The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1950 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 12, 1950
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^SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1050 Truman Names Glennan to AEC; Others Selected Advisory Committee Members Are Chosen To Fill Vaeoneie* , Aug. 12. (/R _ .-Jent Truman yesterday nominated T. Keith Glenn-in, Cleveland educator, «s a member of the Atomic Energy Commission. The 44-year-old president of Case Institute of Technology was named lo the vacancy on the five-member commission left by the resignation o' Lewis Straus last April. Mr Truman also named three new members to the AEC's general advisory committee. Their appointments »re not subject to Senate confirmation. The three »re: William Frank Ubby. professor of chemistry at the University of Illinois. Edgar V. Murphree, vice president in charge of research and development for the Standard Oil Development Co.. Summit, N.J. Walter O. Whitman, professor of chemical engineer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. They replace three members of the advisory committee whose two year terms were up. Under the procedure, members of this committee »fe asked to serve for only two years. Those replaced were Dr. Enrico Fermico, Dr. Glenn T. Seaborgh and Hartley Rove. Glennan directed the U.S. Navy underwater sound laboratory at New London, Conn., during the war "|1 later served »s an executive of "1& ^&s%% BLYTHEVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE GETS THE NOD—Thomas C Hennings of St. Louis relaxes in his home after gaining the nomination In th? Democratic primary' for u. S. senator from Missouri, ijjls opponent is President Tru• iSan's candidate, Emery w. Allison. Son's 'Hot-Rod' Death Adds Punch To Editor Father's Safety Campaign ST. LOUIS. Aug. 13. (.q>)_The Ferguson Town Talk, a suburban weekly newspaper, has been campaigning against "hot rod" drivers —reckless teen-agers In old Jalopies. The editor. William A. Hatcher, put feeling into It because he had a 15-year-old son, William. Jr. The son was visiting friends in Kansas City last week. On Saturday the editor received a letter from him: "I Just saw this week's paper, Dad. Congratulations on n bang- up Job. Don't let up on those hot rods." That day, William. Jr., and some of his Kansas City friends were out in a 1931 model car. It crashed Into a tree and William. a passenger, never regained consciousness. Thursday, the Town Talk went to press again. The front page carried nothing but two short paragraps. edged in black, pledging continued efforts to curb the hot rods. The rest was white space. The- story of the death ol the son was on page 10. Movie Writer Hellman Dies BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Aug. 12. M'j Sam Hellman, 65, mo lie' writer, short story author and ex- newspaperman, died yesterday at his home of coronary thrombosis. Hcllnian who HTote mosl 01 Shirley Temple's early pictures and also Will Rogers', had been retired since 1948. His last movie was 'White Tie and Tails." A native of San Francisco he was graduated in 190B from the University of California and then entered the newspaper business^ After working on a number of papers throughout the west and eist he became managing editor of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. He left newspapering (,) write short stones and became a regular the General Aniline and Film Co at BingrAmton," N.Y.. Before the war, - he was studio manager lor Paramount and Samuel Golilwyn studios In Hollywood. contributor to national magazines. He first came to Hollywood In 1921 to work for Paramount but left after a year to return lo Paris to write short stories. He came back In 1932 to KOI* at Paramount and Fox where he adapted "Little Miss Marker" which made Shirley Temple a child star. He was with Universal International when he retired. He is survived by his wife »nd two married daughters. Uncle Sam Lists Federal Employes WASHINGTON, Aug. 12. (/!>)—The federal government had 1,967.111 paid employes at the end of June, 34,955 less than at the start of the month,-the Civil Service Commission sold yesterday. Federal employment within the United States totaled 1,819,996, a decrease of 31.215 during the month. Huge Deep-Sea Search Planned COPENHAGEN (AP) — What is -cheduled to be the most comprehensive deep-sea exploration ever undertaken will be launched (ran Copenhagen in October. The corvette "Gaiathea" will sail on B two- year criss-crossing ot oceans wilh H scientists from Denmark, England. France, Sweden and the United Stales. Study of plant and fUh life alor.g the ocean floors Is the purpose. A trawl that will go as deep as six lo seven miles will be among the equipment. A fishing wire eight miles long will snag arre .specimens. The bacteria of the. deep and Ihe sounds fish make also will DC studied. A hollow non-magnetic bromc sphere, weighing about a ton, will carry instruments down to mea-v ure the earth's magnetism at various depths. Kennett Youth /s Charged In Shooting MARBLE HILL, Mo.. Aug. 13, </T) — .Joe Wallls of Kennett. 'J2, charged with shooting a grocer nrur l.ulcs- ville Wednesday iiluht in an excited moment while lunulng deer, was In the counly jail yesterday willi his bond fti at $10.000. He was chnrgi-d with felonious assault late Thursday and waived n preliminary hearing, The victim of the shooting. John YOUIU, 49. was severely wounded by two charges of buckshot, In (he shoulder and back, lie was dosing his store when the shots mm out of Hie dark. State highway patrolmen arresled Wallls later. Sgt. Percy Little quoted him as saying he saw Younl witli a liashliKlit, sol excited nnd flrctl. Wallis Is n University of Missouri student, tie was ramping near the YounL store., Civilians to Man Hospital Ships SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 12 M'J- Civilmn crews from (he Military Sea Transport will ,,,ati tne Nnva] hospital ships Denrvolcncc and Rc- poM!