wheel rested eight, minutes on a 9-year-1 old girl's foot was settled this week for $24,000. 1 Mrs. Laura A. Pogue, widowed mother of Karen Pogue, hod sued the Los Angeles Transit Lines for $350,000. The complaint said the bus struck the girl Oct. 13, 1951. and the driver, Mrs. Forrestine G. Long, said company rules forbade her to move the bus until a company supervisor arrived. Two of the child's toes had to be amputated. Tot Takes Ride, Sits on Bumper LITTLETON. Colo. (!?}— Red light flashing and siren screaming State Patrolman Kenneth Thomason chased a pickup truck for two miles fiouth of here one night this week. When he finally halted Mrs. Albert Lynes. the Lynes' 3-year-old daughter. Mary Margaret, climbed from the front bumper of the truck and greeted her parents. Thomason said the tot evidently had ridden on the front of the truck for 10 miles at speeds between 45 and 50 m.p.li. The parents thought the girl was home in bed. FIRE AUTOMOTIVE, LIABILITY INSURANCE LET US INSURE YOUR HOME, FURNITURE OR AUTOMOBILE WE INSURE LONG-HAUL TRUCKS and TAXIS LONNIE BOYDSTON BlyHieville, Ark. Phone 3331 Office in Martin's Mens Store Dive-Bombing Owl Gobbles 286 Chickt BUEWNGTON, Vt. {&— And Bl« wise old owl ate chicken. This owl had a wing epread of four feet ,twb inches and he cra-sh-dived through a window in the Fanny Allen Hospital chicken house and killed 288 six-week-old chicks. When WiUiam Ashey, poultry specialist nt the hospital farm, opened the door the owl picked him for a target. However, the owl lost the decision. Ashey managed to break the bird's neck with a broom. HEATING equipmenf TRdDE-IN TRADE-ID TMDE-IK on your old hsqfing appliance with purchase of automatic NEW (jJenwn FURNACE WALL HEATER (IIMITED TIMI) DOWN PAYMENT 3 5 months to W Halsell & White Furniture Company 113 S. Division Phone 6096 NOW IN FOR IMMEDIAT CO 71 - Ja 12- 1 Carrier Air Conditioners Yes, we are stocked to serve the air conditioning needs of your office, store or home. The new CARRIER WEATHER- MAKER is the last word in air conditioning comfort. Not only does the CARRIER WEATHERMAKER cool your home these hot days, it will heat your home come the cool days. Yes, it heals and it cools at a little more than the cost of heating alone. Just dial 8181, that's all it takes to bring one of our friendly service engineers lo talk over your air conditioning needs with you. • j m, cmd- CITY ELECTRIC CO. "Serr/ng Northeast Arkansas & Southeast Missouri" 109 South 5th Phone 8181

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