Idaho State Journal, March 21, 1955

Idaho State Journal

March 21, 1955

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Idaho State Journal (Newspaper) - March 21, 1955, Pocatello, Idaho Lady, Get Your Feef on Ground Lei's Get Together Playing Toesiea Tilil Proper Way a foot specialist said In Chicago, arc virtually walk- ing on air. Only about 30 per-cent of the surface of the female fool is used in walking, he the Midwest Chiropody Conference in the Morrison hotel. That fact, said Charles Tur- chin of Washington, is respon- sible for much of their pedie complainrs. Usually, he said, the shoes are blamed and a dull-looking "health shoe" Is recommend- ed. "The fault Is In (lie foot bal- Turchln said. that is corrected, a woman can wear any kind of fashionable Mgh- heel shoes with comfort." Turchln also said that no two people have the same gait but the foot position that sees the toes turned slightly outward the best for foot health. Warmer Increasing cloudiness tonight, be- coming mostly cloudy with sonic snow and wind tomorrow. Rising temperatures. Low tonight 20, high tomorrow 40. High yesterday low this morning 12. IDAHO STATE JOURNAL 14 PAGES VOL. LIV, NO. 4 POCATELLO, IDAHO, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1955 FIVE CENTS Today's Chuckle When a woman It young iht to old. When old ihe want! to young. But most of her life ihe juit waatf, period. Chinese Refuse To Go After Aruba's Fuel HELSINKI, Finland UP Red China has refused to sond another tanker to pick up Hie Fin- nish vessel Aruhn's disrupted jet fuel cargo, informed shipping sources said today. Peiping reacted "very nega- tively" to the proposal for fear that Chinese Nationalist warships already lying iti wait for the Ar- nba would capture the relief vessel these sources said. The Aruba's crew in a new statement from the Finnish Sea- men's Union stood by its refusal to sail any farther toward Red China than the Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal northwest of Singapore. With the crew standing pat and the Communists refusing to come after the fuel, shipping sources said the Aruba probably would have to return to Red Romania and hand track its cargo. Yesterday, it was reported the Aruba might pump the fuel over its side into another tanker if the Communists would send one. Weather Holds Key To Next Atom Test LAS VEGAS, Nov., (UP) Atomic Energy Commission spe- cialists, hopeful that the first day of spring would eliminate adverse w c a t h e r conditions, scheduled another briefing today in hopes they could give the green Ifght to a 500-foot tower nuclear detonation tomorrow. f f I c i a 1 s said, however, a smaller device was ready for de- tonation should the big shot have to be postponed once more. It was scheduled to blow up more than a week has been postponed because of radiation fallout danger. Late Flashes Second baseman Ernie Schucr- nian has signed to play with the Pocalello Bannocks for his sixth season. WASHINGTON (UP) House Democratic farm lenders decid- ed today to put off until mid- April a showdown in the House on legislation to restore high farm price supports. Plane Crashes in Missouri, Perish, 23 Suffer Hurts PROBABLY IN APRIL British Are Certain Winnie Will Retire LONDON call by a top U.S. senator for a Big Four meeting fits in perfectly w' Prime Minister Winston Churchill's one last ambition to end Ihe cold war although his retirement was taken for granted today by .he British press. Informed sources said an actual meeting with the top Soviet lend- ers would not change his reported plans for retirement since he could turn from the role of prime min- ister to that of elder statesman. Churchill addresses the House of Commons Tuesday and may give hint about his retirement dale. Bill as far as the press was con- cerned the whether hi: only question was chosen successor, Anthony Eden, would call genera: elections this June or hold off until Fall. Predictions were that Churchill would tell the Queen of his rclire- ment plans when lie holds a dinner for her al No. 10 Downing Street on April 4. Parliament adjourns for spring recess April 7 and Churchill leaves for Sicily April 9 for his first vacation in IB months. The 80-year-old Prime Minister, who has sat in the House of Com- mons for more than half a century, is to answer questions in the JJouse All a Mistake NEW YOHK Jones, i buxom model who claimed her figure was used with Ihe face of 'r'ic'id Jane Russell lo advertise the pic- jturc lias admitted it was all a mistake. County Education Office To Close Shop in June The Bannock- county board education office will go out of ex istonce .lune