--iusicad of the Navy crews which served durlrij; World War The .Navy, however, will still operate the hospital sections ot the shlps-tiolh currently briutf rcron- ditionrd In San Francisco Bay area shipyards. They will be ready In a few days. MST said this precedent-breaking step of using civilian crews is Square Lips Aid Singers INDIANAPOLIS —M>j— Want to learn to sing? Then be a "square Upper," says William Ernest Ross, associate professor of voice at Indiana University. Form your lips into a .square, throw back your shoulders anrt burst Into song. "And don't be afraid to show your upper and lower front teeth, either, he says. Other pointers thrown out by the professor are: Don't smile when yon sing. You're more likely to yell than sing if you do. Don't sing with "lazy lips." If your lips are relaxed, they will tend to muffle your voice. ''£' CONVICTIil) - John Henry Grunt, 32-year-old avialioi, engineer, sils Impassively in ,-.iuii |n Santa Monica, Calif., after lie was convicted by a Jury of attnmin- ing lo kill his wile and two children who \\eie among jjass.^MKers on an airliner. He will be sentenced Sept, 5 and faces a penalty of one to 20 years on six counts. -MAP Wirephoto). Caveman Remains Found PISA, Italy (API— Truce.* of cave jnen who lireil 10,000 yrars ngo wen discovered in a cave near this fnnv cd town of the leaning tower. Twi skulls, some reindeer bonc.s, piece, ot earllienware vases and points of spears characteristic of that Dei Sod. were found. Toddler Pushes Pup in Well; Rescue Crew Reunites Two FORT SMITH, Ark.. Aug. 12.+ tAP> — iwo-ycar-old Clinton Lewis (Shorty) Jtof-ers and his six-wccks- old puppy have been reunited It look a crew of grownups working the T- 8t b '' cakl " 1<:k s l )ec(l to <l° The pup ana Shorty were playing In Itwlr backyard last Monday afternoon. Their .scuffling led them hear the opening of a deep well at the back of llw yiml. Shorty's mother,'r^rs. Hersliel Uirry .said she started to call out p her son not to play loo close to he well wlwii sh e saw Shorty push the dog into the opening. "I was frantic," said Mrs. Curry. Ihe opening to the well Isn't, large enough for H child to fall in M I wnsnt worried about Shorty play- nig around [here." Mrs, Curry's father. Uw i s Crow . tier, called on neighbors to twlp them dig (he puppy out. They first thought the dug had fallen Into the 1 wn'.er at Ihe bottom of the well. They used grappling hooks but after two hour* of work—no uicceta "We realized then that Ihe Jog had fallen into all off-set about IS feet down; we started digging right then and there," exclaimed Crow- dcr. They dug feverishly for 23 hours. Lute Tuesday night they pulled Ihe pup out, The imp, named Lucky after his hair-raising experience, was hale and hearty when rescued. Shorty, of course, yas sorry He told his mother, after a spanking, that he'd never again push his Irlcnd down Ihe well. being taken "because it Is convenient to do H this way at this time." Bumping curbs or striking objects Is likely to jolt the front wheels ot an automobile out of line. DELICIOUS Knjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in ,iircon<lilicinc<lv comfort at the brand new Hiylheville Motor Grill. I Really GOOD Food . . . pre pared the way you like it Open Day & Night Except Sunday Blytheville Motor Grill Mrs. Marie Mehiirg, Mgr. Just North of Blytheville Motor Co. on Broadway More than 58.000.000 acres of land are under cultivation In Canada. ooonijyr, TO runny—Hospital Man Third class Joe Tenyer of Uis Angeles, Calif., hugs his two- year-old daughter. Christine, as he and other members of a Ma- rlni- Reserve unit reported at Uu Angle's for'nclivc duty The unit will go to C.'njip Pemllcton, near Ocennside. Calif., for further (mining. <A1' Wirephoto). Telephone boxes »nd »utomatl« stamp machines in England rcceiv* more than 70.000 foreign coins 01 slugs annually. DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL: 50 Any ordinary house 4) treated for termites We don'! have lo practice or experiment on your job—we have had 12 years uf experitnce. All our work is done according to regulations, our work in licensed by the Arkansas Stale Plant Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. 535 N. fith. i'hon* 2:?iO H. C. Riankenship. . .L. J. teller Call 608B Call 3579 One o/ the South's Finest Restaurants You'll enjoy dining out in one of the Sooth's Finest Restaurants. Since Mr. and Mrs. Bob fiofainctte came to the Rustic Inn, they have made several important changes in an effort to give you even better foods and service . . . foods you'll enjoy and service you'll appreciate, A new deep freeze has been added to the expansive kitchen . . , three different temperatures , . . making it possible for you to enjoy the finest in sea foods as they should be served. Such sea foods as live Maine Lobster, Haddock, Red Snapper, Filets of Sole, Crab, Pompano, Oysters in season and others are yours as you like them. You can enjoy a full course dinner at the Rustic Inn or a steak of finest beef, and you'll truly appreciate the prompt courteous service. , Come out Sunday to the official opening, inspect the modern kitchen and enjoy a "Sunday Dinner" you'll remember . , . you're sure to agree it's "one of the South's Finest Restaurants," RUSTIC INN WALNUT & DIVISION

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