AY, OCT. M, MM Science Assists Industry In Both Speed, Slowness '(ARK.)' COURIER KKW8 By BAM DAWSON NEW YORK f* — Bclenc« U jiving industry »n assist in con- •Idtring both the fields of speed and alownew. New device* art offered today ttiat m»y: ' Let the Industrialist "tee the In- hirty-Three Boys Rece/Ve' Ff A Degrees '.KANSAS CITY Ifi _ Thirty- three youths from Arkansas, Kan- Ms, Missouri and Oklahoma rece(v- ed the American farmer Degree at' the Future Farmers 6[ America convention yesterday. The award literally marks - boy as one in a thousand. the . Only one out of every thousand IT A members .Is eligible to receive the degree each year — and then only lor achievements In his supervised farming program, 'rural leadership *nd citizenship, Total number of awards to be made this year Is 316. Thnea from Arkansas wer»: Wll• liam Oliver Neal, Paris. Clarence W. Perskins, Conway. Frank E. Reed, -Hlndsville, Ernest D. Smith, Watson. - ' ' *" Petition Contests Dorm Election At Arkansas U. FAYETTEVILLE • (XR— A petition -ikijs .being circulated at the Univers- fTity of Arkansas to declare the election void . in which George Howard, " •visible" — such at the knock In a car engine. Let the manufacturer apply an electric brake in five one-thousandth of a second. And (just possibly; let you "see an earthquike coming',' — before it tumbles your building on your head. . Man's conquest of the invisible got a boost wllh the announcement of a motion picture camera which operates at speeds up to one one- hundred-thousandth of a second. Taster onfs have been contrived but for Industrial purposes this one built at Balelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, is most feasible, according to Dr. Clyde Williams, director. It is being used to study the causes of engine knocks, which occur at speeds ranging from 3.000 to, 4,800 miles an hour. Camera Big Help The camera, operating 4,000 times -faster than the box-type Brownie, lakes a series o( pictures of ultra high-speed events. Later the series is projected at speeds the human eye can follow, thus giving a slow-motion view of the so-called invisible. Dr. Williams says the device could aiso be used in such lieias ss ballistics, tie-engine operation, metal-cutling, and high-speed machinery. .The new electronic controller, built by the Warner Eleclr.'c Brake 4 Clutch.Co., Belolt, Wis., is being used now for secret defense projects. The company says the device can actuate an electric brake 80 per cent faster than any former control. , Steven. P. J. Woodf' executive vice-president of the firm, says: "Us remote control and emergency attlon should prove Invaluable in . rge owar, . " y - wiu * t onuuiu pujvu jnvaiuaoie in Pins v Bluff Negro, was . elected I ntomic research programs, to min- presldent of Lloyd Halls, "a ment dormitory. ^e Arkansa's Traveler, student newspaper', quotes Gene Webb, a law student from Monette. Ark,, vvho Is circulating the petition AS saying the petition would have been circulated ' whether Howard ha* been' elected or not. ' Webb contends, the paper said, that the council at the dormitory eried in deciding after the polls closed that a plurality would elect the officers. Howard, first Negro elected to such a post at the university, had a plurality, not a majority. . ' . : ' Webb's petition, »micr> so far has picked up 83 of'the'100 names needed for submission to the student court asks that the .runoff election be held-between-the two- top candidates for each office,-. Imize radiation danger, and to provide the required extremely fast stop's in precision operation." A pi-evue of earthquakes Is the hoped for — but not predicted aim of an experiment in an abandoned tunnel in the San Gabriel mountains northeast of Glendora Calif. A sensitive instrument — a secular linear strain seismograph — will ba built in the tunnel this fall by the seismological laboratory of the California Institute of Technology. Scientists hope to see if '°ng-t|ym strains in the earth's irust can be measured by the de- 'ice. Divorcee Drowns Baby in Bath Tub to Win a 'New Interest' PAGE A11AWTA (*) — A k-ye«r-oW Atlanta, divorce*, police laid, drowned her baby boy in a bathtub to In- cre*a« her chances of winning the affection* oi a "new heart interest," ..-..., Detectives H. r. Brown and W. E. .Petty. today aald Mr§. Emylle Briic* arrested a week ago after her 22-month-old son Tommy was found noatln» In a bathtub, told officers:' • . ' "I knew that no man wanted,another man's children. He'd rather have his own." The officers told this story: Mrs. Bruce, former federal government secretary, became Infatuated with an attorney who defended her second husband last August on car theft charges. She admitted in a statement which 6he typed out herself that she choked the boy, put him In a bathtub nnd then sat on him. "fie spilled fingernail polish an$ Britain Sends Note Rejecting Iran Demand LONDON W/—Britain sent off a note to Iran ^yesterday rejecting Premier Mohammed Mossadegh's terms for settling the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute, official sources said. Tiie gold funerary mask of King Tut-Ankh-Amen is in the Egyptian Museum at Cairo. remover on furniture. ... He erled and whined ... h* got on my nerve*," she said. Mrs, Bruce it held on a murder charge. Brazil Doctors Go on Strike RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (f, — Two thousand doctors employed by the government in 100 local hospl- Children's SHOES EXPERTLY REPAIRED H-fl LTCRS UflUTY SHO€ SHOP 1*1 W, M fl I M ST. Churchill Delays A-Bomb Report LONDON <*) — Prime Minister !*- Churchill postponed yesterday Boss'Winds Up In Pound; City Officers Blamed MIAMI, Fla.wj — BOSS, a sad- syed bloodhound owned by the sheriff's office, turned up in the city pound five days after he'apparent- unurcnm postponed yesterday an i v dl«nnV»rprt H, • -wj-c'.'v expected statement to the House of V'' i^? *"£«,;,.T^SilS '. Commons on Britain's atomic test explosion 12 days ago.- ' • He had been asked for the statement by Sir Ian Praser, a Conservative member. The test took place In the remote Monte Bello Islands off the coast of Australia on Oct. 3. "I intend to furnish the House with the Information which I think is desirable alter the experts have returned from, Auv'-ralla and I have had an opportun. ,y of conversing with them." nviiirfhili 1^1,4 n,™ _with themi 'House. . Churphtll told the City officials replied that, wasn't so. A woman reported a Fick do? out near the city limits and they picked him up. 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