Tuesday on his approaches Jast year to Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov on top-level East-West talks, and on his plans for new moves lo get such lalks going. Churchill can, if he chooses, give the clue then to his retire- ment plans. Chances were he would not, but would wait to tell liie Queen first. In his many years on the Con- servative front bench Churchill has long since learned how lo keep from saying any more than he wants lo. Soap Box Racer After Car Crash Dale Secgrist, 13, 3315 Pole Line, was in serious condition today suf- fering from a skull fracture, brok- en leg .ind internal injuries re- ceived when a car crashed into his soap box racer near his home last night. A student at Lewis and Clark school, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amiel L. Scuyrist, The youth was still in a mild coma today and had lost quite a bit of blood, his doctor reported. X-rays were being taken this morn- ing to determine extent of his head and internal injuries Dale was riding south on Pole Line in his soap box" wagon, lay- ing on the racer and pushing it with his feet, when It was struck by a car driven by Mrs. Ruth Louis Carter, 33, 232 North Grant, about 7 p.m., Police Officers H. I. Moldenhauer and Paul H. Todd reported. They said the car skidded 359 feet jefore crashing into the wagon, splintering it and throwing the boy to the side of the road. Mrs, Carter was charged with negligent driv- Indo's Premier Gets Ultimatum BULLETIN SAIGON, Indochina, (UP) American-bached Premier Ngo Dinh Diem angrily rejected nn ultimatum today from a coalition of three powerful religious sects to reshuffle his government In five days of face a possible civil SAIGON, Indochina (UP) A coalition of three- powerful religi- ous sects issued an ultintiim to- lay to American-backed Premier Dinh Diem to reorganize his lays- or at sea over provisions of the law, Part of the racer and one of face the threat of civil and equipment it has on !Uic youth's shoos was found under to help R atum' education. The ultimatum delivered to Diem Bryan, told police he and Sccgris FACES KIDNAPING COUNT-Mrs. Pauline Schulze, former nurse, sobs as she leaves Baptist hospital in custody of officers. The Beaumont, Tex., mother of three boys will face charges of kidnaping a baby girl. (UP Telephoto.) House Group Cuts Interior's Budget themselves do llicin. without Dita1' most A. .said lie was co cerned over the loss of some organized schoo...................--. jiitv costs of the county board of 'llernP-v education. Il was designed lo push the reorganization of lhc unrcor- milslc Ranized districts, bul in reality, according to Lee Kawsoti. execu- tive secretary of Ihe county works as a detriment In i-cnrganiz- :elthcr ,hara Io furnlsh !llnsc .sm" ed districts without accomplishing Ihe iol) it was in'cnded to do. Inkom, Ihe only I'ocalello school board Chairman district in Hie county, would be mi able to sunporl tlic eoiinlv educa lion ohice That district could the services, particularly voca- raisc only tow aid the county .tional guidance. He added that the oilier--. S'iiOlico budget, Inkom THIS- board at its April 11 meeting will tee John Slalcy rc-imrtrd. "T lo provide for some within the The dis'oniinuanci' I he county iimits of its ti-bi budgft. l.i-esi- education drparlmrnt will menu a remindi-d that the distncl already loss of jobs for Fawsai. W.lliam Part of Ihe eoM of driver T. Nicholas. guidaiii'C and leslini; training at the high school, consultant, hi- wile Doroihy "uv '''el these services are im- Kicholas, elementary school con- portant and that some provision sultant. Wayne Xiclson. liobcrt should be made for continuance of Choatc and Charles Hancock, driv- .Nicholas said, ing training instructors at North1 Fawson said the new law repre- Marsh, Pocalello and Inkom. re- scuts a detriment to education. He spoctively. II would also result in added ( which died in lhc Ihe dissolving of the county board House, would have been a better of education. bill. II provided a procedure for Slaicy said the Inkom board was reorganizing the unreorganized dis.j in a quandary the law and tricls. has asked Alton B. .tones, slate The services of Ihe county office S'inerintcndent of public instruc-.wcre financed by a mill and a lion, to come here early next quarter tax. which month to reveiw the situation. j eliminated wilh Ihe Icrminalion ofi Fawson reported his office is also'that office. were-ridinr alonr the road in their ,1111111. im in inoir WASHINGTON (UP) The House Approprialions Committee slashed lorfay from funds President Eisenhower re- quested to run mosl of Ihe Interior