The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1952 · Page 3
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December 16, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, DEC, 16, 1952 .BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' Red Scientist Play it Safe And Communists Whine By JAMES MARI.OW WASHINGTON W>—The Russian Communists are whining because :helr own scientists, whom they :errorlzed Into conformity, are try- rig to play It safe by saying nothing which might get them Into trouble. The Soviet Journal—proceedings of the Academy 'of Sciences of the USSR, Division ot Economics and Law—said not long ago about discussions among scientists: "We often take more care that In them there are no mistaken or controversial positions taken than they present new facts and new |uestions...,Many elements of piay- uig -safe were present In our work. '...Every manuscript had to BO through seven or eight reviewing levels before it was published." The result, the Journal said, was that (he work became so depersonalized that no one individual could be held responsible. Everybody ducked. _ The Kremlin will not permit scientific inquiry, criticisms or conclusions that contradict the party line. But, because the party line itself slil/ts, any worker in an Intellectual field finds himself In double jeopardy..No matter what he says to conform to the party line today, if the party line shifts next month he may get exile or worse for what he Enid today. Some Russian scientists, regarded as among the most brilliant in the world by scientists outside the Iron Curtain, have been disgraced, exiled or perhaps shot because the Kremlin found their work in conflict with party line or propaganda. The Kremlin's tcrrorizatlon of the scientists was most notoriously revealed 'in the field of genetics, the science of .heredity.-Its treatment of the outstanding Russian geneticists, whose Ideas didn't meet £*be party's needs, got the mosl The Kremlin decided Hint for Us purposes — to show that mankind could change 1 marvelously under the Soviet rband of communism'— 'the hereditary factors should be played down and the environmcnia played up. Communism, of course was th« new special environment. Over a period of a few years' — the whole effort readied a climax about 1949 — the leading Soviet geneticists' were disgraced or exiled or perhaps killed because of their emphasis on heredity and were replaced by men considered by leading scientists of the world to be charlatans who through phony scientific argument played up environment, derided heredity. , Radios Missing; Ike's Staff Asked For Their Return NEW YORK (fl>j — Members of President-elect Eisenhower's staff vere asked yesterday to examine :heir consciences concerning 52 missing portable radios. The sets were among 60 radios lent by Radio Corporation of America for use of the slaff on Eisenhower's special campaign train. A memorandum circulated today i»y James M. Lambie, Jr., business manager of the Eisenhower staff, said: "Sixty RCA portable radios .were lent to the Eisenhower special train staff by RCA. To date eight, of those radios have been returned, it is requested that the staff members concerned examine their effects and and consciences and drop off at the business office any product of such examination." Scout Training Helps Youth Save His Brother P1TTSBURQH (fl>(—The mother of 8-year-old Jerry Sabol. who saved his stepbrother frotn death by carbon monoxide fumes, gave credit to the youngster'.! Boy Scout training. Jerry's parents, were visiting neighbors when he arrived home last night to find the house filled with fumes. He searched vainly for hfe 16-year-old stepbrother, Jolin MacArthur. then hurried to the family garage where he found John PAGR THRES 1 CHICKEN .A LA QUEEN-Estelita, impressionistic dancer, dons this fanciful bc-fealhered costume for the feature dance she will perform in her forthcoming picture, "Tropic Zone." Estelita's dancing has warmed the hearts of those who have seen her perform in Hollywood, NOTICE Or BALE OF BONDS Notice Is hereby given that the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, will sell *t a public sale to the highest, bidder for cash on Issue of $125,000 of refunding and Improvement bonds dated u~ of August 1, 1952, and maturing serially on August 1 of each year as follows: $3000 !iri953, 1951 and 1955 2500 in 19M and 1957 3000 In 1958 and 1959 4000 In I960, 1961 and 1962 • 3500 in 18C3 and 1964 WOO in 1965, 196S and 1967 4500 in 1968 and 1969 5000 In 1970, 1971 and 1972 6500 In 1913 and 1974 6000 In 1975 and 1976 6500 in 1977 and 1978 7000 In 1979 and 1980 The Issuance of these bonds will depend upon their being approved by the electors of Blytheville at a special election to be held December 15, 1952. Bond] In the amount of $25.000 are being Issued for the purpose of refunding a like amount In 4?i% bonds issued under authority of Amendment No. 13 to the Constitution ot the State of Arkansas dated August 1, 1927, and maturing on August. 1 of each year as follows: $3000 In 1953. 1954 and 1955 1000 In 19fi6 2500 in 1058 500 in 1959 4000 In 1960. 1961 and 1962 These 4?;% bonds of August 1 1927, are' not callable for payment prior to maturity and it will be necessary to secure the consent of the holders of said bonds to exchange their present bonds for re- Corn Makes Snow : CENTRALIA, III. (fl')—Oallatih County corn growers were surprised when they learned much of then- white corn was being used as snow in movies. Many had believed all their corn was going Into breakfast cereals. Corn-snow is also used to create winter scenes in August for furriers' store windows. Read Courier News Classified Ads. slumped In an auto. Jerry opened the garage doors and ran to a neighbor's home for help. John ifi recovering. funding bonds of like interest rate and like maturity, and the sale will be conditioned upon the buyer's ability to effect this exchange, Bonds,in the amount of $100,000 .comprising the remainder of the above . described issue, are being issued under authority ol said Amendment No. 13 for the purpose of acquiring additional land for the municipal airporl, and will bear Interest at a rate not to exceed 3Vt% per annum. • The'bonds, will be payable from the revenues derived from a tax of 1.8 mills upon all taxable property In the City, which will continue until all the bands and Interest are paid. The total assessed valuation of the taxable property, according to the last nss6ssment of record i Is $5,567.373. The buyer may have tlie privilege of naming (he trustee and place of payment for the, entire Issue and may convert th* (100,000 In new bonds to'bonds tearing a lower rate of Interest,. upon sucli terms lhat the city will receive no less and pay no more than it .would receive and pay If the bonds were not converted. The buyer will be expected to pay the expenses of the issue, Including the printing and trusteeing of the bonds nnci the fee of Townsend & ToH'iiwnd,. Attorneys, upon whose opinion the bonds will be Issued.-Hie bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity In Inverse numerical order at |>ar and accrued interest, as follows: From surplus revenues derived from the 1.8 mill lax, from surplus funds derived from the bond sale, or from any funds derived from operation-of the Blythe- vlllo airport, on any interest paying date: fronv^ funds from any source, on any Interest paying date on and after February 1, 1958. The bonds will be sold upon auc tlon bids at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on' the 23 day of December, 1952, In the office of the Mayor In the City Hall of the City of Blytheville. Each bidder will ba required to deposit a certified check In the sum of $2500, drawn on a bank that is a member of the F1MC and payable- to the City, to bo retained as liquidated damages In tilt event he Is awarded the sale 'of the bonds but refuses to complete the purchase. The checks of unsuccessful bidders win be returned promptly and no Interest will be paid on good faith checks. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information address the undersigned. Given this 1st day of December 1952. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS. By Dan Blodgett. Mayor, And W. 1. Malln, city Clerk. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, .Chldtt. sauha District, Mississippi Gowttr. Arkansas. George \Y. Beerie, PUf. vs. No. VtfH Ollie Mae Beene, DU. 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