Department starling .Inly 1. Us money bill, which also carried funds for several re- laled agencies, was cut 4.8 per cent below the (he The ultimatum was issued by I President had budgeted. The affected agencies got for similar functions dur- ing the currenl fiscal year. The bill, scnl to the floor for approval, earmarked for the Inlerior Dcparlment, bul this was only the first inslallment on necessary funds. Money for Ihe demanded he reorganize his cab- within five days terms compared with the budgcl requcsl. Related agencies like Ihe Agri- cullure Departments National For. cst Service would gel under the bill. This represented an increase SGnfi.fiiiO above bud- get requcsls, reducing Ihe com- mitlec's overall cul to The committee also chopped out of in con- struction funds sought by the Bu- reau of Indian Affairs. Here, loo, the committee said, "unobligated funds" were available. The commillee approved the full asked by the ecl lllc vclllclcs out ol Giant Craft Misses Approach to Field SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UP) An American Airlines jlane with 35 persons aboard crashed into a muddy field near the Springfield Airport during a light drizzle Sunday light. Twelve persons were killed and 23 others were, in- jured, many of them seriously. The plane, flight 71 out of New- ark, N.J., bound for Tulsa, Okln., crashed as It was coming In for a anding at Springfield. One of the survivors, B. H. Mayes of Gushing, Okla., said there was no warning whatsoever of an Im- pending crash. The plane plowed into a muddy, open field about a mile north of .he airport. One.witness reported a flash of light at the time of the crash, hut the wreckage did not burn. SCREAMS FROM INJURED Mrs. Lloyd Blankcnship, who lives nearby, said she and her hus- band "heard screams for help anc my husband ran to the Persons living in the area not if led police Convalr .had crashed. Ambulances were russet to the scene, bul bogged down In (he mud. Some of the Injured had lo be carried a half-mile through ankle-deep mud to be loaded on the ambulances and taken to hospitals. Bob Tubcrt, newsman for a Springfield radio stalion, said he satv 12 bodies near the wreckage. "I carried two of lhc Injured about a half-mile lo ambulances, nnc of them a two-year-old Tubcrt said. "He appeared lo he badly hurl." Tubert said Ihe slewardess, Kila Madha, and First Officer J. E. tValkcr, both of Chicago, were unong those killed inslanlly In lhc crash. The pilol, Cnpl. .lack Priplsh of Chicago, was pulled from llic vreckago "In crilical Tubcrt said. 1AMMEI) IN COCKPIT The pilot and co-pilol, the news- man said, were wedged into the cockpit aflcr Ihe crash and had to >e pried free. The stewardess' )ody was found behind partition t the rear of lhc plane. The main body of the plane didn't ireak up, Tubert said. Bul the nglncs were torn loose and (lie vings sheared off. "There was wreckage and bodies ;cntlcrcd over about 400 he aid. The pilot, then slill alive, didn'l ay a word as Tubcrl and others lo free him, "but after we ot him clear, he broke down and yelling and screaming. lie usl have been in inlensc pain." The injured had lo be carried lo ;e ambulances; Ihcn volunleers ISCongressmen Hail Success Of Atomic Sub OROTON, Conn, (ifp) Tht Joint Congressional Atomic Ener- gy Commission Mid today the "very high speeds and unlimited endurance" of the atomic-powcrad submarine Nautilus tnstk the be- ginning of new approach warfare. The statement was lusutd 13 members of the committee com- pleted a 20-hour cruise aboard tot Nautilus. They were the .first Jay. men ever pcrmlllcd aboard the croft. "We are enthusiastic about her the committee said. 'We were Impressed with the fun- lamental simplicity of conlrols of he nuclear reactor and with the very high speeds Ihe Nautilus can maintain for unlimited time under sustained operating conditions. "Those very high speeds and un- limited endurance arc possible only through tile use of nuclear fuel. The Nautilus Is the only submarine that can completely circle the globe at full speed submerged." The success of Ihe Nautilus, the committee said, "marks the be- ginning of a new approach to naval warfare, and Indeed the ultimata replacement of conventionally driven submarines and surface ships by one driven by atomic energy." ment lo continue its research into' tholes and Ihe ambulances rushed Bureau of Reclamation, and possibility of developing a low- approved by Ihe three seels or'lhe Bonneville. Southeastern and' method of geltini; fresh water uctioii at Inkom. roan 10 repair ins. neani hostility plunge Southwestern With the death of thai districts in the county will lo sco "lc accident. Seegrist was taken to the hos- SOJIH' of the injured to Springfield Baptist Hospital, olhcrs to SI. adminislra-i fram salt water in sufficient quail- later lilic's for municipal, industrial and; jsRriciilltiral use. j John's and still olhcrs lo 13 urge where his parents stayed if last nis'ht. returning this morning to resume their Lull in Orient AngryVolcano Again Erupts PAHOA, HAWAII, (UP) volcano Kilauca erupted again last night, sending fiery red and "luge boulders as high as 1000 feet in the air. The newest outbreak of volcanic acilivty laid a thick volcanic haze of smoke and ash along the entire 1100 mile long Hawaiian Island chain. Mount Kilauea has bei live for the past 21 days. :en ac- The eruption sent a 2200 foot wide river of lava cascading down a slope toward Ihe sea. By night- fall, the lava had moved three 1 miles through tropical jungle and soap box racers, that he had pulled of llu- road to repair his, heard ''iml "P strife.itious will be included 7'lic tliree religions sects hill. i coalition on March 5 and an- The pending measure covered Agriculture's Forest Service had' lunincott they would try lo form such agencies as the Fish andlits appropriation increased from! i new anti-Communist govern-' Wildlife Service, the Bureau of j to .Most of! TAIPEI, Formosa (UP) -Mili., pa.Hureland and was less 'than a jment. The sects claimed to hold Indian Affairs, the Park; the boost was earmarked for fire lary sources said today there had'mile from plunging into the sea. ithcrn part Service and the Bureau of Land, protection and efforts lo control j been an "absolute lull" along Ihe. Peter Pakele, deputy civil de- ;.Management The white pine blister rust. 'Chimi coasl for the pasl 48 hours, fensc director on Hawaii Island, Ihe flow was not endangering any homes or cultivated land. However, he said another cone (hat spouted inlcrmiltently week came back (o life about noon yesterday and started a flow of its Spring Arrives, But Winter Sf'sll Hangs On Wo rohlicd. The first day of spring came today but tile temperatures av- eraged ]fi degrees below normal. And the forecast was for snow showers, continued cloudiness and gusty winds tonight and to- morrow. I.ow this morning was 12 de- grees after a high yesterday of 20. The high today should reach 32 and temperatures may rise silently tomorrow. Ihe area would be basking in a mild 40 degrees this afternoon also be: if Ihe average high temperatures ialmost all of the free Viet Nam. her of Three to Face Kidnap Charge BEAUMONT, TPX. (UP) A ton that she gave birth to thcjlal practical nurse and mother even though a doctor who 'throe boys who abducted from her hrwpital attendants .said Carolyn Sueikidnapcd the Wharton infant. crib her said that wasn't was "doing fine." The infant was not taken from Mrs. Mays was on duty in the nursery Saturday, 30 minutes after Mrs. Schulze until Ihe baby's wns bnrn: whc" Carolyn Sue. a healthy, fl........ woman wearing a nurse s uniform eyed little girl, was placed yeslcr- prints, taken al bi day 211-year-old Texas Baplist Hospital at after her birth will be charged with kidnaping today if her hys- teria subsides. 1.11- cm -IIIU MJIMIJI-l, .t.u.J The baby. Carolyn Sue. Wharton. Wharton, for Ihe first was found well and unharmed yes- Unlii npr husband handed her! Schulze was brought tenlay by police who newspaper after the baby was 'Anderson by ambulance. re- own which may ruin some sugar cane fields If it continues. Injury Ends Life Of Boise Woman Marie ;Tox. The accused woman has insisted birth of her third child. arms of her pretty, i said she would mother. Mrs. been rushed from for g {m. !causc Mrs. Mays was wanted in BOISE Mrs. Anna Louise ln Ihe hospital office. Bunion, 72, died in a Boise hospital Mrs. Mays, when she realized yesterday of injuries she suffered when she and her husband struck by an automobile Saturday traced Ihe kidnaper, Mrs. Pauline ,afo agajn Wharton had been She was carrion into Kasl Texas she had been tricked, rushed back Schulze. 29. lo Houston, unaware of the Baptist Hospital, where she once lo the nursery. The kidnaper, ap- prevailed, and would be 27. early morning dramatic cvcnls surrounding lhc had .been employed while living parcntly snatching the firsi babyjnighl. in lieaumont for about nine years, she saw, had grabbed the Wharton wildly since she was lound with "It all seems like a dream." and was identified by Mrs. from Ihe crib nearest the tht infant ttrly yMlcrdty il Hous-lshc said today. Meanwhile, hosp'i- Mays, nurse, as the woman whojdoor and fled. The husband. Dr. Claude L. BUB. ten, has been dismissed (ram hospital. ;